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    Hi, all!
    Im interested, what is a realistic price for vintage M7, how much should one expect to pay, if he wants to get a bottle?

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    120-140

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    Quote Originally Posted by calilove View Post
    120-140
    worth every penny. if it were $220-240, i'd still pay it to smell that sweet potent juice of heaven!

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    Would you guys buy it off the ebay? I have found an offer there, 140 shipped, do you think it would be safe to buy it from there?

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    If you want it badly enough, whatever the fragrance, you will pay whatever it takes within your limits to get it.

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    I agree on that, sometimes you will go over the limits too :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by natky View Post
    I agree on that, sometimes you will go over the limits too :-D
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pre-Reformul...item4169eb2474

    this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noirdrakkar View Post
    worth every penny. if it were $220-240, i'd still pay it to smell that sweet potent juice of heaven!
    Seriously? $240? I guess I should have a little sale on my spare bottle.
    It's good and all, but not that impressive to me. The one that really makes me gasp is the
    price people are paying for tiny samples of Patou pour Homme Prive. Yikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calilove View Post
    yeah, that one! what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by natky View Post
    yeah, that one! what do you think?
    his rating are legit. ive smelled old one and new one they do have there differances. i went to a fragrance store here. and it was being sold for 110!!! i might as well pay for original one. plus aftershave!!! which ill never use but im sure i could sell it for like 20 30 bucks. ill be ordering one this friday when i get my paycheck

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    the only thing i dont know if it a girl can pull it off
    but i love men's fragrances, as you can see from my wardrobe, so ill give it a try

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    the only thing i dont know if it a girl can pull it off
    but i love men's fragrances, as you can see from my wardrobe, so ill give it a try

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    I got two 1.7oz Retail versions (not testers) for $60 in the last year. One via eBay and the other through a small boutique in Palm Desert who got it after I was asking around for M7 Fresh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natky View Post
    the only thing i dont know if it a girl can pull it off
    but i love men's fragrances, as you can see from my wardrobe, so ill give it a try

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    the only thing i dont know if it a girl can pull it off
    but i love men's fragrances, as you can see from my wardrobe, so ill give it a try
    oh its for you! i thought you mention in beginning it was for a he but looking at your wardrobe you have alot unisex ones alot of which i own any girl can pull off any fragrance as of late i wear for feminine fragrances then anything i love it

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    When was the date of re-formulation?

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    2006

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    Thx!!

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    I find testers on ebay for $75 - $80 routinely. I got my unused tester of the original back in February for $70.99 + shipping.

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    I got my 100ml edt + body wash for $85 from a brickandmortar discount store in albuquerque NM, dated sep 2006. Now i find two bottles date feb 2006 for $60 each in my hometown, will probably buy them as a backup. Keep looking and you will find em, nobody out there really likes m7 anyway, sigh.

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    I wouldn't pay more than $80 for it. Actually I'd be happy buying a couple of 10 mL decants which would be plenty for fall and winter.
    My current favorites:

    Bleu De Chanel, Creed Green Irish Tweed, Zino Davidoff, Dior Homme Intense, Creed Royal Oud, M7 (all versions), Chanel Egoiste, Dior Homme Sport, and Thierry Mugler Pure Malt.

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    I paid about $100 for a full size bottle of vintage on eBay back in February. At the time folks on here were surprised at the price, but that's where they were by then. Glad I got it, though; it's a notable moment in perfume history and it's definitely grown on me.

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    There are some vintage 15 mL bottles.
    Last edited by Alvus; 7th September 2012 at 05:37 AM. Reason: updated

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    Quote Originally Posted by noirdrakkar View Post
    worth every penny. if it were $220-240, i'd still pay it to smell that sweet potent juice of heaven!
    What he said.

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