FAHNESTOCK CLIPS (PKG. OF 25) (84024)
A Fahnestock clip is an early type of spring clamp electrical terminal for connections to bare wires. It is still used occasionally in educational electronic kits and teaching laboratories in schools. It is designed to grip a bare wire securely, yet release it with the push of a tab. The clip was patented February 26, 1907by John Schade Jr., assigned to Fahnestock Electric Co.