Although the most famous pair of John Lennon glasses were his green-tinted round Oliver Goldsmiths that sold for $180k+ last year, his Hakusan Mayfairs are also iconic in their own right. The company stopped making them after Lennon was assassinated in 1980. 40 years later, the Japanese company has reissued them based on archival designs. The new Mayfairs aren’t a copy like so many other product reissues. Instead, they’re tried and true production version of the original, which includes the manufacturing process. The acrylic frames come in three different colorways and have inscribed Kanji script on the frame.