This finely detailed souvenir building replica was produced in the late 1990’s and is not easy to come by. A plaque on the base reads: “40 wall street, New York City, $125,000,000 mortgage, The trump organization, May 1998, Deutsche bank owner lender.” There's a sticker on the bottom: “Made in USA Benchmark Models San Francisco.” This replica stands about 12 inches tall and is made of 'bonded bronze,' which is a mix of bronze with a resin binder. InFocusTech also makes a miniature souvenir replica version of 40 Wall Street. Originally named the Bank of Manhattan Trust Building, the real 40 Wall Street was remarkably completed in 11 months and opened in 1930. Designed by Architects H. Craig Severance and Yasuo Matsui. the 72-story, steel and limestone art deco structure is topped by a distinctive green pyramidal crown. The tower was once a part of a celebrated three-way race to become the tallest building in the world. The building briefly held the world’s tallest title until it was eclipsed by the Chrysler Building‘s spire. In 1996, Donald Trump renovated 40 Wall Street to its original grandeur with, “3,500 new Wausau windows, two 1,300-ton York Chillers, and an all new Italian marble and bronze lobby.” It has also been known as Manhattan Company Building, it was later known by its street address when its founding tenant merged to form the Chase Manhattan Bank and today is officially named the Trump Building. Trump planned to convert the upper half of it to residential space, leaving the bottom half as commercial space. However, the cost of converting it to residential space proved to be too high, and it remains 100% commercial space. Like the Empire State Building, the 40 Wall has also been hit by an aircraft: in 1946 a US Coast Guard plane hit the building in fog, killing four people. In 1998, the building was designated a landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.