Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry
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and on the internet since 1996
12815 Central NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87123  USA
Jane Haley Clarke, owner
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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite, and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, sterling, and accessories.
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All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
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Dating Rings, Victorian to 1930s


Late 1700s to 1840s
It is always fun when a ring is inscribed with a date, taking the guess work out of circa dating. Although jewelry is sometimes seen with a much later inscription, that is not the norm. Rings from the early 1800s that are not dated may also have features to help identify them. Stones in that period were often set in a close-backed mounting, and sometimes foiled as well. Stones in the rings could also be set in a silver head with a karat gold band and rose cut diamonds, all typical of this time period. Hair and memorial rings were worn by both men and women. 


GEORGIAN Stuart crystal ring with gold wire cipher on the inside, size 9-1/2, stone is 1/2" by 1/2". The crystal is a faceted octagon with a tiny layer of hair under the bottom and a dash of rose pink coloring.    View   View   View   View   View   View   View   #V33264


GEORGIAN 12 karat yellow gold double serpent ring with rose cut diamond center in a closed back setting, circa 1810-1830, size 9-1/2, weight 4.664 grams. The diamond is set in a pinched silver collet rim and the scale design wraps around the entire ring. The diamond is 3.3 to 3.6 mm, difficult to measure in this setting. The color is a foil backed light brown and it has a tiny broken edge visible only under magnification.    View   View   View   View   #V34580

GEORGIAN 10 karat gold and  foil backed rose cut diamonds by-pass ring with two rose cut diamonds, one 4.2 x 4.8 mm, one 4.1 x 4.9 mm, and six 2.1 to 2.4 mm diamonds; clarity S1 to I-1, color foil backed with slight tint, total weight 2.241 grams. This ring is a size 9, and is 7/16" along the finger at the front and the band is 1/8" wide at the back. Circa 1800-1820, the the two larger diamonds are set in pinched collet rims.    View   View   #V34571


GEORGIAN or VICTORIAN high domed rock crystal cabochon ring with reverse carved and painted robin bird on a branch with oak leaves. The setting also has has three leaves in gold on each side of the center cabochon. The ring is a size 9 and 3/4" along the finger, the cabochon is a very deep 1/3" with some scratching visible under magnification, some paint missing inside as can be seen in the photos. The band, which may be later-added, is hallmarked for 9ct gold, "375", maker "T&S",  "9 375 R" in a hexagon mark, cabochon tests as rock crystal, band tests 10k, cabochon setting tests 14k. NOTE: That is my windows reflected in the left side of the dome. This is reflective and seems to almost glow from inside the dome.  View   View   View   View   View   #V37432 GEORGIAN 15 carat ring with hair underneath crystal, initials "AC" made of tiny pearls and woven hair under the crystal front, which is surrounded by seed pearls, and engraved on the back "Alice Coleman, obt 10 Jan'y 1795, at 39", size 9-3/4, 3/4" across front.  It comes in a box from the well-known shop "Cameo Corner Ltd., 26 Museum Street, London WCI.     View   View   View   View   View   #V33339



VICTORIAN 10-14k Tassie cameo portrait of "Mad" King George II, (1738-1820), size 5 and 3/4" by 5/8" along the finger. This material for making cameos was invented by James Tassie late 18th century. The blue coloring at 3 o'clock on the ring is probably a manufacturing error at the time it was made since the blue color is also under the top layer of the white cameo, seen from the side. The total weight is about .26 ounces. Hallmarks on the band are crown 375 tiger face and cursive "D" maker's mark "B G", band tests 10k, front tests 14k, so I am thinking it is possible that he band may not be original to the ring. There are no other signs that it was ever anything else, though.   View  View   View   View   View    #V37534



VICTORIAN 18 carat yellow gold early 1800s ring with central diamond, four pearls and black enamel, size 7-3/4.    View   View   #V32118

 GEORGIAN memorial hair ring with pearl surround and blonde hair. Size 7-1/4 and engraved, " Joseph Dixon died 16th Jan.y 1815 aged 50".  Engraving   #V15165  

