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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Parfumerie de Jussy Saint-James

Fragrances and cosmetics, established as Au Jardin Fleuri in Halle aux Vins, Paris in 1890. Originally known as James Ducellier, 2 Preau des Eaux-de-Vie, 2. Successor was Veuve L. Dupont et Fils.


The perfumes of Jussy:
  • 1919 Eau de Cologne Jussy
  • 1919 Vieille Eau de Cologne 
  • 1919 Bouquet de Josephine a la Malmaison
  • 1935 Bouquet Fleuri
  • 1946 Fleur de Tabac
  • 1946 Cuir de Russie
  • 1946 Tendre Murmure
  • 1946 Chypre
  • 1946 Gardenia
  • 1946 Lavande de Vaucluse
  • 1946 Duo de Fleurs
  • 1950 Capricio
  • 1950 Herbanou
  • 1950 Muguet
  • 1950 Narcisse
  • 1950 Arioso
  • Baiser d'un Soir
  • Masque Noir
  • Œillet
  • An Evening in Venice
  • Violette
  • Bel Ami
  • Tourbillon
  • Tourbillon de Paris
  • Glorieux
  • Elephant (novelty perfume presentation)
  • Mailcoach (novelty perfume presentation)
  • Duck (novelty perfume presentation)
  • Gondola (novelty perfume presentation)
  • Dovecote (novelty perfume presentation)





1 comment:

  1. I am fascinated by the receipt. Thank you for posting.

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