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Background history...

Rene Jules Lalique was born in the small village of Ay opposite the Marne river in the Champagne region of Epernay in France on April 6th 1860. As a child he showed an interest in all aspects of art and sculpture.

In 1862 his family decided to move to the outskirts of Paris to try to better themselves. In 1872, Rene started further education at the College Turgot where he studied drawing with Justin-Marie Lequien. At the tender age of 12 he won the highest award for design at the college.

In 1876, after the death of his Father and at the age of 16, showing a keen interest in art and design he began an apprenticeship with the famous jeweler Louis Aucoc in Paris. He attended the College of Decorative Arts at the same time and won an award for drawing. In 1878 he moved to England to continue his studies at Sydenham College in North London for two years. He returned to Paris in 1880 and was employed as an illustrator of jewelry creating designs for some of the foremost perfume houses in that city. In 1884 Lalique's drawings were accepted for display at The National Exhibition of Industrial Arts at The Louvre. In 1885 when he was just 25 and after studying sculpture and textile techniques he set up his first workshop in the Place Gaillon in Paris, taking over the Jules Destapes' concern., then another workshop was rented in 1887. There he was designing jewelry using semi precious stones with ivory and later crystal glass with coloured enamels. In 1889, at a display at The Paris Universal Exhibition, the jewelery firms of Boucheron, Cartier and Never among others included collaborative works by him in their displays. By 1890 he acquired new more extensive premises at Rue Therese and was by now employing around 30 staff. He became a very close friend of the shop foreman, Ms.Briancon of whom he worked very closely with.

By the early 1890's glass became prominent in Lalique's jewelry, and in 1893 he won second prize in a competition set up by the Union Centrale des Arts Decoratives in Paris.

His work was one of the main attractions of the Paris International Exhibition at the turn of the century. Gaining more & more appreciation, he was appointed Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur at the age of 36.

Lalique's beautiful jewelry soon gained notoriety with many rich personalities of the day, including stars of stage & screen. Sarah Bernhardt took a great interest in his designs and commissioned many pieces. (As now with the likes of Madonna and actresses as Kim Cattrall and Liza Minnelli who ordered 300 of their cut crystal glass tumblers on her 2002 wedding day).

Lalique opened his first retail shop in 1905 in the Place Gaillon in Paris.

The year 1906 brought Lalique to the attention of Cote who commissioned designs for their perfume bottles. The demand for them was so high that Lalique looked for larger premises and ended up right next door to the Cote concern in the Place Vendome in the centre of Paris!

Footnote: Some very interesting perfume bottle labels designed by Rene Lalique were brought to our attention that are kept in the archives library of The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. These show the very decorative Art Nouveau period designs typical of this time created by the fertile mind of Rene. Photocopies can be scanned and e-mailed to any interested party.

Also in 1906 Vincenzo Florio commissioned him to design the award trophies for the famous Targa Florio endurance races. The designs of which were of particularly fine decoration with a flock of swallows and flowers picked out in coloured vitreous enamels with a base relief gilt racing car rushing by. This one piece cost the princely sum of 5,000 gold Francs, or some �20,000 in today's money!

Lalique also designed the medals for the competitors, these were to be awarded in gold for the winner, silver for the runner-up and bronze for the third winning car. They depict a contemporary period racing car with the driver & riding mechanic racing through the Sicilian mountains with the legend 'Targa Vincenzo Florio 1906' within the casting at the base. These medals are extremely rare as due to the poor conditions of the course and due to the fact that there was a dock strike in Sicily meaning that only 10 cars were shipped over for the race out of the 23 entered! The winner of the race was Alessandro Magno an Italian driver followed by fellow Italian Ettore Graziani both driving Italia's. Note: Both the silver & bronze medals were on display at the 'Unique Lalique Mascots' exhibition held in London from 21st to 25th September, 2011.

Tragedy struck Rene and his family when in 1909 his beloved wife Augustine Alice Lalique-Ledru died.

Lalique continued to experiment with glass manufacturing techniques and produced enough wares to display at a special exhibition in 1911. During the beginning of the first world war Lalique closed his factory. Post-war he built a new factory at the site of Wingen-sur-Moder, in the Alsace region and was producing glass from 1921...and continues there today!

