REAL TENNIS BOOKS; MARTINA LIBRARY; PLAYER GUIDES
here for previous newsletters.
The realistic popularity of the Internet is discussed below. Newsletter
43 lists the largest range and lowest priced Real Tennis titles I have
ever been able to offer. Don't miss this opportunity! What will 2001 bring
for Lawn Tennis? For GB, it will be a critical year, especially in the
Davis Cup. We in Britain keep our fingers crossed for Roger Taylor and
his team. Can Hingis re-establish her superiority in the women's game?
That would add spice to the tennis world. Can the young ATP "New
Balls Please" players push aside the top players and break into the
top five/ten? There is a tired look about some of the top players, so
I think some changes would be welcome. That may not be a popular view!
The All England Club has announced that play will start on Centre and
No 1 each day at 1.00 pm, instead of the usual 2.00 pm, except the two
Singles Finals. This is a good, balanced move in the face of some criticism
about top matches going on in the evening, and makes up time lost for
rain-breaks. It always felt odd seeing the main courts empty while play
went on everywhere else. It will be interesting to see if the earlier
start curtails the long lunches. By the way, in the last Newsletter, I
wrote a valedictory to Bunny Austin, giving his Christian names as "Harold
Wilfred". After all the times I visited him, I should have known
he was actually christened "Henry Wilfred". It was a very embarrassing
mistake to have made.
INTERNET: The last few months have seen some rather more sober assessments
of the Internet. Its popularity, its effectiveness, its enormous global
spread, and now its alleged contraction, have all been subject to much
English newspaper comment as 2000 closed. I can only talk from my own
experience. I would not be without the Internet, BUT preliminary results
of sales from Newsletters 41 and 42 sent by e-mail have not compared satisfactorily
with those sent by ordinary mail. There was much enthusiasm from clients
all over the world with regard to e-mail, but that enthusiasm has not
translated into much more business, even though my links page brings a
steady flow of new business. Two clients whom I met at the Royal Albert
Hall freely acknowledged that they were aware the latest Newsletter had
arrived two weeks earlier, but neither had found the time to download
it. Certainly, some clients have ordered by e-mail, having received the
Newsletter by e-mail. I remain flexible and content to experiment, adapting
to changing circumstances. So, Newsletter 43 will be sent to all clients
by mail. Where I have an e-mail address, clients will also receive e-mail
notification that Newsletter 43 is on the web-site. I seek and welcome
comments and suggestions about e-mail and the Internet. But a dose of
reality is no bad thing.
THE HONDA CHALLENGE
at the Royal Albert Hall was a marvellous five days. We ran for eight sessions;
I was in the RAH by 9.00 a.m. and out by 12.30 a.m., truly a long day! But
the constant flow of clients and friends through the main lobby where The
Tennis Bookshop was situated provided an exhilarating atmosphere, with plenty
of good book-business. Thanks as ever to all those who came to say hello
and trade tennis books. Pat Cash at last dethroned three times winner John
McEnroe in a thrilling champion's tie-break. And it was farewell to Bjorn
Borg. I wonder, is that really true, or will he be in Dublin at the end
DIARY DATES FOR
have just agreed to take The Tennis Bookshop to Dublin for the KPMG Challenge
at The Point from 22/25 Feb. I look forward to meeting my Irish clients
at last! As always, I will be offering a huge range of collectable tennis
books in great condition.
22 Feb/25 Feb: KPMG Challenge for the ATP Senior Tour
The Point in Dublin
11 Jun/17 Jun: Stella Artois Men's event
The Queen's Club in London
18 Jun/23 Jun: Eastbourne International Ladies' Championships
25 Jun/08 Jul: The Championships, (there to work without the books)
05 Dec/09 Dec: Honda Challenge for the ATP Senior Tour
the Royal Albert Hall, London
A TREASURE TROVE
OF REAL TENNIS & RACKETS TITLES
This broad selection of Tennis and Rackets titles comes from the break-up
of a sporting library. In nearly all cases there are multiple copies,
which explains why the prices are significantly lower than previous offerings.
