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HK 370A SO-CALLED DOLLAR HENDRIK HUDSON DAALDER – 1909

An estimated five to ten were struck in bronze by coin dealer Thomas Elder, this is the only one certified by NGC. Large elegant bust of Hendrik Hudson adorns the obverse. Struck in Bronze.

NGC 62 BN Jeff Shevlin Collection, the finest graded, the only one graded by NGC..……..………………..…..$3,250.00
HK 372 SO-CALLED DOLLAR HENDRIK HUDSON DAALDER – 1909

Hendrick Hudson Daalder So-Called Dollar created by Thomas Elder in 1909. Struck to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the discovery of the Hudson River and centenary of successful steamboat navigation. Obverse features male bust, on the reverse is a sailing ship. Struck in SILVER. Size of Gold Dollar.

NGC MS 62…………………………...………………………………………………………………...………………......$675.00

NGC MS 65, only one graded higher in 66..………………………………………………………...………………......$750.00


HK 373 SO-CALLED DOLLAR HENDRIK HUDSON DAALDER – 1909

Hendrick Hudson Daalder So-Called Dollar created by Thomas Elder in 1909. Struck to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the discovery of the Hudson River and centenary of successful steamboat navigation. Obverse features male bust, on the reverse is a sailing ship. Struck in Bronze. Size of Gold Dollar.

NGC MS 63 BN, only 6 graded, one higher in 64………………………………………….……...………………......$950.00
HK 374 SO-CALLED DOLLAR HENDRIK HUDSON DAALDER – 1909

Hendrick Hudson Daalder So-Called Dollar created by Thomas Elder in 1909. Struck to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the discovery of the Hudson River and centenary of successful steamboat navigation. Obverse features male bust, on the reverse is a sailing ship. Struck in Aluminum. Size of Gold Dollar.

About Uncirculated……………….……………………………………………...…...……………………………………...$39.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………….………………………............................................………………...…...$79.00

NGC MS 63…………………………...………………………………………………………………...………………......$115.00

NGC MS 64, only one graded higher in 65!.....................................……………………………...………………......$135.00


HK 382 HUDSON-FULTON DOLLAR – 1909

Exceptionally rare conjoined busts of Hudson & Fulton facing left. Two circles with ships on the reverse. Has the original blue, white and red ribbon attached with the bar above.

About Uncirculated………………………………..……….………..………………………………………..………………$85.00
HK 385 SO-CALLED DOLLAR HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION SAILING SHIPS – 1909

Obverse features a sailing ship, reverse features a steamship. Small letter obverse and reverse variety. Struck in Aluminum.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED, holed as virtually all aluminum pieces are……………………………..….…….…….$95.00

NGC MS 63, holed as made………………………………………………………………………………………...……..$165.00


HK 386 SO-CALLED DOLLAR MEETING OF PRESIDENTS TAFT AND DIAZ SILVER – 1909

Obverse features twin busts, reverse states In Commemoration of the Meeting of the Presidents Wm. H. Taft and Porfirio Diaz Oct. 16 1909. Struck to celebrate the meeting of the two presidents. Struck in SILVER.

About Uncirculated………………………………………………………………………………………………………….$565.00
HK 387 SO-CALLED DOLLAR MEETING OF PRESIDENTS TAFT AND DIAZ – 1909

To cement international relations and to promote reciprocal trade between Mexico and United States. Obverse features twin busts, reverse states In Commemoration of the Meeting of the Presidents Wm. H. Taft and Porfirio Diaz Oct. 16 1909. Struck in Copper.

NGC MS 63 BN………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….…….$465.00
HK 389 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PORTOLA FESTIVAL SAN FRANCISCO – 1909

Celebrates the 140th anniversary of the discovery of San Francisco Bay by the Portola party. Obverse features a large bear, reverse features a standing male figure facing into the sunset across the bay. Struck in Bronze.

About Uncirculated…………...………………………………………..………………………………………………...…$195.00
HK 398 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – PANAMA CANAL COMPLETION DOLLAR – 1914

Commemorates the completion of the Panama Canal. Full figured female standing on a ship with outstretched arms. Completion medal actually carried through the Panama Canal on the steamship Cristobal, the first ship to pass through the canal on August 3rd, 1914.

