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This Date in Patent History

On a cold winter day it’s interesting to learn that on January 14, 1918, T.J. La Cras of Toronto, Canada filed a patent application for an “Antislip Device for Crutch-Tips.” From a review of the patent, it appears to be snow-chains for the rubber element on the bottom of a crutch. The patent issued in August of the same year.

US Patent No. 1,276,231

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