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Juliet Lens Identification Help

scienergy

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So I know the subject of Ruby vs Fruby has been covered a million times but...

I have these lenses I found in my stash, they are Juliet and I know they are OEM due to the edging of the cut and thickness/curve. I think they are older Ruby (not first gen because no purple), however, there's one thing that's throwing me for a loop that I cannot confirm...

The base of these is a brown/yellow/titanium/tungsten color whereas all other Ruby lenses I've seen have a blue base color. Can anyone identify what these are? Do older Ruby lenses have a different base color?

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Comparison to newer "Fruby"

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joecool862

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Agree with the above. Original fire. They were beautiful weren't they... Before Lux in their wisdom showed us the true color of fire, a greenish yellow with slight orange on the periphery... But yeah, those look good bro!
 

scienergy

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What would be a fair price to ask for these? They are very gently used, by that I mean a 1mm scuff that doesn't affect vision. I've seen a lot of lenses but never these. I only wear XX, so I really have no use for them other than collect.
 

joecool862

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What would be a fair price to ask for these? They are very gently used, by that I mean a 1mm scuff that doesn't affect vision. I've seen a lot of lenses but never these. I only wear XX, so I really have no use for them other than collect.
Since they are used and with a scratch that would knock down the value a bit... Still, they sure are pretty.... Would look darn nice in a display pair...
 

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