I've been away for a week clearing out a house readying it for sale, in 30 degree heat. Not fun. While I was away I wore two vintage fragrances. The first was Hermes Eau de Cologne, which was later rebadged as Eau d'Orange Vert. This has held up well and it is very bit as good as the EdOV bottle that I also have. It would be nice if it held up longer, but that's an unreasonable ask in the Mallee summer heat.
The other one I took is called Christy Eau de Cologne. This is a vintage FB from the Art Deco era that I found in an antique shop. I think it must be Australian, and I can find no record of it anywhere, other than a photo of an ad for it. I find it hard to pick out individual notes with nothing to go on, but I would say that this is more a light woods type EdC than a citrusy one. It has pretty good sillage for something so old; people noticed it on me. The opening was a bit bitter, which I suspect might have been some herbs, and I think I smelled vetiver in there somewhere as well. In this case it's impossible to say if this is what it was supposed to smell like, or if it has deteriorated and the florals and citruses have disappeared over the years.