Design for a label
US D3410 S
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5min l@anni GEORGE F. GANTZ, OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSlGNOR TO GEORGE F. GANTZ AND COMPANY.
Design No. 3,410, dated March 23, 1869.
DESIGN FOR. A LABEL.
To all whom it 'may concern:
Beit known that 1, GEORGE F. GANTZ, of the city, county, and State oi' New York, have invented a new Design for a Printed Label, for baking-powder boxes, or cans; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description of the saine, reference heilig had to the accompanying specimen, which forms part of this specification, and in which- Figure 1 represents that part of the label which is to cover one side of the box, or can, and
Figure 2, that part which is to cover the opposite side thereof.
On that part of the label shown in fig. 1, and in which is represented, in the foreground, a rock lashed by white-capped waves of a surging sea, and in the background, a castle of oriental style, are the words Gantz Sea-Foam.
lhe word Gantz, in plain shaded capitals, is arranged in a straight line across the upper part of the figure, and the words sea-foam, in plain capitals, with receding shadows, are arranged in a straight line across the bottom thereof.
Spanning the upper part of the said gnre is an arch, A, having for its key-stone a Maltese cross, and supported upon two Corinthian columns, B B, the foundations of which are each ornamentcd with a Maltese cross, b.
The sides and top are surrounded by a plain border, C, with curved and angular corners, c c', at each upper corner, as represented.
The bottom of the landscape is bordered by a plain border, D, of a form as represented, and having its ends turned upward, for supporting ornamental flowerpots, e e.
At the top and bottom of that part of the label shown in fig. 2, are the words Sea-Foam Baking-Powder.
The words sca-foam, in fancy block-letters, with pendent shadows, are arranged in an upwardly-curved line across the top of the figure, and the words baking-powder, in plain block-letters, are arranged in a downwardly-curved line across the bottom thereof.
In the centre of the iigure is represented a crown, E, which is encircled by a broad ring, F, in which are the words G. F. Gantz 8L Go., 136 and 138 Cedar st., N. Y.
The words G. F. Gantz & 0o., in capitalletters, are arranged in a curved line in the upper part of the ring, and 136 and 138 Cedar st., N. Y., the numerals 136 and 138 in plain figures, and the Words Oedar st., N. Y., in block-letters, are arranged in a curved line on the lower portion thereof.
The entire figure is enclosed within a plain border, G, having its corners formed as represented at g, and ornaments midway its sides, of a form as represented at h.
What I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-
The design and configuration ofthe label for bakingpowder cans, or boxes, herein described, and represented in the accompanying specimen.
GEO. F. GANTZ.
FRED HAYNEs, J. W. OooMBs.