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Star
1954 (creation)
repository: Menil Collection …
Jasper Johns (American artis …
Creator Jasper Johns (American artist, born 1930)
Preferred Title Star
Subjects Star of David
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Star
1954 (creation)
repository: Menil Collection …
Jasper Johns (American artis …
Creator Jasper Johns (American artist, born 1930)
Preferred Title Star
Subjects Star of David
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Star
1954 (creation)
repository: Menil Collection …
Jasper Johns (American artis …
Creator Jasper Johns (American artist, born 1930)
Preferred Title Star
Subjects Star of David
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Ventriloquist
1983 (creation)
repository: Museum of Fine A …
Jasper Johns (American paint …
Creator Jasper Johns (American painter, born 1930)
Preferred Title Ventriloquist
Subjects abstraction, contemporary (1960 to present), still life, Artists' studios, American flag, collecting
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Ventriloquist
1983 (creation)
repository: Museum of Fine A …
Jasper Johns (American paint …
Creator Jasper Johns (American painter, born 1930)
Preferred Title Ventriloquist
Subjects abstraction, contemporary (1960 to present), still life, Artists' studios, American flag, collecting
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Ventriloquist
1983 (creation)
repository: Museum of Fine A …
Jasper Johns (American paint …
Creator Jasper Johns (American painter, born 1930)
Preferred Title Ventriloquist
Subjects abstraction, contemporary (1960 to present), still life, Artists' studios, American flag, collecting
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Ventriloquist
1983 (creation)
repository: Museum of Fine A …
Jasper Johns (American paint …
Creator Jasper Johns (American painter, born 1930)
Preferred Title Ventriloquist
Subjects abstraction, contemporary (1960 to present), still life, Artists' studios, American flag, collecting
Rights © Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.
Galveston (Tex.)
North Galveston.
1891
Separate Map
Authors Galveston (Tex.)
Full Title Map of North Galveston, Texas. North Galveston. The mainland city on Galveston Bay. Money, experience and enterprise will make this beautiful location into a thriving city within a marvelously short time ... D.R. Beatty, E.H. Porter, managers, Galveston, Texas. (1891)
Note A wonderful advertising map of the new city of North Galveston. "Purchasers at first Prices sure to make money. Terms Easy." Map is printed without color, ads printed in red. Shows block and lot numbers, etc. Includes small inset of "Public Park". Oriented with north toward upper left.
Galveston Bay & Texas Land C …
Galveston Bay & Texas Land C …
1830
Ephemera
Authors Galveston Bay & Texas Land Company, Dey, Anthony
Full Title Galveston Bay & Texas Land Company. Scrip No. 5752 for one Labor, containing 177 136/1000 Acres. ... New York, 16th October 1830.
Note Labor sold to Anthony Dey. Accompanying map at the bottom of the deed uncolored.
Galveston Bay & Texas Land C …
Galveston Bay & Texas Land C …
1830
Ephemera
Authors Galveston Bay & Texas Land Company, Dey, Anthony
Full Title Galveston Bay & Texas Land Company. Scrip No. 795 for one Sitio, containing 4428 402/1000 Acres. ... New York, 16th October 1830.
Note Sitio sold to Rodman Moulton. Accompanying map at the bottom of the deed uncolored.
Galveston, Houston, & Hender …
Texas of the United States o …
1857
Separate Map
Authors Galveston, Houston, & Henderson Railroad
Full Title Texas Of The United States Of America, Shewing The Galveston, Houston, & Henderson Rail Road. King, Lith. 63 Queen St. New Cannon St. London.
Note Full color showing railroads open and under construction
Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1 …
State Of Texas.
1857
National Atlas
Authors Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Rogers, Henry Darwin
Full Title State Of Texas. By Prof. H.D. Rogers & A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E. Entered in Sta. Hall. London ... & according to an act of Congress ... 1857, by H.D. Rogers ... Massachusetts. London, John Murray, Albemarle Street, Edinburgh, W. & A.K. Johnston. Engraved by W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh.
Note Texas is shown in outline color with counties delineated in orange.
Lisle, Guillaume de, 1675-17 …
Louisiane, Cours du Mississi …
1718
World Atlas
Authors Lisle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726
Full Title Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississipi. Dressee sur un grand nombre de Memoires en trautres sur ceux de Mr. le Maire. Par Guillaume Delisle de l'Academie Rle. des Sciences. A Paris, chez l'Auteur le Sr. Delisle sur le Quay de l'Horloge, avec Privilege du Roy Juin 1718.
