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Late 19th Century German Bisque Head Bride Doll, with fixed blue eyes, painted eyebrows, closed mouth and original blonde wig (a.f.), kid body with composition hands (one lacking), wearing a cream lace trimmed and crochet work dress and cape, with bonnet and attached veil, 35.5cm

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £280
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Lot 2001

Late 19th Century French Glazed Bisque Shoulder Plate Doll, with fixed brown eyes, scrim body and legs, composition arms, wearing a sequin decorated dress, underclothes, stockings and shoes, 39cm; Another Similar China Doll, with painted features, scrim body and legs, china arms, wearing a black printed pleated bodice, skirt and under clothes, 39cm; Two Composition Dolls (both a.f.); and a Small Wax Head Doll (a.f.) (5)

Estimate: £60-100

Sold: £120
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Lot 2002

Group of Late 19th / Early 20th Century Doll's House Dolls, comprising a Bisque Shoulder Head Bearded Gentleman Doll, with bisque lower limbs, painted features, wearing a cream buttoned waistcoat and green coat, 20cm; Pair of Porcelain Shoulder Head Lady and Gentleman Dolls, bisque lower limbs, painted features, the lady wearing a floral velvet and silk dress and hat, the gentleman lacking legs, wearing a black felt coat and trousers, 16cm; Bisque Shoulder Head Doll, fixed brown eyes, brown fixed wig, soft body, bisque lower limbs (lacking one arm) impressed '10/o' to chest; a Single Bisque Shoulder Head Gentleman Doll Head, with painted features; together with Two Late 19th Century Miniature Bone Stanhope Viewers, one housing an image of country manor house and the other with an image of a gentleman

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £220
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Lot 2003

A German Armand Marseille Bisque Head Doll, impressed '1894', on a kid leather jointed body with composition lower arms, with sleeping blue eyes and open mouth, wearing a marabou trimmed ruched bonnet over a blonde wig, and a cream lace trimmed cape over a white cotton Christening gown, 50cm

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £90
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Lot 2004

20th Century Small Steiff Teddy Bear, circa 1970's, 23cm high, button behind left ear, embroidered nose; together with Miniature Porcelain Jointed Body Doll, remnants of wig, painted socks and shoes, Two Doll's Parasols; Unopened Rosebud Style Baby Doll; Three Various Needle Cased; Four Pairs of Doll/Baby Shoes, three of leather, one of handmade Irish crochet; and various other items

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £200
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Lot 2005

Late 19th / Early 20th Century Bear on Metal Wheels, straw filled and with boot button eyes, small hump and felt pads to feet, 44cm high by 55cm long, together with a photograph of one of the previous owners, Cedric Elliot Wadsworth (1905-1914) with his bear

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £350
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Lot 2006

Early 20th Century German Carousel Horse, Attributed to Friedrich Heyn, carved and grey painted wood with horse hair tail, painted red saddle, brass and leather stirrups and leather bridle, mounted on a sprung iron base with additional foot stands, 138cm high, 114cm long

Estimate: £1000-1500

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Lot 2007

Early 20th Century Grey Painted and Carved Rocking Horse, in the manner of F H Ayres, on trestle base with turned baluster supports and chamfered rocker ends, with red leather and iron tack, the bridle mounted with brass and ribbon rosettes, with horsehair mane and tail, 140cm long, 121cm high

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £700
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Lot 2008

20th Century Large Bed Cover, in fine cream cotton lawn, appliquéd in a meandering design with swags inter-spaced with flower heads, the latter also embroidered and with needle lace fillings, deep border to three sides, an under layer attached in a plain fine cotton lawn, likely to be shadow appliqué work from Madeira, possibly for the retailer Marhab, 170cm by 220cm approx (excluding frill); together with an Early 20th Century Large Crochet Bed Cover, alternate panels of foliage and four cherubs, further crochet border to three sides, 308cm by 230cm approx; and a 20th Century Ecru Fine Linen Tablecloth, embellished with a central design and border of Bruges handmade bobbin lace, 270cm by 250cm approx (3)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £350
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Lot 2009

Small Machine Quilted Coverlet, shades of raspberry and yellow with raspberry fringed braid border; 19th Century Printed Bed Hanging, designed with birds and foliage, red on cream ground, edged in red braid, backed in cream cotton, probably French; and a 19th Century Printed Cotton Quilt, with central medallion, the reverse with a very faded turquoise, the top in subtle beiges and blues, 241cm by 200cm approx (a.f.) (3)

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £100
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Lot 2010

19th Century Appliqué Cotton Shaped Bedcover, worked at three sides with broderie anglaise, plain hem at top edge, centrally seamed and appliquéd with large red and pale yellow flower sprays, 216cm by 200cm approx

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £150
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Lot 2011

