Design for rubber fountain-syringe
US D11248 S
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
ALBERT (1. FAIlt-EANKS, OF BOSTON, MASSAGHUSETTS.
DESIGN FOR RUBBER FOUNTAlN-SYRINGE.
Speoilieation fn'nig part of Design No. 11,248, dated June 17, 1879; :ippli-,ntion filed Mal-eh '27, 1879.
[Teru of patent 7 years] V oblongforn, having two parallel vertical edges,
B B, and four segmental or rounded ooriers, G (J G (3, the two lower ones being extended upon their hotton edges to their junetion with the outlet-tube D, and the two top eorners fornin g an ogee7 in eonj unetiou With the neek G, forming the eurves, as shown. The edges shown in the said outline formed by the parts or portions represented by the letters B and C have affixed an ornamental binding, E, having imitation of rows of stitehing, the neok G having a 'e-enforeed piece, II, extending down upon the body A and terninating in a point, F, and having initation of stitehing in two rows. At the lower portion of the bod`v is a re-enforoe piece, L, extendin,` from the tube ll) npward, and terninating in a point, as shown, and having initation of two rows of stitehing, the design eonsisting in the new shape and in the configuration shown therewith.
VVhat I elain is The design for a rubher fountain-syringe, eonsisting of the obloug` body A, having the segmental eorners C, the upper ones forming an ogee, i eonneetiou with the neok G, having the re-enforee piece H, terminating in the point F, and the lower or botton portion having the re-enforee L, the edges B C, having the binding E, stitehed as represented.
SYLVENUS WALKER, E. H. SAMPsoN.