I only have vintage Replique and adore it. What sets it apart from many other perfumes, especially more modern ones, is the depth of the perfume experience. There are so many facets to the perfume, so many notes that come and go, and such beautifully rich ingredients. I sometimes wonder why there only one or two of the older scents available to us. So many have 'sunk without trace', even though they may be as worthy as those which remain.
One can occasionally find a mini here and there of others from an old perfume house, but these are very dicey, since they are often poorly stored or reduced to a dark, molasses coloured juice full of sediment, rather than fluid.
I am interested, too, as to what others have experienced from the house of Raphael.