Patent Model - Improvement in Fluting-Irons
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Florence Stumpf, Patentee
Apr 30 1878
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Lead, wood, brass
7 x 3 x 2" (17.8 x 7.6 x 5.1cm)
Mrs. Stumpf's patent "consists in a certain novel combination of a transversely-serrated fluting-bed, having upon its under side crossed ridges, and a heating-plate, having corresponding depressions adapted to receive said ridges, whereby the said bed is prevented from end-wise or lateral displacement." (Patent Number 203,214)
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