|SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1867-00-00' AND date < '1868-00-00') ORDER BY specimen ASC, date, patent, type|
Total of 22 patents found where: Year is 1867
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|T / S||Patent||Date||Description||Patentee||Category||Assigned To|
|U||61,390||January 22, 1867||Improved Compound for Telegraph Insulators, and for Other Purposes
Heating earthenware insulators to 400-500 degrees and dipping into asphaltic compound that has been mixed with sulfur, silicic acid, and silicate of alumina to provide a hard, weather-resistant coating
|BOYNTON, John F.
|U||61,741||February 5, 1867||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made from an iron rod with grooves and strips of copper slid into the grooves to make ribs
|U||64,315||April 30, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Insulator
Gutta-percha and bell covering to keep section of wire dry
|HENDRICKSON, Stephen C.
|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)
|U||65,775||June 11, 1867||Improvement in Lightning Rods
Lightning rod made of a continuous strip of copper wound and corrugated into rods
||Lightning Rod||Jacob A. Kissell and Nathan Blickensderfer|
|U||65,886||June 18, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Hook with wooden block, insulator with dead air space and wooden disk, glass lugs
|DAY, Alfred B.
|U||66,215||July 2, 1867||Improvement in Insulator Holders
Lightning rod insulator holder for glass insulator
||Lightning Rod Insulator|
|U||66,453||July 9, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraphs
Earthenware pin and insulator saturated with tar
|BOYNTON, John F.
|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.
|U||69,585||October 8, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Apparatus
|POND, C. H.
|U||70,132||October 22, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Slotted, flanged insulator in slot in crossarm
|TELLER, Daniel W.
SAVAGE, William L.
|Slotted||Themselves and W. H. Hoag|
|U||70,741||November 12, 1867||Improvement in Lightning Conductors
Lightning rod with braided copper wire as connecting joints that can be easily turned as desired
|PIKE, William G.
|U||71,418||November 26, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Cup under insulator (similar to oil insulator) to maintain dry surfaces (see reissue 3,499 on 6-8-1869) Patent was used by Central Electric Co.
|SIMONDS, W. Edgar
|U||63,206||March 26, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Hook encased in metal or wood allows arcing to ground
|U||64,196||April 30, 1867||Improvement in the Manufacture of Porcelain
Mixing cryolite, chiolite, and fluellite with sand and other common compounds for making glass in order to make a substance that looks similar to porcelain, but is actually glass that can be cast and formed like glass.
|CHEYNEY, Waldron J.
|U||64,654||May 14, 1867||Improvement in Insulators
CD 732.2, threadless insulator with enlarged chamber for slotted pin (CJ 6-93-12)
|U||66,054||June 25, 1867||Improvement in Lightning Rod Insulators
Lightning rod insulator (glass) with tie wire to hold conductor
||Lightning Rod Insulator||1/2 to E. Morse|
|R||2,717||August 6, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraph Wires
Hook cemented in glass & metal case with sulfur (reissue of 45,221)
|U||69,622||October 8, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Telegraphs
Hook in blown glass cemented with sulfur in metal case
|U||70,052||October 22, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Hook in insulating material inserted into crossarm (references Wade insulator) [Smithsonian]
|WAITE, John L.
|U||70,727||November 12, 1867||Improvement in Insulators for Lightning Rods
Lightning rod insulator (glass) with sheet metal strip under shingles
|LOCKHART, Thomas J.
|Lightning Rod Insulator|
|U||71,564||November 26, 1867||Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Metal shell lined with glass or porcelain with wooden pin and paraffin cavity
|WOOD, Merritt L.
||Metal||2/3 to S. Porter & L. M. Monroe|
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