Luckily, we had an old Esquire 35th Anniversary edition from October of 1968, and that magazine had an image of the bottle in an advertisement. But we wondered what happened to the cologne and the company, as our reader wants a bottle, perhaps to give dad for Christmas.
We looked on Ebay, and there was none. There were a couple of antique bottles, but that won’t do.
We know the company was headquartered in New York City and New Preston, Conn. and was called Wolff Freres, Inc. They do not have a trademark on the name, though the company did file a trademark for a lotion called Arctic Lotion in 1964.
Ebay seller Cleopatra’s Boudoir mentions a handful of products also sold by the company, including:
- 1948 Ambiance
- 1948 Bathsheba
- 1948 Frisky
- 1948 My French Cousin
- 1948 The Song of Songs
- 1949 Crisance
If any readers know anything about the brand, please leave a comment below and help our reader find the perfect stocking stuffer.
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