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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    That looks great. I hope it grows on you. :thumbsup:

    It could well be from the tail end of the 1970s. That seems to have been a transitional period for Chanel packaging. Based on what I see here,...
  2. Re: One vintage that you can't (or would not want to) live without

    I did not see that coming. Have you stocked up?
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    Re: Strange vintage 1991 Kouros - thoughts?

    My guess is that the matte bottles require an extra step to give them that finish. Seems like the glass would turn out smooth by default. I don't think it's possible to obtain a glass bottle with...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I got one of these recently in what was sold as 70s vintage and I'm still adjusting to the razor-blade galbanum opening; it's really intense. I then had to get the EDC and am finding it friendlier...
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    Your eyes do not deceive you.


    https://i.imgur.com/NAvGvUH.jpg


    Kanebo has produced a number of fragrance lines for sale in drug stores and convenience stores. I believe Sexangle was one of...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Cool. I've been curious to try the edc. Several years ago I bought a splash bottle in a sealed box, and when I opened it up. . . nothing remained but a few ml of sludge. I didn't spend that much on...
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    Are we talking about the bottles themselves?



    Nor do I. I saw a chance to buy one of those labeled L'Egoiste, and ended up getting a good deal. At the time, I thought the L'Egoiste name was...
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    Eau de Caron (1980)


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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    It was the collector in me that wanted that bottle of L'Egoiste. And had the price reflected its rarity, I wouldn't even have bought it. Instead, it was probably the steal of the year.

    I've now...
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    I see. It's true that the "New York" editions from that period had batch codes that followed a different format (e.g. PL1). Of course, there may be some out there with 4-digit codes, but I don't...
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    I don't follow you. Why would that be?
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    I guess it could have been a regional thing. I have a bottle of L'Egoiste in an unopened box. I'll have a look and see if there's a batch code on it.
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    Once we get into the '90s, I'm on shakier ground. Well, it's all shaky, in a sense. But I feel like I have a better handle on things from the early '70s through late '80s,

    I have seen bar codes on...
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    Re: An Egoiste bottle from 1989 or 1997?

    I'm inclined to think '89, what with the lack of a green dot. But if it is from 1989, it makes me wonder just how early the name was changed from L'Egoiste to Egoiste.

    Does anyone know when Chanel...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Nice. I'm guessing that set you back a bit.
    Are these backups?
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    . . . . . .
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I hardly ever see atomizers like that (4-sided) that are still in good shape. The juice is usually very dark.
    Seems like you lucked out in more ways than one.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Ah. That was cryptic, wasn't it. I meant, how did those odd-looking bottles find their way into the catalog? I could be wrong, but I don't think the French-made fragrances were ever packaged in...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Vintage No.19 is my absolute favorite, as it happens. It's what got me started on the vintage Chanels, and is the reason I focused on the 1970s as a starting point; I wanted to get my hands on the...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    The font is not something I've really studied. I have noticed that the font on the early '70s stuff is slightly thinner than that which appears on packaging toward the end of the decade, but I...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I had to check, because I *thought* that's what it was called, but wanted to be sure.

    Some engineering type could still step in and say that, technically, it's something else. But until then. . ....
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Looks wonderful.
    1970 is about as far back as I go. The bottle in the pics looks to be significantly older than that.

    That second pic you uploaded is interesting. The faces of the bottle appear...
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    It's probably a power-of-suggestion thing, but I do feel a bit of the country club in it. It's the smell of casual good times. And old money. haha!

    I never developed even the slightest taste for...
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    Trophee Lancome


    https://i.imgur.com/c6QoSJI.jpg
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    Re: Identify this please :)

    All in good fun.

    Yes, it is a recent-ish edition of Dunhill for Men (1934). That much is known.
    Can we assume you don't have the item in your possession? If you do, there is other information you...
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    Re: Identify this please :)

    Ohhhhh. . . .



    You are a good man. :wink:

    And you got at what irked me about the post.

