World's oldest champagne auctioned for record-setting price

13:26, June 05, 2011      

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Champagne expert Richard Juhlin (L), Aaland government premier Viveka Eriksson (C) and auctioneer John Kapon from Acker Merrall &Condit display two champagne bottles dating from the early 1800s during an auction in Mariehamn, Finland. One of the bottles was auctionned for the record auction price of 30,000 euros (43,560 US dollars). (Xinhua/AFP Photo)

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