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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Roll No. 9

On ebay this week, is a strange perfume bottle, called Roll No. 9 by Roll Paris/Meknes. 

Curiously, there is a label on the box that reads "ROLL is the CREATOR of the REAL No. 5"


Its box has various labels which read:

“Pretty boxes and elegant flasks are often deceiving in containing perfumes of poor quality. ROLL, on the contrary, prefers to concentrate on the quality of its products, contained in plain flasks. As for the boxes, they are only packages which are used to protect the flasks. ROLL’s best advertisement is the QUALITY."

and

"No ROLL products were placed on sale during the German occupation - that is why ROLL’s quality is always the same as it was in 1939-40."

The box is stamped with "Manufactured in 1939-40"


Another label reads "This bottle is the same exact duplicate of those used at the court of Napoleon 1st 1804-1815"


I can find no information on Roll Paris/Meknes anywhere!

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