An Early 19th Century Patchwork and Appliqué Quilt TOP, with central printed medallion depicting Prince of Wales feathers, crowns and 'Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense Dieu Et Mon Droit' emblem, graduating borders appliquéd with hearts, flowers and other decorative shapes, most likely celebrating George IV's daughter's marriage to Prince Leopold, 230cm by 213cm approx

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £2300
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Lot 2012

Victorian Patchwork Quilt, with a few later added pieces, designed with vertical stripes at intervals in between which the quilt is pieced in squares on the diagonal, edged with pink floral cottons (a later addition by machine), backed in sturdy cream fabric, 190cm by 360cm approx

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £170
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Lot 2013

Mid-19th Century Block Patchwork Quilt, featuring a central square with pieced triangles, bordered by chintz alternating towards the outer edges, with triangles, squares and chintz panels, backed in cream cotton, mixture of cotton fabrics with the occasional fine wool, edged in red floral cotton added by hand, 172cm by 170cm approx

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 2014

1920's Quilted Child's Quilt, Possibly American, with scalloped edging, the off-white ground appliquéd with an unusual design of ballerinas, ballet shoes, wands and crowns in pastel colours, within a pink border of swags and bows, padded, backed with pink and cream cotton and bordered with the same, 204cm by 164cm approx; together with a 19th Century Cream and Pink Quilt, one side with cream centre, cream corners around panels of pink elsewhere, the reverse with pink centre, 212cm by 228cm approx (2)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £160
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Lot 2015

Three Peach Bed Covers, Circa 1930's, comprising two matching examples in silk crepe de chine and another; a Matching Pair of Continental Square Pillowcases; Another Pair, with lace trim, probably French, most items embroidered with initials A M D; together with Two Items of 1930's Peach Lace Trimmed Underwear

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £140
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Lot 2015A

Circa 1930's Mainly Silk Patchwork Quilt, some later fabrics, diamond shapes, six-point stars, vibrant fabrics both plain and patterned, machine stitched throughout, backed with striped ruby red and cream cotton, 212cm by 136cm approx

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £180
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Lot 2016

Early 20th Century Patchwork Quilt, with the addition of some later and some earlier fabrics, possibly due to alteration, a mixture of diamonds and squares, irregular sized patched throughout, bound with a cream cotton which in itself has been hand quilted in regular lines, however this quilting has not come through to join two layers, edged in turkey red cotton applied by hand, 194cm by 156cm approx

Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 2017

Mid-19th Century Large Patchwork Quilt, large central block of white cotton spotted in red bordered with red and filled with red diamonds, surrounded by four blocks of triangles in pastel colours, mainly small motif Victorian dress fabrics, finished with a final deep border of an overall pink cotton, backed in fine cream cotton and quilted through both layers, 240cm by 212cm approx

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 2018

Early 19th Century Very Large Chintz Quilt, pieces together in stripes of varying widths and fabrics, alternating from deep purples to pastel shades, variously including flowers, birds, leaves, backed in cream linen, quilted all over, fans to corners, general waffle design with central circle, 240cm by 240cm approx; together with a tiny Pin Cushion in a Grandmother's flower garden shape, 6.5cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £550
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Lot 2019

Circa 1857 'Crimean Hero' Banqueting Cloth, a linen damask cloth woven to commemorate victory in the Crimean War, edged with a band of portrait medallions depicting Royal Heads of State, Military Commanders, Politicians and others connected with the War, also bearing Royal coats of arms and Turkish Tugrahs, various insignia, emblems, reserves of martial honours and battle honours, manufactured and bearing woven signature of D Dewar & Sons, Dunfermline & London, signed Moffatt, 2/D (in pen), 225cm by 445cm

Estimate: £500-800

Sold: £500
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Lot 2020

Assorted Linen, including Victorian large double cotton Marcella bedspread, quantity of cotton sheets, Damask tablecloth and napkins, 20th century embroidered larger tablecloths, matching napkins etc; together with an Edwardian Large Tape Lace Bedspread; Edwardian Muslin Appliqué on Net Large Bedspread, with central design of flowers and swags in a deep border (in two boxes)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 2021

1920's Shiny Thread Bed Cover with Egyptian Scenes and Motifs, a central stylised roundel surround by birds, phoenix, pyramids, figures and Pharaos, three sides with a border of macramé and fringing, in gold, purple, orange, cream, pink, 236cm by 253cm approx(inclusive of fringing)

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £70
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Lot 2022

Late 19th Century Linen Tablecloth, bordered and cornered in crochet with an oak leaf and acorn design, 147cm by 150cm approx; together with Four Other Cloths; Various Mats; and Mid-20th Century Tapestry Evening Bag, with metal frame and chain, box stamped with RFC logo

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £60
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Lot 2023