  GEORGIAN 18k yellow gold and banded agate memorial ring, hallmarked London, engraved "Michael Simpson died 12 July 1835 Age 40 Years" and dated 1835, size 7-1/4, as is.    View   View   #K29309


GEORGIAN 9 karat yellow gold, seed pearl and hair mourning ring inscribed "En. Thornton obt 8 Nov 1802 at 54". That makes it over 200 years old! The size is 8-3/4 and it is 1/2" along the finger at the front. Total weight about .13 ounces. There are scratches on the crystal, visible under magnification, but the braided hair can be easily seen through it. What a treasure from another age.  View   View   #V36262  GEORGIAN 14 karat gold hair ring on blue enamel with seed pearls and hair bows under glass, engraved "WC ob 5 Sept 1790 at 74", with original box,  It is set above blue foil or blue enamel, even under magnification it is hard to tell which. Fabulous detail and design in this 220-year-old ring. The size is 7-3/4 and it is 1-1/4" along the finger. It came to me in it's own little blue ring box.    View   View   View   View   #V35889 VICTORIAN 1842 ring with diamonds in a flower shape set on blue enamel in 15 carat yellow gold, hallmarked for 1842 London and marked "WE" for William Eaton and the number "8", size 9-1/2 and 1/2" along the finger.  This is Georgian in style and is dated just 5 year after the Georgian reign.  View   #V35959


Circa 1860 to 1890
Jewelry catalogues came into vogue along with the mass production of jewelry. Looking at the illustrations and written descriptions is a definitive way to date pieces. Hair jewelry was still popular and could be fashioned as a home craft or ordered from catalogues. Taille d'epargne enamel work became very popular, as did mosaic and Mizpah rings. Jewelry of this era can be a bit heavier and more somber that later jewelry.




VICTORIAN memorial ring in gold with black enameling marked "SH Chamberlaine Ob 23AUG1866" around the outside and engraved inside, size 7-1/2. See "Warman's Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 36. Another ring similar to this can be seen in "Jewels & Jewelry" by Clare Phillips on page 140-3 and in Becker's "Antique & Twentieth Century Jewelry" on page 54,. View   View    View    View  #V25015 

VICTORIAN 14k ring with woven hair inside, size 7-1/4. See Bell's "Collector's Encyclopedia of Hairwork Jewelry" page 185.  View   #V15458
View Victorian hair ring as shown in the A. Bernhard & Co. Catalogue, 1870

  VICTORIAN  hair ring with shield front, size 9-1/4.   #V21550



 PAGE 61 of Victorian hair rings.
A. Bernhard & Co. Catalogue, 1870

VICTORIAN hair set in gold ring with initials "MPH", size 6-1/2.   View   #V31359

PAGE 13 of Victorian hair jewelry: bracelets, brooches, rings, charms and pendants.
A. Bernhard & Co. Catalogue, 1870



VICTORIAN taille d'epargne black enamel and seed pearl ring, rectangular shape with seed pearl, circa 1870.  View   #V3495 

 VICTORIAN 18k yellow gold micro mosaic doves ring, 3/4" front, size 7.    View    #V27582   

 VICTORIAN 10k yellow gold garnet and seed pearl ring in original box, size 6, 1/2" at front, circa 1880.   View   View   View   View   View   View   #G29710


  VICTORIAN 18 karat yellow gold "I Cling to Thee" ring with a cross motif in diamonds, hallmarked Chester England 1884 and maker marked "BHJ", weighs about .13ozs. A beautiful sentiment on a beautiful and unusual ring.  View   View   #V36310   


VICTORIAN 14k white and yellow gold pierced square topped ring with diamond chips and center ruby.    View   #G25981 VICTORIAN ring with an emerald, a sapphire and a diamond, circa 1880, very faint remains of engraved date and initials inside the band.    View   View  #G22937  VICTORIAN 18k yellow gold ring with .59ct total weight rubies and .35ct total weight diamonds, size 7.   View   #G28479


VICTORIAN sterling silver Mizpah ring hallmarked Birmingham 1882-3, size 7-1/4, 1/4" across front and gently tapering back to 3-16" at back.   View   #V31541 

VICTORIAN sterling silver hand made mizpah ring, hallmarked "P&T", Birmingham, 1862, size 8, 1/4" wide at front and 1/8" wide at back.   View   View   #V31337

PEARL cross-over ring, circa 1910.    #Gco



RING 9k and black enameled ring initial "J", circa 1890, size 6-3/4.   #G21551  

"Fine solid gold and stone rings".
E.V. Roddin Catalogue, 1887-1889

  VICTORIAN 14k yellow gold amethyst ring with inset rose and diamond, size 7-1/4.   View   #G28037
"Real amethyst, diamond inlaid".



