Thermally insulated picnic bag
US D183288 S
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Des. 183,288 Patented July 29, 1955 United States Patent 0 "ice THERMALLY INSULATED PICNIC BAG Moritz Nappe, Farmingdale, N. J.
Application April 18, 1957, Serial No. 45,794
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. D58-2) Figure 1 is a side perspective view of a thermally insulated picnic bag shown in closed position and illustrating my new design;
Figure 2 is a top plan view thereof in closed position; and
Figure 3 is a top perspective view thereof, showing the bag in open position with the closure portion folded down about the exterior of the bag to expose the interior thereof.
The side of the bag not shown is the same as the side shown in Figure l. v
The characteristic features of my design for the bag disclosed herein reside in the pattern of ornamentation appearing on the external surface of the bag as shown.
PAGE 2 lclaim: The ornamental design for a thermally insulated picnic bag, as shown and described.
References Cited in the file of this patent S. Kind and Sons, "Jewelry Catalog UU-l943, page UU28, item No. 8549.
Gift and Art Buyer, April 1953, style 91, top of page, left side. i
Mark Cross Co., received Jan. 23, 1917, page 72, top of page, 2nd bag from left side.
The New Yorker May 21, 1949, inside front cover.