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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2015-06-23
United States Carriers and Locals
c
Sale Number 1101, Lot Number 772, Local Posts: Jones City Express thru Jays DispatchJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Three covers or fronts, first is a new item to our census, stamp with small faults, uncancelled and affixed to folded cover to Pittsburgh Pa., red "Brooklyn N.Y. Oct. 8" circular datestamp and matching "10" handstamp for over-300 miles rate, cover with soiling and flaws, second uncancelled on part of 1845 folded letter with one flap, clear red "Boyd's Brooklyn City Express Post June 11, O'C." oval handstamp, creased from letter fold and rubbed on face, #6 in our census (Siegel Sale 164, lot 759), third with a bit more than half of the stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, #8 in our censuse, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1283), first cover in this lot is accompanied by a 2009 P.F. certificate

E. 1,000-1,500
850
United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2012-03-01
United States Stamps
c
Sale Number 1019, Lot Number 1002, Carriers and LocalsJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Slightly cut in with framelines mostly complete on three sides, uncancelled as usual, appears to be genuinely used on beautiful embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, but accompanying P.F. certificate declines opinion on usage, no street address but delivered in Brooklyn, small closed tear at bottom of stamp is all but undetectable, slight light diagonal bend in stamp, original gum visible thru lace pattern of cover, Very Fine appearance, only nine covers and two fronts are recorded in our census, including the example offered here, with 2002 P.F. certificate, Scott Retail as used, off-cover

1,500
1,700
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2011-06-18
2011 Rarities of the World
c
Sale Number 1010, Lot Number 148, Carriers and LocalsJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Full side margins, slightly in at top and bottom, uncancelled as usual, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter from Brooklyn to New York City street address (pencil "44 Wall"), red "Boyd's City Express Post, Feb. 18 12 O'C" oval datestamp, file folds clear of stamp

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE NINE RECORDED FULL COVERS WITH THE RARE STAMP ISSUED BY JONES' CITY EXPRESS OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

It has been written that Jones' City Express existed from late 1844 through early 1845 (Patton book), but dated covers are known only as early as Jan. 29, 1845, and as late as Nov. 4, 1845. It is supposed that the proprietor was George G. Jones, based on the 1844 Brooklyn directory, listing him as an engraver with residence at Clinton Avenue and Jamaica Road. George G. Jones is listed in later directories as manager of the Metropolitan Errand and Carrier Express Company in New York City (source: Abt notes). Conjunctive usages indicate that Jones linked with Boyd's in Manhattan for local city delivery and with American Letter Mail Co. and Hale & Co. for inter-city service (prior to July 1, 1845).

Our updated records contain nine covers and two fronts (or pieces) with the 91L1 stamp: 1) uncancelled, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter to John Jay, New York City, red Boyd's oval, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden, Gordon N. John, the cover offered here; 2) uncancelled, used on cover to Junins L. Taylor, local addressee, "Paid" straightline, ex Caspary; 3) cut to shape, used with American Letter Mail Co. 5L2 cut to shape (tied), on folded cover to Counsellor Gieloeu (spelling?), Philadelphia, red Am. Letter Mail oval (NYC) and circle (Phila.) handstamps, ex Patton (Robson Lowe sale, Mar. 1, 1973, lot 1604); 4) uncancelled, manuscript "Paid" on cover to J.D. & C.S. Pratt, East Chatham, N.Y., ex Boker; 5) uncancelled on Aug. 10, 1845 folded letter to Wm. Danforth, Hartford Conn., red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, Siegel 1995 Rarities sale; 6) described as "Uncancelled on cover pmk. Boyd's Brooklyn City Express. Creased from letter fold and rubbed on face. Rare.", Siegel Sale 164, lot 759, no photo; 7) uncancelled on turned folded cover to Jno. W. Mitchell, New York City, red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, ex Golden; 8) part of stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1283, unsold); 9) tied by Hale & Co. oval with Collect box on large piece, Siegel Sale 358, lot 1004; 10) uncancelled on embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, Siegel Sale 841, lot 1629; and 11) uncancelled on 1845 folded letter to Constant Guilleau, Phila., red Brooklyn Nov. 4 datestamp, "Paid" and "5", Gronowski collection.

In terms of condition and the added feature of conjunctive usage with Boyd's, in our opinion the cover offered here is one of the three finest. Approximately six or seven off-cover 91L1 stamps are known.

Signed Sloane. Ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden and Gordon N. John. With 1999 P.F. certificate.