NGC MS 64……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…..………$285.00
HK 400 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION – 1915

The Official Medal from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California. Obverse features winged Mercury opening the Canal locks through which passes Argo symbol of navigation, setting sun reflecting on her sails. Reverse has two females representing the two hemispheres entwined about earth and holding in hands cornucopias. Struck in Bronze.

About Uncirculated……………………………………………………………………………………………………….…..$79.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED…………………………………………………………….…………….………$165.00

NGC MS 64……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…..………$185.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED…………………………………………………………….…………….……..……$225.00


HK 401 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION – 1915

The Official Medal from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California. Obverse features winged Mercury opening the Canal locks through which passes Argo symbol of navigation, setting sun reflecting on her sails. Reverse has two females representing the two hemispheres entwined about earth and holding in hands cornucopias. Struck in Gilt.

Choice About Uncirculated…………………………………………………………………………………………….…..$195.00
HK 402 SO-CALLED DOLLAR STATE FUND DOLLAR – 1915

Alabama State Fund Dollar from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition. A very popular piece with a price of $137.50 in the Hibler and Kappen book published in 1963. Struck in Bronze.

NGC MS 62 BN………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…..$185.00
HK 403 SO-CALLED DOLLAR STATE FUND DOLLAR – 1915

Arkansas State Fund Dollar from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition. Struck in Aluminum.

MMNS MS 64…………………………………………….……………………………………………………………….…..$95.00
HK 406 SO-CALLED DOLLAR LOUSIANA BUILDING – 1915

Louisiana Building Dollar from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition. Struck in Bronze.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………..……………………………………………………………..…………………...….$43.00
HK 407 SO-CALLED DOLLAR STATE FUND DOLLAR MARYLAND – 1915

Maryland Dollar from the 1915 Panama – Pacific International Exposition. Obverse has the State Seal, on the reverse is busts within twin circles one above the other. Top is James Ryder Randall bottom Francis Scott Key. Struck in Bronze.

Choice About Uncirculated …………………………………………………………………………………………....…..$139.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED, with loop………..………………………………………………………………….…….$129.00

NGC MS 64, only 2 graded finer, 1 in 65 and 1 in 66…………………………………………...............................….$245.00
HK 410 SO-CALLED DOLLAR KENTUCKY STATE FUND DOLLAR – 1915

Two Civil War figures shaking hands, ship with sails passing through the panama canal on the reverse. Struck in Bronze.

Extra Fine FOB, looped as made………………….....…………………………………………………...…....…………$495.00
HK 411 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC OREGON – 1915

A 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition – Oregon State Building Dollar. Struck in Bronze.

Extra Fine……..………………………………………...…………………………………………………...……..…………$19.00

NGC MS 63……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………$59.00



HK 414 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPO CALIF – 1915

The “California The Exposition State” Dollar from the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California. Struck in Gilt Brass.

About Uncirculated……………………………………………………………………………………………………………$48.00

NGC MS 62……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………$85.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………………..……………………………..$95.00

NGC MS 63 PROOF LIKE, only 7 graded finer…….……………………………………………………………………$125.00


HK 415A SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPO CALIF – 1915

The “California The Exposition State” Dollar from the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California. Struck in Gilt Brass.

NGC MS 63 PROOF LIKE, only 5 graded finer in 64 PL.………………………………………………………………$125.00
HK 416 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPO CALIF – 1915

Offered for sale is the “California The Exposition State” Dollar from the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco, California. Struck in Gilt Brass.

NGC MS 62……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………$75.00
HK 421 SO-CALLED DOLLAR FOUR PORTRAITS’ DOLLAR – 1915

PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION above SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF 1915 below. Signed Whitehead & Hoag Co. Aerial view North America with PPIE fairgrounds prominent. Reverse features four busts with an eagle above. Bronze.

NGC MS 62……………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………$215.00
HK 422 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PPIE US EXPOSITION DOLLAR – 1915

Ornamental gate with 1915 in center and Panama Pacific Exposition above. Reverse features map of U.S. with cities and dates of International Expositions held there. Struck in Gilt Brass.

