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Manufacturers Index - Ezra Gould; Gould Machine Co.

Ezra Gould; Gould Machine Co.
Newark, NJ, U.S.A.
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery, Metal Working Machinery & Steam and Gas Engines

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
3,785 Oct. 09, 1844 Machine for combing wool Ezra Gould Paterson, NJ Of interest because inventor Gould later manufactured mortising machines and would receive an important mortiser patent.
6,404 May. 01, 1849 Printing paper-hangings Ezra Gould Newark, NJ Of interest because co-inventor Gould was already manufacturing mortising machines and would later receive an important mortiser patent. This wallpaper-printing patent was written up on the front page of the 1849-05-19 issue of Scientific American, Volume 4 No. 35.
    Printing paper-hangings William M. Shaw Newark, NJ  
13,594 Sep. 25, 1855 Method of regulating stroke length in mortising machines Ezra Gould Newark, NJ
71,401 Nov. 26, 1867 Planing and Slotting Charles A. Meinhard Fort Wayne, IN This invention relates to a new device, by which a planing-machine can be quickly converted into a slotting machine, and vice versa, the said planing-machine being so arranged that it can, work on level, tapering, or round convex or concave surfaces. The invention also relates to such a manner of arranging the cutter that the same cannot be injured during the return stroke.