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CONFIDENTIAL


TO: FROM:

SIP L. Musa R.T. Elliott
C.I.D. Headquarters % J. Irwin
Nairobi C.I.D. Headquarters
Nairobi

12/9/79

Dear Lawrence,

Thank you for the Zambia ivory list that we looked
at together with the Nairobi Airport lot. I promised at
that time I would let you know the meaning of the markings
on the Zambian ivory. The answer is as follows:
SouACC Ye., ~ ~i.j~
Ex 6 23Kg. LKA/78/1505/
Ex 7 17kg. CHI/78/658
Ex22l 23kg. LKA/18/1504
Ex 35 16kg. CHI/78/658 (?)
Ex 43 19kg. LKA/78/1427

I placed the question mark against 658, as this
number was not certain but the coding was clear. For
CHI read Chipata, Zambia. For LKA read Lusaka, Zambia.
I can arrange an accurate valuation for you if it
is desired of both lots. It will probably be best to do
this when the fourth wooden box is back in your hands.
I can say that neither lots would be valued at less than
U.S.$ 80 a kilo, and it is probable that it will be
nearer an average of more than this if valued accurately.
The Wildlife Conservation and Management Department is
not in a position to value ivory accurately, and so
I would not advise you to use them for this valuation.
The Nairobi lot will certainly go at U.S.$100 per kilo
if put into auction (subject to the last box being of
the same grade as those we looked at together).

Yours Sincerely,



R.T. Elliott

cc. Mr. J. Irwin
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OFFICERS OF THE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT UNDER
ACTIVE INVESTIGATION FOR BREACHES OF THE LAWS IN NOVEMBER 1979

1. John Kimanzi Mutinda Director of the WCMD and former Chief Game
Warden.
2, Peter Muange
3. Joshua Oromoi
4. Bernard Munywoki
5. Henry Mulandi
6. G, Kuseru
7. M. Kaetanny
8. Titus Watengo
9. Jack Okello
10. D. Odhiambo
11. Mulova
12. S. Thome
13. Kifany
14. Oloo
15 Wazir Ali
16. Capt Henry Mulenya
17. Mabinda
18. Nahashon Sindiyo
19. Major Theodore Matias
20. Panyako
21. Francis Mukungi
22. Dadsom Mugwe
23. D. Nyeki
24. Samson ole Tipis
25. Tipis
26. C. Mwangi Accountant
27. c. Kimeria Accountant
28. S. Kiambi
29. B. Amoko
30, Otogo
31 Robert Ondiek
32 Joram Longogini
33 M. Munge
34 M Keiller
35. D. Manene
36. Rebman Ruhlu
37. D. Haji Ogle
38. R. Rhova.
39. Silas Muriithi
40. Kaitambo
41. Wanjohi
42. C. Muthui
43. S. Mosi
44. G. Kamau
45, Ali Hajil Jama
47. Silas Kifani

At the time there were 77 Wardens in the Department: thus RTE had 61% of
them under investigation.



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ER BUNDESMINSTER FUR ERNAHRUNG, LANDWIRTSCHAFT UND FORSTEN



DeBundesminister f~r Enihrung, Landwlrtschaft und Forsten
Postfach 14 02 70, 5300 Bonn 1
BT Airmail


Nr. R.T. Elliot
c/.doJ. Irwin
Deputy Director of C.I.D.
P.O. Box 300 36
Nairobi / Kenya

Ihre Nac'rlcht yom Mein Zeichen 7 Durchwahl Nr. Datum
(bitte be! Antwort angeben)
7. 623-76082-4 (0 2 7- 3777 6 November 1979
Betreff

,, Washington Convention (CITES)
Your letter of 10 October 1979 CID/SEC/2/6/2/II/124


..Dear Mr. Elliot,

I herewith acknowledge receipt of your a.m. letter as well as of
,: the questionlaire which was transmitted to me by the Bundeskriminal-

ame..t.

I Referring to your letter of 10 October 1979 1 should like to repeat
x.xplicitly that the Federal Republic of Germany did not seize any
ivory coming from Kenya.


I1.n order to clear up an apparently existing misunderstanding I
should like to inform you as follows:

In-,April 1979 I sent copies of the export documents nos. 72 408,
'245 416, 255 408, 235 440 and.235 441 to the Secretary General of
'.the Secretariat of the Convention, Mr. Peter Sand. These export
documents were issued by the "Republic of Kenya, The Wild Animals







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Protection.,;Act" and by the "Ministry of 1&ldlife".
Since Kenya had not applied the Convention unti 45 March I97),
e documents were approved as comparative- documents of a Non-
o, ect g, State according to Article X of the Convention. The
~aonly reao- for me to send these documents to the Secretariat
w> ,was.that the time limit according to Article VI paragraph 2 of the

Convention had not been adhered to. Document no. 235 408, for
iK example, had been issued on 28 February 1978, although the ivory

was. not cleared through the main Customs in Frankfort until
",9 February 1979. Since these documents as has already been
stated earlier were only comparative export documents, which
+i had moreover been issued by authorized Kenyan agencies, the German
customs authorities did not see any reason to call the documents
'in .uestion
Owi.g.to an error of transmission, Mr. Sand informed you in his

letter of 25 April 1979 that the ivory had been seized in the
"Fedber'al..Republic of Germany. This is not the case, the merchandize
was, imprted and passed on to the Weinz Company.

.I send -you .this letter as a preliminary information. Your question-
nairewill be completed as soon as my investigations will have been
terminated.

Yours sincerely,
by order,



(Dr.. Emonds)


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Dear ds

I -cknowledge -reeipt of your letter of 6 Tovamprt 1979
to h'an todto, and am sceki, som clarific.tion before ptoce.in:
further' .

The investigation into the i.-.Locerus horn contLues.

It would be of value to 1mow the destination (Weinz Oompanj)
and fr'm whom the ivoz olerod -n 9th Fembrwuy 1979 was dispatched.
It was presumablv clared for inprtation on that date, I would
be grateful also to receive v ny details of how the coisinmmcnt
was mae up ia confirmation of which Airline transported it eto
with a ir "a ill nuner tc.


