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SECTION I - CLASS DEFINITION

This class provides for design patents claiming ornamental designs for:

1. Mirror, frame, picture mount, or easel-type support

2. Apparel support

3. Furniture, freestanding support, or frame therefore

4. Article support, holder, or dispenser not otherwise provided for

5. Window covering

6. Carpet, floor mat, or rug

7. Household linen, mattress, or cushion

8. Elements or attachments specific to the above listed subject matter

(1) Note. Design patents in this class are classified by what is claimed and shown in full lines only. Broken lines, which may be included in design patent drawings, are considered as environment only.
(2) Note. Definitions are provided for the mainline subclasses only. Definitions for the remaining subclass will be published at a future date.

SECTION II - REFERENCES TO OTHER CLASSES

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D2Apparel and Haberdashery,   subclass 719 for sleeping bag.
D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20 through 27for sewing supply caddy or carrier; subclasses 276-292, 900, 902 and 905 for suitcase, brief case and tool box; subclasses 304-314 for basket or open bin.
D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 388 for insulating mat for cooking range; subclass 590, for kitchen condiment container holder or spice rack; subclass 616 for drinking glass or bottle holder; subclass 637 for food processor blade support.
D8Tools and Hardware,   for generic furniture hardware such as hinge, drawer handle, etc; subclass 71 for tool holder including bagging tool for packing groceries; subclass 303 for handgrip; subclasses 349-399 for fastener, support, or mount; subclasses 354-372 for hook or support for mirror or picture; subclass 375 for caster; subclass 403 for furniture corner protector; subclass 499 for shade locking or ratchet mechanism.
D11Jewelry, Symbolic Insignia, and Ornaments,   subclasses 132 through 140for plaque or wall decoration; subclasses 143-156 for flowerpot or plant holder, including topiary plant form.
D12Transportation,   subclass 115 for bicycle rack or holder; subclasses 128-133 for perambulator, invalid chair or stretcher; subclass 183 for window or curtain deflector for vehicle; subclasses 187-189 for vehicular rear view mirror; subclass 203 for vehicular mat, step or step plate; subclasses 415-426.1 for vehicle integrated holder for CD type disc.
D13Equipment for Production, Distribution, or Transformation of Energy,   subclass 184 for casing or enclosure for electronic equipment not elsewhere specified.
D14Recording, Communication, or Informational Retrieval Equipment,   subclasses 133 and 175-184 for cabinet for radio, television, or stereo.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 66 through 78for sewing machine cabinets and parts; subclasses 151 and 152 for oil collecting cabinets.
D16Photography and Optical Equipment,   subclass 129 for holder or support for eyeglasses.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for blackboard or bulletin board; subclasses 75-80 for card file; subclasses 86-92 for desk tray document holder.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for sign.
D21Games, Toys and Sports Goods,   subclass 397 for game or card table; subclasses 416-417 for rocking horse; subclasses 519-522 for toy furniture; subclasses 686-691 for bench or body support for physical exercise; subclasses 783-784 for billiard or pool table; subclass 792 for golf training aid type mat; subclasses 823-825 for playground type swing.
D23Environmental Heating and Cooling; Fluid Handling and Sanitary Equipment,   subclass 59 for sink combined with cabinet; subclasses 296-297 for toilet training chair; subclass 303 for support for plumbing fixture.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 128 for holder or support rack for medical type equipment; subclass 183 for physician s examination table; subclass 199 for nursing bottle support; subclasses 224-226 for vessel for reagent material; subclasses 227-230 for medical tray, rack, or vessel holder; subclass 234 for laboratory ventilation hood.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 55 for rigid drapery valance or cornice; subclass 64 and indented subclasses for ladder or stepladder; subclasses 119-137 for molding for picture frame or mirror.
D26Lighting,   subclass 58 for table combined with lamp.
D27Tobacco and Smokers Supplies,   subclass 102 for ash receiver, snuffer or support; subclass 184 for cigarette dispenser.
D28Cosmetic Products and Toilet Articles,   subclass 15 for hair dryer combined with chair; subclass 63 for bath mitt or cloth; subclasses 64.1-64.7 for hand held mirror.
D30Animal Husbandry,   subclasses 134 through 143for saddlery; subclass 145 for animal blanket.
D32Washing, Cleaning, or Drying Machines,   subclass 57 for mat for sink or bathtub.
D34Material of Article Handling Equipment,   subclasses 12 through 27for cart or dolly including wheeled television support stands.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 25 for altar; subclass 28 for bank depository.

SUBCLASSES

[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 300]    300MIRROR, FRAME, PICTURE MOUNT, OR EASEL TYPE SUPPORT:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for decorative edges or surround for reflective mirror, frame or art or an three-leg type holder or support for this subject matter.

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568,for combination with horizontal support surface.
641,through 701, for combination with freestanding furniture.
700,for furniture-type book reading stand.

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D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 354 through 372for hook or support for mirror or picture.
D11Jewelry, Symbolic Insignia, and Ornaments,   subclasses 132 through 140for plaque or wall decoration.
D12Transportation,   subclasses 187 through 189for vehicular rear view mirror.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for blackboard or bulletin board.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for sign.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclasses 119 through 137for extrusion or molding for picture frame or mirror.
D28Cosmetic Products and Toilet Articles,   subclasses 64.1 through 64.7for hand held mirror.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 315]    315APPAREL SUPPORT:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for holding or hanging clothing.
(1) Note. Apparel support in combination with free-standing furniture excluded.
(2) Note. A hook comprised of a furniture-like mount attachable to a vertical surface is classified in the following subclasses. A generic type hook, such as one designed for a wall or door, is classified in Class D8.

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343,for hook in combination with seat.
568,for combination with horizontal support surface.
681,through 681.3, for vertical frame or support, uniform in cross-section, including wire, tubular, or rectangular.
682,for freestanding towel support.
700,for lectern, podium, or reading stand.

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D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 349 through 372for wall-mounted coat hook.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 329]    329FURNITURE, FREESTANDING SUPPORT, OR FRAME THEREFOR:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for movable contents articles for household or office use such as seating, tables, desks, display and storage cabinets.

