US PATENTS IN 1885

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 1885

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US 310.438                             Levin T. Jones

Sewing Machine Table

My invention relates to an improvement in covers for sewing machine tables. The polished tops of sewing machine tables become marred and defaced by the box-cover which rests upon the top. When this occurs while the machine is in the hands of the dealer or agent, which is frequently the case, it is a detriment to the sale of the machine. The object of this invention is to provide the box-covers of sewing machines with means which will support the cover above the table-top in such way as to keep it from setting loosely on the top and thereby prevent the cover from jarring on the table when the machine is moved or handled, thereby avoiding its liability to male the top of the table. 

January 6, 1885

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US 310.455                         Thomas  L.  Melone

Sewing Machine Stand

The object of my invention is to provide a sewing machine stand applicable to any sort of sewing machine, whether light or heavy running and relates to means for the support of the crank-wheel, the guiding of the driving-belt and the balancing of the crank. 

January 6, 1885

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US 310.465                          Orrin  A.  Reynolds

Ruffling Attachment

The object of my invention is to provide an improved ruffler attachment for sewing machines and it consists in the combination and arrangement of certain parts, as will be described hereinafter...

January 6, 1885

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US 310.477                            Eddy T. Thomas

Sewing Machine

This invention has for its object certain improvements in means for holding a disk-bobbin and bobbin-case within an oscillating hook, as will be hereinafter described. Improvements are shown as embodied in a machine substantially such as described in Letters Patent US 276.503, granted April 24, 1883.

Assignor to the New Home Sewing Machine Company

January 6, 1885

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US 310.482                       Simon W. Wardwell Jr.

Thread-Regulating Devices

My invention has for its object to secure uniformity in stitching with sewing machines, especially with those using waxed thread...

...The improvement may be applied to different machines having gripping devices for holding the thread immovably while the take up tightens the stitch.

 

January 6, 1885

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US 310.612                             John W.  Post

Feeding Mechanism for Sewing Machine

My invention relates to a feeding mechanism more particularly adapted to the machine shown and described in my application No. 136.180 (?), filed June 27, 1884, the object of my invention being to enclose the feeding mechanism, so as to exclude dust and dirt therefrom, the enclosing-plate serving also to hold the feed-lever in position on its actuating-eccentric. The feed-regulating lever may also be sustained by the enclosing-plate. 

January 13, 1885

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US 310.677       Joseph P. Hallenbeck  &  Herbert L. Phelps

Button-Holes, Eyelet-Holes Sewing Machine

This invention relates, mainly, to improvements in sewing machines furnished with a work-holder and means for imparting to the work-holder intermittent momentary to and fro lateral movements and step-by-step progressive movements, whereby a row of zigzag 20 to-and-fro or over-edge stitches can be produced...

...In the accompanying drawings, Fig.1, represents in perspective one form of our invention applied to a No.7  Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, furnished with a work-holder and mechanism like that described in Patent US 273.727, granted to Joseph P. Halienbeck, March 13, 1883...

Assignors to the National Machine Company

January 13, 1885

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US 310.822                              Robert Hilgner

Binding Attachment

The invention relates to the binding attachment for sewing machines for which Letters Patent  US 293.022 were granted February 5, 1884.

Assignor of one half to George B. Lawrason

January 13, 1885

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US 310.911                            George Rehfuss

Button Hole Attachment

This invention has relation to button-hole sewing machines of that class wherein the zig zag stitching forming the button-hole is produced by causing the needle to change its position from side to side before each stitch is made. The invention has for its object the provision of means for accomplishing the change of position of the needle and it consists in the novel construction and combination of parts, hereinafter described and comprises devices attached to the head of the machine and to the needle-bar, which operate in conjunction to cause the needle-holder to reciprocate laterally before each downward movement and thereby produce the desired effect. 

January 20, 1885

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US 310.915                             William Schott

Button Hole Attachment

This invention is designed as an improvement on the button-hole attachment for sewing machines for which Letters Patent of the United States, Serial No. 98.778, were allowed me on 27th of October 1883 (Patent US 292.591 dated January 29, 1884). The objects of this invention are to regulate the speed of the form-plate by automatically operating mechanism, to provide improved devices for operating the reciprocating plate, to provide an improved device for barring the end of a button-hole and an improved device for holding and guiding a cording thread or cord and for assuring an even and regular looped button-hole stitch and also to provide improved cloth-clamps and button-hole form plates for such attachments as are respectively designed for light or domestic work and for heavy or manufacturing work. 

