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Posted 3 years ago

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mammi
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Eastman's Royal Perfume bottle

I found this bottle, approximately 4 inches in length, in my garden. It has script writing on the front and no markings anywhere else. There are no chips or cracks which is extremely lucky for me. I haven't found any information by internet search. If anyone has any info, I would appreciate it. However, I just love this little find so probably won't get rid of it for some time.

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  1. rivererat, 2 years ago
    I have the same bottle and am as curious as you are. Have you found out any information. My father found it on the road in 1958. Please respond with any help. Thanks.
  2. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    This might help a little:
    http://www.perfumeintelligence.co.uk/library/perfume/e/houses/Eastman.htm
  3. mammi mammi, 2 years ago
    packrat-place Thank you for supplying the link. I'm always looking for additional info on my posts!
    rivererat Other than the link posted on here, the only thing I have found is about the company. Since I don't know what exactly was in the bottle, other than perfume (I can guess), I just have not been able to find much else. I live in a river area in SE Iowa and have found MANY items and bits of pottery and china in my yard, along with another partial small glass bottle. If I find any additional info on this I will post it and contact you!
  4. briant67, 2 years ago
    hi mammi, my name is briant67, i live in the new orleans, la. area i found the same bottle under an old historic home in n.o. but i cant find a name for that certain perfume, do u know the name of it. u can email at btonglet1@cox.net. thanks.

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