Foren-Übersicht Perfumes & Brands Bergdorf Goodman perfume
Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 Bergdorf Goodman perfume 06.09.2013, 02:39
I just got this vintage 1 oz bottle of perfume by Bergdorf Goodman from a local antique shop. I have no idea how old it is but it says 'Made in Germany' on the bottom of the bottle. The bottle is glass and has a glass stopper which I cannot for the life of me get off. Anyone ever hear of this or know anything about this fragrance?

I'll try to post a picture tomorrow.

Cincy
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CincyCincy 06.09.2013, 02:58
I have heard of the house since I put several in here.

http://www.parfumo.net/Perfumes/Bergdorf_Goodman

What is the name on the bottle?

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 12:51
Cincy wrote:
I have heard of the house since I put several in here.

http://www.parfumo.net/Perfumes/Bergdorf_Goodman

What is the name on the bottle?


Hi Cincy, It doesn't have a name for the fragrance unfortunately.

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 15:25
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Cincy
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CincyCincy 06.09.2013, 17:41
Beachy, do I see a number etched on the bottle stopper? The house made a couple of frags with numbers.

Dashulamite
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DashulamiteDashulamite 06.09.2013, 17:52
Hi Beachgirl...
This bottle looks the same as my bottle of Number Nine. In the BG advert. The label appears to be wrapped around the bottle. It's quite simple. Back in the day I would have ripped off the label because the bottle looks sophisticated...maybe that's what happened to our bottles Wink

I hope you get the stopper out, if you like spicy scents you wont be disappointed!

Cincy
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CincyCincy 06.09.2013, 17:57
I agree with Dash, it is No. 9 or No. 29. They made 3 fragrances with numbers on them.

Dashulamite
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DashulamiteDashulamite 06.09.2013, 18:44
The other numbered perfume is no. 101 in case you find that on the bottle somewhere Smile

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 22:04
Cincy wrote:
Beachy, do I see a number etched on the bottle stopper? The house made a couple of frags with numbers.
The bottle stopper has a number etched on it, you're right! It looks like it says 49 and then a tiny scribble like a 0 or something. Can't make it out.
Oh wait, I see the etching on the side of the bottle itself too! It says 49 and a little o, as in degrees?

The bottom of the bottle says 'Made in Germany', E&A N.Y

On the tiny clear label on the front it says: Bergdorf Goodman Co. Distributors New York, 1 fluid oz. and
S D A 2297
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Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 22:07
Dashulamite wrote:
Hi Beachgirl...
This bottle looks the same as my bottle of Number Nine. In the BG advert. The label appears to be wrapped around the bottle. It's quite simple. Back in the day I would have ripped off the label because the bottle looks sophisticated...maybe that's what happened to our bottles Wink

I hope you get the stopper out, if you like spicy scents you wont be disappointed!
Well, that explains why this perfume doesn't have a name. I was wondering. Rolling Eyes


06.09.2013, 22:11
Your Egyptian perfume; I bet it dates to the 1930s time frame because there was huge interest in all things Eygptian then. Try googling the brand name and the perfume name.
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Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 22:24
Dlane1953 wrote:
Your Egyptian perfume; I bet it dates to the 1930s time frame because there was huge interest in all things Eygptian then. Try googling the brand name and the perfume name.
Hi Deb, So far I've found one reference to it on fatcatrags.com but it isn't the same bottle. They say it's from the 1920's if you can believe that! That almost makes it an antique.

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 06.09.2013, 22:30
Beachgirl2 wrote:
Dashulamite wrote:
Hi Beachgirl...
This bottle looks the same as my bottle of Number Nine. In the BG advert. The label appears to be wrapped around the bottle. It's quite simple. Back in the day I would have ripped off the label because the bottle looks sophisticated...maybe that's what happened to our bottles Wink

I hope you get the stopper out, if you like spicy scents you wont be disappointed!

Well, that explains why this perfume doesn't have a name. I was wondering. Rolling Eyes

You're right, my bottle looks exactly like yours. Does your have a number etched on it somewhere too?

Dashulamite
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DashulamiteDashulamite 07.09.2013, 00:09
Hello again!

No there isn't a number etched on my bottle or stopper, nor is there anything molded into the glass on the bottom of the bottle.

I was wondering if your stopper is a circle or is it a sphere. I have found a bottle that looks very similar to yours that held Elizabeth Arden perfume at one time. It has a flat circular stopper where as mine is spherical.

http://www.rubylane.com/item/452423-E300448/Early-Elizabeth-Arden-Perfume-bottle

Cincy
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CincyCincy 07.09.2013, 00:19
I believe Beachy's is BG. Looks like his bottles that I have seen.

Cincy
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CincyCincy 07.09.2013, 00:21
Just looked at her pic again, you can clearly see the house name on bottom of bottle.

Dashulamite
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DashulamiteDashulamite 07.09.2013, 00:58
Yes the BG label IS the same as the one on mine. I just thought that the E&A NY suggests Elizabeth Arden, New York. But that would be EA not E&A (so never mind about my previous thinking out loud Rolling Eyes )

Cincy
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CincyCincy 07.09.2013, 01:05
No problem thinking out loud Dash, I do that too and answer. Rolling Eyes

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 07.09.2013, 01:53
Dashulamite wrote:
Hello again!

No there isn't a number etched on my bottle or stopper, nor is there anything molded into the glass on the bottom of the bottle.

I was wondering if your stopper is a circle or is it a sphere. I have found a bottle that looks very similar to yours that held Elizabeth Arden perfume at one time. It has a flat circular stopper where as mine is spherical.

http://www.rubylane.com/item/452423-E300448/Early-Elizabeth-Arden-Perfume-bottle
My stopper does look like the Elizabeth Arden one, but the bottle doesn't. It looks exactly like the BG one. Weird! Well, I'm stumped. Thanks guys for trying to figure this out. I'm thinking it probably is the No. 9. Maybe what looks like a 4 is really a deformed pound sign? Rolling Eyes

Beachgirl2
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Beachgirl2Beachgirl2 07.09.2013, 02:05
Sorry, I see now I should have put this subject under the Vintage forum. Confused

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