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April 14, 1925.


Dear Mr. Trevor: 

I have your favor of the 11th instant, calling my attention to an important Venetian bronze of the 16th century and a rare marble statuette in your establishment. In response I have to say that I am so much occupied these days that I am unable to consider matters of art. I will have to postpone anything in that direction to a later time. 

Yours very truly, 
[[signed]] A. W. Mellon [[/signed]]

Mr. Clifford Trevor, 
Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc.,
705 Fifth Avenue, New York.

^[[Not mine - T.P.]]

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