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[[preprinted]] 
NEWTON FERRERS,
CALLINGTON, CORNWALL.
TELEGRAMS & TELEPHONE: CALLINGTON 227. 
[[/preprinted]]

29-VI-50

Dear Mr. Seligman.

It was charming of you to write so entertaining a letter. 

I went to lunch at South [[??]] with Mrs. Walter Burns - all was agreeable - no renaissance sculpture - a French [[Gothic?]] virgin & child - She wants to sell her very pretty St. Porchaire.

At this moment I may be offered French XVIII century  

Transcription Notes:
Saint-Porchaire faience ware, 16th century French

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