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Kerseymere is a fine woolen cloth with a fancy twill weave. In printing fine work during the mid-19th century, the blankets that lay between the tympans were either fine kerseymere or superfine woolen cloth.
- William Savage; Burt Franklin (1841), A Dictionary of The Art of Printing, New York
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