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post #1621 of 2091

I am edcipo on ebay and the RB-50 Wayfarer II are 100% authentic and all original 100% guaranteed or your full purchase price will be refunded plus any shipping cost.

We have over 5000 100% positive feedback, you have no worries.

I would be happy to answer any of your questions or concerns.

Ed Cipo

post #1622 of 2091
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Originally Posted by edcipo View Post
 

I am edcipo on ebay and the RB-50 Wayfarer II are 100% authentic and all original 100% guaranteed or your full purchase price will be refunded plus any shipping cost.

We have over 5000 100% positive feedback, you have no worries.

I would be happy to answer any of your questions or concerns.

Ed Cipo

who is saying there are not?

 

what i stated was that theyre damn expensive. and if you still own them i think that proves it they are.

furthermore the often used 24k GP in the item description is misleading, we had contact bout this before...

 

the comment "Vintage Ray-Ban Expert (not)"  is funny as every one can see were all just replying on a chat started by a guy who hasnt been online since

 

Last Online:
 

on 12/4/13

 

so..none of the recent users states he or she is the ray ban expert. people, like myself are just posting and responding to question.

When your name popped up, i was stating your prices are imo very high nd i would not buy at such prices. Hope you dont blame me for that.

in case you sale for those prices: good for you...

 

as for ' Please remove this negative comment!!"   not sure which exactly you are referring to but i have no clue if there is a moderator. but anyway its an open forum, where everyone can share his opinion.

post #1623 of 2091
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Originally Posted by htasmith View Post
 

Yes, these are unique. The issue is all of the Octagon Shaped Ray Bans I have seen all have thin or thinner arms than these. These have thick, flat arms. Very interesting. I came here hoping to find information on them. After reading nearly every page, decided to post a photo, hoping someone would recognize them.

 

sorry, i did not. however the amout of model BL had....its crazy....

post #1624 of 2091

Thank You very much for your reply. It is greatly appreciated.

post #1625 of 2091

I hope this helps....

 

 

RB-50 lens tech.

 

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Ambermatic lens tech...

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post #1626 of 2091
@Musehead

What's the story of the semi-Caribbean model with the vertical bar on the front and the Wayfarer arms?

I've only seen a handful of these.

post #1627 of 2091

Hello, I am new to this site and may have responded to the wrong post. As far as the 24k GP, all RB B&L gold arista frames were gold plated/layered with almost pure 24k Gold. Here's an insert from a B&L catalog.

I hope this helps...

post #1628 of 2091
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Originally Posted by edcipo View Post
 

Hello, I am new to this site and may have responded to the wrong post. As far as the 24k GP, all RB B&L gold arista frames were gold plated/layered with almost pure 24k Gold. Here's an insert from a B&L catalog.

I hope this helps...

 

ok... you got a point... still compared to the gold filled and gold overlayed frames...to me its confusing.

 

ps anyway: welcome to this thread.

post #1629 of 2091
Hello i need help. Can you tell me something about this glasses?


No logo Ray Ban just made in Taiwan
post #1630 of 2091

Hello,

 

1. Vintage Ray-bans described as "New with Tag" on ebay sometimes do have a tag.

2. "New with Tag" at where I live means a pair with a Tag latched onto the bridge of the frame that cannot be detached unless by cutting it loose.

3. Was that a standard anti-counterfeit measure for authentic Ray-ban in the past world-wide?

4. An appeal to native English-speaker: how do you describe the measure mentioned at "2"?

5. Thanks.

 

post #1631 of 2091

No "Authentic" Ray-Ban sunglasses were ever made in Taiwan...

post #1632 of 2091

Just by looking at the pics, the sunglasses look ok. The "new with tag" has very true authentic meaning. If you can fake a pair of Ray-Bans, it should be no problem to fake a "tag"

post #1633 of 2091
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Originally Posted by marijana View Post

Hello i need help. Can you tell me something about this glasses?


No logo Ray Ban just made in Taiwan

very funny... sorry mate, fake as fake can be

post #1634 of 2091
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Originally Posted by doggerel View Post
 

Hello,

 

1. Vintage Ray-bans described as "New with Tag" on ebay sometimes do have a tag.

2. "New with Tag" at where I live means a pair with a Tag latched onto the bridge of the frame that cannot be detached unless by cutting it loose.

3. Was that a standard anti-counterfeit measure for authentic Ray-ban in the past world-wide?

4. An appeal to native English-speaker: how do you describe the measure mentioned at "2"?

5. Thanks.

 

 

 

pair looks fine to me...tags, honestly, to me dont mean a thing. especially not with a cord. must be so easy to fake.

 

ps good to see you back!

post #1635 of 2091
Hello Ossterling. A fine pair of amber it is indeed. I tried to focus on the tag though. In the old days, a tag with close end string like this represents authenticity. Of course, things could be different now.
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