Yours0 sincerely,






DER1 BUNDESMINISTER FOR ERNAHRUNG, LANDWIRTSCHAFT UND FORSTEN

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Main Zeichen Bonn, 24 January 1980

By Airmail
Express Letter


Mr. R.T. Elliot
c/o J. Irwin
Deputy Director of C.I.D.
P.O. Box 30 036

N'a i r o b i/Kenya



Washington:Convention .(CITES)
Your letter of 10 October 1979 CID/SED/2/6/II/124
My letter of 6 November 1979 623-76082-4



Dear Mr. Elliot,


I hope that, by today's letter, I will be able to help you
in identifying the Hassaco Company Ltd., which has become
known here as a result of its attempt to illegally import
rhino horns. As you informed me in your letter of 10 June
1979 CID/SED/2/6/2/11/78 -, the Hassaco Company is not
registered in Kenya. It was, however, the consigner of the
rhino horns which were seized in the Federal Republic of
Germany and which were delivered in Kenya (see my letter of
5 September 1979 623-76082-4).


Since the Hassaco Company also delivered ivory into the
Federal Republic of Germany on behalf of the Weinz Company
(see my letter of reference, export documents nos. 72 408,
235 416 and others), I had investigations carried out gs to




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where the purchase price of the ivory was transferred to.
Part of the ivory was dispatched by the "M/S Maramoja & Co."
and the "Holiday Curio + Crafts" Companies, both of them in
Nairobi/Kenya. The bills, however, were dispatched by the
Hassaco Company Ltd.; so it must be assumed that "Hassaco
Company Ltd." is a cover name. The purchase price of the
ivory shipped by the "Hassaco Ltd., Kampala via Nairobi" was
transferred to the Banque Pariente, 12 Rue de Rive, CH-1211
Geneva/Switzerland, reference "Bakerloo", on instructions
from the said company.


I hope that my information will enable you to find out the
identity of the Hassaco Company.


Yours sincerely,
by order



(Dr. Emonds)





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Mr., Peter Sand
Secretary General
Secretariat CIS
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PRESIDENT:
PROF. DR. DR. B. GRZIMEK

O RSTAND:
DR. KARL KLASEN
President der Deutschen
Bundesbank i. R.
BRUNO H. SCHUBERT
Generalkonsul
AR. RICHARD FAUST
rektor des Zoologischen
rtens Frankfurt

KURATORIUM:
HERMANN J. ABS
PRINZ BERNHARD
DER NIEDERLANDE
WILLY BRANDT
Altbundeskanzler
FRITZ I. DIETZ, KONSUL
President der Industrie-
und Handelskammer
PROF. DR. WALTER HALLSTEIN
DR. HELMUT KOHL
CDU-Parteivorsitzender
. DR. JUR. REINHOLD KURTH
leitender Direktor der
Stadtsparkasse Frankfurt/M.
PROF. DR. DR. KONRAD LORENZ
DR. MARTIN NIEMOLLER
Kirchenprasident a. D.
PROF. DR. ERWIN STEIN
Bundesverfcissungsrichter i. R.
DR. ING. E.,H. FELIX WANKEL
PROF. DR. ERICH WELTER



KONTEN:
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"FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50010060
NR. 305138 EFFECTENBANK
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NR. 3-02236-5 BERLINER
HANDELS- UND
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BLZ 50010111
NR. 69-12265 COMMERZBANK AG,
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50040000

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NR. 47-601 POSTSCHECKAMT
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50010060
NR. 80002 STADTSPARKASSE
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50050102
NR. 35556.9 EFFECTENBANK
WARBURG AG, FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50120717
NR. 2400.440 POSTSCHECKKONTO
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Telefons
0611-212
3727


Datum :

Aug. 9, 1979


Dear Mr. sand,



Excerpt from a letter which we have just received and might
interest you (I uote Uterally) 2


I am w4419n about the inIt onal trade in raw
African, el0hant tusks which is carried an in Europe.
... Nevertheless, this past June 6th I saw more than
sixteen, tans of these tusks unloaded from an Aer Touras
aircraft at the Basel, 'Switxerland, airport. I then
ande inquiries about this with airport personnel and
they informed me that it was a frequent event. For your
information, Aer Touras is a smill charter airline based
in Dublin, Ireland."


Maybe this is one of these dark channels and appropriate
investigation should be made. Please keep me informed about
the resulats if there are any.



Best regards,





Dr. Richard Faust


6c : Mr. John A. Burton, Charman
IUCN/BSC TRAFFIC Group
C/O Fauna Preservation SocietyRegent s Park, London

cc Mr. 1. T. Xltot
c/o Mr. J. Irwin, Deputy Direotor, CID, Box 3oo36, Nairobi
7 ---7------------------------------------
May I on this occasion also thank you for your letter of
23 July 1979 answering my question of 7 July pertaining to
the illegal export of the 141 rhino horns
ROckantwort nur m6glich bei Angabe unseres Diklatzeichens y sincerely,
Hergestellt aus 100% Altpapier

Dr. R. Faust






CONFIDENTIAL
TO: FR:
I r. Richard Faust R.T. Elliott
Direktor des Zoologischen % R. Goodwin
Gartens Frankfurt Box
GERMANY Nairobi, KENYA

Sept. 3, 1979

Dear Dr. Faust,
Thank you for the copy of your letter to Mr. J.
Burton. I had in fact written to Mr. Burton asking him
to take no action on my earlier request, since I had
learned that he is unused to my type of work. Unfortunately,
my letter obviously arrived too late to be of use.

I would suggest &n the future you send amy c~n-

fdrmation to myself, or Mr. J. Irwin and not copy it
to Mr. Burton or Mr. P. Sand. They can be told after
investigation and police action are completed.


Unfortunately at this stage the airlines are
cooperative and the whole matter is best handled from
hbre through our own contacts. Later we may be able to shame
the companies into cooperation.


Yours Sincerely,


R. T. Elliott









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Pl0as0 iS f t e, it 1ettOPs 04e oopied else-
whete -use SW address as unden-
q x/o r. as @todw18
Nationd laftoriats rodit (r.A.) Mtd.,
P.O. Box 445"s
RAIP01M#

It wIll be of value to know the %me and
Registratito Samber of the Airovt which ave betag used to
naw the item metiond4 In "ur lo-ttor It will alvo be
st vJlve to know from whore those item arivi before being re-
dtreeted tO BASAL sad I would ask wAn Of th three pona to
whom the letter dtweoted is to follow up this sattol, mt*oe it
three sopewte line. of inVeottation ae started, It is asmst
oortaSs that the matter wi12 be blou and alterativo routes will
be opened whioh will reault in father doleVl, euchas reovatly
oooemed due to premature disolv res of cafidential Intomation.
I would oug $ Xr. John B3ua =Wg be is the bet position t
0au out this probing acdif this to acred. I eugioeit we loave
it to him to proceed its his own tine to obta nase muek detail as
possible bearing In mind we dO not want the souroe to dwg up
until suc tia* as all Prliolpale have been fuIig doomonted
and we ae Ins a position to oatoh the Big Fish.

