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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1864
U 43,565 July 19, 1864 Improvement in Lightning Conductors
Lightning rod tips formed by spiralling flat metal strips (see reissue 2,601)
BRITTAN, N.
Lightning Rod Point  
U 45,632 December 27, 1864 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made up of a core of twisted wires
PRATT, James
Lightning Rod  
 1865
U 47,551 May 2, 1865 Improvement in Lanterns
Railroad Lantern
IRWIN, John H.
HU  
U 50,591 October 24, 1865 Improvement in Lanterns
Railroad Lantern
IRWIN, John H.
HU  
 1867
R 2,601 May 14, 1867 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of flat metal made tubular for the rods and points (see 43,565)
BRITTAN, N.
Lightning Rod  
U 66,854 July 16, 1867 Improvement in Corrugated Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of a continuous flat strip of copper corrugated longitudinally
KISSELL, Jacob A.
BLICKENSDERFER, Nathan
Lightning Rod  
 1872
U 127,094 May 21, 1872 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of a flat strip of copper with two galvanized wires fixed to the center on each side and then twisting to form a helical shaped rod
MOTT, John M.
Lightning Rod  
 1874
U 152,153 June 16, 1874 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of sheet metal rolled to form four tubular sections with two of the tubes fitted with dowell pins to connect the rod sections
MOTT, John M.
Lightning Rod  
U 152,242 June 23, 1874 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling to make T-connections for lightning rods
MOTT, John M.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1875
U 170,377 November 23, 1875 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for hollow lightning rods composed of a hollow indented plug that fits into indentions in the rod ends
JOHNSON, Isaac
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1876
U 171,744 January 4, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod composed of a copper sheet wrapped around a metal bar with copper wrapped wires on either side and the whole twisted
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod  
U 173,962 February 22, 1876 Improvement in Couplings for Tubing and Lightning Rods
Coupling made of a short hollow piece placed inside both ends of the rod and crimped down through the rod ends to secure the sections
JOHNSON, Isaac
Lightning Rod Coupling Reyburn, Hunter & Co.
U 173,963 February 22, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod with solid supporting rod fitted inside and screwed into the rod coupling on each end
JOHNSON, Isaac
PRICE, David A.
Lightning Rod Reyburn, Hunter & Co.
U 174,866 March 14, 1876 Improvement in Weather Vane Attachments for Lightning Rods
Lightning rod top cap for holding weather vanes (shows a rooster)
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Point  
U 183,425 October 17, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for twisted sheet metal lightning rod composed of hollow end to fit over end of rod and pinned to rod with matching threaded end so coupling parts can be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 183,426 October 17, 1876 Improvement in Lightning Rod Connections
Coupling for twisted sheet metal lightning rod composed of hollow end to fit over end of rod and crimped to secure to rod with matching threaded end so coupling parts can be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1877
U 189,298 April 10, 1877 Improvement in Couplings for Lightning Rods
Coupling for corrugated or fluted lightning rods of same shape fitted over the ends of the rods and riveted
BRADLEY, Lucien
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 192,628 July 3, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Glass lightning rod ball with silver or gold coating on the inside
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Ornament  
U 192,718 July 3, 1877 Improvement in Couplings for Lightning Rods
Coupling for tubular lightning rods with male and female parts allowing the ends to be screwed together
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 196,235 October 16, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made with a spirally fluted tubular core with one or more smaller tubular wires wrapped around in the fluted depressions with coupling having a male thread on each end to screw into end of rod which has female threads
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod  
U 198,471 December 25, 1877 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod composed of sheet metal formed into a pair of tubes with rod laying between the tubes and multiple tubes and rods can be used
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod  
 1878
U 201,059 March 5, 1878 Improvement in Lightning Rod Connections
Coupling for lightning rod with matching male and female threads applied to the ends of rods and then the whole galvanized to make one continuous rod section
SMITH, Charles H.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1879
U 211,441 January 14, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rod Couplings
Coupling for lightning rod that is cast in iron on the ends of the rods and provided with male and female threaded ends
TURNER, Edward S.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 211,847 February 4, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Coupling for lightning rods that is larger diameter than rod and supplied with male and female threads
HEWITT, John
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 212,608 February 25, 1879 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod composed of two metal strips twisted around a rod in the middle and encased in a copper tube
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod  
U 215,028 May 6, 1879 Improvement in Weather Vanes
Metallic weather vane fitted with panes of colored glass in the tail
TURNER, Edward S.
Lightning Rod Ornament  
 1881
U 243,021 June 14, 1881 Lightning Rod Ornament
Lightning rod ornament consisting of a skeleton of metal wires in the shape of a ball
WELIN, Andrew J.