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512,through 595, for wall-mounted desk, shelf or similar support

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D2Apparel and Haberdashery,   subclass 719 for sleeping bag.
D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20 through 27for sewing supply caddy or carrier.
D8Tools and Hardware,   for generic hardware such as hinge, pull, handle, glide; subclass 375 for caster; subclass 403 for furniture corner protector.
D12Transportation,   subclass 115 for bicycle rack or holder; subclasses 128-133 for perambulator, invalid chair or stretcher; subclasses 415–426.1 for vehicle integrated holder for disc.
D13Equipment for Production, Distribution, or Transformation of Energy,   subclass 184 for casing or enclosure for electronic equipment not elsewhere specified.
D14Recording, Communication, or Informational Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 133 , and 175-184 for cabinet for radio, television or stereo.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 66 through 78for sewing machine cabinets and parts; subclasses 151 and 152 for oil collecting cabinets.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for blackboard, bulletin board or drawing board; subclasses 75-80 for card file.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclass 30 for mannequin.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclass 397 for game or card table; subclasses 416-417 for rocking horse; subclasses 519-522 for toy furniture; subclasses 686-691 for bench or body support for physical exercise; subclasses 783-784 for billiard or pool table; subclasses 823-825 for playground type swing.
D23Environmental Heating and Cooling; Fluid Handling and Sanitary Equipment,   subclass 59 for sink combined with cabinet; subclasses 296-297 for toilet training chair; subclass 303 for support for plumbing fixture.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 183 for physician s examination table; subclass 234 for laboratory ventilation hood.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 64 for stepladder.
D26Lighting,   subclass 58 for table combined with lamp.
D28Cosmetic Products and Toilet Articles,   subclass 15 for hair dryer combined with chair.
D30Animal Husbandry,   subclasses 134 through 143for saddlery.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 25 for altar; subclass 28 for bank depository.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 512]    512ARTICLE SUPPORT HOLDER OR DISPENSER NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for mounting-type device or device that dispenses contents in prescribed amounts not otherwise provided for.
(1) Note. Includes only those supports that are comprised of a horizontal supporting surface such as a shelf, a partially or fully enclosed structure, or combination thereof.
(2) Note. Generic type support or bracket in the form of a hook, clip, clamp, brackets or the like, or any lesser article than a shelf-like article, is classified in Class D8.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20 through 27for sewing supplies holder or case; subclasses 276-292, 900, 902 and 905 for suitcase, brief case and tool box; subclasses 304-314 for basket or open bin.
D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 590 for kitchen condiment container holder or spice rack; subclass 616 for drinking glass or bottle holder; subclass 637 for food processor blade support.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 71 for tool holder including bagging tool for packing groceries; subclass 303 for hand grip; subclasses 349-399 for fastener, support or mount.
D11Jewelry, Symbolic Insignia, and Ornaments,   subclasses 143 through 156for flowerpot or plant holder including topiary type plant form.
D12Transportation,   subclasses 415 through 426.1for vehicle integrated holder for CD type disc.
D16Photography and Optical Equipment,   subclass 129 holder or support for eyeglasses.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 86 through 92for desk tray document holder.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclass 30 for mannequin.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 128 for holder or support rack for medical type equipment; subclasses 224-226 for vessel for reagent material; subclasses 227-230 for medical tray, rack or vessel holder; subclass 199, for nursing bottle support.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 55 for rigid drapery valance or cornice.
D27Tobacco and Smokers Supplies,   subclass 102 for ash receiver, snuffer or support; subclass 184 for cigarette dispenser; subclass 186 for cover for cigarette pack.
D34Material of Article Handling Equipment,   subclasses 12 through 27for cart or dolly including wheeled television support stands.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 575]    575WINDOW COVERING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for a shade or decorative hanging for opening in a wall or roof in a building or vehicle such as a curtain, swag, valence or Venetian blind.
(1) Note. Includes shower curtain.

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D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 354 through 372for mounting hardware for curtain; subclass 358 for tilter or control unit for Venetian blind; subclass 394 for Venetian blind type cord latch; subclass 499 for shade locking or ratchet mechanism.
D12Transportation,   subclass 183 for window or curtain deflector for vehicle.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 48.7 for window; subclass 48.8 for window screen or grill; subclass 47.1 for window well cover; subclass 55 for rigid drapery valance or cornice.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 582]    582CARPET, FLOOR MAT, OR RUG:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for a floor covering.

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D12Transportation,   subclass 203 , for vehicular mat, step or step plate.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclass 706 for court boundary; 792 for golf training mat.
D32Washing, Cleaning, or Drying Machines,   subclass 57 for sink mat.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 595]    595HOUSEHOLD LINEN, MATTRESS, OR CUSHION:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Designs for household textile articles, bedding or pillow.
(1) Note. Includes napkin.

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D2Apparel and Haberdashery,   subclass 719 for sleeping bag.
D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 388 for insulating mat for cooking range.
D28Cosmetic Products and Toilet Articles,   subclass 63 for bath mitt or cloth.
D30Animal Husbandry,   subclass 145 for animal blanket.
D32Washing, Cleaning, or Drying Machines,   subclass 57 mat for sink or bathtub.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 640]    640Freestanding telephone booth with side privacy screens:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for a telephone booth with side or rear panels for privacy.

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553,through 574, for telephone booths that are wall mountable.

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D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 16 for telephone booth that encloses the occupant.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 641]    641Computer or office workstation, table, desk, drafting table, or school desk:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for a work surface, table or desk that is primarily used by a seated user, for office and computer equipment use, i.e., kneehole desks, workstations with storage for office supplies, workstations, or desks with keyboard pullout trays, drafting tables, and school desks.
(1) Note. This subclass includes only those designs that are for use as an office, clerical, or computer workstation support.