VICTORIAN Masonic Knights Templar "In Hoc Signo Vinces" (In this sign conquer) ring marked inside,  "Princes, Patn Aug-26-90". Size 7-3/4.   View    #G21484

 VICTORIAN 14k yellow gold ring with purple stone and seed pearls, size 8.   View   #G27827

RING 14 yellow gold ring, long-ways mounted garnet with seed pearls, engraved inside "George to Lilly G., 8-1878", size 6-1/4 and measures 1/2" across the front.   View   View   #K31783


Circa 1890 to 1910
Just like fashion and dresses of the time, jewelry of this era becomes lighter and more delicate. Cabochons, Bohemian garnets, buckle motifs, signet rings, embossed bands and somewhat more delicate settings can be seen in the catalogues.


   RING Victorian 14k tested yellow gold, diamond and ruby buckle motif ring, size 11-1/2, 1/8" to 1/4" wide.    #G50997 

 VICTORIAN  9ct buckle ring dated 1898. See Luthi's Sentimental Jewelry page 32.  View   #G24203 

  VICTORIAN ring, 14k yellow gold band with rubies and diamonds, size 6-3/4, 1-3" wide.   View  #G25959 



    VICTORIAN 14k red and green cabochons ring, embossed design, circa 1900, size 8-1/4.   View   #G20897

Men's seal, garnet and opal rings.
14k birth month rings, all real stones. Priced in the catalogue from $1.60 to $18.00 each.
Daniel Low & Co., 1901

  GARNET cabochon pinky ring with embossed sides, circa 1890.   View  #G22930  


  18k YELLOW GOLD band with gypsy set diamond, engraved inside "AJK" for my grandmother, Agnes Jeanette King", circa 1910.   View   View    #Gajk 

   VICTORIAN signet ring with the initials "JHC", circa 1900.   View   View  #G22936  

14 K yellow gold heavy signet ring engraved "D/C/G ?", size 9, measures 11/16" across the face, circa 1890.  View   #G23362  


       VICTORIAN 14k gold and emerald ring, size 7-1/4.  View   View   View   View   #G24931

    14k RING peridot and diamond ring, size 7.  View   #G22078

   EDWARDIAN 14k yellow gold ruby and seed pearl tiny ring, circa 1910, size 5.   View   #G26298    


    RING yellow gold, opals, diamonds and seed pearl ring, size 8.   View   #G29423

RING 14k tested yellow gold and opal ring, three oval stones, circa 1900, size 7-1/2, opal portion 1/4" by 1/2".  View   #G50991/5

   14K yellow gold Edwardian ring with opals and mine cut diamonds, size 7-1/8.   View   #G28762



   Girls rings, boys rings, baby rings.
Signet rings, highly carved and plain designs.  Priced in the catalogue from $ .75 to $16.00 each.
Daniel Low & Co., 1901

SIGNET 14k yellow gold ring with medical "Caducaus" entwined snake, size 5-3/4.   View   #K23878

10k "Solid gold" finger rings. Priced in the catalogue from $1.50 to $25.00 each.
Daniel Low & Co., 1901



 RING 14k gold morning glory embossed size 3-3/4 ring. View #K24930

FINE solid gold 10k plump engraved band rings.
All rings with the letter "A" prefixed to number are 8K fine.
A.C. Becken Catalogue, 1902

 VICTORIAN 10k yellow gold wedding band size 8-1/2. This style is sometimes called "cigar band" rings.  #G23204


    EDWARDIAN 14k yellow gold amethyst and seed pearl ring, circa 1910, size 5-1/2. View #G26297    EDWARDIAN 14k yellow gold ruby and diamond ring, circa 1910, size 7-3/4. View #G26295    EDWARDIAN 14k yellow gold sapphire and seed pearl ring, circa 1910, size 7-1/2. View #G26299




VICTORIAN silver ring with rose gold overlay rose and green gold overlay leaves, size 8-12 and 3/4" along the finger.  View   #V36612  


Persian turquoise is a turquoise with no matrix at all. It was very popular in the Victorian era and even into the early 20th Century. Often set in karat yellow or rose gold, the designs were almost endless, as you can see from the selection below. If you are looking for some Persian turquoise jewelry to purchase, please CLICK HERE.