Assignor to the Schott Button Hole Attachment Company

January 20, 1885

Patented in:

England, GB 2.313 January 29, 1884

Fiance, F 159.997 January 29, 1884

Belgium, B 63.985 January 9, 1884

Canada, CA 18.712 February 26, 1884

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US 310.954                          Charles  Miehling

Sewing Machine Attachments for Placing and Ejecting Bobbins

The invention relates to the placing and ejecting of the bobbin and has for its object to provide simple means by which an empty bobbin may be removed from the bobbin holder and a full bobbin introduced in sewing machines that employ disk-bobbins like the bobbins used in the Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine and hold those bobbins in bobbin-holders like those of the Wheeler & Wilson machine.

Assignor to himself and Charles Miehling

January 20, 1885

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US 310.955                 Charles & Charles Miehling

Sewing Machine Attachments for Placing and Ejecting Bobbins

The invention relates to the parts of the machine employed in placing, holding and ejecting the bobbin and has for its object to provide simple means by which an empty bobbin may be removed from the bobbin-holder and a full bobbin introduced and securely held in sewing machines that employ disk bobbins like the bobbins used in the Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine and that employ bobbin-holders like the bobbin-holders of the Wheeler & Wilson machine. 

January 20, 1885

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US 311.119                             John M. Griest

Ruffler for Sewing Machine

My purpose is to make a ruffler and plaiter which will be capable of making fine gathers and also of making knife-plaiting having broader plaits or folds than the feed of the machine would otherwise have the capacity of producing. In some of its features my present invention resembles the ruffler and gatherer shown and described in Letters Patent US 246.126, granted to me in August 23, 1881, that is, in my present device, as well as in the one shown in the said Letters Patent, I use but one feed, (the ruffling-blade,) which first forms the gather or plait and then feeds the same to be stitched, all during one forward stroke of the ruffling-blade. 

Assignor to the Chicago Attachment Company

January 20, 1885

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US 311.376                                  Carl  Rutz

Binding Attachment

My invention relates to that class of attachments for sewing machines by which the application and stitching of a binding upon the edge of a fabric is facilitated. Ordinarily the binding when applied and stitched by a machine does not embrace the edge to which it is secured with the close, snug, even fit which is noticeable in hand-work; but the fold of the binding is apt to stand off from the fabric and to be consequently more or less un even and irregular. 

January 27, 1885

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FEBRUARY 1885

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US 311.490                 John  &  William L. Heberling

Sewing Machine Shuttle

Our invention relates to that class of sewing machine shuttles which are intended, when in operation, to have a continuous or reciprocating rotary movement and which are provided with what are known as 'disk’ bobbins, carried in bobbin-cases which remain stationary while the shuttles rotate. The principal object of our invention is to produce shuttles of the class above referred to of such construction that they will be as light as possible consistent with proper strength and stiffness and will have a larger thread carrying capacity in proportion to the size of the loops of needle-thread required to pass around them than those heretofore in use, while they may be more cheaply manufactured than similar shuttles heretofore made. 

February 3, 1885

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US 311.491                 John  &  William L. Heberling

Sewing Machine Shuttle

Our invention relates to that class of sewing machine shuttles which are intended, when in operation, to have a continuous or reciprocating rotary motion and which are provided with what are known as “disk’ bobbins carried in bobbin-cases which remain stationary while the shuttles rotate. The principal object of our invention is to produce shuttles of the class above referred to of such construction that they will be as light as possible consistent with proper strength and stiffness and which may be more cheaply manufactured than similar shuttles heretofore made.

February 3, 1885

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US 311.532                          Joseph  C.  Roth

Spool-Holder for Sewing Machine

The object of this invention is to provide the means for keeping the thread in its proper position on the spool and prevent it from getting entangled around the stem or rod upon which the spool is placed and it consists of a small case sufficiently large to inclose or partly inclose the spool and having a vertical central tube adapted to receive the spool and also to fit over the rod or sten on a sewing machine upon which the spool has heretofore been placed, all of which will be fully and clearly hereinafter shown by reference to the accompanying drawings...

