Patent GB-1911-12092

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"In its simplest form the structure may be likened to a monoplane with a smaller biplane superimposed."

Patent-filer Haydn Gough-Turner gave his occupation as Manufacturer and his address as 7A Eldon Grove, Manchester, in the County of Lancashire, Great Britain.

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Year filed 1910
Year granted 1911
Office GB
Patent number 12092
Inventors Haydn Gough-Turner
Inventor country
Applicant person Haydn Gough-Turner
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? Yes
Original title Improvements in or relating to Flying Machines
English title Improvements in or relating to Flying Machines
Tech fields triplane, texture, habitation, airfoil, hybrid, passenger, frame, wheels
Filing date May 17, 1910
Full specification filed date November 17, 1910
Application number 191012092D
Grant date May 11, 1911
Granted? Yes
Publication date
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number
Patent agent
Assigned to
National tech categories
IPCs IPC B64C3/56
CPCs CPC B64C3/56
Family year 1910
First filing? Yes
Number of citations
Cited by
Application ID 23599744
INPADOC family ID 11092594
Number of text pages 4
Number of diagram pages 2
Number of figures 9
Number of claims 6