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US Patent: 3,670
Bench or standing vise
Lauren M. Peck - Philadelphia, PA

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work holding : vises : leg vises


J. S. Griffing - New Haven, CT

I. Easler
John D. Braynard

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Granted: Jul. 18, 1844

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The movable jaw swivels on a pin to grasp tapered work pieces.

From a text ad in the 1858-11-11 Scientific American: "Peck's patent vise with foot lever. This Vise is worked entirely by the foot and is admitted by all who have used them to be the best and, strength, saving of time and convenience considered, the cheapest vise in use. For sale by QUINCY & DELAPIERE, 72 John st New York; Geo. H. Gray & Co. Boston; Curtis & Hand, Philadelphia; Way & Brothers, Hartford; and by the proprietor, J. S. GRIFFING, New Haven, Ct." According to a genealogy book, "Genealogy of the Descendents of Jasper Griffing", John Starr Griffing was a New Haven merchant. With his brother Jasper Griffing he was a partner in the hardware firm of J. & J. S. Griffing. Jasper died in 1846 and J. S. died in 1869 of illness while traveling to California.

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