Viewing page 6 of 38

[[preprinted]] (Place and date.)
Invoice of ^[[various works of art]] consigned by ^[[Jacques SELIGMANN]], of ^[[57, rue St-Dominique, Paris]] to ^[[Werner JUCKER, 705, Fifth Avenue]], of ^[[New York]] to be shipped per ^[[s/s of Cie Transatlantiqué, leaving Le Havre about the 22nd. [[/preprinted]]

[[line across page]]


[[underlined]] S.D.5250:- [[/underlined]] | N° 8745.- | Two L.XV candelabra in gilt and chased bronze, with small Chinese porcelain figures.
^[[marginalia]] CE NY  1 screw loose [[/marginalia]]
^[[1622]] | | French work of the 18th. century
| | Purchased from A.S. Drey, Munich, Feb. 1921 | Frs. | 250.000,-

| N° 8473.- | A small marble group "Virgin & Child".
^[[1623]]| | Italian work of the 14th.century.
| | Purchased from Zerner, Francfort, Feb. 1921 | " [[ditto for Frs.]] | 160.000,-
^[[marginalia]] CE NY [[/marginalia]]

[[underlined]] S.D.5253: [[/underlined | | Contains some books already used, without value.
[[marginalia, underlined]] store [[/underlined]] = CE NJ [[/marginalia]]

[[underlined]] S.D.5254: [[/underlined | No° 8661.- | A jewel casket in wood covered with leather mounted with brass.
^[[1624 | Flemish work of the 14th. century.
| | Purchased from Mlle Olga Stern, Brussels, July 1st. 1921 | "[[ditto for Frs.]] |  39.200,-
[[marginalia]] CE NJ [[/marginalia]]

| No° 7892.- | A Paris tapestry.
^[[1625]] | | French work of the 18th. century
| | Purchased from Christie, Manson & Wood, London, Nov. 20th. 1919 | " [[ditto for Frs.]] |[[underlined]] 200.000,- [[/underlined]]
^[[H 10' 3" x 15']]
^[[marginalia]] CE NY [[/marginalia]]
| | | Frs. | 649.200,-

| | Cases & packing | "[[ditto for Frs.]] |     300,-
| | Consular invoice |"[[ditto for Frs.]] |     [[underlined]] 36,- [[/underlined]]

| | | Frs. l| [[double underlined]] 649.536,- [[/double underlined]]
^[[marginalia]] checkmark [[/marginalia]]






 
Please note that the language and terminology used in this collection reflects the context and culture of the time of its creation, and may include culturally sensitive information. As an historical document, its contents may be at odds with contemporary views and terminology. The information within this collection does not reflect the views of the Smithsonian Institution, but is available in its original form to facilitate research. For questions or comments regarding sensitive content, access, and use related to this collection, please contact transcribe@si.edu.