Morocco Leather. Is not so called from its being brought from Morocco, but from the art of dressing it being
6* originally introduced from that country. The true morocco leather is made of goat-skins tanned, and dyed on their out-sides; sheep-skins are also similarly treated. The goat-skins are not only more pliant, but their surface is smoother; they are also more durable than those of sheep, but their employment is restricted on account of their high price.