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National Potteries Corporation (Napco) by marveldcollector
National Potteries Corporation, also known as the shortened version, 'Napco' (I am sure you must have heard about "Napco Fine China", "Napcoware" or "Napco China") was located in Bedford, Ohio. The company began production in 1938. Napco mostly produced ceramics, but also manufactured some glass wares, with unique designs. The company also imported and then distributed ceramic wares around the ...

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