Design for a prism-win dow
US D33669 S
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025-52. OR D33a6b9 EX DESIGN.
No. 33,669. Patented Dec. 4, I900. G. K. CUMMINGS.
(Application flied Aug. 16, 1898) f? 2 Iyl.
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GEORGE K. CUMMINGS, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
DESlGN FOR A PRISM-WINDOW.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 33,669, dated December 4, 1900.
Anplicat-ion filed August 15, 1898. Serial No. 688,623. Term of patent '7 years.
To all whom it 772/! 1 eon/08PM.-
lle it known that I, GEORGE K. CUMMINGS, a citizen of the United States, residing at New York, in the county and State of New York, have in vented and produced a new and origi nal Design for Prism-\Vindows, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to a new and original design for prism-windows, and is illustrated in the aerompnnying drawings, in which Figure 1 is an elevation or front, View of a prism-windowembodyingmysaid desigmand Fig. 2 is a vertical cross-section through the middle of the window.
As shown in the accompanying drawings, my design consists of panes, plates, or lights of parallel prisms represented by the light parallel lines and inclosed within a rectangular parallelogram and separated by a framework represented by double lines and arranged as follows: Within the parallelogram, at the bottom or lower ends, are a row of triangular-shaped prism -lights resting upon their bases. Next above are a row of diamond-shaped prism-lights inolosed Within the twonppersidesoft hetriangularlights. Next. above these are a row of elongated hexagonal prism-lights, with the two sides forming the lower end inolosed within the upper sides of adjacent. diamond-lights, next it row of diamond-shaped prism-lights, and then another row of hexagonal-shaped prisnrlights, then another row of dimnond-shaped prism-lights, and atthe topn row of triangular prism-lights similar to those in the bottom row, but resting upon their apiees and on two of their sides. Extending from side to side on each of the lights in the entire window are parallel prisms. The whole gives the eliectof a lm rred or grated prism or lined window.
I claim-- The design for a prism-window as heroin shown and described.
In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.
GEORGE K. CllilMlNGS.
EDWIN SEGER, SIDNEY MANN.