This is essentially identical to Patent AT-1910-52573, which was filed earlier. The Austrian patent makes reference to Alexander Suwada, possibly the inventor, an individual not mentionned on this patent. We may or may not be dealing with a case in which an inventor filed in collaboration with a firm, and was exluded(?), for lack of a better word, from subsequent filings.
We have nothing on the specific "Aktien-Gesellschaft", or "Aktiengesellschaft", in question. See Company types.
"Aktiengesellschaft R. Ph. Waagner, L. & J. Bíro & A. Kurz" is the precise applicant name as displayed on the French original document, whereas the Austrian gives "Aktien-Gesellschaft R. Ph. Waagner - L. & J. Biró & A. Kurz und Alexander Suwada", with the "und" as opposed to "&" possibly implying exlusion from the corporate name.
|Applicant firm||Aktien-Gesellschaft R. Ph. Waagner - L. & J. Bíró & A. Kurz|
|Applicant is inventor?||0|
|Original title||Hangar transportable pour le garage des ballons|
|English title||Transportable balloon hangar|
|Tech fields||LTA, Balloons, Hangars, Infrastructure, Airship, Construction, Design|
|Full specification filed date|
|Supplementary to patent||Patent AT-1910-52573|
|Related to aircraft?||1|
|Patent agent||Brandon frères|
|National tech categories||FR 7.3|
|Cites these patents|
|Citations from after 1930|
|INPADOC family ID|
|Number of text pages||3|
|Number of diagram pages||1|
|Number of figures||5|
|Number of claims||2|