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Stock last updated on 19/12/15

New items added on 16/11/15
We will have some new items ready as soon as the current back log of repair jobs which accumulated before Christmas is cleared.   Watch this space...

1954 Bush AC34 (Valve)
Here we have one of the classic Bush 50's radios,  this is one of their best AM models.  It is well designed, easy to work on and performs well. The large elliptical speaker does a good job. Cabinet wise this one is very good, factory original walnut with a perfect Bush transfer on top. The birds eye maple trim finishes off the front panel with a touch of class. It has an internal frame aerial which works very well on LW and MW and the stronger SW stations, you need a simple wire aerial to get the most out of short wave. Excellent build and sound quality.  A proper wooden vintage radio.
Frequency Coverage :- MW / LW / SW
Antenna - internal frame with sockets.
Dimensions 20" wide, 16" high, 8" deep
Price £145   UK Delivery £14    Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

1953 Pye P76F   (valve)   
Decisions decisions…   Bush or Pye?  Both are wonderful valve wirelesses!    The F tells you that this is the better of the two P76 models,  F stands for frame,  so it has an internal aerial which gives very good results for most situations.  This example sounds as good as it looks,  the 76 was one of Pye's best  machines of the 1950's.  Incorporating all kinds of elaborate feedback in the audio amplifier,  it really does kick out the bass and makes AM sound much better than anything else from Pye made in the 1950's  The cabinet is in it's original very well preserved finish.  Perfect for everyday use around the house.  Recommended.   
Frequency Coverage :- MW / LW / SW
Antenna -  internal frame aerial  (external wire recommended for SW)
Dimensions  19" wide 15" high,  7" deep
Price £145   UK Delivery £14    Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

1947 Philco A547B  (valve)
Top quality Bakelite offering from the British Philco factory.  Not to be confused with Philco of the USA.  Solid and simple engineering inside and a distinctive dark chocolate coloured cabinet make this one a winner.  They always perform very well and have lovely smooth well rounded valve audio.  The little red arm indicator that points to the wave band in use is still present  (they often get lost).  Perfect original condition,  no cracks, chips or other faults.   We sell a lot of this model  and rightly so.   The Short Wave coverage is excellent,  spread across two bands with a nice counter balanced tuning system.  Oh and yes there are still stations to be heard on short wave,  despite a lot of them closing in the past couple of years.    There are actually quite a few new stations arriving on the lower wavelengths from around Europe  -  some which resemble 1960's pirate radio stations in their program content.   Makes a change from the usual state propaganda broadcasts.   Since the pictures were taken this example has had it's final polish and it gleams now just as it did back in '47.   
Frequency Coverage :- MW / LW /  2 SW
Antenna  -  simple length of wire needed. 
Dimensions  18" wide 14" high, 7" deep
Price £150   Sorry this one is now sold.

1976 Hacker Ranger  (transistor)
Continuing with 1970's transistor offerings we have a product from Maidenhead.    The Ranger was Hackers answer to the Roberts Rambler and alike.   It does a similar sort of job,   the cabinet and speaker are larger.   We don't come across many Ranger models,  they were only produced for a couple of years unlike the Rambler,  which first came out in 1976 and continued in various guises until 1990.  Good example,  no marks or wear to report.   Fully overhauled.
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod
Frequency Coverage  LW and MW
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 9.5" wide, 6" high, 3" deep
Price £50   Sorry this one is now sold.

1976 Hacker Aviemore RP78 (transistor)
We recently sold a black Aviemore so here is another one,  this time finished in quite a rare mid brown colour.  Superb original condition.   The Aviemore is similar in many ways to the Hacker Ranger but is slightly larger and has VHF coverage.  .   A good all round radio and if you fancy a change from Roberts then you can't really go too far wrong with something like this.  Made in Maidenhead from start to finish.   One for the folks who live at certain Scottish ski area? 
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod / telescopic whip
Frequency Coverage  LW, MW and VHF FM
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 9.5" wide, 6" high, 3" deep
Price £75   UK Delivery £11   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
I'm sorry this one has just gone.  Sold.

