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Posted February 02, 2018 06:09:11The aviator glasses are a new collection from the company that is known for the “Aviator” series of glasses, which have been available for nearly three decades.
But they\’re a special occasion item, not for sale, because the collection has already sold out.
The company said the glasses, with their silver lenses and glass base, are an upgrade to the original series, which were produced from 1950 to 1962.
The new set comes with a specially made aluminum headband that can be worn as a headband for up to 10 minutes.
The collection was designed and made by Jumbolail, a family-owned company that owns and operates several aviator and aviation related properties.
Jumbolical glasses have been a hit since the 1970s, when the company was a supplier to a number of major airlines.
Jumbo and the Jumbols are among the company\’s most popular brands, which sells them as part of its “Aviatronics” collection.
A few of the aviator lenses are still on display at the museum in Miami, but they don\’t offer much to look at.
They are just plain plain old lenses.
Jumbolay has sold thousands of the glasses since then.
The company sold the collection to the Smithsonian Institution in 2014, and the collection now resides at the Museum of Flight.
Jimbolair is the only company that made aviator glass that has never been put up for sale.
The glasses are part of a larger collection that is sold on a sliding shelf in the museum, with each piece measuring 3.75 inches by 2.5 inches by 1.25 inches and weighing 3.5 ounces.
They have a white backing that has been coated in a matte finish to make them more aesthetically pleasing.
A museum spokeswoman said the glass is a work of art, but that the collection itself is a rare find.
She declined to comment on pricing or the value of the items.