Sample letter of thanks for a gift, example letters for wedding, birthday and Christmas gifts
For a wedding gift (A) 898 East 53rd Street May 5, 1922. My dear Mrs. Elliott, The bouillon spoons are exquisite. It was simply lovely of you to send us such a beautiful gift. Leonard wishes to express with me our deepest appreciation. With all good wishes, I am Sincerely yours, Dorothy Evans Duncan. (B) 898 East 53rd Street May 8, 1922. My dear Mrs. Callender, This is the first opportunity I have had to thank you for your wonderful gift. But, as you know, our arrangements were changed at the last moment and many of our wedding gifts we did not have time to open before going away. So we hope you will forgive us for the delay. We are now back in town established in our new home and I want you to know how appropriate are those exquisite candlesticks. Mr. Duncan and I are both deeply grateful for your thought of us. Yours most sincerely, Dorothy Evans Duncan. For a Christmas gift 134 Bolton Place December 28, 1923. My dear Alice, Your handsome Christmas gift is something I have wanted for a long time, but never could get for myself. The bag and its beautiful fittings are much admired. I send my warmest thanks for your thoughtfulness in selecting it. More Free Sample Letters at sample-letters.co.uk
Very sincerely yours, Mary Scott. For a gift received by a girl from a man 400 Ellsworth Place April 14, 1922. My dear Mr. Everett, Thank you for your good wishes and for your lovely gift in remembrance of my birthday. It is a charming book and one which I am very anxious to read. It was most kind of you to think of me. Sincerely yours, Katherine Judson. For a gift to a child 798 East 38th Street, December 31, 1923. My dear Mr. Basset, Your wonderful Christmas gift to Barbara came this morning. She is wholly captivated with her beautiful doll and I am sure would thank you for it if she could talk. Let me thank you for your kindness in remembering her. Cordially yours, Dorothy Evans Brewster. For a gift to another 49 Maxwell Avenue, Bayview, Long Island, July 15, 1923. My dear Mr. Haines, I appreciate very much the exquisite flowers which you so kindly sent to Mrs. Evans. She is rapidly improving and will soon be about again. We send our warmest thanks. Very sincerely yours, John Evans. More Free Sample Letters at sample-letters.co.uk
For favor shown to another 500 Park Avenue, November 25, 1922. My dear Mrs. Howard, You were very kind indeed in entertaining my cousin, Mrs. Douglas, during her stay in your city. I am exceedingly grateful and I hope to find some way of reciprocating. Very sincerely yours, Katherine G. Evans.
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