1952 Bush DAC90A (valve)
We found another one!   Everyone should have a DAC90A - possibly the perfect present for someone who has everything.  A very popular vintage radio which is compact and easy to use. Simply plug it in, wait 45 seconds and tune in a station. No messing about with aerials or other wires, just try to keep it away from sources of interference. This example is in lovely condition, the Bakelite case has a deep glossy leaf patterned finish.   It is the slightly later version two model,  which only differs in trim terms.    Excellent condition, the only cosmetic fault to mention is a chip out of the wave change knob fitted to the side of the radio.
Frequency Coverage LW/MW
Antenna - Internal frame.
Dimensions 12" wide, 9" high, 7" deep
Price £150   UK Delivery £14   Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.
Also available,  we have the rarer 1946 version,  the DAC90  in dark brown Bakelite and original cloth grille.  Fully overhauled and converted so that it does not run so hot  (not an issue on the DAC90A)  £175  pictures to arrive soon. 

1949  Murphy A168M   (valve)
Murphy made some great radios.   Over engineered solid chassis construction with good quality components.   Hence the reason why there are still a few nice ones to be found.  This model uses some of  the baffle board design but with a slightly less radical cabinet.  What an example it is too,  the woodwork and tinted lacquer which coats it is all original  has hardly aged at all.   Excellent all round sound quality and volume is the norm with 168's, and you will find it superb for listening to broadcast stations.   I particularly like the glass dial on this model which is even better when back lit.     Fully overhauled and ready for another 65 years of use!
Frequency Coverage  LW, MW, SW
Antenna -  simple wire needed.   
Dimensions 21" wide, 16" high, 9" deep
Price £145   UK Delivery £14    Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP

1964 Roberts R500   (transistor)
Top of the range Roberts radio,  the R500 is a bit like a R300 but bigger with a slide rule tuning dial.  Personally I think this is by far the best sounding of all the early Roberts radios,  it's well up there with the Hacker products.  Has an attractive brass telescopic whip aerial which is used for short wave.  Roberts didn't make many radios with short wave coverage,  I'm not sure why that is.  All dodgy transistors replaced.  This one is finished in Crimson red.    Just as it should be. 
Frequency Coverage  LW, MW and SW
Antenna -  Internal aerials.  Telescopic whip for SW. Ext sockets fitted.
Batteries 2 PP9 9V types. 

Price £85   UK Delivery £11   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP

1962 Roberts R200  (transistor)   
Tan R200 models always seem to be filthy and are the most difficult to clean.  We didn't have that problem however with this one,  which I think has been stored away in a box for most of its life.   Even the handle is original and in good order  -  they usually split and need replacing.   Great fun and a good sounding proper wood portable.  None of that MDF, or self destructing audio amplifier chips in here  (take note Roberts!)      Later version of the R200 which as always has had its transistors replaced,  amongst the other bits that wear out.    Not many originals left now in good order like this. 
Frequency Coverage :- MW / LW 
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod with sockets
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 8.5" wide, 6" high, 3.5" deep
Price £80   UK Delivery £11   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
Also available,  we have a green R300 and another R200,  this time in blue.  Both will restore to a similar condition.   Ready soon...

1953 Bush AC31  (valve) 
A baby wooden Bush radio,  the smallest of all their 1950's models built into a wooden case.   This one is a bit special as it has the factory optional extra of a tone control fitted to the rear of the case.   Not a bodge job,  this was available on the AC31 and I have seen several in the past with the same board fitted.   Must be years since the last one was available from PTR.   The cabinet is smart,  it has one or two minor age blemishes but retains its original factory finish.  Audio quality is good and despite being a short superhet it works very well on LW and MW,  with the bonus of SW.  Uses a clever set of valves to get the most out of three "bottles"
and a rectifier. 
Frequency Coverage :- LW / MW / SW
Dimensions 16" wide, 13" high, 7" deep
Antenna -   simple wire for LW / MW  -  maybe a bit longer for good SW.
Price £95    UK Delivery £14   Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

