Amye Everard Ball was the first woman in England to be granted a patent. Her patent for tincture of saffron was registered in 1637, merely 76 years after Elizabeth I had awarded the first patent. The original patent registration is held at the British Library.

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  • Amye Everard Ball was the first woman in England to be granted a patent. Her patent for tincture of saffron was registered in 1637, merely 76 years after Elizabeth I had awarded the first patent. The original patent registration is held at the British Library. (en)
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  • Amye Everard Ball was the first woman in England to be granted a patent. Her patent for tincture of saffron was registered in 1637, merely 76 years after Elizabeth I had awarded the first patent. The original patent registration is held at the British Library. (en)
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