Trayner pinhole glasses, spectacles with black, op

c.1995 in England

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Trayner pinhole glasses, spectacles with black, opaque plastic lenses which have 11 rows of approximately 12 pinholes in each lens, brown plastic frames, worn for 15 minutes each day to improve the user's natural eyesight, claim to help conditions such as long-sightedness, short-sightedness, VDU users and presbyopia, made for Trayner Pinhole Glasses, Newtown, Bradford on Avon, England, c.1995.


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Trayner Pinhole Glasses

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