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US Patent: 136,601
Compound Implements
Patentee:
Anthony Iske - Lancaster, PA

USPTO Classifications:
460/22, 99/484

Tool Categories:
agricultural machines : corn shellers
combination tools
woodworking tools : hammers

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Unknown

Witnesses:
Wm. B. Wiley
Jacob Stauffer

Patent Dates:
Granted: Mar. 11, 1873

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Anthony Iske patent March 11, 1873
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Description:
The tool combines hammer, corn-sheller, boot jack, pot-lifter, tack claw, and wrench functions.

An example matching the patent drawing and marked "A. ISKE'S PAT" is shown in Jim Moffet's book, "The Hand Held Corn Sheller .. "

A 2nd option comes from a DATAMP user: "The Iske Corn Sheller was produced, but not with the swing jaw, which probably proved too breakable. Instead, he made the stem of the bootjack into a teardrop shape so the corn cob could be inserted at the large end but gradually stepped down to get the last kernels. On this one, the screwdriver is damaged."

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