Pince-nez or vintage spectacle

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Pince-nez or vintage spectacle: Pince-nez are a style of spectacles, popular in the nineteenth century, which are supported without earpieces, by pinching the bridge of the nose. The name comes from the French language - pincer, to pinch, and nez, nose.
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Pince-nez or vintage spectacle: Pince-nez are a style of spectacles, popular in the nineteenth century, which are supported without earpieces, by pinching the bridge of the nose. The name comes from the French language - pincer, to pinch, and nez, nose.
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Dimensions: 2272px * 1521px
Published: February - 13 - 2010
Camera: Nikon
Date: 2009:02:15 00:13:46
Aperture:f/10.0
Exposure: 10/600
Focal length: 600/10
ISO: 100
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