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Alpina M1 White With Gold Rivets

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Vintage Alpina M1 sunglasses feature the very hard to find white / silver Alpina M1 frame made in West Germany and gold rivets that decorate the front of the frame and look great set against the white of this rare M1. The gold ear stems of the Alpina M1 complement the gold frame and gold rivets of the front, and the moderately oversized appearance and striking combination of white and gold makes this one of the most sought after of fine vintage sunglasses. You'll find many celebrities who have worn the Alpina M1 over the years including Kanye West - plus a few others you may have seen who bought their M1's here at the Vintage Sunglasses Shop. The unisex Alpina M1 frame measures approximately 5.875" temple to temple, and the lenses measure approximately 2.375" x 2.125" at the widest points with the right lens laser etched Alpina. The rear of the frame above the nose bridge is impressed Alpina M1 Made in W. Germany along with 64 [] 14, and one ear stem is impressed Design By Alpina Made in Germany while the other stem is impressed with the unique serial number.

Item VDS917 / Price: SOLD

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