Connecticut Patent of the Day: Sweet Music

I’ve got zero musical ability. However I do enjoy good music and appreciate those who can play any instrument. So with that in mind here’s today’s patent of the day. Patented in 1923 by Martinus H. Flydal of Hartford a “Machine for the Purpose of Breaking in or Seasoning Violins”. Apparently violins need to be broken in much like say,  baseball gloves, which I can relate to…..

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