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GB Patent: GB-191,019,234
Improved 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:
none listed

Patent Dates:
Applied: Aug. 16, 1910
Granted: Jun. 21, 1911
Antedated: Aug. 16, 1910

Patent Pictures:
Max Nolden and Paul Meyer patent Aug. 16, 1910 (edited)
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REXOS Spanner
Description:
"This invention relates to an improved wrench of ratchetlike action, of which the novelty consists in that the open key of the same engages a six-cornered nut on five sides and that any spring or auxiliary means are omitted."

The design was patented in several countries, e.g. Canada [CA-130472], U.S.A. [1,015,504], and Austria [AT-62039].

Produced / distributed in the U.K. as the REXOS Spanner.

Known examples bear markings indicating production in Germany, France, etc. A November 16, 1911 AMERICAN MACHINIST article identifies a German manufacturer and U.S. import agent.

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