Circa 1920s Crepe Panel by Raymond Duncan, of rectangular shape, comprising a hand painted design to the central field of grid form in yellow ochre, of what appears to be mountains in green and white, interspersed with trees, within a classical style striped border of blues and pink, and darker pink/brown trim, signed in capitals, 98cm by 200cm

Estimate: £600-800

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Lot 2024

Early 19th Century Cream Silk Pin Cushion, "God blefs the Babe Jani 4 1809" (sic), the underside decorated with a central design of a flower basket bordered with foliage, 17cm by 13cm; together with a Later Cream Silk Pin Cushion, embroidered with flowers and edged in lace, 22cm by 7cm

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £300
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Lot 2025

First Half 19th Century Cotton Baby Bonnet, the crown sporting a hollie point needle lace circular insertion, with a design of flower basket and flowers, the remainder of bonnet piped, three hand lace frills surrounding the face and one frill to back of neck, fine draw thread contained within three rows of piping; together with a Late 17th / Early 19th Century Cream Point de Venise Needle Point Collar, several areas of raised work and intricate needle lace fillings (2)

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £180
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Lot 2026

Late 19th / Early 20th Century Padded Night Dress Case, the interior of quilted eau de Nil silk, the exterior of a fine white cotton lawn embroidered in white with a central seam of an Alpine chalet with a flower garden, tie ribbon fastening; together with Matching Draw String Vanity Bag; and a Similar Glove / Handkerchief Case, in eau de Nil silk, the cotton front panel finely embroidered with two flower baskets and swags of flowers, tie ribbon fastening (all three possibly from St. Gall, Switzerland); together with Three White Baby Bonnets, each with Ayrshire embroidered crowns, one with front frills and gathers over the head, a simplistic embroidered example and a third example with piping and white embroidery; Two 1920's Crochet Baby Bonnets; a Quantity of Lace, comprising a narrow Carrickmacross tie, muslin appliqué tie, tape lace Bertha, length of Bruges bobbin flower lace, deep bobbin lace collar, pair of Carrickmacross lace cuffs, two pairs of crochet cuffs and Edwardian crochet jabot

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £130
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Lot 2027

William IV Sampler by Elizabeth Allen, Dated 1832, with central verse within a foliate border, amongst decorative trees and baskets of flowers, worked in silk threads in cross stitch mainly in green, browns and creams, in a later frame, 39cm by 45cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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Lot 2028

Assorted School Sewing Samplers, showing various stitches, alphabets, needlework techniques, comprising seven similar examples from late 19th century up to 1914, including one example signed "H.A.B 4th Year 1894"

Estimate: £120-180

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Lot 2029

Unframed Alphabet Sampler, Dated 1815, by Mary Lingard, worked with a verse, animal and tree; together with an Unfinished Unframed Alphabet Sampler, probably European, worked in red on wool tabby, featuring a bead work flower basket to bottom left hand corner; and a Cream Linen Panel, featuring sewing stitches and techniques, dated 1866 (3)

Estimate: £120-180

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Lot 2030

Twenty Assorted Unframed Samplers and Embroidered Pictures, mainly worked in wool, some unfinished and undated, including an example by Martha Verdier, dated 1881; a further example by Elizabeth Whittaker, dated 1802; dated examples ranging from 1805-1933

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 2031

Seven Mid-Late 19th Century Unframed Mainly Woolwork Samplers, together with a Round Berlin Woolwork Stool Panel, depicting birds; a Nightie Case, embroidered with pixies; a Drawstring Reticule, embroidered with flowers; and a Mid-19th Century Cotton Bag, embroidered in turquoise and beige silks

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £80
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Lot 2032

Quantity of Late 19th to Early 20th Century School Sewing and Embroidery Samples, including a French crochet sample book dated 1889; three further sewing sample books from 20th century; sample of darning and buttonhole work dated 1880; and eight other items

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £150
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Lot 2033

Long Samplers Dating From 1888-1903, including a European white work and lace piece by A Wilder, dated 1888; two further examples likely to be slightly later; a sample of knitting and darning in red and cream wools, circa 1880's; a long knitted sampler piece; together with eleven other items

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £110
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Lot 2034

A Victorian Sampler Picture Worked by Elizabeth Sarah Lambourn, Dated Dec 1848, with religious verse titled 'God in All', featuring a central image of a young girl in rural landscape, within a foliate border, worked in silk threads in cross stitch, in a burr walnut frame, 42cm by 48cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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Lot 2035

George III Needlework Map of Britain, dated 1807, worked on a heavy linen in black threads, showing counties in England, Wales, part of Scotland, the English Channel and coast of France, 47cm by 53cm, framed and glazed

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £90
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Lot 2036

18th Century Fine Yellow Silk Open Robe and Matching Petticoat, Circa 1770-1780, woven with floral sprays, trimmed with pleated silk, three tiers of bobbin lace to each cuff and with matching lace around collar

