The anti-red shift – to the 'Dark Side': Colour changes in Flemish luxury woollens, 1300 - 1550
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- John H. Munro, 2008. "Necessities and Luxuries in Early-Modern Textile Consumption: Real Values of Worsted Says and Fine Woollens in the Sixteenth-Century Low Countries," Working Papers tecipa-323, University of Toronto, Department of Economics.
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Keywordswoollen broadcloths; scarlets; luxury consumption; dyestuffs; textile colours; cloth production; medieval Flanders; medieval Brabant; New Draperies; Industrial Revolution;
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