This presents private and institutional clients, especially the Tennis
clubs of Australia, France, Great Britain, and the USA, with a golden
opportunity to acquire some quite hard to find and therefore usually more
highly priced titles. From the Tennis bibliography of the late 19th &
20th centuries, there are few titles not represented here. There is also
a small selection of the earlier and thus much rarer titles; details can
be had from me on application. These books are generally in very good
condition with dustwrappers (DW) where issued, unless described otherwise,
or paperbacks (PB). I consider myself fortunate to find one copy a year
of most of these titles. The list which follows is a much edited version
of a more detailed list already sent to established collectors of such
literature. Let me know if you would like to receive a full version of
"Annals of Tennis (The)" by Julian Marshall;
USA facsimile edition 1973 (1st 1878); 226 pp in green & gilt decorated
boards; (no DW issued). Major 19th C. title on Tennis. £125
02: "Art of the Tennis-Racket-Maker and
of Tennis (The)" by de Garsault; 1st English edition
1938; 45 pp +5 plates; Hampton Court edition. Jeu de Paume in 18th C.
03: "Art of the Tennis-Racket-Maker and
of Tennis (The)" by de Garsault; 1977 USA reprint
of 02 above; in an edition of 750 numbered copies; in a red card slip-case.
04: "Athletic Sports, Tennis, Rackets
and other Ball Games"; elephant folio in red/gilt
leather boards; c1935; 421 pp; AEG. All the Racket Sports are beautifully
Bat and Bishop" by Robert W. Henderson; 1st USA edition
1947; 220 pp; HB in DW. Authoritative research into the early historical
origins of several Racket Sports. £200
06: "Ball, Bat and Bishop";
as 05 above but no DW. £50
07: "Book of Racquets (The)"
by J.R. Atkins; facsimile edition 1982 (1872); 250 numbered copies; 108
pp; pictorial boards. Only 19th C. manual on Rackets, history, origins,
08: "Book of Sport (The)"
edited by W. Patten; 1st USA edition 1901 (1500 copies); 411
pp elephant folio; HB. Court Tennis, Racquets, Hand-Fives etc on USA's
Eastern Seaboard. £450
09: "Chase Down Under(A): A History of
Royal Tennis in Australia" by M. Garnett; 1st edition
1999; 502 pp in pictorial boards. Also contains extensive Tennis bibliography.
10: "History of Royal Tennis in Australia
(A)" by Michael Garnett; 1st edition 1983; 224 pp;
HB in DW. Garnett's earlier history of the Australian game. (see also
09 above). £45
11: "History of Tennis (A)"
by Noel & Clark; 1st edition 1924; 2 large format volumes (450
sets only); no DW. Considered to be the greatest work on Tennis in the
20th century. £685
12: "History of the Royal Game of Tennis
(A)" by de Luze;
English translation 1979; 395 pp; large HB in DW; 500 copies. See 16 for
the original French edition of 1933. £225
13: "Hazard Chase" by
Jeremy Potter; 1st edition 1964; HB in DW. This must be just about the
only Real Tennis novel. It is a murder mystery, and an exciting thriller
14: "How to Make the Real Tennis Ball
from Core to Cover" by Hamilton & Hobson; 1st
edition (signed by both) 1977; HB in DW; 27 pp. The title says it all!
Only 500 copies. £45
15: "How to Make the Real Tennis Ball
from Core to Cover";
as 14 above in PB. £20
16: "Magnifique Histoire du Jeu de Paume
(La)" by de Luze; 1st French edition 1933; 415 pp
in large format PB. See also 12. Only 1100 copies of which many were pulped.
17: "Manchester Tennis and Racket Club
various authors; 93 pp; no DW issued; in an edition of 350 copies. History
of a famous English Tennis and Rackets club. £45
18: "More Than A Yard Worse
by Jonathan Howell; 1st edition 1995; 173 pp; HB in DW; signed. The Oratory
pro tells of his global travels for tennis events as a top player. £20
19: "Pierre's Book: The Game of Court
Tennis" by Pierre
Etchebaster; 1st USA edition 1971; 75 pp; HB in DW. (500 copies only).
