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The Toledo Industrial Exposition was a world’s fair held in Ohio in 1929 to celebrate the city’s centennial and showcase industrial, commercial, and cultural achievements. It attracted over 2.6 million visitors and featured exhibits from various industries. Notably, it introduced the first automobile air conditioning system.
This lot is a medal commemorating the Toledo Industrial Exposition held from November 7-16, 1929. The reverse side of the medal advertises the Roulet Company which manufactured it. The medal is approximately 1″ in diameter.
This pendant medal is in good condition with wear appropriate to its age. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.