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September 20th 1919. I have this day discovered that in Mr Yue's book of descriptions of his shipment, which arrived here before the objects came, - and from which we made our first lists,-he by mistake calls #121, Jade instead of Bronze. Hence in the first lists we made, in which we separated the paintings, pottery, jade, and metal objects, - making four lists and totalling the price for each group, - our total for the Jade group was therefore $200.00 more than it should have been, and the Bronze group was $200.00 less. The sum total remains unchanged. In the letters to Mr. Yue, dated Sept 1st and Sept 3rd, we have therefore made the statement that we offer Mr Yue for the Jades, - $13,135.00 instead of $12,935.00 and for the Bronze 9,475.00 instead of 9,675.00 Total...$22,610.00 $22,610.00 Note:- Yue # 121 is a bronze circular ornament, and the price for it, listed by Mr Yue is $400.00 Hence Mr. Freer's price, which is Mr Yue's list price less 50% discount, will be $200.00 Katharine N. Rhoades
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