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £800
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Lot 2037

18th Century à la Polonaise Floral Printed Silk Robe, Circa 1770-1780, printed in vibrant blues, greens and pinks upon a cream ground, the elbow length sleeves and hem fringed in similar colours, pleated silk panels decorating the front, bottom border and repeated on sleeves, with interior waist level ties and tapes

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £500
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Lot 2038

18th Century Turquoise à la Polonaise Plain Silk Gown, Circa 1770-1780, lacks petticoat, bodice and sleeves lined in cream linen, tapes to waist attaching to centre rear skirt creating Polonaise form, elbow length sleeves

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £750
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Lot 2039

18th Century Cream Silk Open Robe and Matching Petticoat FRONT, Circa 1780-1800, woven with red floral sprays, the petticoat with later added back panel, the elbow length sleeves edged in red silk, pointed front to bodice

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £850
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Lot 2040

Gentleman's 18th Century Long Embroidered Cream Silk Waistcoat FRONTS, embroidered with flowers and foliage, flap pockets, partial collar, front button fastening, lined in cream silk; together with a Gentleman's Waistcoat of Salmon and Brown Vertically Striped Silk, Circa 1790 -1800, stand up collar, welted pockets and borders of a woven silk ribbon, front buttoning with two rows of twelve buttons, back panel double layers of coarse cream linen with draw cords at waist and lower levels, lining bears hand written label attributing ownership to P?. Papillon Esq. Crowhurst Park Sussex, hand sewn; a Gentleman's 19th Century Short Waistcoat, of purple woven silk with silver flowers and foliage, backed with brown cotton, lacing at waist level, interior lining of cream cotton throughout; and a Pair of Possibly 18th Century Gentleman's Cream Silk Satin Breeches, buttoning and small pocket to waistband, centre front drop down panel, draw cord to centre back, draw strings at knees, appliquéd with ruched silk ovals bordered with cerise pink silk velvet (4)

Estimate: £140-180

Sold: £280
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Lot 2041

18th Century Candy Pink Quilted Petticoat, lacking drawstring, quilted with mainly foliate designs including stars, cream linen interior

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £110
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Lot 2042

18th Century Mid Blue Silk Quilted Petticoat, lacking drawstring, quilting of regular repeat nature pattern until bottom third of skirt quilted with tulips and undulating foliage, lined in cream linen; and another 18th Century eau de Nil Silk Quilted Petticoat, design of flowers and leaves, applied cream silk waistband (probably later), cream linen lining

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 2043

18th Century Fitted Silk Jacket, pale eau de Nil stripes alternating with woven floral stripes of cream and biscuit, front buttons present and with needlework coverings, small stand up collar, shaped sleeves with turned back cuffs, inside of the cuffs lines with cream silk and sleeves lines with light brown silk as is the body of the jacket, internal waistband of silk woven in gilt thread with the name "Madame S?imon **** Quay Masset ***", the rear skirt to jacket open at centre with pleats to each side, two further matching buttons

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300
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Lot 2044

Ladies Cream Silk Embroidered Waistcoat, Circa 1790, the embroidery decorating the pointed lapels, front of bodice and hemline, button front with six buttons to each side, inserted gussets to waist to follow the shape of the female form, the vibrant multicoloured embroidery mainly worked in silk thread with the addition of silk ribbon work, back panel and lining in heavy cream linen, centre back final two inches left open to allow for shaping

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 2045

Late 18th Century European Cerise Woven Silk Bonnet, adorned with metallic trimming, cotton ties to the back allowing a pleated shape, forming a closer fit to back of head, coarse linen interior (lacking original lining), bound in turquoise silk; together with another Late 18th Century European Woven Silk Bonnet, with gilt trimming, interior fabric with a coarse checkered linen in raspberry and cream, edged with pale pink silk, tapes to back of neck to gather into loose pleats

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £120
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Lot 2046

Late 18th Century Aqua Silk Calash Bonnet, several tiers of ruching towards a flat rear panel, gathered at the neck with a silk ribbon, plain fabric to shield back of the neck, lined in dark cream silk throughout; and a Similar Black Silk Example, with shorter neck frill, ruching to rear panel, additional bobbin lace to front, lined in pink silk (2)

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £180
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Lot 2047

Late 18th Century Silk Jacket, woven with stripes and floral sprays upon a salmon ground, long sleeves, pleated silk trim to front and hem with additional tiny silk floral detail, the fitted back with repeated deep pleats to lower section

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £400
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Lot 2048

Late 18th Century Cream Silk Bodice, woven with alternating raspberry stripes, flowers and diamond shapes, lined in cream linen, centre front fastening with internal tape panel at each side with hand finished holes (presumably to allow for lacing); together with an 18th Century Damask Cream Silk Apron, pleated at waist, tie waist in cotton, lined in fine linen

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £140
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