Design for printing-types
US D11534 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
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E. MAER'IENS. Woven Fabric.
No. 11,534, Patented Dec. 2, 1879,
N-F'ETERS. PHOTU-LITHOGRAPHEH WASNINGTON. D C.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
THOWAS J. PETTIT AND C. CHRISTIAN RUSS, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DESIGN FOR PRINTING-TYPES.
Specification forming part of Design No. l [.53 I, dated December 2, 1879, application lliml Seplr inher 1S, 1872'v [Term of patent 31} yearn] To athchom it may concern:
1e it known that we, Tuonas JEFFERSON PETTIT and (J. Cunis'rhm Ross, of the L'liy and County of San Francisco, and State of t'aiitornia. have originated a new Design for T es for Printing? Posters, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description, reference being had to the aecolnpanying drawing, making a part of this specification.
Our design has relation to the shape or form of the letters; and iteonsists in forming tapering points at the tons and bottoms and middle portions of the letters. The side lines of the proniinent parts ofthe letterare curved outward near the bottom and top, as at b, so as to widen that part of the letter. Ve then connect the ends of outward-curved lines by a double ogee line, which is made quite deep and bellying downward, thus forming enlargements, whieh terminate ntthe topnnd mttonzot' the letters in a point, C. The middle portions of the letters are provided with tapering points (I.
\Vhat' We claim as our imention i5 A design for types for printing poetew, in which the terminals at the bottoms and tops and the middle portions of the letters are no- \'ided with taperingpoints orextensiongsnh stantially as ehown and deserihed.
In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals.
WM. 1*. ULARK, EDWARD 15. ()snonx.