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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
314,666 Mar. 31, 1885 Feed mechanism for wood-planing machines William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY This patent was listed in an 1887 "Carpentry and Building" ad for Glen Cove's "Special flooring and ceiling machine".
315,406 Apr. 07, 1885 Planer William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY This patent was listed in an 1887 "Carpentry and Building" ad for Glen Cove's "Special flooring and ceiling machine".
    Planer Alfred Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY  
320,434 Jun. 16, 1885 Pulley and belt-shipper for machinery William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY This invention is a means of shifting planer feed-roll drive-belts, in a way that accommodates variable speed and depth of cut.
This patent was listed in an 1887 "Carpentry and Building" ad for Glen Cove's "Special flooring and ceiling machine".
321,596 Jul. 07, 1885 Fastening for cutter-heads William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY This patent was listed in an 1887 "Carpentry and Building" ad for Glen Cove's "Special flooring and ceiling machine".
324,056 Aug. 11, 1885 Wood-planing machine James F. Welch Brooklyn, NY Seen on Glen Cove's "Double Decker" planer.
This patent was listed in an 1887 "Carpentry and Building" ad for Glen Cove's "Special flooring and ceiling machine".
    Wood-planing machine Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY  
    Wood-planing machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY  
337,491 Mar. 09, 1886 Presser-bar for planing-machines William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY Patent seen in ad in May, 1887 "Carpentry and Building" for their No. 4 14-inch fast-feed flooring and ceiling machine.
339,877 Apr. 13, 1886 Planing-machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY Seen in ad in May 1889 issue of "The Wood Worker", on Glen Cove's "Double Decker" flooring machine and Double Surfacer, sizer and matcher.
355,011 Dec. 28, 1886 Circular sawing machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY
355,012 Dec. 28, 1886 Wood-surfacing machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY
358,972 Mar. 08, 1887 Wood-planing-machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY Seen in ad in May 1889 issue of "The Wood Worker", on Glen Cove's "Double Decker" flooring machine and Double Surfacer, sizer and matcher.
360,150 Mar. 29, 1887 Gearing for wood-planer feeds William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY
361,506 Apr. 19, 1887 Presser-bar for wood planing and molding machines William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY
362,619 May. 10, 1887 Chip-breaker for wood-planing-machines William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY Seen in ad in May 1889 issue of "The Wood Worker", on Glen Cove's "Double Decker" flooring machine and Double Surfacer, sizer and matcher.
377,250 Jan. 31, 1888 Wood-planing machine William H. Gray Brooklyn, NY
390,047 Sep. 25, 1888 Wood-planing machine James F. Welch Brooklyn, NY
390,829 Oct. 09, 1888 Dual planer-matcher James F. Welch Brooklyn, NY
392,732 Nov. 13, 1888 Box for upright spindles Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY
393,948 Dec. 04, 1888 Wood-planing machine James F. Welch Brooklyn, NY "This invention, although generally applicable to wood-planing machines, is particularly useful in the class of wood-planing machines which are termed 'surfacing-machines.' The improvement consists in means, hereinafter described and claimed, for supporting and adjusting upward and downward the top roll of each pair of feed-rolls in the machine, and in the gearing, hereinafter described and claimed, for imparting motion to each upper roll, notwithstanding its upward and downward motion produced either by adjustment or by rising and the lumber passes under it."
395,495 Jan. 01, 1889 Wood-planing machine Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY Seen in an ad in the May 1889 issue of "The Wood Worker".
396,934 Jan. 29, 1889 Wood-planing machine Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY Seen in an ad in the May 1889 issue of "The Wood Worker".
398,048 Feb. 19, 1889 Planer Ernst F. Autenrieth Brooklyn, NY
    Planer Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY  
401,677 Apr. 16, 1889 Belt-tightener for planing-machines Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
404,088 May. 28, 1889 4-sided planer Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY
404,138 May. 28, 1889 Planing-machine James F. Welch Brooklyn, NY
404,948 Jun. 11, 1889 Planing-machine Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
405,389 Jun. 18, 1889 Planer-matcher Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
405,390 Jun. 18, 1889 Planing-machine Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
406,583 Jul. 09, 1889 Planing-machine Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY "Our improvement relates to cutter-heads and cutters and is designed more particularly for making deep cuts—such, for instance, as cutting semicircular grooves in pieces of wood afterward to be placed together to form a wooden pipe."
    Planing-machine Alfred B. Hutchinson Brooklyn, NY  
414,833 Nov. 12, 1889 Planing-machine Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
440,802 Nov. 18, 1890 Planer-matcher Ernst F. Autenrieth New York, NY
520,581 May. 29, 1894 Power attachment for side cutter-heads Charles C. Stuart Brooklyn, NY