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Happy New Year 2014
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Posted by jaygross
Comments: 0

So I am a little disappointed that this will be my only SCN blog post of the year. But it has been a busy year for the collectors here on SCN. Let's start with the stats: SportsCollectors.Net in 2013

The numbers below tell a good job of how SCN continues to grow year after year:

12/31/13 12/31/12 12/31/11 12/31/10 12/31/09 12/31/08 12/31/07
Successes 972,181 867,521 774,642 673,677 578,826 483,735 378,537
Requests 1,326,224 1,183,261 1,061,146 922,224 798,034 670,300 527,214
Autographed Trade Items 94,851 82,164 72,169 61,976 47,236 29,167 17,841
Message Board Posts 742,147 629,915 515,700 398,082 284,566 201,851 132,334
Photos 220,009 177,703 133,563 91,578 54,439 21,581 N/A
Private Signings 3,622 2,512 1,379 269 N/A N/A N/A
Members 35,312 33,170 30,831 28,323 25,683 22,285 19,062
Premium Members 7,415 6,874 6,290 5,579 4,866 4,161 3,503

We added new things members have been asking for:



The red box in the screen above shows the new function that allows members to assign labels to messages they receive (much like with gmail). This should help make it easier to find and group messages.

The blue box shows new filter options to limit the view of the messages in your inbox.



The orange box in the screen above shows the ability where members can specify labels to associate to a message.

It was definitely tough as we lost so many great athletes. Here's a list of Players who passed away in 2013:

