Bark for Tanning

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A variety of barks used as sources for tannin or tannic acid, used in the process of converting animals skins and hides into leather (Watt 1885, 68-70).

Database name: Bark Tanners or Dyers, Extract of Bark or Other Vegetable Substance for Tanning or Dyeing, Bark for Tanning Oak, Barks for Tanning Chestnut, Bark for Tanning Quebracho, Bark for Tanning Other Sorts, Bark for Tanner's or Dyer's Use Uneumerated, Bark Oak

Watt, Alexander. “The Art of Leather Manufacture.” London: Crosby Lockwood and Co, 1885.