By Robert T. CLIFTON
At the nice Plains, a land barren of wooden and rock for the normal rail and stone fences, the cord fence used to be a logical invention. hundreds of thousands of barded-wire designs have been invented, and the simpler patents have been synthetic and shipped west at nice revenue. at the present time creditors are rigorously seeking out that twine for either amusement and ancient interest.This booklet used to be designed to supply a well-organized opting for, classifying, and cataloguing approach for the numerous designs and adaptations of barded cord. approximately a thousand drawings and 3 indexes to patents, inventors, and brands offer an instantaneous technique of id.
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Page 25 Barbed Wire: Single Strand One-point Wire Barbs: Loop 55 Miles' Knife-edge Single-strand wire looped and twisted at regular intervals. Loops are flattened to form knife-edge barbs. Y. 56 Miles' Open Diamond Point, One Strand Single-strand wire looped and twisted at regular intervals. Loops are flattened and shaped to form barbs. Y. 57 Miles' Open Diamond Point, Double Strand Two-strand wire with one strand looped and twisted at regular intervals. Loops are flattened and shaped to form barbs.
Patented  August 12, 1890, by William E. Hathaway and Alonzo B. Y. Page 17 30 Hathaway-Woodard's Center Weave Ornamental Wire Six-strand interlacing ornamental wire. Parallel double strands weave through the center. Patented  August 12, 1890, by William E. Hathaway and Alonzo B. Y. 31 Hathaway-Woodard's Ornamental Wire, Edge Weave Variation Six-strand interlacing ornamental wire. Parallel double strands weave down the edges. Variation of patent 433940. 32 Hathaway-Woodard's Ornamental Wire, Twist-edge Variation Six-strand interlacing ornamental wire.
149 Merrill's Four-point Coil, Light-duty Variation Single-strand wire with four-point wire barb. Variation of patent 185688. 150 Lenox's Dual-knob Fence Wire Single-strand wire with four-point wire barb. Barb is held in place by projections on surface of strand. Patented  June 24, 1884, by Edwin S. Lenox of Worcester, Mass. Rogers' Wire, Modern Variation 151 Single-strand high tensile strength wire with four-point wire barb. Strand is flattened slightly between barbs. Variation of patent 376418.
Barbs, Prongs, Points, Prickers, and Stickers; A Complete and Illustrated Catalogue of Antique Barbed Wire by Robert T. CLIFTON