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Page 2. Mrs. Edsel Ford December 5th, 1934. [[check mark]] The upper part of the front of the Chasse is slightly restored, but the rest is in wonderful condition with its beautiful old gilding and the enamels which are transparent - a quality of the early enamels on Chasses of this type. I will be in Detroit again towards the middle of the month and I certainly will not fail to look you up. I take advantage of this letter to tell you what a great pleasure it was for me to meet you and Mr. Ford and how I enjoyed the short time I spent in your company. With my kindest regards, please believe me Very sincerely yours, (René Seligmann) Mrs. Edsel Ford, 1100 Lake Shore Rd., Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.
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