February 3, 1885

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US 311.598                       Anatole Tabour Moisson

Bobbin-Winding Attachments for Sewing Machine

My invention relates to bobbin or spool winding attachments for sewing machines, whereby the spool or bobbin may be wound automatically without interruption to the operator in his work and without appreciably increasing the power required to operate the machine and it consists in a combination of devices for obtaining the above-recited results, substantially as hereinafter fully described.

For which the inventor obtained Letters Patent in:

France, F 150.326, dated July 29, 1882;

Belgium, B 45.086, dated June 20, 1883;

Germany, G 28.092, dated June 25, 1883;

England, GB 3.166, June 26, 1883.

February 3, 1885

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US 311.644                             Emil Cornely

Embroidering Machine

Be it known that I, Emil Cornely, of Washington, in the District of Columbia, a resident of the city of Paris, in the Republic of France, have invented a new and useful Method of Fixing Cords or Braids to Textile Fabrics by Means of Sewing or Embroidering Machines, which is fully set forth in the following specification. The means employed heretofore for fixing cords or braids to the material consist in guiding the cord or braid under the needle, which then passes through it and stitches it to the material. This method is very difficult to execute when round or very thin cord is to be worked, as it not only injures the fine appearance of the article, but it is also very difficult to guide a thin cord accurately under the needle. This difficulty has been overcome by my new method, by which the cord is not secured directly to the material, but to the seam of a sewing or embroidering machine by means of a second thread, which is wound around the stitch of the machine and around the cord. This kind of work may be executed by means of any sewing or embroidering machine; but a machine particularly adapted to it is the one described in Letters Patent US 262.742, granted to me in August 15, 1882. I will therefore describe here only my new method and those parts of the machine which are necessary for its operation.

February 3, 1885

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US 311.734                             H.  H.  Fefel

February 3, 1885

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US 311.795                              L. J. Trussell

February 3, 1885

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US 311.843                           W. F.  Beardslee

February 10, 1885

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US 311.988                                C.  Hosch

February 10, 1885

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US 312.280                             J. A.  Locke

Mechanism for Sewing Linings or Sweat Bands into Hat Bodies

February 17, 1885

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US 312.306                             M. G. Turner

February 17, 1885

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US 312.467                          R. H.  Hawthorne

February 17, 1885

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US 312.501                              J. H.  Palmer

February 17, 1885

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US 312.509                               J. W.  Post

February 17, 1885

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US 312.862                                J.  Kayser

February 24, 1885

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MARCH 1885

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US 313.063                           A. A.  Cuming

Improvement in the Art of Sewing

This invention relates to an improvement in the stitch made by sewing machines and is applicable particularly to that class of stitch employed for stiff fabrics such as leather and closely woven, cloth of hard twisted thread and to such sorts of sewing as require cords or strong thread.

March 3, 1885

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US 313.359                                  D. Mills

March 3, 1885

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US 313.802                               J.  Bigelow

March 10, 1885 

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US 313.970                              A.  Watkins

March 17, 1885 

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US 314.478                           A. S.  Richardson

March 24, 1885

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US 314.516                                F.  Chase

March 24, 1885

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US 314.690                             C. S.  Knowles

March 31, 1885

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US 314.710                               T. S.  Parker

March 31, 1885

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US 314.737                               D. M.  Smyth

Book-Sewing Machine

Also Letters Patent US 269.336  December 19, 1882.

March 31, 1885

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US 314.806                          F.  L.  E.  Coulvier

March 31, 1885

 

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APRIL 1885

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US 315.037                               A. J.  Hurtu

April 7, 1885

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US 315.039                             A.  Johnston

April 7, 1885

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US 315.067                               J. W.  Post

April 7, 1885

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US 315.742                   E. S.  Cram  &  E. C.  Covell

April 14, 1885

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US 315.914                               E. S.  Cram

April 14, 1885

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US 315.915                   E. S.  Cram  &  E. C.  Covell

April 14, 1885

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US 315.916                                E. S.  Cram

April 14, 1885

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US 315.935                               G. L.  Gray

