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ANTIQUE BARBED WIRE56 of 60HIGHLY VISIBLE AND HUMANE BARBED WIREEXTREMELY RARE SPUR ROWEL BARBED WIRE
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TheGateKee…
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#482B Patent #224,482 February 10, 1880 by Hiram B. Scutt of Joliet, Illinois. Barb is driven through wood block. The original "Burma Shave". The patent states that the wire could be used for advertising by afixxing cardboard letters to the blocks. They could also be painted bright colors to make them more visible. The one pictured has tinges of red paint remaining.

#439B Patent #296,835 April 15, 1884 by Arthur G. Hulbert of St. Louis, Missouri.

#701B Patent #224,482 February 10, 1880 by Hiram B. Scutt of Joliet, Illinois. Arrow Plate Barbs.

#216B Patent #224,482 February 10, 1880 by Hiram B. Scutt of Joliet, Illinois.
Barbless. Used as upper wire on fences as a warning device.

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  1. packrat-place packrat-place, 3 years ago
    very nice!
  2. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 3 years ago
    THANK YOU packrat-place.

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