About Uncirculated………………………………………………………………..……………………………………..….$135.00

NGC MS 62 Ostheimer Collection…………………………………………………………………….……………..……$325.00

NGC MS 64, only 1 graded finer in 65…………………………………………………………….…………...…………$385.00
HK 424 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PPIE OCTAGONAL DOLLAR – 1915

Obverse replica of $50 Gold Slug with eagle and shield in the center, 000 THOU in banner above eagle. In the center on the reverse legend reads SOUVENIR PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SAN FRANCISCO 1915. Signed C.G. BRINKER S.F.

About Uncirculated………………………………………………………………..……………………………………..….$295.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection, highest graded!......…………………….…………………………………………$495.00


HK 426 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – PANAMA-CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION OFFICIAL MEDAL UNCLE SAM – 1915

Official Medal from the 1915 Panama-California Exposition held in San Diego, California. The obverse features a full figured cartoon characterization of Uncle Sam in striped pants, coat tails, stars on vest and top hat. The background behind Uncle Sam is North and Central America, the handle of the shovel lies where the Panama Canal was dug. The reverse features the ship S.S. Ancon passing through the Panama Canal dated August 15, 1914. Struck in SILVER

About Uncirculated……………………………………………………………..…………………………………..…...….$169.00
HK 428 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – PANAMA-CAL EXPO OFFICIAL MEDAL– 1915

Official Medal from the 1915 Panama-California Exposition held in San Diego, California. The obverse features a full figured cartoon characterization of Uncle Sam in striped pants, coat tails, stars on vest and top hat. The background behind Uncle Sam is North and Central America, the handle of the shovel lies where the Panama Canal was dug. The reverse features the ship S.S. Ancon passing through the Panama Canal dated August 15, 1914. Struck in Gilt

About Uncirculated………………………………………………………………..…………………………………..…..….$69.00

Choice About Uncirculated……………………………………………………..…………………………………..…..….$115.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED…………………………………………………………………….………...….$135.00

NGC MS 62…..………………………………………………..…………………………………………………….…...….$165.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection, only 9 graded finer, 6 in 65 and 1 in 66..……….......................................….$235.00
HK 447 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – VETERAN CORPS OF ARTILLERY– 1917

Struck by NY coin dealer Thomas Elder, he used one of Dickeson’s dies “Confederation” and muled it with his reverse die on the Corps of Artillery. Struck in Aluminum, one of 11 to 20 struck.

NGC MS 61…..………………………………………………..…………………………………………………….…...….$725.00
HK 451 SO-CALLED DOLLAR 1926 SESQUICENTENNIAL EXPOSITION OFFICIAL MEDAL

This is the Official Medal struck on mint equipment at the Exposition to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Obverse features a Washington bust in the center within 13 stars. Reverse depicts Liberty torch in upraised left hand and palm branch in right, rides flying Pegasus to right above clouds, torch held between sun and rays. Struck in Copper.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………..………………………..……………….…….$115.00
HK 452 SO-CALLED DOLLAR 1926 SESQUICENTENNIAL EXPOSITION

Struck to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Obverse features a Washington bust in the center within 13 stars. Reverse depicts Liberty torch in upraised left hand and palm branch in right, rides flying Pegasus to right above clouds, torch held between sun and rays. Struck in Bronze.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………..………………………..……………….…..….$89.00
HK 453 SO-CALLED DOLLAR SESQUICENTENNIAL EXPO -1926

Struck to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Obverse features a Washington bust in the center within 13 stars. Reverse depicts Liberty torch in upraised left hand and palm branch in right, rides flying Pegasus to right above clouds, torch held between sun and rays. Struck in Gilt Brass.

Extra Fine……………………………………………………………………………………………………..……………….$24.00

About Uncirculated…………………………………...……………………………………………………………..….…….$49.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED plus………...……………………………………………...……….…..…...…..$95.00

NGC MS 64, only 6 graded higher in 65 and 1 in 66.……..…………………………………………………....…...….$115.00


HK 454 SO-CALLED DOLLAR 1926 SESQUICENTENNIAL EXPOSITION

Struck to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Obverse features a Washington bust in the center within 13 stars. Reverse depicts Liberty torch in upraised left hand and palm branch in right, rides flying Pegasus to right above clouds, torch held between sun and rays. Struck in Nickel.

