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    Edison Mimeograph Plate

    I made it out for a short hunt to a park construction project and found this awesome brass name plate. It was a brisk 35 degrees today, but sunny!Name:  Adjustments.jpg
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    That is pretty cool! I wonder if your label is off the first one ever made by the company. Looks like you have number 1. Here's a pic I found online of when number 4 was auctioned.
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    Thanks! That would be interesting, No 1. I’ll have to do some more research.
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    I think No. 1 is the type or model number.

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