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PHILADELPHIA, July 12, 1919

Mr. Eu[[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]]gene Glaenzer,
705 Fifth Avenue,
New York City, N. Y.

Dear Mr. Glaenzer:-

In connection with the Garden for Mrs. A. Hamilton Rice, Newport, R. I., I am authorized by her to offer you the following pries for the statuary, etc. which you discussed with her something ago.-

^[[1073]] Two old vases #698 - $ 800.00  ^[[800]]
^[[1077-6948]] Garden Group, Appolo and Cupid, - ^[[N.Y]] 2,500.00 ^[[3200]]
^[[4078?]] One group of two figures, 18th Century,-[[underline]]4,000.00 ^[[5500]][[/underline]]
$7,300.00 ^[[9500]]

For your information that in case you are unable to accept these prices, she has authorized me to ask Mr. Greber to secure for  her objects of equal artistic value to the ones which you have recommended to her at prices not exceeding those which I am offering you.

Trusting you will be able to accept this proposition, believe me,

Yours very truly,

Horace Trumbauer
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