Lightning Rod Ornament  
 1883
U 270,379 January 9, 1883 Lightning Rod
Lightning rod made of hollow copper filled with non-metallic material and special connectors on each end
BRANDON, John H.
Lightning Rod  
U 278,028 May 22, 1883 Lightning Rod
Method of connecting flanged or ribbed lightning rods
LOBDELL, Augustus C.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
U 279,274 June 12, 1883 Binding Post
Knob with grooves to wrap line wire around
PATTERSON, William R.
Knob Western Electric Co.
U 287,092 October 23, 1883 Mechanism for Preventing Induced Currents in Telephone Lines
Pre-transposition technique to eliminate induced current on telephone and telegraph wires
BRENNAN, James W.
ROUSSEAU, Necter
Transposition  
U Specimen known 289,449 December 4, 1883 Insulator
Transposition style but not intended for transposition (CD 199 & U-197)
ROUSSEAU, Necter
Insulator 1/2 to James W. Brennan
 1885
U 328,071 October 13, 1885 Grain Stack Protector
Lightning protection for grain stacks using a portable system
SCHAUER, Florian
Lightning Rod  
 1886
U 349,788 September 28, 1886 Insulator
Knob
FITCH, Nathan T.
Knob  
 1887
U 372,940 November 8, 1887 Insulating Joint
Glass ball to insulate a hanging lamp fixture from the support
SODEN, Francis H.
GOEHST, Henry
Insulating Joint  
 1888
U 375,756 January 3, 1888 Lightning Rod
Coupling for lightning rods that allows each section to be screwed together
LAWSHE, Spencer R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1889
U 400,464 April 2, 1889 Lightning Rod and Coupling
Coupling burr with serrated ends that interlock with the rod sections
LAWSHE, Spencer R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1890
U Specimen known 443,187 December 23, 1890 Electric Insulator
CD 144, ridges around outside of skirt to break water film
BAIN, Foree
Insulator  
 1891
U 448,395 March 17, 1891 Insulator
Suspension type (2-part wooden) for trolley wires
WHEELER, George K.
Suspension  
U 448,956 March 24, 1891 Electric Insulator
Self-tying via metal band screwed on top
GRAHAM, George H.
GANNANE, Thomas
Self-tying Miscellaneous  
 1892
D 21,377 March 8, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for insulator
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,378 March 8, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for two insulators
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,379 March 8, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for insulator
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,380 March 8, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for insulator
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,439 March 29, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for insulator
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,454 April 12, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for insulator
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
D 21,455 April 12, 1892 Design for an Insulator Bracket
Bracket for two insulators
WIRT, Charles
Bracket  
U 474,319 May 3, 1892 Insulator
Strain type
GOODRICH, Charles F.
Strain 1/2 to John G. Thompson
U 488,046 December 13, 1892 Insulator
Strain type
WIRT, Charles
Strain  
 1893
U 492,394 February 28, 1893 Insulator Bracket
Bracket, adjustable angle with spring end for threads
EICHBERG, William N.
Bracket  
 1894
U 522,302 July 3, 1894 Self-Locking Cleat for Electric Wires
Cleat - self-tying (shown on page 273 of 1897 Electric Appliance Co. catalog No. 12
NASHOLD, Elias
Cleat 2/5 to Henry Baskette
 1895
U 545,620 September 3, 1895 Cleat for Electric Wires
Self tying cleat known as the ""Eureka""
WOOD, Montraville M.
Cleat  
 1896
U 556,971 March 24, 1896 Insulated Support for Contact Rails
Third rail insulator with top and side brackets (see reissue 11,613 on 6-22-1897)
HANSON, Augustus
CHAPMAN, James R.
Third Rail  
U 563,482 July 7, 1896 Insulating Support for Rails or Electric Railways
Third rail pin type insulator
HALEY, Patrick
Third Rail  
 1897
R 11,613 June 22, 1897 Insulator Support for Contact Rails
Third rail insulator with top and side brackets (reissue of 556,971)
HANSON, Augustus
CHAPMAN, James R.
Third Rail General Electric Co.
U 593,625 November 16, 1897 Insulated Hanger
Hanger insulator of glass or porcelain encased in metal for arc lamps
WARNER, Ernest P.
Hanger Western Electric Co.
 1898
D 28,743 May 31, 1898 Design for an Insulator Plate
Truncated triangular glass plate with three wiring knobs for arc lights
MCDONALD, William B.
Misc  
U 609,888 August 30, 1898 Clamp for Electric Wires
Tie wire clamp with wing nut
LEONARD, Sylvester S.
