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post #196 of 2005
Just gonna jump in here again, as there are a lot of questions on here going unanswered and I don't check here often. If anyone wants to email me direct about any questions, particularly about aviator ray ban styles then feel free. Email address is youtubejacs@hotmail.co.uk or YouTube channel mmafia1

Jack
Edited by mmafia1 - 6/8/14 at 2:53pm
post #197 of 2005

Only mark on button is on the front and it is a red triangle shaped mark.

post #198 of 2005

I have figured out these are 55mm 3025 aviators I believe. Ones made prior to when the started putting the white cursive brand name on the right lens and also prior to the laser etching on the lenses. So what I need to find, is a pair of replacement lenses that are green, unmirrored or mirrored, but without the white cursive logo. I would be ok with getting ones with the laser etching on them. Anyone know where I can find some? Thx. D

post #199 of 2005

mmafia1 I tried to email you but it did not accept the email address.

post #200 of 2005

Hi,

 

I'm thinking of purchasing a pair of B&L sunglasses on ebay, but I have some doubts whether they genuine or not.

Here is the item description: They are embossed with B&L on the left lens and embossed on top of frame with B&L RAYBAN USA they are 20+ years old ,they are gold with brown lenses.

 

Now I've read that both lenses and the bottom of the bridge part of the frame and the nosepads should also have B&L /  B&L RAYBAN USA. In this case I only know that one of the lenses does have B&L on it. Could these still be genuine, or should I pass on them?

post #201 of 2005
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Originally Posted by Idkleine View Post

mmafia1 I tried to email you but it did not accept the email address.

Sorry, my bad. Just amended the address. Youtubejacs@hotmail.co.uk
post #202 of 2005

Hi,

 

Did Ray-Ban start to use laser etch at the beginning? Or they first used chemical/mechanical etching technique.

 

Some Ray-Ban USA have thin BL being etched on both lens, some have thicker BL on both lens, some have only BL on the right lens. Could you please advise?

 

The BL signs in attached picture look so thick. Are they fake? I guess that some were "older" so they have not used laser etch which created thinner BL.

 

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post #203 of 2005

I have a pair of Ray-bans and I am not sure of the value, although I am sure they are vintage and they are worn.  Is there a way to send you a picture to see what you think they'd be worth and if you interested in buying them?

 

 


Edited by jgreear78j - 6/10/14 at 8:05pm
post #204 of 2005

hi I have got a pair of ray ban generals 50th anniversary 1937-1987 in excellent condition plus case I bought them new.
the question is how much are they worth as ebay prices are very confusing thanks.

post #205 of 2005
Hello,
In March of 2009 I went o Orlando and while I was there I bought two pairs (Ray Ban)of the same model but different colors ( Black and Tortoise). Some one broke in to my car an stole my stuff including both sunglasses. I have look all over and have not been able to find them for sale and I do not know the model. I have never seen it anywhere else. I was told "It must have been discontinued". If so I still want to know the model so can search on the net for used ones. Can you HELP ME PLEASE. I don't think I have any pictures of it, but I can describe And I am willing to reward you (I am sure we can work some out) for your services on helping find it.

PS: Here are some tips:
I remember when I bought it the lady at the store told me that it was a new model. So it must've been 2008 or 2009 model.
All plastic frames (except the metal hinges)
The lenses was one large peace outside the frame going over the nose covering both eyes and screwed on from inside out.
Edited by Wkleber - 6/14/14 at 10:47pm
post #206 of 2005
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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 #207 of 2005
Hi Musehead
I came accross this forum when looking for information on a pair of Bausch and Lomb Ray ban sunglasses from what I have gathered on my internet search, is these are a Vintage pair of Predator 5. I managed to find a style number from a pair selling on eBay W2172. They have the G15 lens, matte black frames. Prestine condition in the original case as well. Let me know if you would be interested in purchasing these?

Thank you
post #208 of 2005

Can anyone tell me what model this is I lost them and would like to purchase another set
post #209 of 2005
I have a question for the vintage ray ban expert. I have a vintage black aviator ray bans with all the proper markings.... 58 0 14 ..... BL on lens and nose pieces, etc. They are wrap around the ear without any plastic and have a handle like tip on the wrap around ear section. Almost as if you could flick the glasses off quickly which leads me to believe they may be a military or law enforcement model. If you can enlighten me with any information that would be great. Have a wonderful day! Thanks
post #210 of 2005
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Originally Posted by abellaa View Post


Can anyone tell me what model this is I lost them and would like to purchase another set


They look like olympian model possibly mark 3.

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