In 1925 his works were the star attraction that year in Paris at the "Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes" (the term 'Art Deco' for short, is now commonly given to this period). His fabulous standing woman forming the central display in a working fountain 'La Source de la Fontaine', no doubt helped to elevate him to the rank of Commander of the Legion d'Honneur. By the 1930's the company had grown so large that 600 employees worked on Lalique products that were now being sold around the world.

Lalique was and is known for producing an extensive range of jewelry, watches, cut glass and moulded chrystal glass decanters, vases, bowls, animals, birds and special commissions for famous department stores around the world., ocean liners including the incredible Art Deco interior of the SS Normandie and exclusive trains which include the Pullman carriages of the famous Orient Express. Mention must also be made of a 'complete' church interior on the Isle of Jersey in the British Channel Islands.

Bouchons de Radiateurs...

Where we are concerned here are the car mascots of which a great demand was created for the rich & famous of the inter-war era, known as the Art Deco period.

These adorned the hoods and radiator caps of the most prestigious marques from all over the world at that time. An original edition of 28 different car mascots were produced which included stylized animals, birds and other creatures.,some adapted from the paperweight ornaments being produced at the time and then re-introduced and adapted to fit onto the special metal mounts made and marketed by the Breves Galleries in Londons' Mayfair (this was the one & only British retail outlet allowed to promote and sell them). To quote from their 1928 catalogue "The Motor Mascots designed by Lalique achieve a rare combination of beauty and distinction. They are moulded from a special glass, untarnishable and almost unbreakable. At night, their charm is enhanced by concealed illumination in soft colours...Among all the famous artists in glass, there has never been such a consummate master as Rene Lalique. For Lalique not only possesses a rich imagination and an unerring sense of form - he has an extraordinary faculty for exploiting the colour and texture of the glass itself. His versatility is astonishing. He can be delicate, fantastic, bizarre or vigorous, yet his style always harmonises with the subject, and the originality of the true artist marks all his work".

The first mascots were adapted from his two Mermaid paperweights shown in his 1920 catalogue and were not intended for any specific make of vehicle, however Rene was inspired by the comet shooting star illumination on the top of the Eiffel Tower during the 1925 Paris Exposition, what he came up with was the superb rendition of the Comete Etoile Filante (shooting star) introduced to the market on the 24th August 1925.

Rene was approached by Andre Citroen to produce a suitable car mascot to adorn their new 5CV., what Rene came up with next was the classic 5 prancing horses (staggered in a row) that was very appropriate for the car of the same name! This was introduced onto the market on the 26th August 1925...

Soon the rich & famous were seeking-out Lalique's car mascots to adorn their radiator caps on such exotic makes as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, Lagonda, Napier, Invicta, Railton, Mercedes, Voisin, Isotta Fraschini, Hispano-Suiza, Delahaye, Delage, Duesenberg & Cord etc. Today you rarely see them fitted onto the above makes, the exception being at classic car events and Concours d'Elegance., such as the regular prestigious Summer events at the Louis Vuitton Hurlingham club and Goodwood Cartier Style et'Luxe etc. No doubt they can also be seen at overseas events as Pebble Beach in the USA*.

On May 5th, 1945 Rene died at the age of 85., he is buried in Le Petre Lachaise cemetary in Paris. His son Marc took over untill his death in 1977, and eventualy his daughter Marie-Claude Lalique Dedouvre assumed control untill she eventualy sold her interest in the company and retired in the USA in 1994, she died on April 14, 2003 at the age of 67., she is buried in Fort Myers, Florida. The company continued as a family run business as Lalique-Haviland until it was taken over in 2008 by the Swiss concern of Art et Fragrance.

to this day. The few car mascot designs of today are now marketed again as paperweights/presse-papiers decorative ornaments.

We are privaliged to be able to offer the connoisseur collector a unique opportunity to purchase these beautiful works of art as adornment and also a sure-fire investment portfolio for you now and in the future...


On Rene Laliques death many praises and eulogies were heeped upon him, however one stands out and is memorable because it came from his life long patron & friend, the Armenian oil billionaire Calouste Gulbenkian, who said "He ranks among the greatest figures in the history of art of all time". This was praise indeed by a connoisseur collector of such great artists as Gainsborough, Rembrandt, Rodin and many others.

