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US134094A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
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    • A01K31/06Cages, e.g. for singing birds

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N 0 T VI A R D A B n N R 0 B s 0 R G Bird-Gages.

Patented Dec. 17, 1872.

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GEORGE R. OSBORN AND BENJAMIN m-nRA'YroN, OF MORRISANIA, N. Y.

Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 134,094, dated December 17, 1872.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that we, GEORGE E. Osnomv 'and'BnNJ. A. DRAYTON, of the town of Mormain fastenings of filling-wires and framework.

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Figure 1, side elevation of the body of the cage, the door and cup-rests not being represented, asnot being pertinent to the invention; Fig. 2, top elevation of upper section of the body of the cage, cut on dotted line F; Fig. 3, section of filling-wire with sectional cut of spring adjusting and binding rings, hereinafter described Fig. 4, section of the crimped spring distending and adjusting ring, forming part of the frame-work of the cage; Fig. 5, section of filling-wire, with sectional cut of adjusting and binding rings, with order transposed from that as seen in Figs. 1 and 3; Fig. 6, section of bindin g-rin g, with notches as rests for the filling-wires O A is a grooved metal ring, in which the upper ends of the filling-wires O are inserted and soldered in place; B,.large wire, drilled at regular and suitable distances for the insertion'of the lower ends of the filling-wires 0,, which are also soldered in place; O fillingwires of the cage, notched, indented, or crimped in such a manner as to form three seats or angles at two. points in their length, for giving position to the adjusting-ring D; D, springdistending crimped ring, which being inserted inside the circle of filling-wires O each in turn giving position to the other; E E, binding or hoop rings, crimped, indented, or notched to form a'seat, in which the filling-wires rest.

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' The fillingwires G standing in position, the crimped adjusting-ring D is inserted from the inside, the notches or seats in each being adjusted to the other. The. binding-rings E are then placed on the outside of the structure, observing the notches are placed in their proper order for lockin g. Thus arranged, there is formed a triple-locked frame-work for the cage, secure and elastic.

There are represented two sets of framerings. Any number of sets may be used, according to the height of cage and strength of structure required. The upper and lower ends of the filling-wires being in such position that the solder used is not noticeable, they are soldered for the sake of firmness, though that is not essential; they may be looped or locked by pressure in position.

The intermediate fastenings, consisting of sets of three rings, as above described, have all requisite firmness; and the elasticity of the cage is an advantage, as in case of concussion in falling or careless handling there is less danger of breakage or of bending the wires than where all the fastenings are positive.

The order of the crimped distending-ring D and hoop or binding rings E may be transposed and order of crimping in filling-wires G reversed, giving in the system two distendingrings and one binding-ring, as shown in section, Fig. 5, the result remaining the same- 5. 6., the notches in the distending ring or rings D, in combination with the crimps in the filling-wires O give position each to the other,

and are bound in place by the notched hoop or binding rings or ring E.

The distending-ring D may be a notched strip of plain'or folded sheet metal, or a strip of sheet metal twisted at such a pitch as to give rests or seats at proper distances for the filling-wires; and the hoop-ring may be similarly constructed, as we have so done; but have chosen wire throughout as best in effect and appearance.

We do not claim as new the use of the crimped spring-distending ring D, simply; nor of it in combination with th crimp in filling-wires O as that arrangement is allowed us by Letj ters Patent No. 114,593, of May 1, 1871 nor of the use of the combination of crimped. fillbinding ring or ringsE,with adjusting-notches ing-wires, crilnped adjusting-ring, and. plain therein, holding and. binding the, filling-wires binding-rings, as that is allowed. us by patent 0 and distending ring or rings D in position, No. 129,980, July 30, 1872; but substantially as and for the purpose specified. What we claim as new and. of our invention GEORGE R. OSBORN.

is- BENJ. A. DBAYTON.

In the frame-work'of a bird-cage, the coma l 1 bination of the crimped filling-Wires 0 and Witnesses:

crimped distendin g ring or rings D, each giving position to the other, with the hoop or CHAS. E. HECOX,

O. MORTIMER OSBORN.

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