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Can a bounty be redacted?

It didn't simply disappear. It wasn't awarded to anyone, that's all. Look at the revision history: You need answers with score >= 2 for automatic awards.
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Answers in Comments

You should make (if you can) a community wiki post: In it, have this: Answered by XYZ *link to profile) in comments (link to comment): Comment content goes here, to explain the answer. My ...
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Answers in Comments

Have a look here first. Disclaimer: I am not a moderator; I do not set policies, so this is just a personal opinion. (And a very obvious one) ;-) As a new user it's always difficult: The first 50 ...
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Can a bounty be redacted?

Moderators can remove bounties, but this is only done under very special and rather rare circumstances (mostly if a question needs to be closed). Bounty history is in the revision history
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When reviewing answers, how can I view other answers for the post?

Click the "link" button in the sidebar on the right. Source: muru's answer here - it also has some related info.
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What to do with this specific answer variation in the question?

You can comment that the OP can still award the bounty to any answer he likes. Self-answer does not mean that the bounty is awarded to the OP or to noone. OP can still convert it to an answer, or you ...
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