Patent of the Month: Still Design, 1808

Stills similar to the one represented in this drawing were used to make distilled liquors and were commonly used in America during the early 19th-century. And their “descendants” are still being found in the mountains of rural America!

A preview of an exhibit planned for 2015 here at the National Archives: “Spirited Republic.”

Eli Barnum & Benj. Brooks Still Design Patent, 1808

Still Design Patent

Records of the Patent and Trademark Office, National Archives Identifier 305887

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One Response to Patent of the Month: Still Design, 1808

  1. Tisha says:

    It looks primitive and antique. A great invention for our liquor today

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