The great Pierre's coaching wisdom. Signed! £175
20: "Pierre's Book: The Game of Court
Tennis"; as 19 above in DW, but unsigned. £75
21: "Rackets, Squash-Rackets, Tennis,
Fives, & Badminton" edited
by Lord Aberdare; 1st edition 1933; 328 pp; HB in worn DW. Origins, history,
equipment, courts, technique. £60
22: "Rackets, Squash-Rackets, Tennis,
Fives, & Badminton"; 1951 reprinted edition; HB
in very good DW; otherwise as 21 above. £50
23: "Rackets, Squash-Rackets, Tennis,
Fives, & Badminton"; 1st edition 1933 and reprinted
edition 1951; otherwise as 21 and 22 above, but no DW. £35
24: "Racquet Game (The)"
by A. Danzig; 1st USA edition 1930; 283 pp; HB. Origins, court,
history, great USA names in Court Tennis, Racquets, & Squash Racquets
before 1930. £145
25: "Racquets, Tennis, & Squash"
by E. Miles; 1st USA edition 1903; 336 pp; worn. Decorated
externally. A fine coaching manual with early demonstrative photographs.
26: "Royal Game (The)"
edited by Butler & Wordie; 1st edition 1989; 144 pp; HB in DW,
or PB. This is a fascinating blend of historical literature on Tennis
in Scotland. £15
27: "Rules & Principles of Tennis"
by Pierre Barcellon; English edition 1987; 47 pp; HB in DW.
The rules and technique at the end of the 18th C. from the 1800 1st edition.
28: "Scaino on Tennis";
2nd English translation; 100 copies; 1984; 200 pp; HB in DW. From Scaino's
1555 title "Trattato del Giuoco della Palla", the first book
published on Tennis. £150
29: "Scaino on Tennis";
as 28 above but the standard edition of 400 copies in DW. £75
30: "Story of Tennis (The)"
by Lord Aberdare; 1st edition 1959; 180 pp; HB (no DW). Very
readable account of how Real Tennis eventually gave birth to Lawn Tennis.
31: "Tennis: A Cultural History";
by H. Gillmeister; leather edition 1997; 452 pp; 108 numbered, signed
copies; AEG. Origins of European ball-play, especially in Germany. £150
32: "Tennis: A Cultural History"
; standard edtn HB in DW; 1000 copies; see 31 above £40
33: "Tennis: A Cultural History"
; reprinted 1998; as 32 above, but now in PB. £20
34: "Tennis: A Cut Above the Rest"
by Chris Ronaldson; 1st edition 1985; 172 pp; HB in DW. The
World Champion's autobiography and excellent coaching manual £30
35: "Tennis: A Cut Above the Rest";
3rd edition 1995; otherwise as 34 above. £20
36: "Tennis: Lawn Tennis: Rackets: Fives";
the Badminton Library; 1st edition 1890; brown decorated boards. I rate
this wonderful Racket Sports compendium very highly. £95
37: "Tennis Origins and Mysteries"
by M. Whitman; USA reprint 1968 (1st of 1932); 258 pp. The
terms of Tennis; huge bibliographies of Tennis and Lawn Tennis literature.
38: "Treatise on Tennis (A)"
by Samuel Smith Travers; 1985 facsimile edition (1875); 488
copies; 72pp. Travers was the founding father of Royal Tennis in Australia.
39: "Two Centuries of Real Tennis"
by John Shneerson; 1st edition 1997; 86 pp; HB in DW. History of the
of Tennis court in Newmarket, now happily back in action. £25
40: "Willis Faber Book of Tennis &
Rackets (The)" by
Lord Aberdare; 1st edition 1980; 318 pp; HB in DW. Extensive history &
record; each court has it own chapter. £145
41: "Winning Gallery (The): Court Tennis
Matches and Memories" by A. Danzig; 1st USA edition
1985; 347 pp in pictorial boards. The game, mostly as played in the USA.
42: "Contest for the Grand Military Annual
Racquet Championship (The), a Sketch at the Prince's Club";
published in The Graphic, March 10 1894. Measures 22 x 17 cm. £25
43: "Tennis Court at Strathfieldsaye";
published in The Illustrated London News, February 1, 1845. A doubles
on the Duke of Wellington's court. Measures 16 x 13 cm. £75
NEW OR RECENTLY
PUBLISHED TITLES: Order your player guides here at number 45.
