I don't know how to send a picture on the internet. The jug has two handles on the top, with light brown color on the top half of the handles, and there is the same color on the bottle top. The bottle cap is sort of sealed with tape or something, and it says "John Walker & Sons Kilmarnook" around the perimeter, and there is a crest showing two foxes sitting on their haunches, holding a shield with "W & S" on it. Under them is a sort of banner, with the word "GOLD" under the left hand fox and the word "BERRY" under thye right one.
On the top of the jug in big (1/2") print "THE GREYBEARD" and on the opposite side, "FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS SALE OR RE-USE OF THIS BOTTLE" (Since it was made in Scotland, I assume that means under Scottish law, not US)
The label is tan colored, with a dark blue sort of scroll "HEATHER DEW BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY PRODUCT OF SCOTLAND" Below the scroll "BLENDED AND BOTTLED BY MITCHELL BROTHERS LIMITED GLASGOW, SCOTLAND" Below that "IMPORTED BY FOREIGN VINTAGES INCORPORATED 30 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA NEW YORK , NY"
There is a hole in the label at that spot so that the middle letters of the word "incorporated" and the "NY" are missing.
There is another small label not vertical but at an angle of about 50 degrees; it says "DISTILLED IN SCOTLAND AND BOTTLED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM UNDER GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION"
On the back of the jug, there is a scene showing two men in kilts, sort of toasting each other, hills in the background and a holly wreath around the picture. There are three circles above the men -- the center one has the trademark , the letters M and B entwined; the left has some sort of symbol and foliage, the right, a thistle blossom.
On the bottom of the bottle is stamped "MADE IN SCOTLAND"