No, my friend, not really, although, judging by the name and the logo, it's a piece of antique leather tanned with tradition and quality "back then" in the ages where leathers were still the "best evuh". More so, with that little a piece of leather, I doubt if you can actually make anything out of it.
You found a great piece. That was why my recommendation was to preserve it. But, for whatever reasons, please do take these as merely suggestions, because, after all, my influences should remain as influences, not the primary reasons pushing you to take any kind of action under it.