December, 2022
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Missed the November Edition 2022 Newsletter, view it here!

Welcome to the Christmas Edition of Sierra Toy Soldier News. Written on a rainy day here in the Bay Area. We have had rain and tons of snow up in the mountains, a great start to winter. Hope it lasts. Come check it out.

Our showroom is open, and we are all super busy getting packages on their way. Please shop early as all the delivery drivers are telling us the week before Christmas will be a mess. This year, as every year we are offering FedEx 2-day and 3-day delivery at greatly reduced rates. Please see our Holiday 2022 Shipping Guide for details and critical dates.

Holiday 2022 Shipping Guide!

Planning on visiting our showroom? The team have done a terrific job on the displays. Again, this year I am not being allowed to set up our Christmas Train Set, which is totally unfair.

Not sure what you would like, maybe a Gift Certificate is a good choice.

Gift Certificate

As we begin to wind down the Christmas season and some of you late shoppers begin to frantically look for something interesting and maybe even rare, might we point you in the direction of the Collector’s Corner section on our website. This includes new additions in King & Country, W. Britains, Frontline Miniatures, and Conte. We have even added a new section to accommodate a recent influx of 1/72nd scale model tanks from Dragon Armor. The Collector’s Corner on our website contains items lost to Christmas past, only to once again make a limited appearance as these lost toys try to find a forever home. So, if you’re seeking out an elusive piece from a company that no longer produces that item, there’s always a chance we may be carrying it.

Collectors Corner

From all of us at Sierra Toy Soldier we wish all out a very happy and safe Holiday season, a great new year and hopes for a better 2023.

We have some great new announcements from Britain's, King & Country, John Jenkins, Collectors Showcase and Thomas Gunn.

For information on John Jenkins Future Releases.

John Jenkins Future Releases.

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Cyber December Sale

Cyber December Sale.

Perfect for the holidays. Makes the ideal christmas present.

Please note the First Legion sale is scheduled to finish on December 15, 2022. Last chance!

King & Country Mega Sale

First Legion Big Sale

Collectors Showcase Grand Sale

John Jenkins Grand Sale

Thomas Gunn Grand Sale

We will have lots of items on sale between 25 - 45% off throughout the month, please look at the special pricing being offered. We will be adding daily to our list of items on sale.  So please check back often and you may find a pleasant surprise.

Collectors Corner
Sierra Toy Britain's Exclusive
King & Country
John Jenkins
Collectors Showcase
Thomas Gunn


We are open Monday - Saturday 10.00 - 5.00pm.

Just a reminder for those of you living in Northern California, or perhaps just visiting, that our Showroom dedicated to toy soldiers is now open 6 days a week. 1350 Dell Avenue, Ste #5, Campbell, California 95008. (408) 395 3000

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Sierra Toy Soldier Virtual Video Call

To set up a Virtual Video Call to see any of our latest releases or displays. Contact us via Email or Phone.

Virtual Video Call Email

Phone 408-395-3000

Scratch & Dent

Do you enjoy repairing or modifying toy soldiers and vehicles. Every now and again we receive figures and vehicles in need of a new home and some special care. If yes, this may be the section just for you.

Scratch & Dent

Collectors Corner

Occasionally we get a rare opportunity to acquire individual items and complete collections for collectors that are thinning out their collection or from other dealers. These pieces are items that we do not normally stock. All are in mint condition or and in their original boxes, unless specified in the description. Please note these may have been on display.

So these are ideal pages to view if you are looking for that missing piece in your collection or just looking to find some very unique pieces that are not normally available.

This month we have added a very large collection of Aeroart, St Petersburg figures and also a very large collection of Plastic figures and Play Sets. We have also added Frontline French and Indian War sets in perfect condition.

Consignment Highlight

This month we feature sets from Thomas Gunn, First Legion, Britain's, Jenkins, King & Country, Frontine, St Petersburg and Plastics.

Collectors Corner

Sierra Toy Soldier Britain's Exclusive

Sierra Toy Soldier Exclusive - In Stock Now!

Zulu Storehouse Attack


Britain's December Releases!

Battle of Fallen Timbers - In stock Now!

