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Green leather frog mouth spectacle case
Green leather frog mouth case with gold crested logo, for straight, half eye spectacles supplied by Carpenter and Westley, London, English, 1810-1860
Case for Extending spectacles
Case for extending spectacles, steel hinged cap, inscribed "F. Cawood 1793", English, 1790-1793
Transverse folding spectacles
Transverse folding spectacles, silver, hallmarked (I.H.) by John Bleuler, London, 1825. Owned by C. Brown, in shagreen snap lid case, English, 1824-1826
Black painted, side-opening oval spectacle case with inlaid decoration.
Aluminium side-opening spectacle case with castelled design around lid.
Leather Spectacle Case
Leather open-ended spectacle case for pince-nez by Aubrey Franks Ltd. of Manchester.
Case for blue tinted spectacles
Tartan patterend case, Carpenter and Westley, London, 1850-1900.
Case, for Orbital rigid patent spectacles
Case for pair of orbital rigid patent spectacles, unsigned, United Kingdom, 1720-1900.
Brass strap hinged leather covered case for pair of 'Martins Margins' spectacles
Leather-covered wooden case with brass strap hinged lid for pair of 'Martins Margins' spectacles with round convex lenses in a blued steel wire frame and turnpin sides, unsigned, United Kingdom, 1800-1825
Pair of spectacles; metal frame, arms hinged, stamped D.30
Red leather snap-lid spectacle case case unsigned, Europe, 1830-1900.
Tortoiseshell spectacle case with button catch and metal collar, the lid lined with red velvet but the velvet from the collar missing, unsigned, Europe, 1801-1900
Spectacle case, opening at one end with hinged lid, by Goerge Jackson & Sons Ltd.
Black fishskin spectacle case
Black fishskin specatacle case, lined with green velvet, unsigned, Europe, 1780-1870.
Folding case for spectacles, steel edged frame with leather panels, unsigned, Europe, 1800-1920
Tortoiseshell spectacle case with button catch and metal collar lined with red velvet, unsigned, Europe, 1801-1900
Spectacles case for spectacles belonging to the Revd. J.W. Hawksley in 1849
Spectacles case for spectacles belonging to the Revd. J.W. Hawksley in 1849, unsigned, United Kingdom, 1830-1849.
Spectacle case with hinged lid
Spectacle case with hinged lid, opening from the end, unsigned, Europe, 1850-1900
Aluminium Spectacle Case
Small side-opening aluminium case painted red with black spots.
Shaped fishskin case for folding glasses (c.1760-70)
Shaped fishskin case for folding Glasses (c.1760-70)