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July 8, 1925.

Messrs. Hirshbach & Smith Inc.,
2 Stone St.,
New York City

Dear Sirs:

[[underlined]]Attention:Mr. Pemington [[/underlined]]

As requested over the telephone, please arrange for the shipment of one (1) case containing an antique painting marked J.S. 383 per s.s. CAPO HATTERAS, addressed as follows:

Mr. Luis Plandura
Rivera 6
Barcelona, Spain

It is understood that this painting is to be insured against all risks, until delivered at destination, for the sum of

$ 4500 ( four thousand five hundred dollars )

but its valuation must not be put on the box nor on the bills of lading.

The insurance premium will have to be collected forward, as well as cartage and all your charges, plus the amount of $ 15 which we have paid out for packing, which latter amount will have to be reimbursed to us. If you have any difficulty in procuring this insurance, please advise us promptly, so that we can attend to it. In any case, confirm to us in writing that the insurance is covered before shipment is made and send us the policy.

As regards the freight, please collect the amount of this charge from us.

The case is ready to be called for at the proper time.

Please confirm the contents of this letter to us and oblige

Yours truly,
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