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US Patent: 326,906
Wire Splicer
Patentees:
John A. Helvin - New York, NY
Henry Van Hoevenbergh - Elizabeth, NJ

USPTO Classifications:
140/117, 269/237, 403/214, 81/94

Tool Categories:
work holding
wrenches

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Carrie E. Ashley
Geo. W. Breck
Danl. W. Edgecomb
Charles A. Terry

Patent Dates:
Applied: Feb. 11, 1885
Granted: Sep. 22, 1885

Patent Pictures:
John A. Helvin and Henry Van Hoevenbergh patent September 22, 1885
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Description:
The splice sleeve is for use on copper wire. The holding clamp or wrench has a movable jaw connected to the frame by a link. In use it would hold the sleeve steady while the wire ends were wrapped by hand.

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