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US Patent: 304,062
Combined Whip Socket, Oil Can, and Wrench
Patentee:
Cephas L. Bard - San Buenaventura, CA

USPTO Classifications:
280/170

Tool Categories:
combination tools
wrenches : wrench combination tools

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Geo. H. Strong
J. H. Nourse
Edwin Taggart
Sol N. Sheridan, Jr.

Patent Dates:
Applied: May 16, 1884
Granted: Aug. 26, 1884

Patent Pictures:
Cephas L. Bard patent August 26, 1884
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Description:
The rigid frame is an axle-nut wrench. The whip socket helps hold the oil can in place. The whole works slips onto studs mounted on the frame of a dash-board, and is held in place by a cam-lever. The specifications elaborate on all the interconnections that hold the pieces together and allow them to be separated for use.

Corresponding Canadian patent CA-22,036 was granted July 8, 1885. Improved by pat. no. 315,110.

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