Design for a boot or shoe sole protector
US D17449 S
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02-965 AU EX D1406 on a 017,449
L. J. RIDER.
BOOT OR saon SOLE PROTECTOR.
No. 17,449. Patented July 12, 1887.
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
LElVlS J. RIDER, OF CLARKETON, hUGIHG'AN ASSIGNO'H O1 ONEHALW TO FRANCHS A. l tillilililTT, OF SAME PLAGIG.
DESIGN FOR A BOOT OR SHOE SOLE PROTECTOR.
SPECIFICATION forming pent of Design No. 17,449, dated July 12. 1887.
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lie it known that I, linwis .T. lminu, a eitizen of the United States, residing at larkston, in the county of Oakland and State of 5 Michigan, have invented and produced a new and original Design for lloot or Shoe Hole lio teeters; and 1 do hereby deelare that the Pot lowing is a hill and exurt description of the same, refereuee hiring had to the aeeoinpanym ing drawings, makingpart of this specification.
Figure 1 is a top view of the sohvproteelor for the toe corners of a boot or shoe sole; Fig.
2, an inner edgeview ol the same; Fig. 3, a 1 top view of the solen'oteetm forthe side edge of a boot or shoe sole; Fig. 4, on inner edge view of the same.
Like letters designate eorrespoinliue parts in all of the figures.
A is the protectorplate, which goes upon the bottom of the sole. it is slightly eurved edgewise eonvexly, as shown vIts inner edge, a, is generally more or less curved eonvexly; but this is not essential. llhe outer edge, I, 25 is also curved convexly, as shown.
I; is a flange turned up from the outer edge, I), of the solo-plate A. It reaehes about as TUIIII of patent H years.
high as the thickness of the outer sole above the sole-plate, and its upper edge is mainly parallel with the outer edge ot the sole-plate one end, c, of the protector curves inward, or
is more abruptly curved eonvexly than the main part, where it covers a part of the toe end of the sole, the upper edge of the flange leontinuing substantially parallel with the outer edge of the soleplate in the edge \lGW along this portion turned inward.
d (I are screw or nail holes through the sole plate A.
I claim- The design for a boot or shoe sole protector herein shown and described, the same eonsisting of the eonvexlyeurved sole-plate A and the turned-up flange B, eonvexly curved and its upper edge substantially parallel with the outer edge 01' the sole-plate.
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