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Lot 1090
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U.S., Comprehensive Old-Time Dealer Stock, 1857-1915. Mostly mint stock of early classic issues to mid-way through Washington / Franklins with many fresh and attractive early singles neatly arranged in large old time Elbe stockbook with hardy metal cover, containing: 24, 26 (7), 63 (2), 65 (2), 112 (4), 113 (2), 114 (3), 115, 116 (2), 145, 148 (2), 182 (3), 183 (6), 184 (9), 189, 206 (8), 207 (4), 209, 210 (13), 211 (8), 212 (6), 213 (16), 214 (50, several are NH), 215, 216 (2), 219 (12), 219D, 220 (4), 221, 224, 225 (3), 227, 246 (4 singles and plate number strip of three), 247 (3), 248 (3), 250 (approximately 250, many of which are NH with some multiples), 252 (26, many of which are NH), 253 (5), 257, 258, 259 (3), 260, 264 (48), 265 (23), 266 (5), 267, 268, 270 (5), 272, 276, 279 (77), 279B (8), 279Bc, 280 (9), 283, 284 (2), 300 (46), 301 (11), 302 (18), 303 (52), 304 (9), 305 (5), 306 (53), 307 (4), 308 (21), 309, 319 (48), 331 (80), 332 (39), 333 (32), 334 (55), 335 (3), 337 (41), 339 (4), 340, 357 (13), 358 (21), 375 (48), 376 (29), 377 (2), 378 (27), 379 (9), 380 (4), 381 (3), 382 (2, one with PF certificate), 405 (4 singles and 1 plate block), 406 (16), 407 (17), 414 (17), 415, 416 (3), 417, 418 (22), 419, 420, 424 (19), 425 (128), 426 (25), 427 (7), 428 (12), 429 (9), 433 (15), 434 (5), 435 (3), 435a (8), 437 (4), 438 (7), 440 (2) and 461 (3), generally Fine to Very Fine with many very fine and better singles, an ideal old time stock, with such a high population of popular issues such as Washington / Franklins and early 20th century and missing much of the areas that people don't want.
Scott $100,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Current Bid$10,000
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Lot 1091
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U.S., Comprehensive Old-Time Commemorative Dealer Stock, 1893-1926. Mostly mint stock of Columbians to 2c White Plains with many fresh and attractive early singles neatly arranged in large old time Elbe stockbook with hardy metal cover, containing: 230 (65), 231 (77), 232 (45), 233 (61), 234 (32), 235 (23), 236 (12), 237 (13), 238 (11), 239 (8), 240, 285 (48), 286 (54), 287 (25), 288 (4 singles and plate number pair), 289 (12), 290 plate number pair, 291 (4), 294 (81), 295 (138 singles and three plate number strips of five), 296 (23), 297 (29), 298 (8), 299 (22), 294-99 set, 323 (18), 324 (52), 325 (12), 326 (8), 327 (10), 328 (71 singles and plate number strip of three), 329 (125), 330 (4), 367 (29), 369 (2), 370 (33), 372 (103 singles and plate block of six), 397 (103), 398 (73), 399 (29), 400 (5), 400A (8), 401 (20), 402 (6), 403 (5), 404, 537 (37), 548 (36), 549 (34), 550 (58), 610 (148), 611 (21), 612 (84), 614 (122 singles and plate block), 615 (112), 616 (29), 617 (47 singles and plate block), 618 (54), 619 (10), 620 (129), 621 (55), 627 (25), 628 (76) and 629 (45), generally Fine to Very Fine with many very fine and better singles, an ideal old time stock, with such a high population of popular issues such as Columibans, Trans-Mississippi, Pan-Americans, etc. and missing much of the areas that people don't want.
