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Publication numberUS894197 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 28, 1908
Filing dateJan 28, 1908
Priority dateJan 28, 1908
Publication numberUS 894197 A, US 894197A, US-A-894197, US894197 A, US894197A
InventorsEdward Fleming
Original AssigneeS B Stephens, Edward Fleming
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Picture-hanger.
US 894197 A
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No. 894,197. PATENTED JULY 28, 1908.

E. FLEMING. 7 PICTURE HANGER.

APPLICATION FILED JAIT.28.1908.

lNvENTUR W m/ E f ,AITURNE i 1 C 8 0 l S escx'ioe mean v E 21 c 0 0 Z P P V x 1 1 U 1 n5 n0 0% Ru HOV legs, a forwardly-directed brace-arm carried legs, a forwardly-directed brace-arm carried by said body, and two superposed loo s carried by said brace-arm whereby it is ield in any position to which it is adjusted on said member, said member being loosely embraced by said loops.

4. In a device of the character described, a body-member having supporting means at its upper extremity, divergent legs carried by said body-member at the lower extremity thereof, supporting hooks carried by said legs, a forwardly-directed brace-arm carried by said body-member, two superposed loops carried by said arm whereby it is held in any position to which it is adjusted on said mem her, the upper of said loops being in alinement with said arm and the lower loop being directed back with a downward inclination.

5..In a device of the character described, a longitudinal body-member having a supporting loop at its upper end, a pair of diverg- ..ent legs branching from said body-member at its lower end, supporting hooks forming the terminals of said legs, and a brace-armadjnstably mounted upon said body-member, said arm consisting of a substantially horizontal portion, an integral vertical porent legs branching from said body-member at its lower end, supporting hooks forming the terminals of said legs, and a brace-arm adjustably mounted upon said body-memher, said arm being bent to form a substantially horizontal portion at the end adjacent to the body-member and a vertical portion at the outer end, and a downwardly-directed hook at the upper extremity of said vertical portion.

7. In a device of the character described, a longitudinal body-member having a pair of divergent legs branching from its lower end, hooks at the lower ends of said legs,- a bracearm carried by said body-member, said arm being bent to i 'orm a substantially horizontal portlon at the end adjacent to said bodymember and a vertical portion at the outer end, a hook at the upper extremity of said vertical portion, and arm-adjusting means consisting of two integral superposed loops integral with said arm and loosely embracing said body-member, the upper of said loops being in alinement with the horizontal portion of said arm and the lower of said loops being forwardly and downwardly inclined.

In testimony whereof I affix my signature in presence of two subscribing witnesses.

EDWARD FLEBIING. Witnesses MARSHALL N. DUVAL, JAY R. SWEENEY.

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WO1998052445A1 *May 22, 1998Nov 26, 1998Breezy Ridge Instr LtdHolder for musical instrument, or the like
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA47G1/1646