A couple years ago, I bid on a domain name through the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) that is not valid, as it is considered a subdomain. For example, something like "apple.uk.eth" which should not be allowed, as it is a subdomain of uk.eth - but it didn't seem to recognize a period as a special character, and everything went through without a problem showing that I won the auction.

Now, I'd like to retrieve the ETH stored in the contract with the ENS, but when I type my domain name into etherscan.io, there are no results (because it isn't actually a valid domain name).

Is there any way to retrieve my ETH stored in this contract?

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