Welcome to Xerox nostalgia

Xerox is the company that brought the first plain paper copier to the world. The process for making copies on plain paper, was first called Electro-photography, but was later changed to Xerography.

The purpose of this website, is to take care of the legacy of Xerox, both the company and the machines that was produced in the early years of Xerox. I hope you enjoy this showcase, and history of the old Xerox copiers and duplicators, as well as the story of Xerox and Xerography.

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Xerox 8300

Have you ever heard about the Xerox 8300? Read more about this machine in this page.

Xerox 4500

Check out some new pictures of the Xerox 4500. Read more...

We are very interested in brochures and pictures of old Xerox copiers/duplicators. If you have pictures or brochures, please contact us on this email address: xeroxnostalgia@outlook.com.

Old Xerox commercials

Want to see old Xerox commercials? Visit this page for some old commercials.

The history of Xerography

Xerography has long been used to describe the special copying technique. But how well do we know the story behind it?

Photocopying machine (in common speech called the copy machine) is perhaps the most remarkable technological invention of the last century. The importance is not far from the computer.

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