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The Abraham Pincus Building is a historic building in Mobile, Alabama. It was built in 1891 in the Queen Anne style of architecture after the design of Rudolph Benz.

Also known as the Zadek Building, the first tenants of the Abraham Pincus Building was the Zadek Jewelry Company. It is best noted for its stunning architecture, featuring a series of elements that help it stand out. It features turrets with pyramidal roofs, and a series of cast iron balconies and other decorative motifs. Other elements, like its round tower with a spire, were removed in the 1940s, and its first floor exteriors were simplified, but all in all, it is still a very notable structure.

The Abraham Pincus Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
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