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Fictional Item

Name: Rochester Artisan Guild Pin

Category: Accessory

Size/weight: 1 oz, small.

Rarity: Common

Value: 3$

Uses: Used to show membership or support of the Rochester Artisan Guild.

Description (ca. 1921): These pins are common among members and supporters of the Rochester Artisan Guild. These pins are used mainly during rallies and meetings to unite the people. Most craftsman own a pin but usually do not wear them until it is necessary. These pins were thought up by Brian Shepard to promote the Rochester Artisan Guild. These pins were made from some of the Guild craftsman instead of having them being mass produced in factories so no two pins are exactly the same. They usually have the initials of who crafted them on the back of them.

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