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US Patent: 533,711
Monkey Wrench
Patentee:
Joseph P. Lavigne - New Haven, CT

USPTO Classifications:
81/167, 81/177.1

Tool Categories:
wrenches : wrench adjustment types : screw adjust wrenches

Assignees:
Lavigne & Scott Mfg. Co.. - New Haven, CT

Manufacturer:
Lavigne and Scott Manufacturing Company - New Haven, CT
Eureka Manufacturing Company - Chicago, IL

Witnesses:
Fred. C. Earle
Lillian D. Kelsey
J. H. Shumway

Patent Dates:
Applied: Oct. 22, 1894
Granted: Feb. 05, 1895

Patent Pictures: [ 1 | 2 ]
Joseph P. Lavigne patent February 5, 1895
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Description:
The body and adjustable jaw are formed of stampings; the sides of the body are additional stampings riveted to the loop-shaped body frame. Produced by Lavigne & Scott as the SANDOW; also produced as the EUREKA by the Eureka Mfg. Co of Chicago.

A version with the folded sheet metal cover extending the full length of the handle was marketed by Lavigne & Scott as the PROTECTION.

Parallel pat. no. 533,712 is another approach which is not known to have been produced.

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