Microsoft’s Redmond campus modernization update: Demolition begins – Stories

Stack of white hardhats bearing the Microsoft logo

Today marks the next milestone in Microsoft’s campus modernization effort. Deconstruction is beginning, and buildings will start coming down.

When the project is complete, the new campus will provide a modern workplace and create greater collaboration and community. To commemorate the original buildings, the company offered an exclusive opportunity for a group of employees to say goodbye to the original campus with a demolition party to kick off the destruction. On Tuesday, one employee and nine of his teammates (who collectively donated money to charity to win the experience via the Employee Giving Campaign auction) took to the company’s first buildings equipped with hard hats, sledgehammers and “the claw.” Check out some highlights from the fun below:

“It is great to see the interest and excitement from employees for the campus modernization,” said Michael Ford, Microsoft general manager of global real estate and security. “Our employees are crucial to building an exceptional place to work, and this event was a great way to kick off this journey together.”

Moving forward

Over the next few months, Microsoft will continue the decommissioning and demolition of 13 buildings, embracing sustainable practices throughout the process.

In 2016, Microsoft became the first technology company in the U.S. to be certified Zero Waste for diverting at least 90 percent of its waste from the landfill. The company’s goal with this project is to remain in line with this certification for construction materials and divert a majority of building materials from the landfill. This means focusing on reusing, donating and recycling. From concrete and steel framing to carpets, ceiling tiles, electronic and networking gear, interior debris and loose assets like furniture, chairs and whiteboards, to even the artificial turf outside — most of the materials in the old spaces will find a new life.

“We strive to make a positive impact on the community,” Ford said. “We’re putting a lot of effort behind finding innovative ways to reduce our impact and optimize our resource usage.”

Beyond what is being recycled, the company is also considering where materials will be processed. To maximize sustainability, Microsoft’s construction team is engaging with local waste processing and recycling companies to study and prioritize the hauling distances to further shrink the project’s construction carbon footprint.

“Corporate and environmental responsibility are equally as important as budget and schedule — and we are aligning our design and construction practices with Microsoft’s global corporate responsibility and sustainability missions,” Ford said. “It feels good to know that here in our hometown we’re supporting this vision.”

Follow updates and developments as this project progresses on Microsoft’s Modern Campus site.

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Light January Patch Tuesday follows IE out-of-band security update

An Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability that kindled some excitement and sparked a Microsoft out-of-band patch during the year-end holidays overshadowed a light January Patch Tuesday.

To exploit the Internet Explorer zero-day bug (CVE-2018-8653), an attacker required a victim to view a specially crafted website that executes arbitrary code. Without Microsoft’s patch, the attacker would then gain the same rights as that user. With enough elevated privileges, the attacker could take over the affected system to view, change or delete information and create accounts with full user rights. The IE exploit, rated critical for Windows client systems and moderate for Windows Server systems, changes how the scripting engine handles objects in memory. Google’s Threat Analysis Group researcher Clement Lecigne discovered the vulnerability.

“If people haven’t acted on that yet, that is more important than anything that we’re seeing so far this month. Make sure all your OS updates are deployed,” said Chris Goettl, director of product management for security at Ivanti, based in South Jordan, Utah.

Prioritize one public disclosure over critical patches

Out of the 47 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures in January Patch Tuesday, only seven are rated as critical, and they affect Windows 10, Windows Server 2019 and the Edge browser.

Chris Goettl of IvantiChris Goettl

Windows admins should focus on deploying one particular patch before the other critical updates, Goettl said. It’s a JET Database Engine remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-0579) rated important that affects all supported Windows systems. To trigger the exploit, an attacker only needs a user to open a malicious file.

“Statistically speaking, this is probably more concerning than the critical updates affecting Windows 10 and the Edge browser,” Goettl said. “Then people should be most concerned about the Windows 10 updates and Windows updates in general.”

