These vintage sunglasses were made by American Optical in the 1940s-1950s. They have transparent yellow frames and green lenses with cable temples. They measure 5-1/8″ hinge to hinge and 13/16″ across the lens.
These vintage frames were made in the 1920s. They have clear prescription lenses with a light prescription. They have round lenses and sit directly on the bridge of the nose. 4-5/8″ hinge to hinge, 1-9/16″ across lens.
These vintage zippers were made in the 1940s. They are heavy duty, with two-way teeth, developed for the army during WWII, and a spring loaded, pin lock slider. The tape measures 10-3/4″, the teeth track measures 7-1/2″.
These gloves were made by Vanson Leathers from heavyweight cowhide and have a stitched leather bones pattern. They are Vanson’s “Rocket” model, with a zipped cuff. They have the Vanson tag, Vanson embossed logo on the cuff and Vanson branded zippers. They are a size Large.