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Posted 3 years ago

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I have spent way too many hours doing research on this one. Anybody have any info???

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  1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 3 years ago
    Here's what I found, Joseph G Schmidt of Philadelphia, PA received a patend on a weighing-scale on March 11, 1890. The patent number is 423,183. He then assigned the patent over to Henry Troemner,Inc Philadelphia, PA.
  2. reruntreasures, 3 years ago
    The paper label is just for the weights.

    ttomtucker, thank you for your input, I did look at the pictures for that patent, the hardware on the inside doesn't look like the drawing for the patent. But thanks for the info.

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