An Ogle County man wants you to have a special copy of the U.S. Constitution.

According to the Register Star, in 2011 Ken Foss and Jeff Johnson discovered more than 10,000 copies of the Constitution in a Kingston warehouse owned by Johnson:

Artist Theodore Ohman created the documents using glass-plate negatives and metal-press plates, some of which Foss and Johnson also found. Foss and Johnson, who live in Byron and Genoa, respectively, have spent much of their time researching Ohman and the documents to understand their value.

WIFR reports that Foss now has created an effort that he calls The Constitution Challenge. It aims to get a copy of Ohman’s version of the Constitution in the hands of a million people in 2016.

If you'd like more information, the website can be found here. The price for one set is $99, which gets you one copy of the Constitution one of the Declaration of Independence. Plus, anyone who buys a set during the Million Constitution Challenge gets a second set free.

Here's a look at the documents via WIFR:

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