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US Patent: 39,317
Improvement in machines for grinding and polishing cutlery
Patentee:
James Dodge - Waterford, NY

USPTO Classifications:
451/246, 451/247, 451/402

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : specialty machines : tool making machines

Assignees:
Dodge & Blake - Cohoes, NY

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
George W. Eddy
David Blake

Patent Dates:
Granted: Jul. 21, 1863

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Description:
This patent provides "new and useful improvements in grinding and polishing knives, saws, files, and other articles made of metal..." The improvements are for "that class of grinding and polishing apparatus or machinery in which the articles to be ground or polished are attached to the surface of a movable or stationary bed-plate, preferably to the periphery of a revolving drum or cylinder—such, for instance, as (patents 21,746 and RE733)."

Dodge & Blake made cutlery, saws and axes. It is variously listed as being in Waterford or Cohoes; Waterford is now part of Cohoes.

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