April 14, 1885

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US 315.952                       E. D.  &  G. M. Ludlow

April 14, 1885

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US 315.956                               E.  Murphy

April 14, 1885

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US 316.065                            T. C.  Robinson

April 21, 1885

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US 316.108                              C. H.  Bayley

April 21, 1885

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US 316.263                            R. H.  Hawkins

April 21, 1885

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US 316.350                     A. A.  Fisher  &  A.  Hart

April 21, 1885

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US 316.359                           J. E. J.  Gunning

April 21, 1885

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US 316.414                             E. J.  Swartout

Machines for Sewing Hat-Tips

April 21, 1885

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US 316.745                           H.  Charmbury

April 28, 1885

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US 316.927                 E.  Woodward  &  T. K.  Keith

April 28, 1885

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MAY 1885

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US 317.205                A. B.  Roberts  &  C. H.  Forbes

May 5, 1885

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US 317.419                           T. C.  Robinson

May 5, 1885

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US 317.506                              E.  Cheshire

May 12, 1885

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US 317.507                          E.  &  E. Cheshire

May 12, 1885

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US 317.749                        George H. Dimond

Thread Clamp for W&W No. 10

Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 317.749, May 12, 1885

Application filed December 14, 1883

Assignor to the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company

May 12, 1885

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US 317.930                     E. S.  Cram  &  E. C.  Covell

New Mechanism for Sewing and Trimming Fabrics

May 12, 1885

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US 318.357                                D. H.  Coles

Combined Braiding and Cording Attachments for Sewing Machine

May 19, 1885

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US 318.833                               W. G. Tillou

Needles for Leather Sewing Machine

May 26, 1885

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US 318.923                             A.  B.  Morse

May 26, 1885

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JUNE 1885

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US 318.964                            G. H. W.  Curtis

June 2, 1885

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US 319.245                     C. F. Hailow  &  E. E. Angell        

June 2, 1885

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US 319.703                             J.  M.  Griest

June 9, 1885

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US 319.435                                A.  Abell

Sewing Machine

June 9, 1885

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US 319.704                              J. M.  Griest

Under Braiders for Sewing Machine

June 9, 1885

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US 319.705                              J. M.  Griest

June 9, 1885

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US 319.706                              J. M.  Griest

Tuck-Markers for Sewing Machine

June 9, 1885

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US 319.760                               J. E.  White

June 9, 1885

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US 319.835                                  D. Mills

Button-Hole Sewing Mechanism

June 9, 1885

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US 320.033                              J. C.  Wood

June 16, 1885

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US 320.043                              P.  Brigham

June 16, 1885

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US 320.099                               W.  Walker

June 16, 1885

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US 320.394                               J. W.  Post

June 16, 1885

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US 320.666                                 C.  Lenz

June 23, 1885

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US 320.857                       C. Drumm  &  W.  Wyker

Spring Take Up for Wax-Thread Sewing Machine

June 23, 1885

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US 320.898                              R. D.  Tucker

June 23, 1885

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US 321.310                               S.  Needles

Tucker Attachments for Sewing Machine

June 30, 1885

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JULY 1885

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US 321.817                               A.  Johnston

July 7, 1885

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US 322.245                              A.  Boecher

July 14, 1885

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US 322.326                                G. Schoen

Trimming Attachments for Sewing Machine

July 14, 1885

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US 322.355                           F. B.  Dillingham

Trimming Attachments for Sewing Machine

July 14, 1885

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US 322.428                               Philip  Diehl

Button-Hole Sewing Machine

My invention relates to that class of button hole sewing machines in which the fabric is held in a clamp while the button-hole is being cut, the clamp and fabric being afterward moved over the work-plate of the machine by a suitable feeding mechanism in the proper directions to enable the stitch-forming mechanism to work the button-hole. The object of my invention is to improve the button-hole-cutting mechanism; to provide means for bringing the cloth-clamp into proper adjustment relative to the cutting knife when the button-hole is to be cut; to remedy an existing objection in the work plates by which the cloth-clamps are sustained and guided by providing such plates with removable guiding-buttons and to improve the feeding mechanism by which the cloth-clamp is traversed over the work-plate. 

