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  1. Re: eau de patou EDP - vintage - help identifying silver box silver bands

    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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    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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    I know. Is it hot in here? <tugs at collar>
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    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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    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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    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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    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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    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...
  38. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Monsieur Rochas (1969)


    https://i.imgur.com/09ckljx.jpg
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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...
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    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...
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    I'm not sure, myself.

    I suppose Diorissimo is last, though.
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    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...
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    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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    Dior-Dior


    https://i.imgur.com/LS8qCzL.jpg
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    Re: Poison Esprit de Parfum in 50ml?!?

    I would steer well clear of it.

    The sprays came in oblong boxes, true, but they will have the word "vaporisateur" on the front of the box near the bottom.

    When I said the box isn't square, I...
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    Re: Poison Esprit de Parfum in 50ml?!?

    No way is that genuine.

    The box doesn't even look square.
    Then there's that sticker. . . sorry, there's a lot of wrongness in that pic.

    Also, if it were a spray, it would say "vaporisateur" on...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I'm thinking older.
    Two things that stand out are the ribbon on the EDT and the style of cap on the parfum.

    I don't think either was still around at the end of the '70s.

    I don't remember...
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    It's an atomizer. A healthy one, thankfully.
    I can still smell it on myself.
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    Miss Dior


    https://i.imgur.com/hKQbaHT.jpg
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    Re: Kouros day. June 1st ?

    I missed the "broads", but the crinkle-nosed smile. . . I know that one.


    https://i.imgur.com/BL1jZcO.gif
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    Re: Kouros day. June 1st ?

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

    It had been three weeks since I wore Kouros. Whaaat?


    From the pamphlet:

    KOUROS
    A range
    of high performance products,
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    eau de patou


    https://i.imgur.com/xT4pncY.jpg
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Yes, it does appear to have been produced in the early 1990s. Who knew anyone was still producing pressurized bottles (atomiseurs/atomizers) that late?
    I couldn't find any photos of a similar bottle...
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    Boss Sport

    In posting this as his SOTD, Avecesar inspired me to take it out for another spin.

    My bottle is a 25ml atomizer from 1991*. It's the newest atomizer I own by several years.
    ...
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    Eau de Rochas


    https://i.imgur.com/xf7gGeE.jpg
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    That's one that actually makes some sense:

    2 fluid oz. = 59 ml
    4 fluid oz. = 118 ml
    (rounded to nearest ml)
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    It's a beaut, that's for sure.
    But I had no clue as to its age. My only thoughts were, clearly pre-'70s and beautifully crafted.
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    That's what I'm thinking, too. It probably won't stop me from doing the occasional search for a bottle of the original, though, because I just can't help it.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Thanks for the pics. Looks really nice. I may have seen one of these and simply not known it. It looks very similar to the 89ml bottle. I had thought you might be referring the bottles made with...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    That's what I've heard about the edc, that it's not as (stereo)typically feminine.



    I'm familiar with the 45ml canisters, and with the 89ml pressurized sprays. The 95ml is a format I'm not sure...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    That's remarkable. Sounds like you really did your homework. I take it you've smelled the stuff from that 9-11 month period? I noticed when I checked the batch code online that it returned a precise...
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    Thanks! I'm real pleased with it.

    Those 50ml sprays are cool. Is it the cologne you have?
    It's great that No.5 gets your girlfriend's nod of approval.
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    Aww, yeah. 118ml, sealed.

    I finally landed a '70s-vintage (or older) bottle of No.5 eau de cologne. I'd been holding out for one, because I wanted the civet and nitromusks.


    ...
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    The way I read it (the blog page), it would have to date to between 1992 (green dot) and 1998 (start of the 4-digit batch codes).
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    Green dot, bar code, "33, avenue Hoche" address. . .

    Pretty confident.

    I would still love to know where that guy got his stash.
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    What, you think I calculate that sh*t myself? :happy:
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    Well, I had been thinking that Dior stopped producing those in the early '80s. And that may be true for the 54ml and 57ml bottles. But then I was searching for images of 112ml bottles (another odd...
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    Haha! I mean, just look at it on the box.


    https://i.imgur.com/y2Zvh96.jpg
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    Yeah, the naming is interesting. The scent is kind of in the Chanel Pour Monsieur mold, so maybe Shiseido conceived it as a throwback to an earlier period in men's perfumery?

    I saw that review....
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    The only thing I can come up with is that they designed the bottle first, then determined how much it actually took to fill it to the optimal level. But even I find that hard to believe. :happy:
    ...
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    NOW you tell me! :wink: Just kidding, I appreciate the clarification. That's weird about By Man.



