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    Default Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    I read that the counterfeiting of branded products is not a new concept. Here is an article on The Scented Salmander. It mentions the counterfeiting of Lubin scents in the 19th century.

    No wonder some old ads state, "Accept no substitutes."

    http://www.mimifroufrou.com/scenteds...010_my_4t.html

    Can anyone add to the history of the House of Lubin?
    "The sunset is deeper and longer. The scent of the jasmine is stronger." Miracles. Pet Shop Boys

    "Thick dome of jasmine
    (Under the dense canopy where the white jasmine),
    Blends with the rose,
    (That blends with the rose),"
    "The Flower Duet," Lakme by Leo Delibes, 1881

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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Intrersting read.

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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Interesting read.
    Absolutely! My "western" side finds this fascinating. A gold-rush saloon gal who wanted to be buried with her bottle of French perfume? Oh, man. That's classic. A Wild West perfumista? What an awesome story!

    It makes me wonder if the bottles they pulled up from the wreck of the steamboat Arabia (Missouri River, 1856) were Lubins - or maybe even cheap substitutes!

    Bluff sounds more and more interesting, too.
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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Wow! Very interesting and boy with a review like that, I'd want to try any scent. I love reading stuff like this!
    Currently wearing: Zen for Men by Shiseido

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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    In some times/places, the king would grant a company the right to make a product. Since no other company could compete, legally, making counterfeits was one way to try and make money producing that product.

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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Intrersting read.
    absolutely


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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Thanks for sharing! It seems that counterfeiting is around since the first incipient elements of market economy started to appear and since fragrances were always a profitable market...
    Currently wearing: Mesmerize for Men by Avon

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    Default Re: Counterfeiting is not a new phenomenon

    Truly fascinating read -- many thanks!

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