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Publication numberUSD12056 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 7, 1880
Filing dateSep 4, 1880
Publication numberUS D12056 S, US D12056S, US-S-D12056, USD12056 S, USD12056S
InventorsEdwin B. Stimpson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for an ornamental border
US D12056 S
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DESIGN.

B. B. STIMPSON. Ornamental Border.

"Nco. 12,056. Patept ed Dec. 7,' I880.

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICEQ EDWIN B. STIMPSON, OFBROOKLYN, E. D., NEW YORK.

DESIGN FOR AN ORNAMENTAL BORDER.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 12,056, dated December 7, 1880.

Application filed September 4, 1880. Term of patent 3} years.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, EDWIN B. STIMPSON, a citizen of the United States, residing at Brooklyn, E. D., in the county of Kings and State of New York, have invented a new and origi-' nal Design for an Ornamental Border, of which the following is a specification.

The accompanying printed illustration represents a face view of my newly-designed border.

The invention relates to a new and original design for a border, which may be stamped or otherwise cut in paper, thin sheet metal, or any other suit-able fabric or material, and is designed to be used for the lining or trimming of paper boxes, bird-cages, frames, for trimming shelves, ornam'enting ceilings, or any other purpose for which it maybe adapted, as the judgment of the user may indicate. l propose, however, to employ it chiefly in the form of a stamped paper border.

In the printed illustration filed herewith, A represents a Maltese cross, the bounding-lines of which are formed, by preference, of dots or of holes punched in the material of which the border is made. Each cross is surmounted by a point, B, the bounding-lines of which are curved.

b b are dots or holes arranged at or near the centers of the circles represented by the curved lines.

The space bounded by the edges of the point B is still further ornamented by means of a central dot or perforation, a, and pointed or oval figures a, radially arranged around said dot a.

Below the Maltese cross is arranged a rectangular figure, G, the boundingdines of which are preferably formed of dots or of holes; and D is a Greek cross arranged centrally within the rectangular figure (3. This figure is further ornamented by pointed figures 00. These pointed figures c are preferably so arranged that when a series of the points B and crosses A are placed adjacently there is formed by said figures c a figure with its center on the central line between the two points B and crosses A of each consecutive pair-that is, if the border be cut on said central (or midway) line the said figure formed by the pointed figures 0 will be cut in half, as shown in the drawing.

I ciaim 1. A design for a border having point B and the Maltese cross A, situated beneath said points, and substantially rectangular figures situated beneath said Maltese crosses, as shown.

2. A design for border having the scalloped point B, the Maltese cross beneath said point, the substantially rectangular figure O beneath said cross, and the Greek cross D, arranged within said figure G, as shown.

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

EDWIN B. STIMPSON.

Witnesses:

CHARLES TAPPAN, S. CHASE.