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Ward William A: Gunsight mount with spring biased jaw. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, April 15, 1975: US3877166 (92 worldwide citation)

A gunsight mount composed of two support members, an upper sight support member and a lower attaching post member, is disclosed. One of the members has a recess, the other a projection fitting into the recess. A spring biased cam operated jaw is slidably mounted in the recess member transverse the r ...


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Hendry Robert S: Ball having internal lighting system. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, April 16, 1974: US3804411 (66 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to an educational toy called a comet ball which may be utilized in many games involving both skill and chance. The comet ball comprises a plastic ball having a source of interior illumination and having designed on its surface small areas through which light shines brightly. ...


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McManus Ira J: Sheet material bending and deforming tool. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, September 2, 1975: US3902350 (26 worldwide citation)

A sheet material bending and deforming tool particularly useful in conjunction with a steel building construction configuration is disclosed. The tool is composed of a pair of arms having material receiving slots which grip the material to deform it about a curved bar apex extending upright with res ...


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Iozzio Phyllis: Rain jacket for dogs. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, November 11, 1975: US3918238 (26 worldwide citation)

A rain jacket for dogs is disclosed comprising a forward body portion, a hood portion, two front leg portions and a back flap portion, all mutually attached and comprised of a flexible waterproof material. The jacket is closed with fastening means positioned along the chest line and secured with a p ...


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Murphy Thomas F: Perforated golf putter. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, June 25, 1974: US3819180 (25 worldwide citation)

A golf club of the putter type has a head with a relatively small impact area and lateral extensions thereof which form deflected balance wings. The impact area of the head contains perforations forming air passages to minimize the air cushion at the moment of impact and to reduce the mass density i ...


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Curcio Michael P: Miter box. Cannon Jr James J, January 1, 1974: US3782235 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved miter box for use by carpenters and others in making miter joints, particularly for mitering picture, cove, casing and base mouldings. The general improvement lies in substituting a square-shaped box for the conventional U-shaped form, and making this mit ...


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Foulke Richard F, Kelly James E: Tailless wire bonder. Mech El, Cannon Jr James J, February 4, 1975: US3863827 (16 worldwide citation)

An improved tailless wire-bonding apparatus for bonding fine wire such as that used in the manufacture of semiconductor devices. An improved wire control and feed system permits this apparatus to bond at varying work heights, expose a predetermined length of wire below the bonding tool after each te ...


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Ferrara Rose S: Mail receptacle. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, April 9, 1974: US3802620 (16 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to an improved, detachable, portable receptacle for receiving mail inserted through a mail slot, which is easily attachable to and detachable from a mail slot in a door or other location. The receptacle comprises a simple frame of two U-shaped members hinged together and fitt ...


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Walters John E: Hydraulic pile driver. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, June 10, 1975: US3888317 (16 worldwide citation)

A fully powered hydraulic pile driver whereby maximum desired movement and positioning of leads is accomplished under full hydraulic power, thus simplifying the pile driver mechanism and providing positive and precise control to the operator. A hydraulically powered telescoping spotter is provided w ...


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Guttman Murray: Model auto-giro. Cannon Jr James J, Cannon James J, December 31, 1974: US3857194 (13 worldwide citation)

Four configurations of a model auto-gyro are disclosed with appropriate methods and means of control for each configuration. Two configurations utilize a pivoting stabilator and a fixed rotor shaft and permit the auto-giro to take off, ascend, loop, descend and land, but do not permit it to hover. T ...