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685,through 697.2, for tables for patio, dining, cocktail, etc., which are not intended for use in an office or as a computer support.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20+ for carrier for sewing supplies; 273+ for tool storage container; and subclasses 277 and 304+ for basket or open bin.
D12Transportation,   subclasses 425 and 426.1 for vehicle-specific desks and trays.
D14Recording, Communication or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclasses 447 and 451+ for computer stands and monitor and peripheral supports that are not furniture, but used to support the computer equipment.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for drawing board or writing surface or artists’-type easel.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclass 522 for toy table, desk, or workbench.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 642]    642Combined with disparate article or convertible to another use or expandable with leaves:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that is combined with another article, i.e., a desk combined with a sofa bed, desk combined with lamp, desk combined with a clock.
(1) Note. Included in this subclass are designs that are convertible to another use when in either an opened or folded state, either with or without a different article, or designs that are expandable with leaves.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined sofa bed, desk, and dresser.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined sofabed, desk, and dresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a smoker’s table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a smoker’stable.

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335,through 343, for seating units combined with workstations, tables, or desks, i.e., school desk, tablet arm table desk, or high chair with tray.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 643]    643With privacy screen, e.g., study carrel, voting booth, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer, office workstation, or desk that includes a privacy screen and panel(s) around the top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portable modular voting booth    .

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portable modular votingbooth .

Figure 2. Example of a design for a carrel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a carrel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 643.1]    643.1For multiple users:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 643.  Design for a study carrel or voting booth with provisions for multiple users.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 644]    644For multiple users:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that shows a distinct provision for plural users.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 645]    645Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for computer or office workstations, tables, or desks that include an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 646]    646With tambour enclosure:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that includes a tambour enclosure, i.e., rolling door panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a child’s roll-top desk.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a child’sroll-top desk.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 647]    647Top spaced from leg support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation, or desk that includes a space or gap between the top and leg supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk top spaced from support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk top spaced fromsupport.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 648]    648L-shaped or U-shaped corner unit:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk wherein the top surface is either L-Shaped or a corner unit (U-shape).

Figure 1. Example of a design for a work station.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a work station.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a desk.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a desk.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 648.1]    648.1With tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 648.  Design for an L-shaped or U-shaped workstation wherein the supports are wire or tubular.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 648.2]    648.2With shelf above top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 648.  Design for an L-shaped or U-shaped workstation that includes a shelf above the top of the work surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 648.3]    648.3Multiple shelves above top, e.g., hutch-like, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 648.2.  Design for an L-shaped or U-shaped workstation that includes a multiple shelves or storage above the top of the work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a personal computer console.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a personal computer console.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 648.4]    648.4With keyboard pull-out shelf under top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 648.  Design for an L-shaped or U-shaped workstation that includes a keyboard shelf below the top of the work surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 649]    649Top with more than four sides:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein in top plan there are more than four sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a school desk.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a school desk.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 650]    650Freeform or curved top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation that shows a single top surface that is freeform with curved edges.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk with curved edges.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk withcurved edges.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 650.1]    650.1Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 650.  Design for a computer or office workstation that shows a transparent freeform top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 651]    651Knee-hole-type desk with storage adjacent to legs on both sides:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk wherein there is storage on both sides adjacent to the user’s knees.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk with storage on both sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk withstorage on both sides.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 651.1]    651.1With shelf above work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 651.  Design includes storage adjacent to legs on both sides and a single shelf above the work surface top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 651.2]    651.2Multiple shelves, e.g., hutch-like, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 651.1.  Design includes storage adjacent to legs on both sides and multiple shelves or storage above the top of the work surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 652]    652Knee-hole type storage adjacent to legs on one side of knee hole:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk wherein there is storage on one side adjacent to the user’s knees.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk at one leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk at oneleg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 652.1]    652.1With shelf above work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 652.  Design includes storage adjacent to legs on one side and a single shelf above the work surface top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 652.2]    652.2Multiple shelves, e.g., hutch-like, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 652.1.  Design includes storage adjacent to legs on one side and multiple shelves or storage above the top of the work surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653]    653With shelf or storage, e.g., drawer, etc., both above and below the work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that includes a shelf or storage both above and below the primary work surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.1]    653.1With multiple shelves or storage both above and below work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage both above and below the primary work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk with shelves above and storage below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk withshelves above and storage below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a desk for a desk with shelves above and below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a desk for adesk with shelves above and below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.11]    653.11With tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having shelving above and below work surface with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving shelving above and below work surface with tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.12]    653.12With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.11.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the primary work surface is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having shelving above and below work surface with transparent top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving shelving above and below work surface with transparent top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.13]    653.13With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.14]    653.14With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the supports are two or dual pedestals.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having shelving above and below work surface with dual leg supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving shelving above and below work surface with dual leg supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.15]    653.15With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the top is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having transparent top and shelving.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving transparent top and shelving.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.16]    653.16With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above and below the top and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.17]    653.17Whole workstation is of a uniform thickness:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation that includes a single shelf or storage area both above and below the primary work surface and is formed of one material that has a uniform (same) thickness.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having uniform thickness and shelving.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving uniform thickness and shelving.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.18]    653.18With tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports and shelving.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports and shelving.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports and shelving.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports and shelving.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.19]    653.19With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.18.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the primary work surface is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.2]    653.2With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.21]    653.21With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the supports are two or dual pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.22]    653.22With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the top is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having transparent top and shelving.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving transparent top and shelving.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 653.23]    653.23With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 653.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage both above and below the top and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654]    654With shelf or storage, e.g. drawer, etc., above the work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that includes a single shelf or storage unit only above the primary work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with shelf above work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith shelf above work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.1]    654.1With multiple shelves or storage above work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage above the primary work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with shelves above work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith shelves above work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.11]    654.11With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage above work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.12]    654.12With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.11.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above the top and wherein the supports are tubular and the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.13]    654.13With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above the top and wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with shelves above work surface and unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith shelves above work surface and unitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.14]    654.14With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above the top and wherein the supports are two dual or pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.15]    654.15With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above the top and wherein the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.16]    654.16With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.1.  Design for a workstation with multiple shelving above the top and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.17]    654.17Whole workstation is of a uniform thickness:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area above the primary work surface and is formed of one material having a uniform thickness.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having uniform thickness and shelf above work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving uniform thickness and shelf above work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation having uniform thickness and shelf above work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationhaving uniform thickness and shelf above work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.18]    654.18With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area above the primary work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports and shelf above work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports and shelf above work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports and shelf above work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports and shelf above work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.19]    654.19With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.18.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area above the primary work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the primary work surface is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.2]    654.2With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area above the primary work surface and wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having a unitary pedestal and shelf above work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving a unitary pedestal and shelf above work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.21]    654.21With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage area above the top and wherein the supports are two or dual pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.22]    654.22With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage area above the top and wherein the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 654.23]    654.23With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 654.  Design for a workstation with a single shelf or storage area above the top and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having a recessed work surface and a shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving a recessed work surface and a shelf.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655]    655With shelf or storage, e.g. drawer, etc., below the work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that includes a shelf or storage only below the primary work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation shelf below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationshelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation shelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationshelf below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.1]    655.1With multiple shelves or storage below the work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below the primary work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstation shelves below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstationshelves below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.11]    655.11With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.12]    655.12With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.11.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the primary work surface is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstation shelves below transparent work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstationshelves below transparent work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for workstation shelves below transparent work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for workstationshelves below transparent work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.13]    655.13With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the support is a unitary pedestal.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.14]    655.14With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the supports are two pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.15]    655.15With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.16]    655.16With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.1.  Design includes multiple shelving or storage below work surface and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.17]    655.17Whole workstation is of a uniform thickness:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below primary work surface and is formed of one material having a uniform thickness.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.18]    655.18With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below work surface and wherein the supports are wire or tubular.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with tubular supports and shelf below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith tubular supports and shelf below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.19]    655.19With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.18.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below the top and wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the primary work surface is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports, transparent top, and shelf below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports, transparent top, and shelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation having tubular supports, transparent top, and shelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationhaving tubular supports, transparent top, and shelf below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.2]    655.2With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below the top and wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.21]    655.21With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below the top and wherein the supports are two pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.22]    655.22With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below the top and wherein the top is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation having transparent top and shelf below work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationhaving transparent top and shelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation having transparent top and shelf below work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationhaving transparent top and shelf below work surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 655.23]    655.23With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.  Design includes a single shelf or storage area below the top and wherein the top is provided with a recessed area.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656]    656Single work surface without storage:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 641.  Design for a computer or office workstation or desk that is not provided with storage or shelving.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.1]    656.1Whole workstation is of a uniform thickness:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation that is formed of one material that has a uniform thickness.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.11]    656.11Angled top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation that is provided with an angled (not flat) top.

