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Mildred Barnes Bliss and Robert Woods Bliss to Royall Tyler, April 8, 1937 [2]

April 8, 1937

Tyler, Finanzministerium, Budapest.

Prefer concentrate efforts on securing objects mentioned fifth paragraph page one letter March first but if unobtainable authorize purchase Lucca panelBZ.1937.18. The ivory is called the Lucca panel because when Goldschmidt and Weitzmann published the ivory (Adolph Goldschmidt and Kurt Weitzmann, Die byzantinischen Elfenbeinskulpturen des X.–XIII. Jahrhunderts, vol. 2, Reliefs [Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1934], no. 37, pl. 14), its whereabouts was unknown and they used an engraving of the object that identified it as being in the city of Lucca. maximum six Stop. Would there be likelihood secure Gotha panelSee letters of April 8, 1937 [2]; April 9, 1937 [1]; April 9, 1937 [2]; April 16, 1937 [1]; April 16, 1937 [2]; May 22, 1937; June 3, 1937; June 16, 1937; June 26, 1937; July 6, 1937; July 25, 1937; August 21, 1937; September 4, 1937; October 25, 1937 [1]; November 23, 1937; December 13, 1937 [3]; February 28, 1938; March 31, 1938; July 10, 1938; July 29, 1938; August 10, 1938; August 16, 1938 [2]; December 20, 1938; and January 3, 1939. if Lucca purchased? Photographs objects mentioned first paragraph page three not yet received. Love. Milrob

 
Associated Places: Budapest (Hungary)
Associated Artworks: BZ.1937.18