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VS2011: Vintage American Optical Ful Vue goggles are hugely popular today with bkers and motorsports enthusiasts - and people who just want to look uniquely cool - but they started life back in the first quarter of the 20th century and have stood the test of time. In the late 1920's, the American Optical Company (AO), the largest manufacturer of eyewear and prescription lenses in the world at the time, filed patents on their new "Ful-Vue" design. The Ful-Vue idea was to raise the point where the arms joined the frame. Tell Me More

VS2012: Vintage Wilson steampunk goggles started life c 1930s as safety goggles but today they are actively sought after by motorcycle and vintage motorcyle enthusiasts. These Wilson goggles are exceptionally rare in the silver plate with round amber lenses, and you'll love both the look and the function of the hinged perforated silver plated side blinkers. The side blinkers fold inward to allow them to fit easily in a case, and the curved outdoorsman shooter ear stems give you a secure fit when riding. Tell Me More

VS2013: Vintage Ray-Ban Military Caravan sunglasses feature the hard to find black chrome variation of the iconic gold plated version of these vintage Ray-Ban Caravan sunglasses in the elongated, more rounded style for which they're famous. The lenses are also slightly larger than a traditional Caravan, but we think you'll agree that the size, shape, and curves of the military Caravan fit remarkably well on a wide variety of faces while providing additional surface area of eye protection. Tell Me More

VS2014: Vintage Serengeti Drivers 5225 G sunglasses are one of the classic Serengeti styles of aviator sunglasses c 1980s during the golden age of the company, when the lenses were still glass and still made by Corning Optics of Corning glass fame. The durable gold plated aviator frame is very well constructed and durable enough to hold the oversized aviator lenses, and the lens tint is a perfect color complement with the gold frame. Tell Me More

VS2015: This listing includes vintage Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban 12k GF clip on sunglasses with B&L RB-3 and yellow Kalichrome C lenses as well as American Optical intricately etched clip on sunglasses with their iconic green mineral glass AO lenses. Tell Me More

VS2016: Rare and authentic antique and vintage sunglasses and eyewear from the 1880s and 1890s through the early 1930s. Tell Me More

VS2017: More rare and authentic antique and vintage sunglasses and eyewear from the 1880s and 1890s through the early 1930s. Tell Me More

VS2018: Vintage Vuarnet 129 Skilynx glacier glasses are a sleek, low profile style variation of the family of iconic Vuarnet glacier glasses, featuring amazing Vuarnet Skilynx double gradient mirror lenses. Vuarnet PX-4000 Skilynx lenses are an amber-yellow base mineral glass lens with anti-reflective interior coatings and double gradient silver exterior filters that eliminates glare and reflection while enhancing contrast and depth of field - known as the essential lens for in the mountains and at sea. Tell Me More

VS2019: Vintage Versace S99 89M sunglasses are a rare, very low production color variation of the iconic Versace S99 frame design, a dark gray that's quite eye catching and a perfect complement to the raised gold plated GV (Gianni Versace) logo on both ear stems. Versace S99 sunglasses are also known for their angular design and highly tapered ear stems that provide a unique look you won't find in any other brand of vintage designer sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS2020: Gianni Versace S34 89M Medusa Head sunglasses c mid 1998s are a fine example from the golden age of vintage Versace sunglasses c mid 1990s. Everything about the Versace Model S34 exudes the finest Italian sunglasses quality, from the unique silver plated link chain ear stems, open link nose bridge, and the Versace trademark silver Medusa head that decorates both ear stems. Tell Me More

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