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Goatskin parchment cream wove with silk, ca. 1925 [realia]
Bib ID 4392974
Format ObjectObject [realia]
Description between 1900 and 1955 
1 sample : goatskin & silk ; 29.2 x 45.6, folded to 29.2 x 22.8 cm. 
Series

Textile samples, 1900-1955

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on inscription.

Part of the collection: Textile samples, 1900-1955.

In: Hardy Wilson collection.

Inscriptions: "1196- Goatskin Parchment Cream Wove Dou. Medium 88 lbs. 500s"--Printed on lower edge. "The Ruskin Press"--Stamped on lower right corner.

Condition: Slight yellowing and ink smudging.

Subjects Parchment -- Specimens.
Other authors/contributors Ruskin Press

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