|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1870-00-00' AND date < '1871-00-00') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type|
Total of 22 patents found where: Year is 1870
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||99,145||January 25, 1870||Improvement in the Manufacture of Insulators for Telegraph Poles
Press for making insulators, first making hole, then threads
|U||99,184||January 25, 1870||Improvement in Lightning Rods and Conductors
Lightning rod stamped out of sheet metal into a flat rod with raised edges
|HANKERSON, James W.
||Lightning Rod||1/2 to Winslow Baker|
|U||99,381||February 1, 1870||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Square hollow lightning rod connected with square plug that fits inside the ends and secured by crimping with a punch
|WEST, J. D.
|U||99,461||February 1, 1870||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod point stamped from sheet metal and having two wings
||Lightning Rod Point|
|U||99,873||February 15, 1870||Improvement in Insulator for Telegraphs
Self-tying via cam devise to hold wire with cap covering
|FINLEY, Stephen L.
||Self-tying Miscellaneous||1/2 to Marshall Lefferts|
|R||3,847||February 22, 1870||Improvement in Insulators
Threads formed internally for screw pin (reissue of 48,906)
|CAUVET, Louis A.
|U||100,549||March 8, 1870||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of two sheets of metal forming double tubing with flanges and twisted
|U||103,122||May 17, 1870||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraphic Wire
Hook with metallic oxide cement to hold hook or pin
|BAKER, Robert B.
|U||103,555||May 31, 1870||Improved Mode of Forming Glass Insulators
Press for making insulators using 2-piece mold & one forming operation (see reissue 9,392 on 9-28-1880)
|BROOKFIELD, James M.
|U||105,252||July 12, 1870||Improvement in Battery Insulators
CD 60 and CD 61. Battery insulator with mounting on table. One specimen of CD 61 is known with embossing M. T. Co.
|ROBERTSON, Orris W.
|U||105,625||July 26, 1870||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Gutta-percha, paraffin or other insulation separating two metal shells
|BALDWIN, William W.
|U||105,656||July 26, 1870||Improvement in Cramp Hook for Telegraphic Wire Insulators
Hook with one prong opposite other (assigned to Brooks)
|DECHANT, William H.
|U||105,834||July 26, 1870||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Pin hole tapered with grooves to receive wedged, split-end pin
|U||106,426||August 16, 1870||Improvement in Clasps for Lightning Rods
A lightning rod holder made of two parts held together with a clip and point to drive into the building
|U||107,051||September 6, 1870||Improvement in Machines for Making Tubular Lightning Conductors
Machine for making corrugated lightning rods out of sheet metal
|HOUSEL, Benjamin F.
THAYER, Simeon O.
|Lightning Rod Machine|
|U||107,075||September 6, 1870||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Threaded screw top (external) for mounting in hole in crossarm or pole
|U||107,303||September 13, 1870||Improvement in Attaching Insulators to Telegraph Poles
Threadless insulator mounted on pin via horizontally inserted keeper pin
|STEARNS, Joseph B.
|U||108,354||October 18, 1870||Improvement in Combined Eaves Troughs and Lightning Rods
Eave trough and water pipe used as conductor for lightning rods
|HANKENSON, James W.
|Lightning Rod Conductor|
|U||108,408||October 18, 1870||Improvement in Cutting and Engraving Stone, Metal, Glass &c.
Method of sandblashing to cut or engrave
|TILGHMAN, Benjamin C.
|U||109,455||November 22, 1870||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made from several sheets of metal strips, twisted together in a spiral, and ends connected with a metal pin
|U||109,461||November 22, 1870||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Clamp type via two glass blocks held and kept dry by metal box
|SMITH, Ashbel G.
|Clamp Type||Themselves and William H. Fowler|
|U||109,879||December 6, 1870||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Split insulator protected by metal cage
|DE MONTUFAR, Manuel
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