  • Rogelio Alvarez - BASEBALL

  • Joe Astroth - BASEBALL

  • Matt Batts - BASEBALL

  • Wally Bell - BASEBALL

  • Werner Birrer - BASEBALL

  • Paul Blair - BASEBALL

  • Milt Bolling - BASEBALL

  • Tom Borland - BASEBALL

  • Ed Bouchee - BASEBALL

  • Lou Brissie - BASEBALL

  • Gates Brown - BASEBALL

  • Ellis Burton - BASEBALL

  • Rick Camp - BASEBALL

  • Evan Chambers - BASEBALL

  • Bob Chance - BASEBALL

  • Rodney Craig - BASEBALL

  • Josephine D'Angelo - BASEBALL

  • Yo-Yo Davalillo - BASEBALL

  • Lavonne Davis - BASEBALL

  • Ross Davis - BASEBALL

  • Mike Davison - BASEBALL

  • Eills Deal - BASEBALL

  • Steve Demeter - BASEBALL

  • Harry Elliott - BASEBALL

  • Ed Erautt - BASEBALL

  • Ron Fraser - BASEBALL

  • Gene Freese - BASEBALL

  • Bill Glynn - BASEBALL

  • Lonnie Goldstein - BASEBALL

  • Dick Gray - BASEBALL

  • Jack Harshman - BASEBALL

  • Grady Hatton - BASEBALL

  • Drungo Hazewood - BASEBALL

  • Mike Hegan - BASEBALL

  • Ed Herrmann - BASEBALL

  • Earl Hersh - BASEBALL

  • Chuck Hinton - BASEBALL

  • Glen Hobbie - BASEBALL

  • Danny Kravitz - BASEBALL

  • Johnny Kucks - BASEBALL

  • Sophie Kurys - BASEBALL

  • Brad Lesley - BASEBALL

  • Frankie Libran - BASEBALL

  • Johnny Logan - BASEBALL

  • Stan Lopata - BASEBALL

  • Don Lund - BASEBALL

  • Babe Martin - BASEBALL

  • Ray Martin - BASEBALL

  • Rod Miller - BASEBALL

  • Rudy Minarcin - BASEBALL

  • Ford Mullen - BASEBALL

  • Stan Musial - BASEBALL

  • Barney Mussill - BASEBALL

  • Andy Pafko - BASEBALL

  • Nathaniel Peeples - BASEBALL

  • Tony Pierce - BASEBALL

  • Mario Ramirez - BASEBALL

  • William Randall - BASEBALL

  • Santiago Rosario - BASEBALL

  • Marv Rotblatt - BASEBALL

  • Bob Savage - BASEBALL

  • George Scott - BASEBALL

  • Lou Sleater - BASEBALL

  • Mark Small - BASEBALL

  • Bob Smith - BASEBALL

  • Jose Sosa - BASEBALL

  • Jake Striker - BASEBALL

  • Russ Sullivan - BASEBALL

  • Fred Talbot - BASEBALL

  • Harry Taylor - BASEBALL

  • Virginia Tezak - BASEBALL

  • Carl Thomas - BASEBALL

  • Thad Tillotson - BASEBALL

  • Bill Tremel - BASEBALL

  • Gus Triandos - BASEBALL

  • Virgil Trucks - BASEBALL

  • Bob Turley - BASEBALL

  • Preston Ward - BASEBALL

  • Earl Weaver - BASEBALL

  • Fred White - BASEBALL

  • Fred Whitfield - BASEBALL

  • Earl Williams - BASEBALL

  • George Witt - BASEBALL

  • Len Yochim - BASEBALL

  • Zelmo Beaty - BASKETBALL

  • Walt Bellamy - BASKETBALL

  • Sergei Belov - BASKETBALL

  • Carl Bennett - BASKETBALL

  • Wes Bialosuknia - BASKETBALL

  • Tom Boerwinkle - BASKETBALL

  • Jerry Buss - BASKETBALL

  • Connie Dierking - BASKETBALL

  • Jack Garfinkel - BASKETBALL

  • Marv Harshman - BASKETBALL

  • Simmie Hill - BASKETBALL

  • Bob Kurland - BASKETBALL

  • Cliff Meely - BASKETBALL

  • Don Meineke - BASKETBALL

  • Dean Meminger - BASKETBALL

  • Joe C. Meriweather - BASKETBALL

  • Vern Mikkelsen - BASKETBALL

  • Ford Mullen - BASKETBALL

  • Dyron Nix - BASKETBALL

  • Flynn Robinson - BASKETBALL

  • Ossie Schectman - BASKETBALL

  • Bill Sharman - BASKETBALL

  • Ray Williams - BASKETBALL

  • Bud Adams - FOOTBALL

  • Scott Adams - FOOTBALL

  • Bill Albright - FOOTBALL

  • Bill Austin - FOOTBALL

  • Jim Barton - FOOTBALL

  • Hez Braxton - FOOTBALL

  • Ted Burgmeier - FOOTBALL

  • Jack Butler - FOOTBALL

  • Jim Canady - FOOTBALL

  • Rick Casares - FOOTBALL

  • Todd Christensen - FOOTBALL

  • Dave Costa - FOOTBALL

  • Jack Del bello - FOOTBALL

  • John Didion - FOOTBALL

  • Paul Dietzel - FOOTBALL

  • Art Donovan - FOOTBALL

  • Walt Dubzinski - FOOTBALL

  • Allan Ellis - FOOTBALL

  • Dick Evey - FOOTBALL

  • Chuck Fairbanks - FOOTBALL

  • Cullen Finnerty - FOOTBALL

  • Joe Francis - FOOTBALL

  • Willie Frazier - FOOTBALL

  • Sonny Gandee - FOOTBALL

  • Ronnie Goodwin - FOOTBALL

