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Ungaro DIVA -The rectangular bottle

Hi all basenoters :)
I am relatively new of the forum, I've always followed Basenotes and recently decided to create my account. I am, as many as you, a fan of vintage fragrance, mainly the range of the 1970's 1980's perfumes, since they are the ones I remember from my younger years.
But let's go straight to the point: I would like to buy on Ebay a vintage bottle of Ungaro's DIVA masterpiece. The item is a rectangular shaped bottle with an ivory plastic cap and a golden "stripe" between the glass and the cap. The box is the usual mat almost velvety off white carboard and it's Eau de Toilette.
Is this a pre reformulation vintage bottle? For what I know, nowadays you can find only the "fan" shaped bottles, and the perfume is reformulated.
All I can say is that box looks old, I think the rectangular bottles are discontinued. Hoping to help you I attach a pic of the box and a pic of an old ad (from 1989?) where you can see the bottle and maybe can help to identify the age of the bottle.
Every advice will be really useful.

Best regards


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