Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 6
VS211: Vintage Ray-Ban 58mm driving sunglasses are quite unique, combining moderately reflective mirrored B&L brown B-15 lenses great for all light conditions with the top "General" bar and regular ear stems for easy removal. Tell Me More
VS212: It was difficult to wrench these vintage Ray-Ban 62mm Caravan sunglasses out of the hands of our staff, for they are quite unique and rare in that they have a red tortoise shell General bar and red tortoise ear pads that are almost impossible to find in vintage Ray-Ban Caravans. Tell Me More
VS213: From the deadstock cache of a Wisconsin optician's estate, check out these gold plated vintage Ray-Ban 58mm aviator / driving sunglasses with top General bar and regular ear stems for easy on and off convenience. Tell Me More
VS217: Very fine B&L Ray-Ban Leathers sunglasses feature the hard to find leather wrapped General top nose bar and gold plated Ray-Ban aviator frame with 62mm B&L green G-15 lenses. The Bausch & Lomb G-15 lenses were the original anti-glare B&L aviator lenses made to fully protect your eyes while looking great, and each lens is marked with the etched BL near the hinge points plus the Ray-Ban logo in script on the right lens. Tell Me More
VS224: Vintage Ray-Ban W2960 Sidestreet sunglasses are c 1980s and have a look that's sure to get noticed with tortoise shell ear stems and Ray-Ban G-15 anti-glare lenses. The tortoise stems really stand out on these sunglasses and pick up more reddish hues than the more common orange. Tell Me More
VS228: Vintage Ray-Ban W0793 Onyx sunglasses capture one of the most striking retro looks imaginable with their uniquely angular and oversized tortoise shell frame. The French tortoise shell frame has great translucence and looks great with the Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses, one of the most popular frame and lens combinations in the iconic Ray-Ban Onyx line. Tell Me More
VS230: Just in and seldom lasting more than a week on the site, early and vintage Ray-Ban Arctic CATS glacier sunglasses feature B&L reflective lenses, leather side flaps, and a great Ray-Ban CATS French nylon frame that shades from dark to light for a unique 2 tone effect not usually seen in Ray-Ban sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS232: Very early Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses c 1940s feature rare 52mm lenses, a smaller size than the typical mininum 58mm lenses and only made very early in Baush & Lomb production. They predate the use of the Ray-Ban logo in script as well as a laser etched BL on the lenses which is one of the means we use to date vintage Ray-Bans. Tell Me More
VS234: Early Bausch & Lomb AN6531 Type II shooter sunglasses are one of the earliest styles of Ray-Ban aviators ever made c late 1930s/ 1940s, issued to Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps aviators as flying sunglasses in the years leading up to and during World War II . They have bakelite nose pads, an early bakelite "General" bar, very early B&L Shade 2 Tru Green anti-glare lenses, and outdoorsman cable shooter ear stems for a secure fit. Tell Me More
VS238: Very early vintage Bausch & Lomb cat eye sunglasses c 1950s pre-date the use of the Ray-Ban trademark and have the most complete set of design bells and whistles collectors and vintage fashion enthusiasts look for in the finest vintage sunglasses. Tell Me More
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