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Walruses belonged to the group of [[Sealskin leather|seals]]. Walrus leather is extremely exotic. The animal has a [[Leather grain - Grain side|deep and strong grained]] skin, which is reflected in the leather.
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Walruses belong to the group of seals. Walrus leather is extremely exotic. The animal has a deep and strong grained skin, which is reflected in the leather.


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Walrus leather bag from about 1910 (England) for 2,600 € (03/2012).

 

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Leather of different animal species - Exotic leather.



Other exotic leather


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