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BINCHE

Technique with Patterns

  • Syllabus Binche I by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1989
  • Syllabus Binche II by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1989
  • Syllabus Binche III by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1991
  • The Technique of Mentebolle Lace by Vera Cockuyt, 2000
  • Binche, an introduction by Vera Cockuyt, 1987
  • Suggestions How to Improve Binche by Vera Cockuyt, 1997
  • Binche Lace by Michael Giusiana, 1989, ISBN 0-85219-710-8
  • Binche, Deel 1 by Bep Vianen and Riet de Vries, 1999
  • Binche, Deel 2 by Bep Vianen and Riet de Vries, 2002
  • Binche   by Annick Staes, self published.  It is graded patterns for beginners, starting with grounds, with a few edgings at the end.

  • "Brugse Binche, Ouderwets & Mentebollen", -- {Ouderwets (old-fashioned lace) & Mentebollen (roughly translated to 'mint ball')|  is by Lieve Pollet, and was published by the Kantcentrum.  Unfortunately, there is no publication date (my guess is 2015), nor is there an ISBN.  It is a folio of 12 Binche designs that include diagrams and prickings as well as clearly described notes on special stitches or techniques encountered in the designs.  Each design is printed separately as many of the other Kantcentrum publications have been.  It would be a good resource for someone new to Binche.This folio explores the "old-fashioned" laces of Bruges, with a very solid coverage of reading and following color code and diagrams.  It is written in Dutch/Flemish, with translations in French, English, and German. (review by Clay Blackwell.)

  • a new video/DVD from Hensel Productions - Binche Lace with Sally Schoenberg        http://www.henselproductions.com/binche.html ;

Predominantly Patterns

  • Schneeverweht und Durchgedreht by Ulrike Lohr, 1998
  • Binche I, Around the Corner: Handkershiefs by Michael Giusiana, 2002, ISBN 3-923219-16-4
  • Binche II, The Old Becomes New by Michael Giusiana, 2003, ISBN 3-923219-17-2
  • Binche III by Michael Giusiana, 2007, ISBN 3-935030-16-9

Pattern Folios - Binche

  • Windows by Kumiko Nakazaki, ISBN 978-4-9903503-3-8
  • Collection I by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Memoire III by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Dogwood Symphony by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Eagles of Freedom by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Pride of Africa by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Tribute to the First People, Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Horoscoop by Masterclassbinche - Kantcentrum Brugge, O.L.V. AnneMarie Verbeke
  • Hoop, Kantcentrum v.z.w., ed.
  • A Snowy Spring Day in My Garden by Beryl Maw,
  • "Naar de bron, A Technical approach to early Binche lace", is by Nora Andries, and is copyright 2015.  The closest to an ISBIN that I see is D/2015/10.245/1.  It was published by Fonds Carolus Borromeus in Antwerp.  As with Andres' other books, this is scholarly and well researched and documented, with profuse B&W photos, diagrams, prickings, and technical information about various construction methods.  It is a hard-back book with 184 pages.  The translation is the same A-4 size, but is paperback.  The translations are presented in three discrete sections.  The book contains many reconstructions with B&W diagrams and prickings.  The pictures are clear enough for an advanced lacemaker to know how the work is done, and Andres has organized the book in chronological order from the oldest laces to the more modern.  Andres presents the features, origins, and different types of early Binche lace.  "Many interesting techniques from the 17th and 18th centuries got lost,or have been modified or simplified in the course of time.  In the chapter Technique, these techniques are brought together and show the development towards more modern methods." This provides an exhaustive coverage of old Binche techniques.   This book would not be accessible to a beginner!  (Review by Clay Blackwell.) It is accessible to most Lacemakers!  

