3 edition of [Extension of patent to heirs of Rudolph Leschot, for tool for boring rock.] found in the catalog.
[Extension of patent to heirs of Rudolph Leschot, for tool for boring rock.]
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Patents
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[Extension of letters patent to heirs of Rudolph Leschot, for improvement of drill-head.][s.n.] Electronic resource in English/5(10).
[William Wheeler Hubbell, authorized to apply for patents.] by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Patents,[s.n.] edition, Electronic resource in English/5(10).
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Patent. An extension tool is disclosed and comprises a first pole and a second pole. The second pole is slidably received within the first pole.
The second pole has a plurality of apertures. A pin lever is pivotably mounted relative to the first pole. A pin slidably engages within the pin lever. The pin lever is released for inserting the pin into the plurality of apertures of the second pole for.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is now publishing pending utility and plant applications, other than reissue applications, under the eighteen-month publication provisions (eighteen-month publication) of the American Inventors Protection Act of (AIPA)(P.L. (record group ) 23, cu.
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