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The president breathes deep, ready to begin a rousing speech.
Theodore Roosevelt affixes his piece-nez. They lend him an air of gravitas—and allow him to see beyond the first three rows. Before they became the spectacles we know today, eyeglasses went through many changes. And while they’re firmly out of fashion today, Windsor glasses, monocles, and even lorgnettes were all once the very image of stylish accessories. So peer back in time with this collection of vintage eyewear.
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