Stephen Perry was a 19th-century British inventor and businessman. His corporation was the Messers Perry and Co, Rubber Manufacturers of London, which made early products from vulcanized rubber. On March 17, 1845, Perry received a patent for the rubber band.
- The Hancocks of Marlborough: Rubber, Art and the Industrial Revolution - A Family of Inventive Genius (2009), p.89. John Loadman, Francis James. link
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