C1948 Ekco U75   (valve)   
Here is something a bit different.   This must be a rare model as I cannot recall ever having one in our workshop before.  It's an AC/DC chassis but nothing to worry about  - it has a very well designed and over engineered dropper stage with loads of space to dissipate heat.   Quite a chunk of wood in that walnut finished cabinet,  it weighs far more than you might think!   The audio is well rounded. Every bit a proper valve radio.   Sensitive and selective on Short Wave  -  on test I had the thrilling experience of listening to propaganda direct from North Korea using a simple 20 ft length of wire as an aerial.    Not bad for an ancient radio  (I bet the transmitter at the other end is almost the same age!)
Frequency Coverage :- LW / MW / SW
Dimensions 16" wide, 13" high, 7" deep
Antenna -   simple wire for LW / MW  -  maybe a bit longer for good SW.
Price £120   UK Delivery £14   Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

1988 Roberts RCS80   (transistor and multitude of IC's)
Roberts radio made this model their flagship in the late 1980's  -  it was rather over complicated from an electronics point of view being based on microprocessors and digital electronics.  Tuning is by scan / push button control and you can also use this as an alarm clock.  However like all of their larger models it has  lovely audio, sounding much the same as the R747 or R900.  Mains or battery powered (complete with a new lead).   A "proper" Roberts,   built in Britain.   

Antenna - Internal ferrite rod / whip for VHF with sockets
Batteries  -  D cells or use built in mains power supply
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW / VHF FM  to 108Mhz
Dimensions 12" wide, 7" high, 3.5" deep
Price £55   UK Delivery £11   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

C1978 Roberts Rambler  (transistor) 
Finished in turquoise,  here we have a classic mini Roberts in pristine condition.   Great AM audio and sensitivity for such a compact radio.     
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V   (has a socket for a 9V adaptor)
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW
Dimensions 7.5" wide, 5" high, 2.5" deep
   
Price £40   UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
I'm sorry this one has just gone.  Sold.

C1977 Roberts Rambler  (transistor) 
Finished in dark orange,  here we have another classic mini Roberts in pristine condition.   Great AM audio and sensitivity for such a compact radio.     
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V   (has a socket for a 9V adaptor)
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW
Dimensions 7.5" wide, 5" high, 2.5" deep
   
Price £40   UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

C1978 Roberts Rambler  (transistor) 
Finished in red,  here we have another classic mini Roberts in good condition.   There is a little nick on the back covering material,  down at the bottom of the case  (not visible unless you look at the bottom of the radio!) . Great AM audio and sensitivity for such a compact radio.     
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V   (has a socket for a 9V adaptor)
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW
Dimensions 7.5" wide, 5" high, 2.5" deep
   
Price £35   UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP

C1985  Roberts Rambler II  (transistor) 
Finished in black,  the mark two Rambler was basically the same but has a tone control switch and a slightly larger speaker.  Electrically rather than using discrete components in the amplifier the Mk2 uses a silicon chip amplifier.    Sounds equally as good for such a small radio.   
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V   (has a socket for a 9V adaptor)
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW
Dimensions 7.5" wide, 5" high, 2.5" deep
   
Price £40  UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP

1949/50  Bush AC11 (valve)
Most AC11 radios were finished in a dark lacquer,  not this one.   Is a factory mid light walnut colour.   In what I would call rustic condition,  in other words all original with signs of age and patina.   Just minor blemishes to give it a bit of character!   The AC11 was the first of a whole series of excellent,  well designed models from Bush which feature internal frame antennas and large quality celestion speakers.    As ever fully overhauled and ready to go.   
Frequency Coverage LW/MW/SW
Antenna - Internal frame with sockets.
Dimensions 20" wide, 14" high, 7" deep
Price £120  UK Delivery £14   Most of EU £28  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