On 20 August 1794, the Legion of the United States met a confederation of Native American tribes in a conflict later to be called the Battle of Fallen Timbers. So named because of the tumble of damaged and downed trees due to an earlier storm, this battle marked the first test of the new U.S. Army led by General “Mad” Anthony Wayne against the natives led most notably by Shawnee chief Blue Jacket. Twice defeated in previous engagements known as Harmar’s Defeat and Battle of the Wabash, the U.S. Army was revamped, reorganized, and re-equipped before taking the field again against these native forces in the old northwest and finally achieving victory.

Clash of Empires

Future Releases

No release date yet.


Clash of Empires


Clash of Empires


On the night of 5 June 1944, 8 jumpers from the 307th Airborne Medical Company parachuted into France. At 1855 hrs, 6 June, C-47s towing gliders took off for Normandy carrying the rest of the medical personnel. The main body landed together in swampy, half-flooded fields and moved north to Blosville where the majority of the unit assembled at about 2400 hours. There a small clearing station was set up and casualties started streaming in. After actions in Normandy and Holland, the news came of a German breakthrough. On 17 Dec. the division moved out. The journey to the Ardennes was far from comfortable, but all were thankful to be going by truck rather than glider.

WWII Collection

Village Green Collection - New Collection

During the long history of W.Britain miniatures, civilians have been an important component of our catalog ranging from railway figures to farm to circus. We have returned to civilian subjects to support our military figures and lend context to the costume and technology of the various periods represented. Our intention is to offer a diverse collection of components that will allow entire environments to be created with civilians, animals, accessories, and structures. This will enable collectors to create full stories with or without a military component.

The Village Green range will continue to grow and expand time periods. Currently the focus is on the Regency / Federal Era (1790-1818) and Mid 19th Century (1854-1868) for those interested in the American Civil War and the Crimean War era.

  • - This young mother embodies the casual look of a working class woman with a simple apron tied around her waist and a kerchief (a square piece of cotton cloth or fine linen) over her neck and shoulders. Both apron and kerchief aid in keeping her dress clean while she does her daily chores. She has her hair tucked up in a turban to keep it clean and away from little grabbing hands. The child is wearing a simple dress to ease in the changing of dirty linens. The sex of the child is indeterminate as boys wore dresses up until the age of two or three years old.
  • - This young woman embodies the casual grace and elegance that so epitomizes the Regency/ Federal era of history. The high-waisted, empire gowns of this era reflect the influence of ancient Greek and Roman statuary on fashion. The parasol was a fashion accessory that had many uses. Aside from the intended application of shielding ones face from the harsh sun, the long shafted parasol could also be purposed as the most fashionable of walking sticks. In addition, Miss Samantha carries a modest, silk embroidered reticule (a small purse) in which she may carry coins, notes, and various sundries a fashionable lady may need when out calling on friends.
  • - Pastoral herding of domestic animals has been historically significant with scholars who suggest that domestic sheep have been present in some areas of northern China as early 3700 BCE. Sheep were among the first animals to have been domesticated by humans. These sheep were primarily raised for meat, milk, and skins. Woolly sheep were later bred and imported to Africa and Europe. The Roman Empire kept sheep on a wide scale – during the Roman occupation of the British Isles, a large wool processing factory was established in Winchester, England in about 50 CE. The first domestic sheep in North America arrived with Christopher Columbus’ second voyage in 1493.
  • - Captain Fisher represents the typical U.S. militia captain of the early 19th century Federal / Regency period. Militia service was required of all able-bodied men between the ages of 16 and 45. While extensively for the defense of the local communities, militias were often also a powerful social and political force within those communities. Militia musters were required at minimum of twice a year to practice drilling as a Regiment but some towns held them more frequently. These musters were social events for the whole town. In the U.S.A. the officers of the militia were often elected by the militia men rather than appointed, so they could be quite a popularity contest.
  • - The expression "to take the King’s shilling” meant to enlist in the British army. Recruiting parties would wear their smartest uniforms, festooned with colored ribbons, while accompanied with stirring martial music. Recruiting sergeants eagerly attested to the benefits and adventures of wearing the King’s red coat. If visual enticements alone did not work new recruits were often promised a substantial bounty to join (most of which disappeared to pay for his "necessaries” such as uniform and equipment). If all else failed the time-honored method of plying the plebe with strong drink then slipping a shilling into his pocket was an expedient recourse.

