|Publication number||USD17504 S|
|Publication date||Aug 2, 1887|
|Publication number||US D17504 S, US D17504S, US-S-D17504, USD17504 S, USD17504S|
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AU 292 EX QR 116 DESJEN. W. G. BLACK.
N0. 17,504. Patented Aug. 2. 1887.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
\VILL'IAM C. LACK, OF NINV YORK, N. Y.
DESIGN FOR A BOTTLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 17,504 dated August 2 1887.
Applirfltinn liled April I), PST.
To (LZZ whom it may (rm/167%:
lie it known that 1, \VILLIMI (l. )IHUK, a resident; ol the city, eennty,:u1d State ol'New York, have invented and produced a new and original Design for Bottles, of which the following is a s meilieation, reference being had to the aeemnpanying drawings, forming part thereof, in whieh Figure 1 represents a face view ot my newly designed bottle, and Fig. 2 represents an edge wise View of the same.
The bottle is formed, as shown, wilh curves from the baseline to the neck on all sides and edges, no as to present an arched contour; and the neck is of coneiderable length, extending; from the top of the arch,and ornamented with three ri ngs or moldings encircling it, distinctly separated from each other, so as to be readily noticeable.
()n the one face (shown in Fig. 1) is a representation of a womans head with long Howin hair or tresses, the head at one Ride, so that the hair reaches backward across (or nearly) the face of the bottle,
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A represents the base line of the bottle. 11 re 'iresenis the lines of the body extending upward from the bane-line and arching toward the neck, curring the entire dietanee. .1 represents the neck, and ll, 1'], and l" the three rings or moldings. t represents the female head on the face of the bottle, and It the flow in;; hair or tresscs.
\Vhat I claim as new, and desire to seen re by Letters Patent, is-- The design for a bottle, as herein shownand deserihed, the same having an arched eontou r upward from its base, with a neck ornamented by three rings or moldings, and having on its face, below the neck, the representation of a female head with flowing hair, essentially as SllOW n and deseri bed.
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STEPHEN J. Cox, ltlLtIIAltl) ll. l'tintu i.