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The American Arms Collector (Complete run of 8 magazine issues, one signed by the editors)
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The American Arms Collector (Complete run of 8 magazine issues, one signed by the editors)

by Benet, Jr., Hugh and William E. Codd, James L. Sangston, Norman W. Och, Ray Riling, Peter Copeland, Richard Randall, Jr., Robert Wheeler (editors, contributors)

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Towson, MD: The Collectors' Press, 1958. Complete run of 8 issues of the short-lived firearms enthusiast magazine, published in Maryland. Volume 1 Number 1 SIGNED on the Contents page by editors Benet and Codd in 1991. The magazine saw little light, had limited distribution, and only ran for a year and a half, but its content was amongst the most in-depth in its field, with interesting illustrations and close-up photography of firearms of all kinds. Book reviews, ads, and historical accounts all made for an excellent, albeit brief, encounter with rifles, pistols, Colts, swords, and war paraphernalia. Issues included: Volume 1, Number 1, January 1957; Volume 1, Number 2, April 1957; Volume 1, Number 3, July 1957; Volume 1, Number 4, October 1957; Volume 2, Number 1, January 1958; Volume 2, Number 2, April 1958; Volume 2, Number 3, July 1958; Volume 2, Number 4, October 1958. All issues 8.5 x 11 inches, saddle-stapled, printed color wrappers. Light rubbing and foxing overall, else Near… Read More
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The American Language, Supplements One and Two (Hardcover, two volumes)
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The American Language, Supplements One and Two (Hardcover, two volumes)

by H.L. Mencken

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. First printing of this edition. Both volumes Near Fine in Very Good plus dust jackets. Toning to the spine and rear panel, and brief chipping to the jacket spine (Supplement One); jacket with cello-tape to the panels, flaps, and board edges, else Near Fine (Supplement Two).
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Archive of 99 original photographs of a mine sealing project at Kempton Mine, 1938-1940
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Archive of 99 original photographs of a mine sealing project at Kempton Mine, 1938-1940

by [Appalachia]

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N.p.: N.p., 1940. Archive of 99 vintage photographs, housed in a generic photograph album, detailing a mine sealing project in and around Kempton Mine, Kempton, Maryland, 1938-1940. Likely taken by or at the behest of the Kempton Mine Company to document the work done, all of the photographs, less two, have captions adhered to the album's leaves below the photographs, detailing the work done, location, and date, with seventeen featuring mine workers at various stages of work. All of the photographs in the archive are adhered to the rectos and versos of 51 black leaves of the photograph album, with three pages blank. Detailed inventory available upon request. Preceding the photographs, adhered to the verso of the front wrapper, is a "Map Showing Location of Mine Sealing Work Situated in Garrett County, Maryland," with the locations of the mines found in the archive noted on the map. The first photograph in the archive is an introductory "View of Kempton and Mining Plant," noted as "Kempton Mine,… Read More
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Archive of six original photographs of student musical groups at Druid Junior High School
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Archive of six original photographs of student musical groups at Druid Junior High School

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Baltimore: N.p., 1951. Archive of six vintage black and white photographs of students at Druid Junior High School 137 in Baltimore, including five showing students gathered in the music classroom, and one showing what appears to be a Christmas nativity recital. Four photographs dated variously between 1949 and 1951 in manuscript ink annotation to the bottom margin, and two photographs undated, with no annotations. The photographs broadly document young African American students cheerfully posing with various instruments, and three show an older man who appears to be the class music teacher standing to the far left. Three photographs 10 x 8 inches, one photograph 10 x 7.5 inches, one photograph 10 x 7 inches, and one photograph 7 x 5 inches. Generally Very Good, with moderate creasing, edgewear, and fading throughout.
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The Best and Worst of Steadman: A Collection of Stories by the Sports Editor of The Baltimore...

