Neilson, 1910, Aeroplane Patents
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This is a book of British and US aero patents. It also describes the patent system and gives advice to inventors.
The author, Robert Neilson, was an expert patent agent who wrote other books about patent practice and steam turbine technology.
If this book refers to a patent, that's a more-than-99% confidence signal that the patent was related to aeronautics.
Regarding dates given in this book for British patents:
The date in the reviews given below which immediately follows the number of each patent is the date of application. When, previous to this date, a patent for the same invention has been applied for by the same inventor or with his consent in one or more other countries signatory to the International Convention, the date of the first application in a convention country is given in parenthesis. The term of the British patent counts from this date. See Section I. p. 8.
On this website it is a good practice to link directly from a patent to Neilson's pages about it, using a bibliographic reference or footnote like this one. That makes it easy for the next person to recheck or fill in details.
- p. 15
|Original title||Aeroplane Patents|
|Simple title||Aeroplane Patents|
|Related to aircraft?||1|