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Auctions and results - Saturday, November 21, 2015
Results: Wednesday (November 18th) Bonhams, London, modern British and Irish art. House Tops, Tetuan, View from the House of the British Minister by Sir John Lavery, sold for £45,000 (estimate £20,000- £30,000); Lemon by Louis le Brocquy £28,750 (£25,000- £35,000); Margarita by Daniel O’Neill, £27,500 (£20,000- £30,000); Cabins by a Lough: West of Ireland by Paul Henry – unsold (£20,000-£30,000). Forthcoming Auctions: Tomorrow, Sunday: Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Fine period interiors auction from noon. Antique furniture, pictures, porcelain and various collectibles, including rare chess sets. Viewing today, Saturday, 11am-5pm. Tomorrow, Sunday: Dolan’s Art Auction House – art and antiques auction at 2pm in the Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick, at 2pm. Includes painti...
Many statues moved at convent auction - Saturday, November 21, 2015
An auction of contents of two Mercy convents has unexpectedly turned out to be the most successful auction in Ireland in 2015 with 100 per cent of the 532 lots sold. Carrigtwohill, Co Cork-based auctioneers Lynes & Lynes held the sale last Saturday at the Mercy Convent, Balloonagh, Tralee, Co Kerry, and the sale also included some items from another Mercy convent at Rosscarbery in west Cork. Auctioneer Denis Lynes said it was his first “white-glove” auction (in which every lot is sold) in more than 40 years in the business. He said interest had been “phenomenal” and bidders – from Ireland and overseas – included past pupils and priests “from Belfast to Cork”. He described the crowds attending the three days of viewing – over 1,000 people a day – as “unreal”, and said so many...
Lavery, Yeats and Henry in Christie’s London aucti... - Saturday, November 21, 2015
Last month, Japanese Switzerland, a painting by Sir John Lavery was the top lot at Sotheby’s “Irish Sale” in London where it sold for £509,000 (approximately €693,000). Now Christie’s is offering another major painting by the artist in its “Modern British and Irish Art Evening Auction” at King Street in central London on Wednesday, November 25th. The Maid was in the Garden Hanging out the Clothes is estimated at £300,000-£500,000. The painting, measuring 29in by 15in, dates from 1883, and was last seen in public when it was sold at Christie’s in 1997 for £133,500. The title is taken from the third verse of the popular children’s nursery rhyme, Sing a Song of Sixpence which reads: “The maid was in the garden / Hanging out the clothes / When down came a blackbird /And pecked off h...
Moving souvenirs of first World War Dublin brother... - Saturday, November 21, 2015
Poignant mementoes recalling the lives of two Dublin brothers – soldiers who died in the first World War – will go under the hammer at John Weldon Auctioneers in Temple Bar on Tuesday (November 24th). The items, on view in the saleroom at Cow’s Lane from noon today, have been consigned to auction by a descendant of Alexander and Frederick Hamilton who served with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, a British army regiment. The items, being sold as a single lot with a guide price of €300-€500, include “ Two first World War medals, two next- of-kin memorial plaques, a letter from Buckingham Palace and a tankard”. The first medal is engraved: “19555 Pte F Hamilton RDF”, and the second, “19556 Pte A Hamilton’. The bronze memorial plaques are also each inscribed with the men’s names. After th...
Yeats painting with a sorry story - Saturday, November 21, 2015
Earlier this year, a mechanic in California lost out on a $1 million lottery prize because he could not find his winning ticket. Although he was identified in security camera footage from the shop where he had bought the ticket, he was unable to produce the crucial paper slip despite searching his house from top to bottom. Tough luck, indeed. While rare, the circumstance of losing a winning lottery ticket is dreaded by all gamblers. Unusually, the topic inspired an important painting by Jack B Yeats that goes under the hammer in de Veres Outstanding Irish Art auction in Dublin next month. The painting, Man In A Train, Thinking, measuring 18in by 24in, is estimated at €200,000- €300,000. Woebegone expression The painting depicts a man whom Yeats met on a train from Dublin ...
