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Bootjack.

Bootjack.

Date: June 16, 1896
Creator: Ulferts, Ulfert Harms
Description: Patent for a new and improved boot-jack. This design is for an addition to existing boot-jacks that allows for wet or tight boots to be removed completely after the heel of the foot is loosened, all without the use of hands. This additional apparatus can be adjusted to different angles by way of eye-holes and screws.
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Boring and Mortising Machine.

Boring and Mortising Machine.

Date: July 11, 1848
Creator: Swingle, Alfred
Description: Patent for a machine to bore square holes in substitute for a chisel and reduce labor, including illustration. The inventor calls it a "Mortise and Tenon Machine."
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Boring and Tenoning Machine.

Boring and Tenoning Machine.

Date: April 24, 1883
Creator: Ryan, William H.
Description: Patent for a new and improved combined hollow auger attachment and felly-boring machine. This design "relates to an improved felly-boring machine which is adapted with slight adjustment to co-operate with a hollow auger for forming the tenons on the spokes. [The] invention consists in the construction of the frame, the clamp for securing it to the spokes or felly-supports, and in the means for holding and adjusting the auger" (lines 14-21).
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Boring Machine.

Boring Machine.

Date: November 23, 1880
Creator: Forniraseo, Domaneco
Description: Patent for a new and improved boring machine. This design "consists in the construction and novel arrangement of a circularly-adjustable rod carrying a pressure screw, an adjustable arm arranged on said rod and having its end or head concave on its underside and provided with bearing indentations or punctures, and a brace having a bearing end corresponding in form to said bearing indentations or punctures" (lines 16-24).
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Bottle.

Bottle.

Date: August 31, 1897
Creator: Stallings, George V.
Description: Patent for "a bottle and stopper whereby the bottle can be filled in the ordinary manner, but after being sealed by the stopper of novel construction it cannot be refilled after once being emptied without breaking or fracturing the bottle." (Lines 12-18) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Bottle.

Bottle.

Date: May 4, 1897
Creator: Phillips, George C.
Description: Patent for a bottle that has a mechanism near its opening, and when the cork is pulled out, it becomes impossible to refill the bottle and use it again. The point of this bottle is so that after it has been sealed, it cannot be opened and emptied without apparent evidence that it has been opened.
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Bottle-Case.

Bottle-Case.

Date: February 10, 1891
Creator: Marlow, Claud E.
Description: Patent for a bottle holding case using wires to encircle the inner groove of the case as re-enforcement, then use metal bands or wires woven around the encircling wires; these metal bands or wires would then wove around the necks and bodies of the bottles to secure the bottles inside the case. Illustration is included
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Bottle-Filling Machine.

Bottle-Filling Machine.

Date: February 24, 1891
Creator: Baldinger, William H.
Description: Patent for a bottle-filling machine in which "a number of bottles of equal capacity may be simultaneously filled from a common reservoir by the single movement of a lever" (lines 13-16), illustration is included.
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Bottle-Stopper.

Bottle-Stopper.

Date: February 11, 1896
Creator: Davis, Clifton H.
Description: Patent for "a bottle-stopper which shall not require any wire, cap or clamp for holding it and which shall by reason of its form and of the materials of which it is composed afford a tight joint or seal under all circumstances." (Lines 13-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Bottle Stopper.

Bottle Stopper.

Date: July 15, 1884
Creator: Cotten, Jefferson Davis
Description: Patent for a new and improved bottle stopper. This design "consists in the combination of the tubular body, having its lower end closed by means of a cork, and having its upper end formed into a measuring-chamber, which is adapted to be closed by means of a cork, so as to protect the measuring chamber from dust and dirt" (lines 13-19).
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