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Posted 2 years ago

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clpitts
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I found this at an antique shop. It has a patent number of 529, I think. There are a few numbers below that, but I am not sure if it is part of the patent number because there looks like a /06. on the next line. I looked patent numbers up on the internet and if 529 is correct, it was made in 1837?? It has one large hole and 4 small holes that are all the same size I am not sure what the 4 small holes are for, maybe for a peg?? The name Norris is embossed on both sides. I believe the metal is steel. Any information would be appreciated.

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  1. slackjack, 2 years ago
    "Lifter rod holder and guide" by Norris May 29 ,1906 Pat. No. 822071
  2. clpitts, 2 years ago
    Next question, what is a "lifter rod holder and guide"? What industry is it used in?
  3. slackjack, 2 years ago
    This is a support for a vertical rod inside a piano. The patent explains this.
  4. clpitts, 2 years ago
    Thanks, I have not been able to find out the explanation of a specific patent number. Appreciate the information

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