[A JET Database Engine bug] is probably more concerning than the critical updates affecting Windows 10 and the Edge browser.
Chris Goettldirector of product management for security, Ivanti

That Microsoft Edge vulnerability (CVE-2019-0565), rated as critical for Windows 10 systems and moderate for Windows Server 2019, was highly exploitable by attackers who could execute arbitrary code as the current user if they visited a specially crafted website through the Edge browser. Organizations that follow the principle of least privilege would reduce the risk.

“It’s probably not as likely to be exploited because the Edge browser has such low usage, and attackers would be more interested in exploiting something through Chrome or Internet Explorer,” Goettl said.

The NetMarketShare site indicates just 4% of users on desktops or laptops run the Edge browser while Chrome users make up about 67%.

New engine for Microsoft Edge

In December, Microsoft said it plans to rebuild Edge with code from the open source Chromium project, the same code used in Google Chrome and other browsers such as Opera and Vivaldi. The changeover would tap the Chromium community for contributions to browser development, and decrease Microsoft’s burden to keep up with fixes to bugs and vulnerabilities. Chrome addressed 158 vulnerabilities whereas Edge fixed 156 in 2018. With the new Chromium-based Edge, the number of vulnerabilities for enterprises to address would not change.

“In the long run, it’s going to be a better move for all of us,” Goettl said. “It will be [Microsoft’s] eyes on Chrome, as well as Google and any third parties.”

Microsoft plans to release the first preview build with the Chromium engine in Edge sometime in early 2019. Microsoft will release patches for this browser on a different cadence, Goettl said, so administrators should expect to deploy patches for the Chromium Edge on a weekly basis.

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Light January Patch Tuesday follows IE out-of-band security update

An Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability that kindled some excitement and sparked a Microsoft out-of-band patch during the year-end holidays overshadowed a light January Patch Tuesday.

To exploit the Internet Explorer zero-day bug (CVE-2018-8653), an attacker required a victim to view a specially crafted website that executes arbitrary code. Without Microsoft’s patch, the attacker would then gain the same rights as that user. With enough elevated privileges, the attacker could take over the affected system to view, change or delete information and create accounts with full user rights. The IE exploit, rated critical for Windows client systems and moderate for Windows Server systems, changes how the scripting engine handles objects in memory. Google’s Threat Analysis Group researcher Clement Lecigne discovered the vulnerability.

“If people haven’t acted on that yet, that is more important than anything that we’re seeing so far this month. Make sure all your OS updates are deployed,” said Chris Goettl, director of product management at Ivanti, based in South Jordan, Utah.

Prioritize one public disclosure over critical patches

Out of the 47 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures in January Patch Tuesday, only seven are rated as critical, and they affect Windows 10, Windows Server 2019 and the Edge browser.

Chris GoettlChris Goettl

Windows admins should focus on deploying one particular patch before the other critical updates, Goettl said. It’s a JET Database Engine remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-0579) rated important that affects all supported Windows systems. To trigger the exploit, an attacker only needs a user to open a malicious file.

“Statistically speaking, this is probably more concerning than the critical updates affecting Windows 10 and the Edge browser,” Goettl said. “Then people should be most concerned about the Windows 10 updates and Windows updates in general.”

[A JET Database Engine bug] is probably more concerning than the critical updates affecting Windows 10 and the Edge browser.
Chris Goettldirector of product management and security, Ivanti

That Microsoft Edge vulnerability (CVE-2019-0565), rated as critical for Windows 10 systems and moderate for Windows Server 2019, was highly exploitable by attackers who could execute arbitrary code as the current user if they visited a specially crafted website through the Edge browser. Organizations that follow the principle of least privilege would reduce the risk.

“It’s probably not as likely to be exploited because the Edge browser has such low usage, and attackers would be more interested in exploiting something through Chrome or Internet Explorer,” Goettl said.

The NetMarketShare site indicates just 4% of users on desktops or laptops run the Edge browser while Chrome users make up about 67%.

