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    Clayton Moore "The Lone Ranger" personal appearance ski glasses. (ca. 1970s-1980s) Vintage original Pierre Cardin brand navy blue skiing glasses with padded nose guard and bridge. Bearing golden Pierre Cardin logo on both sides of lenses, and "Pierre Cardin, Paris" in gold gilt text on inner right temple. Worn at appearances to suggest the identity-concealing mask worn by Moore, as "The Lone Ranger" in the series. The owners of the "The Lone Ranger" rights engaged in a five-year legal battle to prevent Moore from wearing any part of his original costume for personal, public, or TV appearances from the late 1970s through the mid 1980s. Moore creatively used glasses that perpetuated the legend of the character, who vowed to conceal his identity until the case of his murdered brother was solved and the original mask could be donned again. Acquired from the Clayton Moore estate.Exhibiting glue remnants from previous repair to the hinges. In vintage fine condition.

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    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
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