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RCAF Mk III Flying Goggles dated 1942.
Very good pair of RCAF Mk III Flying Goggles. Identical to the British made counterpart, except for the markings, the goggles featured clear celluloid acetate lenses, blackened brass frames with large leather pads and spring fabric and leather strap. This set is in very god used condition, with both stoppers present, excellent straps with all springs working and nicely marked leather back strap. Lenses are good with only minor scratches. Definitely a better than average pair.
$295 / £240 / €275
1930s Art Deco goggles /sunglasses with grey smoke lenses for flight over water. Probably made by Theodore Hamblin of London.
Came as part of a large collection of flying headgear and are especially nice because they feature the grey smoke lenses specially developed for flying over water. Leather side shields have some small tears but otherwise these look great and display well. No markings that I can find but the distinctive triangular lenses resemble a popular style available from Theodore Hamblin of London. Come with their original, fitted, blue velvet lined aluminium case. A great find and an excellent display accessory.
$40 / £30 / €35 email to secure this item
WWII AAF and USN replacement lenses for the B-6, B-7, AN6530, Willson Mk II and Mk IV flying goggles.
Various available as follows:
USN contract American Optical lenses clear (wrapped, unopened): pair £27 / $35 / €30
AAF Bausch and Lomb lenses, clear (wrapped and in envelope): pair £27 / $35 / €30
AAF / USN clear lenses, used but perfect: pair £22 / $25 / €20
AAF / USN clear lenses, used, one small chip at edge
(doesn't show when installed in frame): pair £15 / $20 / €18