VICTORIAN 9ct turquoise and seed pearls ring, heart-shaped with links band design, size 7-1/4.   View   #G33103  VICTORIAN girl's Persian turquoise ring and gold filled thimble in original fitted box. This would have bee a lovely gift for a young girl.   View   View   View   View   View   #V32850  VICTORIAN turquoise and seed pearls ring, crescent with three stones, size 6-1/4.   View   View   #G33104





  VICTORIAN  Persian turquoise ring with two turquoise half-cabochons offset with two pearls, marked "14k" inside the band, size 5.   View  View   View   #V39817

 VICTORIAN Persian turquoise ring in an eye shape with tiny seed pearls all around, engraved with initials "E. J. P." and hallmarked "H&S" for the maker, and "10k". It has been sized in the past and is now a size 8-1/4. View   View   View   #V39818

  VICTORIAN Persian turquoise ring with a yin-yang design accented with two seed pearls, one illegible stamped mark, tests as karat gold, size 6-7/8 and runs just shy of 1/2" along the finger.  View  View  View    #V39816





VICTORIAN Persian turquoise and diamond ring in a 15 karat yellow gold setting, size 6 and 1/4" along the finger. It has a .10 ct old mine cut diamond in a bloomed gold finished setting, circa 1880s. One each side there is a dainty etched designs and around the little turquoises are pierced holes. The front is set like a little forget-me-not flowers which symbolizes remembrance.  View  View   #V37697

VICTORIAN Persian turquoise and seed pearl ring set in 9 carat yellow gold, stones are prong set with a leaf on each side of the center. This is hallmarked for Birmingham, England, 9 carat gold and while I cannot make out the date letter, these are generally circa 1880's. It is a size 8-1/2 and is about 3/8" along the finger. The front is set like a little forget-me-not flowers which symbolize remembrance.  View   View   #V37983

VICTORIAN 9k rose cut diamonds and Persian turquoise ring with elongated shape, circa late 1800s, size 5-3/4 and runs 1" along the finger and it 1/4" at the widest. There are 22 rose cut diamonds of about .15tw.    View   View   View   #V39813






VICTORIAN 10k Persian turquoise, garnet and seed pearls ring in a rose gold setting, size 6-1/2 and 1/2" wide as it lays on the finger, and it weighs .06 ozs. It's a lovely design and has decoration on each shoulder as well. This will come in  a brand new square ring box in this same style, but the one that is shown is for display only.    View   View   #G39760

VICTORIAN 15k Persian turquoise ring with a scroll on each side of the row of stones, each having an etched design, size 7-1/2. It does test 15 karat gold and is in otherwise very good vintage condition, and it weighs .06 ozs. This will come in  a brand new square ring box in this same style, but the one that is shown is for display only.  View   View   View   #V39789

VICTORIAN 15k Persian turquoise ring with the forget-me-not flower shape in the middle and a pearl  on each side, size 8 and 5/16" wide at the front. It has had the back of the band professionally replaced at some time in the past, but the maker's marks remain and say "WJG" and "15" for 15 karat gold. The forget-me-not symbolized eternal love or friendship.  View   View    View  #V39790  


VICTORIAN 9ct turquoise and seed pearls ring, heart-shaped with links band design, size 7-1/4.   View   #G33103  VICTORIAN girl's Persian turquoise ring and gold filled thimble in original fitted box. This would have bee a lovely gift for a young girl.   View   View   View   View   View   #V32850  VICTORIAN turquoise and seed pearls ring, crescent with three stones, size 6-1/4.   View   View   #G33104


Circa 1910-1930
The popularity of platinum and white gold, and with it filigree work, set the tone for this era. Also popular were unusually-shaped stones, rubies and sapphires as well as diamonds.


