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G Willikers

Sponsor
Last Subscription Date
05/01/2019
Re: Jay Leno's Steam Engine

Please tell us more about the "new Google patent search"? Sounds vewy, vewy intawesting! What do you have to do?
Thanks,
G.
 

Elden DuRand

In Memory Of
Age
78
Last Subscription Date
12/22/2017
Re: Jay Leno's Steam Engine

G:

Here's a link to the Google patent search engine.

http://www.google.com/patents

I found five of my six patents on it but have to see if I can find my first one. I'm sure it's there somewhere.:shrug:

Take care - Elden
 

Jim Mackessy

Subscriber
Age
65
Last Subscription Date
07/12/2019
Re: Jay Leno's Steam Engine

Hi G. Willikers;
Looks like Elden has you covered. You can search keywords, such as "steam engine", or names, such as "George Corliss", or numbers. To
print them out you will need to record the number, go to the U.S. Patent Office site, and follow the instructions to download a "Tiff viewer", as the older patents are in the .tiff format. Then you search the number you wrote down, and print it when it comes up.

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Happy Holidays!
Jim Mackessy
 

Mike McKnight

Registered
Re: Jay Leno's Steam Engine

A mailing list I'm on had a link to that patent site yesterday (Thanks, James!) and spent a little time playing on it. Much, much easier to use than the US patent office site. It's nice!
Mike
 

Elden DuRand

In Memory Of
Age
78
Last Subscription Date
12/22/2017
Re: Jay Leno's Steam Engine

I found five of my six patents on it but have to see if I can find my first one. I'm sure it's there somewhere.:shrug:
Ahh! I finally found Patent #6! Google has a few corrections to make in how their search fields are organized on some patents.

By name, I could only find the five. When I did a search by using key words and a date range, I found it. Somehow, they got my name and the street where I lived at the time mixed up. I'ts listed under the name "Central Avenue", I think, in 1967.:)

Just a few bugs to sort out of a really nice site.

Take care - Elden
 
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