1970 Bush TR 230  (transistor)   
The TR130 was the biggest selling transistor radio of the 1960's.  In 1969 this was updated and re-engineered using the cutting edge TAD100 RF/IF integrated circuit and re-named TR230.    They sound every bit as good as the predecessor and it is hard to find better audio on AM from a compact transistor portable.   This is the smart tan and chrome version.   
Frequency Coverage  LW/MW
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  with sockets.
Batteries  -  1 PP9 9V   
Dimensions 9" wide, 5.5" high, 2.5" deep
Price £36  UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP

1970 Bush TR 230  (transistor)   
Also available in black and chrome.   Just like this…..   
Frequency Coverage  LW/MW
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  with sockets.
Batteries  -  1 PP9 9V   
Dimensions 9" wide, 5.5" high, 2.5" deep
Price £36  UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP

C1963 Decca  TP99  (transistor)
Fancy something a little different?   I think this looks great,  and was quite impressed with its performance too.    A proper 1960's style radio with well rounded audio and good battery life.     Finished in dark blue,  in perfect condition.   Not to be missed,  this is a rare find.    Can't say in the last 20 years that we have had another one in.   The usual transistor suspects have been replaced. 
Frequency Coverage  LW/MW
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  with sockets.
Batteries  -  1 PP9 9V   
Dimensions 9" wide, 5.5" high, 2.5" deep
Price £55 UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
Sorry this one is now sold.

1970 Hacker Herald VHF RP37A  (transistor)
This is the VHF only version of the Hacker Herald,  which has been well looked after.    It's basically the same circuit as the Hacker Sovereign II model  -  using the same high quality audio amplifier and VHF tuner / IF stages  -  they just removed the AM board.   Finished in the rarer dark red with brass trim colour,  in lovely condition.  If you want me to pick a fault there is slight degradation of the tuning panel gold edge printing.   I have said it before but this must be the only production radio in existence with Rotherham printed on the tuning dial! 
Frequency Coverage  VHF FM to about 102 MHz
Antenna - Telescopic whip with sockets
Batteries  -  2 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 11" wide, 8" high, 4.5" deep
Price £105  UK Delivery £12   Most of EU £22  -  £35 GBP 
Sorry this one is now sold.

C1961 Dansette Gem   (transistor)
Very cute,  somewhat fragile,  definitely 1960's in style.   This little Gem has been well looked after,  and is complete with its original handle and tag.  Baby blue in colour.  You will be pleased to note the battery arrangements have been converted to 6 AA cells rather than the now expensive and hard to find PP7.    Good audio and sensitivity for a little wireless.     Would make a nice present.
Frequency Coverage  LW / MW
Antenna - internal ferrite rod with sockets 
Batteries  -  6 AA 1.5V cells
Dimensions 8" wide, 6" high, 3" deep
Price £40  UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £22  -  £35 GBP 
Sorry this one is now sold.

For interest and to give a better idea of the items we often have for sale, here is a selection of our recently sold radios.   If there is something below that you particularly like do get in touch as many things we have in stock never get as far as this website.   

1934 Ekco AC85 
One of the first in a great line of superb Bakelite case designs this early superhet was quite a success when it went into production in late 1934.   This was a good find.  Like most early Ekcos  (the round ones included) the AC85 is not the most sensitive design,  although now that we've given the RF and IF stages the once over it's working very well.  This model has lots of clever electronics,  one might say over complicated but the results are pleasing enough.  You have a control on the front panel which alters the gain so that if you wish you can reject weaker stations and annoying noises on MW and LW.  In practice I tend to keep the gain up,  unless of course you just want to hear the strong BBC stations on AM.  Tone control is by a plug and wire with three positions on the back of the set  -  this primitive method was replaced in the later AC86 with a proper switched front panel control.   The Bakelite case is perfect,  very glossy with no damage or scratches.   It all looks rather lovely really.  Complete with the proper mains connector,  it's original mains energised speaker a perfect back panel and a highly polished walnut Bakelite case. It's a classic.
Frequency Coverage  LW, MW
Antenna -  reasonable wire antenna needed for best results  (wire supplied)
Dimensions 20" wide, 13" high, 9" deep
Price £400   including UK PTR personal delivery  (mainland only) 
£25 fuel surcharge for Scotland and Cornwall   -   and you get a visit from me!
Discount of course if you can collect the radio. 
Sold in a matter of minutes.   So much for our new updates!

