Alexandre-Marie Quinet

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Alexandre-Marie Quinet was an aero inventor, a chemist and photographer, associated with the address Paris (29, boulevard Saint-Martin, Seine). Though much of Quinet's work had to do with children's toys and light suspension, and decoration, by way of small balloons, his work did have to do with "automatic sealing-closure" of air-containing rubber, and later with rubber manufacturing more broadly.

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Alexandre-Marie Quinet

  • Patent FR-1862-56491 (English title: Method of automatic and internal closure of balloons, rubber and otherwise, applicable to children's toys and nighttime aerial decorations, Filing date: 1862-11-29)

References

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