Vintage and Antique Sunglasses, Steampunk and Motorcycle Goggles - Page 6

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VS1277: Vintage Bolle 5504 sunglasses feature a high quality black chrome frame and highly reflective Bolle orange mirrored lenses that combine fine optical quality with a color and finish to make a real design statement. These are true vintage Bolle sunglasses c 1980s - early 1990s, and trust us when we tell you that they bear little comparison to Bolles made today vis a vis quality. These have the weight, look, and optical quality of vintage Revo sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS1288: Vintage Pioneer steampunk safety goggles feature a very early pioneer frame c 1940s with glass side blinkers and Bausch & Lomb Shade 2 green mineral glass lenses. Pioneer along with Bausch & Lomb, American Optical, and Wilson were the early makers of this type of safety goggle, and they often collaborated in sharing frames and lenses to keep manufacturing rolling in the years of shortage around World War II. Tell Me More

VS1359-1: Antique gold plated sunglasses with oval amber glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1359-2: Antique gold plated sunglasses with oval green - gray glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1359-3: Antique Civil War sharpshooter glasses are one of the rarest of all antique eyewear, featuring the unique amber sharpshooter lenses, glass lenses with a frosted effect blocks peripheral vision and focuses the eye's attention on the center clear circle for deadly aim. Tell Me More

VS1360-1: Antique silver plated sunglasses with oval green - gray glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1360-2: Antique rimless sunglasses feature gold plated ear stems and nose bridge with rare and unique light green hexagonal glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1360-3: Antique sunglasses feature B&L Bausch & Lomb BL 40 lenses and a strong gunmetal frame and are one of the rarest of all antique sunglasses to find. Color your world blue with the early Bausch & Lomb blue BL40 lenses. Tell Me More

VS1389: Vintage American Optical round steampunk safety goggles c 1930s - 1940s feature large round green mineral glass lenses along with leather side blinkers and nose guard, a rare treasure from this early period of quality sunglasses and goggle production. During these years American Optical and Bausch & Lomb often worked together, even sharing frames and lenses to mix and match as both companies struggled to maintain production in the years leading up to World War II. Tell Me More

VS1390: Vintage Bausch & Lomb AN6531 Type II Kalichrome shooter sunglasses c 1940s were right out of the US military production during this period, a unique style and shape that is always instantly recognizable by those in the know. Army Air Force, USN, USMC all adopted Bausch & Lomb "Ray-ban" AN6531 Type II flying sunglasses, issued to aviators and select others during WWII. The Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C yellow lens was developed around this time specifically for hunters and shooters. Tell Me More

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