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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Alright this is the last one I have, I love the labels colors & design.
    I think this one is from the 30's or 50's but not sure.
    I can picture this sitting on an interior shelf in a modern rustic room.

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    1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 9 years ago
      Charming and unusual vintage bottle with original label! Distributed by United Toilet Goods Corp. of New York. Does your bottle have a molded 'house' structure on reverse? Another unusual bottle. According to the second link below, United Toilet Goods Corp of NY launced this fragrance in 1939. I cannot confirm this. The label on the bottle states that UTGC "distributed" this fragrance, not produced it. Hmmm. The 1939 date is quite credible, and though I cannot confirm that this particular bottle dates to 1939, it is consistent with many bottles introduced in the 1930s and during WWII. It's the stopper that helped me assess that the 1939 date is credible.

      Don't understand what's up with the old Cleopatra's Boudoir eBay Guides. This morning, I didn't find her perfume guides on eBay. Tonight, I find some, though not all. In any case, Cleopatra's own website should have information on this firm/fragrance. Can't guarantee that it does, but it is likely. Below is a link to one of her old eBay Guides.

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