  • L.C. Greenwood - FOOTBALL

  • Glynn Gregory - FOOTBALL

  • Earl Gros - FOOTBALL

  • Bob Hecker - FOOTBALL

  • Tom Higgins - FOOTBALL

  • Harlon Hill - FOOTBALL

  • Thomas Howard - FOOTBALL

  • Jim Hudson - FOOTBALL

  • Ken Hutcherson - FOOTBALL

  • Claudis James - FOOTBALL

  • Dave Jennings - FOOTBALL

  • Deacon Jones - FOOTBALL

  • Fred Julian - FOOTBALL

  • Robert Kahler - FOOTBALL

  • Dick Kazmaier - FOOTBALL

  • Toni Linhart - FOOTBALL

  • Errol Mann - FOOTBALL

  • Frank Maznicki - FOOTBALL

  • Geno Mazzanti - FOOTBALL

  • Darris McCord - FOOTBALL

  • Mike McCormack - FOOTBALL

  • David McMillan - FOOTBALL

  • Norm Mosley - FOOTBALL

  • Chuck Muncie - FOOTBALL

  • Ham Nichols - FOOTBALL

  • Rick Norton - FOOTBALL

  • Bob Oliver - FOOTBALL

  • Paul Oliver - FOOTBALL

  • Jack Pardee - FOOTBALL

  • Clarence Parker - FOOTBALL

  • Bum Phillips - FOOTBALL

  • John Reger - FOOTBALL

  • Reggie Rogers - FOOTBALL

  • Curtis Rouse - FOOTBALL

  • Marion Rushing - FOOTBALL

  • George Saimes - FOOTBALL

  • Charles Smith - FOOTBALL

  • Harry Smith - FOOTBALL

  • Ron Smith - FOOTBALL

  • James Street - FOOTBALL

  • Roy Stuart - FOOTBALL

  • Pat Summerall - FOOTBALL

  • Walt Sweeney - FOOTBALL

  • Joe Tereshinski - FOOTBALL

  • Bobby Thomason - FOOTBALL

  • Frank Tripucka - FOOTBALL

  • Val Walker - FOOTBALL

  • Ernie Warlick - FOOTBALL

  • Art Weiner - FOOTBALL

  • Frosty Westering - FOOTBALL

  • Wilford White - FOOTBALL

  • John Wilbur - FOOTBALL

  • Sam Williams - FOOTBALL

  • Will Wynn - FOOTBALL

  • Bob Yates - FOOTBALL

  • Dick Yelvington - FOOTBALL

  • Connie Broden - HOCKEY

  • Shawn Burr - HOCKEY

  • Jean Gauthier - HOCKEY

  • Leo Gravelle - HOCKEY

  • Mike McMahon - HOCKEY

  • Kristians Pelss - HOCKEY

  • Howard Riopelle - HOCKEY

  • Glen Skov - HOCKEY

  • Allan Stanley - HOCKEY

  • Scott Winkler - HOCKEY

  • Miller Barber - OTHER

  • Paul Bearer - OTHER

  • Emile Griffith - OTHER

  • Vance Heafner - OTHER

  • Tom Knapp - OTHER

  • Frank Lautenberg - OTHER

  • Jason Leffler - OTHER

  • Tommy Morrison - OTHER

  • Ken Norton - OTHER

  • Ray Price - OTHER

  • Percy Pringle - OTHER

  • Maurice Vachon - OTHER



  • So we're closing in on 1 Million successes. I anticipate we'll hit that mark a little bit after baseball season opens and I expect we're going celebrate accordingly - with a nice giveaway for some lucky member.

    I am hoping to make it to the National in Cleveland in August, and hope to see some of you there.

    Thanks for another fun and eventful year everyone. You guys make this the best community I could ever want as a sports collectors.

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    Happy New Year 2013
    Monday, December 31, 2012
    Posted by jaygross
    Comments: 1

    This is the 5th Happy New Year posting on this blog, reviewing the highlights on the site, collecting in general, and my collection. SportsCollectors.Net in 2012

    The numbers below tell a good job of how SCN continues to grow year after year:

    12/31/12 12/31/11 12/31/10 12/31/09 12/31/08 12/31/07
    Successes 867,521 774,642 673,677 578,826 483,735 378,537
    Requests 1,183,261 1,061,146 922,224 798,034 670,300 527,214
    Autographed Trade Items 82,164 72,169 61,976 47,236 29,167 17,841
    Message Board Posts 629,915 515,700 398,082 284,566 201,851 132,334
    Photos 177,703 133,563 91,578 54,439 21,581 N/A
    Private Signings 2,512 1,379 269 N/A N/A N/A
    Members 33,170 30,831 28,323 25,683 22,285 19,062
    Premium Members 6,874 6,290 5,579 4,866 4,161 3,503

    The site continued to be busy, with so many new members. We made a pretty significant upgrade to the hardware that powers the site and to our database. In addition, we upgraded to a much more robust chat that has been quite popular.