     

Pattern Folios - Binche and other laces

  • Special Kant Lund, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Special Kant Anthene, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Special Kant Prague, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Mille Fleurs by Kumiko Nakazaki, ISBN 978-4-990350352
  • Memoire I by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Memoire II by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Poesie I by Kumiko Nakazaki, 2003
  • Bobijntje! 3 by Funie Kanai, 2005, ISBN 4-902348-02-0
  • Bobijntje! 4 by Fumie Kanai, 2007, ISBN 978-4-902348-03-3

Old Binche and Reconstruction

  • Binche-Spitzen by Erdmute Wesenberg, 2000, ISBN 3-934210-25-2
  • Rekonstruktion alter Spitzen ein Werkstattbericht by Heike Beckers-Martl, Maria Kilian, and Claudia Schuster, 2006
  • Caroluskantjes by Nora Andries
  • Onder de loep by Nora Andries, 2004

 

VALENCIENNES 

I have only made a few samples of Valenciennes, but am not an expert.  I can describe the books I've seen.  I think Annick Staes and Houpeurt-Mollaret are the best to learn from.

  • Annick Staes VALENCIENNES. Available from her website.  Printed in black and white only, 4 languages.  Diagrams show single threads, so they show where to put twists.  She has a very good explanation of how to tension the ground without pins.  When I followed her instructions, I was able to make tolerable ground immediately. The simple patterns are traditional, but attractive.
  • Annick Staes also has a portfolio of patterns only, without explanation, intermediate level. 
  • Sophie Houpeurt-Mollaret DENTELLE DE VALENCIENNES, LES BASES. Editions Didier Carpentier, 2010, Paris.  26 lessons, approximately a dozen simple patterns, clear diagrams, French text.  The simple patterns seem to be standard traditional type patterns. 
  • N. Andries and CG. Vroom 25 VALENCIENNESKANTJES, 2011. Same format as Karoluskantjes--loose sheets.  Some very elementary patterns that beginners can use, although there are no instructions or explanations.  But all patterns are fully diagrammed.  Diagrams of very old precursor grounds, as well as 18th and 19th century grounds.  Patterns are from 19th and 20th century examples, many have corners.
  • Margaret Power designed several Valenciennes patterns in the mid 1980s and they were available from Holly Van Sciver at that time.  They are well diagrammed and very attractive. 
  • Yvonne Krijgsman & Margreeth Dirksen VALENCIENNES VARIATIES, 20 PATRONEN, 1987 Ante, Rotterdam.  Some of the patterns are quite untypical of traditional Val.  They include a few part lace designs using Val stitches, but these are very modern in flavor. 
  • Vera Cockuyt THE TECHNIQUE OF VALENCIENNES, 1985.  The instructional diagrams are clear, but since it is black and white, without photos, it is sometimes hard to figure out where twists should be inserted.  If color had been used in printing it would be more useful.  English. 
  • Vera Cockuyt has a separate booklet of Val patterns only, without explanation, just diagrams.
  • Centre d'Enseignement de la Dentelle au Fuseau, CATALOGUE G, VALENCIENNES I.  Printed some time prior to the mid 1980s (no copyright date given).  A folio of traditional patterns and actual size photos.  No diagrams, photos too small to discern thread paths.  18 prickings.
  • Bernadette Carrez-Delord and Anne Banino DENTELLES DE VALENCIENNES.

FLANDERS

For Learning:

