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Publication numberUSD5030 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 20, 1871
Publication numberUS D5030 S, US D5030S, US-S-D5030, USD5030 S, USD5030S
InventorsGeorge W. Ketoham
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for a cake-pan
US D5030 S
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j I (i To all whom it may concern city, county, and State of New York, have invented and originated a new and useful Design for Cake-Pans, of which the following is a specification.

the accompanying drawing forming a part of this specification.

pan.

tional View through the center.

stood, being chiefly to supply a want long felt by consumers and the trade generally for a style that would be more acceptable than any known form of cake-pan at present manufactured.

my invention, a brief allusion will sulfice.

prelerrmg, however, tin.

GEORGE W. KETOHAM, OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOR TO E. KETOHAM & (10., OF SAME PLACE.

Design No. 5,030, dated June 20, 1871.

DESlGN FOR A CAKE-PAN.

The Schedule referred to in these Letters Patent and making part of the name.

Be it known that I, GEORGE W. KETCHAM, of the The nature of my invention is fully represented in Figure 1 represents my fluted or corrugated cake- Figure 2 represents one-half of the same, or a sec- The object of my invention may be readily under- To enable others skilled in the art to make and use In forming my pan I use any suitable sheet metal, I prepare the blanks in sizes suitable for forming the pan from one piece of the sheet metal.

The forming is accomplished in an expeditious way by using the ordinary drawing-dies and presses, two compressions being generally sufficient to give the pan its desired depth and form.

The finishing of the other parts is so familiar to manufacturers that a description would be superfluous.

The novelty and usefulness of this design will readily be apparent. A noticeable feature is the combination of the flutes or corrugations with a flattened edge or rim, which supplauts the sharp or rough edge usually found on scalloped pans, and adds greatly to the strength of the article and the completeness of the finish.

I claim as my invention- The design for a cake-pan, as shown.

GEORGE W. KETOHAM. [L. s.]

Witnesses:

GEORGE H. TAY, J. WILLIAM SULLmGs.