HEARTBEAT LANDMARK - TROY, OHIOis a RARE recent local antique sale discovery. This is an early image of the Hobart Brothers Welding building located downtown on Main St. in Troy, Ohio. It appears to be from around the 1940's era and is believed to be a unique, one of a kind true survivor that once graced the home office area! It is a LARGE panoramic style view very highly detailed. It is enclosed in a soft beige color wooden frame that measures approximately 41 1/2 inches in length by 13 inches wide! The bottom left corner has the (assume artist's) name of Fred J. Meinzinger - Detroit, Michigan. Great vintage piece that shows well and speaks loudly for the booming industry in the day! Maybe some cleaning in order but no major condition issues to report. A perfect addition for any former or current Hobart employee or just a great piece of Troy, Ohio history to add to the collection. Don't miss your chance to own this classic from the one time Miami County manufacturing giant! Take a look at the photos as they should tell the story. Please ask any questions you may have in advance, selling as is. Offered to USA bidders only with - shipping / packaging / boxing, to be handled by a certified UPS package outlet, (lower USA 48 states only). Easy FREE local pick can be arranged at close of auction if you should prefer. Item is located in northeast Ohio, (Wapakoneta), right on I-75 with very easy access. Thanks for looking.
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