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February 5, 1946 Dear Mr. Peck: In partial reply to your letter addressed to Mr. Germain Seligman, please note that I have in front of me a consignment invoice from Bacri Freres, dated "Paris, September 1, 1937," for the following: 873I - I tapisserie Gothique "Scene de Mariage" Hauteur I m.50 Largeur I m.60 308 - I tapisserie L.XII "Retour de Defaite" Hauteur I m.30 Largeur I m.20 Will you also transmit this information to Mr. Francois Gerard Seligmann, who asked Mr. Georges Seligmann about this subject. Mr. Germain wants you as well as Mr. Francois Gerard to know that he gave this information to Mr. Armand Seligmann for the purpose of advising Bacri Freres that these [[underlined]] tapestries were still at our galleries [[/underlined]] in New York. Cordially yours, (O.A. Liechti) Mr. Arthur Peck 21 Quai Malaquais Paris, France ^[[initials]]
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