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742.01   Patents
Examples of photography-related patents
742.02   John Arrowsmith's Diorama, or Method of Exhibiting Pictures - British Patent No. 4899, 10 February 1824
742.03   Patenting of M. Daguerre's Process in England (2 November 1839)
742.04   Patent: To Richard Beard. of Earl-street, Blackfriars, Gent., for improvements in the means of obtaining likenesses
742.05   Frederick Langenheim: Patents for Coloring Daguerreotype Plates
742.06   Harding's Patent Photograph Album
742.07   Patent illustrations
742.08   François Willème: Photosculpture
742.09   Patents for photographic backgrounds and foregrounds
742.10   Photobooth designs
 
  
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