44: "Anna Kournikova Calendar 2001";
she photographs better than she plays!!!! £18
45: "ATP Player Guide 2001"
and/or "Sanex WTA Tour Player Guide 2001";
46: "Dessous du Tennis Feminin (Les)"
by Nathalie Tauziat; PB in French; signed. £25
47: "Sanex WTA Tour Calendar 2001";
some of the top ladies looking so glamorous! £15
48: "Ultimate Encyclopedia of Tennis
(The)" by John Parsons; 1998. Great history! £20
49: "World of Tennis 2001"
edited (for the 33rd consecutive year!) by John Barrett. £13
AND STAMP COVERS: Demand for good quality signed items remains very
high, acknowledging that far too many signatures are quite valueless.
50: "Henri Leconte" black
& white photo, full length action shot; 20 x 25 cm. £30
51: "Tim Henman"
colour photo, half length acknowledging applause; 18 x 25 cm.
52: "Tim Henman" colour
photo, half length wearing a suit; 19 x 24 cm. £40
53: "John McEnroe" black
& white photo full length about to receive; 21 x 29 cm. £60
54: "John McEnroe" &
black & white photo, receiving doubles trophies in Wimbledon's
Royal Box, signed by both players; 24 x 17 cm. £60
55: "Pete Sampras" colour
photo, ¾ length playing backhand; 13 x 18 cm. £60
56: "Pete Sampras" colour
photo, full-length playing backhand; 20 x 25 cm. £60
57: "Greg Rusedski" colour
photo, ¾ length waving to crowd; 17 x 24 cm. £35
58: "Bjorn Borg" colour
photo, full length playing backhand; 15 x 24 cm. £50
59: "Roy Emerson"
signed on Royal Mail stamped first day cover for The Australian
Bicentenary dated 21 Jun 1988. £45
(Navratilova) signed on The Gambia Great Wimbledon Champions
first day cover dated 2 Jan 1990, with Martina Navratilova postage stamp.
61: "Steffi Graf"
colour photo, full length about to serve; 8 x 12 cm £50
62: "Rod Laver"
signed on The Gambia Great Wimbledon Champions first day cover
dated 2 Jan 1990, with Rod Laver postage stamp. £50
63: WIMBLEDON ANNUALS:
This time, I am able to offer examples of every one of the 18 years in
the set, a most unusual occurrence. They are priced as follows: 1983 @
£250; 1984 @ £95; 1985 @ £150; 1986 @ £20; 1987
@ £20; 1988 @ £20; 1989 @ £20; 1990 @ £50; 1991
@ £80; 1992 @ £20; 1993 @ £125; 1994 @ £90; 1995
@ £20; 1996 @ £20; 1997 @ £90; 1998 @ £20; 1999
@ £20; 2000 @ £20. +postage UK £4; Europe £6;
THREE VERY EARLY
DUSTWRAPPERS: I remain totally devoted to dustwrappers! Excuse me
if I say: "You must buy books in their jackets". I make strenuous
efforts to ensure that almost my entire stock of books is suitably clothed.
The three 1920's titles which follow are not only great tennis titles;
they all have their dustwrappers in good to very good condition.
64: "Lawn Tennis The World-Game of To-Day"
by F.R. Burrow; 1st edition 1922; 271 pp. This large format book has a
brilliant wrapper, the first time I have seen it, and it is the third
earliest tennis wrapper I have ever seen. The book is a fine history &
coaching manual. £450
65: "Match Play and the Spin of the Ball"
by William T. Tilden; 1st UK edition 1928; 144 pp. Tilden's writes what
is still considered to be the greatest coaching book on tennis. £150
66: "Me - The Handicap" by
William T. Tilden; 1st UK edition 1929; 164 pp. His opinions on just about
any subject are worth reading; this early auto-biography is a top tennis
FLORE LENGLEN, born 24 May 1899; died (tragically early) July 4 1938.
Her major achievements were 6 Wimbledon singles and 9 doubles titles,
and 6 French singles and 13 doubles titles, plus dozens of other championships.
There are several books by her or about her; there was also to be a Hollywood
film, but that lies unfinished on the shelf. Roscoe Tanner portrayed Bill
Tilden. Who can spot the anomaly?
67: "Lawn Tennis the Game of Nations"
by Suzanne Lenglen; 1st edition 1925; 127 pp in rare decorative
DW. Some classic photos of her in action illustrate this coaching book.
