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Cazal Vintage 236

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-RARE vintage eyeglasses Cazal 236 col. 97/57 W.Germany
-Original vintage made in West Germay from '80s
-Massive High Quality frame typical of CAZAL production
-Cool Square design with exclusive details by Cari Zalloni
-Chrome Gold front with massive Spotted Blacj Top bar
-Sturdy Spotted Black arms with Golden metal frame
-Chrome-atin Gold hinges with detailed Cazal signature
-Original demo lenses with "CAZAL" engraved mark
-Silicone nosepads with Silver CAZAL signature
- without original box,
-Convertible into sunglasses
-New Old Stock, Never Worn with original Mint Box
-RARE COLLECTOR'S ITEM
-MINT CONDITIONS

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