Note Engraved map in outline color. Shows Indian villages, "nations derangees, nations detruites," the route of de Soto, Moscoso, Cavelier, Tonty and Denis, etc. Relief shown pictorially. Covers area from Lake Champlain to New Mexico and south to Florida and Texas. Inset map: Carte particuliere des embouchures de la Rivie. S. Louis et de la Mobile, i.e., Mississippi Delta area and Mobile Bay. Kohl states this is the mother and main source of all later maps of the Mississippi.
Lloyd, H.H.
Texas.
1873
State Atlas
Authors Lloyd, H.H.
Full Title Atlas of the United States. Texas. (by H.H. Lloyd. Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon, Baltimore. 1873)
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Counties in full color. Relief shown by hachures. Inset map: Northern part of Texas.
Bradford, Thomas G., Goodric …
Texas.
1841
World Atlas
Authors Bradford, Thomas G., Goodrich, S.G.
Full Title Texas. Engraved by G.W. Boynton. Entered ... 1838, by T.G. Bradford ... Massachusetts.
Note In full color by county or region with boundaries of counties or grants included.
Ives, J.C., Whipple, A.W.
From Fort Smith to the Rio G …
1861
Exploration Book
Authors Ives, J.C., Whipple, A.W.
Full Title From Fort Smith to the Rio Grande from explorations and surveys made under the direction of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War by Lieut. A.W. Whipple, Topogl. Engrs. and Lieut. J.C. Ives, Topogl. Engrs. A.H. Campbell, Civil Eng. and Surveyor, Asst. Surveyors: Wm. White Jr., N.H. Hutton, and J.P. Sherburne. 1853-4. Explorations and Surveys for a Rail Road Route from the Missisippi (sic) River to the Pacific Ocean, War Department, Route Near the 35th Parallel, Map No. 1. Engr. by Selmar Siebert.
Note Map begins in the east at Ft. Smith (Arkansas) and continues along the Red River through Texas ending at the Rio Grande in present-day New Mexico. With inset map, "Sketch of the Rio Pecos at Anton Chico."
Gray, Ormando Willis, Gray, …
Texas and the Indian Territo …
1878
World Atlas
Authors Gray, Ormando Willis, Gray, Frank Arnold
Full Title Gray's New Map of Texas and the Indian Territory (Oklahoma). By Frank A. Gray. Philadelphia: O.W. Gray & Son. (inset) Hysometric Sketch of Texas and the Indian Territory. (inset) Entrance to Matagorda Bay. (inset) Austin. (inset) The River Systems of Texas and the Indian Territory. (inset) Entrance to Galveston Bay. (inset) Galveston.
Note Prime meridians Washington D.C. and Greenwich. Relief shown by hachures. Southern Texas inset is extension of main map.
Gray, Ormando Willis
Texas. Kentucky. Tennessee.
1874
World Atlas
Authors Gray, Ormando Willis
Full Title Gray's Atlas Map of Texas. (inset) Plan of Galeston Bay. (inset) Plan of Sabine Lake. Gray;s Atlas Map of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Note Prime meridians Washington D.C. and Greenwich. Relief shown by hachures. Kentucky and Tennessee maps at scale 1,857,000.
Arbuckle Bros.
Indian Territory, New Mexico …
1889
National Atlas
Authors Arbuckle Bros.
Full Title Indian Territory, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas. Copyright 1889 Arbuckle Bros. N.Y.
Note Sheet with maps of four states in full color. "Indian Territory" is now known as Oklahoma. It is noted that, "Of the 41,000,000 acres in the Territory, nearly 26,000,000 have been surveyed and set apart as reservations for the Indians. These have been gathered from all parts of the country, from Oregon to Florida, in pursuance of the general plan of congregating all the Indians in one territory, to be theirs forever." Each card measures 7.5 x 12.5 cm.
Lucas, Fielding Jr.
Mexico.
1823
World Atlas
Authors Lucas, Fielding Jr.
Full Title Mexico. B.T. Welch & Co. Sc. Published by F. Lucas Jr. Baltimore.
Note Mexican States shown in full color.
Arrowsmith, Aaron
Cover: Mexico, adjacent prov …
1810
Case Map
Authors Arrowsmith, Aaron
Full Title (Covers to) A New Map of Mexico and Adjacent Provinces Compiled from Original Documents by A. Arrowsmith. 1810. London. Published 5th October 1810 by A. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Sque. Hydrographer to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Engraved by E. Jones. (with) three inset maps: Valley of Mexico, from Mr. Humboldt's Map, Veracruz, and Acapulco.
