Hangs in a place of honor, of sorts, in my office/studio.
It would be great if I could claim this was a souvenir of my years working prepress but all the production rooms I worked in used imagesetting of some kind. For the college newspaper we used phototypesetters that were incredibly unwieldy and used arcane markup on tty that turned out to be a good warmup exercise for me when I started making websites professionally in the mid-90s. And the commercial newspaper I worked for a few years after college used iirc three different photosetting systems for producing copy, headlines and ads, and for halftoning photographs (as well as outputting wire photos).
Back in my college days, when I started design school they had just retired their Ludlow; the semester previous to mine was the last one to use it.
I haven't met many people who felt nostalgic for the old linos and mergs and ludlows. Operating them was a skilled trade but they weren't easy jobs. Even the computerized photosetting systems that existed for the decade-and-change between the lead and desktop publishing eras were, in hindsight, brutish and crude.