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    Default Identifying old school Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    I'm sure someone (but almost certainly Ericrico) will be able to clarify this for me.
    I understand that "proper" PRPH refers to any formulations up to about 1999/2000. I'm also aware that the easiest way to identify an older bottle is by the large "P" symbol.
    I am not certain if this applies also to the aftershaves too though. I wouldn't normally bother but I imagine that the vintage AS is probably pretty good in terms of sillage and longevity.
    Anybody know if this is a reliable way to determine an AS bottle's vintage? (the large "P" )
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Identifying old school Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    This, I feel, is the definitive thread.

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/260...e-Paco-Rabanne

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    Default Re: Identifying old school Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    Quote Originally Posted by neal View Post
    This, I feel, is the definitive thread.

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/260...e-Paco-Rabanne

    Thanks Neal, some food for thought there.

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