Note All four covers have labels affixed stating: "Ch. Picquet, Geographe ordinaire DU ROI et de S.A.S. Monseign. le Duc d'Orleans. A Paris, Quai de Conti No. 17, entre l'Hotel des Monnaies et le Pont de Arts."
Sinclair, Thomas
Cover: Mexico showing Seat o …
1846
Pocket Map
Authors Sinclair, Thomas
Full Title (Covers to) Map of Mexico Showing the Seat of War. Lith. of T. Sinclair, 79 So. 3rd St. Philadelphia.
Sinclair, Thomas
Map of Mexico Showing the Se …
1846
Pocket Map
Authors Sinclair, Thomas
Full Title Map of Mexico Showing the Seat of War. Lith. of T. Sinclair, 79 So. 3rd St. Philadelphia.
Note Very rare map with no reference to it found in any of the normal bibliographies. The date is estimated. Proposed railway lines are shown to and from San Francisco to New Orleans and Napolian (sic). The map has been distorted severely with San Francisco much too far east. Napoleon, Arkansas, now defunct (why?), according to Baldwin and Thomas' Gazetteer of 1854, was the capital of Desha County. It was situated on the Mississippi at the mouth of the Arkansas. The population was about 1,000 people, and steamboats ran three times a week to Little Rock. Why it was placed so prominently on the map is unknown. Perhaps it was vying to be a terminus for the railroad. Texas is shown at a highly detailed level. The map is in color and folds into brown cloth covers 16x10 with "Map of Mexico Showing The Seat Of War" on the front cover in gilt.
Smith, J. Calvin
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas.
1852
National Atlas
Authors Smith, J. Calvin
Full Title (Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas).
Note Estimated Date. Part of a sixteen piece map combined digitally as a composite in final map of series.
Smith, J. Calvin
Texas, Louisiana.
1852
National Atlas
Authors Smith, J. Calvin
Full Title (Texas, Louisiana).
Note Estimated Date. Part of a sixteen piece map combined digitally as a composite in final map of series.
Arrowsmith, John
Mexico.
1844
World Atlas
Authors Arrowsmith, John
Full Title Mexico, By J. Arrowsmith. (with) Mexico, Shewing its connection with the Ports of Acapulco, Vera Cruz, & Tampico, on double the scale of the Map. (Map) 44. London, Pubd. 15 Feby. 1842, by J. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square.
Note In outline color and including Texas and California.
Arrowsmith, John
Map Of Texas.
1844
World Atlas
Authors Arrowsmith, John
Full Title Map of Texas, compiled from Surveys recorded in the Land Office of Texas, and other Official Surveys, By John Arrowsmith. Soho Square, London. (with) Plan of Galveston Bay from a M.S. (with) inset map of the Western United States, Texas and Mexico. London, Pubd. 8th June, 1843, by John Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square.
Note In outline color by region or county. Cartouche includes two seals, one of the Republic of Texas and the second of the General Land Office, Texas. Note below seals reads, "Recognized as an Independent State by Great Britain, 16th Novr. 1840."
Marbut, Curtis F.
Soil Map of the United State …
1931
National Atlas
Authors Marbut, Curtis F.
Full Title Soil Map of the United States by Curtis F. Marbut and Associates in the Soil Survery, U.S. Department of Agriculture, F.J. Marschner, Cartographer and Associate in Compilation. 1931. Soils, Plate 5, Section 10. Lith. A. Hoen & Co., Inc. Atlas of American Agriculture.
Note Includes legend of 12 map sections. Includes soils legend for this section and landscape photographs.
Marbut, Curtis F.
Soil Map of the United State …
1931
National Atlas
Authors Marbut, Curtis F.
Full Title Soil Map of the United States by Curtis F. Marbut and Associates in the Soil Survery, U.S. Department of Agriculture, F.J. Marschner, Cartographer and Associate in Compilation. 1931. Soils, Plate 5, Section 11. Lith. A. Hoen & Co., Inc. Atlas of American Agriculture.
Note Includes legend of 12 map sections. Includes soils legend for this section and landscape photographs.
Asher & Adams
Indian Terr., Texas NW porti …
1874
National Atlas
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Indian Territory and Texas north west portion. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by Asher & Adams ... at Washington. (New York, 1874)
Note Hand col. engraved map. Easternmost Indian Territory shown on pages 51-52 of this atlas. Shows townships, distances along railroads, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Asher & Adams
Texas E portion.
