World War II Goggles

Vintage era World War II goggles were worn by serviceman between 1939 and 1945. It isn't uncommon to find vintage world war two goggles in military surplus stores, but for the greatest selection, Ebay is probably your best bet. You'll find goggles and other eye wear used by the US Military, the RAF and the German Luftwaffe. You should also easily find military goggles worn by the regular German and Russian armies.

There are many types of WW2 era goggles, depending on the types of military applications that they were needed for, so you'll find goggles worn for aviation, mountaineering and even for tank crews (helped protect from dust and grime).

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WWII Mk VIII RAF fighter goggles
WWII Mk VIII RAF fighter goggles $300.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 7:35:26 PDT

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German WWII WW2 Dust Goggles Mint Lot of 20 still sealed w original band
German WWII WW2 Dust Goggles Mint Lot of 20 still sealed w original band $100.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 7:36:12 PDT
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AVIATOR FLYING GOGGLES WWII IN ORIGINAL CARRYING CASE
AVIATOR FLYING GOGGLES WWII IN ORIGINAL CARRYING CASE $49.95
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 7:44:06 PDT

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1940s WWII USN PILOTS AIRPLANE AVIATORS GOGGLES R37 G 3810 FLYING TYPE II
1940s WWII USN PILOTS AIRPLANE AVIATORS GOGGLES R37 G 3810 FLYING TYPE II $50.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 10:30:48 PDT

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WWII German Sand Goggles 10pr
WWII German Sand Goggles 10pr $25.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 11:01:17 PDT
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WWII US ARMY AIR FORCES TYPE B 8 FLYING GOGGLESLENSE IN BOXES USAF STRAMPUNK
WWII US ARMY AIR FORCES TYPE B 8 FLYING GOGGLESLENSE IN BOXES USAF STRAMPUNK $30.99 (3 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 11:29:52 PDT

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WWII German Photo Luftwaff Pilot in Flight Gear with Goggles and Cap
WWII German Photo Luftwaff Pilot in Flight Gear with Goggles and Cap $14.99
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 12:09:51 PDT

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Green Glass Aviators Goggles Leather ette Sunglasses Motorcycle WWII era
Green Glass Aviators Goggles Leather ette Sunglasses Motorcycle WWII era $29.99
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 12:19:20 PDT

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WWII German Motorcycle goggles made with a gas mask war relic
WWII German Motorcycle goggles made with a gas mask war relic $2.00
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 12:51:01 PDT

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WWII fighter goggles Chester PA amazing conditionclassicWARAMERICAFREE SHIP
WWII fighter goggles Chester PA amazing conditionclassicWARAMERICAFREE SHIP $30.99
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 14:22:41 PDT
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Vintage 1944 WWII Aviator Goggle Box R37 G 3810 Flying Type II USN Goggles USAAF
Vintage 1944 WWII Aviator Goggle Box R37 G 3810 Flying Type II USN Goggles USAAF $19.95
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 14:27:42 PDT
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6446 Orig WWII US Nuclear Testing GOGGLES POLAROID Variable Color Steampunk
6446 Orig WWII US Nuclear Testing GOGGLES POLAROID Variable Color Steampunk $29.95 (1 Bid)
End Date: Sunday Aug-31-2014 16:10:29 PDT

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What about World War I Goggles?

World War One began in 1914 and ended in 1918. Frequently referred to as The Great War, more than 70 million soldiers, sailors, Marines, pilots and other military personnel were involved in the conflict. The combat eye protection worn by the military ranged from aviator goggles to goggles worn by infantry in the trenches, as well as all sort of types of other eye wear. It can be difficult to tell the difference sometimes between vintage era WW1 and WW2 military surplus, so if you are trying to identify what war a particular pair of vintage goggles come from, you want to carefully inspect the optics, the frames and the straps used to keep the glasses on your head. Also, it's worth noting that it is very difficult to find authentic goggles from this era on Ebay.



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