Tie Wire  
 1900
U 643,842 February 20, 1900 Non-Refillable Bottle
Bottle that cannot be refilled
HAVEN, John V. D.
Bottle 2/3 to Roderick R. Andrus and James M. Rude
U 660,271 October 23, 1900 Insulating Knob for Electric Light Wiring
Knob - self-tying
HENDERSON, Robert H.
HENDERSON, John G.
Knob  
 1901
U 687,230 November 26, 1901 Insulator Support
Pin with split threads
HALLETT, Thomas E.
Pin  
 1902
U 710,297 September 30, 1902 Insulator
Pin with split wooden cob around curved metal bracket
PEIRCE, Ralph S.
Pin  
 1904
U 760,620 May 24, 1904 Insulator Bracket
Bracket with lag screw to mount a glass insulator
GRANT, Francis Jones
Bracket  
 1905
U 790,957 May 30, 1905 Insulating Support for Third Rails
Support for third rail with insulating material between the support and the rail.
FARNHAM, Wilson
Third Rail  
U 796,760 August 8, 1905 Lightning Conductor
Lightning rod point with multple projections that are plated with platinum and connected to cone-shaped ground rod made of perforated copper sheet and filled with powdered charcoal and buried in a damp layer of soil
PRICE, Frank E.
MCCULLOUGH, William H.
Lightning Rod Point  
U 800,935 October 3, 1905 Electric Wire Tower
Steel tower composed of triangular structure
NOYES, La Verne W.
Tower  
 1906
U 814,613 March 6, 1906 Insulator Pin
Pin (metal) bracket using split sheet metal threads
MACKEAN, Frank
Pin  
U 829,416 August 28, 1906 Third Rail Insulator
Third rail insulator with 2-part metal cap to secure the rail.
MCGILL, John J.
Third Rail 1/2 to Frank J. Guernsey
U 830,501 September 11, 1906 Protecting Bushing for Electric Circuit Wires
Bushing with screw threads
GOEHST, John H.
Bushing Federal Electric Co.
U 833,877 October 23, 1906 Insulator
miscellaneous bolted insulator
GRANT, Francis Jones
Miscellaneous  
 1907
U 840,369 January 1, 1907 Automatic Lathe
Insulator pin threading device
PRINGLE, George W.
Pin E. J. Noblett
U 852,572 May 7, 1907 Lightning Conductor
Lightning rod conductor made of braided wire with ends of the wire pushed through the braiding of the other to make a good connection
MCCULLOUGH, William H.
Lightning Rod  
U 856,488 June 11, 1907 Insulator
Pin (metal) using spring for threads
PEIRCE, JR., Charles L.
Pin Peirce Specialty Co.
U 856,801 June 11, 1907 Insulator
Pin (metal) using spring for threads
PEIRCE, JR., Charles L.
Pin Peirce Specialty Co.
U 857,101 June 18, 1907 Cross Arm for Towers
Cross arm with pins for insulators made of hollow cylindrical steel similar to pipe
NOYES, La Verne W.
Pin  
 1908
U 878,949 February 11, 1908 Electric Wire Insulator
Crossover
HANSON, John H.
Crossover  
U 883,227 March 31, 1908 Insulator
Odd cylindrical insulator with slot of top to hold line wire and threaded exterior to screw into a hold bored in the crossarm and a set screw on top to secure the line wire
PADDEN, Edward F.
Miscellaneous  
U 890,891 June 16, 1908 Insulator Pin
Bracket to hold two insulators vertically
DORFF, Conrad J.
Bracket Fredric Greer
U 893,285 July 14, 1908 Electric Cable Insulator
Terminal insulator providing a tight seal between conductor running down through the center of the insulator
TOMPKINS, Edward M.
Insulator  
U 894,201 July 28, 1908 Insulator
Pin with a threaded wooden block making up one-half of the thimble and metal projection on the other side contacting the threads to keep the wooden half pressed against the pinhole
HALLETT, Thomas E.
Pin  
 1909
U 912,501 February 16, 1909 High Tension Insulator
Large covers for insulators to protect them from rain and thus reduce electrical leakage
SODEN, John K.
Miscellaneous  
U Specimen known 927,701 July 13, 1909 Insulator Support
Pin bracket (metal) for insulator on crossarm
WOODMANSEE, Fay
Pin John Porter and Electric Service Supplies Co.
U 937,515 October 19, 1909 Insulator Pin
Pin (metal) with hollow threaded end
DORFF, Conrad J.
Pin Fredric Greer
 1910
U 970,078 September 13, 1910 Insulator
Self-tying via side mounted device
MEURLING, John A.
