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        Svecia Antiqua et Hodierna. I-III.

      About 1667-1716. 351 av 353 graverade planscher inklusive titelsidor, porträtt, kartor och vyer, delvis dubbelsidiga eller utvikbara. Första delen innehåller samtliga 150 plr, del 2 innehåller 75 av 77 plr (nr 40 Strömsholm sett från brosidan och 77 Pålshammar saknas). Del 3 innehåller samtliga 126 plr. Tre samtida helskinnband, lätt nötta, guldornerade ryggar, marmorerat pärmpapper. Vol. 3 med skada upptill i främre yttre fals. En mycket bra uppsättning med planscherna i goda, tidiga avdrag. 351 of 353 engraved plates including titles, portraits, maps and views, partly double-page or enfolded. First volume contains all 150 plates, vol 2 contains 75 of 77 plates (no 40 and 77 are missing), vol. 3 contains all 126 plates. Three contemporary full calf bindings, with richly gilt spines with titles, marbled paste-downs, spine of vol. III with small damage to upper joint. A very good copy with early and fine impressions of most plates.. Plansch 77 i vol. II som saknas här finns inte heller med i 1924 års faksimiltryck och Erik Vennbergs förteckning på svenska över planscherna. Enligt uppgift saknas också ett porträtt över Ulrika Eleonora som inte finns upptaget i det index över planscherna som finns i vol. III

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        Brtiannicae Insulae in quibus Albium sive Britannia Maior Iuernia sive Britannia Minor tum et Orcades, Ebudes, Cassiterides

      Pierre Mariette Paris: Pierre Mariette, 1667. unbound. very good. Melchior Tavernier. Map. Engraving with original hand outline. Image measures 15.75" x Map of ancient Britannia and Roman tribes. No engraved right border. Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) is considered the founder of the French school of cartography. In reaction to the prevailing trend of Dutch lavishness, Sanson favored minimal details, focusing rather on accurate cartography than ornament. Worm holes to top edge. A few small tears along edges.

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        Sweriges rijkes siö-lagh: som aff then stoormäcktigste/ höghborne förste och herre her Carl then elfte/ Sweriges Giöthes och Wendes konung och arff-förste/ stoor-förste til Finland/ hertigh uthi Skåne/ Estland/ Lijfland/ Carelen/ Brehmen/ Vehrden/ Stettin-Pommern/ Cassuben och Wenden/ förste til Rügen/ herre ofwer Ingermanland och Wissmar; så ock pfaltz-grefwe wijdh Rhein i Beyeren/ til Gülich/ Clewe och Bergen hertigh/ &c.

      stadgat wardt åhr effter Christi byrd ett tusende sex hundrade sextijonde och siunde. Sthlm, G. Hantsch, 1667. 4:o. Front,(12),120,(16) s. Samtida lätt nött pergamentbd med senare ryggtiteletikett i marokäng och knytband. Även för- och eftersättsbladen förnyade men av gammalt papper. Fläckar upptill på bakre pärmen och ngt nött överst på ryggen. Bitvis småfläckig. Med en del äldre understrykningar och marginalkommentarer i bläck. Frontespisen uppfodrad på pergament och med en svårläslig namnteckning daterad den 12 juli 1667. Med Frithiof Grafströms namnteckning daterad 1887.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 490. En ny upplaga utkom redan 1668. Den fina och ovanliga graverade frontespisen med Stockholm i bakgrunden är osignerad. Hierta gissade på Hartmann eller Padtbrugge

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        Pinax rerum naturalium Britannicarum, continens Vegetabilia, Animalia, et Fossilia, in hac Insula reperta inchoatus

      London Roycroft 1667. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. Second Edition of 1667, contemporary full calf gilt impressed coat of arms to upper cover, raised bands and title label to spine. Two front blanks, pp16 title and dedication and pp 223 text (complete). Notably clean textblock without foxing, very clean bright and tight copy. SCARCE

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        The Temple. Sacred Poems, And private Ejaculations. By Mr. George Herbert, late Oratour of the University of Cambridge. The Ninth Edition, witih an Alphabeticall Table for ready finding out chief places. Psal. 29. In his Temple doth every man speak of his honour.