The Best and Worst of Steadman: A Collection of Stories by the Sports Editor of The Baltimore News American (Signed First Edition)

by John F. Steadman

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Baltimore, MD: Press Box Publishers, 1974. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "Fond wishes / John Steadman." Collects stories and articles from his columns. Author of the well received football titles, "Baltimore Colts," and "Miracle Men of Football." Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. Spine ends lightly bumped. Light rubbing to the jacket, with a few short closed tears and creases at the extremities.
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Collection of six original photographs of Baltimore church gatherings, circa 1940s-1950s
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Collection of six original photographs of Baltimore church gatherings, circa 1940s-1950s

by [African American Interest] [Baltimore]

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N.p.: N.p., 1950. Collection of six vintage black and white photographs of church gatherings in Baltimore, including images of choirs, children's recital performances, luncheons, formal dinners, and Sunday school classes. One photograph with the blind stamp of photographer George W. Evans Jr. to the bottom right corner, one photograph with the blind stamp of photographer Paul Henderson, and one photograph with a manuscript ink annotation to the verso, noting the names "Hortense / Betty / Hester". Photographs are undated, but appear to have been taken variously throughout the 1940s and 1950s. The photographs primarily show groups of African Americans of varying age, posing in front of church entrances and seated at dining tables in formal attire. Three photographs also capture musical groups onstage, including one showing the boy's choir at Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church standing in the chancel, with an older man to the far right, likely the choirmaster. Born in Springfield, Tennessee,… Read More
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Collection of five original photographs of African American schoolchildren in Baltimore, 1945-1967
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Collection of five original photographs of African American schoolchildren in Baltimore, 1945-1967

by [Claiborne Studio] [Capitol Photo Service]

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Baltimore: N.p., 1967. Collection of five vintage black and white photographs of African American schoolchildren in Baltimore, including three matte-finish and two glossy, dated variously between 1945 and 1967. One photograph mounted on stiff cardboard, with faint manuscript pencil annotations to the top left corner, noting the names of students in the shot. Included in the collection is one photograph dated May 20, 1945, noted as the class portrait for St. Cyprian's First Communion Class, with the insignia of Capitol Photo Service to the bottom right corner. Also included are two class portraits credited to Claiborne photography studio, one dated 1949, the other dated 1967. The two remaining photographs in the set show children during class performances-one capturing a girls' dance recital, the other showing a group of children onstage, apparently during a birthday party scene, with many children in whimsical costumes. Photographs approximately 10 x 8 inches. Generally Very Good plus to Very… Read More
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The Cone Collection of Baltimore - Maryland: Catalogue of Paintings - Drawings - Sculpture of the...
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The Cone Collection of Baltimore - Maryland: Catalogue of Paintings - Drawings - Sculpture of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (First Edition)

by George Boas (foreword)

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Baltimore: Etta Cone, 1934. First Edition. First Edition. From the collection of noted Baltimore Museum of Art curator Brenda Richardson, with a typescript gift inscription card to Richardson laid in, "BRENDA, / I THOUGHT YOU SHOULD HAVE A PRISTINE COPY OF THIS. / HAPPY 20TH! / WENDY T." One of the most distinguished art curators and historians of the twentieth century, Brenda Richardson began her career at the University Art Museum in Berkeley (1964-1975), and went on to become the chief curator at the Baltimore Museum Art between 1975 and 1998. An unapologetic champion of contemporary art, she curated well over 70 major exhibitions for the BMA, the high spots being notable stagings for Frank Stella, Brice Marden, Barnett Newman, and Bruce Nauman. She also curated the 1985 exhibition of the Cone Collection, the BMA's prized centerpiece, which contains over 3000 works, including 600 pieces by Matisse, as well as work by Picasso, Cezanne, Gauguin, and others. She has authored and contributed to… Read More
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Fourteenth Annual Commencement of the Manchester (colored) High School (Original program for the...

