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Author Name:    Patents - Railway Cars CANTLEY, Thomas

Title:   No. 24,474 A.D. 1914. Date of Application, 2nd Oct., 1914 - Accepted, 4th Mar., 1915. Complete Specification. Improvements in or relating to Draw-bar Yokes for Railway Cars and the like.

Publisher:    Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office, by Love and Malcomson, Ltd. HMSO, Redhill, 1915, 

Seller ID:   95421

(Patents – Railway Cars). No. 24,474 A.D. 1914. Date of Application, 2nd Oct., 1914 – Accepted, 4th Mar., 1915. Complete Specification. Improvements in or relating to Draw-bar Yokes for Railway Cars and the like. (Redhill : Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office, by Love and Malcomson, Ltd., 1915). Pp (2),+ folding late. 4to, stitched, disbound. “1, Thomas Cantley. General Manager of the Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Company, of “Bonnie Brae”, Mountain Road, in the City of New Glasgow, Province of Nova Scotia, Dominion of Canada, do hereby declare the nature of this invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, to be particularly described and ascertainedin and by the following statement: — This invention relates to draw-bars f or railway cars and the like, which form a connecting link between the solid underframe of such cars, and the coupling members secured thereto; and the objects of the invention are to simplify and cheapen the manufacture of the same, while still retaining the same, if not an improved, ultimate form and strength of the modified part, of this device.” - (opening paragraph). Disbound, edges nicked, Nottingham Patent Library inkstamps, else very good. 50.00


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