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post #1876 of 2091


Hi
My father found these i an old box. We think they are ray-bans an we would sure appreciate if somebody could enlight us.
post #1877 of 2091

I found a pair of Ray-ban's at flee market. I don't know value of these kinds of items, should be more than I paid (5€).

I'm not complete sure are they authentic, but most likely they are. I have been looking from all over the internet and didn't get lucky finding the pair I have.

Top bar says the typical  B&L RAY-BAN U.S.A, 62 [] 14


http://i.imgur.com/IQKzr8y.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/XZIr8c9.jpg

I would like know what model are they, are they anything special and rough price estimation.

 

Thanks!

post #1878 of 2091

Hello Joyce,

Once you have been blocked from ebay it very doubtful you can go back. This has happened to me and I had to get a 3rd party letter to authenticate the sunglasses and show that i had bought them on ebay. The fact that I bought them on ebay is probably the only way I got my account reinstated. You are most likely being targeted by Luxottica, Italy. They are the new owners of Ray-Ban since 1999. You will have to go online and write a lot of letters to Luxottica and ebay and ask what will it take to get your items back online.

We buy Vintage sunglasses in wholesale quantities, if this interests you, please let us know.

You can find us at www.ARealTreasure.com and email at edobay@live.com

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Ed Cipo

post #1879 of 2091

Sorry friend, the only thing that looks real is the gold tag, the case, and sunglasses are  fake counterfeit.

post #1880 of 2091
Trying to date these vintage cats if poss they have BL etched on both lenses ray ban on both arms ...inside right arm 'frame France'...inside left arm 'Bausch &lomb ' what's interesting is there's no model number and the arms go from fat to thin before dropping round ear and I can't find any images of them
post #1881 of 2091
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Originally Posted by edcipo View Post
 

Sorry friend, the only thing that looks real is the gold tag, the case, and sunglasses are  fake counterfeit.

 

and actually the gold tag....ive seen it being replicated so often.

And anyway the tortuga layer seems to be messed up pretty roughly, so even when authentic, value is determined by condition.... you can guess where this story is going i guess

post #1882 of 2091

Hi Joyce,

 

please post some picutres. Im getting curious for this pair :-)

post #1883 of 2091

Looks like 1980s

post #1884 of 2091
Dear experts, please help authenticate this pair of 90s ray ban sunglasses I bought on ebay. The seller assured me they are authentic and they bought all the vintage Ray Bans they have for sale during B&l store liquidation. I am suspicious because there no markings on the earpieces and temples. [IMG]Thanks for your help!
post #1885 of 2091

From what I can see, they look authentic, not all authentic B&L Ray-Bans have markings on the temples.

A few more close up clear pics would help.

post #1886 of 2091

Here are more pictures on the first pair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


I also won these B&L sunglasses on ebay. Not sure they are ray bans but the listing says Bausch & Lomb circa 1950. Please help me ID these.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you!

post #1887 of 2091

They both look authentic. Look with behind the nose bridge on both, it should say B&L Ray-Ban, one or the other or both. You will need a magnifier.

post #1888 of 2091
Thanks!
post #1889 of 2091

See these how much you give for these?i want to bet this and they are too cheap

http://www.ebay.com/itm/122068128486?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

James

 

post #1890 of 2091
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Originally Posted by Dmarques View Post
 

See these how much you give for these?i want to bet this and they are too cheap

http://www.ebay.com/itm/122068128486?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

James

 

 

 

If it sold for US$20 it would be value for money,

but as bidding is going on so maybe it's too early to say whether it's too cheap.

As regards prices... go for the price you're willing to pay. 

They are worth what you are willing to pay.

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