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post #1831 of 2094
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Originally Posted by Goldy1 View Post
 

Hello Again,

 

Can someone tell me more about a vintage Ray-Ban with this (1st picture)?

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Anyone? I'm very curious. Need help of pro. :)

post #1832 of 2094
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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.
post #1833 of 2094
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Originally Posted by yoli619 View Post



If you check, the guy hasnt been on the forum for around 2,5 years..so whats your point
post #1834 of 2094
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Originally Posted by Goldy1 View Post

Anyone? I'm very curious. Need help of pro. smile.gif

Well...it means the frame is manufactured in West germany. BL had a factory there as well. Id expect the top of the bridge states B&L RAY-BAN U.S.A. LIC!?
post #1835 of 2094

Can you identify the age of these early Ray-Bans? Thank you. Tim

post #1836 of 2094

Hi there. I have a pair of Bausch & Lomb Ray Ban Cats glacier sunglasses that I purchased between 1988-1989. I love these sunglasses and still wear them frequently. Much to my dismay, last week the curved plastic piece that fit over the curved earpiece on one side came off. Is there somewhere that I can order a replacement? BTW, these are very cool glasseswith red frame, the leather side pieces and bridge piece are worn but still supple. I really hope someone can help me replace the earpiece cover.

post #1837 of 2094
post #1838 of 2094

Good afternoon.  

I have a vintage pair of leathers with all the tags.  I am looking to see what they are worth.   I am unsure how to process.   Any direction you can provide would be great.  thanks

post #1839 of 2094
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Originally Posted by isitt4 View Post

Good afternoon.  
I have a vintage pair of leathers with all the tags.  I am looking to see what they are worth.   I am unsure how to process.   Any direction you can provide would be great.  thanks

Hi, welcome

Honestly it really depends a lot on type of leather and lenses mounted.
There are the common leathers, wrapped and woven. Then there are different color of leather and there is austruch.
Lens type differs even more, although leathers most often come with brown photochromatic lenses or just g15.
post #1840 of 2094

No doggerel cats glacier have different temples, not metal cables like aviators
post #1841 of 2094
post #1842 of 2094
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Originally Posted by oosterling View Post

No doggerel cats glacier have different temples, not metal cables like aviators



Right. Mine look like the posted picture, but in red. And now missing a temple end cover. So sad.
post #1843 of 2094
Well, I sold my Ray Ban Leather Shooters. $380. 😀 I guess that's that.
post #1844 of 2094

Congratulations... that's pretty good.

post #1845 of 2094
Thank you, kindly. 😀 I am pleased, to be sure. Shocked and surprised that my Mom had kept them for me all these years. Since early 80's. Yay, Mom-lol.
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