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See Hunt (his invention, improved by several persons was the ancestor of the Winchester)
George A. Arrowsmith had a mechanic company and entered in a partnership with Walter Hunt. One of Arrowsmith’s employees, Lewis Jennings made improvements on the original Hunt design. Hunt’s and Jenning’s patents were sold to Courtland C. Palmer in 1850.
Besides, in the early 1830s Hunt invented a sewing machine and sold his rights to Arrowsmith who did never patent the machine.