Scott approximately $108,000 (Owner's) Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Current Bid$10,000
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Lot 1092
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U.S., Better Dealer Stock, 1851-1930's. Highly valuable group of better sets and singles on three binders of counter book tear pages with each item identified with mint: 65, 93, 145, 158, 179, 183, 205, 207, 208a, 156, 212 (2), 214 (2), 216, 217, 223, 224, 225, 227, 230 (8), 231 block of four, 232 (11), 233 (2), 234 (4), 235 (9), 236 (4), 237 (5), 239 (3), 247 plate number strip of three, 248 (6), 250 (5), 252 (2), 253, 254 (2), 257, 258, 267 four plate number strips of three and block of four, 268 (2), 274, 281 (3), 284 (2), 285 (4 singles, arrow block of four, two plate number pairs), 286 four plate number pairs, 287 (4), 289 (3 singles and plate number pair), 290 (4), 296, 298, 299 (3), 302 (3), 304 (2), 305 (2), 306, 308 (3), 309, 310 (2), 323 (5), 324 (8), 325 block of four, 326, 327 (2), 328 (5), 329 (16), 330 (6), 334 (2), 335, 336, 339, 369 (2 singles and block of four), 375a (2), 381, 394 pair and line pair, 396 pair, 397 (15), 398 (4), 399 (2), 401 (7), 400, 400A, 401 (3 singles and block of four), 402 (2), 404, 405b (2), 406a, 413 pair and line pair, 415 (3), 416, 417, 418, 419, 427, 428 (3), 429 (2), 432, 433, 434 (2), 437 (4), 439, 457 pair, 463a (3), 464, 466, 469, 470, 471, 473, 480, 497 (3 pairs and line pair), 506 plate block, 515 (3), 516 (6), 517, 518 (8), 524, 526 (7), 528 plate block, 537 (25), 540 plate block, 541 (2), 547, 566 plate block, 568 plate block, 583a, 622 plate block, 623 two plate blocks, 647 plate block, 658-68, 666 (2), 679, 701, C1 (3), C2, C3 (4), C5 block of four, C6 single and block of four, C10a, E6, E7 block of four, E9, E10 (2), E11 (2), J22-25, J25, J40-42, J46, J49, J61 block of four, JQ2 pair, JQ4 (3), JQ5 (2), K3 (4), K4, K5 (2), K6, K7 (4), K10, K11, K16, K17 (2), O72, O78, O95, Q4, RV12-17, RW4, RW5, RW9, Canal Zone 49-51, 66, Confederate States 14, Hawaii 73, Canada E2 and used: 7, 30A, 70, 153, 162, 229, 240, 291 (3), 311 and 312. Overall condition is of superior quality with many beautiful sets that were hand picked for desirability, generally Fine to Very Fine, view this lot if you enjoy better quality sets or singles.
Scott $75,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Current Bid$7,500
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Lot 1093
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U.S., Comprehensive Old-Time Dealer Stock, 1913-80. Mostly mint stock of Airmails to Parcel Post issues with many fresh and attractive early singles neatly arranged in large old time Elbe stockbook with hardy metal cover, containing: C1 (19), C2 (17), C4 (17), C5 (22), C6 (7), C1-6, C18 (21) and many other early airmails, plus postage issues up to 1980, F1 (21), E2, E3 (4), E5, E6 (2), E7 (84), E9 (4), E11 (39), E12 (3), E13, K1 (15), K2 (18), K3 (36), K4 (16), K5 (22), K6 (3), K7 (10), K8 (17), K8a (8), K9 (10), K10 (9), K12 (5), K13 (2), K14 (2), K17 (4), K18 (31), Q1 (108), Q2 (55), Q3 (97), Q4 (4), Q5 (18), Q6 (8), Q7 (5), Q8 (4), Q9 (8), Q10, Q11 (10) and various scattered parcel post's with plate numbers, JQ1 (10), JQ2 (5), JQ3 (15), JQ4 (16), JQ5 (9), plus over $280 worth of face value postage, o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine with many very fine and better singles, an ideal old time stock.
