Patent Model - Improvement in Apparatus for Rectifying Alcoholic Liquors
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Charles Fleischmann (b.1835, d.1897), Patentee
May 24 1870
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6 3/4 x 6 x 5 1/2" (17.1 x 15.2 x 14cm)
Fleischmann's patent "consists in an apparatus for passing alcoholic liquors through compressed charcoal, and keeping the coal in a compact state by means of self-regulating pressure, and to force air or suitable gases through the coal, when saturated with volatile substances, in order to revive its rectifying powers." (Patent Number 103,320)
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