    It was definitely tough as we lost so many great athletes. Here's a list of Players who passed away in 2012:

  • Herb Adams - Baseball

  • Darrel Akerfelds - Baseball

  • Joe Avezzano - Football

  • Boyd Bartley - Baseball

  • Carmen Basilio - Other

  • Ted Beard - Baseball

  • Rick Behenna - Baseball

  • Jovan Belcher - Football

  • Dennis Bennett - Baseball

  • J.R. Boone - Football

  • Bob Boozer - Basketball

  • Pedro Borbon - Baseball

  • Dave Boswell - Baseball

  • Emile Bouchard - Hockey

  • Fred Bradley - Baseball

  • Al Brancato - Baseball

  • Pete Brennan - Basketball

  • Donnie Butcher - Basketball

  • Gordon Buttrey - Hockey

  • Bud Byerly - Baseball

  • Dave Cahill - Football

  • Milt Campbell - Football

  • Andy Carey - Baseball

  • Jimmy Carr - Football

  • Gary Carter - Baseball

  • Art Ceccarelli - Baseball

  • Cliff Chambers - Baseball

  • Bob Chappuis - Football

  • Georgio Chinaglia - Other

  • Allie Clark - Baseball

  • Dick Clark - Other

  • Danny Clyburn - Baseball

  • Ed Conlin - Basketball

  • Clyde Conner - Football

  • Beano Cook - Other

  • Greg Cook - Football

  • Gene Crumling - Baseball

  • Pat Cummings - Basketball

  • Paul Cyr - Hockey

  • Ben Davidson - Football

  • Dick Davies - Basketball

  • Phyllis Diller - Other

  • Bob Dipietro - Baseball

  • Charles Drake - Football

  • Angelo Dundee - Other

  • Ray Easterling - Football

  • Leroy Ellis - Basketball

  • Eleanor Engle - Baseball

  • Ron Erhardt - Football

  • Chad Everett - Other

  • Bill Ezinicki - Hockey

  • Dick Felt - Football

  • Mason Felt - Baseball

  • Fern Flaman - Hockey

  • Bobby Floyd - Football

  • Ryan Freel - Baseball

  • Pat Frink - Basketball

  • J.D. Garrett - Football

  • Joe Ginsberg - Baseball

  • Herold Gordon - Baseball

  • Harold Gould - Baseball

  • Sam Gruneisen - Football

  • Bob Hale - Baseball

  • Dennis Hamilton - Basketball

  • Eric Harris - Football

  • Gail Harris - Baseball

  • Dick Harter - Basketball

  • Levon Helm - Other

  • Mike Hershberger - Baseball

  • Art Heyman - Basketball

  • Kevin Hickey - Baseball

  • Lew Hitch - Basketball

  • Charles Hoag - Basketball

  • Warren Jabali - Basketball

  • Greg Jackson - Basketball

  • Merv Jackson - Basketball

  • Stan Johnson - Baseball

  • Don Joyce - Football

  • Alex Karras - Football

  • Blair Kiel - Football

  • John Kovatch - Football

  • Jack Kralick - Baseball

  • Vladimir Krutov - Hockey

  • Don Leshnock - Baseball

  • Andrew Levane - Basketball

  • Doug Long - Football

  • Joe Lonnett - Baseball

  • Ted Luckenbill - Basketball

  • Bill Lucky - Football

  • Booth Lusteg - Football

  • Jerry Lynch - Baseball

  • Lee Macphail - Baseball

  • Rick Majerus - Basketball

  • Dave Mann - Football

  • Slater Martin - Basketball

  • Terry Mathews - Baseball

  • Rich Michael - Football

  • Marvin Miller - Baseball

  • Don Mincher - Baseball

  • Art Modell - Football

  • Dave Moharter - Baseball

  • Mike Mooney - Baseball

  • Larry Morris - Football

  • Les Moss - Baseball

  • Les Mueller - Baseball

  • Bob Myrick - Baseball

  • Ray Narleski - Baseball

  • Leroy Neiman - Other

  • George O'Donnell - Baseball

  • John O'neil - Baseball

  • Jim Obradovich - Baseball

  • Wally Osterkorn - Basketball

  • R.C. Owens - Football

  • John Panelli - Football

  • Harry Parker - Baseball

  • Mel Parnell - Baseball

  • Frank Pastore - Baseball

  • Joe Paterno - Football

  • Pascual Perez - Baseball

  • Johnny Pesky - Baseball

  • Dave Philley - Baseball

  • Ron Plaza - Baseball

  • Don Raleigh - Hockey

  • Arnie Risen - Basketball

  • Stacy Robinson - Football

  • Dan Roundfield - Basketball

  • Ken Rowe - Baseball

  • Darrell Royal - Football

  • Rich Saul - Football

  • Don Savage - Basketball

  • Dwayne Schintzius - Basketball

  • Freddy Schmidt - Baseball

  • Norman Schwarzkopf - Other

  • Clarence Self - Football

  • Charlie Share - Basketball

  • Bill Skowron - Baseball

  • John Small - Football

  • Freddie Solomon - Football

  • Charlie Spoonhour - Basketball

  • Randy Stein - Baseball

  • Ed Stevens - Baseball

  • Emaunel Steward - Other

