You might have missed these two as they didn't get put out on the table until late Friday. Left is a Hemi-Blue 42 with a huge carbon swath found in New England. The right one is a yellowish apple green W. Brookfield SKEB beehive glower. A handful were found along the railroad lines in the California Central Valley, but this one was picked in Danville, Northern California. Both still available for trade only.