Vintage Spage Age Foster Grant 1960/70 sunglasses. White and cream. USA marked


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Stunning space age sunglasses frame
Foster Grant vintage late 1960/1970
Domed rectangular shape
Plastic, white lucite with cream temples
Bluish gray lenses

Attention, small lack of upper left inner glass not necessarily visible when worn (see photos)
Interior inscriptions on USA temples and FG logo

"Foster Grant was an American plastics molding and manufacturing company specializing in eyewear. Originally founded in 1919 by Sam Foster to produce women's hair accessories, the first pair of eyewear sold in 1929 at Woolworth in Atlantic City. In 1934, Foster Grant became the first American company to adopt injection molding. Their famous 1960s advertising campaign, "Who's Behind These Home Grants", made it a household word. Foster Grant's original molding focused on making a variety of sunglass frames with glass.In the early 1970s, Foster Grant introduced molded acrylic lenses and later developed silicone hard coatings to protect lenses from scratches.
Good vintage condition

Cream frame dimensions: Overall width: 5 1/2 inches or 14 cm -
Height: 1.3/8 inches or 3.5 cm
Dimensional thickness, 1/2 inch or 1.5 cm

Length of white temples: 5 inches or 13.5 mm

Lens dimensions: 50 mm x 25 mm

Comes with a case but not original

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