Design for stationery
US D13312 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
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D. L. DAVS.
No. 13,312. Patented Sept. 19,1882.
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UNITED STATES PATENT OEEICE.
DESIGN FOR STATIONERY.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 13,312, dated September 19, 1882.
Applieation tiled August. Q11. 1F82. Term of patent 35 years,
To all whom it may concern Be it` known that I, DAVlD L. DAVIS, ot' Brooklyn, in the eo\1nt vot'Kingsand State of New York, have invented anew and Improved Design for Stationery, of which the following is a fall, eleir, and exact description.
My design relates to the elass ol' goods known as Hmourning stationery, embracing; note-paper. cards, and envelopes` which have heretofore been provided with hlaelt borderings.
The feature of in v design is a crimped or tlnted bordering;` in imitation of and having the appearance ot' erape or woven material.
A in the drawing represents the .sheet ol' pa perhavinga blaelt bordering, l,\vhieh iserixn ped or tinted in an)- suitable manner, so as to have the appearanee ot' a wovon-erape horder. This I'eature adds largely to the ornamental appearanee ot' the papel' and cards b v relieving the dullness and tlatness ot' plain black borders. The tintes may he made more or less irregular and crossed, as fancy or laste ma)` dictate, and may be applied to two or more edges of the sheets, cards, and envelopes.
Ilaving' thus described in v invention, I elaim as new and desire to seenre by Letters Patentl. The design for stationery herein shown and deseribed, which consists in the crimped or tinted bordering or edging'.
L. 'Ihe design for stationery herein shown and deserihed, which consists in a hlaek horder erimped or lluted in imitation ot erape.
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