Belding Mfg. Co. v. Challenge Corn Planter Co.
152 U.S. 100 (1894)

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Belding Mfg. Co. v. Challenge Corn Planter Co., 152 U.S. 100 (1894)

Belding Manufacturing Company v.

Challenge Corn Planter Company

No. 235

Argued January 31, February 1, 1894

Decided March 5, 1894

152 U.S. 100


Letters patent No. 204,216, granted May 28, 1875, to Richard T. Hambrook, for an improvement in refrigerators, are, in view of the prior state of the art, void for want of patentable novelty.

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