Datamp.org Patents http://www.datamp.org/ Recently added patents en-us US Patent: 285,867 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=55263&pn=285,867 Ticket Punch Patentee: Robert Woodman - Malden MA Granted:1883-10-02
Manufactured by R. Woodman Mfg. & Supply Co. - Boston MA

Modification of the Aug. 14, 1866 C. B. Holden patent no. 57,136 with provisions to facilitate clearance of the punchings.
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US Patent: 223,824 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=43987&pn=223,824 Hoop-lock cutter Patentees: Walter Tripp - East Williamson NY , Henry A. Tripp - East Williamson NY Granted:1880-01-27
Manufactured by W. & H. A. Tripp - Williamson NY


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US Patent: 138,815 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=50611&pn=138,815 Improvement in lock-cutting machines Patentee: Isaac L. Penney - Minneapolis MN Granted:1873-05-13


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US Patent: 261,138 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=55261&pn=261,138 Ticket Punch Patentee: Luther O. Crocker - East Braintree MA Granted:1882-07-18
Manufactured by Luther O. Crocker - East Braintree MA

Improvement on Crocker's earlier patents (nos. 64,286 and 95,091). The improvement is a slot extending into the jaw beyond the pivot point for the stripper plate. This slot helps to align and steady the ticket. A 20th Century McGill ticket punch appears to conform to this patent. 1880s ads for Crocker's Ticket Punch note all three patents; his fourth patent (no. 456,983 granted Aug. 4, 1891) was an additional refinement of this slot.
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US Patent: 95,091 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=55260&pn=95,091 Ticket Cutter Patentee: Luther O. Crocker - Braintree MA Granted:1869-09-21
Manufactured by Luther O. Crocker - Weymouth Landing MA

Improvement on patent no. 64,286. The cutting edge is angled, to make the cutting action easier; the stripper plate is hinged at one end, and fits against coil springs at the other end. This patent along with 64,286 was cited in 1870s ads for Crocker's Ticket Punch. 1880s ads note a third patent (no. 261,138 granted July 18, 1882}).
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