Too* sincere"




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HILFE FOR DIE BEDROHTE TIERWELT



F- Zootogische Gellscoft von 18,58 e.V., Alfred.Brehm-Patz 16,6000 Frankfurt/M. 1

Mr. John .A. Burton



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Zoologi44al Gardens
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:PRESIDENT:
PROF. DR, DR. B. GRZIMEK

TAND:
DR. KARL KLASEN
President der Deufschen
Bundesbank i. R.
BRUNO H. SCHUBERT
" Generalkonsul
DR. RICHARD FAUST
-Ditektor des Zoologi dcen
Gardens Frankfurt


KURATORIUM:
HERMANN ABS
PRINZ BERNHARD
DER NIEDERLANDE
WILLY BRANDT
Altbundeskanzler
FRITZ I. DIETZ, KONSUL
Prsident der Industrie,
und Handelskammer
PROF. DR. WALTER HALLSTEIN
DR. HELMUT KOHL
CDU-Parteivorsitzender
DR. JUR. REINHOLD KURTH
Leitender Direktor der
Stadtsparkasse Frankfurt/M.
4 &OF. DR. DR. KONRAD LORENZ
MARTIN NIEMOLLER
"iKrchenprasident a. D.
PROF. DR. ERWIN STEIN
Bundesverfassungsrichter i. R.
-DR. ING. E. H. FELIX WANKEL
PROF. DR. ERICH WELTER



KONTEN-
NR. 5115-608 POSTSCHECKKONTO
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50010060
NR. 305138 EFFECTENBANK
WARBURG AG, BLZ 50120717
NR. 3-022365 BERLINER
HANDELS- UND
FRANKFURTER BANK FRANKFURT/M.,
BLZ 50010111
NR. 69-12265 COMMERZBANK AG,
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50040000


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Datum,
Aug. 31, 1,


Der M' Buro,


Tbhak you for sending =e a en
to .Aer Touras: -in Dublin;.


of your letteIr o 15 Auguit 1979


Frankly speaking, 2, 4n k*t thinkthat it wa1 e 0vs t~o writethis,
lete.Now the, aiize, is 'arI d t old ,hav benbttr
kep c14 loeyee oil Mii Touras -first' wex tofn out from. where-
:the ivory arrives: befot. being redireccted to xasil, ead .f~r whom it
is .patived. I am. Afai. this will Po longer,*be possL1q. w afterX
hAVg put theii on the alrt


.40 ItM Re, To suiot, witobi
Cc a Mr. Peter 6Und, Mge


Copy for your information.
Yours sincerely,



Dr. Richard Faust


KONTEN FOR DIE AKTION
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NR. 47-601 POSTSCHECKAMT
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50010060
NR. 80002 STADTSPARKASSE
FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50050102
NR. 35556.9 EFFECTENBANK
WARBURG AG, FRANKFURT/M., BLZ 50120717
NR. 2400.440 POSTSCHECKKONTO
OSTERR. POSTSPARKASSE/WIEN


Rdckantwort n u r m8glich bei Angabe unseres Dik'atzeichens
Hergestelft aus 100%/. Altpapier








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tional' Industrial Credit$
P.Oi Box_44599..
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Nr. J. Surtout


0/. juna Peseran soo01 etve
Regents Pu*-#





"boar NI. Burton1
Please take no aotion on 8r letter
dated 15th Amgustg,1979, addressed to Dr. tauit -
I eot their means,*

Tours sizoore~2.,


L T. NLT




,CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES OF WILD FAUNA AND FLORA
SECRETARIAT
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bD/l/I.22KE Mr. Ellis T. Monks
*S/e/~.6World wildlife Fund-Kenya
P.O. Box 24603
Nairobi
Kenya






ist June 1979






Dear Ellis,


Thank you very much for your letter of 19 May 1979 and your earlier
correspondence regarding ivory trade and rhino horn from Kenya. I
have written to the United States for confidential information on the
bank transfers concerned, and I shall let you know as soon as I receive
any details.


Regarding documentary evidence in Germany, the CITES Management Authority
has assured me that they will keep custody of the ivory certificates in
question. As to the postal parcel which contained the rhino horn and
which carried a Nairobi sender address, it has been decided to send it
directly to the Attorney General through diplomatic pouch from the Kenyan
Embassy in Bonn. This shipment has left and should by now be in the
hands of the Hon. Charles Njonjo. It would appear that he is fully aware
of the case and has discussed it with Mr. Wolfgang Burhenne, Chairman of
the IUCN Environmental Law Commission.

I was pleased to hear the news of Mr. Sindeyo's appointment, which means
that he will be our official contact as the designated CITES Management
Authority for Kenya.


With best regards.
Yours sincerely,



Peter H. Sand,
Secretary General

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R. Idzerda


Administered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources on behalf
of the United Nations Environment Programme








i.T. &'LLIOTT
c/o J. P. IRIN
DEPUTY 9II ET~d OF O. L D.
P. BOx 30036,
NAIROBI*

13th November, 1979
feter 'I. Sand
oeecmetary General,
C. I. .E.3.
I. U. C.N.
111. & Morges,
SWITZ-RLAD



Dear Sirf

I enclose a photostat of Dr. Emonds letter of 6th November, 1979.

I would be grateful for some olarification in view of your
letter Ref. SV. 08 32 B/K/ 2 of 25th April, 1979.

Your urgent reply will be much appreciated since I am preparing
a report for the authorities here which Us to go in very soon.

The other investigation is continuing.



