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GĂ–RING COLLECTION

TRIP NO. 5  BERCHTESGADEN TO MUNICH - 30 JULY 1945

TRUCK NO 22 [[pencil check]]

13 Ptgs  uncased [[strikethrough]] 59 [[/strikethrough]]   72 Ptgs in 2 CASES TOTAL 85 PTGS
1 Sculpture altar, 1 piece sculpture, 1 painted cross
26 Tapestries 8 cases    approx 21 pieces stained glass.

[[Left-hand column]]
[[Circled letter - A]] ALTAR (SCULPTURE) THREE PANELS NO. 3   
STAINED GLASS PANEL No 3
PTG. NO  G-700
"    "   G-1
"    "   G-292A
"    "   G-292B
"    "   G-292C
"          975
"   Ohne nummer nichts Goring
"    "      "     "       "
"    No. G 686
"    "   G 119
"    "   G 118
"    "   G 492
"    "     133

[[Circled letter - B]] TAPESTRIES
420 x 705   370 x 345
350 x 355   291 x 324
394 x 388   470 x 320
352 x 337   410 x 420   
415 x 124
310 x 215   415 x 385
337 x 384   515 x 410
350 x 330   412 x 430
345 x 383   410 x 365
320 x 320   325 x 325
7 [[strikethrough]] 6 [[/strikethrough]] Tapestries ohne Nummer.
[[end column]]

[[Right-hand column]]
[[Circled letter - C]] KISTEN
[[underlined]]No III [[/underlined]]- 
Sculpture 67   Metal objects
    "     183  2, 3, 4, 5, 19,
    "     189  20, 21, 22, 32,
               33, 55
1 Crucifix [[strikethrough]] ohn [[/strikethrough]] G 125,

[[underlined]]No IV [[/underlined]]
INHALT  5[[7?]] A, B. C + D
              1 A, B C D
                68 
1 Crucifix ohne nummer

[[underlined]] No I [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] No XIII [[/underlined]] from Room 8
[[underlined]]one case [[/underlined]] ohne nummer (TELLER)
[[underlined]] No 14 [[/underlined]]        No 27
[[underlined]] No 26 [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] No 853 [[/underlined]]

[[Circled letter - D]]
[[underlined]] STAINED GLASS [[/underlined]]
1 BLANKET WRAPPED BUNDLE
  containing 7 panels (broken)
13 CASES CONTAINING 1 or 2 panels each


[[Circled letter - E]] 1 [[underline]] Sculpture. [[/underline]]. No 118

F 1 Painted Cross   G 312
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