New engine for Microsoft Edge

In December, Microsoft said it plans to rebuild Edge with code from the open source Chromium project, the same code used in Google Chrome and other browsers such as Opera and Vivaldi. The changeover would tap the Chromium community for contributions to browser development, and decrease Microsoft’s burden to keep up with fixes to bugs and vulnerabilities. Chrome addressed 158 vulnerabilities whereas Edge fixed 156 in 2018. With the new Chromium-based Edge, the number of vulnerabilities for enterprises to address would not change.

“In the long run, it’s going to be a better move for all of us,” Goettl said. “It will be [Microsoft’s] eyes on Chrome as well as Google and any third parties.”

Microsoft plans to release the first preview build with the Chromium engine in Edge sometime in early 2019. Microsoft will release patches for this browser on a different cadence, Goettl said, so administrators should expect to deploy patches for the Chromium Edge on a weekly basis.

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Detroit Symphony tunes up performance on Scale Computing HC3

Storage plays artistic and commercial roles for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The DSO streams live video of performances and archives those performances for replays. It also relies on its website for ticket sales, which means outages can cost the symphony money.

So when its Dell servers and EqualLogic block storage approached end of life, the DSO tuned up its IT infrastructure with a three-node cluster of Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged appliances.

The Scale Computing nodes manage about 10 TB of data, including its live performance archive.

Jody Harper, the symphony’s senior director of technology and infrastructure, said he became aware of Scale a few years back when he worked at another local nonprofit organization. Harper saw a Scale presentation at a Detroit-area meetup and was impressed by how little storage management its HCI appliances required.

“Scale Computing showed a hyper-converged infrastructure, with storage only on its own three nodes and no additional storage necessary. I was sitting there watching and thought ‘It can’t be that easy,'” Harper said.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra's senior director of technology and infrastructure Jody HarperJody Harper

That presentation influenced Harper’s decision when he began looking to upgrade storage at the DSO. Harper said the DSO’s EqualLogic storage suffered periodic outages that caused him to accelerate his refresh cycle.

“We are a performing arts institution that relies on ticket sales. Anytime our website is down, we’re potentially losing money,” he said.

Vetting Scale Computing HC3 — and competitors

Depending on the use case, a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) may be an alternative to traditional data center storage technologies. A hyper-converged appliance integrates compute, storage and virtualization software, each functioning as a discrete unit within the box.

After deciding to go the HCI route, Harper looked into Dell EMC VxRail and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) SimpliVity HCI gear first, and then compared those products to Scale Computing HC3. Harper said he did not seriously consider HCI pioneer Nutanix, mainly on advice from colleagues that it would exceed his IT budget.

Harper said his Scale Computing HC3 1150 Series node cluster cost about 40% less than competing products while providing comparable performance.

Most HCI vendors support VMware vSphere, but Scale Computing uses its own KVM-based HyperCore hypervisor and the Scale Computing Reliable Independent Block Engine object store.

The DSO uses native snapshots in the Scale Computing cluster to take virtual machine images. It recently added a fourth HC3 node as a replication target at a second building on the DSO campus for disaster recovery.

Harper said another selling point for Scale Computing is that it does not require special training to deploy or operate.

“I don’t need a certification to use it. I can do everything I need to in a single pane of glass — take a snapshot, replicate it, clone it, delete it,” he said. “In the nonprofit world, IT has to be a jack of all trades, so whatever hardware you buy needs to be simple and has to work well.”

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For Sale – Custom Built Water Cooled High End PC

Hi,for sale is my High End Custom Built Water Cooled PC and specs are as follows.
Selling as a complete sale and will not seperate any items listed.

Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor.Professionally Delidded with EK Supremacy Water Block Cooled.
Palit GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition with EK-FC Titan Pascal Water Block Cooled.
Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Gaming 7 MotherBoard.
Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit, Black.
Intel 600p 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD/Solid State Drive. Win 10 os Installed.
Kingston 480 GB SV300S37A/480G V300 SATA 3 Solid State Drive.
Super Flower Leadex Platinum 850W Fully Modular “80 PLUS PLATINUM” Power Supply.
Phanteks Evolv ATX Case with Left Side Tempered Glass Panel.
5X NB-eloop B12-P Ultra Silent Bionic Loop Radiator and Case Fans.
All Water Cooling Fittings and Fixtures are High End EK From Pump and Blocks To Piping and Connectors.I have also included a self made Drainage pipe and extra tubing.
Corsair Lapdog Gaming Control Center.
Corsair K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard MX Speed.
Corsair Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse.
Windows 10 Pro with all drivers and bios updated.

LAPDOG is an ultimate gaming control center which revolutionizes PC gaming in any room.As you can see from the pictures(which do not include the tv or sound equipment in the sale),i use this primarily on a 65inch tv and i sit at least 9 feet away in comfort.
This System Build is set to deafult 4.2gig profile and can play the majority of current games at max settings,on a 4k tv at 60fps and can be overclocked to 5gig plus with ease if needed with stable low temps.Whether gaming,video,photo editing or music is your thing,this High End Custom Built PC will suit your requirements and does not look out of place in any Living Room,Bedroom or Office.
All boxes are provided and paperwork if needed.
Majority of purchases are from Overclockers or Corsair.
This has cost me,at the time of build,over £3000 and i am reluctantly selling for £1500 or very nearest offer,to put towards another expensive build.If you know your Computers then you know this is a very fair Sale Price.
I have had a lot of enjoyment from this build and now feel it is time for another project.
All items are sold from a smoke free home and Cash on Collection only is preferred because of the weight and liquid content.
Any questions feel free to contact me.
Thanks.

Price and currency: £1500
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CES 2019: Samsung unveils 3 new PCs: Notebook 9 Pro, Notebook Flash and Notebook Odyssey | Windows Experience Blog

At CES 2019, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and the Samsung Notebook Flash. The former delivers style and top-of-the-line features you need, while the latter combines premium features at a reasonable price. Samsung also introduced its latest powerhouse mobile computing technology for gamers: the Samsung Notebook Odyssey.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

The ultra-slim Samsung Notebook 9 Pro comes with a cool metal exterior and diamond-cut bezels, plus inside, it provides ultra-fast processing and Gigabit Wi-Fi. Running on Windows 10, it also has a customized LED Indicator Bar, a comprehensively redesigned keyboard and 15 hours of battery life.
Consumers get a bonus in the box: the Active Pen, with more than 4,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, which could inspire them to write, draw and create both for work and fun while on the go.
The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro will be available in early 2019.

Samsung Notebook Flash

With its typewriter keyboard the 13.3-inch Samsung Notebook Flash may look retro, but its fun, distinctive look comes with very modern features that won’t leave a big hole in your bank account. Equipped with Gigabit Wi-Fi, you’ll be able to easily stream or surf online. You can also log-in instantly with a fingerprint scanner, so you can get to work immediately and securely. It offers expandable storage with a Universal Flash Storage/MicroSD Memory Slot, multiple port options to suit a variety of needs and nine hours of battery life.
It will be available Jan. 15, starting at $349 at Amazon and Samsung.com.

Samsung Notebook Odyssey

With reduced bezels that leave more room for its display to shine, the Samsung Notebook Odyssey and its 144Hz G-Sync display give players a deep, immersive and interactive gaming experience.
It also comes packed with all the hardware you need to emerge victorious from every battle: the latest Intel 8th generation hexa-core i7 processor to keep even the most intense games running smoothly, and a high-end NVIDIA GeForce RTX series graphics card that can handle the richest graphics without any lag. Under the hood, the two redesigned Jet Blade blowers sport 83 blades each and a new penta-pipe cooling system allows the machine to run as fast and as cool as possible no matter how intense the gaming session gets.
Find out more at Samsung.

What OSes does Azure Update Management handle?

Administrators with a large number of Windows and Linux systems to maintain might find some assistance in this endeavor using Microsoft’s Azure Update Management offering, but the tool doesn’t support every OS.

