Patent US-1908-907120

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Plurality of wings (aeroplanes) made from silk mounted on a frame, operated by cranks; clutch can be used to cut connection to propellers and store up power in the flywheel.

  • Inventor location (imputed by HistPat): Manchester, England
Patent family descending from Patent US-1908-907120
  • Patent US-1908-907120 (English title: Aerial machine)
  • Patent US-1908-907310 (English title: Aerial machine, Supplementary to patent: Patent US-1908-907120)

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Year filed 1904
Year granted 1908
Office US
Patent number 907120
Inventors Henry Shepley Booth
Inventor country GB
Applicant person Henry Shepley Booth
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? Yes
Original title Aerial machine
English title Aerial machine
Tech fields navigation, flapping, airfoil, rudder, clutch
Filing date April 26, 1904
Full specification filed date
Application number 1904205052
Grant date December 22, 1908
Granted? No
Publication date
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number 205052
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National tech categories USPC 244/22, USPC 74/665B
IPCs IPC B64C33/02
CPCs CPC Y10T74/19056, CPC B64C33/02
Family year 1904
First filing? Yes
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Application ID 47147858
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