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  • PATENT OF JIGGER (1893): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: A jigger is an hourglass-shaped measuring tool to pour accurate amounts of alcohol as drinks are prepared. In the early 19th centu...

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  • PATENT OF TEAPOT (1889): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: There are a variety of teapots of varying size and shapes, nurturing collectors around the world. What is said to be the largest c...

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  • PATENT OF RAZOR (1902): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Paleolithic humans used flint to shave body hair, dating as far back as 30,000 BC. With the invention of metalworking, longer last...

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  • PATENT OF EASEL (1967): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The first mention of an easel was recorded in the first century CE. Pliny the Elder, Roman author and natural philosopher, describ...

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