How to look after a Big House - Saturday, November 21, 2015
How to control woodworm? Clean a chandelier? Prevent the west-wing roof leaking? Owners of private houses of historical significance – as well as curators of heritage properties – are among the target audience for a study day in the saloon at Russborough House, Blessington, Co Wicklow, on Thursday. Titled Heritage Housekeeping: Philosophy and Practice, it is being run jointly by the Irish Georgian Society and the Institute of Conservators-Restorers in Ireland. Running from 9.30am-5.15pm, it includes formal presentations “about the appropriate care and cleaning of furniture, paintings and frames, carpets and other textiles, glassware, ceramics, silver, paper and photographs”. There will also be a “handling session using art objects from Russborough’s own collection” and a guided ...
Auctions and results - Saturday, November 14, 2015
Results: Wednesday (November 11th) Bonhams, London. A copy of the so-called Wicked Bible – published in London in 1631 – containing the infamously misprinted seventh commandment “Thou Shalt Commit Adultery” sold for £31,250 (€44,113), over double the top estimate (£10,000-£15,000). Forthcoming auctions: Monday (November 14th) Milltown Country Auction Rooms, Milltown, Dromiskin, Dundalk, Co Louth. Antiques auction at 5pm includes a selection of clocks from a private collection. Wednesday (November 18th) O’Reilly’s, Francis Street, Dublin 8. Auction of jewellery, watches and silver at 1pm. Viewing tomorrow . Sunday from noon-4pm. Lot 182 is an antique banded agate “relic ring”, also known as a “poison” ring, as there is a compartment underneath for keeping poison, a lock of hair o...
‘Rolls Royce’ of chess sets - Saturday, November 14, 2015
Fans of chess are likely to be among the bidders in Adam’s saleroom in St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, next Sunday, November 22nd. The “Fine Period Interiors” auction includes four versions of the board game. Lot 91 is an early 19th century English ivory chess set, one side stained red, the other left natural, estimated at €1,500-€2,000. Lot 93, by contrast, is a Spanish “white metal” set portraying the Conquistadors and Aztecs (€800-€1,200). But the highlights are two Jacques Staunton sets. Jaques of London was a family company that was famous for its redesign of chess sets named after the renowned Victorian chess master and author Howard Staunton. Kieran O’Boyle of Adam’s said “Jaques Staunton chess sets have been dubbed the Rolls Royce of chess sets and continue to be highly prize...
Lady Thatcher’s inimitable style - Saturday, November 7, 2015
As briefcases go, there’s none more exclusive than the red leather prime ministerial dispatch box embossed, in gold, with the royal cypher of Queen Elizabeth II. The famous “red box” owned by Margaret Thatcher – accompanied by a bound copy of her final speech to the House of Commons in November 1990 – is expected to attract worldwide interest when it is auctioned at Christie’s in London next month with a top estimate of £5,000 (€7,019) – a figure likely to prove very conservative. Thatcher, British prime minister from 1979 until she resigned in 1990, later sat in the House of Lords as Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven. Lady Thatcher died in 2013 and her personal collection is being sold by her heirs: daughter Carol and son, Sir Mark Thatcher. Christie’s said some 350 lots – clothes (...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, November 7, 2015
Auction Results Tuesday (November 3rd) Sotheby’s, New York. Winter in Florida (oil on canvas) by Sir John Lavery, $200,000 ($200,000- $250,000). Forthcoming Auctions Monday (November 9th) Mullen’s, Laurel Park, Bray, Co Wicklow. Fine art and furniture auction at 11am. Tuesday (November 10th) Adams Blackrock, 38 Main Street, Blackrock, Co Dublin. Interiors and fine art auction at 11am. Tuesday (November 10th) Matthews Auction Rooms, Oldcastle, Co Meath. Antiques auction at 6.30pm with more than 600 lots. Wednesday (November 11th) Woodward’s, Cook Street, Cork. Biannual auction of silver and art at 2pm. Highlights include items of provincial Irish Georgian silver. Forthcoming fairs Sunday (November 8th) Antiques and vintage fair, Clontarf Castle Hotel, Dublin 3. 11am-6pm Saturda...
