Patent Model - Improvement in Wrenches

Maker and role
George Buzzell (b.1838, d.1897), Patentee
Frederick Stevens, Assignee
George Buzzell (b.1838, d.1897), Assignee
Production date
Oct 31 1876
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Object detail

2 x 9 1/2 x 4" (5.1 x 24.1 x 10.2cm)
Buzzell's patent produces "a wrench which may be readily applied to the removal of nuts or screws in places that are not readily accessible to wrenches of ordinary construction; and the invention consists of two arms, which form the jaws, or to which the jaws may be attached, pivoted to and extending out from the end of a handle, and provided with a sliding clasp surrounding each arm, by means of which the jaws can be readily adjusted to a nut or screw-head, and held in position by means of a screw acting upon a central rod between the arms or jaws." (Patent Number 183,901)
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