- The image shows a black and white patent drawing of a firearm.
- The patent was filed on July 6, 1904 and granted on February 22, 1966.
- The patent is for a “Firearm with auxiliary bolt closing mechanism”.
- The patent was granted to E.E. Sturtevant.
- The drawing shows three views of the firearm: a side view, a top view, and a bottom view.
- The drawing is on a black background with white lines and text.
- The image is framed by a wooden frame and is hanging on a wooden wall.
- The word “BLACK” is written in white text at the bottom of the image.
- U.S. Patent #US 3,236,155 AR-15 Rifle (AR15 Semiautomatic Weapon) was patented in 1966 by its inventor Foster E. Sturtevant.
- Patent prints are fantastic conversation pieces in your home, office wall, game room, man cave, workshop or anywhere else you wish to display a unique piece of fine art. You can own this image in a variety of sizes: from photo size to poster size.
- When you order more than one patent print from us at the same time, the additional prints ship for free.
OUR PRODUCTION PROCESS
- Each of our patent prints starts with a drawing created by the original inventor (or technical artist hired by the inventor.) The drawing is converted to digital form and then cleaned up and enhanced, removing flaws and sharpening the line art of the image. This ensures that a nice, crisp image of the patent is merged with the background color you choose, making a stunning and unique image.
- It is then printed in the size you order on heavy archival paper (see below) with the background you selected. Each print is then trimmed – making it ready for you to frame. (Note: Because trimming is done by hand, sizes may vary slightly.)
- Once it is printed, it is inspected to ensure there are no flaws in the print and then carefully packaged in either a heavy stay flat mailer or a poster tube depending on the size you ordered to ensure safe delivery to your door.