A ‘Wicked Bible’ for sale - Saturday, November 7, 2015
One of the greatest howlers in English publishing history occurred in 1631 when a version of The Holy Bible was published in London with the word “not” omitted from the Seventh Commandment in Exodus XX, 14. As a result, “Thou Shalt Commit Adultery” appeared in print for the first, and presumably only, time. When the error was discovered, the royal printers Robert Barker and Martin Lucas were hauled before the Star Chamber by order of King Charles I, fined £300 (€421) and deprived of their printing license. The entire impression of 1,000 copies – of what became known as The Wicked Bible, also referred to as the “Adulterous” or “Sinners’ Bible” – was called in and the majority burned. But a few copies survived – believed to be fewer than 10. A copy of this “infamous and extremely s...
Convents . . . going, going, almost gone - Saturday, November 7, 2015
In the mid-20th century there were about 8,000 nuns in Ireland and at least one convent – and associated school – in almost every town. Today, it is estimated that only 10 women a year enter the religious life, so, within a few decades, nuns will be reaching endangered species territory. The role they played in Irish life – especially in education, nursing and hospital administration – had enormous impact, touched the lives of almost every family in the country and was, largely, a force for good. The precipitous decline in religious vocations has resulted in the closure of numerous convents throughout the country in recent years. The buildings and lands are being sold off and the contents of the convents regularly turn up at fine art and antiques auctions. These sales attract in...
Lynes & Lynes to auction contents of The Merc... - Friday, November 6, 2015
Lynes & Lynes auctioneers will conduct an on the premises auction of the contents of The Mercy Convent, Balloonagh, Tralee, Co Kerry on Saturday N...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 31, 2015
Forthcoming Auctions Tuesday (November 3rd) John Weldon Auctioneers, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin. Auction of jewellery, watches, silver and medals at 2pm includes a collection of medals awarded to “J Brunt of the Royal Irish Constabulary” during the early 20th century for his efforts in tug-of-war competitions at various locations including Belfast, Balmoral, Ennis, Galway and Longford. Among them is silver and gold medal Brunt won with the Belfast RIC “A District” Tug-of-War team – winner of the Alhambra Shield during a police sports tournament in 1911 (€200-€400 ). Tuesday (November 3rd) Oliver Usher’s Auction Rooms , John Street, Kells, Co Meath. Antiques auction at 5pm. Forthcoming Fairs Sunday (November 1st) Antiques, art and vintage fair, Lawlor’s Hotel, Dunga...
Charlie Chaplin film posters sell for three times ... - Saturday, October 31, 2015
Rare Charlies Chaplin film posters were among the highlights in an auction at Bonhams in London last week entitled ‘Richard Attenborough: A Life Both Sides of the Camera’. Attenborough, who died last year, was a well-known British actor and director whose career in the film industry spanned 65 years. He starred in films including Brighton Rock ( 1947), The Great Escape (1963) and Jurassic Park (1993). As a director, he won two Academy Awards for Gandhi in 1983. He served as president of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts; was made CBE in 1967, knighted in 1976 and raised to the peerage as Baron Attenborough of Richmond upon Thames in 1993.The auction included his collection of memorabilia. Valued at £10,000 – £15,000, posters ...
Irish link to art looted by Nazis - Saturday, October 31, 2015
An unexpected Irish link has emerged in the ongoing worldwide project to identify the rightful owners of art looted by the Nazis during the second World War. The London-based Art Recovery Group has announced that “a dispute over a painting looted in 1943 from an Irish-born art collector living in France has been resolved”. The painting, A Regatta on the Grand Canal by Italian artist Vincenzo Chilone (1758-1839), worth an estimated €80,000, was looted from John Jaffe’s collection by the Nazi-sympathising French government and had not been seen by the family for 72 years. John Jaffe was a member of a prominent Jewish family in 19th-century Belfast who had moved from there from Hamburg and established one of Northern Ireland’s biggest linen-exporting businesses. His brother, Sir Ot...
