I think it was the name on this ghost sign which caught my eye first and then I noticed that the brick walls of this old factory building had been cleaned off everywhere except where the sign was, thus allowing it to survive. The building was constructed in 1917 in the Junction triangle area and designed by architect Frank Scott Mallory Sr for the "Canadian Hanson & Van Winkle Co Limited", a company that produced electroplating polishing equipment & supplies according to a catalogue I found on Google. The building is now occupied by galleries and studios as is common with many of these old buildings.
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