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[[underlined]] Copy [[/underined]]    CL.


Paris, July 22nd 1932.


Dear Mrs. Cartwright,

In reference to our to-day's conversation, I take pleasure in sending you in the enclosure the rectified bill of the different items you have decided to keep.

On the bill, you will find that we have exchanged No 13.387 against the "corbeille" settee, covered in red and green damask, No 13.371.

I have spoken to Mr. Seligmann regarding the arrangement of payment, which you will find indicated on the bill. Would you only be kind enough to return to us duplicata [[sic]] of the invoiced signed and approved by you.

Trusting this will be satisfactory to you, and thanking you for your kind patronage,

Believe me to be, 
Most faithfully.

Mrs. Ch. Aubrey CARTWRIGHT.
3, rue de Constantine. 

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