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New York 22, New York March 31, 1960 Dear Mr. Sonnenberg: The merit and charm of a work of art are not to be gauged in terms of money - and how well this also applies to man - and I hope you will enjoy the small but delicate watercolor by RAFFET. Herewith, you will find my firm's invoice in this respect, amounting to $55 (fifty-five dollars) plus city sales tax. Shortly I shall avail myself of your kind invitation to call, and I will telephone you for this purpose. Looking forward to seeing you soon again and with personal regards, Sincerely yours, Germain Seligman Benjamin Sonnenberg, Esq. 19 Gramercy Park South New York 3, New York [[right margin]] Sonnenberg [[/right margin]]
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