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Improvements in or relating to golf clubs and the like. James Hamilton Stirling, March 22, 1923: GB194823-A (87 worldwide citation)

194,823. Stirling, J. H. Dec. 23, 1921. Golf clubs; handles.- Relates to golf clubs, cricket bats, tennis rackets, and the like of the kind wherein the weight and balance may be varied by means of adjustable weights mounted on a stem which is provided with a cap and fits into a cavity in the club &c ...


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Improvements in piston valves for steam and other engines. James Hamilton Stirling, March 3, 1921: GB159384-A (8 worldwide citation)

159,384. Stirling, J. H. Dec. 23, 1919. Slide valves, cylindrical and piston. - A double-headed piston valve, Fig. 1, is provided with pressure-relief, ball valves f arranged to co-operate with seatings formed on the inner ends of radial passages h in a detachable valve ring i arranged behind should ...


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Improvements in superheaters for use in connection with steam generators. James Hamilton Stirling, August 19, 1920: GB149554-A

149,554. Stirling, J. H. Oct. 23, 1919. Butt joints; jointing tubes to headers.-Joints for fixing tubes to a header in a superheater are formed by a soft ring d held between the face and the header and a recess e in the collar b of the tube, Fig. 1, or in the terminal block a, Fig. 5. The recess lea ...


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Improvements relating to the charging of cigarette and pipe lighters. James Hamilton Stirling, December 17, 1948: GB614616-A

614,616. Cigarette lighters, recharging. STIRLING, J. H. July 24, 1946, No. 22081. [Class 75 (iii)] [Also in Group XVIII] A cigarette lighter recharging apparatus consists of a fuel container 1, Fig. 1, from which a wick 6 extends through a conduit 5 having a nozzle 5a adjacent a pivoted platform 10 ...


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Improvements in or relating to shaving apparatus. James Hamilton Stirling, September 28, 1936: GB454245-A

454,245. Sharpening razors. STIRLING, J. H., Southease, North Trade Road, Battle, Sussex. March 26, 1935, No. 9429. [Class 60] [See also Group XIV] Safety-razor blades are made of such section or are secured to distance pieces of such size that when laid on a strop they are inclined at an angle suit ...


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Improvements in or relating to ventilators. James Hamilton Stirling, February 19, 1934: GB406332-A

406,332. Ventilators. STIRLING, J. H., Southease, North Trade Road, Battle, Sussex. Aug. 17, 1932, Nos. 23081 and 28179. [Class 137.] A ventilator for use in an upright, horizontal, or inclined member of a window frame in a substantially vertical plane comprises a port 2 and an outer plate 3 to prev ...