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    Posted 6 years ago

    TheGateKee…
    (216 items)

    Unique variation of the patent #182,817, October 3, 1876 issued to William H. Gillman, of Belvedere, Illinois.

    Acquired both known widths 9/16" and 1" at the recent convention in La Crosse, Kansas.

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    Very RARE WW1 era .303 Lee Enfield Bullet BARBED WIRE BREAKER fits on BAYO Blade
    Very RARE WW1 era .303 Lee Enfield ...
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    Comments

    1. barbedwireguy barbedwireguy, 6 years ago
      There is a pair of NICE additions!
    2. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 6 years ago
      Thank you barbedwireguy.
    3. albegood, 6 years ago
      Hard enough to find a Gillman wire as is, but these variations are something else.
    4. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 6 years ago
      You are so right Al. I've only seen one Gillman in a collection. Personally I don't think these are Gillman. They appear to be a complete reverse of the Scott Smallwood patent #254,888. ie; Sheet metal line wire with wire barbs. Could have been one of the wires made by the company in St Louis that changed up patents slightly to avoid patent infringement.

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