  • FLANDERS LACE A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE, by Mary Niven, Dryad Press, London, 1988.  English. All her patterns are original, but the basic ones don't always contain the same techniques as a more traditional approach would.  But the patterns are graceful, the diagrams are clear and use the international color code.  If you go through the book systematically you will master all the techniques.  I am using this book.
  • Mary Niven is now Mary Woodthorpe. Her book, above, is now available as a download from etsy. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/191612809/flanders-lace-a-step-by-step-guide-by?ref=shop_home_active_4  Cost is 13.17 pounds or 16.51 euros.
  • VLAANDERSE KANT by J.E.H. Rombach-de Kievid, Terra Zutphen, 1988. In Flemish. Diagrams are black and white, but show each thread (you can see where to put the twists).  She uses the open method (half stitch is twist cross), but this doesn't really matter.  Her progression of patterns is sensible and thorough.  I think there is an English translation, but I haven't seen it.  I am using this book.
  • THE TECHNIQUE OF FLANDERS by Vera Cockuyt, 1983  Self published.  English.  Uses the traditional series of patterns. Explanation is good, but diagrams are black and white and each line is a pair.  It is hard to figure out where to put twists.  Have an expert lacemaker go through the book and color in the reds and greens on the diagrams.
  •  FLANDRISCHE SPITZE/FLANDERS LACE by Barbara Corbet,  There is a house on the front, and that is the learning piece.  It starts simply, and progresses.  At the end you're doing Binche snowballs and springslag.  The very front has all the instructions, with closeup pictures, a colored diagram  and the more traditional black and white thread by thread diagram when needed.  German and English.  There is a frameable sampler, with excellent colored diagrams for each step, as well as a picture of the finished project.  It takes the student into an intermediate level.   This book is especially good for the American market, where teachers are thin on the ground, and a weekend course barely gets you started.   This is something you can do step by little step on your own.  It's not for a novice lacemaker, but for anyone else, it takes you well into intermediate status, AND the patterns provided are refreshing and pretty, a far cry from the traditional beginners' pieces.   The learning pieces are 9 little squares.
  • Sally Schoenberg AN INTRODUCTION TO FLANDERS LACE

Patterns:

  • FLANDERS LACE 31 PRICKING & GRAPHS, by Vera Cockuyt, 1985, self published.  Some simple, some intermediate.  Quite a few nice designs.
  • SYLLABUS VLAANDERSE KANT by Sonia Vanoosterwijck, Kantcentrum, Bruges. no date. 4 languages.  9  Intermediate level patterns, graceful.
  • TIERISCH FLANDRISCH by Inge Theuerkauf, Melle 2001.  English & German. Hippopotamus, reindeer, ladybug, cats, flowers, ivy and more.  Good diagrams. 2 pages of variations on the 5 hole ground.
  • FLANDERS LACE A TO Z, VOL 1, by Kumiko Nakazaki, Bruges, no date. 12 patterns, very graceful and beautiful.  About 1/3 are intermediate level, others more difficult.
  • ALTE FLANDRISCHE SPITZEN by Erdmute Wesenberg, Deutscher Kloeppelverband, 1998.  Reconstructions of antique laces.  All advanced, but beautiful, a real challenge.
  • FLANDERS BINCHE LACE by Annick Staes. Self-published. 5 patterns, 1 Binche, 4 Flanders. From antique laces, all have corners.
  • PATRONENMAP VLAANDERSE KANTEN 1 by Walter De Keersmaccker  From the cover, this looks like an intermediate level book of modern patterns.)
  •  Ulrike Voelcker. Blumige Reste aus Flandern das Beste
    Her booklet takes a present-day approach to old Flanders prickings with a bonus for "lacemakers who like to work laces with continuous threads and hesitate to throw away the leftover thread on the (many) bobbins for another project..."   alas discontinued, but worth looking for a secondhand copy

PARIS LACE

Technique

  • L. Ceulemans & N. Andries, Parijse Kant Patronen en Technische Tekeningen,  Vol 1,1986, 11 patterns, beginners, progressive. Good for learning.  Vol 2, 1986, 12 patterns, mostly intermediate.  Vol 3, 12 patterns.  All have large diagrams.
  • Jan Geelen Parijse Kant, Terra Zutphen, 1991.  20 patterns. with diagrams of techniques.  Progressive.
  • Irma Neyrinck-Van Herck Parijse Kant, 20 Werkmappen, Deel I.  Some slight differences in working method compared to Ceulemans & Andries.
  • Martine Piveteau Le Point de Paris, 2008, L'inedite & Edizioni Dessein..  16 patterns in order of difficulty, good diagrams.

Pattern Books & Pattern Folios

Irma Neyrinck-Van Herck PARIJSE KANT, Kant te Turnhout, Kanten uit Grootmoeders Tijd.  One pattern for large oval edging, printed on sturdy card stock, detailed diagram.