The patching service covers a wide array of Windows and Linux operating systems, but admins should examine their inventory to ensure enough of their systems are supported to make Azure Update Management worth implementing in their organization.

Windows OSes supported by Azure Update Management

Within the Windows Server family, Azure Update Management works with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and later versions, including Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2019.

Each of these systems requires the .NET Framework 4.5.1 or later and Windows PowerShell 4.0 or later, preferably Windows PowerShell 5.1. Administrators must set up Windows agents to interact with Windows Server Update Services or have access to Microsoft Update. Azure Update Management installs agents on Azure virtual machines automatically.

On earlier versions of Windows Server, such as Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM, Azure Update Management only performs update assessments.

Administrators must set up Windows agents to interact with Windows Server Update Services or have access to Microsoft Update.

Azure Update Management does not support Windows client operating systems, such as Windows 7 and Windows 10, nor does it work with the minimal server deployment option of Windows Server 2016 Nano Server.

Linux OSes that work with Azure Update Management

Regarding Linux distributions, Azure Update Management works with CentOS 6 x86 and x64 versions, CentOS 7 x64, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 x86 and x64 versions, RHEL 7 x64 version, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 x86 and x64 versions, SLES 12 x64 version, Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 18.04 x86 and x64 versions.

Azure Update Management’s Linux agents must have access to a public or private update repository. Transport Layer Security 1.1 or 1.2 secures the communication with Azure Update Management. Currently, the Log Analytics agent for Linux can only support one Log Analytics workspace.

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CES 2019: Samsung unveils 3 new PCs: Notebook 9 Pro, Notebook Flash and Notebook Odyssey | Windows Experience Blog

At CES 2019, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and the Samsung Notebook Flash. The former delivers style and top-of-the-line features you need, while the latter combines premium features at a reasonable price. Samsung also introduced its latest powerhouse mobile computing technology for gamers: the Samsung Notebook Odyssey.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

The ultra-slim Samsung Notebook 9 Pro comes with a cool metal exterior and diamond-cut bezels, plus inside, it provides ultra-fast processing and Gigabit Wi-Fi. Running on Windows 10, it also has a customized LED Indicator Bar, a comprehensively redesigned keyboard and 15 hours of battery life.

Consumers get a bonus in the box: the Active Pen, with more than 4,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, which could inspire them to write, draw and create both for work and fun while on the go.

The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro will be available in early 2019.

Samsung Notebook Flash

Samsung Notebook Flash

With its typewriter keyboard the 13.3-inch Samsung Notebook Flash may look retro, but its fun, distinctive look comes with very modern features that won’t leave a big hole in your bank account. Equipped with Gigabit Wi-Fi, you’ll be able to easily stream or surf online. You can also log-in instantly with a fingerprint scanner, so you can get to work immediately and securely. It offers expandable storage with a Universal Flash Storage/MicroSD Memory Slot, multiple port options to suit a variety of needs and nine hours of battery life.

It will be available Jan. 15, starting at $349 at Amazon and Samsung.com.

Samsung Notebook Odyssey

Samsung Notebook Odyssey

With reduced bezels that leave more room for its display to shine, the Samsung Notebook Odyssey and its 144Hz G-Sync display give players a deep, immersive and interactive gaming experience.

It also comes packed with all the hardware you need to emerge victorious from every battle: the latest Intel 8th generation hexa-core i7 processor to keep even the most intense games running smoothly, and a high-end NVIDIA GeForce RTX series graphics card that can handle the richest graphics without any lag. Under the hood, the two redesigned Jet Blade blowers sport 83 blades each and a new penta-pipe cooling system allows the machine to run as fast and as cool as possible no matter how intense the gaming session gets.

Find out more at Samsung.

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AsTech uses Flexential data center for backup and DRaaS

AsTech has only been around for two years, but the remote automotive diagnostics provider has gone through tremendous growth in that time. With diagnostic and demographic information on over 4,000 vehicles, the company made the decision to house its assets and servers in a Flexential data center a mile away from its headquarters in Plano, Texas.