Fourteenth Annual Commencement of the Manchester (colored) High School (Original program for the 1904 commencement ceremony)

by [Americana] [African American interest]

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Manchester, VA: Manchester High School, 1904. Vintage program for Manchester (colored) High School's commencement ceremony, held on June 14, 1904, at the First Baptist Church. One of the earliest schools for Black students in southern Virginia, Manchester High School was founded in 1888, with noted African American educator James H. Blackwell at its helm. The city of Manchester was later annexed by Richmond, and the school renamed the Maury School. Although Richmond law forbade Blackwell from being principal, he remained the de facto chief administrator of the Maury School until 1916, when a white principal was hired for the renamed Dunbar School. In 1952 the Richmond School Board renamed a combined elementary and junior high school the James H. Blackwell School in Blackwell's honor. The neighborhood around the school is now also known as Blackwell. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Bifold. Very Good, moderately edgeworn and creased.
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John Waters: Indecent Exposure (First Edition, inscribed)
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John Waters: Indecent Exposure (First Edition, inscribed)

by [John Waters] Kristen Hileman, Jonathan D. Katz, Robert Storr, Wofgang Tillmans (texts)

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Baltimore and Oakland: Baltimore Museum of Art / University of California Press, 2018. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by John Waters on the title page to noted curator, Brenda Richardson, to whom Waters dedicated the catalog, "To Brenda - / My life time / art mentor / love / John Waters." From Richardson's collection. Published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition which opened at The Baltimore Museum of Art on October 7, 2018 and closed at the Wexner Center for the Arts on April 28, 2019. One of the most distinguished art curators and historians of the twentieth century, Brenda Richardson began her career at the University Art Museum in Berkeley (1964-1975), and went on to become the chief curator at the Baltimore Museum Art between 1975 and 1998. An unapologetic champion of contemporary art, she curated well over 70 major exhibitions for the BMA, the high spots being notable stagings for Frank Stella, Brice Marden, Barnett Newman, and Bruce Nauman. She also curated the 1985… Read More
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Morgan State Bears vs. West Virginia Yellow Jackets (Original program for the 1953 football game)
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Morgan State Bears vs. West Virginia Yellow Jackets (Original program for the 1953 football game)

by [Americana] [Football]

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Baltimore: Morgan State University, 1953. Vintage program for a Morgan State vs. West Virginia football game, held at the Hughes Stadium in Baltimore on October 24, 1953. Program includes player and reserve lineups, photographs of each team and the respective coaches, and notes on the upcoming homecoming festivities. Near Fine in pictorial side-stapled wrappers.
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The Neon Woman (Original poster for the 1979 San Francisco production of the 1978 play)

The Neon Woman (Original poster for the 1979 San Francisco production of the 1978 play)

by Divine, William Edgar, Willaim Duff-Griffin, Hope Stansbury, Sally Train (starring); Tom Eyen (playwright); Ron Link (director)

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San Francisco: Alcazar Theatre, 1979. Vintage poster for the 1979 San Francisco production of the 1978 off-off-Broadway play. "The Neon Woman" premiered at Hurrah, a West Side discotheque, on April 16, 1978, and ran for 88 performances, closing on July 15, 1978, and was named Best Play of 1978 by Soho News. It was revived on the West Coast at the Alcazar Theater in San Francisco, and opened on January 24, 1979. Both productions featured Divine in the lead performance and were directed by longtime Tom Eyen collaborator Ron Link. Follow-up to Eyen's 1975 off-Broadway play "Women Behind Bars," which also starred Divine in the hit 1976 revival. A string of endless murders where no one remains dead occurs at the Neon Woman, a seedy Baltimore strip club which features "the world's first totally deaf and dumb stripper" who signs as she strips, run by "the last of the pink hot strippers," Flash Storm, played by Divine. 14.5 x 22 inches on card stock. Small diagonal crease to the bottom right corner, else… Read More
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Original program for a 1925 Baltimore City College vs. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute football game
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Original program for a 1925 Baltimore City College vs. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute football game