  • Jim Stewart - Baseball

  • Ron Stewart - Hockey

  • Bill Stits - Football

  • "Chief" Jay Strongbow - Other

  • Ed Stroud - Baseball

  • Bert Sugar - Other

  • Champ Summers - Baseball

  • Johnny Tapia - Other

  • Jim Temp - Football

  • Paul Terbenche - Hockey

  • Jerry Toppazzini - Hockey

  • Jerry Tubbs - Football

  • Jack Twyman - Basketball

  • Tom Umphlett - Baseball

  • Steve Van Buren - Football

  • Gene Vance - Basketball

  • Al Veigel - Baseball

  • Jay Ward - Baseball

  • Alex Webster - Football

  • Jim Whalen - Football

  • Jerome Whitehead - Basketball

  • Jesse Whittenton - Football

  • Frank Wills - Baseball

  • Jeff Winans - Football

  • Paul Winslow - Football

  • Orlando Woolridge - Basketball

  • Lonnie Wright - Football

  • Lonnie Wright - Basketball

  • Eddie Yost - Baseball

  • We have been working hard on a partnership that will provide some important new functionality and I was hoping to have it all ready by now. Hopefully it will be ready by the end of January or early February 2013.

    SCN is far and away the best resource and community in the world for Sports Autograph Collectors with nothing else even close. You guys make that happen. Take care everyone and I really appreciate everyone's continued support.

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    2012 National Sports Collectors Convention
    Sunday, August 5, 2012
    Posted by jaygross
    Comments: 2

    This week I made the trip to the National Sports Caollectors Convention in Baltimore. I would up attending on Thurday and Friday. It was my 3rd National, as I went in Cleveland in 2007 and Baltimore in 2010. My usual partner in crime Darrin couldn't make this one, so it was a little bit of a different experience.

    I drove down Wednesday night and checked into the Renassaince Harborplace hotel, which turned out to be really nice and conveniently located to most of the Inner Harbor's key attractions.

    Thursday

    I wound up meeting up with Carl (pooh528) a little early and we went in as soon as the doors opened. Since we both primarily were there to get signed cards for our projects, we walked around looking for a specific few dealers we knew would be there.

    Thursday wound up being the lighter buying day, where I'd try to get a good look around and see what was there. The room is pretty huge and had 23 aisles, so we decided to start in the back worked our way forward. I heard another person mention that the show was like a museum but everything is for sale. There were some amazing items - the famous Black Swamp find, loads of amazing turn of the century cards , jerseys, and of course some serious autographs. Right away I saw an off-condition, but not terrible T202 Walter Johnson selling for $50, but I resisted. One of the most amazing item for me was the watch they gave Walter Johnson for being a member of the first Hall of Fame class along with a picture and the a nice write up. The signed 1952 Topps Mantle and Mays weren't too bad either.

    So before I get into anything I bought, the absolute highlight was meeting a bunch of our members. You guys are what makes the site and bring me a ton of enjoyment.

    It was really cool when I get to see members meet in person and realize that they have made multiple transactions or helped each other. This happened when I introduced Carl to Phil (philendris). I saw quite a few times that people would buy more items for members who could not attend the show than for themselves.

    On our message board I suggested that members meet up by the food area. I thought it would work out well as there was only one food area in that room in 2010, but there were about 6 in 2012. There were 6 of us at the Center Market at 2pm. If you were looking for us at one of the other areas, I am really sorry. We'll be much better prepared next time. I promise.

    My first purchasing spot was at Mainline Autographs. I've blogged about them before, they have A LOT of signed cards in binders to look through. Jim, the owner, is always a really ice guy. I started with the basketball book and pulled out the Ray Allen and Steve Nash rookies, along with the Bill Gullickson I need for my 1986 Topps set.

