I have a vintage bottle of this. I'm not sure of the exact date but from the packaging materials it seems like it's from the late-70's.
Most of the top notes have faded completely. There are traces of citrus but are very faint and gives the fragrance that "eau de cologne" essence to it. The rest of the notes don't lie. Since this is now essentially all basenotes, you're hit with a floral musk (I caught a brief glimpse of a Guerlain, Heritage perhaps...). As you let it develop, it turns into a wonderfully rich and smooth, animalic vetiver. A fantastic step back into the past into the realm of perfumes that weren't afraid of themselves.