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Publication numberUSD18769 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 27, 1888
Publication numberUS D18769 S, US D18769S, US-S-D18769, USD18769 S, USD18769S
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External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for trimming
US D18769 S
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D5379 OF B 18 .769

DESIGN.

E. B. STIMPSON,J1".

TRIMMING. No. 18,769. Patented Nov. 27, 1888.

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DESI GN FOR TRllVlMlNG.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No,18,'769, dated November 27, 1888.

'lerm nl'palcnt 3; years.

To all whmn it may concern:

Be is known that I, EDWIN B. Sr] M rson. Jim, of the cityoi Brooklyn, in the county of Kings and State of New York, have invented and produced a new and original Design for'lniminingsof which the following isaspecification.

My design is especially intended for trimmings made of leather.

I will describe my design in detai, and then point out the novel features in the claim.

The accompanying drawing illustrates my design.

My design consists, essentially, of a row of circles, a, and intermediate circles, a, which intermediate circles are so arranged as to form a generally circular figure, b. I have shown five of the circular figures a so arranged as to form the circular figure b, and one circular figure a arranged about centrally within said five figures. The figures a b are arranged so as to form a row of figures. Outside of the rowsol" circular figu res I have shown scallops c of alternate angular and curved outline, whereby points and semicircles are formed.

\Vhat I claim as my design is In the design for trimmings, the combination, with a row of eirclesa, of circular figures intermediate of the circles or, saidintermediate figures being composed of circles and scallops outside said row of circles, substantially as shown.

EDWIN ll. S'IIMI.SON, JR.

\Vitncsses:

FREDK. Haynes, ARTHUR H. GAMBLIN.