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GB Patent: GB-161,800,010
Engine for cutting iron
Patentee:
Clement Dawbeney - London, England

USPTO Classifications:

Tool Categories:
metalworking machines : nail making machines

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Unknown

Patent Dates:
Granted: Dec. 11, 1618

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Description:
In 1588 a 12-year patent was granted to Sir Bevis Bulmer for his water-powered engine for cutting iron into bars for making nails and wool-carding combs; in 1606 the patent was extended. When Bulmer died in 1615, the rights to the invention passed to Clement Dawbeney, who improved the invention and then obtained this updated patent. "A spiall priviledge graunted to Clement Dawbeney, gent., for terme of 21 years, for the sole using of an engine, to be wrought withall by water, for the cutting of iron into small barres for rodds to serve for the making of nayles, and for the saving of the waste that commonlie grewe upon cutting iron into small barres."

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