The main section is the complete collection of the 1st Industrial Revolution - 1790 to 1840. Letters patent to Tom Walford Grieve. Obtaining Printing Surfaces for Reading Matter. Machinery for Making and Composing Type. Letters patent to John Felber.
These printed specifications and transcriptions are held by. It was enrolled on parchment. Patent numbers 1916 to 1981 The Intellectual Property page on the National Archives website has the following index. Provisional specification left by John Millar. Sealed the 27th March 1866, and dated the 6th October 1865.
For more from this collection, see. Finishing Printed Sheets of Paper. Consider what your invention does, what problem s it solves, how it works, and what its materials are to generate more search keywords. List your patented or patent pending inventions. Letters patent to George Duncan and William Ashley Wilson. Letters patent to Emmanuel Joseph Albo de Bernalés.
The patents relating to the history of the book have been further subdivided into: ; ; ; ; and. Letters patent to William Edward Newton , of the Office of Patents. Letters patent to Edward Orange Wildman Whitehouse. Letters patent to Henry William Dee, of the Firm H. Letters patent to Rudolph Wappenstein.
Letters patent to Robert King, trading under the Style or Firm of Tupper and Company. Letters patent to David Payne. Letters patent to James White. The portion that will go into this Internet Archive page spans 3 exciting periods. Please read it carefully before planning a visit.
Letters patent to Frederick George Underhay. Letters patent to William Harvey. And finally, the 3rd section contains the period from 1840-1861, right before the start of the Civil War and the beginnings of the 2nd Industrial Revolution that saw over 700,000 patents filed. Letters patent to Thomas Walker. Letters patent to Bloomfield Brower. Letters patent to Pater Martin Shanks. Letters patent to John Clayton Mewburn.
Letters patent to Robert May Caffall. Letters patent to Joseph Charles Potts. Sealed the 25th January 1870, and dated the 27th October 1869. The website for the United States government's patent office lets you search through its patents as far back as 1790. Apparatus for Attaching Horses to Vehicles. Letters patent to Joseph Richmond and Walter Whiting. This means we are adding very little material to our physical collections.
Sealed the 24th December 1872, and dated the 5th July 1872. Sadly, these valuable materials have been hidden away from the wider research audience, having neither catalog nor digital records available online for anything before 1890. Letters patent to William Clark. Letters patent to William Edward Wiley. Letters patent to Arthur Young and William Young.
Letters patent to George May Phelps. Letters patent to John Charles Colemen. This invention received provisional protection only. Letters patent to Charles Henry Gardner, of the Firm Hughes and Kimber. You can search for patents and patent related information for individually selected countries, or for large groups of countries at a time. Letters patent to Louis Heinemann. Letters patent to Henry Bezer.