Field v. De Comeau,
116 U.S. 187 (1886)

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Field v. De Comeau, 116 U.S. 187 (1886)

Field v. De Comeau

Submitted December 7, 1885

Decided January 4, 1886

116 U.S. 187


The patent issued to appellant, September 15, 1874, for an improved fastening in gloves is not infringed by the appellees' mode of using springs for the same purpose.

This was a bill in equity brought by appellant as complainant below to restrain appellees from an alleged infringement of a patent for an improved glove fastening. The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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