Yours faithfully,




ELL





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DiI/I.22DE
PS/el/16 (2)


Dr. C. Emonds
Bundesministerium ffir Ernlhrung,
Landwirtschaft und Forsten
Postfach 140270
D-53 BONN 1
Federal Republic of Germany


Gland, 28 February 19S0


Dear Dr. Emonds,


1. Amond the ivory export permits subm
bi thi.A lera1 iLepulic of Germany on 2
pernits fromi Kenye:

1o. 235411, citel February 1976, for
No. 235404, dated 23 February 1978, for
No. 72408, dated 1 April 197;, for
total


itted to the Technical Expert Committee
9-31 January 1980 were the following


200 kg
120 kg
4068 kg
4388 kg


All the above-mentioned permits were presented for import in the Federal
Republic of Germany during 1978, i.e. more than six months from the date on
which they had been granted. According to Article VI, paragraph 2, of the
Convention these permits were thus invalid at the time of their presentation
in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Under these circumstances, the import of these specimens (for which the
customs revenue of the Federal Republic of Germany must have been at least
US$ 50,000) must be considered as trade in violation of the Cotvention, as
referred to in Article VIII. I would appreciate receiving your information
on any relevant facts and your proposals for the future prevention of such
violations. In accordance with Article XIII, paragraph 3, the Secretariat
will report this information to the next meeting of the Conference of the
Parties.

2. It would appear that the Kenyan permits concerned were all presented by-
the same ivory traders (Gebr. Weinz, Hauptstr. 30-32, 6581 Veiterodt, Tel.
06781/31071; acting through Mr. Trainer Braun, Idar-Oberstein, Tel. 06781/31171)
and airfreighted through the same freight forwarders (Transatlantic Speditions
GmbH & Co. KG, Neptunstr. 18-22, 2800 Bremen 1).
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Messrs. Weinz and Trans-Sped were also the consignees of the 141 rhira horns
from Kenya confiscated by the Bremen Customs Office on 23 March 1979. From
recent information it now appears that the consignees may indeed have planned
the rhino horn transaction in advance:

(a) Masurs. Weinz had already made enquiries about the market for rhino horns
in 1978, i.e. about one year before this seizure. Mr. H.J. Liebchen of
the BEY was aware of these enquiries.

(b) On 22 March 1979, inoediately after the arrival of the horns in Bremen,
a Mr. Mahn of Trans-Sped telephoned the Bremen Customs Office and asked
for permission to re-export the horns by mail (see letter of 23 March
1979 from Hauptzollamt Bremen-Ost, SV 0832B-P).

(c) The firm of Hassaco Ltd., un&whose address the horns were mailed from
Kenya, appears to have had previous business relations with Messrs. Weinz
and probably received payments. It is possible that this firm is
identical with another firm (C. Hashan Inc., Hong Kong) previously involved
in ivory transactions, including payments to certain Kenyan government
officials through a bank account at the Republic National Bank of New York.
The fir, appears to have a Swiss bank account, too.

I would appreciate receiving your information on action taken in this case. I
also wish to refer to the earlier requests for information on ivory trade
reiterated in my letter of 17 January 1980. Enclosed please find a further
recent advertisement for ivory, in the "Siddeutsche Zeitung" (23/24 February
1980), at the record price of DM 526 per kg.



Yours sincerely,


Peter H. Sand
Secretary General



cc: Dr. I. Douglas-Hamilton, Nairobi


Enc.


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Mr. Daniel Sindiyo
Director, Wildlife Conservation
Management Department
Ministry of the Environment and
Natural Resources
NAIROBI
Kenya


Gland, 27 March 1980



uar Mr. Sindiyo,

Qkr Secretariat has been informed that your Management Authority issued an
port permit No. 286534 on 20 April 1979 for 2 leopards and 1 black
Maoceros, sent to the Baghdad Zoo. As these species are listed on Appendix I
d the Convention, I would appreciate knowing whether the requirements of
Ith Convention were complied with in this case.

k have also been informed by the Belgian authorities that a shipment of
wIory from Kenya (262 tusks weighing 1'248.6 kg; consignee: VANECO) arrived
a Brussels airport on 22 April 1979. As Belgium is not a Party to CITES, the
lvory was admitted without export documents and no further information on the
origin was available.

Yours sincerely,
Peter Sancr


Peter H. Sand
Secretary General




bee: Dr. I. Douglas-Hamilton
Mr. E.T. Monks, WWF-Kenya (via NO-Coordinator)


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21 February 1980
623-76082-4/12.


Director of Wildlife
Department of Wildlife,
Fisheries and National Parks

P.O. Box I

Chiianga-Lusaka
Republic of Zambia


Washington Convention (CITES);
re: Seizure of 79 rhino horns at Frankfort Airport



Dear Sirs,

On 24 January 1980 a certain Mr. M.A. Mohamud Fowzi, born in
Isiolo/Kenya, on 6 August 1942, passport no. 086745 issued in
Kenya on I August 1979, entered the Federal Republic of Germany
via-Frankfort Airport.

His luggage 2 suitcases had already arrived at the airport
on 17 January 1980. When he was about to receive the suitcases,
the customs officer asked him about the contents. He affirmed
that the suitcases contained nothing but personal articles and
that he was not able to open them since he had lost the keys.
Later he submitted the export licence, a copy of which is en-
closed, and declared that the suitcases were to be sent as
transit goods to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia because he had lived
there for five years. The suitcases were opened, as the ex-
port licence designated the Federal Republic of Germany as
the country of destination. The contents 79 rhino horns









(Appendix I of CITES) were seized, since the required import
licence was missing. The export licence was not issued by your
department, which, as the Secretariat of the Convention informed
me, is the competent authority under CITES.

As I suppose that this is an infraction of CITES I kindly ask
you for further information.


Yours sincerely,
by order,



(Dr. Emonds)
















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EXPORT PERM1T
(Ivory anJ rhinoceros horn)

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IVORY AND RHINOCEROS HORN


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A CONDITIONS OF ISSUE
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Origin a to Exporwer
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]NSIRUCTIONS TO EXrOwv1I' iS
1. A Fr.pirnte applIcMlinn in QW L,)UI'LICATE is required tilli eanc ong nhent. Five copies (if a
ech t:uo Eliohiig details of goo~s to be vxportd must lie atiarched.
2. An application for an Export Licenco may be rcfu.d. or quantities Appliid for cortniled, without
w. sibi1Ient of any reason.
8. A Licence, once isuod, is subject to alteration. modifteation or cancellation at any time and is not
t ransferable.
4. A certifcate of ]>-entinlity and/or Trport Licence if iisued by the Government of the country of
destinr.tion sbould be forv.arded with the applicnilon.
5. This Lie. ace must be produced to the Customs nuthorities i)ien,Bill of Eutry/Export is submitted.

