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OAL/D

December 21st, 1935.

Messrs. Hirshbach & Smith,
44 Whitehall Street,
New York, N.Y.

Attention:  Mr. Goldrich.

Dear Sirs:

You will call for the following shipment of four cases to go per SS. ILE DE FRANCE, sailing December 26th, 1935 to:

Societe Nouvelle de Transit & Consignation
59, Quai George V
Le Havre, France

for re-shipment to MM. JACQUES SELIGMANN & FILS, 9, rue de la Paix, Paris.

Please supply the Societe Nouvelle with the gross weights of the cases.

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Case #| Contents | Gross Weight
J.S. 964 | Bric-a-brac | 502 lbs.
965 | Furniture & Bric-a-brac | 389 "[[ditto for lbs.]]
966 | 2 pictures & furniture | 285 "[[ditto for lbs.]]
967 | One Painting | 97 "[[ditto for lbs.]][[/table]]

Value of Shipment:  $10,624.

Yours very truly,
JACQUES SELIGMANN & COMPANY, Inc.

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