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A Penny Saved...

A Penny Saved...

A cash-strapped Michigan woman pinched her pennies until she had enough to construct a massive replica of a 1-cent coin. Wander Martich used 84,000 pennies and spent 10 hours a day for three months building the gigantic sculpture, which was recently acquired by past Coast guest Edward Meyer for display at one of Ripley Entertainment's Odditoriums. More at AOL News.

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