- AUGSBURG CHECKSThe coloured checks made in Augsburg, Germany; all cotton in small patterns and many varieties.
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Ausburg Checks — (or Augsburg) A cotton fabric, plain weave, woven in check designs in many colours. The term is applied to checks woven in Augsburg, Bavaria, in plain weave … Dictionary of the English textile terms
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