Kumiko Nakazaki PARIS LACE. 2013, publ by Kantcentrum.  10 patterns. 4 round edgings, 1 hexagonal. 4 medallions. 1 insertion. 5 look like typical revival era laces. Some are clearly her own. Intermediate to advanced.

Andries,N.; Kok, H. de; Huygens,L.; Landuyt,G.; Sorber,F.: Vroom,L.: PARIS LACE, Van speldengrond tot Turnhoutse kant (2009), 208 pages: history, technique, lots of patterns and decorative fillings with detailed diagrams in black & white.

MECHLIN

Rite Thienpondt SYLLABUS MECHELSE KANT I, published by Kantcentrum 1992. In 4 languages. All technique in one section. Many are her own designs in the style of the revival era.

Thienpondt, Rita, MECHLIN LACE: Mechelse kant, meer dan alleen ijsgrond, 1998. Patterns in order of difficulty; good diagrams.  Maria Greil says, " In 1998 the first three patterns are leaf shaped and devoted to different decorative fillings; patterns 4 to 6 are drop shaped and dedicated to simple flowers on a simple ground (not the Mechlin ground ctctctctt); with pattern 7 basic coloured technique instructions are given and patterns 7 to 10 are adaptations of ancient laces with newly designed corners. Number 10 for experienced lacemakers. A b/w sheet is added with 'conventions' on symbols, thickness of threads, pins, etc. In 2012 I paid 39,66€ for this book at the Kantcentrum shop."

Rita Thienpondt DE SIERLIJKHEID VAN DE MECHELSE KANT 2002. In 4 languages. No text, but good large diagrams. 10 patterns. 2 are traditional looking edgings, and she designed corners for them. The others are small medallions. 2 of the medallions are not too difficult and look workable after a basic course. 4 of the medallions have various Binche snowflake and snowball grounds (in keeping with old Mechlin, which also used them). On 6 of the designs she specifies that they are adapted from old laces.

Ulrike Voelcker EISBLUMEN, 2007. In German and English. The first 27 pages are explanations of how to solve typical problems which occur in this kind of lace. All diagrams are black & white, and each pattern has a detailed diagram. 23 patterns, all with Mechlin ground. The first 10 are oval medallions,  11 and 12 are simple edgings. (Possibly one could put the medallion into one of the edgings.) 13 is a simple floral edging. 14-21 are wide edgings which appear to closely follow 19th century models. 22 and 23 are medallions.

Malisse, Magda: MECHLIN LACE, lace lappets from the 18th century. 57 pages. This is Magda's final work of her four year training (2000-2003) as a Brugge lace teacher. A great paper. Selfpublished.

MIXED OLD LACES

eike Becker-Hartl, Maria Kilian and Claudia Schuster.  VERBORGENE sPITZEN AUS DEM MUSEUM KUNSTPALAST , published 2014. 84 pages. History of the lace collection of the Düsseldorfer Kunstgewerbeverein and rekonstruktions of 17 laces with patterns. Text in German and English. (I haven't seen this, I just came across a reference to it.)

Comment

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Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on February 20, 2016 at 5:33pm

Clay Blackwell recently mentioned 2 new Binche books on arachne. And I have added her reviews to this booklist. They sound exciting. Naar de Bron and  Brugse Binche.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on December 29, 2014 at 3:01pm

Has anyone seen Sally Schoenberg's book on Flanders? Details on contents?

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on September 5, 2014 at 1:25pm

mary niven's book on flanders is now available as a downloadable book. I have the hardbound version and it is quite good. It contains her versions of the standard patterns, and many of her own design. Good clear color coded diagrams.   https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/191612809/flanders-lace-a-step-by-s...;

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on August 18, 2014 at 2:22pm

Has anyone seen this book:  Bernadette Carrez-Delord and Anne Banino DENTELLES DE VALENCIENNES.

Publication date? # pages?   # patterns?    instruction and explanation or just patterns?  How detailed are the photos?    good diagrams?

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on August 9, 2014 at 3:52pm

There is a new book on Valenciennes by Bernadette Carrez-Delord. Has anyone seen it? What is it like? Patterns? Diagrams? Explanations?

