Wolseley Patents

Here is a selection of historic documents relating to Wolseley patents taken out in Great Britain and the United States of America, and listed in ascending date order for each country.

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British Patent 191517944 dated 1915 - 'Means for Locking Differential or Balance Gear of a Motor Vehicle'

British Patent 191517944 dated 1915 – ‘Means for Locking Differential or Balance Gear of a Motor Vehicle’

British Patent 104968 dated 1917 – ‘Improvements in, or relating to, the Valve Mechanism of Internal Combustion Engines having Triple Rows of Cylinders

British Patent 104968 dated 1917 – ‘Improvements in, or relating to, the Valve Mechanism of Internal Combustion Engines having Triple Rows of Cylinders

British Patent 411409 dated 1934 – ‘Improvements relating to Tappets for the Valves of Internal Combustion Engines

British Patent 411409 dated 1934 – ‘Improvements relating to Tappets for the Valves of Internal Combustion Engines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

British Patent 422408 dated 1935 – ‘Improvements relating to the Tappets for Radial-Cylinder Internal Combustion Engines’

British Patent 422408 dated 1935 – ‘Improvements relating to the Tappets for Radial-Cylinder Internal Combustion Engines’

British Patent 431318 dated 1935 – ‘Improvements relating to Free-wheel or One-way Clutches’

British Patent 431318 dated 1935 – ‘Improvements relating to Free-wheel or One-way Clutches’

British Patent 509962 dated 1938 – ‘Improvements relating to Power Transmission Mechanism of Motor Vehicles’

British Patent 509962 dated 1938 – ‘Improvements relating to Power Transmission Mechanism of Motor Vehicles’

 

British Patent 506492 dated 1939 – ‘Improved means for holding doors in their open position’

British Patent 506492 dated 1939 – ‘Improved means for holding doors in their open position’

British Patent 546485 dated 1942 – ‘Improved means for Defrosting the Windscreens of Vehicles’

British Patent 546485 dated 1942 – ‘Improved means for Defrosting the Windscreens of Vehicles’

British Patent 647991 dated 1950 – ‘Improvements relating to Speed Regulating Mechanism for Internal Combustion Engine’

British Patent 647991 dated 1950 – ‘Improvements relating to Speed Regulating Mechanism for Internal Combustion Engine’

 

US Patent 1729659 dated 1929 – ‘Internal Combustion Engine’

US Patent 1729659 dated 1929 – ‘Internal Combustion Engine’

US Patent 2238574 dated 1941 – ‘Controlling means for reversing gears’

US Patent 2238574 dated 1941 – ‘Controlling means for reversing gears’