"THE INVENTOR," Vol. I, Nos. 7-9, March-May, 1856. Haskell Low, Co.

"THE INVENTOR," Vol. I, Nos. 7-9, March-May, 1856

New-York: Low, Haskell & Co., 1856. First Editions. Original Wrappers. Three issues of this scarce periodical, 32pp per issue. Woodcut illustrations in text and inside back covers. Bound in printed wrappers. Old, faint stains, not obtrusive. 10" x 6.5". Each issue contains about a dozen articles on new inventions, plus reports on patents and claims, &c. Some of the articles in these issues are: Newbery's Magazine Pistol; Improvement in Ship Building; Paige's Adjustable Car Brake Blocks; Iron Pavement; A Story-and-a-half Cottage; Loveless' Patent Cooking Stove; A Monster Gun; Cadwell's Patent Dead-eye; Steam Power on Wheels; Nowlan's Patent Domestic Mangles; Cotton Superseded by Silk; Tennessee Railways; Barkley's Improved Fountain Lamp; Boardman's Coal Burner; &c., &c. Laid into the May, 1856 issue is a 9.75" x 7.75" broadside, American and European Office for Patents, 304 Broadway..., advertising to represent inventors and others who wish to apply for patents. Very Good. Item #039368

[Unrecorded by WorldCat, although the Hagley Museum Library has bound volumes I and II, 1855-1857.].

Price: $120.00

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