US D179404 S
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Patent. 0 ice Patented Dec. 18, 195% TELEVISION RECEIVER William Aiken, Los Altos, Califi, assignor by mesne assignments, to Kaiser Aircraft & Electronics Corporation, a corporation of New York Application January 2i, 1955, Serial No. 34,118
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. use-4 Free.
Figure l is a perspective view'of the television receiver References Cited in the file of this patent embodying my novel design.
NITED STATE PATE TS Figure 2 is a front elevational view thereof, and U S N Figure 3 is a top plan view thereof; and 57908 Howard May 1921 Figure 4 is an end elevanional view thereof. 120'392 Al'azet May 1940 The dominant features of my design reside in the por- OTHER REFERENCES tions shown in full lines and the bottom surface, not
The Gift and Art Buyer, February 1952, page 163, Substannany p Charmeuse Creations Adv., Item #801, The Flora-G10.
The ornamental design for a television receiver, substantially as shown and described.