Victory Optical 1960's
1960's round thick eyeglass frames in warm Tortoise. Black has sold.  Made in USA by Victory Optical. Vintage unused new old stock.

****SOLD OUT**** 1960's round thick eyeglass frames in Black or Warm Tortoise. 
Made in USA by Victory Optical.
Vintage unused new old stock.

The frame fronts measure 4mm thick (3/16") and their temples measure 3mm thick.
I've only got one pair of each of these and don't think my vintage supplier has another.  
This pair came right off his shelves and date back to the 1960's.  
In perfect condition and will suit a long, oval, oblong narrow face. 
I'm the model and I have a narrow oval face and they're perfect on me.   

Strong double star rivets and 5 barrel hinges.
Please note the temples length on these......Marked 5 1/4" (135mm), so those of you who need 140mm (5 1/2" temples)
these will be too short for you and you won't be comfortable in them.


  • Frame width: 5 1/4" (135mm)

  • Frame height: 1 15/16" (50mm)

  • Frame material: Acetate

  • Lens width: Paper sleeve states 44mm but I measured 41mm across the center of the lens opening (1 5/8")

  • Lens height: Same as above.  It's a perfect circle.

  • Hinge to hinge width: 5 1/8" (129mm)

  • Bridge (DBL): 22mm

  • Temple length: 5 1/4" (135mm)

  • Spring hinge: No

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 2 1/2" (65mm)

  • Lenses: None

  • Head size: Narrow to average

  • Optical quality: Absolutely

  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

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