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CA Patent: CA-18,023
Machine For Attaching Buttons
Patentee:
Albert William Ham - Troy, NY

USPTO Classifications:

Tool Categories:
pliers

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Wm. H. Hollister, Jr.
John J. Booth

Patent Dates:
Applied: Oct. 25, 1883
Granted: Nov. 03, 1883

Patent Pictures:
HAM's Machine For Attaching Buttons patent no. 18,023 from CANADIAN PATENT OFFICE RECORD
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18,023 in Canadian Patents Database
Description:
A button-setting pliers for split-shank buttons used on shoes and similar heavy fabric. The tool includes a spring to hold the button in place, and a second spring to tension the spreading anvil.

Albert W. Ham had several patents relating to the tool; a known example of the tool bears markings referencing U.S. patent no. 267,342. The DATAMP entry for that patent includes a photo of the tool.

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