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Sunday, January 19, 2014

David S. Brown & Co. Perfumes

David S. Brown & Co was established in New York City during the mid to late 1800's. I saw an advertisement for 1882 that listed them as soap makers & perfumers.

Their bottles are also very hard to find and I have listed all the perfume names I could locate

The perfumes of David S. Brown & Co. :
  • 1878 Bonanza
  • 1895 Forest Fringe
  • 1895 Brownie
  • 1902 The Yellow Kid soap
  • 1903 Bouquet Felix  
  • 1903 Forest Fringe Violet 
  • 1903 Ittis Violet 
  • 1903 La Blanche 
  • 1903 Loris 
  • 1903 Syrian Bouquet 
  • 1903 Toilo 

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