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US Patent: 210,684
Nut and Tap Wrench
Improved Wrench and Vise
Joseph Goodrich - Henry, IL

USPTO Classifications:
269/219, 81/118, 81/163, 81/165

Tool Categories:
wrenches : brace wrenches
work holding : vises : hand vises


Not known to have been produced

C. Sedgwick
Francis McArdle
W. Gallagher
C. C. Jones

Patent Dates:
Applied: Apr. 02, 1878
Granted: Dec. 10, 1878

Patent Pictures:
Joseph Goodrich Pat. December 10, 1878
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The jaws are operated by a pair of left - and right-hand screws.

Goodrich incorporated some aspects of this in his May 18, 1880 patent (no. 227,686 -- see fig. 5 of that patent), and revisited and elaborated on the idea with patent no. 308,356 issued November 25, 1884.

Ken Cope's "American Wrench Makers 1839-1930" notes an 1883 MECHANICS listing showing COOK & McLANE of New York producing this as an adjustable brace wrench -- the jaws of that wrench most closely correspond to the Nov. 25, 1884 patent noted above.

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