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    Default Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    Hello,

    Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    I ask this question because I found some that are for sale but do not know the market value of these products.

    They are in excellent condition and asked me about 25 euros for each one.

    Those that are available for sale are:

    Escada Pour Homme;

    Safari for men;

    Giorgio Beverly Hills for men;

    V.I.P. Giorgio Beverly Hills for men;

    Eau de Rochas pour homme;

    Boss Elements;

    Gucci Nobile;

    Gucci pour homme (classic);

    Moschino Vice Versa;

    Fahrenheit.

    I would like to know your opinion and what is the real value of these factices.

    Thanks in advance,

    mdclx

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    I'd like to know your opinion because I have to make a decision tomorrow!

    Quote Originally Posted by mdclx View Post
    Hello,

    Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    I ask this question because I found some that are for sale but do not know the market value of these products.

    They are in excellent condition and asked me about 25 euros for each one.

    Those that are available for sale are:

    Escada Pour Homme;

    Safari for men;

    Giorgio Beverly Hills for men;

    V.I.P. Giorgio Beverly Hills for men;

    Eau de Rochas pour homme;

    Boss Elements;

    Gucci Nobile;

    Gucci pour homme (classic);

    Moschino Vice Versa;

    Fahrenheit.

    I would like to know your opinion and what is the real value of these factices.

    Thanks in advance,

    mdclx

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    Default Re: Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    On Ebay, the Factice bottles sometime sell for more than the "Real" bottles! To get a good idea of what they go for, go to both Ebay and Etsy. On Ebay, be sure to look at both current and sold bottles.

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    Default Re: Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    Hi NineInchNell,

    Thanks for the informations!

    I bought some factices of the initial list:

    Escada Pour Homme;

    Safari for men;

    Giorgio Beverly Hills for men;

    Boss Elements;

    Moschino Uomo;

    Fahrenheit.

    And I also bought for my wife a collection of chanel factices.


    Quote Originally Posted by NineInchNell View Post
    On Ebay, the Factice bottles sometime sell for more than the "Real" bottles! To get a good idea of what they go for, go to both Ebay and Etsy. On Ebay, be sure to look at both current and sold bottles.
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    Here they are the assault of giant bottles ...!








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    Default Re: Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    Re-upping this thread for a silly question, I've been gifted a 125 ml factice of Quorum by Puig (big fan!), I honestly don't know what to do with that, do you think it would be worth trying to sell it? I honestly barely know these things exist and I have no clue about their value.

    (actually it was not a "gift", it was more like "pick that, it's yours if you want it", and I did)
    Last edited by Colin Maillard; 20th May 2014 at 01:59 PM.
    My current top five:

    Etro - Vetiver
    Slumberhouse - Ore
    Parfum d'Empire - Cuir Ottoman
    Hermès - Equipage (vtg)
    Geo F Trumper - Curzon

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    Default Re: Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    Hi Colin,

    I collect these giant bottles and currently have about twenty.

    The Quorum factice is not one to have more value in the market, but it is an interesting bottle.

    Some of them only have colored water, but others come with the original perfume.

    And I have for example Fahrenheit, Paco Rabanne PH and Safari, with one liter of the original fragrance.

    I buy these bottles for collecting and decorating the bathrooms of my house.

    From what I have this one is what I like most,



    In response to your question I can tell you that some of these bottles reach very high values ​​on ebay.

    If you like your stay with her, or you can try to sell it and earn good money.

    Take this opportunity to tell you that I greatly admire your reviews here in the forum and your knowledge of perfumes.

    Best regards,

    mdclx

    Take a look at these links:

    http://www.ebay.es/itm/1-seltene-Quo...3bc1454&_uhb=1

    http://www.ebay.es/sch/i.html?_sacat...c&LH_PrefLoc=2
    Last edited by mdclx; 20th May 2014 at 03:16 PM.

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    Default Re: Some of you like and make collection of vintage giant factice dummys?

    Thank you really much for your information and for sharing your experience - and your super nice words, I blushed! This looks like an intriguing "sub-field" of fragrances, I was not even aware factices existed... while in fact it must be cool to decorate the house with those, I would have never thought of that. Your Medusa bottle is marvellous!
    My current top five:

    Etro - Vetiver
    Slumberhouse - Ore
    Parfum d'Empire - Cuir Ottoman
    Hermès - Equipage (vtg)
    Geo F Trumper - Curzon

    ______________________________

    My fragrance reviews | http://yeoldecivetcat.blogspot.it/

    My sales - WORLDWIDE | Vtg Signoricci 1 & Signoricci 2 - EDT 200 ML BNIB | http://www.basenotes.net/threads/380...DT-200-ML-BNIB

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