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System Number: 05204
Date: 11 October 1901
Author: Eduard Rocksch Nachfolger[1]
Place: Dresden
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler R104
Document Type: MsLS


EDUARD ROCKSCH NACHFOLGER
BANKGESCHÄFT.

DEPESCHEN - ADRESSE:
ROCKSCHBANK DRESDEN.
GIRO-CONTO:
REICHSBANK - SÄCHSISCHE BANK.
TELEPHON: UMT I NR. 269
                                  "  4613.

DRESDEN,

DEN October 11th 1901

Mr. James McNeill Whistler,
8 Fitzroy Street
Fitzroy Square London W.

Dear Sir!

By order of the International Exhibition of Fine Arts 1901 at Dresden[2]. we shall remit to you to-morrow through the Direction der Discontor Gesellschaft of Berlin £50. / - / - say: Fifty Pounds Sterling in english banknotes, by which amount the assortment of pictures[3] (Radirungen) - which you delivered some time ago to the Royal Cabinet of Engravings, here and which assortment was formerly exhibited at the Universal Exhibition[4] [p. 2][5] in Paris - is fully paid.

Please acknowledge receipt and believe us to be, dear Sir, with sentiments of high esteem

Very respectfully yours!

Eduard R Nachfolger[6]


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Notes:

1.  Eduard Rocksch Nachfolger
Edouard Rocksch, banker [more].

2.  International Exhibition of Fine Arts 1901 at Dresden
[Exhibition], Dresden, 1901.

3.  pictures
See the letter from Max Lehrs, Director of the Konigliches Kupferstichkabinet, Dresden, regarding the purchase of six etchings (#00947).

4.  Universal Exhibition
Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1900.

5.  [p. 2]
'London' is circled at the top of the page.

6.  Eduard R Nachfolger
The signature is virtually illegible.