Where would I find British Patent from 1800.

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last week I noted a community member had provided a pdf record of a US patent office record.

I have an English patent citation for a profile I manage, I would like to obtain digital copy one way or another. where could this be found. and would his name be searchable for other patents?

Samuel Wyatt
English Patent No 2410
ca1800--A method of making and constructing bridges, warehouses, and other buildings, without the use of wood. Repertory of Arts and Manufacturers, 14, 1801, 145-149
WikiTree profile: Samuel Wyatt
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answered by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1.7m points)
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I looking thru this now. Appears that searches need to be in the BL reading room. perhaps I can send an email to someone on their staff. "Available to BL staff and public PCs only"

Thanks Frank. it is interesting that something in 1800 wouldn't actually have had a number, it may have been applied retroactively by another archive group

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