Design for a jewelry-box
US D16254 S
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Qca-326 DESIG N.
H. B. SUMMER.
No. 16,254. Patented Sept. 15, 1885.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
HENRY l. SOMMER, OF PHILADELPHIA, I.l).\'NSYLVANIA.
DESIGN FOR A JEWELRY-BOX.
LPECIFECAI'ION forming part of Design No. 16,254, dated September 15l 1885.
Application filmliMnrch 3, |885.
To au whomft may concern:
Be it known that I, HENRY B. SoMMEE, a citizen of the United States, residing in the city and coulntyof Philadelphia, State ofPenn- Sylvania, have invented and` produced a new and original` Design for a Jewelry-B0X, of which the following is a specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawiings, formingpart thereof.
Tlmegureszare perspective views of ajew`- elryboxemhodyingmy design, the samebeing respectively closed and open.
Similar letters of reference indicate corre Spending parts im the two figures.'
The leading feature ot my designi for ajewelry-box isthe body` ot thesame of the form of a. booh,wcith a. uly top,` bottom, and baekz, and plaini front and sides.
A represents the body of a jewelryboxz, conzo sistillng of a top, a, bottom b, frontcgaud sides d,the latter being divided atie, the several parts being so shaped thntthe body simulates a hookz. The top, bottom, and hack have fluffy surfaces, and the sides d and fronte have plain; surfaces. The niiy surface; of 25 the top, bottom, and back are continuons.
I claimi- 1. A design for a jewelryhbox ot the fonrniof a book, having a top, bottom, hack, front, and sides, the top, bottom, and baok` having uly 3o `surfaces continuous of each other, as` shown and described.`
2. A` design: for a jewelry-box of the form olf a boolc, having a top, bottom, back, front, and
surfaces, alud the front and sideshavingpllain surfaces, as shown and described.
HENRY B. SOMMER. Witnesses:
JOHN` A. WIEDERSHEDM, A. P. GRANT.
sides, time topi bottom, and baok halvingui'y 3,5`