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Josiah Wedgewood's Medallion
Antislavery medallion large

Origin

Josiah Wedgewood

Type

Medallion

Effects

Makes people act against and rebel against anything discriminatory

Downsides

The medallion will cause extreme riots when in the presence itself of discrimination

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Gandhi-503JH

Aisle

504366-2185

Shelf

41477-2981-395

Date of Collection

February 23, 2007

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OriginEdit

Josiah Wedgewood was an English potter who founded the Wedgewood company and is credited with industrializing the manufacture of pottery. He was also an abolitionist who created a medallion, "Am I Not a Man And a Brother?", in support against the practice of slavery.

EffectsEdit

It is against slavery and makes those act out against it. However, unlike Abraham Lincoln's Top Hat, it has kept up with the times, knowing slavery no longer exists. So, it goes out against anything racist, prejudiced and discriminatory, affecting the wearer to act as its agent. If the medallion witnesses any act of discriminatory hate, it can release a wave of action into bystanders and turn them into rioters.

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