Assignor to the Singer Manufacturing Company

July 21, 1885

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US 322.533                              A.  Faulkner

July 21, 1885

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US 322.547                                C. G.  Little

Improvements in Sewing Chairs.

This invention relates to certain improvements in the construction and arrangement of various parts of the chair.

July 21, 1885

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US 322.571                          S. W.  Wardwell, Jr.

July 21, 1885

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AUGUST 1885

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US 323.439                              T.  K.  Ober

August 4, 1885

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US 323.968                              W. J. Stewart

August 11, 1885

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US 324.044                             C. G.  Spengler

Improvement in Means for Operating Sewing Machines and like Articles.

August 11, 1885 

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US 324.217                   T. W.  Bracher  &  T.  Webb

August 11, 1885

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US 324.240                             A.  Dewhurst

August 11, 1885

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US 324.247                             E. L.  Goodrich

August 11, 1885

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US 324.250                             J.  C. Goodwin

August 11, 1885

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US 324.432                 E. T.  Thomas  &  A.  Schenck

Improvement in Belt-Applying Devices for Sewing and other Machines.

August 18, 1885

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US 324.580                               E.  Murphy

August 18, 1885

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US 324.813                 W.  S.  Clark  &  J.  F.  Murphy

August 25, 1885

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US 325.063                              A. Eppler, Jr.

August 25, 1885

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US 325.089                            W. T.  Johnson

Improvements in Tuckers for Sewing Machines.

August 25, 1885

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SEPTEMBER 1885

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US 326.067                           A. A.  Sturtevant

September 8, 1885

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US 326.302                             J. P.  Lavigne

A new Attachment Holding Device for use on Sewing Machines.

September 15, 1885

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US 326.457                             J. H.  Rohme

Improvements in Controlling Mechanisms for Steam-Driven Sewing Machines

September 15, 1885

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US 326.724                         Charles  M.  Dewey

Improvement in Sewing Machines

September 22, 1885

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US 326.811                             F. D.  Walden

Improvements in Bracing or Staying Attachments for

Button-Hole Sewing Machines

September 22, 1885

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US 326.821                          Robert   Whitehill

Vibrating Shuttle Machine

September 22, 1885

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US 326.822                          Robert   Whitehill

Vibrating Shuttle Machine

September 22, 1885

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US 327.218                               D. W.  Allen

Improvement in Presser-Foot-Lifting and Brake Mechanisms for Sewing Machines

September 29, 1885

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US 327.352                                J. Thomas

September 29, 1885

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OCTOBER 1885

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US 327.800                                 T.  Lamb

October 6, 1885

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US 327.925                              C.  E.  Devine

October 6, 1885

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US 328.069                           W. P.  Valentine

October 13, 1885

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US 328.165          Nathaniel Wheeler  &   Wilbur  F. Dial

Rotating Loop for W&W No. 10

Assignors to the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company

October 13, 1885

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US 328.203                    E. S.  Cram  &  E. C.  Covell

October 13, 1885

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US 328.233                              B. F.  Landis

Improvements in Wax-Heaters for Sewing Machines.

October 13, 1885

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US 328.298                           A.  De Beaumont

October 13, 1885

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US 328.534                               C. E. Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 328.535                              C. E. Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 328.540                             C.  E.  Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 328.816                            O. L.  Schastey

October 20, 1885

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US 329.144                                A. Coates

Improvement in Bobbin Winders.

October 27, 1885

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US 329.254                               M. J.  Baker

New Devices for Sewing Books, Pamphlets, &c..

October 27, 1885

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US 329.357                            W. S.  Brainard

Improvement in Tack-Pulling Mechanism for Boot and Shoe Sewing Machines.

October 27, 1885

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NOVEMBER 1885

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US 329.426                              E. F.  Arnold

Improvement in Machines for Sewing Welts to Shoe Insoles and Uppers.

November 3, 1885

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US 329.484                          W. A.  Polmateer

November 3, 1885

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US 329.908                            A. W.  Johnson

Improvements in Tuck-Marking Attachments for Sewing Machines.

November 10, 1885

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US 330.021                            W. C. Harrison

Improvement in Hand-Powers for Sewing and other Machines.

November 10, 1885

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US 330.100                               R. S.  Ellyson

Mode of attaching writing Desk to sewing machines.