For Use by Customs Department
EXPORTS AGAINST TIIlS LICENCE

I ]Balance
Bill of Entry Value ISignature of
Data Export No. Quantity K a Quantity Value CusoLs Offlcer

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PART II
1. (a) Why do you ,ish to export the goods f-.-6.7 .Aq1-.4,2.__._
(b) Detailed explanation required if goods not ofZambia orAgn .



2. Ifgoods not of Zambia origin, numbers of original import licence and bill of entry to be furnish


3. State amount received or to be received in payment for the goods, and in what currency- _.....4,__A.. LI


4. What is the approximate date on which payment is to bo r---ive-?-
5. State precisely details of the manner in which payment is to be received in Zambia.__-... ...)) /4

6. If emigrant and no movement of funds involved, please produce evidence of exchange control approval of
em igrant status. ~2.






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ISBUADLL forces attacked a niavalfoSesinstgurap
base said to be used by the Pales- \ va edo
&VI4nfutLe.banese coast durigA oksaFCr-h L-R7
-tengt n. -official anno~unce- wa uoegb tel
mgnt said toay. Eira emaec.%iihU
.It was niot immediately dis-rubyterm.a yivesc_
closed whether the at kwas-ata h'eesoit ea&
launfchby qi oFr naval forces dsUdtemntokan o~~
"the anuncement said' two idpnecfr-h omr
Isralis .were killed and eight tacioy
wounded ee~nteofe fsU-vri:
The bae was identified as Dabr ntaidnaPeYh
Burja- The army announcement -a ogaopse
said that guerrillas of,- the F~atah I racs otea e
Organisation hbad used it for 7-di bb o e ~taY
attacks. against Israel. THESE'f lia soders trinot6Biihd e~uofdfl met
The annoucement sad- the~ armouer b-aeiiIre.hgilgautswltaevrfoTmns rwhwilUasgzexuieyto4it-uril
base had also been used fo coba dutes for- Ertransstoute '-Adi
an: armsand 'amuntion depot.
K"The miss 14 wa -alccomplished
and the basewas estroyed," th _% YI SKk
- announcement said.
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Sunday, Ten taswil vie o tp4

;Pemer Sikh oi, i Ali, Aga

Kham-dathiahaijm~, Inerr 0SBf
Ngaras bad: Etreup

defending~A0~ h~a po ns. Narb plhayi W tr -up
tW o nIs/ e a~ 4.ais -e Impala; anereseet~ ain SiVrn Group ~
9a~~~theT~~~ablAt atandbars Patg -Narob Gtoym0khaiia~eib~~uu h~~rn ~ ~
bul a~s two-pber of Premier-b1 are~ ate r hom to K en Ca g-.'Agw
"EINGOare expected to tlea afte theirA m*y, Jgist~ Oelottfio thte~y ta t~i, Ramg 6fcn Mobaad inoeo h i ey ot a Lege matche hsweend e awa Sikh Unin. ,d yKhana .
The, wo lah a gtets uuAha t ake # ntcianGes to th3ep~. Uniont should gtlp-offithe makwt arb th absGonItiueSr
the r~ tble sadig it,1 pois from 10 gae ithBerethe.lau Luopor vitoie whl the 1 clas ewnls Nair ob BlJanues.lTh
sf~ame nmbe ofd oiteu aie ineio~ol vr .yaro- in kilers Katialyfr an %MaendA" co~peton, get of he
t aIth ome grondt, Teatl thth bla f O ch afenn father, t c lub' mer- sol;trc odcodsigit cintowesltr
N expected to, h ave tb3l- caHIn G Abe Ejtlt b t ary, w ail e r kelo yestrda y sethieath itor Two La ueI* "Tmro Swmia rethm-.

fatrhc has mde the steam~ Abaluhya on adka-e ay rate tete eet~ M'ariago Unite tifina odtineIC aeal imrLUar ek
season. ~ and- this can onl testfie by he while tumrra the asiame
l~~ela~an& t~uoee- are a~~eact ttfor will benwtie 45 mintooes ~ t sac w p~ ~L
Ifonydfnee alksoftek fence, ~ n',t*pe~ ef fomnd anonstooro -clashOgainst~flui~i
hav gt t ndlokig t te or i, hefitthelf Deavi f Knyae hat ni ar a t i e

marhaledby Josaphat- ,Murila 'ful-back, who is at his homne Gem messages from Mombasa yesterdarf st i '
thsaten ils father. pushoves AM capable 6f runng-the~ 10,000 meres under 28:0.0 and
The latest leagu tI also want to lower my time in th~e 50mte
tas is the league runrsu* Gbr stands at 13:26.8 sec". ~o ier~s k~o~
extra hr or il atig-o th>p~k Those were the words~ of Joshua Kmeo onpii of the HAPPYg~~t home.' Ken ya, athletes who arrived. in 14aioyestra frtepr-ae
fit MoW, Kaaega and the*ell HLming Johua trals scheduled to take place in Monbasa-oz Jun 7
cordinated Kisumu -otstaMs>'o h sm lih a
Gor Mahia startitir p-coun~try' Krieto 0I e -f 0) 1 )ite-saef~b a
tor iha aantMWa and Amov KIlP Amos Klpkorir w-ho Wilhtry is r NyiATINS Rpre
tour~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wihagm gis offa oi h rie luck in the 1,500 metres anid 3,0
thyteeita tm Ku eto, whov sad he had not Bolt haah oldsseo
Thnere is -no reason. why Mo the Unte States been taking part In several meets eat ever~ of 1.4.6see.
if tey eally mean to< Play Sould for theAKenya for the earliec part of the season
not~~~~~ win th twhace'th AAAlArc ecause of poor~ health, was o)ti- liauuh
weekend.,Butto d67rthis they wbt*Wd wealth G~ame misitc --that he would do his best Prisonsj shne
Trials to be held in Mombasa.
IL~f~LTAUL[in Mombaipsa on -And from Klpkorir who apPar-,-
KALTALEently lost somie of his~ en-route
isL brngn homet~ sai "IG: amj fine and if :alli not inlS8ycb l.
p~i Wfngn D6t L- GFG t.afetdb Mombasa 'climlate,
j> .i '20 oddl athltes Ihot do el"TEKnaPiosntil
steyf urrnty tu~dy- hze 4o e
kt Leweries 9 6 2 1 IG 13 14 ing n the US. The w world cecord-holders jets bc noNioiti vnn
3xuu 12 er4oo(,0 n-3,000~ at 8.1 0-1W. at teed0itZo
Htittir 5 2 6 9 12 Te tird grou meressteplecase an Samonteeplvist t)thaSeyheles urs


