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SLM-2 Anne Hale's Sketchbook with Drawings - Even though Reverend Lewis says that "drawing is idolatry", we see young Anne Hale sketching away in this sketchbook as John Alden approaches. It isn't until she starts packing up her things that we notice she's sitting in a cemetery on top of graves. Seen in Season 1 Episode 1.
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SLM-10 Anne Hale's Dancing Figurine - Mysteries abound in Salem, from undercover witches to secret, ancient forest covens. Lies and deceit can feel like betrayal, but for Anne Hale, it was protection. Unlike Mary Sibley, who courted the Devil for her power, Anne comes from a witch bloodline with natural, latent abilities. Despite her secret heritage, she lives and loves like any other young lady of Salem. Upon learning about the truth about herself, her father revealed her power with this wooden figurine. This item can be seen in episode thirteen of season one.
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SLM-28 Anne Hale's Book of Shadows - Mysteries abound in Salem, from undercover witches to secret, ancient forest covens. Lies and deceit can feel like betrayal, but for Anne Hale, it was protection. Unlike Mary Sibley, who courted the Devil for her power, Anne comes from a witch bloodline with natural, latent abilities. Despite her secret heritage, she lives and loves like any other young lady of Salem. Mary Sibley decides to show Anne the ways of the witch and introduces her to this, her very own Book of Shadows. This item can be seen first in episode four of season two.
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SLM-41 John Alden's Leather Satchel Set - "I'll be back within a year" he promised...only to return seven years too late. The least John Alden could have done was bring back a present or two for Mary in his leather satchel. But you needn't worry that he sent you nothing but a bag. Included in this set is a hyde-dressed oblong flask and a WANTED poster featuring long-haired John Alden (it can't be helped...this was before his haircut came about).
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SLM-43 John Alden's Key - No, this isn't the key to Mary Sibley's heart...this is just the key to John Alden's house. You know, the one that he used after coming back to Salem 7 years after promising to return within only ONE. This item can be seen in season 1 episode 1.
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SLM-50 John Alden's Leather Flask - Salem's historical setting goes deeper than witch trials; there was also a French Indian War that offered another obstacle for the 17th century settlers. John Alden was simply another product of the Puritan way of life, until he was sent into war, earning himself the title of Captain. This one-year war turned into several and forced John to break a promise to the love of his life, Mary Walcott. The war-scarred man who returned to Salem was not the same doe-eyed dreamer who left, and somehow that only strengthened Mary's feelings for him. This is Captain John Alden's leather flask!
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SLM-57 John Alden's Whole Silver Piece - Salem's historical setting goes deeper than witch trials; there was also a French Indian War that offered another obstacle for the 17th century settlers. John Alden was simply another product of the Puritan way of life, until he was sent into war, earning himself the title of Captain. This one-year war turned into several and forced John to break a promise to the love of his life, Mary Walcott. The war-scarred man who returned to Salem was not the same doe-eyed dreamer who left, and somehow that only strengthened Mary's feelings for him. The symbol of Mary & John's love came in the form of a halved silver coin. In another attempt to run away together and live in love, John sits waiting for Mary in the forest, examining this whole coin. This prop can be seen in episode thirteen of season one.
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SLM-76 Countess Marburg's Fan Set - Classy, glamorous, powerful, terrifying...the Countess is bringing the heat, but she's prepared. This is not only Countess von Marburg's personal fan, but a few of Salem's antiquities! While the music box doesn't wind up and play any longer, the tarnished and intricate designs partner with the short gold-colored candle-mount. A 3pc set-dec for any true Queen...and/or Witch.
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SLM-77 Countess Marburg's Mirror - Witches come in varieties, Countess Marburg being of the ancient water witch kind. She has battled against witch hunters and rival witches alike, using her own twisted red fountain of youth to stay spry enough to fight. The Countess lives on for one goal; to usher in the reincarnation of her first and only love, the Devil. This mirror revealed her spine-tingling process for rejuvenation in her bathing quarters. This prop can be seen in episode five of season two.
