clip-on frames

Early clip-on frames were designed for two purposes. They were often used to hold reading glasses. The primary frame held distance lenses. When the user needed a reading lens, he or she simply installed the clip-on frames. The clip-on frame was also used to hold sunglass lenses. Most vintage clip-on's were desiged for use with the round Windsor and Marshwood frames. Early clip-on's were also made in the ovid style. The ovid style is often referred to as "P3". Generally clip-on frames are slightly larger than the frame they are attached to.

Vintage Bausch & Lomb Clip-On
Vintage Clip-On Eyeglasses
Antique Clip-On Spectacles
White Gold-Filled Clip-On Frame
1014-12
k4090-34
2111-12
2056-36
Vintage White Gold-Filled Sunglasses
Yellow Lens Sunglasses
Vintage Clip-On Spectacles
Vintage Harley Davidson Clip-On
2188-11
1014-21
1014-27
2264-32
Clear Plastic Clip-On Eyeglasses
Mat Steel Clip-On Frame
White Gold-Filled Clip-On Frame
Yellow Gold-Filled Clip-On
2056-39
k4058-34
k4031-14
pe12c
Yellow Gold-Filled Clip-On
Vintage Clip-On Spectacles
pe15c
pe73c

 

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