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    Default Amouage Gentlemen's same as Gold?

    Any Amouage experts out there know if this Gentlemen's Cologne is an older name for Amouage Gold for Men?

    I found some listings at Parfums Raffy that seemed to suggest this but didn't state it directly. The one thing I notice as different is the price: the Gentlemen's was about $145 US, while the Gold was over $200.

    Anybody who can confirm or deny that these two are exactly the same, or tell me the difference if there is one?

    Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
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    hmm no, these are distinctly different if you are talking about a bottle that looks like this:



    vs a bottle like this ...



    I believe the first image is "Gold Cologne" and the latter is "Gold" the distinction is similar to Silver Cristal and Silver Cologne...

    anyway, they are very dfifferent!

    that's all I got

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    Default Re: Amouage Gentlemen's same as Gold?

    Thanks very much for your reply. Those are the exact bottles in question.
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