Dahmer was convicted of 16 murders and sentenced to life in prison back in 1992, but he only lasted a few years behind bars before being beaten to death at the hands of a fellow inmate.
Taylor says he got his hands on the shades a couple years ago, along with a bunch of other Dahmer memorabilia, after being contacted by a former housekeeper for Jeffrey's father, Lionel. Taylor agreed to manage and sell the collection through his website for a portion of the profit.
Cult Collectibles sells a ton of items from its Jeffrey Dahmer collectiononline, including his cutlery, his bible, original family photos and a bunch of paperwork -- these items are up for sale. The prison glasses are not on the website, but interested parties are able to reach out to Taylor directly.
There's a lot of renewed interest in Dahmer's infamous killing spree on the heels of a new Netflix series ... and we're told Cult Collectibles recently sold another pair of Jeffrey's glasses in a private sale to a high-profile buyer.