US PATENTS IN 1871

This list of patents is far than be complete, further researches will be done, including patents for Needles and Knitting Machines.

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JANUARY 1871

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US 110.739                       Sherman  Cleminshaw

Button-Hole Sewing Machine One Thread

My invention relates to that class of sewing machines which is used to make button-holes and more particularly on linen goods, such as collars, cuffs, &c. and its nature consists, first, in a needle so arranged that while it moves through the goods it is rigid, but when above the goods, or while standing still in the same, it is loose; second, in the construction of a combined shuttle and needle; third, in the mode of securing the combined shuttle and needle to the needle-arm; fourth, in the construction and arrangement of the twister, for forming the loop below the goods after the needle has passed through the same; fifth, in the mode of operating the twister; sixth, in the construction and arrangement of a carrier, which takes the loop from the twister and passes it over the shuttle and seventh, in the construction and arrangement of an elongated presser-foot, with lever attached, all of which will be hereinafter more fully set forth.

January 3, 1871

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JUNE 1871

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US 115.857                     Daniel W. G. Humphrey

(David Wood Green Humphrey)

Button-Hole Sewing Machine Two Threads

My present invention is an improvement upon the machine patented by me, Letters Patent US 36.617 dated October 7, 1862 and consists in a new device for feeding or moving along the clamp which holds the work to be stitched and thus spacing the stitches regularly on the edges of the button-hole....

...In my former invention. I used a single feed wheel, lying horizontally in a recess in the table under the slotted plate on which the clamp moved, and operated the clamp, in some respects, similar to my present mode. That device is very restricted in its range of work and a change of feed-wheels is necessary to adapt the machine to fine, medium and coarse stitching....

...My present invention is a more simple and less expensive mode of attaining the desired result and enlarges the range of the machine for practical work....

I claim as my invention:

The two separate feed-cams for spacing the stitches on the sides of the button-hole, in combination with an intermediate ring for spacing the stitches around the eye of the button-hole, substantially as described.

Assignor to himself and Eugene Humphrey

June 13, 1871

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US 116.399                         Joseph  W.  Bartlett

Improvements in Lanterns or Lamps, designed more especially for street use

June 27, 1871

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JULY 1871 

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US 117.364                          Samuel  J.  Baird 

Button-Hole Attachment for Sewing Machine

July 25, 1871

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OCTOBER 1871 

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US 119.555                          Abel  H.  Bartlett

Improved Folding-Guide, Binder and Hemmer

Witnesses: Jeremy Bartlett and Charles Bartlett

 

October 3, 1871

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NOVEMBER 1871

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US 121.014                           William T.  Smith

Binder Attachment for Sewing Machine

My invention relates to attachments for sewing machines for folding and adjusting braid for binding the edges of fabric and the said invention consists in the construction and arrangement, in connection with each other, of the forming-shoe and adjustable braid gauge operating to form, guide and hold the binding-braid to the action of the needle.

November 14, 1871

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DECEMBER 1871

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US 121.

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US 121.745

December 12, 1871

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US 121.775

December 12, 1871

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US 121.828                   Simon Willard Wardwell Jr.

Tables for Sewing Machine

The object I have in view is to produce a sewing machine table which may be applied to or used with any of the machines now in use by a very simple change in some of the connections of such machines and which when so applied will enable the operator to turn the bed-plate, with the working parts of the machine, in a horizontal plane to any desired extent, even to making a complete circle and still allow the operator to work the machine without moving from his position. I also produce a uniform or rather continuous rotary motion of the driving-wheel, even when the horizontal shaft giving motion to said wheel may have an alternate circular motion, which is very apt to be the case with other sewing machines. Another point attained is a comely cover, which when the machine is in use is removed entirely out of the way and yet remains attached to the table. 

Assignor of one-half his right to George W. Shaw

December 12, 1871

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US 121.860

December 12, 1871

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US 121.896

December 12, 1871

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US 121.924

December 12, 1871

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US 121.940

December 19, 1871

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US 121.944

December 19, 1871

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US 121.965

December 19, 1871

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US 121.966

December 19, 1871

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US 121.967

December 19, 1871

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US 121.976

December 19, 1871

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US 121.998

December 19, 1871

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US 122.107

December 26, 1871

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US 122.113

December 26, 1871

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US 122.180

December 26, 1871

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US 122.241

December 26, 1871

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US 122.256

December 26, 1871

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US 122.268

December 26, 1871

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REISSUED IN 1871

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