    As I am looking through Mainline's stuff, I get to talking to another guy working also on the 1990 Pro Set Hockey. As often the case at their table at the National, I find out he is a member of the site - Jason (mjbujaky). He tells me that I need to check out the City-Liquidators booth, as they have a ton of 1989 Hoops signed cards and they may have one I need.

    So he takes me over and sure enough they have 2 full monster boxes of signed 1987-1991 basketball cards in Card Savers - priced at 4 for $10. About half way through the first box, I find the 1989 Hoops John Williams (for the Bullets) that I have been wanting for about 20 years. I also pulled a few upgrades for set (David Rivers, Pat Cummings, Kevin Willis, Gary Grant). I ran out of energy and patience, but City-Liquidators had a ton more of signed cards from the other sports in the same price point. So I am now down to 5 I need for my set - and I will find you Allen Leavell and Sylvester Gray.

    At the 2010 National, Darrin and I found Ron Gordon and bought quite a bit of signed 1950's and 1960's cards of FB Hall of Famers. This year I wasn't quite as into his selection and some of his prices had gone up. I did manage to pick up a signed 1972 Topps Ted Hendricks rookie for $10.



    Friday

    Before the show, I went to have breakfast at the hotel. And I only mention this, because sitting a few tables away was James Worthy drinking his coffee and looking extremely tired. I wasn't going to bother him, as I already have his autograph and I am a Celtic fan after all. But I thought it was pretty cool.

    I got to the show and Friday was going to be a bigger purchasing day. I started the day thumbing through a monster box full autographs I had noticed the day before, and picked up 9 upgrades for my 1992 Pro Line Football set. That was the extent of my autograph buying for the show.

    It's amazing how dealers had the same kinds of cards 1950's-1970's baseball/football cards, carefully sorted and displayed in cases or binders. The vast majority looking for retail prices, and it still amazes me that people (mostly putting together unsinged sets) routinely pay those prices.

    Since I have been looking deeply at a lot of data from the sports card market with SportsCardDatabase.com, I figured this show would be a great place to put it to good use. I am specifically looking for items that are below a specific price point, have strong elasticity, and meet my targeted rate of sales.

    So I spent some time digging through various bargain and dollar boxes. I found some nice items, like thes HOF Rookies:
  • 1964 Topps Tony LaRussa for $1
  • 1964 Philadelphia Willie Brown For $1
  • 1973 Topps Bob McAdoo for $0.50
  • 1974 Topps Lanny McDonald for $0.50

    At about 2:30, I noticed a table with some boxes full cards marked $1 each. I plowed through probably 25,000 cards mixed of all sports/years and picked out about 50 (I should have bought more). I wound up paying about $0.60 each, and the scans below are the highlights. The 1963 Topps Bob Lilly is the key item - as I have been bidding (and losing) on it for about 2 years, as even off condition examples always sell for over $50.





    Observations / Conclusions
    1. The National is a collecting experience like no other. There is something for everyone there and tons of stuff I'll only ever get to see there.

    2. The show is HUGE and there is no chance I could have enjoyed it as much in one day. There are deals to be had if you know what to look for and you are able to find them.

    3. SCN has grown into something SO special. More than I could have ever imagined initially. It's such a great group of passionate folks who really enjoy the hobby and helping other collectors. I appreciate all the positive feedback and constructive suggestions/complaints I heard over these 2 days.

    4. This was the first card show where I noticed just how many were connected with iPads and smart phones. I saw so many people looking up prices and looking at wantlists during the show. This was the first time I can remember where the Beckett Price Guide was not on most every card dealer's table. I even saw SportsCardDatabase on quite a few of those devices.

    5. Although I have little interest, there's plenty of people looking for newer cards. Seemed like the guys selling affordable Jersey and Insert Autographs were popular.

    6. Grading is just so big. You'd see slabbed cards everywhere (mostly PSA) and the lines at the authenticators' tables were somewhat unbelievable.

    7. There weren't many pre -1970 hockey cards, I seem to find this stuff better online that at any shows in the US. There were tons of 1970's and 1980's stuff there.

    8. Next year is in Chicago, and I hope to find a way to go next year.



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