Home| FAQ Search:Advanced|Person|Company| Type|Class Login
Quick search:
Patent number:
Patent Date:
first    back  next  last
US Patent: D34,483
Design For A Jaw Member For Carbon-Cutting Pliers
Patentee:
Emil O. Lundin - Boston, MA

USPTO Classifications:
D8/58

Tool Categories:
pliers
trade specific : electrician

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
W. C. Lunsford
Thomas J. Drummond
Augusta E. Dean
John C. Edwards

Patent Dates:
Applied: Mar. 28, 1901
Granted: May 07, 1901

Patent Pictures:
Emil O. Lundin design patent May 7, 1901
USPTO pdf tiff
Google Patents
Report data errors or omissions
Description:
The "carbon" is a replaceable electrode for arc lights; the semi-circular notch with a cutting lip in the pliers jaw is the carbon-cutter, and the file on the outside of the pliers jaw was used to dress the end of the "carbon."

A similar construction including the "file" on the outside of the jaw was included in an electrician's pliers produced by Peck, Stow & Wilcox in the early 20th Century; there is no evidence to connect this patent to that pliers.

Copyright © 2002-2017 - DATAMP