if the value of those previously selected is less than $15,000.
2. The values assigned by the parties, respectively, to the pieces previously selected (Ex. D-1) should be set aside as contrary to the terms of the contract (Ex. P-3).
3. The earlier selection of pieces by plaintiff should not be set aside.
4. A qualified appraiser or appraisers should be appointed by the Court, at the joint expense of the parties, to appraise the pieces heretofore received by plaintiff and the Swedish and Austrian pieces remaining from the collection in defendant's possession.
Accordingly, we enter the following
Now, this 30th day of June, 1969, it is ordered that:
1. Defendant, Joseph Sataloff, be and he is enjoined and restrained, until further order of this Court, from selling or otherwise permitting to pass from his possession the Swedish and Austrian pieces remaining from the original collection after plaintiff's earlier selection.
2. Plaintiff, Jan Skala, be and he is enjoined and restrained, until further order of this Court, from selling or otherwise permitting to pass from his possession the pieces previously selected and received by him from the collection.
3. The respective values assigned by the respective parties to the sundry pieces previously selected and received by plaintiff be, and they are, set aside.
4. The prior selection and receipt by plaintiff of sundry pieces from the collection shall not be disturbed.
5. Plaintiff and defendant shall, within 20 days of the effective date of this order, endeavor to agree upon a disinterested, qualified appraiser and, upon agreement, shall notify the Court in writing, of the name and address of such person forthwith. Failing agreement each party shall, before August 5, 1969, furnish this Court with a list of disinterested, qualified appraisers and their addresses.
6. Upon agreement by the parties on a disinterested qualified appraiser, the Court will appoint such appraiser, at the joint expense of the parties, to make such appraisals at such times and places and under such conditions as the Court may direct.
Upon failure of the parties so to agree, the Court will appoint an appraiser or appraisers from the lists furnished by the respective parties or from any other source the Court may elect, at the joint expense of the parties, to make such appraisals at such times and places and under such circumstances as the Court may direct.
7. This order shall become effective upon the deposit by plaintiff with the Clerk of this Court of security, with approved surety, in the amount of $6,000, conditioned for compliance by plaintiff with all orders of this Court in this action.