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US Patent: 16,814
Circular sawing machine
Patentee:
C. P. S. Wardwell - Lake Village, NH

USPTO Classifications:
83/471.1

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : circular saws : tablesaws

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
James Goodrich & Co. - Fitchburg, MA
Rollstone Machine Works - Fitchburg, MA

Witnesses:
John Aldrich, Jr.
Daniel E. True

Patent Dates:
Granted: Mar. 10, 1857

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Rollstone Machine Works
Description:
This double-arbor tablesaw was a big commercial success, and the basic design remained popular for over 100 years until better combination blades made it less advantageous to have two different blades readily available. The Wardwell saw was sold by Wardwell himself from 1857-1863 (based on ads in Scientific American), then by James Goodrich & Co. (1867 ad), L. D. Fay of Worcester (1868-1869 ads in Scientific American), then by Rollstone Machine Works (1872-1883 ads in Manufacturer & Builder).

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