About Selling Patents.
For the benefit of many enquirers, we submit below, writes Mr Henry "Hughes, Patent Agent, 183 Hereford Street, Chnstchurch, a few hints which it is hoped may be useful m sailing Patents. First—Have a substantial modo! made —one that will show your invention m its best light. Do not employ a stransjr-r or a firm m a distant city, to ninko it, tout hove it constructed under your own supervision. Second. —In all cases where an invention may be advuutageously represented by engraving?, these,:sbouid be used on bill heads, lofcter3 and circulars. Third—lf you tuve a..chance to%ell a town or shop right, do so, even if you get little for it. The important thinj* is to get a sttrt, and the purchaser may, by his inj dustry, pave the yay to your future success, . ' Fourth.—Remember that success with a patont, like success with a farm, factory or gold mine, will depend upon good management, and sound judgment. Extract from Mr Hughes' pamphlet "Advice to Inventors" which may be obtained gratis from the offices at 183 Hereford Street.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905
About Selling Patents. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905
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