|Publication number||USD26538 S|
|Publication date||Jan 19, 1897|
|Publication number||US D26538 S, US D26538S, US-S-D26538, USD26538 S, USD26538S|
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W. E. HERON. ORNAMENTAL CARD.
Patented Jan. 19, 1897.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE WILLIAM lC. HERON. OF (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA.
DESIGN FOR AN ORNAMENTAL CARD.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 26,538, dated January 19. 1897'.
pplication filed December 5,1896. Serial No 61 1fi58t Term of patent 7 year 130 it known that I, \Vtmiuu 1C. llrznox, a ('itlZOll of the United States, residing at (treat Falls, in the county of (aseade and State 01 Montana, have invented and prod ueed a certain new and original Design for Ornamental (Yards; and I do-leela re the t'ollmving to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to \\'l1i('h it amtertalns to makeand use the same.
Myinvention relates to a new and original design for an ornamental card, such as is used for visiting, Christmas, New Year, birthday, or memento cards. It relates to the entire eonfiguration of the eard.
My design relates to a eard, as illustrated in the aeeompanyin1e, drawing", in which the figure is a perspective representatimi of a card embodying my design.
The leading features of my design appear in the following description.
J. represents theapproximatelyreetang'nlar base, having one corner turned upward and over to form a scroll 2, while from the opposite diagonal corners 3 l is a st-mirlrrnlnr 1H) 3, formed of a single spiral.
G is. a rt' presentation of a fungus growth springing out of the base and joining with thrhow 5.
.llaving' thus t'ullv tleserilml my invention, what I claim as new and original, and desire to secure ll) Letters Patent ot' the lnited States, is-
The design [or a eartl, suhstantialhv as shown and described.
In testimony whereot. l. hereunto allix my signature in presenee of two witnesses.
WILLIAM E. l IERUN.
( )t. Wransrnn, Janus \Vnmorr.