    I see one thing that might serve as a clue: The dotted "i" in "dunhill". In the current logo, the...
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    Re: Identify this please :)

    Well, no one else seemed willing to take it on.
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    Re: Identify this please :)

    dunhill for men
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    One that's been around the block a few times. :wink:
    Those old wax seals seem to crack fairly easily.

    The fill-level is what, erm, sealed the deal.
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    Re: Mystère de Rochas

    I had forgotten about that variation in naming. I would guess that, if anything, the 2nd edition is lighter on the oakmoss than "Mystère de Rochas".
    Just understand that "Mystère de Rochas" is the...
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    Re: Mystère de Rochas

    I know some say it is loaded with oakmoss, so I'm hoping for the best!

    It seems Mystère has gotten (more) expensive. Are you getting one with a parallelogram on the box? That's the stuff I'm...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    No.19 parfum (1980s)

    It's not the prettiest example I've seen, but the fill-level makes up for it.

    I noticed that the batch code makes up part of the longer code printed on the bottom of the...
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    ^^^ Good stuff. Nice, full bottle, too. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Chanel Pour Monsieur - vintage 400ml bottle

    No cause for concern that I can think of. What did you think it could mean?
    Based on what I've seen, the foil seals were long gone from Chanel packaging by the mid-1980s.



    I see what you're...
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    Re: Mystère de Rochas

    I am a big fan of Mystère. Magie Noire, as well. Magie Noire is the closest thing to Mystère that I know (I encountered the latter first).
    I wouldn't call Mystere an oakmoss bomb. It's there, but...
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    Re: Chanel Pour Monsieur - vintage 400ml bottle

    I'd say '80s. First clue is the EMB code on the bottom. And I'm thinking latter half of the decade, because the volume is a multiple of 50 (i.e. 50, 100, 200, 400). In the early '80s, I think Chanel...
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    Aqua Quorum (1994)


    It had been over three years since I wore this. I'm glad I held onto it, if only because there's nothing in my collection remotely like it. Right now, I'm kinda diggin' it....
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Thanks. I thought "cc" had been dropped at least a year or two before the EMB codes first came into use ('78-'79).
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I don't know how to answer, frankly. What are some scents you normally wear? I think it will be hard for people to give (useful) recommendations without knowing more about your tastes, for a start.
    ...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Your post the other day inspired me to wear Monsieur de Givenchy again. I get what you mean, describing it as playful. Chanel Pour Monsieur seems a bit conservative by comparison.

    I'm curious, is...
  41. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    TURBO

    Oops, I meant Lapidus Pour Homme.


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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    We'll see what happens. The bottle may finish me first.
    We're talking twenty-odd ml, so I'm probably good until 2022 at least!
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    Kouros

    This '85 bottle keeps gamely limping along. The nozzle "button" needs to be pulled back up manually after each press.
    So long as it doesn't quit on me, this could end up being the second...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I wondered about the "Ted".

    I think I know the difference you're talking about. "Dew" has a fricative aspect. There's a hint of "dz" in there.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    That never occurred to me. :laugh:
    Do you think we can trust the Google Translate pronunciation? https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=fr&tl=en&text=Ted%20Lapidus
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Lapidus Pour Homme (1987)


    We finally meet.
    Lapidus Pour Homme is a fragrance I had been curious to try since my days as a lurker here, but I'd sort of forgotten about because it rarely shows up...
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    Re: Your most worn June 2019

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    Ô de Lancôme by Lancôme
         4 wears





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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Another non-authority here, but I was thinking that the tint of that juice marked it as pre-reform! Looks to be in very good shape, if it is in fact the early stuff.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Thanks! The aesthetics are pretty blah, but it seems well-made. I wasn't aware until today that Lancome was once a division of Cosmair.

