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Code Collection
HMarx  Bruxelles, Belgique-The Hugo Marx collection was removed from the Office des Propriétaires (Bruxelles) on January 26, 1944. 
HMLevy  Paris 
HOH  ERR collection 
HOR  Horovitz 
HPerls  Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
HStern  Anvers, Belgique-The belongings of Helene Stern and her family, including those of Frederic Stern, were stored at La Continentale Menkès, chaussée d'Anvers in Brussels, from which ERR agents removed them in a series of extractions. The removals began on 24 February 1942 and ended on November 2, 1943. 
HValensi  Paris 
HWalewijk  Bruxelles 
IGoldstein  Bruxelles, Belgique 
IHildesheim  St-Gilles/Bruxelles, Belgique 
III  Seligmann collection seized by DSK in July 1940 
ILevy-Cerf  Paris 
IZ  Paris 
Jac  Paris-Maurice Wolf Jacobson, a British national of Jewish descent, is most likely the owner of the JAC collection, as attested by the Devisenschutzkommando seizure of his paintings at the Westminster Foreign Bank, Ltd., in Paris, in July 1941. Part of the collection was stored at the Chateau de Chambord from which it was also removed and transferred to the Jeu de Paume. 
JAdler  Paris 
JArpels  Mougins 
Jav  H. Javal 
JBernheim  Paris 
JBernheim-Jeune  Paris region and Rastignac-While most of Josse Bernheim-Jeune's collection was spread out among properties in Paris and Fontainebleau, parts of it were transferred to the Rastignac estate in the Dordogne in southwestern France. On March 30, 1944, a combination of German troops, Georgian irregulars from Paris, SD agents from Perigueux and SS troops descended in the area around Rastignac. The castle was torched. After the war, a surviving witness attested to the fact that the art works had perished even though others attested to the presence of several trucks that left the castle grounds shortly before the fire was set. The fate of the art is unknown. 
JCahen  Paris 
JCassel  Bruxelles-Belgique-The "administrateur provisoire" of Cassel property in Brussels was Mr. J. van Ackere, 142, rue Defacqz in Saint-Gilles-Bruxelles. 
JdGunzbourg  Paris 
JdGunzburg  Paris 
JDreyfus  Paris 
JEngel  Paris 
JEU  Jeunesse 
JFDreyfus  Paris 
JGerson  Forest-Bruxelles The content of Gerson's apartment was placed in a German military truck. The Gestapo arrested Gerson in France in 1943 and deported him. He is presumed to have perished. 
JGoldschmidt  Paris 
JGoudstikker  Amsterdam 
JHeilbronn  Paris 
JHostie  Forest-Bruxelles, Belgique 
JKaufmann  Bruxelles, Belgique-The Gestapo seized Ms. Kaufmann's belongings on 25 August 1942. 
JKleinberg  Brussels 
JLambert  Paris 
JLantz  Paris-See Maurice Lantz 
JLindauer  Paris 
JMBlum  Paris 
JMenzel  Brussels 
JO  Henry Josef 
JPHirsch  Uccle/Bruxelles, Belgique 
JReder  Bruxelles, Belgique-24 works of art were removed from the Office des Propriétaires, 42, rue Wiertz, a storage company in Brussels. Other works were removed from 4, Square Marie Louise in Brussels. The Brüsseler Treuhandgesellschaft and the ERR were largely responsible for these thefts. Some of the items were transferred to the Jeu de Paume and were catalogued under the BN and FRE collection labels while others were sent to ERR HQ in Brussels, on rue du Chatelain. 
JReinach  Neuilly-sur-Seine 
JSchnerb  Anvers, Belgique 
JStrauss  Paris 
JThannhauser  Paris 
JTokkie  Anvers, Belgique 
JUR  Juralides 
JvanHenkel-Geukes  Apeldoorn, The Netherlands 
JZ  Jean Zay 

 
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