      Printed: 1667. 1593-1633 Duodecimo, . Nineth edition of the first book, the second Fifth edition. [*]6, A-L12, K6; A-C12. The text of the Temple includes the pattern poems, "The Altar," and "Easter Wings." Herbert's reputation rests on this remarkable collection of poems which mark perfectly the metaphysical tone of his spiritual unrest, which is resolved in final peace, "the Herbert we know through 'Aaron,' 'Discipline,' 'The Collar,' 'The Pulley,' and many other poems in which he strives to subdue the willful or kindle the apathetic self. His principal themes are those 'two vast, spacious things . Sinne and Love.' There is nothing soft in the poet who seeks to engrave divine love in steel; and a catalogue of gratuitous, untempered, and short-lived sweets leads up to the magnificent contrast of the disciplined soul that 'never gives.' "As the Anglican merges with the greater poet, so the 'quaint' writer merges with the metaphysical. Herbert had his share of the age's passion for anagrams and the like, which Addison was to condemn as 'false wit.' But the poet who could shape a poem in the physical likeness of 'The Altar' or 'Easter Wings' had, even more than most of his fellows, a functional sense of meter and rhythm. The technical experimentalist and master was, we remember, a skilled and devoted musician. The movement of his verse, taut or relaxed, can suggest all his fluctuating moods, from self-will or weakness to joyful surrender and assured strength. He moves from this world to the world of the spirit 'As from one room t'another,' or dwells simultaneously in both, and it is in keeping with that habit of mind, and with metaphysical origins in general, that many of his poems should be allegorical anecdotes, transfigured emblems. Apart from some of his fine dramatic openings, Herbert does not attempt the high pitch of Donne's 'Divine Poems.' His great effects are all the greater for rising out of a homely, colloquial quietness of tone; and peace brings quiet endings- 'So I did sit and eat;' 'And I reply'd, My Lord.' Though the friend and admirer of Donne (and of Bacon), Herbert did not cultivate scholastic or scientific imagery; mature and everyday life, the Bible and the liturgy were his chief sources. The highest truth, as he said more than once, must be plainly dressed. In spite of his classical learning and his Latin and Greek verse, he avoided the common surface classicism of the time. Of the elements of a deeper classicism, if we care to use that name, he had muscular density, precision, deceptive simplicity, and a dynamic sense of form. At times his structure may be a winding stair, but it is all built of seasoned timber." (D. Bush, English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, pages 137-138.)

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        Annalen der Physik und Chemie. Neue Folge Band XXXI & XXXII. (containing: H.R. Hertz, “Über sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen / Nachtrag zu der Abhandlung über sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen / Über einen Einfluss des ultravioletten Lichtes auf die electrische Entladung”)

      8vo. Volumes 31 and 32 bound together. Volume 31, pp. VIII, 1048. 7 plates in rear. Volume 32, pp. VIII, 704. 5 plates in rear. Includes titles for both vols. Pages are generally clean. Library impress stamp in upper corner of first title page and in corner of pp. 49-50. Occasional miniscule marginal tears neatly sealed. Bound in modern quarter dark brown morocco. The Hertz articles in volume 31 are on pp. 421-448, 543-544, 983-1000. In these articles “Hertz demonstrates what Maxwell had predicted that electromagnetic waves radiated in space with the speed of light. Hertz determined these waves to be of greater length than light and that they could be reflected, refracted and polarized. This discovery and its demonstration led directly to radio communication, television and radar.” Volumes 31 and 32 also contain writings by Max Planck, Wilhelm Röntgen, etc. [Dibner, p. 34]. [Norman Sale Cat. 1123; Dibner, Heralds of Science, 71; Honeyman 1667].