Freud’s portrait of ‘Brigadier’ set to sell for $3... - Saturday, October 24, 2015
Visitors to the Lough Eske Castle Hotel in Donegal will notice a large painting titled The Brigadier. It’s a portrait of Andrew Parker Bowles, a former British army officer and the ex-husband of Camilla Parker Bowles, the woman now married to Prince Charles. The painting is by Lucian Freud, the renowned, German-born English artist who died in 2011. But the Lough Eske painting is a copy – which is just as well for the hotel’s insurance policy because the original is worth an estimated US$30 million and will go under the hammer in a major art auction at Christie’s in New York next month. According to Christie’s, “for his portrait of Parker Bowles, Freud abandoned his common practice of painting his sitters naked, instead choosing to depict his subject in his dress uniform”. In a c...
Rare Irish 20p coin sells for €7,200 - Saturday, October 24, 2015
A rare 1985 Irish 20p coin sold for €7,200 and was the top lot at Whyte’s History auction in Dublin last Saturday. Regarded as one of Ireland’s rarest coins, it had an estimate of €5,000-€7,000. Whyte’s said the coin was a “trial piece” for a new coin scheduled to be minted the following year, 1986. In 1985, the Central Bank produced an estimated 500 coins, issued to various companies and organisations “to facilitate calibration of vending machines and other coin-operated devices such as public telephones”. The coins were supposed to be returned to the Central Bank to be melted down but about 50 never made it and, to date, about 10 have been recorded in private ownership. The example that was sold came from a retired employee of Telecom Éireann, who tested it 30 years ago in coin...
Medal given to EU ministers for attending meeting ... - Tuesday, October 20, 2015
The Irish government used to award medals to EU ministers for attending meetings, it has emerged. This unusual practice came to light following the sale of one of the medals at auction in Dublin. Whyte’s auctioneers said a bronze medal, given to one of the participants at a meeting of EU justice ministers, chaired by Ireland and held in Luxembourg in June 2004, had sold for €70 in its auction of historical memorabilia on Saturday .Under the EU’s system of rotating presidency, the meeting was chaired by former minister for justice Michael McDowell, then leader of the Progressive Democrats in Bertie Ahern’s Fianna-Fáil led coalition government. The medals were given to those who attended.The 75mm medal is a replica of Mr McDowell’s ministerial seal at the Department of Justice, Equ...
Original 1930s ‘Blueshirt’ sells for €1,400 at Why... - Sunday, October 18, 2015
An original Fine Gael “Blueshirt” from the 1930s sold at auction in Dublin for €1,400 on Saturday.This was within the €1,000-€1,500 estimate at Whyte’s auction of historical memorabilia.The item was catalogued as a “blue cotton military-style shirt with epaulettes and breast pockets and embroidered shield-shaped Fine Gael badge stitched to the left breast; together with a blue cotton uniform belt”.The auctioneers did not name the vendor or the buyer, but said it attracted considerable interest from TDs and Senators last week in Whyte’s on Molesworth Street, close to Leinster House.The uniform was worn by members of the Army Comrades’ Association – nicknamed the “Blueshirts” – established in 1932 by supporters of the outgoing Cumann na nGaedheal government. A “Blueshirts” flag – e...
Sotheby’s London Irish art sale returns - Saturday, October 17, 2015
Sotheby’s first auction in London dedicated to Irish Art took place 20 years ago, in 1995, and quickly became established as an annual landmark event in the art-market calendar. Following the economic downturn, and the sharp fall in Irish art prices, the Irish Sale was dropped in 2012 but has now been re-instated and will take place on Wednesday afternoon (October 21st). The 72 lots – paintings and sculpture – will go on view in London at Sotheby’s in New Bond Street from noon tomorrow, Sunday, until noon on Wednesday. Sotheby’s has expressed confidence about the sale claiming “demand from collectors of Irish art from outside Ireland has increased”. But the economic recovery underway in Ireland may also see bidding from collectors here – despite the strength of sterling versus t...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 17, 2015
Forthcoming Auctions Sunday (October 18th) Matthews Auction Rooms “Annual Absolutely No Reserve Clearance Auction” at 2pm in The Old Transport Museum at The Millhouse, Slane, Co Meath. Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday (October 20th, 21st & 22nd) Sheppard’s Irish Auction House, Durrow, Co Laois. Three-day auction titled Castle, Manors and Mansions. 1,600 lots. Viewing from noon today. Auction begins at 10.30am each day. Tuesday & Wednesday (October 20th & 21st) Mealy’s, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny. Two-day Autumn Fine & Decorative Art sale. Auction begins at 11am each day. Viewing from noon tomorrow. Over 1,300 lots including the collection of the late Tony Murphy formerly of Smarmore Castle, Co Louth including archives acquired from the Taaffe family of Smarmore Ca...
