Manufacturing Company v. Corbin,
103 U.S. 786 (1880)

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Manufacturing Company v. Corbin, 103 U.S. 786 (1880)

Manufacturing Company v. Corbin

103 U.S. 786


Reissued letters patent are void if they embrace a broader claim than that for which the original letters were issued.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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