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Publication numberUSD9211 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 11, 1876
Filing dateApr 3, 1876
Publication numberUS D9211 S, US D9211S, US-S-D9211, USD9211 S, USD9211S
InventorsJohn Oesterling
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for beer-mug
US D9211 S
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

JOHN OESTERLING, OF WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA, AND JULIUS PALME, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

DESIGN FOR BEER-MUG.

Specilcation forming part of Design No. 9,211, dated April 11, 1876; application filed Apri13, 1876. [Term of Patent 7 years] To all whom it may concern:

Beit known that we, JOHN OESTERLING, oi' Wheeling, iu the county ot' Ohio and State ot' West Virginian, and JULIUs PALME, of New York, iu the county of New York and Stute of New York, have invented u new and useful Improvement in Design for BeecMugs or Ale-Glasses, with or without foot or stein; and we do hereby decime the following to be a full, clear, and exact description thereof, reference being lia-d to the accompanying drawing forming part of this specification, and illustrating our design as applied to a beer-n1 ug.

Our design is intended for beer-mugs or ale glasses, with or without foot or stems, und consists iu forming the exterior of an ale or beerglass of a. series of planes upon one or more of which star-shaped ligures are formed.

We will now describe the design, with reference to the drawing, so that others skilled in the art to which it uppertains muy reproduce the saine, or one bearing close resemblence thereto.

A represeutsa beer-glass, the outer surface thereof bounded by a. series of planes, a a, which extend from the lip a. to a point below the cavity of the glass, as indicated by dot` ted line b, but terminating suiciently above the base to leave e continuous base-ring, c. This form alone will give e peculiarly marked effect, but in addition thereto we form upon one or more of the plane exterior surfaces the stars d, und upon one of said emblems we generally make the figures 1776, and upon another the figures 1876.

Hevin g thus described our invention, what we claim asn design for ale or beer mugs 1s- The form or configuration produced by milking the exterior surface ot' the glass to consist ot E series of planes, upon one or more of which starshaped figures are formed.

In testimony whereof we, the said JOHN OESTERLING and J ULIUs PALME, have here- `unto set our hands.

JOHN OESTERLING. J ULIUS PALME.

Witnesses as to J. OESTERLINGS signa.- ture:

W. H. BRINTON, WM. GRING. Witnesses as to J. PALMES signature:

ERNST FISHER, GEORGE HEILEMANN.