The Lalique connection...

After many years of study Mr. Geoffrey George Weiner** has become an expert on all things 'automotive', specialising in classic car memorabilia including car badges and motoring mascots. After attending the Paris Retromobile show in early 2003 and seeing a wonderfull and unique (private collection) display of Lalique car mascots all in glass cabinets lined up in the main hall., a desicion was made to make an appointment with Lalique at their Paris HQ. Seeing that they said that the early car mascots were almost unobtainable, this set the challenge & quest...

Taking a keen interest in the work of the Lalique family of master craftsman, starting with Rene, continuing with son Marc and ending with his grandaughter Marie-Claude and of course still continuing to this day...

The whole range of car mascots that they produced in glass and now in chrystal and are still producing, using the same methods today. The range is greatly reduced., as for example Hirondelle/Swallow. Quoting from a company press release of 2008: "It was the 10th February 1928 that Rene Lalique creates the car mascot Hirondelle. Lalique car mascots were used as radiator caps to adorn cars at any time as they were lit at night. The Swallow representing freedom and speed and was one of his favorite birds as he coud see them migrating when he was a child living in the French countryside of Champagne. He also did a vase bearing the name 'Swallows' and transformed the car mascot into book-ends in 1937. After eighty years the making of his piece comes to an end which renders it very collectable".

At Lalique however inside knowledge was gained at a special and exclusive private viewing for the pre-Chelsea Flower Show display in 2004 at a Champagne reception attended by many of Lalique's Paris HQ excecutives. Since then the Tete d'Paon/Peacocks Head along with Grand Libellule/Large Dragonfly, Vitesse, Victoire and Longchamp 'B' have been re-introduced (as presse-papier/paperweights), not only in clear glass but also in several coloured versions! We were informed of this and more besides in the pipeline...

*Talking about the USA, while on a trip to the Hershey swopmeet in Pennsylvania we came accross many reproductions of Lalique's car mascots. To the expert eye there is nothing to worry about as one would soon see faults and moulding marks, re-finishing etc. on them., besides which inferior glass is used as it would be impossible to re-create the quality of a 'genuine' Lalique piece nowdays as to the costing of these! Most are produced in Eastern Europe. Buyer beware as if any have spurious signiatures on them, as world copyrite laws cover them and customs officers have the right of confiscation and prosecution!

Modern Lalique is signed (after inspection and acceptance of the piece) using an etching tool. The signiature in script should read 'Lalique France' with a circuled 'r' in between, meaning registered.

If you are concerned or need expert advice please contact us or any reputable specialists or auction house.

**Mr. G.G. Weiner is a consultant on automobilia for the Miller's Collectables Handbook 2010-2013 and on-going (featuring many Lalique car mascots, RR & Bentley mascots and others). He is also a consultant & valuer of automobilia for several well known UK & overseas auction houses and an on-line auction house. He is working on a reference book himself due to be published in the new year on Unique Lalique Mascots.

Another important 'highpoint' for his portfolio was appointment as consultant in the very prestigious Rolls-Royce Centenary celebrations in Montreaux, Switzerland, where a Rolls-Royce presentation car mascot commissioned by RR from Lalique was auctioned for a world record price!

Ref: The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation & The Rolls-Royce Owners' Club, sponsored by Horus Sur Mesure and Bullionaer at Le Montreaux Palace Hotel function & Auction hosted by Dr. Neugebauer on 13/2/10.

For 2011 a very special exhibition was held in London featuring most of the mascot output. This was organised & presented by Penman Fine Art & Antiques Fairs in association with the Lalique Mascot Collectors' Club and held from 21st to 25th September at Chelsea Old Town Hall, Kings Road, London SE3 5EE incorporating a special bubbly reception evening by r.s.v.p. which was a resounding success!

Note: It was very apropiate to hold this exhibition in London in celebration of Rene Jules Lalique's 151st anniversary of his birth as he studied here in his formative years. A full review of this retrospective is posted on the Lalique Mascot Collectors' Club website at:


This is a SCOOT 2014 award winning website and The Lalique Gallery has a 4 star rating on Trip Advisor.

