Gas Pump Patent Prints – Set of 4 (8 inches x 10 inches) Photos Vintage Wall Decor

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Gas Pump Patent Prints

On June 10, 1930 John Tokheim patented a gasoline dispensing device.
This device was created to provide a pump of maximum efficiency that was easy to operate, and also tamper-proof when left unattended.

The liquid delivery apparatus was patented by George Stedwell on January 4, 1938.
In this pump, the restoration of the nozzle to the supporting hook serves to automatically stop the operation of the pump when the gas tank is full.

Warren Lancey patented his liquid dispensing apparatus on January 1, 1935.
This invention relates to improvements in an apparatus for measuring and dispensing liquids, such for example as gasoline and oils.

William Griffin patented his fluid dispensing apparatus on June 14, 1932.
This invention was patented to hold and dispense. gasoline safely.

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