Scott $67,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Current Bid$7,500
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Lot 1094
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U.S., Comprehensive Old-Time Dealer Stock, 1915-70's. Mostly mint stock of Washington / Franklins to 1970's postage issues with many fresh and attractive early singles neatly arranged in large old time Elbe stockbook with hardy metal cover, containing: 462 (50 singles and a plate block), 463 (49 singles and a plate block), 464 (7), 465 (3), 466 (6), 468, 470 (5), 472 (5), 475 (2), 480 (3), 501 (15), 502 (12), 503 (57), 504 (24), 506 (6), 507 (11), 508 (20), 509 (27), 510 (8), 511 (29), 512 (10), 512a (34), 513 (27), 514 (11), 515 (5), 516 (7), 517 (14), 518, 523 (3), 526 (40), 527 (12), 528 (20), 528A (5), 528B (22), 529 (18), 530 (136), 536 (35), 538 (44), 540 (38), 541 (17), 542 (23), 545 (2), 546 (2), 547, 551 (45), 552 (87), 553 (71), 554 (35), 555 (13), 556 (48), 557 (32), 558 (24), 559 (66), 560 (34), 561 (42), 562 (4), 563 (61), 564 (20), 565 (95 singles and two plate blocks), 566 (16), 567 (29), 568 (35), 569 (36), 570 (40), 571 (4), 573 (single and centerline block), 578 (17), 579 (22), 581 (25), 582 (32), 583 (24), 584 (15), 585 (29), 586 (14), 587 (9), 588 (19), 589 (22), 590 (10), 591 (16), 595 (13), 622 (42), 623 (36), many 1926 perf 11x10.5 rotary, 1931 perf 11x10.5 rotary higher values including 701 (9), 1938 Presidential's including 834 (4), 1954 Liberty to $1, 1965 Prominent American's, etc., generally Fine to Very Fine with many very fine and better singles, an ideal old time stock.
Scott $60,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Current Bid$6,000
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Lot 1095
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1850's to 1990's. In nine dealer counter books, containing approximately 2,000 to 2,200 dealer 101 size cards in baseball card holders, with values from 20¢ to $100's of dollars, plus black stock sheets and album pages in sheet protectors, stock contains a good amount of banknotes, although many are identified as mint and should be double checked for removed cancels, a good selection of Washington / Franklins, a good amount of high value postage (priority or express values and better late 1980's and 1990's souvenir sheets quickly adding up in USPS face value), many airmails including a couple sets and nice group of singles from first two sets, a few better earlier mint special delivery, nice group of mint earlier BEP postage dues, good possessions with Canal Zone and Hawaii including good banknote issues and officials and a book of errors and freaks, over $40,000 retail or older Scott value (we were careful not to count many of the obvious misidentified stamps, but care should be taken when viewing to factor altered or misidentified stamps), catalog value is a bit out of date and condition is a little rougher than usually encountered, but stamps with severe faults were not counted, as we were writing, we noticed some stamps have changed catalog value over the years, so you should spot check when viewing or spot check some of the sample scans we provided on the website to estimate current value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 1096
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1847-1930's. On black dealer approval cards, containing - used: 1, 7, 9 (3), 10, 10 pair, 15, 24 (10), 29, 37, 63 (4), 73 (10), 68 (5), 69, 71 (5), 76 (5), 77 (2), 78 (3), 87 (3), 116, 117, 119 (2), 121 faded, 149, 151, several 30¢ banknotes, 160 (2), 162, 163, 165, 165 (3), 191, 208, 214 (2), 217 (2), 219-29, 230-39, 240 (2), 264-76 (2), 275 (4), 276, 291 (2), 294-99 (2 sets), 310 (5), 331-42, 342, 397-404 (2), C1-6 (2 sets), E1 (3), E3 (7), some decent officials, Q1-12 (2 sets) and mint: 36, 63, 112, 209, 214 (2), 215, 219D (2), 221 (2), 222, 223, 226, 227, 230-37, 239-40, 232 (2), 233 (2), 234, 235, 236 (4), 269, 270, 272, 287 (2), 288 (2), 289, 290, 294-99 (2 sets), 297, 299 (2), 300-4, 306-8, 325, 327, 328 (3), 329 (2), 339, 397-398 blocks of four, 400, 515 (2), 516, 548-50 (2), 551-73 (2), 581-91, 614-16 (7 sets), 617-19 (6 sets), 620-21 (8), 622-3 (4), 647-48 (9 sets), 658-79 (2 sets), 692-701 (6 sets), C1-6 (2 sets), C18 (3), E1 no gum, E3, E6 (2), E7 (3), E8 (2), E11 (3), E12, J27, J41-42, J75, O90 block of eight, O99 (6) and PR114-25, usual mixed condition of the early classic issues, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, some duplication, but not overwhelming to make a useful stock with nice mix of used classics and mint 20th century.