1874
National Atlas
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Texas eastern portion. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by Asher & Adams ... at Washington. (New York, 1874)
Note Hand col. engraved map. Includes inset map. Shows distances along railroads, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Asher & Adams
Texas W portion.
1874
National Atlas
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Texas western portion. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by Asher & Adams ... at Washington. (New York, 1874)
Note Hand col. engraved map. Includes inset map. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Asher & Adams
Composite: Texas.
1874
National Atlas
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title (Composite of) Asher & Adams' Texas ... Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by Asher & Adams ... at Washington. (New York, 1874)
Note Composite map on 2 sheets. Hand col., engraved. Easternmost Indian Territory shown on pages 51-52 of this atlas. Includes 2 inset maps. Shows townships, distances along railroads, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Greenleaf, Jeremiah
Texas.
1840
World Atlas
Authors Greenleaf, Jeremiah
Full Title Texas Compiled from the latest and best Authorities.
Note Full color by region.
Asher & Adams
Indian Territory and Texas, …
1875
Commercial Reference Book, N …
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Indian Territory and Texas, North West Portion Entered according to Act of Congress 1874 by Asher & Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
Note Washington Meridian. Hand tinted full color. Relief shown in hachures. Shows railroads, settlements, counties, waterways, and lakes. Engraved.
Asher & Adams
Texas, Eastern Portion.
1875
Commercial Reference Book, N …
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Texas, Eastern Portion. Entered according to Act of Congress 187? by Asher & Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. (1875)
Note Washington Meridian. Hand tinted full color. Relief shown in hachures. Shows railroads, settlements, counties, waterways, and lakes. Inset of a portion of Texas. Engraved.
Greenleaf, Jeremiah
Texas.
1848
World Atlas
Authors Greenleaf, Jeremiah
Full Title Texas Compiled from the latest and best Authorities.
Note Full color by county. Engraved. Relief shown by hachures. Meridians Greenwich and Washington.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Y …
Cover: Texas, contiguous Ame …
1836
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title (Covers to) A New Map Of Texas, With The Contiguous American & Mexican States by J.H. Young. Philadelphia: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. 1836. Sold by Mitchell & Hinman No. 6 North Fifth Street. Engraved by J.H. Young. Entered ... 1835 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Y …
A New Map Of Texas, With The …
1836
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title A New Map Of Texas, With The Contiguous American & Mexican States by J.H. Young. Philadelphia: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. 1836. Sold by Mitchell & Hinman No. 6 North Fifth Street. Engraved by J.H. Young. Entered ... 1835 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania.
Note The second edition, Streeter showing editions of 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1842, 1843, and 1845. This map covers about the same area as the David Burr map (see our #5024) but shows the boundary between Texas and Louisiana more correctly. Three text insets are titled "Remarks on Texas," "Land Grants," and "Rivers of Texas." A scarce, important early Texas map, not listed in Martin and Martin. Full color. Folded into black leather covers 12.5x7.5 with "Mitchell's Map Of Texas" and a decorative border stamped in gilt.
Asher & Adams
Texas, Western Portion.
1875
Commercial Reference Book, N …
Authors Asher & Adams
Full Title Asher & Adams' Texas, Western Portion. Entered according to Act of Congress 1874 by Asher & Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
Note Washington Meridian. Hand tinted full color. Shows railroads, settlements, counties, waterways, and lakes. Inset of a portion of Texas. Engraved.
Bache, A. D.
Galveston Bay, Texas.
1852
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title Preliminary sketch of Galveston Bay, Texas. (with) Clopper's Bar. (with) Red Fish Bar. U.S. Coast Survey. A.D. Bache, Superintendent. 1852. Second edition. (with logo) U.S. Coast Survey Office.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Depths shown by soundings. Includes descriptive notes and sources. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey." "I No. 2."
Bachmann, John
Texas And Part Of Mexico.
1861
View
Authors Bachmann, John
Full Title Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds Eye View Of Texas And Part Of Mexico. John Bachmann, Publisher, 115 & 117 Nassau St., New York. Entered ... 1861 by John Bachmann ... New York. Drawn from Nature and Lith by John Bachmann.
Note Shows the coast of Texas from Littel (sic) Constance Bay, Louisiana, to the Rio Grande. Continues the view west from the Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Part of Florida sheet. Full color.
