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Publication numberUSD17148 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 1, 1887
Publication numberUS D17148 S, US D17148S, US-S-D17148, USD17148 S, USD17148S
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External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for a paper-weight
US D17148 S
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019-97 AU 2903 EX FIP: 06196 OR 0017148 DESIGN.

J. C. GILL.

PAPER WEIGHT, MATCH SAFE, &c.

N0.17,148. Patented Mar. 1, 1887.

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE,-

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DESIGN FOR A PAPER-WEIGHT, MATCH-SAFE, 81,0.

SPECIFICATION forming part; of Design No. 17.148, dated March 1 1887.

Appl cation filed January 22 N87. Serial No. 225,299 'lr-rm nt WITH" 3} years To a whom, it may concern:

Be in known that; I, JAMES C. GiLL. a citizen of the United States, residing at; (lovington, in the county of Kenton and State of Kentucky, have invented and produced anew and original Design for PaperWVeights or Match- Iiuxes or lnksiands. of which the following is a specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawing, forming part thereof.

The drawingis a side elevation of my newlydesigned inkst and or match-box.

The leading teat u re of my design consists in a representation of an anvil set ona st n in 1 that is, a block of wood representing a section 3 of the trunk of a tree in its natural state, with the bark on-the object being to makethe article look as nearly as possible iike a blacksmiths anvil in position for work, the body of the anvil havinga hollowedontreceptacle or interior with reetnngulur opcningat the top, as shown. The broad thee ot' the anvil may receive any desired inscription.

I am aware that I am not the first to use an anvil as an element of a design. and do not claim it broadly; but

I elaim The design for a match-safe or iukstand herein described, consisting of a representa- V tion of a hlaeksuliths anvil set, npouastulnp E or block of wood in its natural shite-that is, with the hark on*the body of the anvil having the hollowed out receptacle or interior with the rectangular opening at the top, as i shown and tleserihed.

l JAMES C. GILL. \Vit uesses:

R. G. Evans. 5 J. C. GRAY.