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Mr. Benedict Nicolson  March 18, 1964

Your reprint, you kindly inscribed, has just reached me and I hasten to thank you for your thoughtfulness.

It will enable me to have your remarkable study bound separately, instead of leaving it buried in the bulky "Art de France" volume.

With renewed appreciation, and all good wishes,
Sincerely,
GERMAIN SELIGMAN

Benedict Nicolson, Esq.
The Burlington Magazine
12 Bedford Square
London W.C.1.
England

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