Offered for your consideration is this promotional piece in the early days of the photo copier machine. Made by the Federal Glass Company of Ohio, it has a milk glass body with an inscription that reads: "The Forgettable Copier". It's a tremendous retirement piece for someone who's worked at Xerox, Minolta, Ricoh, Canon, etc., as they enter into retirement, or for someone who's business has gone from traditional copier to a newer technology.
The Federal Glass Company of Ohio had a wonderful history of making glass in this country but closed it's doors in 1979, so this piece hearkens back to an earlier era of technology with a tongue in cheek saying about one of the most amazing inventions of our time.
Condition: Very good
Dimensions: Approx. 4 " H
Inventory: Box 203
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