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OAL: R October 26th, 1937 Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods 8 King Street St. James's Square London, S.W.1 Dear Sirs: We have your letter of October 11th and presume that the objects which have been given to you for sale by Mrs. Rasmussen are the following:- Four beautiful armchairs of the Eighteenth Century covered with Beauvais Tapestry on carved and gilt wooden frames. The tapestry represents garlands of flowers on a cream background. The frames are signed by Nicolas Heurtaut. These armchairs come from the collection of Countess Blanc, Paris and were previously at the castle of Powerscourt, Ireland. Trusting that this information may be of some use to you, we are Yours very truly, JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO., Inc. By:- [[signed?]]
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