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Austrian flag Honorary Consulate of Austria in Atlanta

Address4200 Northside Parkway NW
Building 1, Suite 30
Atlanta GA 30327
USA
Phonelocal: (404) 264.9858
international: +1.404.264.9858
Faxlocal: (404) 266.3864
international: +1.404.266.3864
Emailferdinands@seefriedproperties.com
HoursMonday: 08.30-17.00, Tuesday: 08.30-17.00, Wednesday: 08.30-17.00, Thursday: 08.30-17.00, Friday: 08.30-17.00

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Ivan Millender, Attorney, Atlanta
Tue, 5 May 2015 23:08 EDT
Austrian Historical Portrait
Dear Sir: a client of mine owns a large original portrait of Graefin Rosa Loewenstern Razumovsky, wife of Graf Kamilo Razumovsky von Wigstein. He wishes to
inquire as to possibility of gift of painting to an interested Austrian museum.
She holds music score in hand--Beethoven (ref, Razumovsky String Quartes Op.59.
Any referral or connection in this matter will be appreciated.
(personal Atlanta ref, Mona (Hon Consul, Turkey) & Philip Sunshine.

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