The Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd edition, by Supica and Nahas.
Samuel Colt first attempted to patent a revolver in the US in 1832. UK Patent #6909 was his first successful revolver patent: it was issued in 1835.
1832.Samuel Colt first attempted to patent a revolver in the US in 1832. UK Patent #6909 was his first successful revolver patent: it was issued in 1835.1836Samuel Colt's first U. S. patent was patent No. 1304, dated August 29, 1836. This patent protected the basic design of his revolving-breech loading, folding trigger firearm named the Paterson pistol. Previous to his American patent he had been awarded a patent in England (1935) for the same design.1836Samuel Colt invented the first revolver, a gun named after its inventor "Colt", and after its revolving cylinder "revolver". In 1836, Samuel Colt was granted a U.S. patent for the Colt revolver, which was equipped with a revolving cylinder containing five or six bullets and an innovative cocking device.
The earliest patent for a revolver was issued in 1818, for a flintlock revolver. There were other patents for revolvers, but the most significant was the Colt patent, which issued in England in 1835 and in the US in 1836. The specific thing that was patented was not the revolver, but a revolver designed in such a way that the cylinder was rotated and locked by the action of cocking the hammer.
Manufactured by Harrington & Richardson very near that patent date.
For patent information, you need to contact The US Patent and Trademark Office or you can also visit their websiteand find some additional patent information there.
Patent Information Users Group was created in 1988.
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Yes Einstein was working as a patent clerk when he formulated the Special Theory of Relativity.
The best resource for information on how to get a patent is the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO has a user friendly website with lots of information about each part of the patenting process.
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There are many ways one can find out about information on obtaining a patent on an idea. This includes obtaining the help of a patent attorney or asking in forums.
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Information on U.S patents can be found on the U.S patent and trademark office website. If you are searching for a certain trademark or patent they have resources at your disposal.
Samuel Colt conceived the six-shooter revolver in 1830 at the age of 16, and patent it in 1836.
In 1835, Samuel Colt was issued patent No. 6909 in London, England for his repeating revolver. In 1836, Mr. Colt returned to America and applied for two US patents. US Pat. No. X9430 on February 25th and No. 1304 on August 29th of that year.
You'll want to file a design patent application. This basically is a special type of patent for people who have a design for a new product.
A patent number will only tell you the EARLIEST date on which the device was manufactured, and the patent number could still be put on many years after the patent expired (although without any legal effect). For U.S. patents, go to USPTO.gov, click patent, search, and type in the number to find the image of the particular patent you're interested in (prior to 1976).
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You can file an invention patent online using a variety of governmental sites dependant on which country you live in. These websites typically allow you to submit your patent and further information then keep you informed of the patent process and let you know if more information is required to secure your patent.
Information on patent help can be found at The Patent Office, Legal Zoom and Patently Brilliant. Help is additionally available at Idea 4 Invention and Trademark Express.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office website is a great resource for information about obtaining a patent. The website has all of the information you need to apply for a patent or search for a patent.
Does the person who asked this question really mean "Colton" and not "Colt"?
Impossilble to answer without the name of the maker and the condition.
Black American inventor, Albert B. Blackburn, of Springfield, OH, received a patent for a "Railway-Signal" ("operated by the wheel or wheels of the train").Patent number 376,362