Cork lecture series on way - Saturday, October 10, 2015
The Cork Decorative & Fine Arts Society (CorkDFAS) has announced more details of its programme of lectures for autumn/winter 2015/2016.On November 4th, Mary Jane Boland, a lecturer in the History of Art Department at UCC, will give a talk entitled Constructing Identity? Art and Patronage in Ireland 1800-1830. On December 2nd, calligrapher and printmaker Kevin Honan will give a lecture entitled The Spirit and the Letter: Pilgrims, Books and Wild Ink.Events in 2016 include a talk on on February 3rd on the designs in the Honan Chapel by James Cronin of the School of History and Adult Continuing Education in UCC; on March 2nd, Michael Waldron, author, researcher, lecturer in UCC, will give a talk on The Most Palatable Irish Holy Alliance of Pope and Prince: A History of Cork’s Ca...
Adam’s auction features exotic items with ‘empire ... - Saturday, October 10, 2015
Three days of viewing begin this morning at Slane Castle, Co Meath for Adam’s annual Country House Collections auction which takes place on Tuesday, October 13th. Highlights include “splendid Georgian pieces” of furniture such as Lot 371, a neo-classical giltwood mirror by Booker Brothers of Dublin, described as a “tour de force” (€40,000-€60,000) and, among the paintings, Lot 244, a late 18th century oil of a mother and child by Nathaniel Hone (€20,000-€30,000). Lot 92, is “an Italian carved white marble group depicting five putti musicians standing on an oval base, raised on a green marble fluted column” , attributed to Ferdinando Vichi in late 19th century Florence and estimated at €15,000-€25,000. There are also exotic silks, porcelains, jade and various “objets” from the In...
A real ‘Blueshirt’ to be auctioned at Whyte’s - Saturday, October 10, 2015
It’s one of the best-known uniforms in Irish political history but the real thing is very rare. An actual shirt and belt of the Army Comrades’ Association – better known as the “Blueshirts” – is among the lots in Whyte’s auction of historical memorabilia and collectibles in Dublin next Saturday, October 17th. The “blue cotton military-style shirt with epaulettes and breast pockets and embroidered shield-shaped Fine Gael badge stitched to the left breast; together with a blue cotton uniform belt” is estimated at €1,000-€1,500. The Army Comrades’ Association (ACA), later named National Guard, was a short-lived quasi-military organisation established in 1932 to provide physical security for Cumann na nGaedheal during the party’s handover of power to Fianna Fáil. The following year, ...
‘God Save the Queen’ clock sells for €115,000 - Saturday, October 10, 2015
There was standing room only in the saleroom at the Killashee House Hotel in Naas, Co Kildare, on Tuesday when Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers sold the contents of Patrick Guinness’s Furness House and property from other unnamed clients. Although not one of the Guinness lots, the top price – €115,000 – was achieved for a large grandfather clock that plays God Save the Queen and was previously on loan to Leinster House. Known as the “Speaker’s Clock” it was once, reputedly, also part of the furnishings in the old Irish Parliament on College Green. The clock was bought by a telephone bidder and, while the price was above the estimate (€70,000-€90,000), represented a big drop in value since 2006 when it was sold privately for a price reputedly close to €500,000. The buyer of the clock has ...
Bonhams’ Dublin office to host ‘Dublin Fragments’ ... - Saturday, October 3, 2015
International auctioneers are not always selling. London-based Bonhams has announced that its Ireland office will host a non-selling exhibition called Dublin Fragments – a major exhibition of architectural artefacts, mainly from lost Dublin houses – at its offices in 31 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, from next Friday, October 9th until October 21st. Bonhams said the exhibition features the collection of memorabilia owned by the painter and architectural historian, Peter Pearson, who collected the pieces during the 1970s and 1980s, “a period when swathes of Dublin’s 18th and 19th century architectural heritage were being torn down for development and road widening”. The exhibition also includes a number of his paintings depicting various landmarks – such as Nelson’s Pillar – which h...
