Edison: His Life and Inventions - Vol. 2

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LIST OF UNITED STATES PATENTS

List of United States patents granted to Thomas A. Edison,
arranged according to dates of execution of ap-
plications for such patents. This list shows
the inventions as Mr. Edison has worked
upon them from year to year

NO. TITLE OF PATENT DATE EXECUTED
1868
90,646 Electrographic Vote Recorder Oct. 13, 1868
1869
91,527 Printing Telegraph (reissued October
25, 1870, numbered 4166, and August
5, 1873, numbered 5519) Jan. 25, 1869
96,567 Apparatus for Printing Telegraph (re
issued February 1, 1870, numbered 3820) Aug. 17, 1869
96,681 Electrical Switch for Telegraph Ap-
paratus Aug. 27, 1869
102,320 Printing Telegraph--Pope and Edison
(reissued April 17, 1877, numbered
7621, and December 9, 1884, num-
bered 10,542)
Sept. 16, 1869
103,924 Printing Telegraphs--Pope and Edison (reissued August 5, 1873)
1870
103,035 Electromotor Escapement Feb. 5, 1870
128,608 Printing Telegraph Instruments May 4, 1870
114,656 Telegraph Transmitting Instruments June 22, 1870
114,658 Electro Magnets for Telegraph Instru-
ments
June 22, 1870
114,657 Relay Magnets for Telegraph Instru-
ments
Sept. 6, 1870

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