  FILIGREE 19k white gold filigree ring with approximately 1/3 ct diamond center, broken sapphire sides, size 6-1/2.  View   #V31478

 14k DIAMOND white gold filigree approximately .25 ct diamond ring, size 5-1/4. View #G23958 

EDWARDIAN platinum tested 1-1/6" wide band set all around with tiny single cut diamonds, size 7-1/2.    #V31479  


DATE RING14k white gold filigree date ring for  1927. This ring has a tiny diamond between the numbers "9" and "2", and it's a size 5-1/2, marked inside the band "14k". The black center part could be onyx or black glass.     View   View   #V39836 EDWARDIAN Deco platinum and 18k white gold ring that is set with 15 Old European Cut diamonds. The ring is an elongated shield shape with 3 diamonds stacked vertically and surrounded with a halo of diamonds. It is finished with a delicate milgrain edging around each diamond and a hand engraved wheat pattern on the shank shoulders. It is marked inside the band, "Platinum, A*, 18K". it weighs 2.2 dw (3.5 grams) and the total diamond weight is 0.80 carats, color I-L, clarity VS 2 to SI I.   View   View   View   View    #K39664 DECO 18 karat white gold filigree ring with blue and clear sapphires, marked inside "18k". The total weight is 2.16 grams(.076 ounces). It is a  size 6-1/2 and 3/16" wide at the front. Each side has an engraved flower and leaf on the shoulder. There are microscopic flea bites on some of the blue sapphire edges, invisible to the naked eye and hard to see even with my 5x camera lens, but mentioned for accuracy.  View   View   #V38893


  FILIGREE 14k white gold filigree ring with rubies and a small diamond, circa 1910, size  6-1/2, measures 7/8" across front.    View   #G32342

EDWARDIAN 14k white gold filigree ring with keystone shaped rubies, marked "14k" inside the band, circa 1910, size 5-1/4, measures 3/4" across front.   View   #G26300

DECO 14k white gold ring with rubies and diamonds ring, size 6-1/2. Hallmarked  "ECI" inside the band.   View   #G28480     


BOHEMIAN garnets ring, 14k yellow gold band and oval cabochon with surrounding rose cut garnets set in brass top, ring size 5, 3/4" long at the front. Wonderful color.   View   View   #G32166  BOHEMIAN garnets set in 10k yellow gold pinkie ring, illegible hallmark inside, size 3-3/4.   View   #G31380      RING of Bohemian garnets in gilt setting, size 7-1/2.  View   View   #G29424


FILIGREE white gold ring with four amethysts, butterflies on each side of stones, marked inside the band "14k", circa 1925, size 6. This ring can be seen in the M. Bonn Jewelry Catalogue, 1927 and it can be seen HERE.   View   #G32489

Fancy shaped rings.
M. Bonn Jewelry Catalogue, 1927

14K YELLOW gold amethyst and seed pearls oval ring circa 1920.   View   #G21488


DECO 18 karat white gold ring Asscher cut diamond ring with small sapphires and hand-engraved detailing, size 6, total weight 3.684 grams. The center natural diamond is an estimated weight of 2.25 carats, I-1 and M-N color. Seven square cut synthetic blue sapphires are mounted on the sides, as well as one natural sapphire that was a later replacement.     View   View   View   #V34446

        "Special Order Work".
JR Wood & Sons, 1919 Catalogue, Page 55

10k diamond yellow gold filigree ring, size 6-1/4.   #G17545


"The carved wedding ring...
fortunate is the bride who receives one."
JR Wood & Sons, 1919 Catalogue, Page 77

 Diamond Rings
"Set with snappy blue white Wesselton diamonds, platinum or white gold top mountings with 14k yellow gold shanks."
JR Wood & Sons, 1919 Catalogue, Page 31

"Platinum mounting, also in combination of platinum and 14k gold."
JR Wood & Sons, 1919 Catalogue, Page 66


14k GOLD signet ring with nude lady on each side, initials engraved on top.   View  

