Patent Model - Improvement in Machines for Forming, Inserting, and Clinching Staples in Books

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Henry Heyl, Patentee
Novelty Paper Box Company, Assignee
Production date
Oct 24 1876
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Brass, steel, iron
8 x 13 x 11" (20.3 x 33 x 27.9cm)
Heyl's patent "is designed to insert staples of heavier wire in such thicker books or other articles as are beyond the capacity of the former machines patented, as aforesaid, which I employ to staple thin books, as well as paper boxes." (Patent Number 183,670)
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