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Utility Patent Drawings
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Famous patent drawings from The National Archives, Washington DC There are many famous patent drawings from a wide range of inventors and inventions. Some notable examples include: The light bulb: Thomas Edison's patent for the light bulb, which was filed in 1879, included detailed drawings of the bulb's design and construction. The phonograph: Edison's patent for the phonograph, which was filed in 1877, included drawings of the device's components, including the cylinder and the needle. The motion picture camera: Edison's patent for the kinetograph, which was filed in 1891, included drawings of the camera's mechanisms and components, such as the rotating lenses and the film roll. The airplane: The Wright brothers' patent for their airplane, which was filed in 1906, included detailed drawings of the aircraft's design and construction, including its wings, fuselage, and propeller. The telephone: Alexander Graham Bell's patent for the telephone, which was filed in 1876, included drawings of the device's components, such as the transmitter and receiver, as well as a diagram of the electrical circuit. These are just a few examples of famous patent drawings. Many other inventors and inventions have also been represented in detailed drawings in their patent applications.