Design for a card-mount
US D36563 S
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DESIGN. No. 36,563. PATENTBD SEPT. 22, 1903. H. H. COLLINS, JR.
GARD MOUNT. 0
APPLIOATION'PILED AUG. 21, 1903.
W6 565; JWILOM IVO. 36,563. Patented September 22, 1903.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
HENRY H. COLLINS, JR., OF PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.
DESIGN FORA CARD-MOUNT.,
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 36,563, dated September 22, 1903. Application filed August Z1, 1903. Serial No. 170,374. Term of patent years.
To @ZZ whom it may concern,.- g I claim- Be ib known that I, HENRY I-I. COLLINS, Jr., l The ornamental design for a card-mount, a citizen of l[he United States, residing in substantially as shown in the accompanying I5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, have invented a drawings. i new, original, and ornamental Design for a 1 In testimony whereof I have signed my Card-Mount, of which the followingis aspeoiname to this specification in the presence of fication. two subscribing Witnesses.
My design isl fully shown in the accom anying drawings, in Which p .HENRY ,H' COLLINS JR' Figure l represents a face view of the eard- I Witnesses:
mount; and Fig. 2, a sectional View, on an en- MURRAY C. BOYER, larged scale, of a portion of the card-mount. Jos. H. KLEIN.