Morocco leather


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Morocco leather

the appearance of the abomasal mucosa, hyperplasia and covered with small, 2 to 3 mm diameter, circular nodules, in cattle with heavy infestations of Ostertagia ostertagi.
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Usborne experienced during the survey a more severe loss, in their stealing a small Kater's compass in a red morocco leather case, which was never recovered.
Inside was a case of morocco leather, on the top of which lay a note and a key.
Howard was especially noted for his beautiful watercolours on vellum and parchment, usually hand-bound in fine morocco leather.
Neither was printed in England, and both are bound in red morocco leather and have inlays of black, white, brown, and green with gold toolmarks.
THE book containing five tales was bound in morocco leather and embellished on the upper cover by Edinburgh silversmiths Hamilton and Inches.
The handwritten book, bound in brown Morocco leather, is mounted with hand-chased silver ornaments and seven moonstones.
Each of the seven copies are bound in brown Morocco leather and mounted with different semi-precious stones.
The Thornbury book was transformed into a unique collection, bound in red morocco leather and bequeathed to the British Museum in 1919.
The original drawing for this suite is one of fourteen which survive in the RIBA Library (currently housed at the Victoria & Albert Museum) and specifies a large library table with two matching smaller tables with morocco leather inset tops and two 'sofa' tables en suite.
These presentation copies were often large paper copies, printed in a combination of red and black, and specially bound in green or red morocco leather inscribed in gilt.
Bound in Morocco leather and decorated with the family coat of arms, the album, A Record of the Earl of Craven's Photographic Experiments, contains more than 100 photographs, taken at Ashdown Park, the Craven's ancestral home in Berkshire.