Now, AsTech has a hybrid cloud infrastructure. Its production environment is split between a physical footprint in the Flexential data center in Plano and a cloud environment in nearby Richardson, Texas. Furthermore, it is replicated to another cloud in Denver, where the company has subscribed to Flexential’s disaster recovery as a service to orchestrate cloud failover and failback. Finally, AsTech has a cloud presence in Amsterdam through Flexential as the beginnings of an overseas foothold for the company.

John Sotello, vice president of IT at AsTech, told us how the company’s growth led to its investment in IT infrastructure.

“Most of our IT services were provided by a third party,” Sotello said. “Sometimes, you get big, and you need to start building your own IT group. This spring, the organization made the decision to start bringing in its own IT team.”

He joined the company in May 2018 as part of AsTech’s push to build its own IT team, which then grew to 20 people.

Continuous growth

The next step was “to get out of our office and actually run a real business,” according to Sotello. That was when he purchased colocation space at the nearby Flexential data center. But even that wasn’t enough, as considerations for backup and disaster recovery came up.

“As we grew, we needed to subscribe to hybrid cloud,” Sotello said, which led to the cloud presence in Richardson, then Denver and eventually Amsterdam.

Still, AsTech continues to grow, with plans to open a data center on the West Coast of the United States and establish a stronger presence in Europe.

Some days, there is no glory in backup. Let someone else deal with it.
John Sotellovice president of IT at AsTech

“We had to grow to 30 cabinets [from five] to support the 2019 forecast,” Sotello said. “Eventually, we’re going to come into the land of diminishing returns.”

Sotello said he will look into virtualization at that point, but he also said, “We’re always going to have some level of physical footprint.”

AsTech devices work by connecting to a vehicle’s on-board diagnostics port to run a systemwide scan of the vehicle’s electronics. Auto shops can easily identify and fix physical damage, but they rely on these types of scans to determine if sensors were damaged or need to be calibrated after an accident. These sensors are what govern safety features, like lane departure warnings and air bag inflation.

These scans pull data such as VIN, year, make, model and trim on top of diagnostics information for every sensor in each car. AsTech is growing out its infrastructure to better store and protect this data, which will only grow as the company scans more cars.

‘No glory in backup’

Having worked with other colocation providers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Sotello knew what he was looking for when he was shopping around. Flexential ticked off every box on his list.

“I was looking for real estate, the ability to have a private cloud, but also the ability to handle some of the stuff I can’t do right now,” he said.

That last part was important to Sotello’s plan. Because his own IT resources were so limited, he needed staff at a Flexential data center to act like an extension of his team, handling work like firewall management and disaster recovery orchestration.

“Some days, there is no glory in backup. Let someone else deal with it,” Sotello said.

The fact that the nearest Flexential data center was just a mile down the road steered him toward a purchase, as well.

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For Sale – MAC MINI LATE 2012 UPGRADED

For sale is my Mac Mini Late 2012 model, boxed with original lead and HDMI – DVI cable.

Intel i5 2.5 GHz and comes with 8gig ram and this model can be upgraded to a total of 16gig. I have put a SSD as the boot drive and moved the 500gig hard disc to the lower drive bay with a data doubler kit.

There is a couple of tiny and i mean tiny nicks to the left of the shell but apart from those this is a very clean example.

I will deauthorise this from my icloud account and put a fresh install of High Sierra which is on it now, or I can put the latest Mojave on if you so wish.

Full specs here

Mac mini “Core i5” 2.5 (Late 2012) Specs (Late 2012, MD387LL/A, Macmini6,1, A1347, 2570): EveryMac.com

some images of the actual mac mini showing the two tiny nicks with a 5 pence to give you an idea how small they are.

Price and currency: 350
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG, BACS, CASH
Location: Washington, Tyne & Wear
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