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SLM-93 Countess Marburg's Blood Draining Collar - Witches come in varieties, Countess Marburg being of the ancient water witch kind. She has battled against witch hunters and rival witches alike, using her own twisted red fountain of youth to stay spry enough to fight. The Countess lives on for one goal; to usher in the reincarnation of her first and only love, the Devil. With the help of the young and beautiful, the Countess uses this collar to bathe in blood and never age. This prop can be seen in episode five of season two as well as throughout the season.
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SLM-98 Dr. Wainwright's Satchel Set - Dr. Wainwright carried a lot of responsibilities in his short run as head doctor of Salem in season 2; coming to town in the midst of a pox epidemic, attempting to gain respect for his morbid intrigue and development of autopsy practices, and of course, to impress Mary Sibley. While carrying all of these responsibilities, he also has to carry his tools, of course. Included in his Dr's Satchel are real glass bottles, and a large green medical jug.
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SLM-100 Dr. Wainwright's Lantern - Any good doctor will take their oath seriously. Whether in their hometown or if there is an opportunity to travel. Dr. Wainwright was driven by something else as well; curiosity of paranormal sort. He used this lantern to guide his journey into the unknown while helping the hopeless people of Salem.
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SLM-102 Dr. Wainwright's Notebook - Dr. Wainwright and Mary Sibly both have a strange way of flirting by talking about death, witches, science, and God which quickly lead to strangulation. Kinky! This notebook is one of many in Dr. Wainwright's office in Season 2 Episode 3.
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SLM-113 Isaac Walton's "Fornicator" Brand Iron - Poor, simple Isaac never seemed to catch a break. His only luck was to be childhood friends with Mary. Even then, the hypocrisy of the Puritans of Salem have only made his life harder. After being caught in an act of debauchery, Isaac was given a new name and branded a fornicator; figuratively and literally. This was the iron used to change his life, and title, forever. This item can be seen in episode one of season one.
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SLM-126 The Boy's Needle & Pin Cushion - Old habits die hard. When you're raised by witches, and the Devil, those habits become much more destructive than biting your nails. For The Boy, this pin cushion held needles that gave him the tools needed to play an awful game with ol' George. This prop can be seen in episode two of season two,
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SLM-139 Magistrate Hale's Prop Pheasant - No one ever said witchcraft was glamourous! Anne Hale learns that the hard way when Magistrate Hale asks her to hold a beautiful pheasant just seconds before he rips it's head off to spray blood on the wall to reveal a door...That can only be opened or sealed with blood. Not quite what Anne Signed up for! This prop pheasant (because no real animals have been harmed!) can be seen in Season 1 Episode 13.
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SLM-160 Mary Sibley's Dinnerware - As everyone eats and sips wine, talk of witches ensues and John speaks his mind on witches, honest Frenchmen, and unfaithful women, taking a direct jab at Mary. But Mary jabs back with a quick spell which sends a hallucination of Anne Hale, followed by a hallucination of Mary between his legs under the dinner table. Their strange flirtation causes everyone to hesitate a moment, forks and spoons held in limbo.The dinnerware the guests use can be seen in Season 1 Episode 1.
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SLM-164 Mary Sibley's Doll - When love is coupled with fear, tragedy can grow in unforeseen ways. Heartbroken and in fear of being powerless, Mary Walcott stopped waiting for her love John Alden to return and gave in to the wiles of the Devil. Her power in darkness manifested strong enough to warrant a plan to take over Salem. It wasn't until her love returned from war that Mary felt conflict and became unsure of her goals. Mary wrestled with her love for John and her own dark ambition. In an effort to manipulate Magistrate Hale, Mary made this doll and placed it in Anne's room to give her a mysterious sickness and bring Magistrate Hale to his knees.This item can be seen in episode two of season one.
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SLM-171 Mary Sibley's Razor - Mary shows Mercy, her new pupil, what the quintessence of devoted marriage looks like as she gives bewitched George a very, very close shave with this razor. Talk about tense! This razor can be seen in Season 1 Episode 6.
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SLM-202 Mary Sibley's Finger Pointing Apparatus - In true witches fashion, Mary and Tituba concocted a magical device through many potion brewing steps with Corwin's finger to find who killed Corwin. Little does Mary know, it's John she's looking for, and she won't be able to find him while he has the medicine bag that makes him invisible to witches! Good move, John! This contraption can be seen in Season 2 Episode 4.
