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US Patent: 2,391,732
Can Opener
Patentee:
Michael A. Mirando - Providence, RI

USPTO Classifications:
30/408, 30/429, 7/118, 7/152

Tool Categories:
knives and cutters

Assignees:
Imperial Knife Co., Inc. - Providence, RI

Manufacturer:
Unknown

Witnesses:
none listed

Patent Dates:
Applied: Nov. 07, 1944
Granted: Dec. 25, 1945

Patent Pictures: [ 1 | 2 ]
Michael A Mirando patent Dec. 25, 1945
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Description:
The patent is for the blade, with its curved and tapered cutting surface, and the hook to grip under the rim of a can to provide a fulcrum for the cutting tip.

Blades conforming to this patent are found in a variety of "Boy Scout" and similar pocket knives.

The example shown in the second photo is in a ca. 1970 U.S. military issue pocket knife made by Camillus Cutlery.

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