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        Les vrayes centuries et propheties... avec la vie de l`auteur, & des observations sur ses propheties

      Amsterdam, Winkeermans 1667.. 11 Bll., 95 S.; 8 Bll., SS. (105)-186, so komplett. Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenverg. 15 x 8,5 cm.

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        Phaedri, Augusti Caesaris liberti, Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque; notis perpetuis illustrati, & cum integris aliorum observationibvs, in lucem diti à Johanne Laurentio JCto

      Amsterdam, 1667. Phaedrus and Aesop. Phaedri…Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque, edited by Johannes Laurentius, (62),462,(204)pp. Double column text in Latin and Greek. Indices. Engraved additional pictorial title by Christian van der Hagen, 103 half page engravings in the text, light staining to lower outer corner of a few leaves, L7 slightly defective at upper outer corner with loss of a few letters (repaired), bookplate of William Oxnam, old calf with elegant blind-stamped border, g.e., a little rubbed and marked, sensitively rebacked, 8vo, Amsterdam, J. Jannson & Widow of Elizei Weyerstraet, 1667.8vo. Landwehr, Emblem & Fable Books, F-143; STCN (9 copies); not in The Fox and the Grapes; Checklist Aesopic Fables Pierpont Morgan Library; Stevenson Hobbs, Fables; for Hagen: Thieme-Becker 15, p. 461; Wurzbach II, p. 632. First illustrated Phaedrus edition in the Netherlands, richly and beautifully illustrated with 103 half-page engravings. The work contains the text of the 90 Phaedrus fables, with extensive notes added in small type in two columns at the end of each fable. With extensive indices and several laudatory poems, as well as a letter by Conrad von Rittershausen, the first to provide the Phaedrus fables with scholarly commentary. Beautifully illustrated with plates from original designs by an unknown artist. The frontispiece by Christian Hagen shows a Roman emperor in an architectural setting, offering a cap to Phaedrus who stands with an open book while Aesop stands aside, his book under his arm. Vey good copy with the plate on page 276 (brothel scene) intact.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Pharmacopœia Londinensis: or, the London Dispensatory. Further Adorned by the Studies and Collections of the Fellows now living, of the said Colledg [sic]...

      London: Printed by John Streater 1667.. 8vo, (xxiv), 305, (1, 38 Indices) pp. Browning and old underlining throughout, outer edge of the title laid down with loss, some wear to the edges of the other preliminaries, final leaf cut down with slight loss of text. Recent full calf, green spine label. An initially controversial translation of a work that the Royal College of Physicians would have preferred to remain in Latin, with Culpeper's own notes added in, which proved massively influential in the development of British medicine. Wing C7532. Wellcome II p414. First published 1649.

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        Novum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Testamentum SyriacË: cum punctis vocalibus, & versione Latina Matthaei ita adornata, ut unico hoc Evangelista intellecto, reliqui totius operis libri sine interprete intelligi possint: In gratiam Studiosa Juventutis & Studii Linguar. Orient. ppropagandi causaplenË & emendate editum, Accurante Aegidio Gutbirio, SS. Th. D. & Prof P. Clavis Operis, Lexicon, Grammaticam Syr. & Notas complexa, seorsim prodit