Cannos 9 2 2 -- -oother will arr efintely o feor the 480meflgt r a. m a lla mwtnRIMed

131th MndaZprne

Maha 6 4 -,-1' r Orgr 'Ogelsdta Kenyans wifll Vans, he thad81 payd thre tches
(Nakuru)I A0 3g 2 91 ;tary h 1. pt deitly g forsI he 4iNna metrd wi Tanzni and Seyhele






mega it 2el _4noii 1I lnjof

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FA M PACE 1 33. KomoJa sid he ltes

1978, all game trophiy delr ha
their, perits revoked P, Marchn~ ovrn
1 98 ~N. Deitrich, -BerJiii Strass 103, destroy its widiejust because-
X ~~~ ~ o 13,1978 "TheKisrs owe o hs of a few gry people who want
hel gfvepoi Late reI U etra 1 itwa to become rich quickly," he said.3
'-oie appealed to icanan~ht P.O. ins,'03_l w
mediCely "We shalmfroP cotnu e said.
~ith this opration uni all th ir r esa tjeM r. elicaelIO fet
legal trder ae ckigifl", hy-bn a-lgm rpis fet
said. w itj--2 hs er, l
The rids took! lce"'/t dawn -Th Peumnen SeJretiV th e "eersj
and in theafteron The items Miisr of Tors an idie m
tw~mtks to vansd a arriv t the Ministry's sectionat f satd

stwarmy of. ang~ aldt~~ 9i ~ll~Bie ry h ~i
'TX/IALand-R o n th-msem Paaliamen recntl approved 00 kls tbi e.ecoi
'At the section, the police evlisationmto effecterCound. o
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Thgentist of, ho tusks agd -calthat as yie ar plice~p sezd Ltysedyteplc ad
Wriin oni Wehe caron read: mQ
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4Jan.79 5479-5488 ( 275/- ? 0
15 Jan.79 3583-3588' 1651- 60
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24 Jaa.79 3668-3678 3025/- 1101
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31 Jan.79 3757-3771i 15 4175/- 152

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26 Feb.79 5107-5119 13 3475- (126)
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28 Feb.79 5147-5162 *(16) 4400/- 160

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c/o J. Irwin
C.I.D., Nairobi.

20th November' 1979


The Deputy Diector,
CID Headquarters
NAIROBI
for the attention
of MR. J. IRWIN:


Dear Sir,


HAND-OVER


I am handing over to you, for safe keeping,
following, pending decisions on my confidential report,
the outcome of it -


the
and


OFFICE NO. 13 containing:
Filing cabinet, bar, padlock and key, containing
the following documents:-


Bottom drawer
4th drawer
(1) (Form 5)


Directors Special Authorisation


Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number


I
51
101
151
201
251
301
351
401


to Number 50 1
to Number 1007 1
to Number 1507 1
to Number 200 1 1
to Number 250 1
to Number 300/ 1
to Number 350 I
to Number 400V/ I
to Number 450 V7 1


Book
Book
Book
Book
Book
Book
Book
Book
Book


To TOTAL NINE BOOKS

N.B. Book No. 451 500 already returned to
the Director thence to Mr. S. Pussey, and I
understand it has been completely used up now
Receipt handed over.

CONSENT FOR MINING FORM I


Two books


01 to 50
51 to 100 (unused)."






-2 -


FIRST TWO LOTS OF PACKING MATERIAL ex WEST GERMANY

Cotton and sacking labelled as follows:-

To M/S Spedition
Transatlantik
Neptunstrasse 18-22
P 0 Box 100905
28 Bremen West Germany


Marked Parcel No. 5401 ,/


26 MRC 79 8.4.

FROM HASSACO LTD KLA via NAIROBI


Packing No. 2 Parcel 5272 8.2. -'
To M/S Spedition (as detailed above)
From HASSACO LTD.

N.B. Posted Westlands, Nairobi Book 1."

CERTIFICATE OF POSTING A PARCEL P 127
Marked 1) Westlands 0354 5d55
Marked) Westlands 5456- 5tj
Marked 3) Westlands 5120 5J17V//
Marked 4) Kangemi 00019 070 v-
Marked 5) Book No. I Desai Road 0639 4484t/ i
Marked 6) Book No. 2 Desai Road 4485 9498 i.
Book 7) Mchumbi Road No. 861 1277t,/
Book 8) Travin Road No. 544 -221
THREE P. 121 Forms for identity of Clerk signature"
9) Book P. 168 ex Kangemi from 5.12.78 to 18.12.78 V
10) POLICE FILE MARKED WESTLANDS POST OFFICE
Contains Air Parcel Bil original of No. 39
of 1.3.79.
11) Photostatsof Airway Parcel Bill No. 3 to No. 172.'
12) Air Parcel Bills No. 74 to 117 collected by C/T
F. MLnyC

13) Two other packings ex West Germany
(a) Parcel No. 447 v
(b) Parcel No. 5266 .X








-3-


DRAWER NO. 3 filing cabinet
Game trophies returns General WC MD 20/1
Vol. I, IIII.


DRAWER NO. 2 filing cabinet

1. Wq4b Ivry Register
2. Momasa Ivory Register 1976/7
3. Mobasa Rhino Horn Register 1968
4. Nairbi Ivory/Rhino Horn Registpr No. I
5. -irobi Ivory/Rhido Horn Register N6. 2

Official Receipt Q 54301 to 54350
54251 to 54300
910851 to 910900
Issue/Receipt Note Book 11451 to 11500
Issue/Receipt Note Book 16151 to 16200


P.L.E. 1976 P.L.E. 2 1976 (Fo13)
Permit Lawful Export 72851 to 72900 (4) (for live animals)
Certificate of Ownership 288 251 to 288 300

Speiesro Type Skins anid other Skins A.P ."'
P.L.P. Vol. 1 Counterfoil Receipt Book Register
Certificate of Ownership F013 (Form 8 1977)
Counterfoil Receipt Book Register
MOMBASA official Receipt Books in Brown envelope
H 61870 to 618750
H 618801 to 618850
Issue Note 568001 568050

TOP DRAWER filing cabinet
Various files that will be listed separately and which will be handed
over detailing progress made and action awaited. The Officer taking
over these files will have the opportunity to question me on these and
clear up any points not understood. Many of the files are not as
complete as I would wish due to the various officers not producing
what I have asked for, or failing to take action requested by me.