    I have a feeling that if you've spent any time with Magie...
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    Magie Noire by Lancome (1978)

    I took a chance on this, and I'm glad I did. Because it's the only one in the entire. world.
    Okay, surely not. But I wasn't able to find a single pic of another like...
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    Re: Dating a vintage Diorella

    It's definitely older than that (2014). Looks more like 1970s-era packaging to me.
    Did it come with a box? Where did you find the number (or alphanumeric code) you entered on checkfresh?
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    Re: On an ideal date

    I laughed hard at this.
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    Re: Monsieur de Givenchy

    You're welcome. My sense is that Givenchy stopped using the cc unit shortly before the "e" sign came into use.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Interesting. I don't believe I've seen Dune in EDP, only EDT and parfum. Makes sense that Dune would have gotten the EDP treatment.
    But I have seen Esprits de Parfum with the "30 avenue Hoche"...
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    Re: Monsieur de Givenchy

    Any Givenchy with the volume indicated in CC (see box) will be pretty old. I think you're looking at a bottle from the 1970s or earlier.
    That thing is huge. I have a 220ml splash bottle of Givenchy...
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    I can clear up one thing: It's not "pour homme".

    At one time, I did think the fragrance in your pics was "pour homme". Now, not only do I no longer think that's the case, I'm doubtful whether an...
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    Hmm. I had noticed a difference in how the text was laid out on the extrait packaging: Scent name inside the oval vs. outside the oval. But another way to look at it would be as you've described....
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    Oh, please. You give me too much credit. :)
    But I'm confused by your opening. Are you thinking the layout of the text on the bottle & box suggests a production date later in the decade or something?...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Dioressence (1969)


    https://i.imgur.com/3qp16NY.jpg
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I'm definitely still on team atomiseur, when they can be had for a price that justifies the risk. I've been pretty lucky with CD atomiseurs so far.

    And while the 112s are nice and all, nothing...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Ah, now I see what you mean. No, I think all the esprits de parfum were introduced in the 1980s. Poison *may* have been available in EDP right from the start, but I'm not sure about that.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I have actually seen Miss Dior and Diorissimo in Esprit de Parfum concentration. So that would make four that I know of: Diorissimo, Miss Dior, Dioressence, Poison.
    Since it seems no one has run...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    To be honest, I don't know what that means. That is, I don't have a grasp of what it is that makes a fragrance an aromatic.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I've got Diorella parfum, but have not tried the EDT.

    I have a bit of Dioressence esprit de parfum and Poison EDP as well. The Dioressence is not in the greatest shape, but it doesn't seem that...
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    Woto is one I've only seen in photos. Ten years is not a bad run, though. I'm not sure Eau Libre lasted even that long. Actually, I have no idea when it was discontinued.
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    I didn't know that about Ho Hang. Now I'm curious to see some of the early ads for it.
    I do know that androgyny and "gender-bending" were part of the cultural conversation in the early 1970s. But I...
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    It seems that it sold poorly and was rather quickly discontinued. If you're someone who has actual memories of the fragrance, I could see spending some money to get a bottle in 2019. It's kind of...
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    Eau Libre by Yves Saint Laurent (1975)


    More than most fragrances I've tried that are classified as unisex, this one leans masculine to my nose. I wish there was more information on Eau Libre to...
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    Chanel No.22

    This one was missing the label when I got it. But it's obviously a Chanel, and there's no mistaking it for any other scent. It's a little "bruised". I imagine it will smell fabulous...
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    The lines create a sense that something is happening here. Or is about to happen.



    Wouldn't you love to know what Aquarius (1969) smells like? I think Max Factor ran TV ads for their cosmetics...
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    It is an interesting design.

    I came by this perfume by accident. It's sort of in the Tabu mold.
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I know. Is it hot in here? <tugs at collar>
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    The seller might not have known. I do see the number "1974" on the box, which could be mistaken for the year of production. I looked for the listing on eBay, but couldn't find it. I was curious to...
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    Primitif by Max Factor (1956)

    "A bold fragrance? Perhaps. But why not let your perfume say the things you wouldn't dare to?"
    (vintage ad copy)


    https://i.imgur.com/XSnnq33.jpg
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Looks to be in fine condition.
    I'm not sure when that style of bottle was introduced, but I do believe it was the late '80s at the earliest. Also, there's the batch code (PH 40N). I checked the...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    The later all-plastic ones are still well-made, but the metal-skinned ones have a weight and a feeling of solidity to them that sets them apart. It's not so noticeable with the little extrait cases,...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    The volume did jump out at me, although I had no idea what it would mean. The combination of "New York" and "6ml" suggested this might be something new (to me), but no more than that.



