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[[preprinted]] Telephone:WHITEHALL 4-7000 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT (Room 1158). BRITISH CONSULATE GENERAL, 25, BROADWAY, NEW YORK 4,N.Y.[[preprinted]] S.R. 24-6 - GL 14th February, 1944 Dear Sirs, With reference to your letter of 7th February, I regret that I am unable to assist with your enquiry as the matter is one which requires the permission of the Foreign Exchange Control authorities in the United Kingdom, and I can only suggest, therefore, that you instruct your agent or representative in the United Kingdom to make application to the proper authorities for approval of the transaction to which you refer. Yours very truly, [[signature]] (S.G. Chapman) Messrs.Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., 5 East 57th Street, New York 22, New York
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