PATENT SPECIFICATION FOR ANIMAL TRAP

1925
Overview

A four page booklet for a patent specification for, Improvements in and relating to Traps for Animals and the Like. Benjamin Parker, a British subject from Kelmscott put in the application on January 21, 1925, and it was accepted on the 7th of May, 1925.
Pages 1, 2 and 3 contains text describing the way it was built and how it works. The last two pages are doubled over, so the last page (sheet 1) has three technical drawings of the trap in various stages of cutaways showing the internal workings.
Page three is a blank sheet. At the top of page one are two light blue stamps written in Dutch.

Historical information

A complete specification for patent no. 233,276, showing improvements in and relating to Traps for Animals and the like. The application date was on the 21st of January 1925, No.1909/25. Accepted on the 7th of May, 1925. This trap works on a catch and release system rather than a direct kill trap.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-33-COA2016.7
Item type
Width
26.5000 cm
Height or length
19.2000 cm
Year
1925
Statement of significance

This object is part of a collection of items that tells the story of the creativity and ingenuity of members of the local community in relation to art, design and engineering/construction. The collection relates to expressions of creativity that impacted an individual or small group of people to objects that have been enjoyed around the world.
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City of Armadale - History House

City of Armadale - History House

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