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    Help Identifying Lens

    Hi there,

    The engraving looks kind of like a diamond within a diamond (just one continuous line). At first I thought they were Zeiss but they're not. I can't figure it out! I can't even find a picture to attach.

    Thanks!

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    Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with the symbol you're describing. However, take a look here:

    epic.thevisioncouncil.org.

    The search functions are not perfectly up to date at this time, but if you click the button that says "Download Progressive Identifier PDF" you'll get what is their most up to date version currently (or at least it's more up to date than their 2015/16 print catalog). Hope this helps!

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