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Publication numberUS70120 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 22, 1867
Publication numberUS 70120 A, US 70120A, US-A-70120, US70120 A, US70120A
InventorsD. G. Richardson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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US 70120 A
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D. C. RICHARDSON.

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Be it known that I, D. C. RICHARDSON, of Weldon, Halifax county, North Carolina, have. invented certain new and useful improvements in Double-Shovel Plough-s or Cultivators; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full and exactl description of the same, reference being had to the annexed drawings, and to the letters of reference marked thereon', in which- Figure 1 is a perspective view.

Figure 2 is a plan view of the bottom of the plough.

Figure 3 is a side elevatiorkf-A Iiike letters representing the same features in the several gures.

A A are the handles, connected with the shoe Sin any convenient manner. D is the beam, to which the Standard() isattached, andliairinfz;` a plate, D, onthe lower part cast with saidstandard. To the lower part is attached the tooth E, which maybe adjusted by a bolt, nut, and slot, so as tobo set further forward or back.

ward, as occasion or necessity requires. To the upper portion of the plato' area-attached wings W W, one on each side, which are adjustable, and can be easily removed in order, whenioccasion requires, that wings ofl dierent size may-be used, so that 'my invention can the more usefully accommodate itself to the crop at the various stages of itsadvancement. S is the shoe, curved at its forward end, and bolted to the standard. There is a. slot, a, in the shoe-S, ih which are inserted, and with the proper means of adjustment, other wings R R, and secured in slots held by wedges, or in any other convenient manner. i

Having thus Vfully described my invention, and itsv method of construction, what I claim as new, and desire` to secure by Letters Patent, is l v 1. The plate D cast with the standard, in combination with the adjustable tooth, substantially as described.

2. I claim the' plate D cast with the standard, in combination with the adjustable wings W AW, substantially as described, for the purposes set forth.

3. The shoe S, having in rear of themould-*plate a slot, a., in which wings It R of different sizes and form can be secured, when ,the same isin combination with wings W W, thowhole constructed and combined substantially as sotforth. i

ILI claim'ithe devices embraced in the foregoing claims, when the same are arranged in the manner L'lescribed.ttnd for the purpose set forth. i

' D. C. RICHARDSON.

Witnesses:

G. G. LYNCH, WVM. R. PuILLIrs.

Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA01B35/26