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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ON EBAY!!! Vintage 1990s Guerlain Perfume Dramming Case

This is only the second known case that I have seen. This is a very rare, Guerlain perfume organ used across the United States in retail stores at some Guerlain perfume counters to dram perfume into mini bottles as a gift with a Guerlain perfume purchase in the early 1990's - 1996 to be exact. Each bottle size is approximately 8 fluid ounces, has a label, and a glass dropper with a rubber top.

 The faux blue leather box (outside measurements are 16 & 1/2 inches wide, 16 & 1/2 inches tall, and a little over 6 & 1/2 inches deep), the interior has an upper row and a lower row for the bottles, the inside back is a plastic mirror that has issues due to perfume being spilled during it's travels. Each bottle is held in place by a metal clamp secured against the back. There are slots for 24 bottles, however only 19 have survived over the years. There is a little dust on the inside due to age. The outside hinges and handle are in working order and in good condition. There are some nicks to the outside box and some of the covering on the outside bottom has worn off. The latches have a key hole, but no keys. Overall excellent condition.

The fragrances are as follows along with the date written on the label which is the date of the scent's creation;
  • Eau de Cologne Imperiale 1853 - 1/2 full
  • Shalimar 1925 - 7/8 full
  • Champs Elysees 1996 - 1/2 full
  • Samsara 1989 - 1/4 full
  • Mitsouko 1919 - 1/5 full
  • Jicky 1989 - almost 1/2 full
  • L'Heure Bleue 1912 - 1/3 full
  • Eau de Fleur de Cedrat 1920 - 1/4 full
  • Eau de Guerlain 1974 - 1/2 full
  • Eau de Cologne du Coq 1894 - over 1/2 full
  • Jardins de Bagatelle 1983 - 1/6 full
  • Vol du Nuit 1933 - 1/2 full
  • Chamade 1969 - 1/5 full
  • Apres L'Ondee 1906 - 1/2 full
  • Nahema 1979 - 1/3 full
  • Parure 1975 - almost 1/6 full
  • Habit Rouge 1965 - over 1/2 full (small chip on opening of bottle)
  • Vetiver 1959 - almost 1/3 full
  • Heritage 1992- 1/3 full (small chip on end of dropper)



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