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The progressive development in canning ignited the 1855 invention of the can opener. Robert Yeates, a cutlery and medical instrument producer of Trafalgar Place West, Hackney Road, Middlesex, British, created a claw-concluded can-opener with a handoperated resource that haggled its way round steel cans' top. While in the United States, another handle-kind operator of the more complicated condition was branded in 1858 by Ezra Warner of Waterbury, Ct.