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LONDON, April 7 (Reuters) - The Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Ireland are scheduled to sell bonds at auction in the coming week. * On Tuesday, the Netherlands will sell 0.75-1.25 billion euros of bonds maturing in January 2033.
* Italy is scheduled to sell debt on Wednesday, with further details on size and tenor expected to be announced later on Friday.
* Later on Wednesday, Germany will auction 3 billion euros of 10-year bonds.
* Finally, Ireland is scheduled for auctions on Wednesday. Commerzbank analysts expect a 1 billion euro reopening of its bonds maturing in May 2037. The Irish debt agency is expected to announce details on Monday. (Reporting by Abhinav Ramnarayan; Editing by John Geddie)