Patent Model - Improvement in Burnisher-Heads for Boot and Shoe Machines
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Zotique Beaudry, Patentee
Jan 01 1878
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4 x 4 3/4" (10.2 x 12.1cm)
Beaudry's patent "consists of a hollow conical body, A, made from metal in the form shown, and having a series of burnishing-surfaces, a, of different widths and sizes about its periphery, the contour of said surfaces being such as will correspond with the curvature of heel-edges desired for the several sizes or kinds of boots or shoes." (Patent Number 198,835)
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