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CA Patent: CA-130,472
Wrench
Patentees:
Max Nolden - Solingen, Germany
Paul Meyer - Solingen, Germany

USPTO Classifications:

Tool Categories:
wrenches : wrench components : wrench jaw components

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
H. Wilke - Remscheid, Germany

Witnesses:
K. Bender

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 02, 1910
Granted: Jan. 17, 1911

Patent Pictures:
Max Nolden and Paul Meyer patent Jan. 17, 1911 (edited)
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Canadian patent 130,472 in ESPACENET
Description:
The swinging jaw section allows the wrench to have ratchet-like action on hexagonal nut and grip hexagonal nuts on five sides.

Corresponding patents in other countries include Great Britain [GB-191019234] and U.S. [1,015,504]. The Austrian patent drawing [AT-62039] shows the hex nut and a "hang hole" in the handle. Some details of patentees, etc. taken from those patent entries.

Known examples have markings suggesting production in Germany and France. A November 16, 1911 AMERICAN MACHINIST item identifies a German manufacturer and U.S. import agent.

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