Village Green Collection

King & Country

King & Country December Releases!


In 1965, soon after the first major American ground forces arrived in South Vietnam a number of huge underground tunnel complexes were discovered. Designed and constructed by Viet Cong engineers these tunnels provided a safe haven for the VC to store weapons, ammunition and other valuable stores and supplies in complete safety far below ground-patrolling ARVN and U.S. troops.

At the same time entire VC infantry units could remain hidden in these tunnels totally invisible to any enemy observation aircraft and helicopters flying above. Even basic VC field hospitals and simple surgeries were established in some of the larger tunnel complexes. While ARVN units were usually reluctant to explore and exploit a tunnel complex once it was uncovered the U.S. military did not take long to set up and train a very special breed of soldier with a very unique combination of military skills, physical characteristics and plentiful courage to take on the dangerous, often deadly task of going below ground as a ‘Tunnel Rat’.

This three-man set shows the team about to go into action. Still above ground the two standing ‘Grunts’ have just uncovered an entrance way to a typical underground complex. The third and most important member of the team, the ‘Tunnel Rat’ himself, is crouching down, pistol in one hand, military flashlight in the other and peering into the open entrance he is about to enter. What lies beneath…?

Many tunnels were rigged with explosives and trip wires and other ‘booby-traps’. Not only that you would often encounter all kinds of snakes… rats… and bugs of every shape and size. Those who took up this hazardous challenge were all volunteers and underwent some specialist training back in the ‘States before shipping out to Vietnam.

Most tunnel rats came from the U.S. Army’s own infantry and engineer units and had to have several, very unique qualities… First and foremost… No fear of claustrophobia. Second, the ability to crawl through narrow, confined spaces for prolonged periods of time, often in complete darkness. Third, be able to avoid and ignore the probable presence of bugs, all types of snakes, rodents and other assorted vermin that usually occupies these environments. And finally, Fourth… It was essential that a ‘tunnel rat’ be physically small and compact while still being strong, agile and able enough to perform difficult tasks in very small spaces. A very tall order for a relatively short man!

This particular little group is, I believe, one of K&C’s more original ‘Vietnam’ sets yet…

Vietnam - Tet'68

The Most Decorated Marine

For a detailed description please click on the figure link.

  • - Our latest WW2 U.S. Marine figure portrays the legendary ‘Chesty’ Puller as he would have appeared during the Pacific Campaign Leading his men, as usual, from the front and pointing the way. Slung over his right shoulder is his M1 Carbine and in his left hand the ever-present pipe!

Battle of TARAWA

Betrayal In Munich

Alas for them both the British and French leaders were determined to avert, at almost any cost, the threat of another European war especially with memories still fresh from the terrible horrors and humungous cost that the previous 1914/18 conflict had inflicted on both nations just twenty years before. Chamberlain in particular had made two trips to Germany earlier in September attempting to offer Hitler favourable terms while the German ‘fuhrer’ kept ‘upping his demands’.

On 22 September, Hitler suddenly announced his impatience was exhausted with the ongoing discussions and demanded the immediate cession of the Sudetenland and its 3,000,000 German-speaking population to the Reich. All its Czech residents were to be ordered to leave the region before the end of the month. The next day, Czechoslovakia mobilized its armed forces. A war seemed imminent and France also began a partial mobilization on 24 September. Europe appeared poised on the edge of an abyss!

Incredibly no Czech representatives were invited to take part in these confidential meetings even though it was the fate of their country and people that was the matter under discussion.

Over two long, exhausting days a deal was eventually reached whereby the Czechs were forced to hand over to Hitler the Sudetenland and de facto control over the rest of their country as long as Germany promised to go no further. On 30 September, Neville Chamberlain flew back to Britain. On his return he delivered his controversial ‘peace in our time’ speech to crowds of jubilant supporters in London. For the moment war had been averted. Less that twelve months later however Britain and France would, once again, find themselves at war with Germany!

