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US Patent: 234,646
Opener For Cans and Bottles
Patentee:
Isaac Newton Arment - Dayton, Washington Territory

USPTO Classifications:
30/1.5, 30/408, 7/154

Tool Categories:
household tools : cork extractors : combination cork extractors

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
M. M. Lacey
J. B. Holderby
George W. Young
William D. Crow

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 24, 1880
Granted: Nov. 23, 1880

Patent Pictures:
Isaac Newton Arment patent November 23, 1880
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Description:
This combination tool has a fold-out blade, a fold-out corkscrew, a cleaning brush, and a can opener of the type where a spur is pushed into the center of the area to be cut, and then a stub blade cuts a ragged circular cut. In this opener, the blade is set in from a roller that would ride on the outside of the can, so that the cut stays next to the can rim. The blade and roller are set on a sliding block that is drawn toward toward the stabbing spur by a spring.

Improved by patent no. 327,983.

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