**The author G.G. Weiner of the book 'Unique Lalique Mascots'  holding a Tete de Coq mascot on original Breves Galleries radiator lighting base image courtesy of  the Virginia Grey Photographic StudioClick for Super-size picture (opens in new window)

**The author G.G. Weiner of the book 'Unique Lalique Mascots' holding a Tete de Coq mascot on original Breves Galleries radiator lighting base image courtesy of the Virginia Grey Photographic Studio

Lalique car mascot (Bouchons de Radiateur-Mascottes) listings

Lalique car mascots that are in stock are as listed below. Please check with us for our current stock situation and a very detailed condition report for each one with prices required. They are listed here using the original Lalique catalogue numbers with the date of introduction of each piece (ALL were discontinued in 1945 and old stock sold off until depleted circa 1947).

Siren/Small Mermaid #831 introduced in 1920 as a statuette and adapted as a car mascot in 1925

Naiade/Large Mermaid #832 ditto as above

Cinq Chevaux/Five Horses #1122 introduced on 26/8/1925 with a slight amethyst tint on an original period Breves Galleries raidator lighting base mount

Cinq Chevaux/Five horses #1122 ditto but in clear glass mounted onto a contemporary period metal display base

Comete Etoile Filante/Comet Shooting Star #1123 introduced on 24/8/1925 in clear glass mounted onto a contemporary Breves Galleries metal radiator lighting base.

Fauchon/Falcon #1124 introduced on 5/8/1925

Tireur d'Arc/Archer #1126 introduced on 3/8/1926

Ditto with a damaged base

Coq Nain/Cockeral #1135 introduced on 10/12/1928 in clear & frosted finish

Tete de Belier Head/Rams #1136 introduced on 3/2/1928. This is on a contemporary period metal Breves Galleries lighting base

Tete de Coq/Cockerals Head #1137 introduced on 3/2/1928 in a grayish hue

Ditto in clear & frosted glass

Ditto mounted on a contemporary period chromed metal lighting base

Tete d'Aigle/Eagles Head #1138 introduced on 14/2/1928

Tete d'Epervier #1139 introduced on 21/1/1928 in opalescent milky-blue on original period metal display base

Ditto with a slight amethyst tint

Ditto in clear glass

Levrier/Greyhound #1141 introduced on 14/3/1928

Tete de Paon/Peacocks Head #1140 introduced on 3/2/1928

Sainte-Christophe/St Christopher #1142 introduced on 1/3/1928

Hirondelle/Swallow #1143 introduced on 10/2/1928 with Lalique mounting base ring

Hirondelle/Swallow ditto on Breves Galleries metal radiator lighing base

Petite Libellule/Small Dragonfly #1144 introduced on 12/4/1928 on a Lalique chromed metal lighting display base

Grand Libellule/Large Dragonfly #1145 introduced on 23/5/1928 mounted onto an Italian marble base

Ditto (standard mascot)

Grenouille/Frog #1146 introduced on 3/5/1928

Ditto mounted on a Breves Galleries metal radiator lighting base

Victoire/Victory Spirit of the Wind #1147 introduced on 18/4/1928

Longchamp/Horse #1152A in satin finish, introduced on 12/6/1929

Ditto Longchamp/Horse #1152B introduced on 10/9/1929

Ditto #1152B with a grayish hue

Epsom/Horse #1153 introduced on 5/6/1929. This is on its Breves Galleries radiator lighting base, mounted onto a turned polished wood display stand

Sanglier/Wild Boer #1157 introduced on 3/10/1929. This is in a grey finish

Ditto in clear & frosted white finish

Perche/Fish #1158 introduced on 20/4/1929 in a clear & frosted finish

Perche ditto green tinted

Perche ditto in opalescent milky blue

Perche ditto in an orange-yellow tinted graduation of colour

Vitesse/Speed Goddess #1160 introduced on 17/9/1929. In a silky satin finish

Ditto in a wonderful deep full opalescent milky-blue (a rare & exclusive investment piece.....Expensive!)

