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Ashtray souvenir from the exciting Expo '67 in Montreal that coincided with the centennial celebration of Canada. At the Expo, various countries had pavilions that showcased all the wonderful things about that country. On this ashtray the US Pavilion is depicted and still stands today as The Biosphere on Saint Helen's Island. The pavilion's geodesic dome was designed by Buckminster Fuller. (Thank you, Wikipedia!).
This glass ashtray is in very good condition and measures 3-3/4" square. There is a very small chip on an edge that is not noticeable unless the ashtray is picked up and examined. Otherwise, no other chips and no cracks. This is a great little memento that can be used as an ashtray, of course, but also as a nice little holder of change, flash drives, or even pistachio shells!
Please be sure to look at all the photos of this used vintage listing and contact me if you have any questions. I accept returns and cancellations-please see policies at the bottom of this listing for details. Thank you!