68: "Le Tennis" par
Mlle Lenglen; 1st French PB edtn c1923; 97 pp. Her coaching book. £90
69: "Suzanne Lenglen" par
Claud Anet; 1st French PB edition 1927; 196 pp. Bound entire into later
boards, this is the only contemporary French language biography of Suzanne.
70: "Suzanne Lenglen La Diva du Tennis"
par Gianni Clerici; 1st French PB edition 1988; 253 pp. I consider
this to be the pre-eminent Lenglen biographical study on Suzanne. £85
A HOARD OF BOOKS DEDICATED
TO MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: I recently acquired a small collection of titles
gifted to Martina Navratilova and Judy Nelson when they were a couple. The
provenance is that they were sold by a close relative of Judy via a Forth
Worth, Texas bookdealer, and thence direct to me. The books, mostly not
about tennis, do not contain signatures by Martina or Judy, but they contain
hand-written dedications by fans or authors. For Martina fans, of whom there
are many, this is a unique opportunity to acquire some very personal Martina
possessions. There is a modest discount for a total order!
71: "Alex The Life of a Child"
by Frank Deford; 1st USA edition 1983; 196 pp; HB in DW. The sad story of
Frank's daughter who died so young. Frank, a great USA tennis journalist,
wrote biographies on Tilden, Kramer, Shriver, and BJK. Inscribed: "July
19, 1985 For Martina Navratilova With respect and in fond appreciation.
Frank Deford ALEX'S FATHER." £75
72: "Australian Precious Opal" by
Archie Kalokerinos; Australian edition c1985; 51 pp; HB in DW large format.
Inscribed: "Martina Best wishes always Love Peggy Australia '85".
73: "Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady"
by Florence King; 1st USA edition 1985; 278 pp; HB in DW. This is a novel
about life in the USA's deep south. Inscribed: "Judy, From one Southern
Lady to another. Rita Mae." This inscription is written by Rita Mae
74: "Killer Tennis"
by Powers/Kleiman/Patterson; 1st USA edition 1985; 95 pp in PB.
An amusing look at tennis illustrated with cartoons. Inscribed: "To
Martina Navratilova From a grateful and admiring fan. Enjoy! Andy Day, Miami,
75: "Little Bit of Paradise (A)";
no stated author; 1st UK edition 1988; 304 pp; HB in DW in large format.
Antigua and Barbuda travelogue, inscribed: "Dear Martina and Judy We
are pleased that you have made this Little Bit of Paradise your home!"
(illegible signature) £85
76: "Masters of Western Art"
by Mary Carroll Nelson; 1st USA edition 1982; 176 pp; large HB
in DW. Study of great American artists, inscribed by artist Sandy Scott:
"for Martina Navratilova, Animal lover & a great champion! All
the best!! Sandy Scott El Paso 1982." £75
77: "Pro Bono Poetico and Other Poems"
by W.A. Marshall; 1st UK edition 1984; 112 pp in PB. A book of Marshall's
works. Inscribed: "24/6/85 London N22. To: Martina Navratilova The
Golden-haired Gazelle of Tennis With all the speed and grace of that beautiful
centaur." There is no signature, but I am sure this is Marshall's hand.
78: "Whale Nation"
by Heathcote Williams; UK edition 1988; 191 pp in large format PB. This
is the story of the whale, beautifully photographed. Inscribed: "For
Martina & Judy, two very special friends. I hope you enjoy this epic
poem, Best wishes for the future. All my love Terri xx." There is no
clue to Terri's identity. £35
79: "Yugoslavia"; no
stated author; 1982; 263 pp; large format pictorial boards. A profusely
illustrated tour of Yugoslavia. Inscribed: "To Ms. Navratilova with
kind regards. Maria Dujmovic." Includes letter from Maria who was a
AND FINALLY this
wonderful title really has to be seen to be believed!:
80: "We Have Come a Long Way"
by Billie Jean King and Cynthia Starr; 1st large format edition 1988;
HB in DW. My favourite women's tennis history, but this copy is inscribed:
"To Martina. The legend and who has the best photo in the book. (Wim.
forehand) Thank you your contribution on and off the court to insure the
future generation an opportunity to play professional tennis. Love, Billie
Jean (King)" The photo to which Billie Jean refers is a dramatic
full page colour photo at Wimbledon of Martina in a flying forehand. It
is probably one of all-time top ten tennis photos. This book is also inscribed
by the co-author:
"To Martina, One of my favorites. I have enjoyed following your wondrous
athletic career, and I look forward to following your achievements and
contributions in the second part of your life. Perhaps you'll be an ambassador?