Auction Results - Saturday, October 3, 2015
Monday (September 28th) Whyte’s, Irish & International Art auction, RDS, Dublin 4. 80 per cent of lots sold. An original oil painting for the frontispiece of an edition of JM Synge’s play, The Playboy of the Western World by Sean Keating sold for €65,000 (€35,000-€45,000); Group Portrait of a Family, with Mountains Beyond by Joseph Patrick Haverty €42,000 (30,000-50,000); Portrait of Vivian Hugh Smith (1867-1956), later 1st Baron Bicester of Tusmore Park by Sir William Orpen €26,000 (€10,000-€15,000); The Consecration of The Roman Catholic Church of St Mary’s, Pope’s Quay, Cork by James Mahoney €19,000 (€8,000-€10,000); a 2ft high bronze maquette (model) of the sculpture of poet WB Yeats (in Stephen Street, Sligo) by Rowan Gillespie €17,000 (€8,000 - €10,000); the Freedom of ...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 10, 2015
Auction Results Wednesday (September 30th) Sotheby’s, London. Rare travel books relating to the polar explorers. Described as “the first book printed in the Antarctic”, Ernest Shackleton’s Aurora Australis sold for £122,500 (estimated at £50,000-£70,000) – an auction record for this book, “one of the most celebrated travel books ever written”. The Heart of the Antarctic by Ernest Shackleton, published in London in 1909, which is signed by the author and “all of the shore party” and is “an account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909” sold for £50,000 (estimated at £10,000- £15,000). Lion Heart Autographs, New York. Auction of Titanic memorabilia. A menu for the last lunch served aboard Titanic sold for $88,000 ($50,000-$70,000); a ticket for the weighing chair located in...
Last chance to see John Lavery - Saturday, October 10, 2015
A selection of important Irish paintings due to be auctioned at Sotheby’s “Irish Sale” in London later this month is on view, for the last time in Ireland, at the Royal Hibernian Academy gallery, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2, from 10am until 3pm today. The top lot is Japanese Switzerland – a painting of his wife and step-daughter in the Swiss Alps – by Sir John Lavery which has been on loan to the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin for the last 20 years but is now being sold by its private owner and is estimated at £300,000- £500,000. Also on display are The Talkers by Jack B Yeats and Hastings Railway Station by Walter Frederick Osborne – both also previously loaned to the Hugh Lane; and, View from Howth by Sir William Orpen, previously on loan to the Hunt Museum in Limerick. The paintings w...
Chinese vases fetch a record €560,000 at Laois auc... - Saturday, September 26, 2015
Downton Abbey’s return to TV screens last weekend, with an opening storyline about a country-house auction, provided the perfect curtain-raiser to Sheppard’s two-day auction of the contents of Capard House in Co Laois this week. And big spenders, who hadn’t quite all been diverted to the ploughing, in nearby Ratheniska, were out in force. A couple who had travelled from Beijing to Ireland, especially for the auction, successfully bid €560,000 for Lot 143 – a pair of large Chinese “Qing period” powder-blue vases, each 2.5ft high and on individual carved giltwood stands – trouncing the estimate of €30,000-€40,000. The result was greeted with warm applause. The price is the highest ever paid at auction in Ireland for Chinese porcelain. Earlier in the sale, Lot 117, a pair of unrema...
Watercolours in Dún Laoghaire - Saturday, September 26, 2015
The 161st exhibition of the Water Colour Society of Ireland, opening at the Concourse Gallery, Dún Laoghaire County Hall on Monday, features some 280 paintings in watercolour, gouache and pastels with drawings and limited-edition signed prints, on sale to the public with most prices in the €350-€850 range. Subjects include landscapes, seascapes, still life, animal and life studies, as well as botanical, floral, architectural and figure work. The exhibition includes two paintings by Cork-born Aine Divine “the only Irish artist and the only artist working in watercolour to make the finals of the Sky Portrait Artist of the Year Award” – a self portrait and a portrait of Neil Hannon, lead singer with The Divine Comedy.Among other artists exhibiting are the society’s president, Ann O’...
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