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Paris eau Printemps parfum circa 1944

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This is a weird question but I am going to Paris in a few weeks and am trying to find this perfume. My grandmother was a nurse in WW2 and was based in Normandy (arrived Sept 1944). She brought back this perfume and now my mom would like to find out if it is still available. I have googled and the only thing that comes up is from Yves Saint Laurent and was brought out in 2009. My grandmother can't remember where exactly she got it or what brand it was. If any of our resident France experts may know where to look I would very greatful.

Thanks.

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