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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Vintage 1960s Counter Top Lucite Perfume Tester Rack

The display case is made of black and clear lucite. It measures 9" across,  2 3/4" high and 2 1/2" deep.




 It holds six perfume bottles, each 2 1/2" high. The back of the case is removable to gain access to the bottles. The bottles are glass with long glass daubers. The black screw on tops are black plastic. The white paper labels have the name of the fragrance and "TEST SAMPLE  NOT TO BE SOLD". Also on the label is the red Marly horse logo.

Two of the bottles contain Mitsouko, created in 1919. The others are: Chant d'Aromes (1962), L'Heure Bleue (1912), Vol de Nuit (1933) and Shalimar (1925).

Photos by ebay seller thingsnstrings

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