Urine specimen collection funnel
US D212792 S
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United States Patent ()1 ice 212,792
Patented Nov. 19, 1968 URINE SPECIMEN COLLECTION FUNNEL Thomas N. Garland, Denver, Colo., assignor of thirtyseven and six-tenths percent to Carol Wendt; one percent each to Leon T. Howard, James R. Snedeker, Whitney B. Siebert, Robert F. Fiori, and Robert E. Wallace; five percent each to Darell W. Blair, and Norman D. Paschal]; one percent to Pearl M. Blakeney; and nine percent to Edwin L. Spangler, Jr., and Max L. Wymore,
doing business as Anderson, Spangler & Wymore, both of Denver, Colo.
Filed Jan. 19, 1968, Ser. No. 10,221
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. D831) FIGURE 1 is a top plan view of the urine specimen References Cited collection funnel, showing my new design;
FIGURE 2 is a front elevation thereof, the undisclosed UNITED STATES PATENTS rear side is a mirror image of the side shown; 178749 9/1956 Bachechl DEB-"1 FIGURE 3 is'a bottom plan i D. 208,609 9/1967 Garland D831 FIGURE 4 is an end view in elevation; and, 1*407872 2/1922 Lacy 10 5 is the pp end View. Bartlett et a1. The broken line representing the collection bottle is 3351050 11/1967 Naftohn 128-4 S m We Purpms BERNARD ANSHER, Primary Examiner.
The ornamental design for the urine specimen collection funnel, as shown and described.