  • - This unique set is inspired by an actual photograph that was taken just before the ‘Munich Agreement’ was signed by the four main signatories… Neville Chamberlain, Edouard Daladier, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. In front of them sits a large table on which is spread a miniature reproduction of a map of Czechoslovakia with the disputed German-speaking Sudetenland areas clearly marked in green. Each K&C box comes with its own specially designed label and production is limited to just 300 sets.

Berlin'38 Leibstandarte

John Jenkins

New December Releases (In Stock Now!) - SOPWITH CAMEL B6299, 10 NAVAL SQUADRON


The Sopwith Camel was a British First World War single seat biplane fighter aircraft that was introduced on the western front in 1917. It was developed by the Sopwith Aviation Company as a successor to the Sopwith Pup and became one of the best known fighter aircraft of the Great War. The Camel was powered by a single rotary engine and was armed with twin synchronized Vickers machine guns. Although difficult to handle, it was highly manouverable in the hands of an experienced pilot, which was a vital attribute in the relatively low-speed, low altitude dogfights of the era.

In total Camel pilots have been credited with downing 1,294 enemy aircraft, more than any other Allied fighter of the conflict.

“Naval 10” was a famous unit long before the arrival of the Sopwith Camel, its pilots having been excepcionally succesful with the Sopwith Triplanes. Ray Collishaw’s famous “Black Flight” was well known.

Norman Miers MacGregor was from London, and became an Ace flying with Naval 10 Squadron in late 1917. He claimed a Fokker triplane as his seventh score on 15th September, which was flown by German Ace, and leader of Jasta 11, Kurt Wolff who was a 33 victory Ace.

Flt. Lt. MacGregor gained his last two victories with this aircraft. The plane then briefly served with 9 Naval Squadron, before being passed on to a training depot at Chingford. Squadron markings were two vertical bars which encircled the fuselage. Flight markings were an A, B or C, and unusually in late 1917 three broad white horizontal bands were painted over a flight colour, black, red or blue, depending on the flight. This was only to last a month, before the white vertical bars would be replaced by a white circle aft of the roundel.

Knights Of The Skies - WWI

Trojan War

Troy and her allies

Trojan War - Greeks


Trojan War - Amazons - New

The Amazons were a race of female warriors in Greek mythology, who dwelt in the region of modern-day Ukraine. Two of the Amazon queens were Penthesilea, who took part in the Trojan War, and her sister Hippolyta, who was the owner of a magical girdle, given to her by the god of war Ares.

There were no men allowed to live together with the Amazons. However, in order to continue their race, once a year, the Amazons would visit a nearby tribe called Gargareans. After having sexual intercourse with them, the Amazons would return home; they would keep all baby girls that were born, but the male babies were either killed, sent to their fathers, or left in a forest to die of exposure to the elements.

The Amazons appeared in various Greek myths. In one of them, they attacked the region of Lycia, but were fended off by Bellerophon. They later attacked Phrygia, but were also defeated by the defending army, led by a young Priam, who later became the king of Troy.

According to Homer, the Trojan king Priam had fought the Amazons in his youth on the Sangarius river in Phrygia, some 350 miles east of Troy.

Later writers of the antiquity located Amazons geographically in Anatolia and started an epic tradition where Greek heroes, such as Heracles and Theseus, fought an Amazon warrior of distinction.

Courageous and fiercely independent, the Amazons, commanded by their queen, regularly undertook extensive military expeditions into the far corners of the world, from Scythia to Thrace, Asia Minor and the Aegean Islands, reaching as far as Arabia and Egypt.

Besides military raids, the Amazons are also associated with the foundation of temples and the establishment of numerous ancient cities, such as Ephesos, Cyme, Smyrna, Sinope, Myrina, Magnesia , and Pygela.

Archaeological discoveries of burial sites of female warriors, in the Eurasian Steppes suggest that the horse cultures of Scythian, Sarmation, and Hittites likely inspired the Amazon myth.

In 2019, a grave with multiple generations of female Scythian warriors, armed and in golden headdresses, was found near Russia’s Voronezh


Gempei War

Gempei War 1180 - 1185

Battle where the Girl saved her Brother, 17th June 1876

Buffalo Calf Road Woman, or Brave Woman (c. 1844-1879) was a Northern Cheyenne woman who saved her wounded warrior brother in the Battle of the Rosebud, in 1876. Her rescue helped rally the Cheyenne warriors to win the battle. Later that same year she was to fight alongside her husband in the battle of the Little Bighorn. She was later credited with striking the blow that knocked Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer off his horse before he died.

