The Dutch Leather & Shoe Museum was set up in the middle of the 20th century by Antoon Hendriks, a teacher in shoemaking and collector from Waalwijk. Over the years Mr. Hendriks’ collection has expanded with machinery from the tanning and shoe industry, gold leather, horse rigs and a wide array of miscellaneous leather related objects.
The logo resembles the shape of the Netherlands, which consist of various leather products such as bags and shoes. The typeface reflects the production tools used in the leather industry. 
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