Patent Country (Identification)
- This field contains the name of the country in which the patent was issued.
- For better search results in your database, avoid using a large variety of terms; draw up an authority list and add names of countries as necessary. See documentation tip No. 2 (in French only) for bibliographic references.
- This field is used in conjunction with the Patent Number and Patent Date fields.
- Enter the full name of the country; do not use abbreviations.
|Patent Country|| United States|
| ||and not |
| ||Patent Country|| U.S.A.|
- If the name of the patent country has changed, enter its current name followed by a comma and a space, and then the name used at the time the patent was issued.
A motor is marked with patent number 65878, dated August 29,
1954. This patent number was issued by the Patent Office of the
German Democratic Republic, today part of Germany.
| || Object Name||motor|
| ||Patent Number||65878|
| || Patent Date|| 1954-08-29|
|Patent Country|| Germany, German Democratic Republic|
- This field may contain multiple entries separated by a semicolon followed by a space. They should be entered in the order in which they appear on the nameplate and correspond to the entries in the Patent Number field.
A voltage transformer was manufactured using three patented
parts. Two of them were patented in the United States and one in
Canada: 2356874, June 14, 1896, 502804, January 22, 1898 and
2487548, October 4, 1899.
| || Object Name||voltage transformer|
| ||Patent Number|| 2356874; 502804; 2487548|
| || Patent Date|| 1896-06-14; 1898-01-22; 1899-10-04|
|Patent Country|| United States; Canada; United States|