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|Category||Fashion / Clothing Shoes Accessories|
|Available In||USA , North America , Oceania|
|Expiring On||Jul 28, 2017|
Browline, Horn Rim, G-man glasses and Clubmaster are a style of eyeglass frames which were very popular during the 1950s,
especially in the United States. The name derives from the fact that the bold upper part of the frames frame the lenses
in the same way that eyebrows frame the eyes. The glasses were first manufactured in 1947 and quickly emulated by various manufacturers.
The design became the most common style of eyeglasses throughout the 1960s and the early 1970s before it was surpassed in popularity by solid plastic styles. In the 1980s, interest in the design was reinvigorated alongside the popular Wayfarer Sunglasses.
This was the style worn by Malcolm X and later by Tom Hanks in the movie "CATCH ME IF YOU CAN"
and Kevin Costner in "JFK," and many of the actors at Mission Control in "APOLLO 13."
1. Temple to temple measures 5-1/4"
2. Lens height measures 1-7/8"
3. Lens width measures 2"
4. Extreme right to extreme left measures 5"
5. Extreme top to extreme bottom measures 2"
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