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Lemon Squeezer (Patent No: 295658)

Inventor: Bradley, George Richard

Location: Calgary

Comments: N/A

Description: George Richard Bradley, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 17th December, 1929. Filed 11th January, 1929. Serial No 345,501.

Claim.—1. A lemon squeezer comprising a reamer adapted to fit within the rind of a half lemon, a trough surrounding the base of said reamer, a bracket secured to said trough an arm pivoted at on-e end to said bracket, a lemon holder adapted to receive therein and hold a half lemon and to fit over said reamer and rotatably mounted in the other end of said arm and a crank whereby the lemon holder may be revolved.

2. A lemon squeezer comprising a lemon holder adapted to hold a half lemon, a reamer to fit within the half lemon a trough surrounding the base of the said reamer, a hinged bracket pivoted at one end to the said trough, the other end being so arranged to hold the said lemon holder so that it may be lifted from or pressed against the said reamer, and means for revolving the said lemon holder.

3. A lemon squeezer comprising a lemon holder adapted to hold a half lemon, a reamer to fit within the half lemon, a trough surrounding the base of the said reamer, means for holding the said lemon holder to the reamer so that it may be pressed against or lifted from the said reamer, a lever so arranged that it may revolve the said lemon holder

Claims allowed 3.

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