    Wow. I doubt I would've learned any of that on my own. By the time I decided to make the buy,...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I love it. Things are done a little differently now, huh.
    I bet yours is older than '80s vintage. There's that volume, for one, and I think CD had quit with the ribbons by 1980.
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    That is funny. Like they went out of their way to make it more of a mouthful for the American consumer.
    Do you know the size of your bottle? Mine is 54ml.

    Know what? I just discovered that my...
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    Good one.
    Is that your bottle? The "eau de cologne fraiche" naming caught my eye, so I checked my bottle. It says "eau fraiche de Christian Dior" and looks to date to 1979. Yours might be older than...
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    Shiseido Vintage (1975)

    I bought this thinking it would be a fougère, but it's more of a citrus chypre.
    It's pretty decent. This bottle *may* date to the '80s, probably no later than '90s.

    ...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Thanks. I'm so used to looking for the green dot, and I thought for sure D&G would be using it in 2003. At the same time, the lack of a bar code was a warning bell, reminding me that you can't take...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Thanks for the link. Some great looking old bottles are shown in that thread. I probably won't pursue one for myself, but it's an interesting topic just the same.
    I've smelled a number of highly...
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    Thanks. I did look for images online for comparison, but didn't find enough to answer my questions.

    The bottle you linked to probably dates to 2005, don't you think?
    I see that the bar code is on...
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    Dolce & Gabbana Pour Homme

    I picked this up on a whim the other day. How old are we talking here?

    A batch code lookup on two different sites date it to 2013, although apparently the D&G codes...
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    Interesting. I'll be looking for it. I only put on a tiny bit. Good thing, too, because I have a doctor's appointment in a few minutes. :evil:
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    I'd been meaning to give Vol de Nuit another go. All the talk about it recently was the nudge I needed.
    This one is from 1987.


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    I'll bet the O de Lancome was good with Eau Sauvage. I wore Ô again this evening and am struck by how much it reminds me of Eau Sauvage. I thought the same thing when I wore Trophee the other day....
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    I hear you about Cuir de Russie. It's so big and fluffy, but I love it anyway.
    I'm not really up on my leathers. It's a category that I don't seem to "get". I remember reading that birch tar is...
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    Ô de Lancôme

    I love this bottle design.


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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    NIce. Is that one you have a bottle of?
    I'm always reminded of chewing tobacco (in a good way) by the opening.
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    Re: Yet another question about Polo green

    I can't speak to issues with Polo specifically, as none of the bottles I own (including an early Warner after shave) have a turpentine smell. That said, I do have some experience with fragrances that...
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    Re: Gucci Pour Homme I -fake or real

    Looks good to me.
    I have a 50ml with the same problem. After reading Slayerized's post, I checked my bottle. Sure enough, the missing collar piece is stuck inside the cap.
  90. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I think it was simply a re-release of the original. As I understand it, Trophee was discontinued sometime in the the 1990s, then reintroduced on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. It says "20th...
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    Re: Kouros day. June 1st ?

    Ah, well. Do you know what "hazing" is? I was hoping some other folks would see what I was doing and join in. :wink:
    You asked, "Will these be good enough?" I was specifically responding to that.
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    Re: Vintage Antaeus : genuine or fake ?

    Reegle seems confident in his answer, and I don't know enough about Antaeus packaging to be of any help.
    But is that a 4-digit batch code stamped on the bottom of the box? The Raiders blog has some...
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    Re: Kouros day. June 1st ?

    I couldn't help but notice that many of those appear to be non-Euro-spec editions. That does rather complicate matters.
  94. Thread: Your vintage SOTD

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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Trophée Lancôme (1982)

    This is the 20th anniversary edition, produced in '02. Smells the same as an early-'90s mini that I have.


    https://i.imgur.com/ZQ6zpfC.jpg
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Done.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I lol'd. (wait, is that another GoT reference?)

    Chanel quickly got on board with the EMB code, but never bothered with the "e". Odd.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I know that list. Why did they bother? :rolleyes:




    I'd be interested to hear. I think it's safe to say you won't find an "e" on any Chanel fragrance produced any time up through the late...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Don't look at me. For pity, I mean. :tongue:

    I'd say you've got a couple of '80s vintage sprays there. No barcode on the boxes?
    These plastic sprays first became available in the early 1980s. The...
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    Re: top 5 most BEAUTIFUL perfumes you have smelled

    Does this mean they make your eyes roll back into your head? I've never seen "eye roller" used this way.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    None. Well, there was no staining on the packaging to indicate any leakage.
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