Self-tying Miscellaneous  
U 974,207 November 1, 1910 Insulator Support
Bracket for 3-phase circuit using multipart insulator oriented in shape of >
THOMPSON, Warren Ray
Bracket H. M. Byllesby & Co.
 1911
U 1,012,724 December 26, 1911 Insulator Support
Bracket for pin-type insulator with wooden cob & mounted on a pipe
SESSIONS, Edson O.
Bracket Fay Woodmansee
 1912
U 1,034,518 August 6, 1912 Hanger for Electrical Apparatus
Hanger for street lights composed of a bell insulator, cross arm with spool insulators on each end, and a hook to support the lamp.
SCHEIBLE, Albert
Hanger  
 1913
U 1,056,392 March 18, 1913 Insulator
Bushing
BARR, Carl A.
KOREN, Jerome H.
Bushing  
U 1,056,998 March 25, 1913 Insulator
Means of insulating and supporting a bussbar.
JAMIESON, Bertrand G.
KELLER, Carl A.
Bussbar  
 1915
U 1,125,742 January 19, 1915 Cable Supporting Insulator
Clamp type
SESSIONS, Edson O.
Clamp Type Electrical Engineers Equipment Co.
U Specimen known 1,144,732 June 29, 1915 Fuse Device
Fuse holder or cut-out with knife insert to hold the fuse (see reissue ) (see patent 1,270,335)
SCHWEITZER, Edmund O.
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder  
 1916
U 1,167,041 January 4, 1916 Insulator Support
Pin, split metal bolted together below threads
BOOZER, Ralph C.
Pin Joslyn Mfg. & Supply Co.
U 1,167,042 January 4, 1916 Insulator Support
Bracket for large multipart porcelain insulators
BOOZER, Ralph C.
Bracket Joslyn Mfg. & Supply Co.
U 1,171,126 February 8, 1916 Insulator Pin
Pin, sheet metal formed cone and threads
LINDHOLM, John G. S.
LINDHOLM, Anders P.
Pin Anders P. Lindholm
U 1,171,127 February 8, 1916 Metallic Cross Arm Pin
Pin, sheet metal formed ribs and threads
LINDHOLM, John G. S.
Pin Anders P. Lindholm
U 1,181,399 May 2, 1916 Lightning Rod Connecting Clamp
Coupling for connecting lightning rods to conductor which clamps around both ends
MCCULLOUGH, William H.
Lightning Rod Coupling J. W. Moorehead, Rayburn Hunter & Co.
U 1,199,735 September 26, 1916 Insulator Pin
Pin, metal to prevent turning of threaded head (improvement of 1,094,852)
PORTER, John W.
Pin Electric Service Supplies Co.
 1917
U 1,219,450 March 20, 1917 Insulator
Suspension with interlocking linkage similar to Hewlett and hog liver
FOWLE, Frank F.
Suspension  
U 1,222,952 April 17, 1917 Fuse Device
Fuse holder with plug insert to hold the fuse. (see reissue 14,844)
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder 1/2 to Edmund O. Schweitzer
U 1,246,304 November 13, 1917 Support for Electric Conductors
Bracket for 3 large insulators for pole top
MUELLER, Otto
HAMER, William D.
Bracket Electric Service Supplies Co.
R Specimen known 14,416 December 25, 1917 Fuse Device
Reissue of patent 1,144,732 for fuse holder with knife insert. (see patent 1,144,732)
SCHWEITZER, Edmund O.
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder  
 1918
U Specimen known 1,270,335 June 25, 1918 Fuse Device
Fuse holder or cut-out with knife insert. (See patent 1,144,732)
SCHWEITZER, Edmund O.
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder  
U 1,274,555 August 6, 1918 Choke Coil Mounting
Secure mounting of a choke coil on top of two multipart insulators fitted with metal brackets clamped to the crown (see 1,574,964 and 1,663,007)
JACOBS, Ernest H.
Choke Coil Electrical Engineers Equipment Co.
D 52,339 August 27, 1918 Design for a Weather Vane or Lightning Rod Ornament
Weathervane with a winged wheel attached
MOHRMANN, Paul
Weathervane Friedley-Voshardt Co.
D 52,340 August 27, 1918 Design for a Weather Vane or Lightning Rod Ornament
Weathervane with a stork bird attached
MOHRMANN, Paul
Weathervane Friedley-Voshardt Co.
D 52,341 August 27, 1918 Design for a Weather Vane or Lightning Rod Ornament
Weathervane with an ear of corn attached
MOHRMANN, Paul
Weathervane Friedley-Voshardt Co.
