18th century sliding temple spectacles

Sliding temple spectacles featured a temple arm that was movable. The temple arm could be retracted for storage. When in use, the temple arm was extended. This type of spectacle stayed in place better than straight temples. However, they could not be used while riding a horse or running. They would stay in place while doing common household chores and light work.

Historic Sliding Temple Spectacles
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
Coin Silver Sliding Temple Spectacles
Brass Sliding Temple Spectacles Circa 1790
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3124-06
2169-17
1047-02
Antique Sliding Temple Spectacles
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
American Sliding Temple Spectacles
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188-14
1099-07
2119-23
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
Antique Sliding Temple Spectacles
Steel 18th Century Sliding Temple Spectacles
Coin Silver Sliding Temple Spectacles
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294-07
2142-18
Coin Silver Sliding Temple Spectacles
Nickel and Silver Sliding Temple Spectacles
McAllister Sliding Temple Spectacles
Antique Sliding Temple Spectacles
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2077-07
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Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
American Revolution Era Sliding Temple Spectacles
18th Century Four Lens Frame
Steel Sliding Temple Sunglasses
2169-18
1001-38
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2298-29
18th Century Sliding Temple Frame
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
American Revolution Era Sliding Temple Frame
German Sliding Temple Spectacles
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2119-02
273-17
1139-08
Antique Sliding Temple Frame
Steel Sliding Temple Eyeglasses
1700s Sliding Temple Spectacles
Antique Four Lens Silver Spectacles
2049-22
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1066-22
1051-18
Steel Sliding Temple Eyeglasses
18th Century Sliding Temple Spectacles
Steel Sliding Temple Spectacles
18th Century Metal Eyeglasses
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1064-12
1049-11
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Civil War Era McAllister Spectacles
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