Another article of Samarkand trade, carried to all sides and quarters, is cramoisy velvet.
Her great keirle, which was of cramoisy stitched with Cyprian gold, and covered her from head to foot, for it was an ample cloak.
cramoisy directed the royal bindings, the King having devoted large sums to the purchase of Levant leathers.
The archers and halberdiers of his bodyguard were magnificent in taffety and feathers and surcoats of cramoisy velvet.
It has many instances of modern spellings not found even in the cramoisy Relation of 1632, which was printed twenty years later.
Item ung autre de drap dor sur blanc & cramoisy mespartez de troys.
The original printer was sometimes careless,—cramoisy especially so,—and his proof-reader negligent.