Home| FAQ Search:Advanced|Person|Company| Type|Class Login
Quick search:
Patent number:
Patent Date:
first    back  next  last
US Patent: RE7,796
Improvement in Leather Cutting Gages
Patentee:
James Potter - Chicago, IL

USPTO Classifications:
30/293

Tool Categories:
trade specific : leatherworker
knives and cutters : slitting gauges

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
C. S. Osbourne - Newark, NJ

Witnesses:
Henry S. Date
Chas. A. Iglebart

Patent Dates:
Applied: May 26, 1877
Granted: Jul. 17, 1877

Reissue Information:
Reissue of 180,633 (Aug. 01, 1876)

Patent Pictures: [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 ]
Image courtesy and (c) of Billings Farm and Museum http://www.billingsfarm.org/index.html
USPTO pdf tiff
Google Patents
Report data errors or omissions
Description:
Classic leather gage made by C. S. Osbourne. This patent is for a sliding gage bar with a cutter utilizing a cam to secure the gage bar and cutter as well as an adjustable size handle. Observed production models utilized a thumb screw to secure the bar and cutter and do not have an adjustable handle. In this reissue, the number of claims increased to seven claims from three claims, with the form and function the same but several more details are claimed (pistol grip and finger hold) but are shown on the original patent drawing.

Copyright © 2002-2017 - DATAMP