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Excerpt from Felt; Instruction Paper
Judging by its appearance felt might readily be classed among woven goods; but this, it will be seen, would be a wrong classification, although it is termed cloth in many instances. Felt as such, however, displaces cloth to quite a large extent; for linings and trimmings it has become an indispensable article, which is largely due to its greater cheapness, and in the shoe and rubber trade large quantities are being consumed. The cheaper grades of gloves have felt for linings, and in the saddlery trade it is found to be not only a very useful but an almost indispensable material.
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bound: 36 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 8, 2017)
isbn: 1332343279, 978-1332343270,
weight: 2.2 ounces (