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German Knitting Machine Patent awarded to William Williams Clay, 1884
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Description
Creator
Clay, William Williams, Author
Media Type
Text
Image
Item Types
Patent drawings
Documents
Description
This patent was granted to William Williams Clay, of the Clay & McCosh knitting mill, in 1884 by the Kaiserliches Patentamt of Germany. It appears to describe a machine for knitting mills. The text of this patent is in German.

Page 5 includes a detailed set of drawings of the patented machine. Page 4 was blank.

The application was made on May 25, 1883, and issued on March 18, 1884. Clay was given until May 26th to produce a functioning machine.
Date of Original
1884
Subject(s)
Local identifier
2009JF021
Collection
Jayme Frazee-Wright Collection
Language of Item
German
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2 Longitude: -80.38333
Donor
Property of Jayme Frazee-Wright
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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German Knitting Machine Patent awarded to William Williams Clay, 1884


This patent was granted to William Williams Clay, of the Clay & McCosh knitting mill, in 1884 by the Kaiserliches Patentamt of Germany. It appears to describe a machine for knitting mills. The text of this patent is in German.

Page 5 includes a detailed set of drawings of the patented machine. Page 4 was blank.

The application was made on May 25, 1883, and issued on March 18, 1884. Clay was given until May 26th to produce a functioning machine.