US D11533 S
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E. MAERTENS. Wo-ven Fabric No. 11,533. Paten'ted Dec. 2,1879,
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE DESIGN FOR WOVEN FABRlC.
$pm-ilit11linliful'llllllg]);lllttfl ll'filgllxt).11,538,;ll'till December '1, 1-70; application liledXoi'einher1 .157E [Term of patent 3% years] To all when: it may emieern may present the same appearance, 0r rows of lie it known that l, EMILE MAIJRTENS, of squares of one characterma alternate with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. have produced or rows of squares of the other character. with invented a new and original Design for a \Ymen Fabric, of \\l|luli the following is-a sign. specification. Irrespective ot" the COlOlSC'lillilOXCtl, Ielaim .\l design is fully shown in the ticcnnipa- The design for a woven fabric, said design nying drawing, which represents an exaggel comprising parallel rows of small checks or ati-il view of a piece of the fabric. squares separated from each other, so as to 'l'hedesienisoi'auopenorlace-likecharacter give the fabric an open or lace-like appeartln'one'hnut, comprising" parallel rows of small mice, all substantially as shown and described. cheeks or squares, the rows of squares and the l In testimony whereof I have signed my squares oteach row being separated by single name to this specification in the presence of lines at warp and weft. Each row comprises two subscribing witnesses.
alternatingsquaresu andb,thearrangenreirtof EMILE MAERTENS the warps and wetts in the sqnarese ditiering l somewhat from their arrangementin the l Witnesses: squares b. This arrangement, however, while ALEXANDER PATTERSON, preferred, is not important,as all of the squares HARRY SMITH.
out afl'ecting the distinctive features of the de-'