Patent Model - Improvement in Drying-Machines

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George Bliss (b.1847), Patentee
Production date
May 21 1878
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Wood, iron
13 x 6 x 7 1/4" (33 x 15.2 x 18.4cm)
Bliss' patent provides "a machine adapted to receive successively and hold temporarily a series of printed or varnished sheets of paper, or any similar matter, in such a manner that the sheets may be placed in close proximity, but not in actual contact, while being dried sufficiently to lay away in piles." (Patent Number 203,879)
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