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|Archive reference number||NGA4/1/34|
England and Netherlands
Lord Cowdray, London, 22 August 1933*; Leggatt Bros, (Tythrop House sale) 25 August 1933; J H Hambro, London, 25 August 1933*; Asscher & Welker (viewing a van Goyen in the window) 28 August 1933; Admiral Sir Herbert Meade-Fetherstonhaugh, Uppark, Petersfield, 30 August 1933; William Dodge James, West Dean Park, Sussex, 30 August 1933*; Mrs H C T Hambro (not indexed), London and The Hyde, nr. Luton; Boymans Museum, Netherlands, 6 September 1933; Utrecht Museum, 6 September 1933, Haarlem, S Bavon, Rijks Museum,(Orange Exhibition); Commander L M Bridge, London, 11 September*; Knoedlers, 15 September 1933; Lady Arundell of Wardour, Wardour Castle, 16 September 1933; Mr and Mrs Walker Heneage, Coker Court nr Yeovil, 17 September 1933; Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 18 September 1933; St Saviours Church, Dartmouth, 23 September 1933; Mrs Peck, St Mary Church, 25 September 1933; Captain Anthony Fulford, Great Fulford, Dunsford west of Exeter, 30 September 1933; Exeter Guildhall, 30 September 1933; Buckland Church, 2 October 1933; Lt Colonel Reginald Bastard, Kitley, 3 October 1933; Lord Morley, Saltram House, Plymouth, Devon, 3 October 1933. 1 small loose paper with notes enclosed at page 17. Indexed at front. Numbered (33) on cover and (14) inside
|Alternative reference numbers||NG36/34|
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