Thanks for the picture, Robo. That looks like the original one, but probably is just the juice formerly sold in the plastic bottle ? I wonder what the small print says. Mine has Brut Eau de Toilette ORIGINAL on the front. The crest on mine is pressed into the bottle (which looks like the 'Brut Original' in the BN directory, except the liquid now is yellow. On the back of my bottle it says: Parfums Fabergé, a Unilever brand. (plus the Unilever France and Brussels addresses, etc. plus a serial number). I bought that one from a regular perfume shop here, and I believe it's authentic. I therefore believe there could be two versions floating around, one under the original Fabergé license, and the other by 'Parf...Pres...?' (see bottle neck). The pyramid quoted for it is the same as the one shown in the directory for the original of 1964. £ 7.00 would be very cheap for a classic original. Off topic: the Perfume Shop have Blue Stratos too! :) It's the first men's cologne L.Turin has written about in Folio. BS was originally not sold in central Europe, I believe, because I had never heard about it before, nor seen the label.