- A -


EQUIPMENT in office


Office table, with key
Chairs four
Key of Yale lock (duplicate Mr. Gontier)
Filing cabinet, har, padlock and key
Keys of office door (1 yale, I other duplicate of
yale with Mr. Gontier.



Yours faithfully,






(R.T. ELLIOTT)
SUPERINTENDENT, KENYA POLICE RESERVE


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EMiO REIlNO 'QRN WEIGHT
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Date 3.3.7t to 10.3.78
18.3.78 to 17.5.78
6.8.78 to 27.12.78
27.12.78 to


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13.2.78
20.2.78 to
7.2.78 to


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No. 514 to 756 =
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1979


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The Managing Director,
Wildlife Conservatien,
P.O. Box 40241,
NAIROBI.


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RECHNUNG No.
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Verpackung Packng EmbaiIEota


Dear Sir,


Ref: PURCHASING OF IVORY


We understand that the Government i responsible for
selling Ivory in your Country. We are interested in
purchasing about 2,000Kg. of Ivory as we are manufac-
turing here and we mw use them as our raw material.
We can buy all type or kind of ivory. Please confirm
whether you can sell some to us and pri'" available
and date of delivery.

Ve hope you will consider our application.


Thank you,








GEBRFI EINZ


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Semi-precious Stones Ivory Articles
Cabochons Rings Beads Necklaces Fancyshapes
Gold and Silver Jewelry Rough Agate Amethyst
Citrin Raw Ivory


Gebr. Weinz -P.O. B. 3362 Idai-Oberstein 3 -6531 VeitsA.j


Director Wildlife and r
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P.O. Box No. 40241

Nairobi / Kenya


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we refer to our letter dd. 11.4.79.


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Awaiting your earliest rcply, we remain,


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P.O. Box 30678
NAIROBI.
25th June 1979



Dear Major Elliot,

Herewith I present a preliminary estimate of the value
of ivory I examined in the G.S.U. store on 21st and 22nd
June 1979. This estimate is rough but I believe to be
minimal and I will submit a detailed costing in about a
fortnight when freed from my present commitments.

There were three lots of ivory examined that were packed
ready for export, and my evaluation is as follows.

1. Destined for West Germany. 884.Bkg made up of 115 pieces,
average weight 7.7 kg. These I estimate to be worth
$60/kg, with a gross value of $53,088.

2. These tusks were referred to as destined for Gebr Weinz.
The first section of 5 parcels weighing 170.2 kg and
comprising 38 pieces variously cut ivory (Average 4.48 kg)
I estimate to be worth $50/kg. Overall #8,510.
The second portion was in 9 parcels containing 165 pieces
of rotten ivory all of which were marked with the one
word KALAWA and none bore any Government registration
marks. These grossed 562.6 kg, averaging 3.41 kg, which
I have valued at $20/kg, worth $11,252.

3. Destined for Hong Kong.
A. 31 packages of tusks weighing 1364 kg containing 294 pcs
averaging 4.64 kg per piece. This I have valued at
$50/kg for a gross value of $68,200.
B. This was 30 parcels of rotten and broken ivory
totalling 1244.3 kg comprising 955 pieces, average
1.3 kg per piece. I have also valued this lot at
$20/kg for a gross value of $24,886.

The total value for the above three consignments is
therefpre $165,936.

In addition there were 2 other lots of ivory in the G.S.U.
store, one of&which was referred to as APU ivory bearing no
Nairobi- registration numbers. This APU lot comprised 109 pcs
gross weight 291 kg, averaging 2.67 kg, which I have valued
at-$50/kg, worth $14,550.

The second lot contained 86 pieces all with Nairobi
t n numbers, wei hing 425 kg, average 4.94 kg, which
I have also valued at $50 kg, giving a gross value of $21,250.





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The overall value of ivory in the G.S.U. store was thus
$201,736, and I expect a more detailed valuation to raise
this estimate.

In addition to the ivory I examined 27 Rhino horns
weighing a total of 26.6 kg. Several were defective in that
they were weathered and had been damaged by insects. The
current market value for sound horn is 1350-375 per kg,
f.o.b. Nairobi, and I therefore think that the horn in the G.S.U.
store is worth at least $200/kg, i.e. gross $5,320.


Yours since:


.S.C. Parker





1:ILE- 4./t-,


PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL


The Deputy Director
Criminal Investigation Dept.
P.O. Box 30036
NAIROBI.

Attention :'Mr. Irwin


P. 0. Box 30678,
NAIROBI,
Kenya.


10th July 1979


Dear Sir

In response to your telephoned request of the 20th June
I accompanied Major Elliot to the GSU barracks at Ruaraka and
examined certain elephant tusks and rhino horns held there.
Herewith my report and valuation as asked for.


