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post #166 of 1596

I have a vintage pair of men's ray bans. they are aviator "flight" sunglasses. they are in mint condition and have the original case. I saw on ebay that they went for $400. Honestly, I am only selling them so I can buy a new pair I will take as low as $200 I think so I can afford my new pair. I can send a photo later but I was just wondering if you were interested. Thanks!

post #167 of 1596

ok so I did a bit more research. The glasses i own are called aviator "shooter" this is a picture from google but they are this type.

post #168 of 1596
I have a pair of B&L aviator sunglasses that are not marked Ray Ban anywhere on them. Are all B&L Aviators marked Ray Ban? They are marked under the bridge B&L 58 14 U.S.A.
They also have the BL mark etched in the glass where the arms meet the frame. The frames are gold colored and the lenses are green and appear to be glass. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks, Jeff.
post #169 of 1596

Do you know what kind of ray ban this is? And maybe what it is worth?

post #170 of 1596
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Originally Posted by musehead View Post

I am a self proclaimed expert on Bausch and Lomb aka Vintage Ray Bans. I have a degree in Vintage Ray Ban Eyewear, if you need help or have a question this is the place to get answers. I also buy them if you have a pair or more you want to sell. Cheers.

Hi musehead.
I have rayban sunglasses that marked 'RAY-BAN TM B&L U.S.A' on its top bridge. It is odm black frame with g15 lense. It is original or fake. Please help me..

Azharm
post #171 of 1596

Hi. I just bought a pair of vintage wayfarers, and I believe they are a special edition. I am wondering how much they are worth.

 

they have the LB in both lenses. inside, on the right side it reads 'L&B RAY-BAN U.S.A.' and 'MOLINARI', on the left it reads 'MOLINARI' and 'WAYFARER'. above one of the lenses on the inside, it reads 'L&B5024'.

 

the 'MOLINARI' is in a slightly smaller font as the rest of the writing.

 

The woman that sold them to me told me a price and when she looked at them regretted selling them.

 

I cannot find any information anywhere online.

 

post #172 of 1596
I have a pair of Bausch and Lomb Ray Ban aviator glasses.
Aprox. 30 years old.
It has the BL inscription on both glasses.
On top of the frame it says B&L Ray Ban U.S.A. And after that something that looks like LIC.
On the right arm at the end is : FRAME W. GERMANY
Can you please tell me what specific type this one is?
Thanks!
Edited by jasja - 4/6/14 at 11:19am
post #173 of 1596

Hi, I am having trouble describing my husbands retro Raybans, have had enquiries from Thailand & UK offering a lot more than I'm advertising as they are the REAL thing as all of the questions regarding 'markings' on them seem to be what they're asking, lens marking, bridge of nose engraving etc, could you poss look at listing & advise me , best offer on table now between 2 ebayers is £95?!  Item  No on ebay is 291120751907 . TIA

post #174 of 1596

Hi I have a pair of ray bans, that I found years ago in my storage room. Not sure what style they are, so I have taken a few pictures. could anyone give me an estimate of how much I could sell them for?

 

Thanks

post #175 of 1596
Hi musehead, I just purchased a pair of vintage ray bans from a pawn shop. I would like to know if they are authentic they are caravan. They have B&L ray ban on the nose bar. I will need a magnifying glass to give you further info. How much can I sell them for?
post #176 of 1596

arnie1.JPG 116k .JPG file I am looking to purchase a vintage pair of Ray-bans.  Can you help me find this pair?  thanks Alex

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post #177 of 1596

Hello.

Please could you help me with my Ray Ban Wayfarer. I I don't now if they are false or what.

On the right side piece it says B & L Ray Ban USA and on the left side piece is the only Wayfarer.

In the edge on both lenses is the BL. They're black and I know they are over 20 years old, but it's all I know.

Thanks.

post #178 of 1596

Hello.

 

I want to buy a pair of Ray Ban 41496013N,this is the code on the pair my brother has.He is a soldier and purchased them overseas a number of years ago.They are black,very heavy/sturdy and wrap round the face.I have tried to communicate this to Ray Ban but their robotic staff just keep directing me to newer models?

 

Could you help please?

 

Thank You

 

Arif

post #179 of 1596
Hi there musehead I've recently bought a pair of bans polarized carbon! Was just woundering if you could give me a price on them thanks !!
post #180 of 1596
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Originally Posted by molo View Post

Hi. I just bought a pair of vintage wayfarers, and I believe they are a special edition. I am wondering how much they are worth.

they have the LB in both lenses. inside, on the right side it reads 'L&B RAY-BAN U.S.A.' and 'MOLINARI', on the left it reads 'MOLINARI' and 'WAYFARER'. above one of the lenses on the inside, it reads 'L&B5024'.

the 'MOLINARI' is in a slightly smaller font as the rest of the writing.

The woman that sold them to me told me a price and when she looked at them regretted selling them.

I cannot find any information anywhere online.





Hi Molo,
My familiarity with B&L Ray Bans is mostly with their USA made Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Balorama models. The fact that these have L&B etched instead of B&L concerns me but I'd have to research further to be sure. Are there any additional markings on the actual frame (not the ear pieces)?
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Originally Posted by Lizette58 View Post

Hello.
Please could you help me with my Ray Ban Wayfarer. I I don't now if they are false or what.
On the right side piece it says B & L Ray Ban USA and on the left side piece is the only Wayfarer.
In the edge on both lenses is the BL. They're black and I know they are over 20 years old, but it's all I know.
Thanks.

Lisette, Can you post pictures? Also, is there lettering on the back of the frames themselves?
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Originally Posted by Rafi View Post

Hello.

I want to buy a pair of Ray Ban 41496013N,this is the code on the pair my brother has.He is a soldier and purchased them overseas a number of years ago.They are black,very heavy/sturdy and wrap round the face.I have tried to communicate this to Ray Ban but their robotic staff just keep directing me to newer models?

Could you help please?

Thank You

Arif

Hi Arif,
Are these wrap arounds? I recall seeing an Italian made Ray Ban that had RB4149 as it's model.

I hope I'm not stepping on toes, just read a couple posts that touched on my faves.

Cheers,
Tony
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