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SLM-204 Mary Sibley's Copy of Anne's Book of Shadows - After Mary forced Anne to go through the cruel deed of killing an animal at the bottom of the well, Anne recounts her time and encounter in her Book of Shadows where she admits she does not know who she fears more: Mary Sibley or Countess Marburg. This particular Book of Shadows can be seen in Season 2 Episode 4.
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SLM-208 Mary Sibley's Letter Opener - When love is coupled with fear, tragedy can grow in unforeseen ways. Heartbroken and in fear of being powerless, Mary Walcott stopped waiting for her love John Alden to return and gave in to the wiles of the Devil. Her power in darkness manifested strong enough to warrant a plan to take over Salem. It wasn't until her love returned from war that Mary felt conflict and became unsure of her goals. Mary wrestled with her love for John and her own dark ambition. During this time of internal struggle, Mary manages to live a life of violence and luxury among her possessions. This letter opener is one of her many possessions.
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SLM-256 Petrus' Eyes - An ally of the Salem Essex witches has always been found in Petrus. The mysterious, blind seer has aided them in many ways through the years that he's lived in the forest. With the right incantation, Petrus can help anyone see into the beyond. In a spectacular show of power, Petrus' eyes have been used to aid Tituba and Mary outside of his head, as well as inside. These props can first be seen in episode one of season two.
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SLM-265 Cotton Mather's Fountain Pen - Witch hunting can take a lot out of you; soul, spirit, and body. Cotton Mather did not realize the anguish he would submit himself to when he took his crusade to action. Seen in episode two of season one Cotton uses this fountain pen to record his thoughts and fight through his hell torn prayers on the reality of his mission.
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SLM-266 Cotton Mather's Eyeglasses with Magnifying Lenses - Witch hunting can take a lot out of you; soul, spirit, and body. Cotton Mather did not realize the anguish he would submit himself to when he took his crusade to action. Seen in episode two of season one Cotton uses these spectacles to pen his thoughts and fight through his hell torn prayers on the reality of his mission.
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SLM-269 Cotton Mather's Malum Illustration - Cotton Mather represents the human experience when education meets experience. His understanding and response to witchcraft and its practitioners has grown and shifted drastically throughout the series; even from despising John Alden to endearing to him as a dear friend. He loved, he fought, he cried, and he rejoiced, but through it all, his love for fellow man stayed true. After being confronted with the reality of the Malum totem of legend, Cotton referenced this illustration. This item can be seen throughout season one, especially in episode five.
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SLM-271 Cotton Mather's Telescope - Even with his fancy gadgets (like this telescope) Cotton Mather was blinded by his own pride, and deceiving himself into believing himself an upstanding man to see what was right in front of him. Putting his own lust in front of what is important, he was hard to love and harder to hate.
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SLM-272 Cotton Mather's Planetarium - Looking at your planetarium won't help you see all the mysteries of the universe, Cotton! Even tho this one is gorgeously intricate, there's no incantation to reveal just how nothing is as it seems.
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SLM-274 Cotton Mather's Prop Sword - John and Cotton are rushing to get Rose in position beneath Saturn before the paralysis wears off. As they discuss plans of how to kill Rose, Cotton takes a moment to brag about his swordsmanship stating he was "most fearsome in all the divinity class" as he dashes and darts, a bit rusty. The prop sword is used in Season 1 Episode 6 by both Cotton Mather and John Alden.
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SLM-280 Cotton Mather's Latin Malum Illustrations - Cotton Mather represents the human experience when education meets experience. His understanding and response to witchcraft and its practitioners has grown and shifted drastically throughout the series; even from despising John Alden to endearing to him as a dear friend. He loved, he fought, he cried, and he rejoiced, but through it all, his love for fellow man stayed true. After being haunted with the reality of the Malum, Cotton referenced these illustrations to better understand the impending doom. This item can be seen in episode twelve of season one.
