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William Speirs Simpson

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William Speirs Simpson.

William Speirs Simpson (1845-1917) of the Simpson Lever Chain Co

Attended Glasgow University. Specialist in Metallurgy especially welding.

1877 Patent. '404. To William Speirs Simpson, of Battersea Park-road, London, in the county of Surrey, Mathematical Instrument Maker, for the invention of "a new or improved vent peg or tap."'[1]

Other patents listed

1896 Patent 186. William Spears Simpson, 166 Fleet Street, London. An improvement in or relating to the bridges of violins and similar stringed musical instruments.[2]

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