Black Hill Wars 1876-1877


A shield -Maiden was a female warrior from Scandinavian folklore and mythology. They are often mentioned in Viking Sagas, and also in Germanic stories of the Goths, Cimbri and Marcomanni. The mythical Valkyries may have been based on such shield maidens.

There is little actual historical evidence for Viking female warriors, although there are graves of female settlers which have contained weapons.

The historical evidence that Viking Age women took part in warfare, are based on a Byzantine historian’s records that women fought in battle when Sviatoslav I of Kiev attacked the Byzantines in Bulgaria in 971 AD.

In the Siege of Dorostolon, the Varangians suffered a devastating defeat. The victors were stunned to discover armed women among the fallen warriors.

The Saxo Grammaticus, reports that shield maidens fought on the side of Danes at the Battle of Bravellir in the year 750 AD

Examples of shield maidens mentioned by name in the Norse Sagas include Brynhildr in the Volsunga Saga.

Two shield maidens appear in certain translations of the Hervarar Saga.

The first of these, whose name was Hervor, was known to have taken up typically masculine roles early in her childhood and often raided travelers in the woods dressed as a man. Later in her life, she claimed the cursed sword “Tyrfing” from her father’s burial site and became a seafaring raider. She was eventually to marry and settle down.

Her granddaughter was also named Hervor and commanded forces against the attacking Huns. Although the Saga remarks on her bravery, she was mortally wounded and dies on the battlefield.

Age of Arthur - Vikings

El Cid

The Spanish

Conquest of America - Powhatan


Conquest of America - Beaver Wars - New

THE BEAVER WARS 1640 - 1701.

Starting in 1640, there was an intermittent war fought over one of the most in demand, luxurious items in the world: beaver pelts. The war was fought between the Iroquois Confederacy of the St. Lawrence River area and the Algonquian-speaking tribes of the Ohio Country and the Great Lakes, who were backed by the French. These wars took place in the Great Lakes region.

The Iroquois Confederacy was made up of five tribes that all spoke the Iroquois language: the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca. These tribes were involved in the fur trade for over 200 years prior to the war. The Iroquois traded beaver pelts to British settlers and merchants. In return, the Iroquois received items that they depended on, such as tools and firearms.

Starting in 1640, there was an intermittent war fought over one of the most in demand, luxurious items in the world: beaver pelts. The war was fought between the Iroquois Confederacy of the St. Lawrence River area and the Algonquian-speaking tribes of the Ohio Country and the Great Lakes, who were backed by the French. These wars took place in the Great Lakes region.

The Iroquois Confederacy was made up of five tribes that all spoke the Iroquois language: the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca. These tribes were involved in the fur trade for over 200 years prior to the war. The Iroquois traded beaver pelts to British settlers and merchants. In return, the Iroquois received items that they depended on, such as tools and firearms.

In 1701, the Treaty of Grande Paix was signed by the British, the French, the Iroquois Confederacy and the tribes of the Great Lakes. The treaty did not push the French out of the territory, but it did solidify an alliance between the Iroquois Confederacy and the British that would later help both in the French and Indian War.

The wars and subsequent commercial trapping of beavers was devastating to the local beaver population. Trapping continued to spread across North America, extirpating or severely reducing populations across the continent. The natural ecosystems that came to rely on the beavers for dams, water and other vital needs were also devastated leading to ecological destruction, environmental change, and draught in certain areas. The beaver populations in North America would take centuries to recover in some areas, while others would never recover.

Beaver Wars

Macedonian phalanx

Macedonian phalanx

American Civil War - 39th New York Infantry Regiment, Garibaldi Guard

39th New York Infantry Regiment, Garibaldi Guard

American Civil War - Emerald Guard

Army of the Shenandoah, 33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company E, Emerald Guard

Maratha Cavalry

Maratha Cavalry

74th Highland Regiment of Foot

74th Highland Regiment of Foot


The King’s Royal Regiment of New York, also know as Johnson’s Royal Regiment of New York,King’s Royal Regiment, Kings’s Royal Yorkers and the Royal Greens, were one of the first Loyalist regiments, raised on June 19th 1776, in British Canada, during the Revolutionary War.

