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US Patent: 1,211,024
Woodworking Vise
Patentees:
Albert L. Wilson - Willoughby, OH
Frank McGlinchy - Willoughby, OH

USPTO Classifications:
269/245, 269/252, 269/256, 269/98

Tool Categories:
work holding : vises : bench vises

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Champion Hardware Co. - Geneva, OH

Witnesses:
Unknown

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 08, 1916
Granted: Jan. 02, 1917

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Description:
Designed to attach to a sawhorse to aid in holding work pieces.

Known example marked: CHAMPION GENEVA O. PAT'D 1-2-17. The 1919-01-15 issue of The Industrial Record has an illustrated writeup: "A practical woodworker’s vise, No. 555, has just been placed on the market by the Champion Hardware Company, of Geneva, Ohio. The vise is so simple in construction that it is always ready for any job. It weighs only 4 pounds, can be carried in the carpenter's kit, and will fasten to anything from 7/8 to 2¼ inches thick.

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