Coq Houdan/ #1161 introduced on 30/4/1929

Coq Houndan ditto

Pintade/Guinea Fowl #1164 introduced on 28/9/1929

Hibou/Owl #1181 introduced on 27/1/1931 (not in stock at this time)

Renard/Fox #1182 introduced on 9/12/1930 (not in stock at this time)

Chrysis/Nude Female #1183 introduced on 21/3/1931 as a car mascot with a mounting groove

Chrysis as above without the groove as a presse-papier/paperweight

Toby/Elephant presse-papier/paperweight #1192 introduced on 30/3/1931

Chouette/Barn Owl presse-papier/paperweight #1193 introduced on 27/1/1931

Cote d'Azur/Pullman train trophy of 9/2/1929 (this was not catalogue numbered). This has a full dedication inscription around the bottom of the base

Cote d'Azur as a desk ornament (without dedication inscription on the base)

Rolls-Royce desk ornament trophy for the 90th anniversary year of 1994 (not catalogued but individualy numbered as a special commissioned limited edition of only 200 pieces from RR) complete with box, warranty certificate and papers


Post 1947 to date:

Car mascots (Bouchons de Radiateurs) now marketed as paperweights/desk ornaments (presse-papiers) listings using the Lalique factory reference numbers, those marked thus* are now discontinued and because of this now command a premium on the original retail price. The Lalique factory signed all their works 'R. Lalique' up until Rene Lalique's death in 1945, however some were still struck from the same moulds and so still had this pre-war signature not being discontinued until 1947. Post-war to modern pieces are usualy signed in script 'Lalique France' with a small circuled 'r' in between for 'registered'.

The (modern) Collection, all are in Lalique's famous grey logo box (Cristal Lalique, a'Paris) with lining and cut-out sponge support for the item. Each one has a certificate of authenticity. Note: Some discontinued* items may no longer have the original box. The 1950's & 60's items may no longer have the box, please ask. However we do dispatch all items bubble wrapped in a strong box. We automaticaly send registered mail or can send insured mail on request.

Photos: We have photographed each one listed and can of course e-mail these to you on request. If you prefer we can send any photos (at 50p each, refundable on purchase) in the post to you if you enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope to us.

Cristallerie Lalique et Cie:

No.11800* Coq Nain/Full Cockerel £750 (discontinued 1990's)

No.11801 Elephant £650

No.11802* Sanglier/Wild Boer £650 (discontinued 1990's)

No.11802* Sanglier/Wild Boer with its original Lalique factory label as issued in the 1960's £695 (discontinued 1990's)

No.11803* Perch/Fish in clear & frosted finish £375 (discontinued 1990's)

No.11803* Perch ditto ( 1980's production ) £395

No.11803* Perch (1960's production) in opalescent blue £1,250

No.11803* Perch (1960's production) in opalescent milky blue with an orange-yellowish tint when held up to the light £1,750

No.11803* Perch (1960's production, slither chip to top dorsal fin) in dark to light green colour tint £350

Note: that this has a very slight slither chip to top of dorsal fin, original value £950

No.11806* Bison £495

No.11807* Tete d'Coq/Cockerels Head £995 (discontinued 1990's)

No.11808 Tete d'Aigle/Eagles Head £595 (discontinued 2015)

No.11808 Tete d'Aigle/Eagles Head pair of bookends mounted onto Lalique signed opaque glass bases £1,950 (discontinued 2015)

No.11809 Chrysis/Leaning back female nude ( clear & frosted ) in box with certificate £650

No.11809 Chrysis (in opalescent milky blue) ditto £775 (discontinued 2014)

No.11809* Chrysis (in black satin finish) ditto £675 ditto

No.11809 Chrysis (in amber tint) ditto £675 ditto

No.11810* Hirondelle/Swallow bird boxed with certificate £695 (discontinued 2010)

No.11815* Chouette/Barn Owl £295 (thin Owl, discontinued 1990's)

No.11816 Chouette/Barn Owl £250 (fatter Owl)

No.11876* Tete d'Paon/Peacocks Head (clear & frosted) £795 (discontinued 2013)

No.11876* Tete d'Paon (green tinted) ditto £995

No.11876* Tete d'Paon (deep cobalt blue colour) ditto £995

No.11876* Tete d'Paon (yellow gold metal flake tinted) ditto £995

No.11905 Leda/Young girl holding a swan (with certificate) £350

No.11905* Leda (1960's production grayish coloured) £395

No.11906 Diane/Young girl holding a doe/small deer £350

No.11907* Faune/Entwined pair of woodland nymphs £350

No.11907* Faune (1950's production grayish coloured) £395

No.11309 Naiade/Water nymph as a paperweight/desk ornament (1980's production) with papers £295

No.11309 Naiade/Water nymph as a trinket tray dish (1980's production) £375

No.100393* Grand Libellule/Large Dragonfly (re-introduced in 2009) in clear & frosted chrystal at £795 and in 'Ocean Blue' tinted colour. Two blue versions only are now in stock with certificate at £995 since discontinuation in is a good time to buy these magnificent pieces!

