Design for the ornamentation of india-rubber soles
US D16018 S
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ORNAMENTATION OF INDIA RUBBER SOLES. L 1:10; 16,018. Patented Apr. 7, 1885.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE,
DESIGN FOR THE ORNAMENTATION OF INDIA-RUBBER SOLES.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No, 16018, dated April 7, 1885.
Application filndihfmch 9, 18811. Termiofpaliunt H years.
To all whom it may concern.-
Be it known that l, LEWIS ELLioTT, of New Haven, in the county of New Haven and State of Connecticut, have invented and pro- 5 dueed a Design for Indie-Rubber Soling; and Ido hereby declare the following, when taken in connection with accompanying drawings and the letters of reference marked there on, to be a full, clear, and exact description to of the same, and which said drawings eonsti tute part of this specification, and represent, L
Figure 1,2, face view of the sole,shozwing the heel andtap portion of the sole as ornamented; I5 Fig. 2, a transverse section across the sole.
This invention relates to a design for the roughening ot the surface of the sole ofindia rubber boots and shoes, whereby that surface is made highly ornamental; and iteonsists in:
lbGOl'llttLllGlltflLlOll as shown in the aceomipa- 2o nying illustration and hereinafter described.
The ornamentationconsists of two series of ribs crossing EflGlll other, forming diamonidshaped panels on the sole. The surface of these panels is cut in the form of lozengcz; shaped figures, as shown.
I claim The design: for the ornamentation of the soles of indiwrnbher boots and shoes, consisting in the two series of ribs crossing each 0 other, forming diamond-shaped panels on the sole, the snrfaceof the said panels presenting lozenge-shnpcdi figirres, as shown and de a scribed.
JOHN E. EARLE, Jos. C. Emma.