      NP Hamburgi: Cum privilegiis. Typis & impensis Autoris NP 1664-1667g 12mo. Contemporary leather with gold borders on front and back board. Gold-lined raised bands. All edges gauffered. 3 parts bound in 1 as published, each with separate dated title-page (* full title-page of part 2 & 3 below). Part 1 'Novum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Testamentum SyriacË' paged from right to left. Engraved title-page. [32],604pp. 1664. Parts 2 & 3 paged left to right. Part 2: "Notae Criticae Novum Testamentum Syriacum..." [8],55,[1]pp. 1667. Part 3: "Lexicon Syriacum..."[8],164,[64]pp. 1667. Syriac version with critical notes of the New Testament by Aegidius Gutbier (1617-1667) who was a professor of Oriental languages in Hamburg in the mid-seventeenth century. He was considered one of the leading Orientalists of his time. This work is based on previously published editions of the Syriac New Testament, and on two unpublished manuscripts, one of which belonged to Constantine L'Empereur. Heavy age wear and abrasions on binding. Remnants of pasted label on head of spine. Boards slightly bowed. Some scratching and slight staining on gilt page edges. Scribbling in pencil and minor handwriting in black ink on inside of front and rear board. Stamp of Vilna seminary on title-page of 'Lexicon Syriacum'. Text in Syriac and Latin. Includes Latin translation of the St. Matthew's Gospel. Binding in fair, interior in overall very good condition. Scarce. *Part 2 title-page: "Notae Criticae Novum Testamentum Syriacum, Ovibus Praecipua variae punctationis Exempla, aliaeque variantes Lectiones, quae observationem merentur, inter se conferuntur; Ex optimis quibusque Exemplaribus olim collecte, nunc vero in gratiam Studiosae Juventutis editae ab Aedidio Gutbirio, Profess. Publ. Hamburgi, Typis & Sumptibus Autoris, Anno M.DC.LXVII." Part 3 title-page: "Lexicon Syriacum, Continens Omnes N. T. Syriaci Dictiones et Particulas, cum Spicilegio Vocum quarundam peregrinarum, & in quibusdam tantum Novi T. Codicibus occurrentium, & Appendice, Quae exhibet diversas Punctationes, a praecipius hujus Linguae Doctoribus, in Europa, circa Novum T. Syr. hactenus usurpatas, Adjecto Indice Latino accuratissimo, & Catalogo Mominum Propriorum, Brevissima & Discentium studiis accommodata Methodo in usum Novi Testam. Syr. olim ita concinnatum, ut simul Latinae vicem explere possit; Nunc vero in lucem demum editum Autore Aegidio Gutbirio, Gymnasii Hamburg. Prof. P. Hamburgi, Typis & Impensis Autoris, Anno M. DC. LXVII."

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        Le blason des armoiries de tous les Chevaliers de l'ordre de la Toison D'Or. Depuis la premiere institution iusques ? present. Avec leurs noms, surnoms, titres, et cartiers, Ensemble leurs Eloges descrites en bref, le tout recueilly, par Jean Baptiste Maurice, Heraut et Roy D'Armes de la Maist? catholique.