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661.2,675.4, 676.4, 677.4, and 678.3, for furniture with inclined display or storage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an angled drafting table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an angled drafting table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.12]    656.12With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.11.  Design for a computer or office workstation that is provided with an angled top and wherein the supports are formed of a wire or tubular material.

Figure 1. Example of a design for angled work surface with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for angled worksurface with tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.13]    656.13With wire or tubular supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the supports are formed of a wire or tubular material.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith tubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation with tubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationwith tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.14]    656.14With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.13.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the supports are formed of a wire or tubular material and the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.15]    656.15With unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the support is a single pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstation with a unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for workstationwith a unitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.16]    656.16With dual leg supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the supports are two pedestals.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with dual legs.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith dual legs.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation with dual legs.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationwith dual legs.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.17]    656.17With symmetrical leg extensions, i.e. same length front to rear:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 655.16.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the supports are two pedestals and the vertical legs are centered symmetrically on the vertical foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with symmetrical leg extensions.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith symmetrical leg extensions.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstation with symmetrical leg extensions.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a workstationwith symmetrical leg extensions.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.18]    656.18With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the top is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 656.19]    656.19With recess on top of work surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 656.  Design for a computer or office workstation wherein the top is provided with a recess.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation with recessed work surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationwith recessed work surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a portable typewriter desk.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a portable typewriter desk.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 657]    657Combined visible and enclosed storage (includes showcase):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design includes closed and open storage areas, and storage with transparent or visible panels, i.e., both enclosed drawers and panels with open shelving, or with transparent panels or showcase for one unit having both shelving holding articles seen by an observer and a cabinet.
(1) Note. Included in this subclass are shelves with transparent panels.
(2) Note. Included in this subclass are drawers.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a nightstand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a nightstand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 658]    658Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 657.  Design for a combined closed and opened storage cabinet or similar article that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for simulative visible and enclosed storage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for simulative visibleand enclosed storage.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 659]    659All doors or panels of storage are transparent allowing visibility from all sides:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 657.  Design that is completely enclosed with transparent panel or door(s) for viewing.

Figure 1. Example of a design for transparent visible and enclosed storage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for transparentvisible and enclosed storage.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 660]    660With inset component and at least one transparent door or panel:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 657.  Design with combined closed and open storage with distinct superposed or inset portion and includes open bin or shelf-type area, closed door, panel, or drawer(s), and with transparent panel or door(s) for viewing.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a visible and enclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a visible andenclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 3. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 3. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 4. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 4. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 661]    661With transparent door or panel:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 657.  Design for a combined closed and open or visible storage that includes open shelf or bin area; opaque panel, door, or drawer(s); and with transparent panel or door(s) for viewing.
(1) Note. Includes refrigerated display case, freezer, or cooler unit that includes transparent panels for viewing.

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705,for shelf unit lacking aperture having appearance characteristics of a surround for a transparent panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with transparent panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with transparent panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 661.1]    661.1Triangular case type, e.g., flag display, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 661.  Design having a three-sided shape and with transparent panel or door for viewing.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparent panel flag display case.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparentpanel flag display case.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 661.2]    661.2Inclined viewing surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 661.  Design for an enclosed storage article that includes slanted transparent panel or door that is completely enclosed and has slanted transparent panel or door(s).

