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Friday, January 3, 2014

Park and Tilford Perfumes

"Park & Tilford offers exquisite perfumes that make you a queen for every occasion, without costing a king's ransom"

In this guide I have listed the various perfumes presented by Park & Tilford Import Corp of New York City. Park & Tilford sold cigars candy, perfume and toilet articles, basket fruits, package groceries, and other goods. They were importers of French perfumes, and eventually offered fragrances under their own label.

The company was established in 1840 by Joseph Park and John Mason Tilford. From the foundation of one small grocery store at 35 Carmine Street, the business broadened and consisted of two divisions, one devoted to wines and spirits, the other to toiletries and drug sundries. Park and Tilford was the American distributor of Rimmel preparations



The perfumes of Park & Tilford:

  •  1919 Bay Rum
  • 1926 Faoen
  • 1931 No. 3
  • 1931 No. 12
  • 1932 No. 19
  • 1934 No. 44
  • 1937 Adventure
  • 1938 Cherish
  • 1938 Desire
  • 1940 Honeysuckle
  • 1940 Gardenia
  • 1940 Lily of the Valley
  • 1940 Lilac
  • 1946 Sharp!
  • 1947 High Heels
  • 1947 Wild Harvest
  • 1957 My Desire
  • 1957 Woody Glen
  • 1957 Vain
  • 1957 Scotch Glen
  • 1957 Eve d'Adam

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