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Publication numberUSD9468 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 22, 1876
Filing dateAug 4, 1876
Publication numberUS D9468 S, US D9468S, US-S-D9468, USD9468 S, USD9468S
InventorsBobeet Scott
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for fabric
US D9468 S
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M379 w p 9,468

R. SCOTT & A. JEWELL.

Fmamcs. No. 9,458. 'Pmemed Aug. 22.1878.

WITNESSES' UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

ROBERT SCOTT AND AARON JEWTELL, OF LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS.

DESIGN FOR FABRIC.

specification forming part of Design No. 9,468, dated August 22, 1876; application filed August 4, 1876. [Term of Patent 7 yeara] To all whom `it may concern:

Be it known that We, ROBERT Soorr'r and AARoN JEWELL, both ot' Lawrence, in the county of Essex Iand State ot' Massachusetts, have invented a new Design for Fancy orsted or Woolen Fabrics; and we do hereby deelare that the following specification, taken in con' ncction with the drawing making a part of the same, is a full, clear, and exact description thereoi'.

The design which is the subject of this patent consists in the combination of squares and double parallclogranis, as hcreinafter desoribed.

The sqnares A are of so-ealled basketweaving' pattern, and are arranged in alternation longitudinally with squares B, which are shaded by diagonal lines. The double parallelogranis C are of basket-weaving pattern, and alternate longitudinally with double parallelograms D, shaded by diagonal iines arranged in herring-bone fashion. A longitudinal line or succession of sqnares alternates with a line or succession of double parallelo` granis, and the squares and parallelog'rams are so arranged in lateral lines that the paraL lelograms of basketweavin g separate squares which are shaded by diagonal lines; and parallelog'rams shaded by diagonal lines separate squarcs of bsket-weaving', as shown.

The fabric may be woven in any preferred variety or combination of colors for giving effect to the design above described, the distinctive feature of which is the combination of squares and parallelograms of basket-Weaving' and diagonal shading alternating longitudinally and transversely, as described and shown.

What we elaiin is- The design for fancy worsted or woolen fab rics, substantially as herein described, and represeuted in the drawing.

ROBERT SCOTT. AARON JEWELL. Witnesses:

ALFD. P. (JLARK, O. H. BARNES.