No.10066400 Vitesse/Speed Nymph (re-introduced Autumn 2010) in satin & frosted cristal/chrystal, comes with certificate. £695. Also available in opalescent milky-blue at RRP of £975...our price £875

No.10108200 Victoire/Victory or Spirit Of The Wind (re-introduced Winter 2010) in clear & frosted cristal/chrystal with certificate. £795. Also available in opalescent milky-blue at RRP of £1,100...our price £995

No.10119400 Longchamp/Horse head based on the second version catalogue model 'B' (re-introduced Spring 2011) in clear & satin finish crystal with certificate. £495

Recent introduction of the Bugatti Royale mascot...


These Bugatti mascots representing the unique standing elephant metal mascot from the radiator top of the Bugatti Royale. This magnificent sculpture was created by the artisan Rembrandt Bugatti exclusively for this series of car of which only a handful were produced. 'Cristal Lalique' has recreated them in a very limited edition of only 55 in black, 88 in amber and 431 in a clear & frosted finish. Prices are £10,500, £6,950 and £4,250 respectively. They are mounted onto a special metal mount embossed with the initials 'EB'. Sold with a presentation case and with a full Lalique factory warranty.

Bookends pair, no catalogue number issued for 'Reverie' serre-livres verre (pair of glass bookends) by Christal Lalique. Extremly heavy cast pair of female (very nubile) nudes pushing against large blocks forming the bookends. This limited edition has one tiny chip to the base of one of them, you would have to hunt hard to find it! However they would retail in excess of £4,000 when new. One has a minor chip out of the bottom corner of its base. These are sold with the certificate of authenticity. £1,550

NOTE: See the next page for a selection of this months images of the above listed, click on page 1...

BROCHURE: Would you like our brochure? This is based on the original Breves Galleries inter-war brochure and is fully illustrated in colour. We can mail this to you if you would be so kind as to send a large s.a.e. (stamped self-addressed envelope) to us. - DESCRIPTIONS: The details and descriptions of our goods are fair, accurate and honest to the best of our ability and comply with the Trade Descriptions Act of which U.K. law applies. = PAYMENT can be made by sterling cheque (within the UK) or by bankers draft in sterling, by bank transfer into our account. We also accept PayPal. The only cards we take are American Express and Diners Club charge cards. Please make out payments to: Geoffrey George Weiner (Premier account) and for PayPal account please make payments out to: = DISPATCH of goods to any part of the world, insured or registered post. We ensure that your collector's item is properly wrapped in tissue and packed with bubble wrap the box is then well wrapped with a printed label to its destination. = You may of course pay and pick-up from our premises... You may wish to visit us to view the collection for yourself. In this case please contact us for a prior appointment with us at our gallery at The White Lion Garage, Clarendon Place, Kemp Town, Brighton BN2 1JA, East Sussex, England. = IMPORTANT: Visitors are welcome to browse by prior appointment only please. It's also important to inform you that security devices as well as CCTV are in operation both inside & outside of our premises. The images are never given to any third party apart from any specific demand from the emergency services in exceptional circumstances, where English law applies. = We have a dedicated page on Facebook - log onto 'Unique Lalique Mascots' also please follow us on Twitter. = ALL of them are shown on the Lalique Mascot Collectors' Club website: = After logging on go to the left hand side menu and click onto 'photographs' and scroll-through. Also images can be emailed to you. Now don't forget to visit page two here to see some examples... = Copyright: ALL the information above is on copyright, however permission can be gained if you wish to use the above information for research purposes. You MUST state that you obtained the information (in text or images) from this website and also declare where it is (or will be) used. You MUST state that it is by courtesy of the registered company 'Unique Lalique Mascots' by G.G. Weiner and his team of experts the two Tony's, Brain, 'Blakey' (David Blake) and Yaz (our secretary). -

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