E. 4,000-5,000
3,750
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2008-12-03
The Alan Geisler Collection of Carriers and Locals
c
Sale Number 965, Lot Number 1218, Local and Private Posts (Jays thru Messenkope)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Full margins on three sides, clear to slightly in at right, uncancelled as usual, used on cover, neat "Paid" handstamp at left

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE NINE RECORDED FULL COVERS WITH THE RARE STAMP ISSUED BY JONES' CITY EXPRESS OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

It has been written that Jones' City Express existed from late 1844 through early 1845 (Patton book), but dated covers are known only as early as Jan. 29, 1845, and as late as Nov. 4, 1845. It is supposed that the proprietor was George G. Jones, based on the 1844 Brooklyn directory, listing him as an engraver with residence at Clinton Avenue and Jamaica Road. George G. Jones is listed in later directories as manager of the Metropolitan Errand and Carrier Express Company in New York City (source: Abt notes). Conjunctive usages indicate that Jones linked with Boyd's in Manhattan for local city delivery and with American Letter Mail Co. and Hale & Co. for inter-city service (prior to July 1, 1845).

Our updated records contain nine covers and two fronts (or pieces) with the 91L1 stamp: 1) uncancelled, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter to John Jay, New York City, red Boyd's oval, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden (realized $7,500 hammer); 2) uncancelled, used on cover to Junins L. Taylor, local addressee, "Paid" straightline, ex Caspary, the cover offered here; 3) cut to shape, used with American Letter Mail Co. 5L2 cut to shape (tied), on folded cover to Constant Guilleau, Philadelphia, red Am. Letter Mail oval (NYC) and circle (Phila.) handstamps, ex Patton (Robson Lowe sale, Mar. 1, 1973, lot 1604); 4) uncancelled, ms. "Paid" on cover to J.D. & C.S. Pratt, East Chatham, N.Y., ex Boker; 5) uncancelled on Aug. 10, 1845 folded letter to Wm. Danforth, Hartford Conn., red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, Siegel 1995 Rarities sale; 6) described as "Uncancelled on cover pmk. Boyd's Brooklyn City Express. Creased from letter fold and rubbed on face. Rare.", Siegel Sale 164, lot 759, no photo; 7) uncancelled on turned folded cover to Jno. W. Mitchell, New York City, red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, ex Golden (realized $3,000 hammer); 8) part of stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1283, unsold); 9) tied by Hale & Co. oval with Collect box on large piece, Siegel Sale 358, lot 1004; 10) uncancelled on embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, Siegel Sale 841, lot 1629; and 11) uncancelled on 1845 folded letter to Constant Guilleau, Phila., red Brooklyn Nov. 4 datestamp, "Paid" and "5", Gronowski collection.

Ex Caspary. Signed Sloane. With 1999 P.F. certificate. Scott Retail $3,500.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,400
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2003-11-14
The Gordon N. John Collection of U.S. Pre-July 1845 Stamps
c
Sale Number 868, Lot Number 2077, JonesJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Full side margins, slightly in at top and bottom, uncancelled as usual, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter from Brooklyn to New York City street address (pencil "44 Wall"), red "Boyd's City Express Post, Feb. 18 12 O'C" oval datestamp, file folds clear of stamp

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE NINE RECORDED FULL COVERS WITH THE RARE STAMP ISSUED BY JONES' CITY EXPRESS OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

It has been written that Jones' City Express existed from late 1844 through early 1845 (Patton book), but dated covers are known only as early as Jan. 29, 1845, and as late as Nov. 4, 1845. It is supposed that the proprietor was George G. Jones, based on the 1844 Brooklyn directory, listing him as an engraver with residence at Clinton Avenue and Jamaica Road. George G. Jones is listed in later directories as manager of the Metropolitan Errand and Carrier Express Company in New York City (source: Abt notes). Conjunctive usages indicate that Jones linked with Boyd's in Manhattan for local city delivery and with American Letter Mail Co. and Hale & Co. for inter-city service (prior to July 1, 1845).

Our updated records contain nine covers and two fronts (or pieces) with the 91L1 stamp: 1) uncancelled, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter to John Jay, New York City, red Boyd's oval, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden (realized $7,500 hammer); 2) uncancelled, used on cover to Junins L. Taylor, local addressee, "Paid" straightline, ex Caspary; 3) cut to shape, used with American Letter Mail Co. 5L2 cut to shape (tied), on folded cover to Counsellor Gieloeu (spelling?), Philadelphia, red Am. Letter Mail oval (NYC) and circle (Phila.) handstamps, ex Patton (Robson Lowe sale, Mar. 1, 1973, lot 1604); 4) uncancelled, ms. "Paid" on cover to J.D. & C.S. Pratt, East Chatham, N.Y., ex Boker; 5) uncancelled on Aug. 10, 1845 folded letter to Wm. Danforth, Hartford Conn., red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, Siegel 1995 Rarities sale; 6) described as "Uncancelled on cover pmk. Boyd's Brooklyn City Express. Creased from letter fold and rubbed on face. Rare.", Siegel Sale 164, lot 759, no photo; 7) uncancelled on turned folded cover to Jno. W. Mitchell, New York City, red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, ex Golden (realized $3,000 hammer); 8) part of stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1283, unsold); 9) tied by Hale & Co. oval with Collect box on large piece, Siegel Sale 358, lot 1004; 10) uncancelled on embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, Siegel Sale 841, lot 1629; and 11) uncancelled on 1845 folded letter to Constant Guilleau, Phila., red Brooklyn Nov. 4 datestamp, "Paid" and "5", Gronowski collection.

