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Paris, July 23rd. 1932.

Dear Mrs. Cartwright,

Please find in the enclosure the bill for the small Louis XV cartel which I am gled [[sic]] to tell you I was able to close up for you at :

Frs. 19.000.-- instead of Frs. 21.000.--

This bill is supplementary to the one of yesterday which you approced [[sic]], and will fall under the terms agreed upon.

Trusting this will be satisfactory and thanking you once more for your kind consideration.

Believe me to be,

Yours Most faithfully.

P.S.- I just spoke with Mr. SELIGMANN who was hurriedly called out of town and asked me to kindly remember him to you and to tell you that he was very sorry only to have has such a little talk with you yesterday, while Mrs. Duke was here.

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