Jicky by Guerlain: Top Notes Lemon, Mandarin, Bergamot, Rosewood Middle Notes Orris, Jasmin, Patchouli, Rose, Vetiver Base Notes Leather, Amber, Civet, Tonka, Incense, Benzoin. According to Guerlain folklore, this was named after an English student who Aimé Guerlain fell in love with. It was in fact named for his nephew.It was the first 'abstract' perfume as it wasn't reminiscent of one individual note. Apparently a fave of Sean Connery. If the bottle of Jicky has very little juice left then you probably won't get much. I would say the Baccarat bottle is worth more than anything.
Replique by Raphael of Paris:The scent is spicy and creamy, nutty resiny, almost pine-ish and very smooth. The clary sage and coriander are perfectly blended here and give the perfume a mild herbal aspect, like a finely milled French soap... the orris and moss cushion the ylang... the amber and civet and musk... the vanilla...leather... yes, it's all there. I think this must have been a very popular perfume when it came out in 1944. It's still in production today and is not sought after, but your's is vintage and that's a plus.