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OAL/M

November 11th, 1935.

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

Attention:  Mr. Goldrich.

Dear Sirs:

You will call for the following shipment of seven cases to go per S/S ILE DE FRANCE sailing November 16th, to :

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

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

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

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Case No. | Contents | Gross Weight
J.S.965 | 2 tapestry chairs | 145 lbs.
[[J.S.965]] | 1 tapestry | 

J.S. 966 | 5 carved wood statues | 875 lbs.
[[J.S. 966]] | 1 terracotta statue |
[[J.S. 966]] | 1 marble statuette |

J.S. 967 | Relief in terracotta | 335 lbs.

J.S. 968 | 1 carved wood stool | 105 lbs.

J.S. 969 | Bric-a-brac | 424 lbs.

J.S. 970 | Bric-a-brac | 555 lbs.

J.S. 971 | Bric-a-brac | 585 lbs.
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VALUE OF SHIPMENT: $18,238.84

Very truly yours,
JACQUES SELIGMANN & COMPANY, Inc.

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