    I...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Thanks.
    That's strange. I just tried it, and it works for me.


    Edited: Ah. I had apparently failed to "publish" the post. The link should be working now. Thanks again for the feedback!
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    Chanel No.5 extrait (1980s)

    This is somewhat unusual in that it is not a spray. I'll spare you the details here, but for anyone interested, I discuss the item at greater length in a blog post....
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Restrictor plug. . . by golly, that's just what it is. I never would have known what to call it. My Diorissimo had one, and it didn't occur to me that it was unusual.
    I'm curious about the where...
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    Sixteen! I had forgotten it was that size.

    It would be cool if they made a bottle that could rock back and forth, like Johnnie Walker Swing.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I had a bottle of Diorissimo that was labeled "pour le voyage". Do you know what this signified? My thought was that these bottles may have been sold only at duty-free shops.

    Here's a bottle of...
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    Nice Winchester (I think).

    Not exactly a "peace & love" vibe, but the Spaghetti Westerns were pretty big back then, too.

    It is a great ad.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    You know me. :happy:

    Maybe it was Dior's way of getting us to warm up to the metric system.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I recently ran across a vintage atomizer of Poison that dates to 1987. That's the latest Dior atomizer I can remember seeing.
    Anyway, just another data point regarding Christian Dior atomizers.

    I...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I noticed it has a code imprinted in dot matrix on the bottom, starting with the letter "P". This is a common feature of US-made Chanel fragrances of this era.
    It's probably the only code you're...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Ah, Bleu de Chanel is another one I can see being a problem.
    I have seen some fake No.5s -- mostly by "Chenel". :happy:

    I guess I've seen one or two phony COCOs, but the fakery was so obvious it...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Which fragrances are we talking about?
    I imagine the Allure line might be more of a problem.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Nice get. Nothing looks amiss to me.
    I don't recall seeing a 50ml Chanel tester before, but maybe the bottle you bought was a "store tester", as opposed to an official Chanel tester. Just a theory....
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    That is curious, indeed.

    Each of my atomizers seemed to be on its last legs, with feeble ejection, which I took to mean that the pressure was low in the bottles. If so, maybe the fragrance didn't...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Dioressence! That, too, was from an atomizer. I'd forgotten about that. But I was asking about Dior-Dior.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Cook.bot, did the decant I sent you last year behave this way? It was from an atomizer, you may remember.

    I guess it makes sense that the propellant gas would dissolve in the juice. Then, as...
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    Monsieur Rochas (1969)


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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Until our exchange concerning DGPH the other day, I wasn't aware that the Euroitalia era produced two versions. Now, I'm a newb, so maybe that's not saying much.

    Point is, I'm inclined to give...
  95. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    That's saying something, since I know you typically prefer EDT to parfum. And I agree with you, it's pretty ripe.

    I just had a look at prices. Not as bad as I expected, honestly. Seems like just a...
  96. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I'm not sure, myself.

    I suppose Diorissimo is last, though.
  97. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I saw that earlier today. That's a good one.
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    Re: Poison Esprit de Parfum in 50ml?!?

    As I understand it, it's a code for internal use by the company. Maybe for inventory management?

    The reference number will correspond to a specific fragrance in specific packaging. If something...
  99. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    They're vintage Dior! Don't ask what I was thinking when I bought those.

    Is Dior-Dior your favorite Dior? diordiordiordiordiordior. . . sorry, got stuck.
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    Re: Poison Esprit de Parfum in 50ml?!?

    I found the item online, and see that a few people have already bid on it.

    There's really no question in my mind that it's counterfeit.
    Another thing that's off is the reference number, 7320/9,...
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