November 10, 1885

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US 330.195                              A. M.  Barber

November 10, 1885

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US 330.272                             W. J.  Stewart

November 10, 1885

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US 330.419                               A. D.  Pentz

November 17, 1885

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US 330.606                              J. M.  Merrow

Improved Machine for Sewing Looped Fabrics.

November 17, 1885

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US 331.026                               J.  Bigelow

November 24, 1885

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US 331.027                               J.  Bigelow

November 24, 1885

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US 331.106                                S.  Arnold

November 24, 1885

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US 331.107                                S.  Arnold

November 24, 1885

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US 331.174          Nathaniel Wheeler  &   Wilbur  F. Dial

Feeding Mechanism for W&W D 10

Assignors to the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company

 

November 24, 1885

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US 331.183                       Andrew  C.  Campbell

Feeding Mechanism for W&W D 10

Assignor to the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company

November 24, 1885

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US 331.260                               G. F. Stone

Improvement in Motors for Sewing and other Machines.

November 24, 1885

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US 331.306                               B. F.  Landis

Improvements in Sewing Machine Waxing Devices.

December 1, 1885

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US 331.314                               T. J. Mayo

December 1, 1885

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US 331.607                                 E.  Binns

Improvement in Machines for Sewing in a Spiral or Helical Path.

December 1, 1885

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US 331.666                           J.  T.  Winburn

December 1, 1885

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US 331.793                            A.  W. Johnson

December 8, 1885

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US 331.855                                 G.  White

December 8, 1885

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US 331.956                              W. W.  Ford

December 8, 1885

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US 331.997                              S.  O'Connor

December 8, 1885

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US 332.122                               J.  L.  Walsh

December 8, 1885

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US 332.207                             C. A.  Mnegge

December 8, 1885

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US 332.251                              J.  M.  Griest

December 15, 1885

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US 332.259                             B.  F.  Landis

December 15, 1885

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US 332.317                             H. P.  Aldrich

Improvement Sewing Machines.

The invention is embodied in a waxed thread sewing machine of that class in which the sewing is made by a single thread.

December 15, 1885

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US 332.426                            J.  H.  Palmer

December 15, 1885

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US 332.511                           W.  H.  Gilbert

December 15, 1885

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US 332.526                             H.  Hitchcock

December 15, 1885

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US 332.642                        P.  A.  &  T.  Coupal

December 15, 1885

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US 332.676                              E.  S.  Pratt

December 15, 1885

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US 332.683                              J.  W.  Tuttle

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December 15, 1885

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US 332.700                               W.  P.  Clark

December 22, 1885

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US 332.753                           Richard  Rossiter

December 22, 1885

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US 332.759                              D.  F.  Specs

December 22, 1885

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US 332.950                             F.  E.  Schmidt

December 22, 1885

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US 332.771                        A.  V.  Abercrombie

Improvements in Bobbin Winders.

Invention relates to automatic bobbin winders for sewing machines and is an improvement on the device for which Letters Patent US 309.371 granted in December 16, 1884.

December 22, 1885

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US 332.812                               C.  Mansfield

Improved Feed-Motion on Sewing Machines for Boots and Shoes.

December 22, 1885

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US 333.004                          H. C.  Goodrich

Improvement in Devices for Attaching Presser Feet and other Attachments to Sewing Machines.

December 22, 1885

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US 333.125                                  G.  Grisel

Improvements in Moquette-Guides for Carpet-Sewing Machines.

Invention relates to certain improvements to be used with the carpet-sewing machine covered by Patent US 296.744, dated April 15, 1884.

December 29, 1885

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US 333.201                             A.  A.  Cuming

December 29, 1885

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US 333.262                           S.  A.  Shepherd

December 29, 1885

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RE 10.600                           Mary  P. C.  Hooper

Improvements in Machines for Sewing Straw Braid.

Original US 171.774  January 4, 1876.

The Carpenter Straw Sewing Machine Company

May 26, 1885

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TRADE-MARKS

Certificate of registration of Trade-Marks numbered 8.191 and upward are registered under the act of March 3, 1881

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12.396                  The Singer Manufacturing Company

Sewing Machines and Sewing Machine Attachments and Supplies.

