letter was sent to Marconi in response to his re-application for Patent
No 5028, which was dated 5th March 1896 for 'improvements in telegraphy
and in apparatus therefor'. The letter states that the patent has been
successfully lodged with the Patent Office and that provisional
had been granted. The letter is from Carpmael & Co who were
agents in London. The letter also highlights considerations for
take this opportunity of impressing upon you that to obtain a valid
in Germany, Denmark and Portugal and Hungary the application must be
before the invention is published.
French Patent must either be applied for within six months of the
application, or else before any publication of the invention takes
Delay is dangerous in other Countries.'
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