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Barbed Wire Sample - Hallner, Single Strand, Metal Strip, Nebraska, 1878 Object Reg. No: ST 046123

Summary:
Hallner Single-Cut Greenbriar. Single strand wire with sheet metal strip wrapped around wire. Barbs are cut along one edge of sheet metal strip.

Patent: 199538 Jan 22, 1878 by John Hallner of Ithaca, Nebraska.

Part of the Jack Chisholm Fencing Collection.
Acquisition Information:
Bequest from (Estate of) Jack Chisholm
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 0.7 cm (Height), 0.7 cm (Width), 46.5 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: agriculture, barbed wire, fencing, fencing wire, industrial design, innovations
Themes this item is part of: Sustainable Futures Collection, Jack Chisholm Fencing Collection, Jack Chisholm Fencing Collection - Highlights
On Display at: Melbourne Museum
Primary Classification: AGRICULTURE & RURAL LIFE
Secondary Classification: Fencing
Tertiary Classification: barbed wire
Patentee: John Hallner, Ithaca, Nebraska, United States of America, 22 Jan 1878
References: Jack Glover Reference No: 70.
Harold L. Hagemeier Reference No: 205 B
Bibliography:
  1. [Book], Jack Glover - Sunset Trading Post, The 'Bobbed' Wire VI Bible, Cow Puddle Press, /04/1980, 1980
  2. [Book], Harold Hagemeier - Devil's Rope Museum, Barbed Wire: Identification Encyclopedia, Harold Hagemeier - Devil's Rope Museum, Amarillo, 1998, 1998

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