Who Invented the First Nail Clipper?

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Chapel S. Carter invented the first nail clipper. This was back in the early 1900s. Around 1905 they started being released for sale. Most are made out of metal and include a nail file. You can find more information here: www.weddingcometrue.com
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It is unknown who invented the nail clipper. However, the first patent recorded in the United States for improvement on the nail clipper was by Valentine Fogerty in the year of 1875.
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