Unknown pink globular rose
I would like help in identifying this rose bush. I bought an old victorian brick house that had about 11 existing rose bushes. I was told the original owner planted AARS winning roses. I believe the bushes all predate at least 1970, most are from the 1940's to 1960's. I even have a Sparten rose bush. I have been able to identify most of them, but this pink one stumps me. The blooms are medium to dark pink with the inside of the petals a lighter pink. The striking thing about the blooms is that they never fully open, but remain very rounded or globular. The blooms smell wonderful, either damask or old rose. I believe the petal count is 20 or less. The bush is growing under a fairly young tree, so I don't know if this has affected it. It is a pretty tall bush, wanted to grow over 5 feet. I ruled out the obvious Queen Elizabeth, as the scent is so strong, at least to me. Smells like Perfume Delight.