Optical Related Commercial Websites

Two eyeglass cases embossed with the name of J. Waldstein who was famous for developing the first rimless all glass spectacles. Very rarely seen
Two eyeglass cases embossed with the name of J. Waldstein who was famous for developing the first rimless all glass spectacles. Very rarely seen
Miniature spectacles, round frame, steel, turnpin sides, tinted lenses, mid-19th century
Miniature spectacles, round frame, steel, turnpin sides, tinted lenses, mid-19th century
Round frame four lens spectacles, tortoiseshell with double hinge sides (circa 1820) and also steel with turn-pin sides (circa 1800). Quite unusual.
Round frame four lens spectacles, tortoiseshell with double hinge sides (circa 1820) and also steel with turn-pin sides (circa 1800). Quite unusual.
Three bejeweled lorgnettes, circa 1900, Docopp Collection
Three bejeweled lorgnettes, circa 1900, Docopp Collection
Voigtlander opear glasses, with the original case, circa 1823, Sternberg-Josefson Collection. Quite rare
Voigtlander opear glasses, with the original case, circa 1823, Sternberg-Josefson Collection. Quite rare

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  www.eyeantiques.com
Interoptika http://www.Interoptika.ru
Christies
  C.W. Dixey & Son Ltd., London, UK
Eyes Way www.eyesway.com, a global portal for optics and eyewear

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  The Marlene Harris Collection
  Pierre Marly Optician
  optiker.at, Virtuelles Museum der Augenoptik
Optiker-Holz optiker-holz
  Alex Peck Medical Antiques
  www.E-Dr.com 
  NLvision.nl
  S J Phillips, Ltd., London, United Kingdom
  Skinner, Inc., Bolton, MA
  The Dorotheum, Vienna, Austria
  Jas. Townsend & Son, Pierceton, IN
  www.otticavascellari.it
  Bonhams, London, UK
  www.bowdenandlowe.com
  www.kalozenski.de
  www.phisick.com
www.schmidts-ma-brillen.com www.schmidts-ma-brillen.com
  Zeeuws Veilinghuis (Auctionhouse Zeeland), Middelburg, The Netherlands
  Simon Chorley Art & Antiques, Gloucestershire, UK
  Brillenmuseum in Brillenhaus-Wilke, Hamburg, Germany
  www.kevincaron.com/eyeontheweb The KNLS radio program “Eye on the Web” sponsored by sculptor Kevin Caron (www.kevincaron.com). On a monthly basis he features “wild, wacky, and truly wonderful Web sites.
  http://www.historiceyewearcompany.com  (a great place for adventurous people to purchase reproduction antique eyeglass frames for re-enactors, living historians, docents costumers, and actors)
  Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, Illinois
  John Atzbach Antiques, Redmond, WA



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