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Blackhead Remover (Patent No: 376518)

Inventor: Tobiasson, Victor T.

Location: MacLeod

Comments: N/A

Description: Victor T. Tobiasson, MacLeod, Alberta, Canada. 13th September, 1938. Filed 6th August, 1937. Serial No. 444,240.

Claim.—1. In an instrument as described comprising a hollow nozzle forming a receptacle having an apertured end threadably engaged in a closure receptacle, a tubular conduit member likewise threadably engaged on said closure receptacle and suction means associated therewith.

2. In an instrument as described, comprising a hollow nozzle forming a receptacle having an apertured end threadably engaged in a closure receptacle, a tubular conduit member likewise threadably engaged on said closure receptacle, a collar attached to said tubular member having a pair of arms mounted thereon, one of said arms being hinged thereto and suction means associated with said arms.

3. In an instrument as described, comprising a hollow nozzle forming a receptacle having an apertured end threadably engaged in a closure receptacle, a tubular conduit member likewise threadably engaged on said closure receptacle, a collar attached to said tubular member having a pair of arms having finger loops mounted thereon, one said arms being hinged thereto, the other being in fixed relation to the collar, and a collapsible air chamber secured in an air tight manner to said collar and said arms to be collapsed or expanded thereby, substantially as set forth.

Claims allowed, 3.

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