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on June 17, 2014 at 7:23pm

Maria

Thanks. That helps.

Lorelei

Comment by maria greil on June 17, 2014 at 1:49am

Rita Thienpondt's 1998 and 2002 Mechlin lace books are structured the same; so please have a look at 2002's comment. In 1998 the first three patterns are leaf shaped and devoted to different decorative fillings; patterns 4 to 6 are drop shaped and dedicated to simple flowers on a simple ground (not the Mechlin ground ctctctctt); with pattern 7 basic coloured technique instructions are given and patterns 7 to 10 are adaptations of ancient laces with newly designed corners. Number 10 for experienced lacemakers. A b/w sheet is added with 'conventions' on symbols, thickness of threads, pins, etc. In 2012 I paid 39,66€ for this book at the Kantcentrum shop.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on June 11, 2014 at 9:44pm

Maria

Thanks for the additions to the book list. I have added them above. Can you tell me more about how the Mechlin 1998 by Thienpondt compares to her 1992 book?  Also what is the date of the Malisse?

Comment by maria greil on June 11, 2014 at 3:01pm

This is my first comment in this group and I would like to add three publications to the large booklist provided by Lorelei. I have all of them and the only thing I can say about them: fabulous !!

Paris Lace: Andries,N.; Kok, H. de; Huygens,L.; Landuyt,G.; Sorber,F.: Vroom,L.: Van speldengrond tot Turnhoutse kant (2009), 208 pages: history, technique, lots of patterns and decorative fillings with detailed diagrams in black & white.

Mechlin Lace: Thienpondt, Rita: Mechelse kant, meer dan alleen ijsgrond, 1998. Patterns in order of difficulty; good diagrams.

Malisse, Magda: Mechlin Lace, lace lappets from the 18th century. 57 pages. This is Magda's final work of her four year training (2000-2003) as a Brugge lace teacher. A great paper. Selfpublished.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on March 30, 2014 at 3:46pm

I just received 3 books from Holly, Thiendpondt and Voelcker on Mechlin, and Nakazaki on Paris. I've added them to our booklist, with description of contents.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on September 17, 2012 at 6:34pm

Has anyone seen the Walter De Keersmaccker book on Flanders?  I saw the cover on picasa but don't know what the inside is like.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on May 10, 2012 at 2:34pm

Lyn Bailey sent this book review:

" Barbar
Corbet, Flandrische Spitze/Flanders Lace.  At IOLI last year, Holly held it up
and told me to buy it.  Literally.  So I did, and began the house in
September.   There is a house on the front, and that is the learning piece.
It starts simply, and progresses.  At the end you're doing Binche snowballs
and springslag.  The very front has all the instructions, with closeup
pictures, a colored diagram  and the more traditional black and white thread
by thread diagram when needed.  German and English.  Then there is the
sampler, with excellent colored diagrams for each step, as well as a picture
of the finished project.  I like that sampler much better than little pieces.
You get to have something you could actually frame when you are done, which is
nice.  You get a chance to use different grounds, all well explained in the
front and in the diagram.  Plus, since the thing is on your pillow, you are
much more likely to finish the project and learn more than you would with a
series of strips of grounds and figures, or a hankie filled with slugs, which
does not progress you very far after the first few motifs.  When I was done, I
considered myself an intermediate Flanders lacemaker.  There is also a set of
coasters, in a similar progression, a wedding hankie, and several other
things.  I did the hankie with little peas, but in a meander down the side of
the hankie, much prettier than having them all in a row.  Once you're done the
house, I don't think there will be many problems at all with the other
projects.    I started adult life as a 7th grade English teacher, and I know
good teaching when I see it.  This book is especially good for the American
market, where teachers are thin on the ground, and a weekend course barely
gets you started.   This is something you can do step by little step on your
own.  Some bits weren't easy, and took some contemplation to figure it out,
like what I call false horizontal ring pairs, but the information is all
there.  The only criticism I have of the book is that I think there needs to
be a set of written rules for Flanders, like virtually always 2 pair between
pins, count your pairs carefully, you'll find mistakes sooner.  Lift the left
over gimp, that sort of thing.  Flanders is such a regulated lace, so
sensible, when you need a pin, you find the hole for it right there to pull
against. Except for decreases.  Learning rules is ultimately a good thing for
lace, and I think a page of such rules would go a long way to help lacemakers
who carry on without teachers.  But I donâ?Tt know of any books offhand that
have such a thing."

