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This letter was written by J. Chappell to an unnamed seller on 25 June 1921. In the letter, he requests to exchange a coat that he had bought. He sent the letter from Hocker Hill House, Chepstow.

Chappell wrote the letter on the same day that he bought the coat. His reason for wishing to exchange it was that he did not like the colour. He stated that grey and fawn tweed were preferable options and enclosed a pattern in the letter as an example of what he wanted. He added in a postscript that he wanted the new coat in the same size as the one that was the wrong colour.

Depository: Gwent Archives.

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