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Mr Levy 


The New York Times 
"All the News That's Fit to Print." 
TELEPHONE: LAckawanna 4-1000 
Times Square, New York 


Jan. 15, 1931.

Jacques Seligmann & Company 
3 East 51 Street 
New York, N. Y. 


Beginning February 27 and continuing through March 7, the interest of lovers of antiques will centre on the third annual International Antiques Exposition in the Grand Central Palace in New York. 

A special grouping of antiques advertising with a caption as indicated on the attached form will be published in the March 1 issue of The New York Times Magazine, (a part of the Sunday edition). Both exhibitors and non-exhibitors, the latter recognizing the interest in the subject which the annual show arouses, will be represented in the advertising columns. 

The New York Times Magazine is printed in charcoal black rotogravure which permits effective pictorial presentation. Its circulation exceeding 750,000 includes 100,000 families with annual incomes exceeding $10,000. Rates, mechanical requirements and closing date are given on the attached form. 

We shall be glad to furnish additional information in person or by mail if you will fill out the form below. 

Very truly yours, 

Magazine Advertising Department 



Net paid sale 427,370 weekdays; 726,221 Sundays
Average for six months ended Sept. 30, 1930, as reported to the Post Office Department
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