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Composition of Matter for Preserving Leather, etc. (Patent No: 224611)

Inventor: Mills, Claude Brookline

Location: High River

Comments: N/A

Description: Claude Brookline Mills, High River, Alberta, Canada, 10th October, 1922. Filed 19th May, 1922. Receipt No. 380,649.

Claim.—1. That herein described composition of matter consisting of neatsfoot oil, Olive oil castor oil, bees wax and beef tallow, substantially and for the purpose specified.

2. The herein described composition of matter for water-proofing, oiling and preserving all harness, saddles, leather and leather goods, consisting of neatsfoot oil eighty-four ounces, olive oil, twenty ounces bees wax, twelve ounces, beef tallow, three ounces and castor oil, three ounces, substantially as described.

Claims allowed, 2.



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