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    Default Leonard pour Homme Vintage

    I've got the oportunity to get this (vintage, oval bottle) for cheap... worth the buying? What can I expect? (BTW I looove powerhouses vintage like pontaccio 21, aramis, and zino...)

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    Default Re: Leonard pour Homme Vintage

    Definitely worth buying IMO especially if this is the dark brown glass bottle.

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    Default Re: Leonard pour Homme Vintage

    Certainly worth buying. Expect a strong smoky herbal leather frag that only lovers of powerhouses can wear comfortably.
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    Yes, I think so...

    I'm in between this and a Givenchy Insense vintage bottle... I'm lost! lol

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    double post

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    Get the Leonard. Especially if it's the dark brown glass bottle with the design that resembles calligraphy incised into the front. Really good, really manly stuff.

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    One of the greats !

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    This is the bottle I have. It smells great but it is not a powerhouse by any means. It is refined and gentlemanly. If you can find it cheap, it is worth a try.

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