Design for an eras in g - plate
US D26251 S
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DID-62. OR 026.251 EX DESIGN.
No. 26,251. Patented Nov. 10, 1896.
WITNESSES II'VVENTOI? UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
DESIGN FOR AN ERASlNG-PLATE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 26,251, dated November 10, 1896.
Application filed SeptendwrM, 1896. Serial No. 606,896- Term of patent 31 years.
citizen of the United States, resid ingat \Vashington, in the District of Columbia, have in- I vented and produced a new and original De- 1 Sign for Erasing-Plates, of which the follow- 1 ing is a specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawings. showing a part 5 thereof, and in which Figure 1 is a face View ot'a plate, showing my design; and Fig. 9 is a SOCllOllfll View on about line 2 2 of Fig. 1.
The leading feature of my design consists l in a plate havingthe longitndinally-extendcd transverse slots 1), E, and F.
said slot A, the slots 1;, ll, 13 and 13 being alined, and the slots 0, C and C are alined and arranged in a plane below the slots It, 130 it known that I, YIRGINIA tomnxn, a 1
13', 3' and '13". The slot 1) is arranged between the slots 13 and l, and the slot E between the slots l3 and 1;", while the slot I! is arranged between the slots (J and C'.
It Will be noticed that the slots 1), E, and 1* are parallel and are extended in a dimetion at right angles to the slots A, 13, ll, B 1;, C, C, and (J Above the slot A and adjacent to the edge of the plate I provide a set G of grad nations nmnbered 10 530, &c., as shown.
What I claim is The design for an erasing-plate herein shown.
L. II. ALEXANDER, JAMES R. MANSFIELD.