14 American eccentric, premature death

If the need is the mother of the invention or the Vietnamese way of saying:

If the need is the mother of the invention or the Vietnamese way of saying: "In the hard, the clever", the authors of some patents granted by the US in the 19th century may not count Flirt with that maxim.

Eccentric, premature deaths of Americans

A collection of real patents in American history, hidden for hundreds of years, shows a lot of bizarre even funny inventions, from anti-masturbation armor, to buoyancy swimsuits to the Spooky mechanical doll or eyeglasses for chickens. These imaginative designs were patented by the Patent Office and the American brand between 1871 and 1933.

Here are some eccentric inventions that were licensed by the United States in the 19th century, but have never been officially built and released:

1. A device used to wash women's breasts.

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2. Mechanical helmet, automatically lifted when the team wants to greet politely without touching their hands.

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3. A patent in 1889 showed a device invented by Reuben Spalding to allow people to fly, using the support of a balloon and wings like birds.

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4. Armor against masturbation

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In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, masturbation was considered to be the cause of madness. A 1908 design of Ellen E Perkins fiber (left photo) for patients in madhouse, both male and female, to prevent them from masturbating. The photo must be an invention with the same purpose of Jonas E Heyser, licensed in 1910.

5. A mouse trap design uses a pistol.

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6. 1880 patent for the design of metal diving suits by Stephen M Tasker.

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7. The model helps people to experience the unpredictable movements of horse riding or goats.

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8. 1933 patent for monkey riding horse racing.

The use of monkeys making jockeys was popular for a short time in the US and Australia in the 1930s.

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9. Dual bike design (left) and buoyancy swimsuit (right).

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10. Automatic shower splashes water to wash the body for users.

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11. Creation of glass for chickens (left) and stringed doll, can crawl on the floor like children.

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12. Patent for unicycle for gentlemen in 1885.

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13. The design of the fork plate (left) and the baseball catcher (right).

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14. The two inventions care about the safety of citizens: equipment to help escape fire (left) and the coffin informs that the person inside is still alive (right).

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