Vintage and Antique Sunglasses, Steampunk and Motorcycle Goggles - Page 7

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VS1401: Vintage AO American Optical AN6531 Kalichrome shooter sunglasses are extremely rare, the AN 6531 military issue that you can sometimes find with Bausch & Lomb RB-3 or G-15 lenses but hardly ever with yellow Kalichrome C lenses. During the years leading up to and during World War II, American Optical and Bausch & Lomb collaborated and shared designs in the manufacturing of sunglasses for the US military. Tell Me More

VS1407: Vintage AO American Optical Ful Vue 12k gold filled Kalichrome shooters c 1940s - 1950s were first popularized by hunters and shooters who valued the amazing visual acuity made possible by the yellow Kalichrome lenses of these early AO sunglasses. If you've never looked through vintage Kalichrome yellow lenses, you'll be amazed by the sharpness and visual acuity that's enhanced by these innovative mineral glass lenses especially in haze and low light conditions. Tell Me More

VS1493: Vintage B&L12k GF Ful Vue sunglasses were one of the very earliest styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb, an intricately etched gold frame that looks great with the equally early B&L green mineral glass lenses. You can't beat the quality of these early B&L12k gold filled Ful Vue sunglasses, where 1/10 of the metal in the frame is 12k gold and of course all on the exterior comprising the plating. Tell Me More

VS1521: Vintage B&L12k GF Ful Vue shooter sunglasses were one of the very earliest styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb, an intricately etched gold frame that looks great with the equally early B&L green mineral glass lenses. You can't beat the quality of these early B&L12k gold filled Ful Vue shooters (and much rarer than the B&L Ful Vue sunglasses with regular paddle ear stems), where 1/10 of the metal in the frame is 12k gold and of course all on the exterior comprising the plating. Tell Me More

VS1626: Vintage 1950s Brevete folding cat eye folding sunglasses were produced in only very small quantities, a midcentury engineering marvel of fashion design that also features a matching celluloid chain. You'll be the belle of the ball if you're seen in these rhinestone studded rich tortoise shell celluloid sunglasses with a translucence that instantly tells you they date to the 1950s. The nose bridge is in reality a round rhinestone decorated pivot that allows the ear stems to fold down across the front frame. Tell Me More

VS1633: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-185 sunglasses feature highly reflective double gradient mirror lenses have the look of vintage Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses but with that typical early Maui Jim flair c 1990s. The tortoise shell top accents and ear stems coupled with the double gradient mirror lenses give these a look nobody will mistake for Ray-Bans, a style that's equally at home for formal and casual occasions. Tell Me More

VS1634: Vintage Oliver Peoples OP-632 sunglasses feature very rare OP purple lenses in one of the few rimless styles ever produced by Oliver Peoples during their golden age of the 1980s and 1990s. You'll love the contrast of the purple lenses with the gleaming silver frame with uniquely shaped nose bridge and hinges, and the lenses themselves are a shape you really won't see anywhere else that gives the OP 632 style its enduringly popular and very hard to find design. Tell Me More

VS1647: Vintage Bausch & Lomb sunglasses feature early and rare B&L octagonal G-15 mineral glass lenses, the shape of which is - and trust us on this - a real manufacturing and production achievement. The fact that B&L could also produce the shape with their optical quality glass which originated real anti-glare optical properties is even more amazing. The production of these early B&L sunglasses pre-dates the widespread introduction by B&L of the Ray-Ban brand. Tell Me More

VS1656: Vintage Raybert sunglasses c 1950s - early 1950s feature a translucent French frame that really lets the light shine through analogous to a Ray-Ban Wayfarer Frost frame but with much more translucence. Temples and ear stems are elaborately decorated with etched designs studded with rhinestones. Tell Me More

VS1658: Vintage Julbo Sherpa 079 glacier glasses feature Julbo Spectron 3 blue mirror lenses, high performance alpine quality lenses made to reflect arctic glare and look super cool at the same time. The Julbo Sherpa frame is flexible rubber, both comfortable to wear and guaranteed not to stick to your skin no matter how extreme the cold. Black Leather side blinkers protect your eyes from wind, glare, and wind driven snow coming in from the sides. Tell Me More

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