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  1. Lisa Mathers
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    Miss

    I have a query with regard to the formal writing of a business quotation.

    Could you tell me if the following is grammatically correct.

    Quotation example...

    Our address

    Our ref

    Company address

    date

    For the attention of....

    Dear Sirs

    RE:....

    MAIN LETTER

    Yours faithfully

    Name
    Co. Name

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    Re: Miss

    Rather than put "for the attention of", I'd simply put "Attention: ---- "

    Also, the traditional closings in business letters vary from country to country. I usually see "Sincerely" or "Yours truly" more often than "Yours faithfully."

    The rest of your sample letter looks fine.

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