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GS/MH Paris, December 22nd 1939 Dear Sir, I have your letter of December 18th., and want to thank you for it. I will certainly always be very pleased to hear from you concerning the matter I wrote to you about on December 8th., I will be extremely interested to take a contact with you, both for our New York and European firms. I forgot, when I wrote to you last, to draw your attention on the fact that we have no firm in London, and that should you wish to drop in, our firm is situated in the middle of the rue de la Paix, next door to Cartier. Very sincerely yours, (Georges E. Seligmann) David Jackling esq., 34 Hatton garden [[underlined]]London E.C.1[[/underlined]]
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