Whatever you do, I know you'll do it well. All the best, Cynthia Starr
(the old Cindy Morris) January 1989 P.S. I still think you can get that
#9. As Billie says, "Go for it!" This stunning and unique Navratilova
item is offered at £975
"Break point" & 82: "The
Net"; novels by Ilie Nastase. HB in DW. Signed; each
SIGNED TITLES: Here are some more signed tennis titles, in superb
83: "Beyond Center Court"
by Tracy Austin; 1st edtn 1992; dedicated & signed by her. £35
84: "Ladies of the Court"
by Virginia Wade; 1st edtn 1984; signed by Virginia Wade. £25
85: "Le Tennis" by
Henri Cochet; 1st French PB edtn c1993; dedicated and signed. £145
86: "Lloyd on Lloyd"
by Carol Thatcher; 1st edtn 1985; signed at end by Chris Evert. £40
87: "Mixed Double (A)"
by Bunny Austin; 1st edtn 1969; signed by Bunny and Phyllis. £75
by Richard Evans; 1st edtn 1978; signed "Best wishes I
89: "Rosewall Twenty Years at the Top";
1st edition 1976; signed "Wilma & Ken". £40
90: "Six Weeks to a Better Level of Tennis"
by Dennis Ralson; 1977; signed by him. £35
91: "Streamline Tennis" by
Mary K. Browne; 1st edtn 1940 in DW; dedicated by her. £125
SIGNED DINNER MENUS:
Here are two extraordinary menus from 1980 and 1981, for the Champions'
dinner in Paris. They are exceptional quality signatures from great tennis
92: Menu 1: Signed by Don Budge,
Marianna Simonescu, Raul Vivier, Lew Hoad, Harry Hopman, Mike Davies, Lennart
Bergelin, Barbara Jordan, and Henri Cochet. £225
93: Menu 2: Signed by Christian
Boussus, Don Dudge, Gail Lovera, Susan Mascarin, Arthur Ashe, Bjorn Borg,
Thiery Tulasne, Marianna Borg, Gene Scott, Chris Evert, Jean-Paul Loth,
Jack Kramer, Henri Cochet, Butch Buchholz, Lew Hoad, and Kathy Rinaldi.
UNUSUAL TENNIS TITLES: Single copies, each with its own charm!
94: "Annuaire de la Federation Russe
de Lawn Tennis 1934"; PB. Incredibly rare! £135
95: "Daily News Cricket & Tennis
Annual 1926"; scarce pocket sized tennis annual. £50
96: "50 Ans/Jahre/Years Gstaad 1937-1987"
by E. Walter; 163 pp HB. Club history. £40
97: "Histoire de la Coupe Davis"
par Jean Joubert; French edition 1948; 28 pp in PB. £35
98: "Tennis and the Davis Cup"
; Australian PB; 80 pp. History with an Aussie lean! £30
99: "Williams & Co";
Sports equipment catalogue for 1911; 144 pp PB. Many rackets. £65
MANUAL BAZAAR: Nice copies in a dustwrapper; each is offered at £10.
"Arthur Ashe on Tennis" by
Ashe 1995; "Better Tennis"
by Cornel Lumiere 1963; "Budge on Tennis"
by Don Budge 1950; "Elements of Lawn
Tennis" by Norman Patterson 1950;
"Improving Your Tennis" by P. Hughes 1947;
"Lawn Tennis Courtcraft" by N. Patterson 1964;
"Lawn Tennis for Teachers & Players" by T.
Moss 1949; "Lawn Tennis Technique Training
Tactics" by Gresham/Millman 1953;
"Love and Hate on the Tennis Court" by S. Cath
1977; "Match Winning Tennis" by
C. Jones 1971; "Modern Lawn Tennis"
by T. Mottram 1957; "Olliff on Tennis"
by J. Olliff 1948; "Successful
Tennis" by N. Fraser 1974;
"Tackle Lawn Tennis This Way" by A. Buxton 1958;
"Tennis for the Bloody Fun Of It"
by Laver/Emerson 1976; "Tennis Techniques
Illustrated" by Wynn Mace 1952.
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