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True Morocco leather is made from goat and kid skins tanned with sumac, then dyed a variety of colours. Inferior Morocco leather is made from sheep and lamb skins, also known as Roan leather.
Morocco leather is used for coach-linings, furniture covers, book binding, wallets, and ladies shoes.
Neckinger Mills (leather) primarily produced Morocco leather.