In terms of condition and the added feature of conjunctive usage with Boyd's, in our opinion the cover offered here is one of the three finest. Approximately six or seven off-cover 91L1 stamps are known.

Signed Sloane. Ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly and Golden. With 1999 P.F. certificate.

E. 7,500-10,000
7,500
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
2001-12-17
U.S. & C.S.A. Postal History/Foreign
c
Sale Number 841, Lot Number 1629, LocalsJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Slightly cut in with framelines mostly complete on three sides, uncancelled as usual, appears to be genuinely used on beautiful embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, no street address but delivered in Brooklyn, light diagonal bend in stamp, original gum visible thru lace pattern of cover

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE NINE RECORDED FULL COVERS WITH THE RARE STAMP ISSUED BY JONES' CITY EXPRESS OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

It has been written that Jones' City Express existed from late 1844 through early 1845 (Patton book), but dated covers are known only as early as Jan. 29, 1845, and as late as Nov. 4, 1845. It is supposed that the proprietor was George G. Jones, based on the 1844 Brooklyn directory, listing him as an engraver with residence at Clinton Avenue and Jamaica Road. George G. Jones is listed in later directories as manager of the Metropolitan Errand and Carrier Express Company in New York City (source: Abt notes). Conjunctive usages indicate that Jones linked with Boyd's in Manhattan for local city delivery and with American Letter Mail Co. and Hale & Co. for inter-city service (prior to July 1, 1845).

Our updated records contain nine covers and two fronts (or pieces) with the 91L1 stamp: 1) uncancelled, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter to John Jay, New York City, red Boyd's oval, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1281, realized $7,500 hammer); 2) uncancelled, used on cover to Junins L. Taylor, local addressee, "Paid" straightline, ex Caspary; 3) cut to shape, used with American Letter Mail Co. 5L2 cut to shape (tied), on folded cover to Counsellor Gieloeu (spelling?), Philadelphia, red Am. Letter Mail oval (NYC) and circle (Phila.) handstamps, ex Patton (Robson Lowe sale, Mar. 1, 1973, lot 1604); 4) uncancelled, ms. "Paid" on cover to J.D. & C.S. Pratt, East Chatham, N.Y., ex Boker; 5) uncancelled on Aug. 10, 1845 folded letter to Wm. Danforth, Hartford Conn., red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, Siegel 1995 Rarities sale; 6) described as "Uncancelled on cover pmk. Boyd's Brooklyn City Express. Creased from letter fold and rubbed on face. Rare.", Siegel Sale 164, lot 759, no photo; 7) uncancelled on turned folded cover to Jno. W. Mitchell, New York City, red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1282, realized $3,000 hammer); 8) part of stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, ex Golden (Siegel Sale 817, lot 1283, unsold); 9) tied by Hale & Co. oval with Collect box on large piece, Siegel Sale 358, lot 1004; 10) uncancelled on embossed Valentine cover to Miss Jane Case, the cover offered here; and 11) uncancelled on 1845 folded letter to Constant Guilleau, Phila., red Brooklyn Nov. 4 datestamp, "Paid" and "5", Gronowski collection.

Although the physical appearance supports the use of the Jones stamp on this cover, it is offered "as is" with respect to usage.

E. 2,000-3,000
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
1999-11-15
The David Golden Collection of U.S. Carriers and Locals
c
Sale Number 817, Lot Number 1281, Jones City Express (Brooklyn NY)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Full side margins, slightly in at top and bottom, uncancelled as usual, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter from Brooklyn to New York City street address (pencil "44 Wall"), red "Boyd's City Express Post, Feb. 18 12 O'C" oval datestamp, file folds clear of stamp

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE SEVEN RECORDED FULL COVERS WITH THE RARE STAMP ISSUED BY JONES' CITY EXPRESS OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

It has been written that Jones' City Express existed from late 1844 through early 1845 (Patton book), but dated covers are known only as early as Jan. 29, 1845, and as late as Aug. 10, 1845. It is supposed that the proprietor was George G. Jones, based on the 1844 Brooklyn directory, listing him as an engraver with residence at Clinton Avenue and Jamaica Road. George G. Jones is listed in later directories as manager of the Metropolitan Errand and Carrier Express Company in New York City (source: Abt notes). Conjunctive usages indicate that Jones linked with Boyd's in Manhattan for local city delivery and with American Letter Mail Co. and Hale & Co. for inter-city service (prior to July 1, 1845).