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on February 22, 2012 at 9:00pm

Amber: I don't know who has one currently, but I found a source for used books.  This one often has our-of-print unusual embroidery books.  You have to check periodically for their current list.  Sometimes you get lucky.

http://www.themadsamplar.com/category.php 

Holly Van Sciver has volume III, but not vol I

Comment by Amber Lackey on February 22, 2012 at 7:46pm

Does anyone know where you can find a Syllabus Binch 1 by any chance? I haven't even seen one.

Comment by Clare Settle on February 19, 2012 at 10:09pm

An addition to Old Binche and Reconstruction:

  • Onder de loep by Nora Andries, 2004

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on February 19, 2012 at 2:54pm

I would add one that I have:

Binche   by Annick Staes, self published.  It is graded patterns for beginners, starting with grounds, with a few edgings at the end.

Comment by Lorelei Halley Administrator on February 19, 2012 at 2:50pm

Clare:  Your list is BEAUTIFUL!!!   Thank you.

Comment by Clare Settle on February 19, 2012 at 2:25pm

Binche books and folios in my library

Technique with Patterns

  • Syllabus Binche I by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1989
  • Syllabus Binche II by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1989
  • Syllabus Binche III by Anne-Marie Verbeke-Billiet, 1991
  • The Technique of Mentebolle Lace by Vera Cockuyt, 2000
  • Binche, an introduction by Vera Cockuyt, 1987
  • Suggestions How to Improve Binche by Vera Cockuyt, 1997
  • Binche Lace by Michael Giusiana, 1989, ISBN 0-85219-710-8
  • Binche, Deel 1 by Bep Vianen and Riet de Vries, 1999
  • Binche, Deel 2 by Bep Vianen and Riet de Vries, 2002

Predominantly Patterns

  • Schneeverweht und Durchgedreht by Ulrike Lohr, 1998
  • Binche I, Around the Corner: Handkershiefs by Michael Giusiana, 2002, ISBN 3-923219-16-4
  • Binche II, The Old Becomes New by Michael Giusiana, 2003, ISBN 3-923219-17-2
  • Binche III by Michael Giusiana, 2007, ISBN 3-935030-16-9

Pattern Folios - Binche

  • Windows by Kumiko Nakazaki, ISBN 978-4-9903503-3-8
  • Collection I by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Memoire III by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Dogwood Symphony by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Eagles of Freedom by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Pride of Africa by Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Tribute to the First People, Anny Noben-Slegers
  • Horoscoop by Masterclassbinche - Kantcentrum Brugge, O.L.V. AnneMarie Verbeke
  • Hoop, Kantcentrum v.z.w., ed.
  • A Snowy Spring Day in My Garden by Beryl Maw,

Pattern Folios - Binche and other laces

  • Special Kant Lund, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Special Kant Anthene, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Special Kant Prague, Noel Dumon, ed.
  • Mille Fleurs by Kumiko Nakazaki, ISBN 978-4-990350352
  • Memoire I by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Memoire II by Kumiko Nakazaki
  • Poesie I by Kumiko Nakazaki, 2003
  • Bobijntje! 3 by Funie Kanai, 2005, ISBN 4-902348-02-0
  • Bobijntje! 4 by Fumie Kanai, 2007, ISBN 978-4-902348-03-3

Old Binche and Reconstruction

  • Binche-Spitzen by Erdmute Wesenberg, 2000, ISBN 3-934210-25-2
  • Rekonstruktion alter Spitzen ein Werkstattbericht by Heike Beckers-Martl, Maria Kilian, and Claudia Schuster, 2006

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