"Signet rings in 10k and 14k gold."
JR Wood & Sons, 1919 Catalogue, Page 119

 VICTORIAN  14k gold ring with three gypsy-set diamonds, size 9-3/4.   View    #G21499

  SIGNET RING Gold shell  (gold filled) with shield shaped front, not engraved. It is a size 10-1/4, and has scrolls designs on the shank.   #G6246


Fancy and Birthstone Rings.
Diamonds, cameos and filigree settings.
M. Bonn Jewelry Catalogue, 1927

14k DIAMOND white gold filigree approximately .25 ct diamond ring, size 5-1/4. View #G23958 

Fancy ring settings.
M. Bonn Jewelry Catalogue, 1927


Cameo and Intaglio Rings
Dating cameo rings can be facilitated by both the setting and the carving of the pieces. Classic faces, harking back to Greek and Roman mythology, characterize many rings of this period. Comparing the settings with other Victorian rings also helps determine age.



 VICTORIAN 14k yellow gold hard stone cameo ring (one side with tiny chip) with diamonds, size 8-1/4.   View   #K28038

"Real stone cameo" ring.

    VICTORIAN 14k yellow gold black and white cameo ring, size 8-1/2.   View   #K28039


  CAMEO ring, a family piece brought back from Italy after WWI. This classic style goes back to Victorian times.   View    View #G22928   CORAL 10k yellow gold ring with coral cameo, 1-1/8" by 1/2" front, circa 1900. A ring like this can be seen on page 65 of Romero's Warman's Jewelry, Ed. 3 on page 65.   View   #G50651 VICTORIAN large and unusual shell cameo of a lady holding a torch set in 10k yellow gold (tested) ring, marked inside "JHW 901 __ core", size 6-1/2.  View   View   #G29636   


 10K yellow gold purple intaglio ring, size 8-1/2.   View  #G25980

"Fine solid gold and stone rings."
Onyx, Intaglio, Cameo, Amethyst, Blood Stone, Tiger Eye
Note the wide decorated shanks and heavier look of these rings.
E.V. Roddin Catalogue, 1887-1889 

   14K yellow gold oval intaglio Edwardian ring, circa 1910, size 7.   View   #G50474


RING 14k yellow gold and carnelian intaglio ring depicting "Justice" holding her scales, an unusual motif, size 8-1/4 it is 3/4" at the widest point on the front.   View   #G31973 VICTORIAN karat gold and intaglio signet ring, size 6-3/4, 1/2" front.    View   #V29841 

CAMEO ring, plastic cameo and marcasites set in silver tone jeweler's metal, circa 1930.  View   #Y60640


Modern Rings in Vintage Styles
Both the rings below are 1960-1990 settings, and both have older centerpieces. The Japanese "kashira" and the Old European cut diamond date to the 1800s. With the popularity of vintage styles, many new rings are available with the older stones and settings.... filigrees, older diamond cuts and even all-out reproductions. Here is where the privilege of handling many older pieces many be the best way to determine dates as some of the copies are very convincing. There is of course nothing wrong with buying vintage style rings... the diamond below belonged to my grandmother and I wanted it set with a period flair... but it is good to know which is genuinely old and which modern.



 JAPANESE 10k yellow gold shank and base ring with Japanese Samuri sword kashira with gilt carved dragon motif, ring size 7-1/2. The kashira which is probably comprised of copper and a small amount of gold, measures 1-1/3" by 2/3"wide.   View   View   #G29510

   14k GOLD and approximately 1 ct. Old European cut diamond ring in antique style 14k yellow and white gold setting. Diamond is circa 1900, setting is a contemporary one in a vintage style.  View   View   View  #Glkh



By custom, wedding rings are worn on the third finger of the left hand. In the 1856 book "Inquire Within for Anything You Want to Know" by G.G. Evans, two explanations are given for this custom. One goes back to Roman times, when a ring was worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because it was believed that a nerve ran from there to the heart. In Christian custom, the third finger symbolizes the Trinity. 


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PLEASE NOTE: Regretfully, it is no longer possible to respond to individual questions regarding jewelry history, identification or value, or to offer written or verbal appraisals or opinions. The demand for this kind of information is absolutely too overwhelming for one dealer to fill. 
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