|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1890-00-00' AND date < '1891-00-00') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type|
Total of 28 patents found where: Year is 1890
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||418,766||January 7, 1890||Support for Electric Conductors
Brodie tree insulator with large lag screw and adjustable position.
|SMITH, Joseph Brodie
|U||419,642||January 21, 1890||Insulator for Electric Wires
Split ring with split ring holder and lag screw
|CORNOG, Isaac P.
|U||419,875||January 21, 1890||Screw Press for Insulators
Press for making insulators
|U||421,819||February 18, 1890||Insulator
Blocks (2) to hold wire and pole system
|DAVY, John W.
|U||422,651||March 4, 1890||Insulator
Cleat with split ends
|STANLEY, George E.
|U||425,513||April 15, 1890||Insulator
Rainshed (hood) over wire
|KOOKOGEY, William P.
||Rainshed||The Kookogey Electric Co.|
|U||426,198||April 22, 1890||Insulator
Covers for insulators on crossarms to protect them from rain and reduce electrical leakage
|MUNSIE, James F.
|U||426,203||April 22, 1890||Insulator
Wood tree insulator with line wire running through the center of a rod of wood
|MUNSIE, James F.
||Wood||Thomas L. Coles|
|U||427,296||May 6, 1890||Insulator
CD 141.8 and CD 1037, self-tying with tapered pin hole & clamping flange
|BUZBY, Joseph F.
|U||428,979||May 27, 1890||Electric Insulator
Blocks coated with composition material to support overhead lines for electric railway
|WATSON, George B.
||Composition||The Gould & Watson Co.|
|U||430,296||June 17, 1890||Insulator
CD 257, CD 259, CD 263, dove-tail ears on crown - helmet. Patent is also found on New Lexington porcelain insulators M-3890 and M-4325A.
|U||430,696||June 24, 1890||Insulator
Cylinder with external threads to screw into crossarm
|SEAMON, William H.
|U||433,284||July 29, 1890||Non-Conductive and Ornamental Handle for Vessels, $c.
Composition handle for tea pots, knives, door knobs, and electrical switches
|GOULD, William P.
|U||433,409||July 29, 1890||Electric Railway
Electric railway with third rail insulated with glass insulators.
|KEITHLEY, Herbert R.
|U||433,459||August 5, 1890||Lightning Rod Tower
Lightning rod tower used to protect a group of houses or buildings
|FERRELL, Isaac M.
|U||433,561||August 5, 1890||Cleat for Electric Wires
|U||434,144||August 12, 1890||Electric Insulator
Tie wire clip
|DUNBAR, John K.
|U||434,879||August 19, 1890||Electric Insulator
CD 144.5 and CD 260, ridges around inner surface of skirt
|U||436,120||September 9, 1890||Insulator Bracket
Bracket of metal with split threads
|CHUBBUCK, H. Eugene
|U||437,526||September 30, 1890||Lightning Protector for Oil Tanks
Method of protecting oil tanks from lightning
|SPANG, Henry W.
|U||437,685||October 7, 1890||Insulator
Coating on exterior of insulator to color code line
|GAYNOR, Thomas F.
||Coating||The Gaynor Electric Co.|
|U||438,532||October 14, 1890||Insulating Appliance for Electric Batteries
Battery jar and large battery rest insulator with upturned cup to hold insulating fluid. Some think the rods (a2) that hold the plates apart are the glass U-shaped ""rods"" known in the hobby, but there is no evidence of this in the patent.
|CURRIE, Stanley C. C.
||Battery||The United Gas Improvement Co.|
|U||440,042||November 4, 1890||Insulator for Electric Conductors
Knob - 2 piece
|U||441,849||December 2, 1890||Electric Line Hook
Hook made of iron to secure line wire with threaded end to screw in crossarm
|LOCKE, Fred M.
|Hook||1/3 to Theodore Norton|
|U||443,048||December 16, 1890||Method of Protecting Building from Lightning
Lightning rod with non-conducting box filled with soot to break the electric current forcing it to disperse
|HODGES, Nathaniel D. C.
|U||443,174||December 23, 1890||Insulator
Wooden insulator used in a trolley wire hanger
|EMMET, William Le Roy
|U||443,187||December 23, 1890||Electric Insulator
CD 144, ridges around outside of skirt to break water film
|U||443,403||December 23, 1890||Revolving Mold for Glassware
Mold for glassware (for making seamless glass)
|NEVILLE, Asa G.
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