NGC MS 61………………………………………………...……………………………………………….…...…..…...…..$89.00

NGC MS 62 Jeff Shevlin Collection……………………………………………….……….......................................….$105.00


HK 456 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – CONNECTICUT DOLLAR – 1926

Struck for Connecticut’s participation at the U.S. Sesquicentennial Exposition held in Philadelphia in 1926 and to honor Nathan Hale, a revolutionary war Patriot-martyr. Reverse quote “I REGRET THAT I HAVE BUT ONE LIFE TO LOSE FOR MY COUNTRY” dated 1755 1776. Nathan was either 20 or 21 years old at that time. Struck in Bronze.

NGC MS 62 Jeff Shevlin Collection……………………………………………….……….........................................….$69.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection……………………………………………….……….......................................….$109.00

NGC MS 65 Jeff Shevlin Collection, 2nd finest graded, 3 graded in 66……….……….......................................….$145.00
HK 458 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – MEDAL OF HONOR DOLLAR – 1926

Large defiant eagle standing over a nest with eggs looking towards the Sesquicentennial Exposition fair grounds. Medal of Honor on the reverse in the center of an ornate wreath. Struck in Brass

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED plus……………………………….………..............................................….$275.00
HK 459 SO-CALLED DOLLAR PACIFIC EXPOSITION – 1930

The only medal produced for the Pacific American International Exposition which was planned for in Portland, Oregon in 1930. The exposition never took place and this medal is quite scarce. Obverse design is a modification of the 1095 Louis and Clark Centennial Exposition. Reverse the Oregon Battleship – BULLDOG OF THE NAVY. Struck in Bronze.

NGC MS 63 BN Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………........................................….$250.00
HK 460 SO-CALLED DOLLAR McCORMICK REAPER CENTENNIAL – 1931

Struck to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Cyrus Hall McCormick’s invention of the reaper. Obverse depicts male bust of Cyrus Hall McCormick. Reverse has scene depicting two men, one mounted using horse drawn reaper. Struck in Bronze.

About Uncirculated…………………………………...………….……………………………………………………..…….$12.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………………………………………….…………………..…………...…..$29.00

NGC MS 62 Jeff Shevlin Collection……………………………………………….……….........................................….$32.00

NGC MS 64, 2nd finest graded, only 1 higher in 65…..……………………………………………………..…………….$75.00


HK 462 SO-CALLED DOLLAR WILLIAM PENN DOLLAR – 1932

A 1932 William Penn So-Called Dollar celebrates the 250th anniversary of his arrival in America. On the obverse William Penn wearing an armored bust. Reverse has scene depicting Penn’s first land purchase from the Indians. Full length standing Penn shakes hands with Indian chief who stands before seated tribesmen. Struck in Bronze.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED plus……………………………………………………...………………………………….$49.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED plus………………………………………...…………………………...……….$79.00

NGC MS 65 BN Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………........................................….$125.00

NGC MS 66, 2nd finest graded, only 1 graded higher in 66…………………………………………………………….$165.00


HK 463 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS – 1933

The Official Medal from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, IIlinois. Struck in Bronze

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………...………………………………………………………………………...…..$39.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED in original gold and black box with paper………………………………………...…….$69.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………………………………………...…….$65.00

NGC MS 66 Jeff Shevlin Collection, 2nd highest graded, 3 graded higher in 67…........................................….$155.00


HK 464 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS – 1933

A. & P. Carnival Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. On the obverse within a wreath of fruits and vegetables A&P Carnival Chicago Worlds Fair 1933. On the reverse is a large pig holding a bowl of fruit and vegetables. Gilt.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………...………………………………………………………………………...…..$44.00

NGC MS 64……………………………..............................................................................................................…….$95.00


HK 465 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS – 1933

Ford Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago. Struck in Bronze.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED plus…………………………………………………………...……………..…..$79.00
HK 466 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS EXPOSITION FORD DOLLAR – 1933

Ford Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago. Struck in Bronze.