Southern Pacific Company
Railway, steamship lines, So …
1892
Timetable Map
Authors Southern Pacific Company
Full Title Correct map of the railway & steamship lines operated by the Southern Pacific Company [United States and Mexico]. Poole Bros., Map Engravers, Chicago. (inset) County map of Texas showing the Atlantic System of the Southern Pacific Company. (inset) San Francisco, California. (inset) Los Angeles, California. (inset) New Orleans. (inset) San Antonio, Texas.
Note Col. map with 5 insets. Relief shown by hachures. Shows connecting steamship routes from New York to New Orleans. Text descriptions of California and Texas. Interior view of Sleeping Car.
Southern Pacific Company
Railway, steamship lines Sou …
1884
Timetable Map
Authors Southern Pacific Company
Full Title Correct map of the railway & steamship lines operated by the Southern Pacific Company. (with) County map of Texas showing the Atlantic System of the Southern Pacific Company. (with) New Orleans. (with) Houston, Texas. (with) San Antonio, Texas. (with) Galveston, Texas. (1884)
Note Relief shown by hachures. Covers most of the United States and northern and central Mexico, with shipping routes to Havana. Texas map at (ca. 1:4,800,000) scale. City maps are small scale showing street patterns, railroad, stations, etc. Text in side panels.
Hammond, C.S.
Texas.
1948
World Atlas
Authors Hammond, C.S.
Full Title Texas (Western Part). 2395. Texas (Eastern Part). 3395.
Note Each map in different colors!
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Cover: Mexico, Yucatan & Upp …
1847
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of Mexico, Including Yucatan & Upper California, exhibiting The Chief Cities and Towns, The Principal Travelling Routes &c. Philadelphia: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell N.E. Corner Of Market And Seventh Sts. 1847. Entered ... 1846 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania. (inset) The Late Battlefield.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Map Of Mexico, Including Yuc …
1847
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title Map Of Mexico, Including Yucatan & Upper California, exhibiting The Chief Cities and Towns, The Principal Travelling Routes &c. Philadelphia: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell N.E. Corner Of Market And Seventh Sts. 1847. Entered ... 1846 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania. (inset) The Late Battlefield.
Note 2nd edition, 1st 1847 issue, without the lower "Road Between Mexico & Vera Cruz" inset but with an upper right inset of "The late Battlefield" (Monterey). The 1st edition was 1846, also without the lower inset (Streeter 3868). The 2nd edition is this copy, almost the same as the 1846 issue (some towns added in Northern Mexico), but dated 1847 (not in Streeter or Wheat). The 3rd edition is dated 1847 and adds the lower inset map mentioned above (Streeter 3869, Wheat Gold 35). A much simpler map than the Map of Texas, Oregon and California of 1846, with no engraver credit. Full color, with Texas outlined in red, folded into stamped black leather covers 13.5x8 with "Mexico" in gilt.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Cover: Texas, Oregon and Cal …
1846
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title (Covers to) A New Map of Texas Oregon and California With The Regions Adjoining. Compiled from the most recent authorities. Philadelphia Published by S. Augustus Mitchell N.E. Corner Of Market & Seventh Streets. 1846. Entered ... 1845 by H.N. Burroughs ... Pennsylvania.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
A New Map of Texas Oregon an …
1846
Pocket Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title A New Map of Texas Oregon and California With The Regions Adjoining. Compiled from the most recent authorities. Philadelphia Published by S. Augustus Mitchell N.E. Corner Of Market & Seventh Streets. 1846. Entered ... 1845 by H.N. Burroughs ... Pennsylvania.
Note With 46 page "Accompaniment to Mitchell's New Map Of Texas, Oregon, and California With The Regions Adjoining;" the full color map is folded into stamped black leather covers 13.5x8 with "Texas, Oregon And California" in gilt. This was one of Mitchell's most popular and important pocket maps. Later editions were published in 1849, 1851, and 1852, as pocket maps and as insets to the large Reference and Distance Map of the United States. It was also issued separately as a wall map. This issue has Texas colored green, some copies have Texas colored brown (has the green changed over time?). The text has a catalogue for Mitchell's publications. Mitchell first issued this map as an inset to his Reference and Distance Map of the United States in the 1846 edition (see our copy).
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Map Of Texas.
1846
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title Map Of Texas From the most recent authorities. (with) Texas North Of Red River. Philadelphia: Published by C.S. Williams N.E. corner of Market & 7th Streets. Entered ... 1845 by C.S. Williams ... Pennsylvania.
Note In full color by county or region.
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