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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, Glasgow, 1910. Hard Cover. Condition: Reading Copy. Re-issue. LONDON : 1910. [ First published in 1874 &1875 ]. Vol 1 - 1st series, Chapters I-VII. [ Vol 1 of 2 ]. Hardback. Brown textured cloth, gilt lettered spine. Black end-papers. No owner name; no internal markings; except some pencil marks and pencil shorthand marginalia. Minor wear and marks to covers. Tight; text clean, a good reading copy. (xii), 440 pages. 4pp adverts. SCARCE. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. "Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel." C.H. Spurgeon said in 1891.**Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. 8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0034086

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Hodder and Stoughton Publishers, London, 1892. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 1892 [ Published the year following the author's death ]. Hardback. Dark blue cloth, gilt lettered spine. Original black end-papers. No owner name or internal markings. Minor wear only. VERY GOOD INDEED. Bright, tight and clean. (vi), 361 pages. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian Theology and Church History. ] Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0035135

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Adolph Saphir

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ISBN 10: 1140422995 ISBN 13: 9781140422990

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, London & Glasgow, 1910. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Re-issue. LONDON : 1910. [ First published in 1875 ]. [ Vol 2 of 2 ]. Vol 2 - 2nd series, Chapters VIII-XIII. Hardback. Brown textured cloth, gilt lettered spine. Neat owner name dated 'Llanelly, 1922.'; no internal markings. Minor wear and a couple of white marks to rear cover. Tight, bright & clean. VERY GOOD. (iv), 441-890 pages. 4pp adverts. SCARCE. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. "Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel." C.H. Spurgeon said in 1891.**Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. 8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0033801

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, London & Glasgow, 1910. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Re-issue. LONDON : 1910. [ First published in 1875 ]. [ Vol 2 of 2 ]. Vol 2 - 2nd series, Chapters VIII-XIII. Hardback. Blue textured cloth, gilt lettered spine. No owner name or internal markings. Minor wear and a couple of white marks to rear cover. Tight, bright & clean. VERY GOOD. (iv), 441-890 pages. 4pp adverts. SCARCE. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. "Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel." C.H. Spurgeon said in 1891.**Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. 8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0033802

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, London & Glasgow, 1917. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Re-issue. LONDON : c1930s. [ First published in 1877 ]. Hardback. Dark red ribbed cloth, gilt lettered decorative spine. No owner name or internal markings. Minor wear only. Spine dulled with neat number 67 to spine foot. Minor mark to cover. VERY GOOD. Tightly bound. (viii), 291 pages. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. **Book now in an archival quality clear protective jacket** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian Literature, Theology and History ] Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0033410

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, London & Glasgow, 1917. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Re-issue. LONDON : c1917. Hardback. Dark red ribbed cloth, gilt lettered decorative spine. No owner name or internal markings. Minor wear only. Minor marks to covers. VERY GOOD. Tightly bound. (v), 198 pages. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. 8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, C.H.S., Cumberland, D.L.S. Everyman, G. K. C., Keswick, Inklings, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ] Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0034905

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Pickering and Inglis Ltd, London & Glasgow, 1917. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. New American Edition. LONDON : 1910. [ First published in 1875 ]. [ Vol 2 of 2 ]. Vol 2 - 2nd series, Chapters VIII-XIII. Hardback. Blue cloth, gilt lettered spine. No owner name or internal markings. A bright fresh, clean copy. Tightly bound. NEAR FINE. (viii), 291 pages. 1p adverts. ADOLPH SAPHIR was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. 8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0033858

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

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About this Item: Hodder and Stoughton Publishers, London, 1892. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 1892 [ Published the year following the author's death ]. Hardback. Dark blue cloth, gilt lettered spine. Original black end-papers. No half-title. Neat owner name; a few pencil internal markings. Minor wear only. VERY GOOD. Bright, tight and clean. (vi), 361 pages. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian Theology and Church History. ] Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0035136

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

Published by Morgan and Scott, 12 Paternoster Buildings, London (1890)

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About this Item: Morgan and Scott, 12 Paternoster Buildings, London, 1890. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. LONDON : 1890s. [ First published in 1867. ]. Brown pebble-grained cloth, gilt lettered spine and black lettered cover. No owner name or internal markings. A bright fresh, clean copy. Tightly bound. Slight browning to end-papers. VERY GOOD INDEED. (iv), 188 pages. ADOLPH SAPHIR was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. 8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0034929

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891) Collected and Edited by David Baron ; With Preface by James E. Mathieson.

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About this Item: Morgan and Scott, 12 Paternoster Buildings, London, 1911. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. Frontispiece - Portrait (illustrator). First Edition. FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 1911. Hardback. Frontispiece - portrait. Dark red cloth, gilt lettered spine and cover. No owner name or internal markings. A bright, tight and clean copy. Minor wear only. A little foxing. VERY GOOD INDEED. (xxiii), 227 pages. ADOLPH SAPHIR was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. 8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0035312

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891)

Published by James Nisbet & Co, 21 Berners Street, London (1870)

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About this Item: James Nisbet & Co, 21 Berners Street, London, 1870. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 1870. Original green sand-grained cloth, gilt lettered spine and cover with gilt title to front cover. All edges gilt. Original yellow end-papers. Neat owner name; no internal markings. Binding slightly worn and dulled. GOOD. Tightly bound. (viii), 420 pages. 4pp adverts. SCARCE. Adolph Saphir was born in Hungary in a well-respected Jewish family, son of Israel Saphir, a prominent figure in the Jewish community there. As a direct result of the Scottish mission to the Jews, and many conversations with Dr. Keith, the whole family accepted the gospel, believed that Jesus is the promised Messiah, and all were baptised in 1843. That same year Adolph was sent to Edinburgh, to Dr Duncan, together with Alfred Edersheim and Alexander Tomory. From 1844-1848 he attended the gymnasium in Berlin, and then came back to Scotland to study for the ministry in Glasgow University and Marischal College, Aberdeen. Saphir then became a student of theology in the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He was licensed and ordained by the Presbytery of Belfast, and married Sara Owen. He went to St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Greenwich in 1861, and people flocked to hear him, not only on Sundays, but at weeknight services. Adolph Saphir had a great influence on people over the years from many different denominations. He published this book in April 1873 when in the ministry at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill. This title was described as 'a great book in the theological sense , and contains a treasure of genuine divinity, such as thinkers of the Puritan age would have hailed with delight' The Literary World. '.Saphir, the Biblical student, the lover of the Word, the lover of the God of Israel.' C.H. Spurgeon in 1891. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. 8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0036388

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SAPHIR, Adolph (1831-1891) [ C.H. Spurgeon ]

Published by John F. Shaw and Co., 48 Paternoster Row, London (1874)

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About this Item: John F. Shaw and Co., 48 Paternoster Row, London, 1874. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. LONDON : 1874. Volume one of two. Hardback. Brown sand-grained cloth; gilt lettered spine and cover. Decorative black spine and cover. Original pale yellow end-papers. Untrimmed edges as issued. Tight, bright and clean. Slight foxing to endpapers. Neat owner names; no internal markings. VERY GOOD INDEED. (viii), 448, 16pp catalogue to rear. C.H. Spurgeon says of Saphir he 'always has something to say worthy of the attention of spiritual minds'. 8vo. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Cumberland, Everyman, Keswick, Inklings, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ] Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0034928

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