D 52,361 August 27, 1918 Design for a Weather Vane or Lightning Rod Ornament
Weathervane with a witch and crescent moon attached
MOHRMANN, Paul
Weathervane Friedley-Voshardt Co.
 1920
U 1,328,732 January 20, 1920 Insulator Pin
Improvement of the Lee pin (see 855,253) to allow adjustment of the insulator
HARMS, Rhinehart W.
Pin The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
R 14,844 April 20, 1920 Fuse Device
Reissue of patent 1,222,952 for fuse holder with plug insert to hold the fuse. (see patent 1,222,952)
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder 1/2 to Edmund O. Schweitzer
 1921
U 1,388,217 August 23, 1921 Insulator
Metal cap to secure conductor to the top of the insulator
THOMAS, Cyril H.
Miscellaneous  
U 1,393,330 October 11, 1921 Electrical Insulator
Links for Hewlett suspension disks (see 1,110,934)
WELCH, Walter J.
TRACY, Atlee H.
Suspension H. M. Byllesby & Co.
 1926
U 1,574,964 March 2, 1926 Insulation Equipment
Special insulator design for bus bar and equipment support (see 1,274,555 and 1,663,007)
GETTS, Frank E.
Insulator Electrical Engineers Equipment Co.
 1928
U 1,663,007 March 20, 1928 Electric Conductor Support
Insulator attachments to support equipment (see 1,274,555 and 1,574,964)
JACOBS, Ernest H.
Equipment Electrical Engineers Equipment Co.
U 1,666,326 April 17, 1928 Lightning Rod
Lightning rod made of locked seam copper tubing that can be easily formed, wrapped around other rods and conductors, and with ends that slip together and readily riveted
DALLAS, Charles D.
Lightning Rod  
 1931
U 1,819,302 August 18, 1931 Oil and Air Break Pothead Disconnect
Pothead disconnect
RAH, Joseph
Insulator G. & W. Electric Specialty Co.
 1932
U 1,839,594 January 5, 1932 Bracket
Bracket for poles for several rack spool wireholders (see reissue 19,473)
RICK, Karl L.
Bracket  
U 1,848,501 March 8, 1932 Caster Base
Wood, cork, and felt support for piano legs
STEVENS, Charles Whitney
Piano  
 1935
R 19,473 February 19, 1935 Bracket
Bracket for poles for several rack spool wireholders (see 1,839,594)
RICK, Karl L.
Bracket Joslyn Mfg. & Supply Co.
 1936
U 2,050,510 August 11, 1936 Cable Saddle
Cable rack insulator for supporting heavy cables by simply laying the cable in the rack insulator.
THOMS, Alexander P.
KELLER, Carl A.
Cable Rack  
 1937
U 2,082,566 June 1, 1937 Connector
Steel connector for strain, suspensions, and other insulators
BERNDT, Arthur A.
Connector Electroline Corp.
 1939
U 2,172,810 September 12, 1939 Reinforcement for Transmission Lines and the Like
Preformed length of wire for specific line wire diameter to extend on either side of insulator to dampen out vibration in the line wire
SHERMAN, Delmar C.
Miscellaneous  
 1941
U 2,267,202 December 23, 1941 Fuse Box Construction
Improved design of fuse holder box made of glass
HOLMES, Minot K.
MCMAHON, George F.
RAMSEY, Allan
Fuse Holder Schweitzer & Conrad, Inc.
 1942
U 2,297,600 September 29, 1942 Insulator Support
Steel pin for carrier circuits with threads coated with rubber
WILLIAMS, Richard H.
Pin The B. F. Goodrich Co.
U Specimen known 2,299,960 October 27, 1942 Bracket and Method of Transposing Wires
Transposition bracket
BREWSTER, Truman P.
MCKAHAN, Alexander C.
Transposition  
 1943
U 2,336,324 December 7, 1943 Strain Insulator
A rod of wood as a guy strain insulator for transmission poles
WARREN, Pickett L.
Strain Royal Electric Mfg. Co.
 1946
U 2,396,895 March 19, 1946 Conductor Grip for Insulators
Tie wire replacement for Hi-Top styles using a preformed sheet metal strap and ears that fold over the line wire
SINES, Harold S.
Tie Wire  
 1948
U 2,454,677 November 23, 1948 Secondary Rack
Strong secondary rack bracket that is shorter yet easily bolted in place.
SMALLEY, Burt M.
Bracket/secondary Rack Joslyn Mfg and Supply Co.
 1955
U 2,699,628 January 18, 1955 Caster Cup
Molded top supporting plate supported by resilent material
AUER, Betty
Piano  

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