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curio cabinet with inclined viewing surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curio cabinetwith inclined viewing surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with inclined viewing surface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with inclined viewing surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 661.3]    661.3Curved viewing surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 661.  Design includes curved transparent panel or door(s).

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet having visible and enclosed storage with a curved transparent panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet havingvisible and enclosed storage with a curved transparent panel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet having visible and enclosed storage with a curved transparent panel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet havingvisible and enclosed storage with a curved transparent panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 662]    662With inset or superposed distinct component and only opaque doors, panels, or drawers:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 657.  Design for a combined closed and open storage with distinct inset or superposed portion and includes open bin or shelf-type area, door, panel, or drawer(s), and without transparent panel or door(s).

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible and enclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible andenclosed storage with inset and transparent panel.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a hutch with inset.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a hutch withinset.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 662.1]    662.1With plural superposed or stepped surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 662.  Design for combined closed and open storage with distinct plural superposed or stepped surfaces, and opaque doors, panels, or drawers.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bookcase with superposed surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bookcase with superposedsurfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bookcase with stepped surfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bookcase with steppedsurfaces.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 663]    663Enclosed storage, e.g., armoires, cabinets, dressers, chests, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design that completely encloses the articles to be stored, i.e., storage, cabinet, shelf, or stand, which has a closed door, drawer, panel, or bin.
(1) Note. Includes vanity cabinet with sink in broken line.
(2) Note. To be classified in this and in indented subclasses, there must be a clear indication of access to the contents, e.g., door or corresponding hardware, etc.

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559,through 561, for storage furniture which is attached to wall and with door or drawer, i.e., medicine cabinet, wall cabinet.
657,for an article wherein glass panels permit viewing contents.
668,through 671.4, for enclosed vanity cabinet with sink in broken line.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20 through 27for carrier for sewing supplies and subclasses 273-302 for tool storage container.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 66 through 78for sewing machines combined with table or storage when the sewing machine is shown in either solid or broken lines.
D23Environmental Heating and Cooling; Fluid Handling and Sanitary Equipment,   subclass 286 for sink combined with cabinet if sink is in full line.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclasses 128 , subclasses 224-226, or subclasses 227-230 for holder or container for medical equipment, medications, etc.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 664]    664Combined with disparate article or convertible to another use:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design that is combined with another article which, if disclosed separately, would be proper subject matter for an indented subclass or another design patent class, e.g., an enclosed cabinet combined with lamp, etc.; or if design converts to another use when in an opened or folded state, either with or without being combined with a different article.

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D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 66 through 78for sewing machines combined with table or storage when the sewing machine is shown in either solid or broken lines.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a sewing cabinet.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a sewing cabinet.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 664.1]    664.1With mirror:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 671.  Design includes one or more reflective surfaces for use or viewing.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a dresser with mirror.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a dresser withmirror.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 665]    665Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design for enclosed storage that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a castle-shaped dresser.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a castle-shaped dresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an article storage container.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an article storagecontainer.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 665.1]    665.1Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 665.  Design includes an ornamentation feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of an animal or part of an animal, including animated human, either as applied ornamentation or in general form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate-shaped toy box.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate-shapedtoy box.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate-shaped dresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate-shaped dresser.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 666]    666Tambour closure:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes rolling door or panel(s).

Figure 1. Example of a design for a closed roll-top cabinet.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a closed roll-topcabinet.

Figure 2.    Example of a design for an open roll-top cabinet.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an open roll-topcabinet.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 667]    667Opening top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes at least one door or panel(s) that opens from top.
(1) Note. This subclass excludes mirror.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a clothes chest with opening top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a clothes chestwith opening top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chest with opening top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chest withopening top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 668]    668Curved front or side:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes one or more curved panels at any surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved front enclosure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved frontenclosure.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 668.1]    668.1Plural exterior closures:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 668.  Design includes at least one curved door, panel, or drawer.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved-front dresser.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved-frontdresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved-front chest.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved-frontchest.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a curved-front and curved-edge dresser.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a curved-frontand curved-edge dresser.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 668.2]    668.2Symmetrical about vertical or horizontal axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 668.1.  Design that shows identical halves if divided vertically through the horizontal or vertical center or both.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a symmetrical furniture unit.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a symmetricalfurniture unit.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a symmetrical dresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a symmetricaldresser.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a symmetrical bureau.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a symmetricalbureau.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 669]    669Five or more sides:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes five or more sides in plan.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a corner cabinet with six sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a corner cabinetwith six sides.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 670]    670Inclined front surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes one or more slanted surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a gun cabinet with inclinded front.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a gun cabinetwith inclinded front.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet with inclined front.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet with inclinedfront.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 671]    671Plural exterior closures:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 663.  Design includes enclosed storage and has more than one door, panel, or drawer(s).

Figure 1. Example of a design for an armoire with closures.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an armoire withclosures.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 671.1]    671.1Symmetrical about vertical or horizontal axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 671.  Design that shows identical halves if divided horizontally or vertically.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an entertainment center.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an entertainmentcenter.

Figure 2.    Example of a design for a symmetrical dresser.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a symmetrical dresser.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 671.2]    671.2Inset or superposed distinct components, e.g., hutch, chest-on-chest type, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 671.  Design includes or combines more than one door, panel, or drawer(s), and distinct vertically stacked or stepped section(s).

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300,through 314, for easel or bookrest-type support.

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D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 34.1 through 34.5for bookend.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposed chest of drawers.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposedchest of drawers.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet with inset.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet withinset.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 671.3]    671.3With backsplash or irregular top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 671.2.  Design includes plural doors, panels, or drawers, and distinct superposed portion that has backsplash top or irregular top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a dinner set cabinet with irregular top surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a dinner setcabinet with irregular top surface.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 671.4]    671.4With backsplash or irregular top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 671.  Design includes backsplash top or irregular top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chest of drawers with backsplash top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chest of drawers withbacksplash top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a breakfront armoire with irregular top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a breakfrontarmoire with irregular top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 672]    672Visible storage or merchandise display, e.g., bookcases, racks, cupboards, retail and display fixtures, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for article with open storage area(s) such as a stand, bookcase, rack, cupboard, or jewelry stand that does not have a closed door, drawer, or panel.
(1) Note. This subclass or its indents may include remote control holders.