Scott approximately $58,000 (Owner's) Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 1097
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U.S., High Value Dealer Stock, Mostly From 1851-1940's. Balance of stock from the Jefferson Stamp Company, in glassines, black approval cards and small stockbook, mostly unidentified, dubious items not counted in owners Scott value, containing some identified mint highlights: 10X1, 7 (3), 9 (2), 12, 14, 230-42, 285-91, 294-99, 397-403, 477, 479-80, 524, 573 and 9X1P5, generally Fine to Very Fine, a nice mix of stamps from old time dealer stock, condition seems better than most old time stocks, but buyer should examine for identification and authencity.
Scott $37,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 1098
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U.S., Dealer Stock of Better Issues, 1847-1930's. Each stamp or set neatly identified, with detailed notes on each stamp and placed on approximately 300 black approval cards, containing: mint: 24, 73, 178 (2), 205 (2), 211, 214, 216, 219D (2), 222, 224, 224, 232 (2), 233 (5), 234 (9), 235 (3), 236 (3), 237 (5), 238, 239 (2), 240, 242 faulty, 272, 282, 282C, 284, 287 (4), 289 (3), 290, 296 (5), 297 (8), 298 (4), 299 (3), 305, 306, 309, 311, 324 (2), 325 (2), 328 (2), 329 (2), 330 (5), 339, 341, 399 (4), 400, 419, 437, 476, 514, 515 (2), 550 (6), 572, 591 (2), 616 (4), 666, 679, C1 (7), C2 (5), C5 (6), C6 (3), E2 (4), E3 (2), E6 (2), E7, E8, J25, J26, J28, J35, J42, J55, J56a, J66, J67, J75, O56, Q8 (2), JQ4 (2), RW3, RW9, RW15, RW22, RW31 and used: 1, 7, 9, 30A, 36 (2), 73 (2), 75, 76 (2), 77 (3), 78 (2), 87, 97, 98, 115, 116 (2), 117, 144, 151 (5), 152 (2), 153 (3), 154, 160, 162 (3), 165, 217, 229 (2), 238 (5), 239, 311 (2), O101, O111 and R77c, usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, useful old time stock from very meticulous dealer who carefully identified and priced each stamp by condition.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 1099
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U.S., Dealer Stock of Better Issues, 1847-1930's. Each stamp or set neatly identified, with detailed notes on each stamp and placed on 500-600 black approval cards, containing: mint: 133a, 215, 216 (2), 223, 224 (2), 230 (4), 232 (2), 233 (5), 234, 235 (6), 236 (5), 237 (4), 288, 289, 290, 296 (2), 297 (4), 299 (3), 303 (3), 306 (8), 325 (3), 326 (3), 327 (2), 328 (2), 329 (7), 330 (8), 336 (2), 337 (2), 339 (2), 340, 399 (4), 400, 402 (2), 416, 427, 470 (2), 507, 516 (2), 517, 541, 550 (10), 567 (2), 568 (5), 570, 591 (3), 616 (10), 619 (13), 621 (15), F1 (3), J65, J77-78, JQ4 (2), Q11, O28, RW23 and used: 17, 36, 69 (2), 71 (3), 76 (3), 77 (4), 78 (2), 97 (2), 98 (2), 112 (2), 115, 117 (2), 119, 121, 149, 151 (5), 152 (2), 165 (6), 166 (2), 190 (2), 214, 217 (3), 229 (3), 238 (2), 239 and 276, usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, useful old time stock from very meticulous dealer who carefully identified and priced each stamp by condition.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1100
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1850's-1990's. In 7 dealer counter books, three small boxes of dealer 101 and 102 cards, a Lighthouse album, many loose album and stock pages and a box of loose glassines and dealer cards, with highlights that include mint: 233 (2), 234, 235 (4), 236, 237 (2), 238 (2), 287 (2), 289, 296, 297, 298, 299 (2), 302 (6), 303 (3), 304 (8), 305 (4), 306 (9), 307 (3), 308 (6), 309, 325 (3), 326 (4), 327 (3), 328-30, 329 (20), 330 (3), 399, 400, 403 (2), 658-68, 803-34, C5 (3), C14, J66, PR57, U73, RW2, RW7, RW26 and used: 91, 92, 95, 97, 112, 116, 119, 166, 191, 217 and 523. Usual mixed condition, overall a very useful lot with plenty of high Scott singles, plus many middle of the road singles that quickly add up in value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1101