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Baltimore: N.p., 1925. Vintage program for a Baltimore City College vs. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (or what Baltimoreans would call a "City vs. Poly") football game, held at the Baltimore Stadium in 1925. Included with the program is a ticket for the 1943 City vs. Poly game, as well as a small illustrated postcard showing the Polytechnic Institute in north Baltimore. The rivalry between the Baltimore City College football team (City) and the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute football team (Poly) is one of the oldest in American high school football, predated only by the English-Latin rivalry in Boston. The City-Poly rivalry began in 1889, and continues to this day. Program: 8 x 11 inches. Very Good plus, with light wear on the edges. Ticket: 4.25 x 3.5 inches, mounted on a piece of paper measuring 4.5 x 3 inches. Very Good plus, lightly toned, with a small chip on the bottom left corner. Postcard: 5.5 x 3.5 inches. Near Fine.
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Original flyer for a benefit performance at Baltimore's Famous Ballroom on December 26, 1971

Original flyer for a benefit performance at Baltimore's Famous Ballroom on December 26, 1971

by Herbie Hancock Septet

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Baltimore: Ray Pino Presents / Famous Ballroom, 1971. Vintage flyer for a performance by the Herbie Hancock Septet, presented by Ray Pino, for a sickle cell anemia benefit at the Famous Ballroom in Baltimore on December 26, 1971. Ray Pino was a long time jazz promoter in New York and Baltimore, and was the director of the 1967-1968 Laurel Jazz Festival, as well as serving as the advisor to the Interracial Jazz Society and the Left Bank Jazz Society. Advertising executive and local promoter Louis Shecter opened Baltimore's Famous Ballroom in 1947. For over 40 years the venue hosted the likes of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, and John Coltrane, among many others. The club was one of the first spaces in Baltimore to attract an interracial audience. Beginning in 1967 the space became a long term residency for Baltimore's Left Bank Jazz Society, and on May 7, 1967, it hosted the final professional appearance by Coltrane, two months before he died of… Read More
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Original Webster Young poster for a performance at Maryland Art Place, 1987

Original Webster Young poster for a performance at Maryland Art Place, 1987

by Webster Young

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Baltimore: Maryland Center for Creative Music, 1987. Vintage four-color Webster Young poster for a "Visiting Jazz Artists '87" performance at Maryland Art Place (MAP), January 8, 1987, for the Baltimore Jazz Workshop and hosted by the Maryland Center for Creative Music. Jazz trumpeter and cornetist, Webster Young, is best remembered for his smooth, lyrical playing, and performed with the likes of John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Hampton Hawes, Jackie McLean, Lester Young, Bud Powell, and Ike and Tina Turner, among others. 11 x 17 inches. With a small, faint crease to the lower left corner, else Near Fine.
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Original photograph of the 1934 graduating class of Carver Vocational-Technical High School,...

Original photograph of the 1934 graduating class of Carver Vocational-Technical High School, Baltimore, Maryland

by Paul Henderson (photographer)

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Baltimore: N.p., 1934. Vintage black and white photograph of the 1934 graduating class of George Washington Carver Vocational-Technical High School in Baltimore, MD. With a credit for photographer Paul Henderson at the bottom center of the photograph. The school was the first African American vocational-technical public high school in the state of Maryland, established in 1925. Born in Springfield, Tennessee, photographer Paul Henderson moved to Maryland in 1929, where he became the Baltimore Afro-American newspaper's first photojournalist, capturing racial segregation and early civil rights protests, as well as documenting everyday African American life in the city. He also became known for his portraits of important Black political figures in Baltimore, including later Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, NAACP Baltimore Branch president Lillie Mae Carroll Jackson, Mayor Theodore McKeldin, and journalist Carl Murphy. Of particular note are Henderson's photographs of businesses and people… Read More
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Original photograph of a Sunday school class at Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church, circa 1940s

Original photograph of a Sunday school class at Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church, circa 1940s

by [African American Interest] [Baltimore] Paul Henderson (photographer)