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515,for dispenser.
552,for rack or holder for sports equipment.
657,through 662.1, for combined visible and enclosed storage, or enclosed storage with transparent panels for viewing, i.e. show case.
663,through 671.4, for enclosed storage furniture.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 20 through 28for carrier for sewing supplies; subclasses 273-302 for tool storage container; and subclasses 277 and 304-314 for basket or open bin that is for personal use.
D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 332 for work or eating surface integrally related to cooking grill; subclasses 600.1-600.4 for spice rack; subclasses 601-641 for food holder or storage receptacle; and subclasses 701-708.1 for glass, bottle holder, or wine rack.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 71 for holder for tools.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   appropriate subclassesfor product containers whose acquisition is incidental to the purchase of the contents.
D12Transportation,   subclass 115 for bicycle rack or holder, and subclasses 425 and 426.1 for vehicle-specific desks and trays.
D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclasses 447 and 451-452 for supports for computer monitors and keyboards that are not pieces of furniture and are used to support the equipment on a furniture surface.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclass 59 for risers, supports, and frames for printers that are not a piece of furniture.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 86 through 92for desk trays or document holders.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclass 10 for banner-type or stretched- or tension-type trade show displays, and subclasses 30-33 for mannequin.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclasses 128 , 224-226, and 227-230 for holder, support, or rack for medical equipment, medications, etc.
D34Material of Article Handling Equipment,   subclasses 1 through 11for trash bins or waste containers.

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible storage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for visible storage.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a visible storage rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a visible storagerack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 673]    673Combined with disparate article or convertible to another use:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that is combined with another article which, if disclosed separately, would be proper subject matter for an indented subclass or another design patent class, or if design converts to another use when in an opened or folded state, either with or without being combined with different article, etc.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 674]    674Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design includes an ornamentation feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a pregnant-shaped stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a pregnant-shaped stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a jewelry display rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a jewelry display rack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 674.1]    674.1Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 674.  Design includes an ornamentation feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of an animal or part of an animal, including animated human, either as applied ornamentation or in general form.

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D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 31 through 33for mannequins.

Figure 1. Example of a design for animate corner wall bookshelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for animate cornerwall bookshelf.

Figure 2. Example of a design for animate jewelry display rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for animate jewelrydisplay rack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675]    675Square or rectangular in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has a four-sided shape and four substantially right angles.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rectangular speaker stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rectangularspeaker stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a swivel square storage unit.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a swivel squarestorage unit.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675.1]    675.1Superposed repeating surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 675.  Design that has at least two shelves, i.e., one shelf directly above and equal to the perimeter or within the perimeter of another, similar shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposed bin rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposedbin rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a superposed shelving unit.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a superposedshelving unit.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675.2]    675.2Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 675.1.  Design that has tubular or wire supports.

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657,through 622.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposed wire stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposedwire stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a collapsible superposed wire-shelved unit.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a collapsiblesuperposed wire-shelved unit.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675.3]    675.3Stepped surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 675.  Design that has plural horizontal stepped surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a stepped array.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a stepped array.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675.4]    675.4Inclined surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 675.  Design that has slanted surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display with inclined surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display with inclinedsurfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a pallet with inclined surfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a pallet withinclined surfaces.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 675.5]    675.5Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 675.  Design that has tubular or wire supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a one-shelf wire rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a one-shelfwire rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire shoe rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire shoerack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676]    676Triangular in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has a three-sided shape in plan.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a triangular display stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a triangulardisplay stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676.1]    676.1Superposed or repeating surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 676.  Design that has a superposed or repeating surfaces, i.e., shelf on top of shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposed display stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposeddisplay stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676.2]    676.2Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 676.1.  Design that has tubular, wire, or constant-thickness shelf.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire corner stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire cornerstand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676.3]    676.3Stepped surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 676.  Design that has horizontal stepped surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped display stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped display stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676.4]    676.4Inclined surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 676.  Design that has slanted surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display stand with inclined surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display standwith inclined surfaces.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 676.5]    676.5Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 676.  Design that has wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677]    677Circular or oval in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has a round or elliptical shape.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a circular telephone stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a circular telephone stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an oval display holder for a shoe.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an oval displayholder for a shoe.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677.1]    677.1Superposed or repeating surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 677.  Design that has a superposed or repeating surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposed display stand for greeting card or the like.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a superposeddisplay stand for greeting card or the like.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677.2]    677.2Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 677.1.  Design that has tubular, wire constant-thickness shelf.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire display stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire displaystand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire display rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire displayrack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677.3]    677.3Stepped surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 677.  Design that has plural horizontal stepped surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped shelving unit.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stepped shelving unit.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677.4]    677.4Inclined surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 677.  Design that has slanted surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display stand with inclined surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display standwith inclined surfaces.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 677.5]    677.5Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 677.  Design that has tubular or wire supports.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire display rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire displayrack.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 678]    678Five or more sides or free form in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has five-or-more-sided shape or irregular shape in plan.

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Figure 1. Example of a design for a five-sideddisplay stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a freeform display stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a freeform display stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 678.1]    678.1Superposed or repeating surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 678.  Design that has superposed or repeating surfaces.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 678.2]    678.2Stepped surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 678.  Design that has plural horizontal stepped surfaces.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 678.3]    678.3Inclined surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 678.  Design that has plural horizontal slanted surfaces.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 678.4]    678.4Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 678.  Design that has tubular, wire, or constant-thickness shelf.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire magazine rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire magazinerack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire rack assembly.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire rackassembly.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 679]    679Plural swinging panels, or provision therefor:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design includes more than one article support in a form of a panel in which the article support is mounted for rotatable or for pivotal movement about a vertical or horizontal axis.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a swinging panels display stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a swinging panelsdisplay stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a swinging panels display.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a swinging panelsdisplay.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a swinging panels display stand.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a swinging panelsdisplay stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 680]    680Three or more repeats or uniform structure about vertical axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design with three or more sides having the same appearance.

