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US Patent: 671,039
Screw Driver
Process For Making Hand Tools
Patentee:
George E. Wood - Southington, CT

USPTO Classifications:
279/95

Tool Categories:
screwdrivers : screwdriver handles

Assignees:
Acme Manufacturing Co. - Southington, CT

Manufacturer:
The Stanley Rule and Level Co. - New Britain, CT

Witnesses:
Edwin G. Lewis
Roy P. Newell

Patent Dates:
Applied: Oct. 02, 1900
Granted: Apr. 02, 1901

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Description:
A early Patent for George E. Wood involving the use of steel in the handle to protect the from blows of a hammer. Not sure but on the patent description its for screwdriver &c., Chisel? He does mention its uses for chisel as well. Also note the pin is driven through the upper part of the handle, engaging the 'winged' section. Examples marked Stanley, Hurwood Pat.Apr.02,01. Made in USA, on the blade. Samples are pinned through the bolster at the lower end of the handle, no "wings" are present, it appears to look like all the other early Hurwood screw drivers.

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