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Tony H:
Hi Guys
Have a look at this link

I am also looking for this but so far no luck.

Anne. I have put this in the labels album if thats is OK.

Tony H in NZ

David E:
Hey Tony, great find! :D  :D  :D

Anne managed to find an eBay listing offering a 1929 advert advertising the introduction of the glassware, but this is much better :shock:

Can you tell me which magazine you found this in?

And can it be scanned larger? The reason is I'd like to be able to print this out full size at 300dpi. If it's no trouble I would be most grateful! 8)

Wow, that's made my day

Tony H:
Hi David
Name and date of magazine are on file.

How big do you need scan, have just done one at 300dpi at 100% but it is 1.35MB how do I send it to you?

Tony H in NZ

David E:

--- Quote from: "Tony H" ---Name and date of magazine are on file.
--- End quote ---

Must get my glasses changed... :oops:

Many thanks for this, much appreciated. You can e-mail me the image direct using the button below, or use any of the e-mail addresses from one of my web sites.

David E:
Taken from The Patent Office

--- Quote ---Copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work (including a photograph) lasts until 70 years after the death of the author. The duration of copyright in a film is 70 years after the death of the last to survive of the principal director, the authors of the screenplay and dialogue, and the composer of any music specially created for the film. Sound recordings are generally protected for 50 years from the year of publication. Broadcasts are protected for 50 years and published editions are protected for 25 years.
--- End quote ---

This seems to suggest that published editions are eligible for protection for only 25 years, meaning anything preceding 1981 can be copied.

Portions © The Patent Office  :lol:


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