The representation of a sewing machine shuttle and bobbin, behind which are two sewing machine needles crossing each other, with a thread passing through their respective eyes and formed into a letter "S"and the word SINGER.

 

Application filed June 8, 1885

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12.717                The Singer Manufacturing Company

Sewing Machines and Sewing Machine Attachments and Supplies.

The representation of a sewing machine and a lady operator therefor, in connection with a large letter "S".

Application filed October 3, 1885

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US 319.069                             W.  K.  Clark

June 2, 1885

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US 322.428                                P.  Diehl

July 21, 1885

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US 314.444                           John  S.  Freese

March 24, 1885

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US 325.599                            John  S.  Freese

September 1, 1885

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US 313.358                                 D.  Mills

March 3, 1885

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US 313.438                                 D.  Mills

March 3, 1885

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US 320.957                             F. W. Ostrom

June 30, 1885

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US 320.448                               W. E. Trull

June 16, 1885

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US 320.528                                S. J.  Baird

June 23, 1885

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US 313.046                            C.  S.  Batdorf

March 3, 1885

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US 322.811                  F. Egge  &  C. J. A.  Sjoherg

July 21, 1885

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US 318.470                              J.  K.  Harris

May 26, 1885

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US 327.169                          T.  S.  Huntington

September 29, 1885

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US 324.150                            J.  H.  Palmer

August 11, 1885

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US 314.055                               G.  Kehfuss

March 17, 1885

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US 316.410         F. W. Smith, Jr.  &  S. S. Williamson

April 21, 1885

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US 314.046                             E.  B.  Moore

March 17, 1885

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US 330.943                            John  D.  Ulmer

November 24, 1885

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US 322.279                             A.  F.  Gerald

July 14, 1885

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US 325.081                           W.  H.  Hiteshew

August 25, 1885

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US 319.880                            P.  C.  Bryden

June 9, 1885

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US 319.700                             J.  G.  Greene

June 9, 1885

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US 323.342                                J.  Kitson

July 28, 1885

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US 312.923                            F.  W.  Stewart

February 24, 1885

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US 330.522                           C.  G.  Spengler

November 17, 1885

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US 317.509                             F.  H.  Chilton

May 12, 1885

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US 325.499                             F.  H.  Chilton

September 1, 1885

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US  320.758                            F.  H.  Chilton

June 23, 1885

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US 322.902                             F.  H.  Chilton

July 28, 1885

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US 318.449                             F.  H.  Chilton

May 26, 1885

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US 330.678                              F.  H.  Chilton

November 17, 1885

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US 319.701                              J.  M.  Griest

June 9, 1885

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US 318.755                            J.  P.  Lavigne

May 26, 1885

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US 324.124                            J.  P.  Lavigne

August 11, 1885

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US 329.564               A.  W. Johnson  &  J.  P.  Lavigne

November 3, 1885

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US 328.162                             J.  J.  Wheat

October 13, 1885

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US 317.255                           K. W. Whitney

May 5, 1885

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US 328.538                              C. E. Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 328.542                             C.  E. Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 313.945                             E. McDonald

March 17, 1885

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US 331.108                              S.  Arnold

November 24, 1885

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US 331.183                            A. C. Campbell

November 24, 1885

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US 325.396                              J. W. Corey

September 1, 1885

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US 319.800                                P.  Diehl

June 9, 1885

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US 330.385                                 P.  Diehl

November 17, 1885

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US 331.205                               M. Marcil

November 24, 1885

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US 331.174                      N. Wheeler  &  W. F. Dial

November 24, 1885

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US 319.801                                P.  Diehl

June 9, 1885

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US 319.394                            J . W.  Dewees

June 2, 1885

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US 317.362                    J. A. House  &  C. H. Dimond

May 5, 1885

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US 331.207                                M.  Marcil

November 24, 1885

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US 319.690                                J.  Fitting

June 9, 1885

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US 314.270                             S.  S.  Spear

March 24, 1885

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US 312.190                           C.  T.  Freeman

February 10, 1885

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US 320.365                            E. W. Whitney

September 15, 1885

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US 327.349                             C.  W.  Taylor

September 29, 1885

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US 317.057                              J.  F.  White

May 5, 1885

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US 311.673                             W. K.  Parsons

February 3, 1885

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US 313.705                               W.  Barsby

March 10, 1885

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US 316.850                           M. T. Thompson

April 28, 1885

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US 321.065                        S. W. Wiirdwell Jr.

