Displayed here are some miscellaneous Old Spice bottles that do not neatly fit into the other categories.

Quick Picks: Rare P&G Bottle, Sample Bottles, Aerosol Cologne, Canada After Shave, Store Testers, Spray After Shave & Cologne, Sensitive After Shave

Rare Procter & Gamble Bottle

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I picked this bottle up several years ago and have never seen one since nor do I know its history or purpose.  This bottle is in the classic Old Spice shape but has a metal flip top.  Embossed on the bottom is "OLD SPICE" around the edge, and in the center is a "P" inside a larger "G", which I interpret to be the Procter & Gamble trademark.

If you know anything about this bottle please contact me!


Sample Bottles

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These are examples of some trial size products that I and other collectors have come across.  The bottles are only 2 to 3 inches tall and hold about 0.5 ounces.

Aerosol Cologne - 1964 to 1967

old spice bottle This aerosol cologne for men sold for only a few years starting in 1964.  It held 3.5 ounces of cologne (product id 3729).

Canada After Shave

old spice bottle  old spice bottle   I cannot date these very well.  They are obviously different styles and therefore from different time periods.  They have bi-lingual labels but are made for the Canadian market.  Note the one on the left is the fragrance Leather.

Spray Store Testers - 1980s

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These pump spray testers date from the 1980s.  They were placed on the shelves along with the product so customers could get a whiff of Old Spice.
old spice bottle This store Tester delivered a shot of Old Spice Lime.


Spray After Shave & Cologne 1990s

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These are examples of small spray cologne bottles. Both date after 1990. Note the bottle on the right is for the UK market and is priced in sterling.

Sensitive - 1980s

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In the early 1980s an alcohol-free "sensitive" formula was available.