Patent Model - Improvement in Swings

Maker and role
Otto Unzicker (American, b.1856, d.1905), Patentee
Adolph Shoeninger, Assignee
Production date
Mar 11 1879
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Brass, fabric, glass, string, wood
10 1/4 x 9 1/2 x 10" (26 x 24.1 x 25.4cm)
Unzicker assigned his rights to Adolph Shoeninger, also from
Chicago. His patent provided “a swing easily attachable to any
doorway inside a building, vertically adjustable to accommodate the same to the height of the doorway, with an extension-seat
adapted to be used as a cradle, and arranged with a bow and
rope for the occupant to actuate the swing with great ease.” (Patent Number 213,150)
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