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685,through 697.2, for table or singular planar surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a three-repeat container.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a three-repeatcontainer.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a uniform pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a uniform pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 680.1]    680.1Horizontal axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 680.  Design is mounted for rotatable or for pivotal movement about a horizontal axis.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a pivotable tool case.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a pivotabletool case.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a point-of-sale merchandise stand having rotating display.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a point-of-salemerchandise stand having rotating display.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 680.2]    680.2Including retainer for specific article, e.g., notch, aperture, or holder, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 680.  Design with indentations, openings, clips, or tabs to hold articles.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display rack with notch.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display rackwith notch.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a display stand with clips.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a display standwith clips.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a jewelry display stand with apertures.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a jewelry display standwith apertures.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 680.3]    680.3Wire, tubular, or uniform cross-section support surfaces:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 680.  Design that has tubular or wire supports.

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657,through 662.1, for wire shelf in showcase-type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire newspaper rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire newspaper rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire display stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire displaystand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 681]    681With vertical frame or support, uniform in cross-section, including wire, tubular, or rectangular:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has an upright stand, constant thickness, and slender rod, cylindrical, or a four-sided, four-right-angels shape.

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663,through 671.4, for enclosed cabinet.
681.2,for support wherein article of apparel is supported upon a shelf, bracket, etc.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular pole stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular polestand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 681.1]    681.1Straight or bent rod:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 681.  Vertical frame design including a horizontal bar, horizontal post, or hook-like bar or post.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a straight-rod sales stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a straight-rodsales stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wheeled support for a straight rod on a vertical frame.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wheeled supportfor a straight rod on a vertical frame.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 681.2]    681.2With shelf or storage area:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 681.1.  Design includes shelf or storage area.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display stand with shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a display standwith shelf.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a clothes rack with shelf.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a clothes rackwith shelf.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 681.3]    681.3Repeats or uniform structure about axis:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 681.1.  Design includes shelf or storage area.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a vertical stand with repeats.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a vertical standwith repeats.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a sewing tree with repeats.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a sewing treewith repeats.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682]    682Including retainer for specific article, e.g., musical instrument, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has specific location(s) for holding specific article(s) e.g., guitar, horn, etc.

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683,through 683.1, for shelf or bin.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a ball rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a ball rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a musical instrument stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a musical instrument stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.1]    682.1Aperture or opening:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.  Design with a single opening.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stand with aperture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stand withaperture.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an egg display stand with opening.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an egg displaystand with opening.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.2]    682.2Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.1.  Design with more than one opening.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an eyeglass display with apertures.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an eyeglassdisplay with apertures.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bead storage cabinet with apertures.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bead storagecabinet with apertures.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.3]    682.3Notch or clip:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.  Design with indentation or clip to hold a single article.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a holder with clip display.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a holder withclip display.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.4]    682.4Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.3.  Design with plural indentations or clips to hold more than one article.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a holding rack with indentations.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a holding rackwith indentations.

Figure 2.    Example of a design for a display rack with clips.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a displayrack with clips.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.5]    682.5Straight or bent rod:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.  Design with a post, bar, or hook-like post or bar.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a decorator display stand with bent rod.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a decoratordisplay stand with bent rod.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 682.6]    682.6Plural:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 682.5.  Design with plural hooks or posts to hold more than one article.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rack with bent rods.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rack withbent rods.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a guitar stand with straight rods.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a guitar standwith straight rods.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 683]    683Bin-type, accessible from the top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design that has a single bin accessible from the top or a single rack or stand or holder that has upwardly oriented barriers.

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D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 90 and 91 for vertically oriented paper or document holders that are placed on a desk or shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a magazine rack.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a magazine rack.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bedding display stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bedding display stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 683.1]    683.1Plural bins or cells:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 683.  Design that has multiple bins or cells.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a file storage device with cells.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a file storagedevice with cells.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bookcase with cells.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bookcase withcells.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 684]    684Workbench-type, i.e., with tool or work holder:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 672.  Design for a workbench-type work surface.

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D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 71 for holder for tools.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 140 through 143for saw table or work holders for use with machinery or tools.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a work bench.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a work bench.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a work bench.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a work bench.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 685]    685Table for seated user, e.g., patio, dining, cocktail, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for a patio, dining, cocktail, or end table that are not intended for use in an office or as a computer support.

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641,through 656.17, for computer or office workstations or tables that are intended for use in an office or as a computer support.
657,through 662.1, for combined visible and enclosed storage.
663,through 671.4, for enclosed storage furniture.
694,through 694.2, for console table (asymmetrical on one side).

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D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 332 for work or eating surface integrally related to cooking grill.
D12Transportation,   subclasses 425 through 426.1for vehicle-specific desks and trays.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for drawing board or writing surface or artists’-type easel.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclass 522 for toy table, desk, or workbench, and subclasses 783 through 784 for playing surface or support used in billiards or pool.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 686]    686Combined with disparate article, convertible to another use, expandable with leaves, or collapsible:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design that combined with another article, if disclosed separately, would be proper subject matter for an indented subclass or another design patent class.

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335,through 343, for combined seating units and tables.
679,for pivoted display panels.

