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Parcel-Delivery Apparatus.

Description: Patent for improvements in mail and parcel delivery apparatus: "is designed particularly for use at suburban residences, or where the distance from the house to the street is considerable" (lines 11-14).
Date: September 29, 1891
Creator: Gieseke, Otto

Coin Holder of Package.

Description: Patent for improvements in coin holders or packages by using three metallic strips, A, B, and C; the end of strips A and B are bent at right angles to the body portions of coins of a particular denomination. Strip C is “pivoted at its ends to the ends of the strips A and B at their point of attachment and adapted to be turned upon its pivots, so as to embrace the edges of the coins contained in the holder.” (Lines 85-89) Illustration is included.
Date: September 1, 1891
Creator: Heim, Charles

Soap-Making Apparatus.

Description: Patent for improvements in soap-making apparatus by using the “same frames to mix the ingredients and in cooling the prepared mass, thus obviating the necessity of the removal of the mixed mass from the mixing-frame to a cooling-frame.” (Lines 11-15) Illustration
Date: August 18, 1891
Creator: Grant, William A.


Description: Patent for improvements in hay-presses by using the combination of a ram having a connecting rod, a rack engaged with a rotatable cog-wheel, a bed-plate, a weighted lever, a buffer and other minor parts to create the pressing operation. Illustration is included.
Date: May 19, 1891
Creator: Grant, Richard A.


Description: Patent for improvement in axles by using a “combination of a bar, two skeins and means for holding the skeins in place upon the bar,” (lines 17-18) includes illustration.
Date: March 31, 1891
Creator: Stewart, John A.

Fence or Gate.

Description: Patent for a new and improved fence or gate. This design consists in "[a] fence or gate composed entirely of pipes interchangeably connected together by couplings, and consisting of the long tubular pickets and the intermediate short tubular pickets, each long tubular picket being formed by two short tubular pickets connected by an intermediate coupling in the form of a Greek cross, a similar coupling at the top of each long and short tubular picket, and the T-shaped couplings at their bottoms, combined with a series of horizontal tubes" (lines 54-64).
Date: January 20, 1891
Creator: Friday, Henry


Description: Patent for a cultivator for cotton and or corn.
Date: January 6, 1891
Creator: Neitsch, Fred T.