Yours fai


I. 9. C. Parker.









I, Ian Stuart Carlyle Parker, am a wildlife research & management
consultant, British, aged 43, reside in Malima Road, Langata,
telephone number 891392 and my postal address is P. O. Box 30678,
Nairobi. I am familiar with ivory and the trade in it from 8 years
service in the Kenya Game Department and 15 years as a private
consultant in which I have researched the business for several
clients. In the process I have both bought and sold ivory and am
familiar with the ivory markets of Britain, Belgium, West Germany,
France and Hong Kong. My most recent work in this field was from
1st July 1978 to 30th June 1979 during which I reported on the
world ivory trade in a survey funded by the Government of the United
States of America.---------------------------------------------------
On the 20th June 1979 I was asked by SSP Irwin of the CID Nairobi
if I would value certain ivory and rhino horn on behalf of the
Police. I agreed and on the morning of the 21st June 1979 was taken
to the GSU Headquarters, Ruaraka, by Major Rodney Elliot. There
I was taken to a store which was unlocked by a GSU officer and
a Mr Ruhiu and in which there were many elephant tusks. Some of
these loose upon the floor, or on a shelf which ran around the room.
Others were sewn into numbered hessian bundles. As there was not
enough space in the store to open the bundles and examine the ivory
I asked that they be taken outside. This allowed me to examine and
value the loose tusks without having to have them taken outside. Mr
Ruhiu said that they comprised two separate groups and requested that
I did not mix them. I agreed to this, but left it to him to make the
distinction between the two. The first lot presented and valued I
recorded as APU as every tusk with one exception had one or two
registration numbers beginning with the letters APU. The single
exception was registered TW/77/1057. The second lot of loose tusks I
recorded as NRB as every one had registration numbers prefixed with
the letters NRB. The valued loose tusks were then stacked at the
furthest end of the store and I asked that the hessian bundles be
opened. Mr Ruhiu pointed out that these fell into three lots and
asked that the contents should not be mixed. I agreed and he
separated them out. The first lot he referred to as for Afroasiatische
Kunst West Germany. The second he called Gebr Weinz and the third he
said were Parekh Hong Kong. In compliance with these divisions I made
separate valuations for each. The examinations and valuations took
two full working days, the 21st and 22nd of June 1979. At lunch breaks
on both days the store was locked by a GSU officer and additionally
with a padlock by Mr Ruhiu. The as yet unvalued ivory outside the
store was gaurded by GSU constables and staff from the Ministry of
Tourism & Wildlife. Overnight between the 21st & 22nd all ivory was
returned to the store, but stacked separately from that which had been
examined. Each time the store was re-openedMr Ruhiu, Major Elliot and
myself were in agreement as to what had been examined and what remained
to be valued. I am confident that no double-counting took place and
that every piece of ivory and rhino horn was examined. Major Elliot
and Mr Ruhiu were present throughout the opening of every parcel and
examination with one exception. Mr Ruhiu was absent for fifteen minutes
when package number 29 with 13 tusks, weighing 42.5 kg of the Parekh
Hong Kong lot was being valued.-----------------------------------------
I have classified all tusks according to the system most generally
used in East Africa and that which the Mombasa and Dar-es-Salaam
auctions have followed for the past 50 years. The values I have given
for each category are those which I believe any experienced ivory
merchant could expect to receive on the European or Honglong markets
uring the first five months of 1979. Realistic values for the ivory
in Kenya might be as much, but not more than US$5.00 per kilo less
than the figures I have given to cater for transport costs. The poss-
ible exception to this is rotten ivory where the ex-African price
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are those which it would fetch within the Hong Kong trade. All
values are given in United States dollars per kilo. My valuations
are as follows:-
Lot APU, 109 loose tusks weights suspect.
Grade Pieces Weight Value Total Value
Fankda sound or slightly Kg
defective 4 24.5 65.00 1,592.50
Calasia sound or slightly
defective 9 46.8 70.00 3,276.00
Male Maksub sound or
slightly defective 8 27.0 55.00 1,485.00
Female Maksub sound or
slightly defective 20 67.4 60.00 4,044.00
Male Dandia sound or
slightly defective 22 38.5 45.00 1,732.50
Female Dandia sound or
slightly defective 33 53.6 50.00 2,680.00
Defective tusks 12 32.87 45.00 1,479.15
Rotten ivory 1 1.4 25.00 35.00


Totals 109 292.07
Average value for the lot $55.89


Lot NRB, 86 loose tusks
Grade

Vilaiti sound or slightly
defective
Cutchi sound or slightly
defective
Fankda sound or slightly
defective
Calasia sound or slightly
defective
Maksub male sound or
slightly defective
Maksub female sound or
slightly defective
Dandia sound or slightly
defective
Defective tusks


Pieces


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per kilo


Weight Value
Kg


46.0

51.8

26.4

58.4

42.6

151.6

10.8
37.4


85.00

75.00

65.00

70.00

55.00

60.00

50.00
45.00


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Total Value


3,910.00

3,885.00

1,716.00

4,088.00

2,343.00

9,096.00

540.00
- 1,683.00


Totals 86 425.00
Average value for the lot $64.14

Lot Afroasiatische Kunst West Germany
16 parcels grossing 884.8 kgs with hessian
Grade Pieces Weight
Vilaiti sound or slightly
defective 4 95.0
Cutchi -.,sound or slightly
defective 13 126.5
Fankda sound or slightly
defective 47 326.1
Calasia sound or slightly
defective 40 262.5
Defective tusks 10 67.9
Rotten 1 5.0


27,261.00
per kilo


Value

85.00

75.00


Total Value

8,075.00

9,487.50


65.00 21,196.50


70.00
45.00
25.00


18,375.00
3,055.50
125.00


Totals 115 883.0
Average value for the lot $68.31


per kilo


60,314.50






3.

Lot Gebr Weinz
14 parcels grossing 732.8 kgs with hessian.
This lot consisted of 5 parcels of cut tusks, tips, centre sections
and butt-ends not subject to normal classifications, but sound,
usable ivory nonetheless. The weight of these sections totalled
170.2 kg valued at $50.00 Kg to give a total value of $8,510.00
The remaining 9 parcels contained 165 tusks or pieces all rotten -
none of which contained registration numbers but all had the word
Kalawa written on them. The gross weight of this rotten ivory
was 562.6 kgs valued at $20.00 per kg to give a total value of
$11,252.00. The overall value of the consignment was $19,762.00
Average value of the lot $26.97

Lot Parekh Hong Kong
31 parcels containing whole tusks & 20 parcels containing rotten
ivory. The total weight of the 31 parcels grossed 1,364.00 kg
with hessian and the 20 parcels of rotten grossed 1,244.3 kg with
hessian. 1 parcel of 27 rhino horns which grossed 26.6 kg with hessian.
Grade Pieces Weight Value Total Value
. Vilaiti sound or slightly
defective 7 145.0 85.00 12,325.00
Cutchi sound or slightly
defective 32 433.0 75.00 32,475.00
Fankda sound or slightly
defective 19 107.5 65.00 6,987.5
Calasia sound or slightly
defective 15 77.3 70.00 5,411.00
Male Maksub sound or
slightly defective 28 90.3 55.00 4,966.50
Female Maksub sound or
slightly defective 80 262.3 60.00 15,738.00
Dandia male sound or
slightly defective 17 22.0 45.00 990.00
Dandia female sound or.
slightly defective 55 77.2 50.00 3,860.00
Defective tusks 36 114.9 45.00 5,170.50
Rotten ivory 1,000 1,255.7 20.00 25,114.00
Totals 1,289 2,585.2 113,037.50
Average value of the lot $43.72 per kilo.

The value of the rhino horns was $200.00 per kilo to r0.


Signed.. r .....
S-. C. Parker
*0th July 1979











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