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1955 Triple-Die Cents
1955lincolncentdoubleddieobver

Origin

United States Mint

Type

Misprinted Coin

Effects

Corrects any wrong doings that user may have done or doing.

Downsides

Instills its owner with an OCD type obsession that clouds their judgement and rational thought process to the point of wanting everything perfect.

Activation

Owning/Touching Penny

Collected by

Nick Renson, Steve Jinks and Claudia Donovan

Section

Cheque-832J

Aisle

574-9363

Shelf

1237-2863-4590

Date of Collection

June 10th 2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

In 1955 at the Philadelphia Mint, the die press was misaligned and produced almost 24,000 double die-cents. After the person in charge stopped the machine to make more it accidentally started to make more, this time adding one more die-mark. 50 of these penny artifacts were made and sent out into the world.

UsageEdit

Anyone carrying one of these pennies allows them to get away with anything, because the artifact is imperfect, it connects with its owner and corrects their wrongs as they are doing them and makes it look like nothing ever happened. On the penny, the triple printed date glows and realigns momentary, along with that the penny glows red. Due to its compelling want of being perfect, the artifact instills its owner with an OCD type obsession that clouds their judgement and rational thought process to the point of wanting everything perfect.

CollectionEdit

Nick, Steve and Claudia collected these artifacts after 10 banks were robbed all at the same time with no witnesses.

40 were already in the Warehouse (Collected by Artie and James) and now the other 10 is in the Warehouse.

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