fortescue spool patent


1901 FORTESCUE Darning Spool Patent 6710

6710

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DESIGN.
No. . Patented Jan. 22 1901. W. M. FORTESCUE. DARNING SPOOL. (Application filed Dec. 24 1900.) 471mrneys UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. WILLIAM M. FORTESCUE OF LEAVENWORTH KANSAS. DESIGN FOR A DARNING-SPOOL.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. dated. January 22 1901.
Application filed December 24 1900 aerial No. 40983. Term of patent 14 years. To all whom it may concern: Be it known that I WILLIAM M. FORTESCUE a citizen of the United States residing at Leavenworth in the county of Leavenworth 5 and State of Kansas have produced a new and original Design for a Darning-Spool of 0 which the following is a specification. This invention relates to a new and original design for a darning-spool and has for =-o its object to provide a design of this character which shall be both useful and ornamental. The invention consists in the design hereinafter described and shown in the drawings. In the drawings Figure 1 is a side eleva- Y5 Lion of a darning-spool embodying the herein-described design. Figs. 2 and 3 are elevations of the respective ends thereof. a general taper inwardly from the outer to the inner ends thereof. The cylindrical shank or spool portion 2 has opposite terminal and marginal circular flanges 3 and 4 which have their inner faces 5 and 6 respectively beveled inwardly to the cylindrical surface of the shank. The outer flange 3 is flush with the outer flat circular face of the shank which has a central circular opening 7 therein. The inner flange 4 lies at the intersection of the shank and the body and is slightly greater in diameter than the adjacent inner end of the body while the outer face of the flange is flat free from projections and forms an annular shoulder at the inner end of the body. Both flanges are of the same diameter and have flat outer marginal edges of equal widths. The 30 35 40 45