Design for a meat-holder
US D27018 S
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08-354. OR 027.018 EX DESIGN.
u. P. LOUGHRIDGE. MEAT HOLDER.
No. 27,018. Patented May 4,1897.
INVENTOR UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
CIIARL IS 1. LOI'GHRIDGE, OF NEVADA, (ALTFORNL\.
DESIGN FOR A MEAT-HOLDER.
I0 all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, CHARLES P. LOUGH- RIDGE, of Nevada city, in the county of Nevada and State of California, have invented and produced a new and original Design for a Meat-Holder, of which the foilowi ng is a full, clear, and exact description.
Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawing, forming a part of this specification, in which the figure represents a perspective view of a meat-holder embodying my new design.
The design in its entirety comprises an elongate member A, a transverse member 13 adjacent to one end, a second transverse member (J, ranging across the elongatemember intermediate its ends, and the pin-like member D, standing out at an angie to the elongate member and adjacent to the second transverse member, and the several features are in detail as follows, to wit: The elongate member A has at one end an eye a. The transverse member B, which is at the end opposite the eye a, has its ends turned in opposite directions, as at b b, and at the junction of the arms of the member 1% with the clon gate member A there appear, respectivetv, a single twist (Panda double iiWiShIJ The lnember (at one side of the elongate member A has its end c turned in the same direction as the eorrctwists o c appear, and adjacent to the said member 0 a pin-like member D stands out at about right angles to both the members A and (1.
The leading feat ure of the design comprises an elongate member, a transverse member ranging across the elongate member adjacent to one end thereof and havingits ends turned in opposite directions, a second transverse member intermediate the ends of the elongate member, and a pin-like member standing at about right angles to the elongate member and to the second transverse member.
I Ciaim The design for a meat-holder herein shown and described.
CHARLES P. LOl'HllHIDUE.
IVAN II. PARKER, W. R. CCLYER.