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U.S., Better Dealer Stock, 1851-1950's. Highly valuable group of better sets and singles on three binders of counter book tear pages with each item identified with mint: 210, 231-34, 237, 287, 297, 300 plate number strip of three, 308, 328-30, 330, 343 NH plate block, 571 (9 NH), 572 (3 NH, 1 mint), 573 NH, 583a, 586 block of four, 588 block of four, 589 block of four, 591 NH, 833 NH plate block, 834 (3 NH), 1053, 1053 NH, C1 (2 NH), C2 NH, C3 NH, C5 NH, C6 (2 NH), C10a (2 NH), C18 (3 NH), K10, O28, O35, O44, O58, O60, O76, O87, PR2-PR3, PR5-PR7, PR57, PR59, PR121, 27 card and india plate proofs, R411-23 NH, RG108-20 NH, OX3, OX4, PS15 and used: 9, 78b, 162, PR123, R24b imperf between pair, R73c, R100c, R114, R126 with three extra rows of vertical (diagonal) perforations, R146 block of four and R181. Overall condition is of superior quality with many beautiful sets that were hand picked for desirability, generally Fine to Very Fine, view this lot if you enjoy better quality sets or singles.
Scott $17,900 ++ (Owner's) Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,600
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Lot 1102
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U.S., Comprehensive Old-Time Dealer Stock, 1920's-60's. Mostly mint stock of modern regular issues with many fresh and attractive early singles neatly arranged in large old time Elbe stockbook with hardy metal cover, containing: 658 (21), 659 (11), 660 (19), 661 (6), 662 (4), 663 (14), 664 (12), 665 (3), 666 (2), 667 (26), 668 (14), 658-68, 669 (35), 670 (18), 671 (42), 672 (8), 673 (17), 674 (10), 675 (4), 676 (14), 678 (8), 679 (14), perforated Parks, Army / Navy, Famous Americans and more, o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine with many very fine and better singles, an ideal old time stock.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 1103
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U.S., Backup Stock of Duplicates, 1847-1930's. In glassines and counter cards, sorted by Scott number, containing highlights - used: 1, 9 (2), 63 (2), 68 (3), 71, 73 (7), 76 (2), 78 (3), 113 (5), 115 (2), 116 (2), 117 (2), 119, 160, 189 (9), 190 (2), 214 (2), 217, 229 (2), 232 (7), 233 (6), 234 (10), 235 (2), 236 (8), 237 (7), 238 (4), 239 (5), 240, 275, 276 (3), 287 (4), 288 (4), 290 (3), 291, 330 (5), 477 and mint: 235, 238, 268 (2), 271, 296, 297, 298, 302, 303, 324 (3), 325, 326, 328, 329 (3), 337 (2), 381, 399, 400A, 430, 437, 497 pair, 571, 648 (3), 666, 679, C1, C2, C3 (3), C5, C6, C18 (2), E7 (2), J66, J76-78, J86 (2), J87 and K15, expect usual mixed condition as you usually find with duplicate stocks, with plenty of lovely and useful singles for individual retail sale, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1104
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U.S., Backup Stock, 1920's-60's. Approximately 100 manila approval cards filled with various slight premium issues and a small box containing Washington coils, generally Fine to Very Fine, a nice mix of stamps from old time dealer stock.
Scott $4,546+ (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1105
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1850's-1990's. Containing 400 to 500 dealer 102 cards (of U.S., Canal Zone and United Nations, containing a nice group of ducks), and 14 dealer counter books of tear sheets, seven of the counter books contain postage (or slight premium) including some high dollar values with a few Express and Priority issues, two books contain Cinderella's, mostly large Hotel labels you might affix to the sides of your luggage, one book contains errors with over 100 errors including imperfs, postal stationary miscuts, misperfs, color shifts, etc., three books contain better items with several $100+ items including 90, 151, 165 and 667 NH block of four, overall useful with lot with usual mixed condition among the classics and plenty of usable postage and the occasional better item for inventory, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$750
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