Excerpt from Hints to Inventors, Concerning Procuring of Patents, Either American or Foreign: With Suggestions and Valuable Information to Patentees
WE are often asked to give the names of parties who make it a business to sell patents. We are rarely enabled to do so. Such concerns are generally quite fugitive in their character. An office is opened, signs displayed, a few customers engaged, and then suddenly the sh0p is closed. The truth is, that the profit upon the sales of a single good patent is equivalent to a fortune, and the business it fur nishes is enough to fully engage the attention of many per sons. Our advice to patentees is: Take hold of the busi ness of selling yourselves. If you want assistance, search for agents among your friends, and interest them specially In your invention.
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