      A La Haye, Chez Jean Rammazeyn Imprimeur, 1667. In folio, pp. 2 bianche, front., doppia ant. incisa in rame a p. p., 32 n. n., 494, 6 n. n., 2 bianche, mm. incisioni in rame con stemmi araldici dei componenti e delle famiglie appartenenti all'Ordine (una per ogni p. num.) leg. orig. in robustissima pelle marrone con dorso a 5 nervi, fregi e titolo in oro, punte in rame a coprire gli angoli dei piatti (messe successivamente), ex libris di appartenenza. L'Ordine del Toson d'Oro ? uno degli ordini cavallereschi pi? antichi e illustri. Fu fondato dal Duca di Borgogna Filippo il Buono, il 10 gennaio 1429, per celebrare le proprie nozze con Isabella di Portogallo, e comprendeva in origine 30 cavalieri (50 a partire dal 1516). Fra questi, il Sovrano nominava un Tesoriere, un Re d'Armi e un Cancelliere. Fin dalle proprie origini l'Ordine "fece demostratione de tre cose: Religione, Sublimit?, Apparati" come narrato da Prospero de Camulis, ambasciatore di Francesco Sforza alla corte di Borgogna, in una sua lettera del 9 maggio 1461. L'Ordine veniva riservato solo ai principi o grandi di Spagna o altissimi dignitari. Con la morte di Carlo il Temerario, ossia nel 1477, l'Ordine pass?, tramite la figlia Maria, agli Asburgo, in persona del futuro Imperatore Massimiliano, che lo trasmise ai propri discendenti. Quando la casa d'Absburgo eredit? il Gran Magistero dell'Ordine, Carlo V accord? numerosi privilegi a questa nobilissima istituzione cavalleresca. Nel 1712, nel contesto della lotta per la successione alla Corona di Spagna, il pretendente della Casa d'Austria reclam? la Sovranit? sull'Ordine e si impadron? del tesoro del Toson d'Oro nel 1714, che dal 1794 ? conservato a Vienna. Con l'abdicazione di Carlo V, il Gran Magistero dell'Ordine del Toson d'Oro venne mantenuto dalle case regnanti d'Austria e di Spagna. Nel 1700, essendosi estinta la linea spagnola, la casa d'Austria pretese di essere l'unica detentrice del Gran Magistero. Ma il re di Spagna Filippo V protest? e dopo lunghe discussioni, le due case regnanti s'accordarono di conferire, ciascuna per proprio conto, l'insigne Ordine. Da allora esistono dunque due rami dell'Ordine, ciascuno dei quali si considera come il solo legittimo: uno ha per Sovrano il Capo della Casa d'Austria, il secondo il Re di Spagna. Ulteriori diramazioni si ebbero con il regno di Giuseppe Bonaparte, e con quelli dei Pretendenti Carlisti, i quali si proclamarono Sovrani dell'Ordine e fecero alcune nomine. Ô curioso notare, in proposito, che i cultori di ordini cavallereschi, riferendosi al Toson d'Oro, usano il vocabolo "Sovranit?" per indicare la qualit? di Gran Maestro e ci? per ricordare come trattasi di un'eredit? autonoma e indipendente dalle Corone di Austria o Spagna, con proprie regole di trasmissione. L'Imperatore Napoleone Bonaparte aveva poi progettato un Ordine dei Tre Tosoni d'Oro, di cui furono redatti gli statuti e disegnate le insegne, nelle quali l'aquila napoleonica ghermiva tre velli di pecora d'oro, simbolo della Spagna, della Francia (Borgogna) e dell'Austria. Tale decorazione non fu mai n? concessa n? coniata, se ne conoscono solo alcune riproduzioni moderne. La decorazione consiste in un tosone o vello di pecora d'oro appeso a una collana composta di acciarini e pietre focaie. Il nastro dell'Ordine ? rosso. Normali tracce alla legatura, piccola mancanza della carta al frontespizio (per togliere una semplice nota manoscritta, forse un nome di appartenenza, di cui restano comunque tracce) coperta con un ritaglio di carta diversa. Peraltro esemplare magnificamente conservato, con finissime incisioni dalla bella impressione e con una carta dalla piacevole consistenza. Buonissimo stato di conservazione.

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        Collection of 9 (0r 11-12 ?) Suites of Baroque exterior designs for Fountains, Gardens, Grottoes, Statues etc. 76 engraved plates.

      Paris, mostly N. Langlois, (1667). Royal8vo oblong (19x29 cm). Old hcalf. Back worn. First hinge cracked. Some browning, some plates repaired on verso, some have old inscription in ink : L. Langlois rue St. Jacques. Small holes in 3 plates.. Contents: Le Poudre: 1. Suite with 22 plates of different gardens design, fountains etc, perhaps this is 3 suites without titles. (versailles etc.). No titlepage. - 2. Suite of 6 plates "Lieure de Parterres a la nouv. maniere pour orné Palais, Maisons. Paris chex l'Auteur" - 3. Suite of 6 plates. Nouveau desseins de Jardins, Parterres et Fassades de Maisons...Paris, N. Langlois n.d. - 4. Suite of 4 plates "Termes, Supports, et Ornemens, Pour embellier les Maisons et Iardins...n.d. - 5. Suite with 6 plates, Le Potre inuenties et fecit 1667 (large fountains) - 6. Suite with 7 plates probably le Pautre (Grottes, Fountains, Gardens)n - 7. A Suite with 4 plates fait par Du cerceau: Le Printemps, L'Este, L'Automme, L'Hiver (Sculptures). A Paris, N. Langlois - 8. Fanelli, Fr. A Suite with 16 plates, Fontaines et Iets D'Eau Dessinés d'apres les plus beaux lieux d'Italie (1661 ?), A Paris, Langlois. - 9. Fanelli. A suite with 5 plates "Dessins de Grottes par Fanelli" (1661 ?). Title in old hand on the first plate. In all 76 engraved plates, each measuring ca 17x26 cm

