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Twine Holder (Patent No: 124584)

Inventor: Currey, Samuel James

Location: Innisfail

Comments: N/A

Description: Samuel James Currey, Innisfail, Alberta, Canada, 22nd March, 1910; 6 years. Filed 1st December, 1909. Receipt No. 177,000.

Claim.—1. In a twine holder the combination with a
receptacle, of a hanger attached to the receptacle and consisting of a, piece of bent wire presenting a hanging loop, the lower portion of which is compressed and adapted to have the twine pass therethrough, and a weighted hook suspended from such eye, as described.

2. A twine holder comprising a horizontally arranged cylindrical receptacle with an opening in the middle of its top for the introduction of a ball of twine, a perforation at one side for the passage of the twine, and an eye on its underside, a wire hanger attached to such receptacle and formed with a hanging loop having its lower portion compressed, a suspended weighted hook engaging the said compressed portion of the eye, a rod extending downwardly from the bottom of the receptacle and counterweight slidably mounted upon such rod and having an eye, substantially as described.

3. A twine holder comprising receptacle b with open c hole b1 and eye u, hanger e consisting of loop f compressed as k vertical portions g, inclined portions h, and ends i tension device consisting of ball m and hook n, and take-up device p and r, and take-up device consisting of rod p with stop g, and counterweight r with eye s, substantially as described.


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