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Artificial Tooth.

Artificial Tooth.

Date: January 11, 1898
Creator: Carroll, Houston Monroe
Description: Patent for a new and useful artificial tooth for "supplying missing teeth or crowning roots" (line 10 -11).
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Artificial Tooth.

Artificial Tooth.

Date: February 27, 1894
Creator: Harrell, Hardy B.
Description: Patent for an artificial tooth with an improved crown so that "it can be attached to the gold cap that has been made to fit the end of the root that is to be crowned, the manner of attaching being materially facilitated" (lines 15-19).
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Artist's Easel and Attachable Rest.

Artist's Easel and Attachable Rest.

Date: January 22, 1889
Creator: Johnson, John Alexander
Description: Patent for a new and improved easel and rest. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with the rest . . . of the bar pivoted to [a] holder by bolt, the perforated bar pivoted to [another] bar by [another] bolt, and the easel united to the [first] bar by a suitable round bolt" (lines 97-101).
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Ash Sifter

Ash Sifter

Date: 1900-1-3
Creator: Hart, Sara C.
Description: Patent for receptacle of ashes and sifter to separate unconsumed particles of coal and retain dust.
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Atomizer.

Atomizer.

Date: July 21, 1891
Creator: Robinson, Henry
Description: Patent for improvements in atomizers or instruments for distributing powders or liquids in which it provided “provision for closing the exit-passage and preserve the strength of the medicated powders or fluid and permit of the carrying of the same within the body of the device without danger of spilling.” (Lines 17-21) The rubber bulb is detachable and is used as a powder-box or as a bottle for fluid. Illustration is included.
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Atomizer.

Atomizer.

Date: October 2, 1894
Creator: Rees, H. Clay
Description: Patent for an atomizer meant to distribute liquids, powders, and vapors. Its parts can be easily changed so it can be used in different situations, for cleaning, and to make its use more efficient.
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Attachment for Barrels of Firearms

Attachment for Barrels of Firearms

Date: January 5, 1899
Creator: Washington, R. M.
Description: Patent for simple, light, and durable device adapted for barrels of rifles, muskets, and other arms to prevent the noise made from when firing.
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Attachment for Bicycles.

Attachment for Bicycles.

Date: June 29, 1897
Creator: Saunders, David Robert
Description: Patent for a package-carrying device that attaches to the frame of a bicycle. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Attachment for Chairs.

Attachment for Chairs.

Date: February 25, 1890
Creator: Hutton, Milton C.
Description: Patent for a new and improved chair. This design consists "[i]n a reading and writing attachment for chairs, the combination of a bail-shaped clamp adapted to be applied to a chair-arm, an upright slotted arm, a set-screw passing through said slotted arm and engaging the clamp, a plate carried by the upper end of said slotted arm, and a table pivotally connected to said plate, whereby the table may be adjusted vertically, horizontally, and obliquely" (lines 66-75).
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Attachment for Coffee or Tea Pots.

Attachment for Coffee or Tea Pots.

Date: May 21, 1901
Creator: Darden, George Albion
Description: Patent for "attachment for coffee or tea pots or other receptacles" (lines 5-7) designed to materially improve the construction of the pot or urn, whereby the same will be simple and effective and the process of treating the coffee or tea by the action of the boiling water or steam materially enhanced.
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