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US Patent: 769,879
Wire Working Tool
Patentee:
Newton J. Tate - Weatherford, TX

USPTO Classifications:
140/121, 254/251, 7/117, 7/131

Tool Categories:
combination tools
pliers

Assignees:
Thomas Harris Coulter - San Antonio, TX

Manufacturer:
Coulter Tool Co. - San Antonio, TX
Strieby and Foote - Newark, NJ

Witnesses:
F. S. Elniore
Gus Wills
H. C. Shropshire

Patent Dates:
Applied: Mar. 06, 1902
Granted: Sep. 13, 1904

Patent Pictures:
Newton J. Tate patent Sept. 13, 1904
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Tate Wire Working Tool (reproduced brochure) on papawswrench
Description:
Improvement to Tate's Feb. 12, 1901 patent (no. 667,854).

The claw and screwdriver on the handle ends and the punch between them are noted in the specifications, but are not part of the patent. The patent does include the extended tip with spur to grip wood posts, the swivel joint and hook, and their arrangement in relation to the pliers jaw. The wire cutter notches in the drawings are not noted in the specifications.

The 12-page instruction guide in the papawswrench link explains how to use all these features.

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