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Publication numberUSD25355 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 7, 1896
Filing dateMar 4, 1896
Publication numberUS D25355 S, US D25355S, US-S-D25355, USD25355 S, USD25355S
InventorsAlbert G. Smalley
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for a fruit-jar
US D25355 S
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@1 OR D 25,355

DESIGN.

A. G. SMALLEY.

FRUIT JAR. No. 25,356. Patented Agr. '7, 1896.

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ALBERT G. SMALLEY, OF CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS.

DESIGN FOR A FRUIT-JAR.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 25,355, dated April '7, 1896.

Application filed March 4, 1896. Serial Ho.581,863i Term of patent 14 years.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, ALBERT G. SMALLEY, of Chelsea, in the county of Suffolk and State of Massachusetts, have invented a new Design for a Fruit-Jar, of which the following is a specification.

Referring to the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 is a top plan, Fig. 2 a bottom plan, and Fig. 3 a perspective view, of a covered fruit-jar containing my design.

The views are deemed necessary to fully illustrate my new design.

The leading feature of my design consists in a squat jar squarish in cross horizontal section and rounded at all its corners with a wide peripherally-ribbed neck-band of a diameter approximately equal to the distance between opposed side walls of the jar, three of the side walls of which are laterally curved,while the fourth side wall is flattened.

A is the jar, of squat appearance and rounded at all its corners a.

B is the peripherally-ribbed Wide neckband, the diameter of which is approximately equal to the distance between opposed side walls a, a a, and a. of the jar, as seen if viewed in top plan, as in Fig. 1. Side walls a, a and a are laterally curved, and side wall a is flattish.

Neck-band B laps at b inwardly over cover I), which appears as a disk, as seen in the top plan view, Fig. 1, while each of the four upper rounded corners a formed by the junction of the top and two contiguous side walls spring outwardlyand downwardly from the lower edge of the neck-band and between contiguous sides of the jar, the outer periphery of the neck-band falling just within the approximate square formed by the side lines of the jar, as seen also in the top plan view of Fig. 1.

What I claim is- The design for a fruit-jarherein shown and