We record seven covers and two fronts (or pieces) with the 91L1 stamp: 1) uncancelled, used on Feb. 17, 1845 folded letter to John Jay, New York City, red Boyd's oval, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, the cover offered here; 2) uncancelled, used on cover to Junins L. Taylor, local addressee, "Paid" straightline, ex Caspary; 3) cut to shape, used with American Letter Mail Co. 5L2 cut to shape (tied), on folded cover to Counsellor Gieloeu (spelling?), Philadelphia, red Am. Letter Mail oval (NYC) and circle (Phila.) handstamps, ex Patton (Robson Lowe sale, Mar. 1, 1973, lot 1604); 4) uncancelled, ms. "Paid" on cover to J.D. & C.S. Pratt, East Chatham, N.Y., ex Boker; 5) uncancelled on Aug. 10, 1845 folded letter to Wm. Danforth, Hartford Conn., red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, Siegel 1995 Rarities sale; 6) described as "Uncancelled on cover pmk. Boyd's Brooklyn City Express. Creased from letter fold and rubbed on face. Rare.", Siegel Sale 164, lot 759, no photo; 7) uncancelled on turned folded cover to Jno. W. Mitchell, New York City, red Brooklyn datestamp and "5" rate, offered as lot 1282 in this sale; 8) part of stamp (torn) on front only to Isaac Wendell, Philadelphia, with red American Letter Mail Co. (Phila.) circle and framed Collect handstamp, offered in this sale as lot 1283; and 9) tied by Hale & Co. oval with Collect box on large piece, Siegel Sale 358, lot 1004.

In terms of condition and the added feature of conjunctive usage with Boyd's, in our opinion the cover offered here is one of the three finest. Approximately six or seven off-cover 91L1 stamps are known.

Signed Sloane. Ex Caspary, Boker and Lilly.

E. 7,500-10,000
7,500
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
1999-11-15
The David Golden Collection of U.S. Carriers and Locals
c
Sale Number 817, Lot Number 1282, Jones City Express (Brooklyn NY)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). One frameline shows, others sides slightly cut into, uncancelled as usual, used on turned folded cover, interior addressed to 63 Wellaby St. in Brooklyn, re-used to Jno. Mitchell at 23 Nassau St. in New York City, red "Brooklyn N.Y. Jan. 29" (ca. 1845) circular datestamp and "5" rate handstamp, file folds clear of stamp

FINE. ONE OF SEVEN RECORDED FULL COVERS AND AN INTERESTING USE OF JONES' CITY EXPRESS STAMP TO BRING LETTER TO THE BROOKLYN POST OFFICE FOR DELIVERY TO MANHATTAN.

A complete list of the nine 91L1 usages (including two fronts or pieces) is provided in lot 1281. Two Boyd's conjunctive usages indicate an arrangement to have Boyd deliver letters in Manhattan. However, in this case Jones brought the letter to the Brooklyn post office, which delivered it in the regular mails to New York City for 5c. This is the only such usage recorded.

E. 3,000-4,000
3,000
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U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
1999-11-15
The David Golden Collection of U.S. Carriers and Locals
c
Sale Number 817, Lot Number 1283, Jones City Express (Brooklyn NY)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Almost half of stamp torn away, used on front only to Isaac Wendell in Philadelphia, red Collect handstamp (applied at New York) and red American Letter Mail Company Philadelphia circular handstamp, brought by Jones to American Letter Mail's New York office and carried outside the mails to addressee, an extremely rare artifact of the 1844-45 independent mails, only nine usages recorded (see lot 1281 for list)

E. 500-750
400
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Carriers, Locals and Independent Mails
1995-06-05
1995 Rarities of the World
c
Sale Number 767, Lot Number 378, Carriers, Locals and Western ExpressesJones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1), Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1)Jones' City Express, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pink Glazed (91L1). Fine impression on fresh bright paper, one frameline shows, other sides in, affixed to original folded letter datelined "Brooklyn Aug'st 10th 1845" and carried by Jones to the mails, addressed to Hartford Conn., pencil "Paid", red "Paid" and "5" hs with matching "Brooklyn N.Y." cds; although the Jones stamp is uncancelled, as always, it is properly used on this letter and shows a gum "tie" through the lettersheet; we record eight examples of the Jones stamp, including three off-cover singles and five covers; Fine and extremely rare

E. 3,000-4,000
3,000
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