The King’s Royal Regiment of New York was formed by exiled Loyalist leader, Sir John Johnson, from American refugees, fleeing persecution. On 19th May 1776, Sir John Johnson left his home at Johnson Hall in the Mohawk Valley and travelled with his family and approximately 200 retainers through the Adirondack Mountains to Montreal, Quebec. They arrived on the 15th June, just days after Governor Sir Guy Carleton’s army recaptured the city.

Johnson soon left Montreal to chase the retreating Continental Army southwards down the Richelieu Valley towards Lake Champlain. He met Carleton at Fort Chambly where the Governor authorized Johnson to raise the King’s Royal Regiment of New York.

Initially, the members of the regiment comprised Johnson's refugee retainers from his estates in the Mohawk Valley, but the steady stream of Loyalist refugees fleeing to Montreal provided a ready source of recruits for the King's Royal Yorkers. The Regiment served with distinction throughout the war, launching raids and relief missions into the Mohawk Valley of New York.

For the remainder of the Revolution, the King's Royal Yorkers formed an integral part of Canada's garrison. However, each year the regiment sent parties on raids into the Mohawk and neighbouring valleys for the purposes of rescuing beleaguered Loyalists and interfering with the ability of the Continental Army forces to use the region's crops as a source of food for Washington's army. These raids were generally launched from the Lake Champlain corridor or from Oswego, and caused a great deal of disruption. The militia of Northern New York never recovered from the disaster at Oriskany, and the region stood relatively defenseless.

In 1780, a large raid in to the Schoharie Valley led by Sir John Johnson gave rise to the destruction of large numbers of farms and pitched battles between the raiders and the demoralized American militia.

King’s Royal Regiment of New York

Battle of Cowpens, 1781 - New

The 71st Regiment of Foot was a regiment of infantry raised in 1775, and unofficially known as Fraser’s Highlanders. It was disbanded in 1786. The regiment was raised at Inverness, Stirling and Glasgow by Lieutenant- General Simon Fraser of Lovat as the 71st Regiment of Foot in 1775. It was specifically intended for service in the American Revolutionary War.

After service in the northern colonies, the regiment was sent south in December 1778. From that time forward all parts of the regiment were involved in most actions of the southern campaign. The 71st was to incorporate numerous colonial recruits, though the morale of the unit as a regular regiment was high.

The 1st Battalion under Major Archibald McArthur was assigned to Tarleton’s command to pursue Daniel Morgan’s Flying army until the clash at Cowpens. The only men to escape the Cowpens debacle were those few left guarding the baggage train in the rear. As a result of the defeat the regiment thereafter wore no uniform facings. The officers of the 71st petitioned Cornwallis that the regiment never again serve under Tarleton’s command, and Cornwallis honoured the request.

The remnants of the 71st would fight on, and surrendered at Yorktown.

71st Regiment of Foot

Mountain Men

Whiskey, Scalps and Beaver Pelts

2nd New Hampshire Regiment - Booster Set

2nd New Hampshire Regiment

Collectors Showcase

New releases for December
American Civil War - McCords Zoaves

New Expected December.

American Civil War

Thomas Gunn

New releases for December
Rome - In stock Now!

New for December.  All items in stock Now!

Glory of Rome

Boer War

African Wars

WWII German forces

Perfect for any WWII Collections. The machine Gun and Motar Team are supberb

  • - A late war rifleman with Panzerfaust
  • - The MG 34 one of the iconic weapons of WW2 with a fearsome reputation for reliability, it was eventually replaced by the cheaper MG 42 but still saw extensive action until the end of the war with many German units
  • - An SS 5cm Mortar Team lets rip at the enemy. Although much smaller than its 8cm cousin, its explosive impact was not to be underestimated especially against exposed Allied infantry. Not only that the 5cm mortar was much more portable and could be carried into combat and used in direct support of any infantry operation.

WWII German forces


Expect more French Legionnaire and Vietnamse figures in 2023.


Very best regards from Mike & Myszka Hall and the Sierra Toy Soldier team - Alex, Cody and Sean.

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