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1950s Patent document [Matted For Framing] for design of a Surgical Instrument for Intradermal Injection of Fluids by Noel Robbins
We have other tattoing patents on this site.
This wonderful reproduction of the original patent graphic is crisply printed on luxurious Ivory Parchment Paper. It includes a white acid-free matte and is ready for insertion into a standard 8" x 10" frame for hanging. Graphic area shown is 4 1/2" x 6 1/2". Also, included are the remaining pages of the Patent Document printed on 20# white bond paper to complete the Patent information for the collector.
Image included here is low-quality for quick loading on the net with SAMPLE written across, which will not be on your print.
Makes a terrific gift for the collector or an addition to your collection!
All Patent Information has been reproduced from the USPTO documents. =========================================== Some history of tattooing from the net: New York tattoo artist Samuel F. O'Reilly invented the electric tattoo machine in 1891. He had been using the hand method of tattooing before, but it was tediously slow. The demand for more elaborate tattoos led O'Reilly to seek a faster method. O'Reilly found a device called the "Electric Pen". This device, invented by Thomas A. Edison in 1876 was part of a document duplication system used by businesses. The handheld Electric Pen used a high-speed reciprocating motor to drive a single needle. It did not use any ink, but merely perforated holes in a master form. The master form then became a stencil, and ink rolled onto its surface passed through the holes to make copies onto blank sheets placed underneath the stencil. O'Reilly took this invention, added multiple needles and an ink reservoir, and earned a U.S. patent in 1891 [We also offer the 1891 patent document [matted for framing] on this site. ==========================================