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Thanks for the question! Generally White Hose whiskey doesn't enjoy a very lively secondary market and depending on the bottle condition (does the label show moisture? if not, that's good) and fill level (how filled is the bottle, it's a way of showing if air has gotten into the bottle and caused evaporation) these bottles from the 1960s and 1970s typically sell for $25 to $75 and it's still likely drinkable, though a bit unpredictable. Be aware of local laws that may limit the direct sale of even collectible spirits though!
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