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Improvements in fasteners for windows. John Harold Walker, George Jones, April 1, 1948: GB600143-A

600,143. Window catches. WALKER, J. H. (trading as PETFORD & POUNTNEY), and JONES, G. Sept. 28, 1945, No. 25207. [Class 44] A window fastener comprises a channelled bracket 1 carrying a spring 2 and a pivot 4 for a lever 3 and a catch member 5 having an overhanging portion 5b and a recess 5a, Fig. 3 ...


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Improved metal joinery for bays. Const Metalliques Du Batiment, January 2, 1958: GB788490-A

788,490. Windows. SOC. DE CONSTRUCTIONS METALLIQUES DU BATIMENT S.C.M.B. Feb. 21, 1956 [Jan. 30, 1956], No. 5266/56. Class 20(3) A window comprises a fixed frame formed by two uprights A, B and upper and lower transverse members C, D, and casements V1. V2 each formed of two uprights E1, F1 or E2, F ...


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EDWARDS JOHN HENRY: [en] Improved Window Fastener.. EDWARDS JOHN HENRY, June 2, 1899: GB189821911-A

[en] 21,911. Edwards, J. H. Oct. 18. Sash fastenings.-A tumbler a is pivoted to a casing c on the outer sash-bar, and is formed with projections d, e at the pivoted end. A plate f on the inner sash-bar causes the tumbler to fall when the window is closed. A block h sliding in the casing c then falls ...


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An improved automatic window fastener. Stanley James Williams, Jack Hedley Webster, January 6, 1921: GB155932-A

155,932. Williams, S. J., and Webster, J. H. Oct. 10, 1919. Latches, sliding.- The V-notched inner end 4 of a spring- pressed bolt 3 mounted on one sash, is adapted as the window is closed, to engage the camfaced edge 13 of an upright plate 11, mounted on the other sash, to correct and prevent any l ...


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Improvements in window and like fasteners. Albert Shaw, February 22, 1923: GB193105-A

193,105. Shaw, A. July 28, 1922. Screw fastenings.-In a window fastener in which a threaded bolt c' vertically pivoted on a plate d on one sash takes into a threaded socket on the other sash, the pivoted bearing d carrying the bolt c' has an aperture large enough to admit the larger .threaded part c ...


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Improvements in or relating to anti-rattling and/or fastening devices. William Henry Tonks, Walter Sparks, October 4, 1923: GB204632-A

204,632. Tonks, W. H., and Sparks, W. Jan. 31, 1923. Clamps, screw.-In an anti-rattling window fastener of the type in which a non - rotatable screw stem is displaced axially within a supporting bracket by rotation of a nut fitted on 'the stem and held between abutments on the bracket, the stem is s ...


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Improvements in window fasteners. William Schonfield, May 29, 1924: GB216320-A

216,320. Schonfield, W. May 11, 1923. Clamps, screw.-A window fastener comprises . a screwed bolt a mounted in an internally screwthreaded support c on the sash and operated by a driving bush e engaging a shaped end of the bolt and a hand-operated cap piece f connected to the bush by teeth f and fit ...


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Improvements in auxiliary locks for doors and windows. William Corner Pratt, November 20, 1924: GB214610-A

214,610. Pratt, W. C. April 20, 1923, [Convention date]. Door chains and the like; latches, sliding.-A door or window fastener which allows partial opening of the door or window comprises a spring-pressed latch bolt 13, with grooves 22, 23 in its nose, mounted in a casing 18 on the door &c., and a s ...


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BOARDMAN SAMUEL: [en] An Improved Rattling and Burglary Preventing Device for Windows.. BOARDMAN SAMUEL, February 23, 1911: GB191008586-A

[en] 8586. Boardman, S. April 9. Clamps, screw. -A window fastener comprises a screw b, mounted in a bracket c on the window frame and engaging a recessed plate d on the lower sash. Reference has been directed by the Comptroller to Specifications 4584 / 93, 23,848/95, 10,659/04, and 9631/05, [Class ...


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DAVIS FREDERICK JAMES: [en] An Imprved Window Fastener.. DAVIS FREDERICK JAMES, March 16, 1911: GB191025758-A

[en] 25,758. Davis, F. J. Nov. 5. Sash fasteners, pivotedarm type.-In a sash fastener of the type secured by a pin H passing through the guard D, the arm C, and the plate B, a hole a is formed in the backplate A so that the arm can be locked by the pin H in the unfastened position. A chain K connect ...