Patent Model - Improvement in Iron-Tables
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Walter Grosh, Patentee
Simon Foreman, Patentee
Sep 23 1873
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5 1/4 x 12 1/2 x 4" (13.3 x 31.8 x 10.2cm)
Grosh and Foreman's patent had for its objective "to furnish a table for ironing shirts, skirts, and other articles, which shall be convenient in use and not bulky to handle or transport; and it consists in a folding-table so constructed that the ironing board or leaf may be raised for putting on or taking off a shirt or skirt or other similar article, and the whole be made to fold together, so as to occupy but little space when not in use." (Patent Number 143,071)
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