|Publication number||USD7093 S|
|Publication date||Jan 6, 1874|
|Publication number||US D7093 S, US D7093S, US-S-D7093, USD7093 S, USD7093S|
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICEa VILLIAM GORMAN, OF NIMV BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, ASSIGNOR T() THE RUSSELL 8: ERVIN MANUFACTURING CCMPANY, OF SAME PLACE.
DESIGN FOR DOOR-KNOB AND ROSE.
Specification forming partei' Deiign No. 7,093, dated Jnnnnry 6, 1874; application iilrd September 22, 187?. [Term of Patent 14 years] To all ywhom `it muy concern:
Be it known that I, WiLLrAM GORMAN, of New Britain, in the eountjT of Hartford .nid State of Connecticut, have invented u new und useful Design for :i Door-Knob und the Rose belonging to the sinne; and I do hereby declare that the following specification, taken in eonnection with the drawings, is u description thereof.
Figures 1 und 2 are views, respectively, of the design for the obverse und the reverse oi' the knob. Fi g. 3 represents the design for the IUSP.
The design i'or the obverse ot' the knob i; shown at Fig. l ofthe drawing.
A represents u rosette, which eoniposcs the central figure, und is inclosed within u circular bund, the face of which muy be spotted. The extreme edge of the obverse thee is bounded by u bund-line, (i, und the nnnulnr spuee between it und the circuler bund before inentioned is ornumented with an endless band, b, arranged to forni e series ot' Gothic points, the spaces Within the points und the outer spaces formed by the intersection of the points being occupied, respectively, with large und snuill trefoils.
The characteristic feature of this design is the effect which is produced by the grouping ofthe several members above mentioned, sub stuntiitlly :is shown.
The design for the reverse of the knob is shown at Fig. 2, und is eoinposed of :i centrul rosette, 13, with pointed leaves ot' liotliie design, surrounded by u lnutted ground, relieved by the leutwork shown.
The design for the knob-rose is exhibited ut Fig. 3, und is colnposed of the scroll-work c, in relief, upon it matted ground, giving, in eentrust with the ground, the etfeet shown.
Fig. 4 represents the general contour of the knob und its rose-plate in side view.
ibut I cluiln :is new, und desire to secure by Letters lutent, is-
Yl.. The designfor the obverse of :t knob, sub stuntinlly us described, and shown nt Fig. l of the drawing.
2. The design for the reverse of a knob, substantially as described, und shown zit Fig. 2 ot' the druwing.
3. The design for the knob-rose, substanttiully us described, und shown nt Fig. 3 ofthe drawing.
Titnessesz M. J. WOODRUFF, Timo. E. SMITH.