1970  Hacker Sovereign 2 RP25A  (transistor)
Regarded as even better in many respects than the RP18 Sovereign this mark two version uses more silicon transistors and has an improved VHF stage.  Not that there was much wrong with the old version!   Styling is much the same apart from the colourful dial made way for a clearer printed scheme with larger control buttons.  Again in tip top condition,  finished in dark charcoal grey.  Very sensitive,  built like the proverbial tank!   One of the best.
Frequency Coverage  LW/ MW/VHF FM
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  / telescopic with sockets
Batteries  -  2 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 12" wide, 9" high, 5" deep
Price £120   UK Delivery £11   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP
This one also sold within 24 hours of going online.   

1973  Roberts R707  (transistor) 
First released in 1969 the R707 was aimed right at the top end of the market.  A direct competitor to Hacker Radio  -  this was pointed straight at the Sovereign customers.   A engineers nightmare,  replacing the ever faulty IF module is a long winded painful job.   This one has been fully overhauled,  all transistors replaced with something reliable.     It's all band,  and being the later version from the mid 70's it has an extra socket on the side so operation from a 12V linear power  supply is possible.    We can supply such a unit for an additional £10.     This model is the only one to use a pair of the large 996 6V lantern batteries,  which are commonly available.   Audio quality is superb  -  in this respect the 707 is by far the best radio they ever produced.   This example has been very well looked after and is in excellent,  un-marked condition.   Just in case you are wondering about getting your 707 overhauled  (does it hiss but no radio signals  -  that's the IF module)  it would normally cost about £85  -  £95  for a full overhaul plus delivery.   Well worth doing if you like a good radio!
Frequency Coverage LW, MW, SW  and VHF FM 
Antenna - internal ferrite etc with sockets.
Dimensions 13" wide 7" high, 4" deep
Batteries 2 6V lantern types.
Price £125 UK Delivery £10  Most of EU £25 GBP
12V linear regulated power supply to suit this radio is £10 if ordered with the R707
Sorry afraid this one is sold.

1972/3 Hacker Sovereign III  RP72MB   (transistor)
In my mind, of the Standard Sovereigns the III is the best.  Built like a tank,  it is even more solid than the Sovereign II or indeed it's later successor the IV.  Nothing much to say really,  the audio is superb,  sensitivity is superb on all bands.   MB stands for mains battery which is the version that has an internal mains power supply unit.  Supplied with a new lead.  Cabinet and dial wise all is good,  the printing is intact with no wear marks around the control knobs  (which is a common problem on the III).  The only things I can find to report are a couple of pit marks in the aluminium top panel.  How they came about is a mystery  -  have a good look at the picture of the top.  Nothing serious.   Recommended to all with ears!
Frequency Coverage  LW/MW/VHF FM to 104 Mhz
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  / telescopic with sockets
Batteries  -  8 D cells or use built in mains power supply. 
Dimensions 12.5" wide, 8" high, 5" deep
Price £145  UK Delivery £13   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP 
Sold it,  sorry about that!   More on their way…

1959/60 Bush TR82C/B/D   (Transistor)
We have several  in stock,  the one pictured here is a TR82C.  As they make such good Christmas presents they will be prepared to order.   Let us know if you are after one and I will pick the best one out for you.    The real thing,  not a repro!
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod with sockets.
Batteries  -  1 of PP9  9V
Frequency coverage   -  LW / MW
Dimensions 13" wide, 9" high, 3" deep
Price £65  -  £95 depending on model  (£95 is the VHF VTR103 version)     
UK Delivery £12   Most of EU £22  -  £35  GBP    All gone for now.   

