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Search from a single unified search window which includes tabs for Quick Search, Expert Search Syntax, Fielded Search and Natural Language Searching.All searches are carried through to the Search Result window's refine panel letting you modify your searches without backing out of the current search.Before October 1852, details of granted English patents were simply recorded (enrolled) in the Patent Rolls at the end of a long, cumbersome and costly application process. The details recorded in the Rolls usually included the name, rank and address of the patentee, the title of the invention, a formal recitation of the terms of the monopoly (patent) granted and the date of grant.From the 1730s onwards patentees were also obliged to file a specification which described their invention in technical detail.People often ask me what is the deal with patent pendency as a “value indicator.” How can a long pendency be important or significant, especially since most patent professionals know that a long patent prosecution time (pendency) often leads to narrower claims and subsequently narrower patents? In this short article, I explain the intuition behind the logic. Finally, I give you an example of the patent with the longest pendency granted so far in 2015.I think you’ll find that the patent is exceptionally valuable.Learn more Search using common fields like inventor names, dates and date ranges, text blocks such as claims, abstract, title and specification, classifications including IPC, CPC and USPC and meta values such as claim length, number of forward citations and much more.
Finding a British patent There are two basic steps to finding a patent: look up an index to find the patent number and year, then ask a librarian to request the patent using the number and year. See the Digitised versions box on this page for the links to the digitised indexes.
Woodcroft - held onsite - R 608.742 W85 • Alphabetical index of patentees and applicants for patents of invention (PER 608 G79IA) 1852 - 1885 • Name index of applicants for patents of invention : for the year - (PER 608 G79IA) 1886 - 1891 • Index to names of applicants in connection with published complete specifications (YA 608 G79IA) 1921 - 1970 • Names of applicants (YA 608 G79IA) 1971 - 1990 • Names of applicants and inventors (YA 608 G79IA) 1991 - 1997 • Subject-matter index (made from titles only) of patents of invention : from March 2, 1617 - to October 1, 1852 - (PER 608 G79IS) (Volumes 1 & 2) • Subject-matter index of patents applied for and patents granted : for the year - (PER 608 G79IS) 1853 - 1930 (Annual Indexes - title varies) • Patents for inventions; abridgments of the specifications (in subject classes and chronologically arranged) 1617 to 1883, in volumes 1 to 103a - (YA 608 G79A) British patent numbers - for the years 1617 to 1852 Click on the link above to go to the Intellectual Property Office page on the National Archives UK website.
It has a table showing the patent numbers between the years 16.
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