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This page links to individual patent letters. Unless otherwise noted, patent letters are from the U.S. Patent Office.
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Canadian patents[edit]

Great Britain patents[edit]

  • Great Britain patent 15805, August 21, 1893, W. Greenshields, Chest expander
  • Great Britain patent 17256, September 17, 1893, C. P. Mitchell, Belt.; chest expanders
  • Great Britain patent 9885, May 21, 1894, S. Beckett, Corsets, chest expanders, dresses, suspender, &c.
  • Great Britain patent 27197, November 30, 1896, Alfred Nobel, An improved manufacture of explosive compounds
  • Great Britain patent 13891, July 5, 1899, L. P. C. Packwood, Corsets; chest expanders

United States patents[edit]

Letters[edit]

Case law[edit]

Issued before 1836[edit]

9,957 patents were issued between the Patent Act of 1790 and the w:Patent Act of 1836. See X-Patents and w:Patent Office 1836 fire

  • X1, July 31 1790, Samuel Hopkins, pot ash
  • X4, January 31, 1971, Francis Bailey, Type
  • X51, 01/29/1793, Samuel Morey, Turning a spit
  • X72, March 14 1794 (not validated until 1807), Eli Whitney, Cotton Gin
  • X246, 04/24/1799, Morey, Samuel, NEW AND INVENTED WATER ENGINE
  • X306, 11/17/1800, Morey, Samuel, FORCE FROM WATER WITH ASSIST OF STEAM
  • X1820, 10/20/1812, Fessenden, William Greene, OBTAINING EXTRACTS FROM BARKS
  • X2339A, 07/14/1815, Morey, Samuel, STEAM ENGINE
  • X2339B, 07/14/1815, Morey, Samuel, APPLY THE POWER OF WATER TO WATER WHEELS
  • 2752X, 03/13/1817, Morey, Samuel, TIDE AND CURRENT WATER WHEEL FOR DRIVING MILLS OR MACHINERY WITH OR WITHOUT A DAM
  • 2880X, 12/11/1817, Morey, Samuel, METHOD OF BURNING WATER CALLED THE AMERICAN WATER BURNER
  • 3060X, 01/19/1819, Morey, Samuel, SHOOTING WITH STEAM ANAD GAS
  • 3306X, 3/3/1821, Thomas L. Jennings (The First African American Patent Holder), Dry scouring
  • 4378X, April 1 1826, Morey, Samuel, GAS OR VAPOR ENGINE
  • 4648X, 01/31/1827, Fessenden, Thomas G., HEATING AND BOILING WATER AND OTHER ECONOMICAL PURPOSES
  • 6274X, 11/19/1833, Fessenden, William Greene, PORTABLE STEAM AND HOT WATE STOVE
  • 7301X, 24 November 1832, Walter C. Palmer, M.D., Gum Elastic Bathing Cot
  • 7826X, 11/19/1833, Morey, Samuel, DECOMPISING AND RECOMPOSING WATER IN COMBO WITH SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE
  • 7913X, 12/30/1833, Rundlet, Thomas, PREPARING EXTACTS FROM HEMLOCK OR OTHER BARK FOR TANNING
  • 8447X, October 14, 1834, Henry Blair, Seed planter
  • 9000X, July 2 1836, N. Winslow, Grate
  • 9875X, July 2 1836, C. Granger, Cook Stove
  • 9876X, July 2 1836, H.G. Guyon, Cotton Press
  • 9877X, July 2 1836, R. Haynes, Nail Extractor
  • 9878X, July 2 1836, J. Horton, Platform Balance
  • 9879X, July 2 1836, F.P.Knowlton, Feather Dresser
  • 9882X, July 2 1836, W. Loomis, Clover Huller
  • 9884X, July 2 1836, J. Mo Clory, Door Lock
  • 9885X, July 2 1836, J. McCreight, Cotton Gin
  • 9886X, July 2 1836, C. McGregory, Dressing Stares
  • 9887X, July 2 1836, T. Miller, Plow
  • 9889X, July 2 1836, W. Parmalee, Cook Stove
  • 9890X, July 2 1836, A. Parson, Thrashing Mach.
  • 9893X, July 2 1836, A. Roff, Lock
  • 9894X, July 2 1836, I. Snider, Plow Moldboard
  • 9899X, July 2 1836, C. Waterman, Brick Machine

Issued after the 1836 Patent Act[edit]

  • 1, "Locomotive steam-engine for rail and other roads", John Ruggles, issued July 13, 1836.
  • 2 - Mode of manufacturing wool or other fibrous materials, J Goulding. December 15, 1826. Reissued July 29, 1836
  • 3 - Machine for turning, &c., wooden sheaves and pins for ships' tackle blocks and pulleys (Making wooden pins) T. Blanchard. August 11, 1836
  • 4 - Stock shaving or rounding machine for edges, ends, &c., of ships' tackle-blocks. T. Blanchard. August 10, 1836
  • 5 - Machine for mortising solid wooden shells of ships' tackle-blocks. T. Blanchard. August 10, 1836
  • 6 - Machine for forming end pieces of plank blocks for ships. August 10, 1836
  • 72 - Scythe. Silas Lamson. October 29, 1836
  • 3633 - Rubber vulcanisation, Charles Goodyear. June 15, 1844.
  • 50617, "Improved substitute for gunpowder", Alfred Nobel, issued October 24, 1865.
  • 78317, 1868, dynamite
  • 127568, 1872, Vaseline. Robert Chesebrough, June 4, 1872
  • 268503, 1882, elephant-shaped building
  • 285584, "Turbine for Steam and Other Motive Powers", Gustaf de Laval, issued September 25, 1883, filed July 28, 1883.
  • 425520, 1890, corset
  • 481294, 1892, corset model
  • 585210, "Pneumatic attachment for trousers", Mone R. Isaacs, issued June 29, 1897, filed August 15, 1896.
  • 708773, 1902, corset model
  • 725069, "Body-attachable sunshade", Charles E. Gill, issued April 14, 1903, filed July 28, 1902.
  • 780831, 1905, corset model
  • 803685, 1905, corset model
  • 849136, 1907, corset model
  • 866869, 1907, corset model
  • 880532, 1908, corset model
  • 903073, 1908, shoulder brace
  • 996343, 1908, shoulder brace
  • 956957, 1910, corset model
  • 991315, 1910, corset model
  • 995600, "Surgical appliance", Jonas Edward Heyser, issued June 20, 1911, filed January 19, 1910.
  • 999388, 1911, bathing corset
  • 1549622, 1925, Japanese keyboard
  • 2230654, 1941, tetrafluoroethylene polymers (=Teflon). Roy Plunkett, Feb. 4, 1941

Issued after the 1952 Patent Act[edit]

U.S. Design patents[edit]

  • 98,617, Feb. 18, 1936, Design for a Building

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