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This is a pair of Vintage 60s Thick Horn Rim Glasses. They have a rectangular shape and are all black with silver rectangular studs in the corners of the lenses and on the temples. Made in France.

These frames are in excellent vintage condition and are New Old Stock. They have never been worn before and are ready for your prescription or sunglass lenses.

Size: Men's Medium

Measurements:
Inside width from temple to temple 4 3/4" or 120mm
Outside width across the face 4 7/8 " or 125 mm
Length of temple 5 1/2" or 140mm
Size listed 44/18

I am more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

About Vintage Eyewear:
Vintage Frames tend to run small so please measure carefully. Compare these measurements to an existing pair of frames you have, so you know if they will fit. Also, look for the frame size printed on the inside of an existing pair of glasses. It will be in this form. 46/22 or 42/22 etc..

Small Imperfections and slight adjustments are normal on most vintage frames, even new old stock, due to age and sitting folded in a box for 50 years. When you take your frames to have lenses installed they can be adjusted. If any major defects or damage is present I will list in the item description.
Please read other store policies before buying.
Thank you

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http://www.etsy.com/shop/CollectableSpectacle

Meet the owner of CollectableSpectacle.

Gwen

Vintage EyeGlasses. Mens Horn Rim Black Glasses. Clark Kent - Mad Men Style.

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: plastic, mixed metal
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, D.C., United States
  • Feedback: 315 reviews
  • Favorited by: 244 people