|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1886-00-00' AND date < '1887-00-00') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type|
Total of 23 patents found where: Year is 1886
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||336,276||February 16, 1886||Insulator for Telegraph Wires
miscellaneous - groove in crown for 2 or more wires of different size
|U||336,828||February 23, 1886||Insulator
Hanger for lamp
|TRAVIS, Charles L.
|U||340,734||April 27, 1886||Electric Wire Insulator
Tie wire embedded in insulator
||Tie Wire||3/4 to George Goss, Samuel Gilson, Andrew Horner|
|U||342,045||May 18, 1886||Means of Securing Glass and Metal Articles Together
Method of applying metal handles to glass jars or other glass articles
|SCHNEIDER, Bennett B.
|U||342,320||May 25, 1886||Electric Circuit Wire Insulator
|BLAKE, Edwin C.
TRIMNELL, Ernest C.
|Self-tying Miscellaneous||Blake & Trimnell and George Hunt|
|U||342,602||May 25, 1886||Fastener for Jar Tops
Globe Fruit Jar
|U||343,014||June 1, 1886||Means for Preventing Disturbances on Telephone Lines
Pre-transposition technique to eliminate induced current on telephone and telegraph wires
|DANN, John E.
|U||343,332||June 8, 1886||Ball Ornament for Lightning Rods
Glass ball ornament for lightning rods
|MUNSON, Alvin Johnston
||Lightning Rod Ornament|
|U||344,096||June 22, 1886||Coupling for Lightning Rods
Coupling for four-pointed twisted lightning rods
|FLOY, Edward A.
||Lightning Rod Coupling|
|U||346,475||August 3, 1886||Insulator Block for Electric Conductors
Wooden insulator mounted on wire to prevent wire touching other
|U||346,971||August 10, 1886||Telegraph Insulator
Spout each end of groove for rain; barbed top groove; hole for tie wire
|U||346,972||August 10, 1886||Telegraph Insulator
Self-tying via bolt in crown
|U||347,454||August 17, 1886||Telegraph Wire and Insulator Fastening
Self-tying with retainer for holding wire in groove
|U||347,635||August 17, 1886||Telegraph Insulator
CD 119, self-tying with fingers (should use instead of 316,812)
|U||347,943||August 24, 1886||Insulator for Electric Wires
Self-tying with metal cam lever
|LEONARDSON, John M.
|U||348,792||September 7, 1886||Electric Tramway System
Wooden insulators for third rail and other various designs for electric tramway
|SMITH, Michael Holroyd
|U||349,022||September 14, 1886||Telegraph Wire and Insulator Fastening
Self-tying via a spiral of wire that fits in the top groove or notch holding the line wire within
|U||349,788||September 28, 1886||Insulator
|FITCH, Nathan T.
|U||350,843||October 12, 1886||Machine for Manufacturing Insulator Pins for Telegraphic Purposes
Machine for turning wooden insulator pins
|U||352,436||November 9, 1886||Electric Insulator
|WINTON, Henry D.
|U||352,437||November 9, 1886||Electric Insulator
|WINTON, Henry D.
|U||353,120||November 23, 1886||Insulator
CD 187, U-81 & U-82, duplex insulator for underside of crossarm
|BROWN, Robert G.
||Insulator||E. S. Greeley & Co.|
|U||355,165||December 28, 1886||Pin Holder for Electric Wire Insulator
Bracket to suspend insulator below crossarm
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