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SLM-281 Cotton Mather's "Spawn of a VVitch" Illustration - Cotton Mather represents the human experience when education meets experience. His understanding and response to witchcraft and its practitioners has grown and shifted drastically throughout the series; even from despising John Alden to endearing to him as a dear friend. He loved, he fought, he cried, and he rejoiced, but through it all, his love for fellow man stayed true. When John Alden came back from supposed death, he uncharacteristically turned Cotton's Study upside down in search of more information on the Salem witches. This illustration can be seen in episode five of season two.
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SLM-299 Increase Mather's Rubber Heretic's Fork - Increase Mather is taking things to a much more extreme level since he feels he needs to compensate for Cotton's laxity since he's been gone. So what's more extreme than torture!? To keep Tituba "alert and attentive" through her torture process, Increase Mather belts a heretic's fork under her chin, seen in Season 1 Episode 10.
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SLM-307 Increase Mather's Portrait - Cotton, being a generally good soul who always tries to do the right thing is being eaten alive by his murderous sin. He tries to reason with himself by talking to a portrait of his father, convincing himself that he was trying to save his father from committing a murderous sin when in reality Cotton likely wanted his father dead for a long time. The war of good and evil rages on inside Cotton and he starts to be driven mad by the portrait's piercing gaze (a likeness that is uncanny) and he goes to stab the painting like a madman. This is one of three portraits, all unique from each take in Season 2 Episode 1.
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SLM-313 Increase Mather's Head - Witch hunting has a rich history that Cotton has inherited from his father, Increase Mather. The renowned traveling hunter came to Salem not to visit his son, but to ensure that he knows how to handle the brewing witch activity properly. In a misguided way, he did love his son, but, sadly, Cotton was never quite certain if he ever did. To find out what Increase knew before he was killed, Mary dug his head up and conjured his soul from the depths of hell. This prop can be seen in episodes six and seven from season two.
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SLM-318 Salem's Black Sabbath Flyer - Some things just haven't changed - the need to cause a panic by something posted in public manner. The only difference is that rather than posting to social media(since it's the 18th century), a larger statement and more urgent reaction is engaged from multiple flyers being hung in public spaces. And what better way to cause mass panic in a small town than by hanging an illustration of all things despised by Puritans in the middle of Salem?
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SLM-320 Salem Children's Gallows Toy - Like the wardrobe, Salem's crew took no shortcuts to make an authentic experience for not only the audience, but for the characters as well. Building the town from the ground up, the crew made sure to fill the sets with replicas of true antiquities...if not, actual antiquities.
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SLM-330 Sibley Home Candelabras -

Darkness is the enemy of man, but it's also the enemy of witches. As powerful as Mary Sibley is, she's still human in many ways - one of them being that she needs the aid of fire-light to see in the pitch black of Salem nights. These Sibley Home Candelabras can be seen throughout the series, lighting the way for Mary, though not always to the path of light. These items are actual tarnished metal, and are heavier than they appear.

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SLM-331 Sibley Home Candle Wall Sconces(2pc) - Darkness is the enemy of man, but it's also the enemy of witches. As powerful as Mary Sibley is, she's still human in many ways - one of them being that she needs the aid of fire-light to see in the pitch black of Salem nights. These Sibley-Home wall sconces with candle-mounts can be seen throughout the Sibley home, regardless of where they're going to lead Mary, she's going to figure it all out.
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SLM-338 Sentinel's Wearable Soul Box - All witchcraft began with the heavenly wars between the fallen angels and God's. The Devil lead his army to defeat, but roamed the earth to claim it as his own, still commanding his armies in hopes of retaliation. Sentinel was both the Devil's soldier and brother. Loyal to his initial campaign for war, Sentinel eventually retained the Devil's plan to destroy the world. This soul box was created by Sentinel's heavenly powers and was used to keep Mary's soul trapped so long as she wore it. This item can be seen in episode three of season three.
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SLM-355 Tituba's Wooden Box with Lock of Hair - Within the world of witches there are as many traitors as there are manipulators. Tituba is no stranger to manipulation and when she catches word that Mary is trying to leave, she knows that this strange little box contains a secret of unimaginable density...A lock of hair. Though any other human being would be entirely creeped out by this "gift", Mary sniffs it and confirms that her child is indeed alive in Season 1 Episode 13.
