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Thursday, 3 July 1930

Millie and Gertrude visit Felicity, bring her up to date, and ask whether she’d be willing to travel with them to Tunbridge Wells for an overnight trip, so that they can observe her again there. She’s still reluctant, but can arrange her work (some typewriting for hire, and writing weird fiction under a male pseudonym) so that she could get away on Monday evening.
The group takes a look at Bowen’s auction house. It seems above board; it’s clear that much of their business is “institutional” auctions, large amounts of fairly random stuff, and this includes police auctions every second Thursday. The catalogue for next week’s will be out tomorrow.
Gertrude observes the auction in progress, and buys a minor trinket. It’s clear that most of the buyers are professionals.
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