June 30, 1885

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US 321.469                             S.  R.  Wilson

July 7, 1885

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US 322.522                             W.  Connolly

July 21 , 1885 

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US 322.422                      C.  W.  &  W.  C.  Collyer

July 21, 1885

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US 314.249                              B.  L.  Keeler

May 24, 1885

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US 318.207                                P.  S.  Koy

May 19, 1885

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US 316.247                               E.  M.  Cox

April 21, 1885

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US 313.933                            J.  C.  Goodwin

March 17, 1885

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US 319.702                             J.  M.  Griest

June 9, 1885

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US 321.304                          H.  P.  Lancaster

June 30, 1885

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US 328.163                              J.  J.  Wheat

October 13, 1885

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US 331.206                                M.  Marcil

Improvement in Presser-Foot Lifters for Sewing Machines

November 24, 1885

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US 321.009                             H.  T.  Davis

June 30, 1885

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US 321.287                           D.  R.  Fraley

June 30, 1885

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US 322.262                             H.  T.  Davis

July 14, 1885

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US 328.923                             H.  T.  Davis

October 27, 1885

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US 327.118                          E.  H.  Taliaferro

September 29, 1885

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US 323.118                         J.  A.  Coppock

July 28, 1885 

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US 322.074                           W.  R.  Somers

July 14, 1885

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US 313.428                            A.  Johnston

March 3, 1885

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US 329.548                            H. C.  Goodrich

November 3, 1885

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US 319.707                             J.  M.  Griest

June 9, 1885

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US 324.261                               A.  Johnston

August 11, 1885  

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US 328.904                            W.  Rundquist

October 20, 1885

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US 315.880                           J. H. Anthony

April 14, 1885

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US 330.386                                P.  Diehl

November 17, 1885 

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US 322.381                                 J.  Keith

July 14, 1885

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US 323.345                                 S. Larkin

July 28, 1885

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US 321.381                              J. H. Osborn

June 30, 1885

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US 323.068                                C. Parton

July 28, 1885

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US 328.537                              0. E. Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 316.080                              1. J.Tmttle

April 21, 1885

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US 324.351                                S. Arnold

August 18, 1885

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US 323.916                              D. W. Corey

August 11, 1885   

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US 328.539                            C. E. Tibbies

0

October 20, 1885

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US 330.384                                P.  Diehl

November 17, 1885

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US 319.849                                 H. Reiss

June 9, 1885

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US 316.081                                I.  J. Tuttle

April 21, 1885

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US 317.758                               Z. T.  French

May 12, 1885

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US 317.759                               Z. T.  French

May 12, 1885

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US 329.753                               E.  D.  Ludlow

November 3, 1885

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US 317.836            E.  V.  Mitchell  &  M.  G.  Plimpton

May 12, 1885

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US 330.170                              J.  Thomas

November 10, 1885

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US 324.753                            W.  M.  Cuthbert

August 18, 1885

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US 323.529                                 D.  Porter

August 4, 1885

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US 313.908                               G.  A.  Annett

March 17, 1885

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US 326.294                               N.  A.  Hull

September 15, 1885

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US 323.999                               A.  Becker

August 11, 1885

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US 327.410                            D.  F.  Ranney

September 29, 1885

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US 328.530                             C.  E.  Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 328.541                              C.  E.  Tibbies

October 20, 1885

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US 326.533                              J.  E.  Wiggin

September 15, 1885

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US 324.755                            G.  H.  Dimond

August 18, 1885

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US 314.035                              R.  W.  Whitney

March 31, 1885

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US 319.448                              S.  P.  Brown

June 9, 1885

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US 324.249                            J.  C.  Goodwin

August 11, 1885

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US 328.688                              D.  L.  Keeler

October 20, 1885

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US 324.579                               E.  Murphy

August 18, 1885

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US 319.744                               A.  D.  Pentz

June 9, 1885

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US 317.193                               J.  W.  Post

May 5, 1885

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