Who Invented Venetian Blinds?

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On December 11, 1769 Edward Bevan invented the venetian blinds in London, England. On August 21, 1841 the first United States patent for venetian blinds was issued to John Hampson of New Orleans, LA.
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Edward Bevan patented Venetian blinds in 1769. A second patent was awarded to John Hampson of New Orleans in 1841 becuase he adjusted the slats on the venetian blinds. The first US installation of the Venetian blinds was in 1761 in St. Peter's Church in Philadelphia, PA
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Venetian blinds consist of horizontal slats joined together by corded pulleys that can either gather all the slats at the top of the window, or simply let them loose to cover it entirely
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Venetian blinds were patented by Edward Beran in London on 11 December 1769
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On the 11th of December. 1769 Venetian blinds were patented by Edward Beran of London. In 1769 the British designer Edward Beran enclosed wooden slats in a frame to adjust the amount
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