L. L. Langstroth - Patents


  • USPatent|9300 -- L.L. Langstroth's patent for a Bee hive from Oct. 5, 1852
  • USPatent|RE1484 -- L.L. Langstroth's patent for a Bee hive Reissued from May 26, 1863

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