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Both of topical and historical relevance, prints of patents are an excellent way to display your avocation and other areas of interest and at the same time visually enhance any room. They make excellent gifts.

This is a patent issued to James Nason in 1865 - the first percolator patent.

Description from the patent:

"Be it known that I, JAMES H. NASON, of Franklin, in the county of Norfolk and State of Massachusetts,have invented an Improved Coffee Percolator; and I do hereby declare that the following, taken in connection with the drawing which accompanies and forms part of this specification, is a description of my invention sufficient to enable those skilled in the art to practice it.

The invention relates to the construction of apparatus for preparing the extractor infusion from coffee, or, as it is generally termed, for making coffee. Various percolators or fllters of more or less practicability are in common use for obtaining clear beverages from coffee without the use of fining substances; but all of them, so far as I know, are defective in construction, in that they permit the escape of the aroma from the coffee during or subsequent to the process of preparation.

My filter or percolator is designed to obviate this defect by interposing between the notice-chamber and the vessel through which the water passes to this chamber fluid-joints, which shall prevent all escape of the volatile principle from the coffee when the apparatus is in use, and it is in this construction that my invention consists...."

This print is a chromogenic photographic print made from a digital file. Enhancements and modifications have been made to the original image for artistic and “clean-up” purposes. It is printed on matte style paper that is of acid-free and archival quality.

Item Details:

choose from 5" X 7", 8" x 10", 11" x 14" or 16" x 20" print
unframed, digitally enhanced
designed for use as wall art
choose from mildly aged, moderately aged, chalkboard, blueprint backgrounds
Both of topical and historical relevance, prints of patents are an excellent way to display your avocation and other areas of interest and at the same time visually enhance any room. They make excellent gifts.

This is a patent issued to James Nason in 1865 - the first percolator patent.

Description from the patent:

"Be it known that I, JAMES H. NASON, of Franklin, in the county of Norfolk and State of Massachusetts,have invented an Improved Coffee Percolator; and I do hereby declare that the following, taken in connection with the drawing which accompanies and forms part of this specification, is a description of my invention sufficient to enable those skilled in the art to practice it.

The invention relates to the construction of apparatus for preparing the extractor infusion from coffee, or, as it is generally termed, for making coffee. Various percolators or fllters of more or less practicability are in common use for obtaining clear beverages from coffee without the use of fining substances; but all of them, so far as I know, are defective in construction, in that they permit the escape of the aroma from the coffee during or subsequent to the process of preparation.

My filter or percolator is designed to obviate this defect by interposing between the notice-chamber and the vessel through which the water passes to this chamber fluid-joints, which shall prevent all escape of the volatile principle from the coffee when the apparatus is in use, and it is in this construction that my invention consists...."

This print is a chromogenic photographic print made from a digital file. Enhancements and modifications have been made to the original image for artistic and “clean-up” purposes. It is printed on matte style paper that is of acid-free and archival quality.

Item Details:

choose from 5" X 7", 8" x 10", 11" x 14" or 16" x 20" print
unframed, digitally enhanced
designed for use as wall art
choose from mildly aged, moderately aged, chalkboard, blueprint backgrounds

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