1955 Roberts R66  (valve mains portable)
Speaking of earlier valved Roberts portables,  here is one such thing.  A red one too at that which tends to make a difference to some.   Again in excellent overhauled order complete with a new set of valves.  Unlike many valve portables of that time this one also has an internal mains power supply so there is no need to mess about with 90V batteries.   Excellent audio and sensitivity,   the antenna is very directional on this model which means you will need to swivel the case about on its turntable to get best reception.    One final thing since taking the photos I have removed the little marks on the front grille.
Frequency Coverage :- MW / LW 
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod with socket
Batteries  -  use internal mains supply or 90V HT 1.5V LT
Dimensions 9" wide, 7" high, 5" deep
Price £95  UK Delivery £10   Most of EU £25 GBP  Sorry this is sold.

1969 Hacker Sovereign 2 RP25  (transistor)
Regarded as even better in many respects than the RP18 Sovereign this mark two version uses more silicon transistors and has an improved VHF stage.  Not that there was much wrong with the old version!   Styling is much the same apart from the colourful dial made way for a clearer printed scheme with larger control buttons.  Again in tip top condition,  finished in RAF blue.  Very sensitive,  built like the proverbial tank!   One of the best.
Frequency Coverage  LW/ MW/VHF FM
Antenna - Internal ferrite rod  / telescopic with sockets
Batteries  -  2 of PP9  9V
Dimensions 12" wide, 9" high, 5" deep
Price £105   UK Delivery £10   Most of EU £25 GBP  Sold.   

1937 Pilot U355 (Valve)
Pilot made some nice looking wireless sets fitted in heavy good quality wooden cabinets. This is one of them  -   the U suffix does not mean Universal,  it does have a proper AC mains transformer just in case you are not familiar with Pilot thinking.   Yes they as far as I know were the only company to do that.    The clock face dial is particularly ornate and has each relevant section illuminated depending on what band is selected.  Good sensitivity  and plenty of proper valve audio on tap.   Have a look at the pictures for more.
Frequency Coverage  MW, LW and SW 
Antenna -  wire needed   (supplied)
Dimensions 21" wide, 12" high, 9" deep
Price £250 UK Delivery £13   Most of EU £38 GBP
Sorry this is sold.

1945/6 Philips 371A  (Valve)   
We have been busy again in the new workshop polishing Bakelite.  It's beautiful.  The 371A case was based on a pre-war Philips design,  with the chassis slightly modernised with octal EF39, ECH33 etc type valves.  Performance is good on all bands  with just a short antenna.  There is a switched tone selector,  one position for speech and the other more rounded position for music.  The circular tuning dial is back lit and is fully illuminated when the radio is switched on.  A proper vintage radio which is not too big,  looks superb and just the thing to put in your home and enjoy. 

Frequency Coverage  LW/MW/SW
Antenna - simple external wire needed.
Dimensions 15" wide, 9" high, 7" deep
Price £195   UK Delivery £14   Most of EU £25  -  £35  GBP   Sorry this is sold

C1961 Hacker Mayflower 1  RV14   (valve)
King of Hacker valve models, this is the best one by far of all the Mayflowers.   It is also the hardest one to find!  The RV14 with later push pull output stage and a VHF FM tuner that goes right up to 108 MHz.  VHF only,  no nonsense and fantastic performance.   The cabinet is all original and in excellent condition.    Very high specification receiver,  you will be pleased... 
Frequency Coverage VHF FM only to 108 Mhz 
Antenna - dipole with sockets for all kinds of things! 
Dimensions 18" wide, 11" high, 7" deep
Price £325   UK Delivery £14 Most of EU £28  -  £38  GBP   Sorry this went in a matter of an hour or two.     

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