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Baltimore: N.p., 1940. Vintage black and white photograph of a group of Sunday school students and teachers posing in front of Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church at 1210 West Lanvale Street in Baltimore. Blind stamp of photographer Paul Henderson to the bottom right corner. Circa 1940s. Built by free Black Baltimorean Truman Pratt and his congregation over the course of ten years, Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church (then known as Orchard Street Church) officially opened its doors on Orchard Street in 1837. Orchard Street Church was renamed Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church in 1870, with a rapidly growing congregation of nearly 700 members, including two Sunday schools with 45 teachers and nearly 300 students. The church began to play a central role in the African American community of Baltimore, organizing and participating in conferences on politics, education, and civics, and even hosting the Washington Methodist Episcopal Conference in 1876. In 1927, the congregation decided to… Read More
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Original flyer for a concert at the James Brown Motor Inn, Baltimore, 1970

Original flyer for a concert at the James Brown Motor Inn, Baltimore, 1970

by [African American]

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N.p.: N.p., 1970. Vintage flyer for a concert held at the James Brown Motor Inn in Baltimore, 1970. Billed as "A World Series Special Show," the concert would have been held on either Saturday, October 10, in conjunction with Game One of the 1970 World Series (which itself took place at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati), or Saturday, October 17, to celebrate the Orioles winning the World Series in Baltimore the preceding Thursday. It's unclear when Brown, whose second wife was from Baltimore, purchased the motor inn, located at the intersection of Franklin and Paca Streets, but a 2006 "Baltimore Sun" article notes that it was closed in 1971 after "developing a reputation for rowdiness." Brown himself is not billed on flyer, which notes performances by the Johnny "Hammond" Smith Trio, comedian Clay Tyson, and appearances by "TV Star" John T. McPhee and "Tap Dancing Wizard" Vertis Johnson. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Lightly soiled, with a small chip to the upper left corner, Very Good Plus.
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Original photograph of The Greene Sisters and Reverend S.A. Henry, circa 1970s

Original photograph of The Greene Sisters and Reverend S.A. Henry, circa 1970s

by [Gospel Music] [The Greene Sisters]

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N.p.: N.p., 1970. Vintage matte-finish color photograph of gospel musician and pastor Reverend S.A. Henry receiving an award from Baltimore singing group The Greene Sisters. A singular moment in east coast gospel and R&B history of the 1970s. Reverend S.A. Henry was affiliated with long-standing gospel group The Baltimore Echoes, releasing a single, "Touch Jesus / Nobody Knows," with the group in 1975. The Greene Sisters were a gospel singing trio, initially formed in Baltimore in 1960 by sisters Maxine, Edna, and Joyce Greene, and later joined by Evelyn McLaughlin, Shirley Brooks, and pianist Willie Jackson. At its peak the group recorded "Whatever's Fair" with legendary R&B producer Swamp Dogg (a.k.a. Jerry Williams, Jr.) for Mankind Records in 1971. The group also toured internationally with the USO. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus.
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Original flyer for a performance by Bad Brains, Driftwood, Soylent Green, and Junior Achievement...

Original flyer for a performance by Bad Brains, Driftwood, Soylent Green, and Junior Achievement at the Calderon Ballroom, October 24, 1982

by [Punk Rock] Bad Brains

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Phoenix, AZ: Calderon Ballroom, 1982. Vintage flyer for a performance by Bad Brains, with supporting acts, Driftwood, Soylent Green, and Junior Achievement, presented by Mersey Productons, at the Calderon Ballroom in Phoenix, Arizona, October 24, 1982. A forerunner of hardcore punk, and adept at reggae, heavy metal, funk, hip hop and soul, Washington DC's acclaimed Bad Brains have been called "the mother of all black hard-rock bands" by Rolling Stone magazine. Formed in 1976 as the jazz fusion band Mind Power, Bad Brains have gone through numerous line-up changes over their nearly 50 years performing, released nine studio albums, and have influenced countless other bands and musicians. The original line-up of H.R., Dr. Know, Darryl Jenifer, and Earl Hudson, intact until 1987, is seen in the photograph on the 1982 flyer on offer here. 8.5 x 11 inches on goldenrod paper. Near Fine.
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