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Publication numberUSD23838 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 4, 1894
Filing dateOct 29, 1894
Publication numberUS D23838 S, US D23838S, US-S-D23838, USD23838 S, USD23838S
InventorsJohn B. Morgan
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for woven fabric
US D23838 S
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

JOHN E. MORGAN., os EHILADELIHIA; PENNSYLVANIA.

DESIGN ll'oR wovEN FIAB'Rlc.

To all whom' it may concern:

Be it known that I, JOHN B. MORGAN, a citizen of the United States, residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, have invented a certain DesignA for Tickingy and other Woven Febrics, of .which the following isa. specification. -Myhdesign for tickingor other woven fabric isfullyillnstrated inthe accompanying drawngan'd it consists essentially of the two setsof stripes alternating with each other, one set of stripes having four prominent secondary stripesand the other `haviiglg a series of narrowstripes giving theleiesitfgof a dark stripe alternating with a. light stripel on a. tinted back ground. Y y

The stripe Nds composed of four narrow dark stripes n, `and four light stripes 'n' on one side of each dark stripe and four tinted stripes 'n2 on the lopposite side of each dark zo stripe.

The stripe M consists of three heavy stripes SPECIFIGATION forming part of Design No. .2 3,838, dated Decemberf'l, 1 8 94.

Applicsti'n 'tiled October 29, 1894. Serial No. 527,357- Term of patent 7 years.Vv

m separated by white stripes m and a. well deiined 'narrow tinted stripe Im2. The border .of said stripe is composed ot threenarrow stripes 'm3, m4 andm, light, darkzand'tinted 'respectively 1 JOHN B. MORGAN. 'Witnessesz WILL. A. BARR, Y JOSEPH H. KLEIN.`

fIhe back ground between the stripes M and Y N is ytinted and in the baelrj roundon each side ofthe stripe M are two narrow stripes o'