Aerosol can or similar article
US D216673 S
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United States Patent Ofiice Des. 216,673 Patented Mar. 3, 1970 AEROSOL CAN OR SIMILAR ARTICLE Edward W. Sexton, Jr., Boston, Mass., assignor to Sexton Can Company, Inc., Everett, Mass., a corporation of Massachusetts Filed Aug. 26, 1968, Ser. No. 13,257
Term of patent 14 years Int. Cl. D9-0] FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of an aerosol can embodying my new design; and
FIGURE 2 is a side elevation view thereof.
The characteristic feature of my design resides in the combination near the top of the aersol can shown of a first bulge formed by a concave lower surface which extends upwardly and outwardly from the cylindrical body of the can to the apex of the bulge and a convex upper surface which extends upwardly and inwardly from the apex of the first bulge and merges smoothly into an upwardly and inwardly extending surface which forms the base of a second bulge which is located a substantial dis tance inwardly from the cylindrical body of the can.
The ornamental design for an aerosol can or similar article, substantially as shown and described.
References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS 2,138,060 11/1938 Conner 220-72 XR 2,335,260 11/1943 Chamberlain 22072 XR 2,438,844 3/1948 Dale 220-72 XR OTHER REFERENCES Aerosol Age, February 1961, p. 56 Sweeteen powder mist can in upper right corner.
ROBERT C. SPANGLER, Primary Examiner