About Uncirculated………………………………………..………………………….………………………………………$29.00

NGC MS 62 BN Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………..........................................….$56.00


HK 469 SO-CALLED DOLLAR HALL OF SCIENCE DOLLAR – 1933

Hall of Science Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Gilt.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED, holed as made, beautiful full gilt..……………………………………………$45.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED ………………………………………….………........................................….$45.00

NGC MS 63 PROOF LIKE, Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………........................................….$75.00

NGC MS 64 PROOF LIKE, Jeff Shevlin Collection…………………………………….........................................….$135.00


HK 469A UNLISTED SO-CALLED DOLLAR WORLD’S FAIR – 1933

On obverse instead of “A Century of Progress Chicago 1933” it says “Worlds Fair 1933 Chicago 1934”. Gilt.

NGC MS 62 ………………………..………………………………………….……….................................................….$49.00

NGC MS 63 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………..............................................….$115.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection, 2nd finest graded, only 1 graded higher in 65...........................................….$135.00
HK 470 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS – 1933

1933 Indian Head So-Called Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Struck in Brass.

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………................................................….$89.00

NGC MS 65, only 3 graded finer…………………………………………….………...............................................….$135.00


HK 473 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS – 1933

1933 Michigan So-Called Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Gilt, reddish.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………………………………………………$35.00

NGC MS 65 RB, 2nd highest grade, 5 finer in 66……………………………….………………..……..…….$89.00


HK 473B SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS EXPOSITION MICHIGAN DOLLAR – 1933

1933 Michigan So-Called Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Struck in Dow Metal added to the reverse design. A dark grey metal. Much rarer variety.

Extra Fine……………………………………..……………………………………………………………...……….…...….$39.00
HK 474 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS EXPOSITION TRAVEL DOLLAR – 1933

1933 Travel and Transport So-Called Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Obverse is a contemporary building. Reverse has a four leaf clover within a horseshoe. Gilt.

About Uncirculated………...………………………………………………………………………………………………....$29.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………..…………………………………….……………....….$39.00

NGC MS 60, one of only 10 graded by NGC…….…………………………………….………………….....……..…….$59.00
HK 474A SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS EXPOSITION TRAVEL DOLLAR – 1933

1933 Travel and Transport So-Called Dollar from the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition held in Chicago, Illinois. Obverse is a contemporary building. Reverse has a four leaf clover within a horseshoe. Gilt.

NGC MS 65 Jeff Shevlin Collection, the finest of only 6 graded by NGC.………..............................................….$165.00
HK 478 SO-CALLED DOLLAR GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION – 1939

This beautiful medal is one of the more difficult to obtain from the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. It features a large ornamental gate on the reverse and a map of the U.S. on the obverse with the dates and city locations whose major expositions were previously held. Struck in Gilt.

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….………..............................................….$295.00
HK 479 SO-CALLED DOLLAR GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPO – 1939

1939 Golden Gate International Exposition Lord’s Prayer Dollar – Type I, Protestant Translation. Struck in Bronze. NGC MS 62…………….………………………………………………………….………………………………………….$95.00

NGC MS 64, 2nd finest graded with 5 higher in 65...…………………………………………………………………….$130.00
HK 481 TYPE I SO-CALLED DOLLAR GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION – 1939

Type I no waves. Official Emblem-Treasure Island Dollar. On obverse is a tower and bridge and setting sun in the background. Reverse shows Treasure Island, airplane and bridge and setting sun in the background. Bronze Gilt.

Fine…………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….$15.00
HK 481 TYPE II SO-CALLED DOLLAR GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION – 1939

Type II waves, sun to the right and propellers are thin lines. Official Emblem-Treasure Island Dollar. On obverse is a tower and bridge and setting sun in the background. Reverse shows Treasure Island, airplane and bridge and setting sun in the background. Bronze Gilt.

Extra Fine…………….…………………………………………………….…………………………………………..……….$5.00

About Uncirculated…………….……………………………………………………………………………………………….$9.00

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