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Pair of vintage mother of pearl opera glasses, together with a pair of vintage tortoiseshell opera glasses

A French pair of mother of pearl, inlaid opera glasses, Paris, first half 20th century of typical form with a double-hinged and locking handle, brass-finished with mother-of-pearl inlays, fittings and handle. in the style of French maker Iris, Paris

A French pair of mother of pearl, inlaid opera glasses, Paris, first half 20th century of typical form with a double-hinged and locking handle, brass-finished with mother-of-pearl inlays, fittings. in the style of French maker LeMaire, Paris

A pair of vintage mother-of-pearl opera glasses, late 19th to early 20th century, the traditionally styled binoculars in brass with mother-of-pearl casing. Length 10 cm

Pair enamelled opera glasses, with J. R. Rowland Melbourne, retailers name, third quarter 19th century decorated with champleve enamel scenes, M.O. Pearl inscribed 'J.R. Rowland, Melb.' width 11 cm note: J.R. Rowland is recorded as a Victorian exhibitor at

A pair of French enamelled and mother-of-pearl opera glasses, late 19th century, with maker's mark for Premier Paris, retailed through Gurney & Ware, Kansas city, USA, having a folding handle and mother-of-pearl eye pieces, exquisitely enamelled with portr

A pair of French mother of pearl opera glasses with original leather case Lemaire of Paris 'Bee' maker mark

Pair of mother a pearl opera glasses with extendable handle

A pair of reading spectacles in original case Yarnall & Bendell; 253s 16th St. Phila,1930s; American; glass, metal, leather and cotton case; good condition, leather fragile on case

Pair of vintage opera glasses, with faux tortoiseshell decoration

Two pairs opera glasses. C.1910 cased French type; and Bushnell 3X with leather case.

A pair of George IV silver spectacles with double-hinged arms.

Five Victorian papier mache pieces: three snuff boxes, a casket and a spectacles case. (5).

A rare pair of William IV sterling silver framed spectacles with riveted folding arms. Birmingham, 1834.

Three various pairs binoculars, including Bausch and Lomb sport glasses; Le Jeune French cased glasses (poor condition); and 1960 Sun cross 6 x 15 compact binoculars

Pair mother of pearl opera glasses. Marked J. Lassetter & Co. Ld. Case missing

Iris of Paris mother of pearl and brass vintage opera glasses

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