A bottle of unopened alcohol manufactured during the Soviet Union, presumably Moldova. The label is free of cracks and peeling. The lid has never been opened. The label is written in Russian, and was sold at the time of manufacturing for 8 Soviet Ruples.
Height is 6 inches, circumference is 6 inches.
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You are correct that this is Soviet Moldovian cognac; it was made by the state (Gosagroprom) sometime after 1985. While I've not found this exact bottle on sale (or having sold recently) at auction, bottles of comparable size and vintage bring about $50 at auction
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A vintage bottle of Soviet Moldovian cognac or brandy
approximately 40 years old, fourth quarter 20th Century
275 ml bottle
6 inches tall
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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