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^[[File Bemo]] January 12, 1953 The Collector of Customs united States Customshouse New York 4, N.Y. Dear Sir: Reference is made to Entry No. [[underline]]571559[[underline]] dated [[underline]]6/10/52[[underline]], involving an importation of antiques entered under the provisions of Paragraph 1811 of the Tariff Act of 1930. This is to advise you that all the antique information available was included on invoice covering this shipment. However, since the Appraised of Merchandise has reported the antiques as coming within the provisions of the entered paragraph, it is requested that a correct invoice containing additional antique information be waived. Respectfully, Jaques Seligmann & Co., Inc. Germain Seligman, President Sworn to before me this _________ day of ___________ 19____ [[signature line]] NOTARY PUBLIC
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