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        The Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety. [Bound with:] The Gentleman's Calling [And:] Private Devotions

      London: R. Norton for T. Garthwait 1667 London: R. Norton for T. Garthwait, 1667. First edition. 8vo. Engraved title vignette of a burning ship and 4 engraved plates. [20], 452, [24], 166 pp. Contemporary English black goatskin, tooled in gilt with a triple fillet outer border enclosing a double fillet border and a floral roll tool, floral hand tools at corners, spine in six compartments elaborately gilt, gilt edges (some restoration to joints). Wing A-1097. Provenance: P. Goring (name dated 1669 on front free endpaper); Henry B. Wheatley (bookplate)

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        In natalem auspicatissimum serenissimi potentissmique principis ac domini dn.

      Caroli Svecorum, Gothorum ac. Vandalorum regis principisque hereditarii [...] in illustrissima Christian-Albertina quæ Kiloni Holsatorum est ipso XXIV novembris die ann. MDCLXVI publica panegyrica e memoria dicta testatus est Christian Ehrenfrid Charisius jur. stud. Kiel, Joachini Reumani, 1667. Folio. (36) s. Samtida mycket smalt hfrbd, blind- och svartpräglad rygg och röd titeletikett. Fint exemplar. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD17 1:073202U. Warmholtz 4894. En hyllning till Karl XI på hans tolvårsdag, av juridikstudenten i Kiel Christian Ehrenfried Charisius (1647-97). Denne, som var född i Frankfurt an der Oder, bosatte sig senare i Stralsund, där han 1673 blev invald i stadens råd och 1681 borgmästare

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        An Advertisement. Whereas there is lately Printed and Published by his Majesties Printers, a Collection of all the Statutes in force . . . A counterfeit Impression of which Book is Printed by J. Streater . . . also very Imperfect . . . Caveat Emptor

      . Broadside measuring 6x9 inches, browned, the left margin torn and frayed, not affecting the text; no copy in Wing or ESTC. Assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker?, London, 1667?.

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        Ariana / Vom Herrn Des Marets Königlichem Rath/ [et]c. In Frantzösischer Sprache beschrieben/ und auß derselben Teutsch gegeben. nunmehro Mit künstlichen Kupfferstücken gezieret/ und mit einem Schlüssel/ deren in diesem Werck gedachten Namen/ vermehret.

      Mit gest. Titel und 17 Kupfertafeln. 7 Bll., 882 S., 1 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. VD17 23:328387B (nur ein Standort in Wolfenbüttel, mit nur 14 Kupfern!); Hayn-Got. II, 32 (mit 16 Kupfern). - Vgl. Wolfskehl 30. Seebaß 185 (Übersetzung Richters). - Zweite Ausgabe einer anonymen Übersetzung des berühmten französischen Barockromans. Die erste Ausgabe war 1643 bei Le Blond in Frankfurt erschienen. Die französischen Wendungen in der deutschen Sprache dieser Übersetzung werden in einem Gedicht, das der ein Jahr später in Leiden erschienenen Version G. A. Richters voransteht (gezeichnet J. G.), polemisch kritisiert. - Die Kupfer sind verkleinerte Nachbildungen der Illustrationen Bosses nach C. Vignon zur Pariser Quartausgabe von 1639 (Tchemerzine IV, 327). Ecken stärker bestoßen. Rücken fehlt fast vollständig. Wenig fleckig.

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