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SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent LEFT JOIN name ON name.patent = patent.patent AND name.type = patent.type WHERE (last_name = 'KNAPP') AND (first_name = 'George S.') ORDER BY description ASC, date, patent, type

Total of 5 patents found where: Last Name is 'KNAPP'; First Name is 'George S.';

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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1879
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  
 1871
U 113,154 March 28, 1871 Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of hollow copper star rod with iron wire filling the inside and annealed wire in the star points
FOOT, David A.
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod  
 1877
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  
 1871
U 119,987 October 17, 1871 Improvement in Machines for Making Lightning Rods
Machine for making lightning rods (see 113,154) by wrapping wires around a central core, covering with a sheath of sheet copper, and coiling up the rod as it is produced
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod Machine  
U 116,453 June 27, 1871 Improvement in Machines for Joining Tubular Lightning Rods
Machine or dies for opening one end of a tubular lightning rod and compressing the end of another rod section so the two ends fit together and secured by soldering
KNAPP, George S.
Lightning Rod Coupling  

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