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SLM-378 Countess Marburg's Blood Draining Collar & Bracelet - Witches come in varieties, Countess Marburg being of the ancient water witch kind. She has battled against witch hunters and rival witches alike, using her own twisted red fountain of youth to stay spry enough to fight. The Countess lives on for one goal; to usher in the reincarnation of her first and only love, the Devil. With the help of the young and beautiful, the Countess uses this collar and bracelet to bathe in blood and never age. This prop can be seen in episode five of season two as well as throughout the season.
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SLM-433 Cotton Mather's Prop Sword with Sheath - As Cotton and John rush to get Rosie into position directly beneath Saturn, the paralysis in Rose's hand wears off and she manages to get a good stab at John. Quickly Cotton and John scuffle to get her tied up and the sword unsheathed; John stands ready to end things with this sword in hand. Both Cotton and John use this sword multiple times in Season 1 Episode 6.
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SLM-434 The Boy's Wooden Crow - To become a witch, a pure sacrifice must be made. For Mary, her sacrifice sealed her contract with the Devil as well as freed her from public shame. That sacrifice came in the form of her unborn son conceived with John Alden. To Mary's surprise, the sacrifice wasn't one of blood, but of vessel, and the boy remained alive to be used for the Devil's purposes. Enraptured in love, Mary and John fought to keep him, despite the evil to come, and named him after his father. This is little John's wooden crow.
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SLM-441 Cotton Mather's Maleus Maleficarum Book - Cotton Mather represents the human experience when education meets experience. His understanding and response to witchcraft and its practitioners has grown and shifted drastically throughout the series; even from despising John Alden to endearing to him as a dear friend. He loved, he fought, he cried, and he rejoiced, but through it all, his love for fellow man stayed true. After being haunted with the reality of the Malum, Cotton referenced this book to better understand the impending doom. This item can be seen in episode twelve of season one.
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SLM-446 Countess Marburg's Brush - Countess Marburg is the lavish witch with expensive taste so it's no surprise when we see her beautiful adorned mirror reveal some secrets (like half her face is monstrous??) and of course she has the hairbrush to match! This scene is in Season 2 Episode 5
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SLM-456 Sebastian's Chairback - Sebastian von Marburg may lack a heart, but he never lacked style. From extravagant coats, to doublets that make royalty jealous, even his shirts are anything but lax. Now you can be extravagant like Sebastian with his stylish chairback!
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SLM-465 Tituba's Chairback - Manipulation goes multiple ways amongst the Essex witches. Tituba's manipulation is not stemmed from greed but survival. She refused to be mistreated and disrespected, so she placed herself in an unassuming position so her flexing of power would go unnoticed. Even after her attack from Boy, she found a way to keep her power and stay on her feet. This is Tituba's chairback used throughout the series.
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SLM-471 John Alden's Chairback - Salem's historical setting goes deeper than witch trials; there was also a French Indian War that offered another obstacle for the 17th century settlers. John Alden was simply another product of the Puritan way of life, until he was sent into war, earning himself the title of Captain. This one-year war turned into several and forced John to break a promise to the love of his life, Mary Walcott. The war-scarred man who returned to Salem was not the same doe-eyed dreamer who left, and somehow that only strengthened Mary's feelings for him. This is Captain John Alden's chairback and is one of two up for bid!
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SLM-512 The Boy's Figurine - To become a witch, a pure sacrifice must be made. For Mary, her sacrifice sealed her contract with the Devil as well as freed her from public shame. That sacrifice came in the form of her unborn son conceived with John Alden. To Mary's surprise, the sacrifice wasn't one of blood, but of vessel, and the boy remained alive to be used for the Devil's purposes. Enraptured in love, Mary and John fought to keep him, despite the evil to come, and named him after his father. This is little John's figurine.
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SLM-514 John Alden's Figurine - Salem's historical setting goes deeper than witch trials; there was also a French Indian War that offered another obstacle for the 17th century settlers. John Alden was simply another product of the Puritan way of life, until he was sent into war, earning himself the title of Captain. This one-year war turned into several and forced John to break a promise to the love of his life, Mary Walcott. The war-scarred man who returned to Salem was not the same doe-eyed dreamer who left, and somehow that only strengthened Mary's feelings for him. This is Captain John Alden's figurine and is one of two up for bid!
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