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Help Identifying These Two Vintage Flacons...?

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One is a square long bottle with thin vertical ribbing. It is definitely from Worth, because the round Gold ribbed cap says " Worth Paris " on the top. The flacon looks masculine and the fragrance smells masculine or unisex. It smells sweet, but there is a distictive celery note which to my nose smells masculine.The juice is a bright yellow with perhaps a "minimal" tinge of green in the yellow. It smells amazing, so I'm trying to establish which fragrance it could be. No internet images match what I have.

The other is an extrait flacon in a white box. It looks very much like a Chanel, but the label has peeled off. There is a tiny corner that is gold, but what is confusing me is the remains of letters on the label...on the left of the remains of the label are the letters ...ve... above the ve are the symbols / 7
...again I've been looking at images, but nothing matches up with ve as part of the perfume name. The white box is plain and the only thing written on the bottom is " Made in France ".

I know I'm not providing much information, but would be grateful for any ideas anyone may have. Thanks.


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