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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Mr. Robert Parfumeur

Mr. Robert Parfumeur, established by Robert Denels, a salon owner, at 675 Fifth Avenue, New York City in 1922.

Robert Beauty Specialist - Coiffeur & Parfumeur shop c1930s

Robert's Perfume Bar c1934

The perfumes of Mr. Robert Parfumeur:
  • 1925 Le Delice
  • 1925 Le Deiable
  • 1925 Embrasse Moi
  • 1925 Nelesco
  • 1925 Seulement Vous
  • 1930 Le Beau Reve
  • 1940 4 1/2 Perfume (sweet pea)
  • 1940 5 1/2 Perfume
  • 1940 6 1/2 Perfume (tuberose)
  • 1940 7 1/2 Perfume
  • 1940 8 1/2 Perfume
  • 1940 Fifth Avenue
  • 1940 Gardenia
  • 1940 Gay
  • 1940 Jasmin
  • 1940 Lady of Leisure
  • 1940 Lilas
  • 1940 Lily of the Valley
  • 1940 Mes Fleurs
  • 1940 Mysterieux
  • 1940 Oriental Deliciosa
  • 1940 Pres de Bois
  • 1940 Rose
  • 1940 Je Pense a Vous/Thinking of You
  • 1940 Vanity

Je Pense a Vous/Thinking of You, circa 1940. Photo by ebay seller just4fluff

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