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D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 66 through 78for sewing machine combined with table or storage wherein the sewing machine is shown in either solid or broken lines.
D26Lighting,   subclass 58 for lamp combined with table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail table with expandable leaves.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail tablewith expandable leaves.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a convertible dining and game table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a convertibledining and game table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 687]    687Sets, e.g., nested, stacked, superposed surfaces, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design includes a set of tables wherein more than one table is shown, i.e. nested, stacked, or other arrangement of more than one table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a set of inter-fitting    tables.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a set of inter-fittingtables.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a nesting table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a nesting table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688]    688Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a flower table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a flower table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a simulative table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a simulativetable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.1]    688.1Sports motif:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.  Design for a table that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of objects that are sports related.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a baseball motif table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a baseball motiftable.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a basketball motif table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a basketballmotif table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.11]    688.11With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.  Design for a table that includes ornamental feature or features that are scroll-like or simulate the ornamental appearance of foliage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with scroll.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withscroll.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table with scroll.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table withscroll.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.12]    688.12Ornamentation on top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that is provided with scroll-like or floral ornamentation on its top surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with ornamental top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withornamental top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.13]    688.13Ornamentation is visible beneath a transparent top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.12.  Design for a table that is provided with scroll-like or floral ornamentation that is visible beneath a transparent top surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with ornamentation under clear top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withornamentation under clear top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.14]    688.14Dual supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and has two pedestal supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with dual supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withdual supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.15]    688.15Tubular or wire supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes supports that are tubular or wire.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.16]    688.16With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.15.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes supports that are tubular or wire and a transparent top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.17]    688.17With claw or paw foot:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes support legs that have either a claw or paw foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail table with paw foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail tablewith paw foot.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.18]    688.18With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.17.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation, includes support legs that have either a claw or paw foot, and that has a transparent top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.19]    688.19With scrolled foot:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes support legs that have scrolled or upwardly curved feet.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.2]    688.2With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.19.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation, includes support legs that have scrolled or upwardly curved feet, and is provided with a transparent top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled foot and transparent top table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled footand transparent top table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled foot and transparent top table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled footand transparent top table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.21]    688.21With curved legs:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes support legs that are curved.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.22]    688.22With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.21.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation, includes support legs that are curved, and is provided with a transparent top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved legs and transparent top table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved legsand transparent top table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.23]    688.23With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.11.  Design for a table that has scroll-like or floral ornamentation and includes a transparent top.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.24]    688.24Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.  Design for a table that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of an animal or part of an animal, either as applied ornamentation or in general form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.25]    688.25Humanoid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.24.  Design for a table that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of an animated human or part of a human, either as applied ornamentation or in general form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with human-shaped supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withhuman-shaped supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a decorative table with human-like legs.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a decorativetable with human-like legs.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.26]    688.26Base foot or post portion:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.24.  Design of the mobile object includes an animate feature that is the floor-contacting portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with animate supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withanimate supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a child’s play table with ornamental feet.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a child’splay table with ornamental feet.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 688.27]    688.27Base foot or post portion:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 688.  Design for a table wherein only the floor-contacting portion is the ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a motorcycle table with ornamental feet.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a motorcycletable with ornamental feet.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a coffee table with ornamental feet.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a coffee tablewith ornamental feet.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 689]    689Wicker or cane-like:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table characterized by wicker or cane-like material.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cane table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cane table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wicker table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wicker table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 690]    690Uniform thickness:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table characterized by one material that has a uniform thickness throughout.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with uniform thickness.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withuniform thickness.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table with uniform thickness.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table withuniform thickness.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691]    691Rectangular or square in top plan (includes angled, protruding, and rounded corners):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table wherein the top surface has a four-sided shape and four right angles.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.1]    691.1Segmented, slatted, or patterned top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan that includes a segmented or slatted top, i.e., broken into sections.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a segmented cocktail table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a segmentedcocktail table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a patterned table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a patternedtable.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a segmented table.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a segmentedtable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.2]    691.2Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.1.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan that includes a segmented or slatted top that is transparent.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.3]    691.3With curved edge or side:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with a rectangular or square top in plan that has curved edges or sides that protrude from the general rectangular or square shape.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with curved sides and edges.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withcurved sides and edges.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.4]    691.4Unitary single pedestal base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan wherein the support is a single unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a unitary pedestal table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a unitary pedestal table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a coffee table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a coffee tablewith unitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.5]    691.5Dual pedestal supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan wherein the supports are two pedestals.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.6]    691.6Tubular or wire support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan wherein the supports are wire or tubular.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with wire support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withwire support.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.7]    691.7Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.6.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan wherein the supports are wire or tubular and the top is transparent.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparent top table with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparenttop table with tubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table with wire supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table withwire supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.8]    691.8Support at or beyond top edge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan wherein the supports are located at or beyond the outside edge of the table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail table with support beyond the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cocktail tablewith support beyond the edge.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an elongated table with supports beyond the edge.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an elongatedtable with supports beyond the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 691.9]    691.9With single shelf or drawer:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 691.  Design for a table with rectangular or square top in plan that has a single shelf or drawer beneath the top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end table with supports at the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end tablewith supports at the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692]    692Circular or oval in top plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table wherein the top surface is circular, elliptical, or oval in plan.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with oval top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withoval top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.1]    692.1Segmented, slatted, or patterned top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.  Design includes a sectored or thin narrow flat strip portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.2]    692.2Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.1.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.3]    692.3Unitary pedestal base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.  Design includes a one-piece support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withunitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table withunitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.4]    692.4Tubular or wire support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.  Design includes a hollow elongated cylinder or slender rod substructure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a round folding table with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a round foldingtable with tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.5]    692.5Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.1.  Design includes a see-through portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparent top table with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparenttop table with tubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a transparent top table with supports beyond the edge.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a transparenttop table with supports beyond the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 692.6]    692.6Support at or beyond top edge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 692.  Design includes all or a portion of the substructure outside the periphery.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 693]    693Triangular in top plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table wherein the top has a three-sided shape.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a triangular top table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a triangulartop table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 693.1]    693.1Tubular support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 693.  Design includes a hollow elongated cylinder.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparent top table with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a transparenttop table with tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 693.2]    693.2Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 693.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 693.3]    693.3Support at or beyond top edge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 693.  Design includes all or a portion of the substructure outside the periphery.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a three-sided table with supports at the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a three-sidedtable with supports at the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 694]    694Console type or asymmetrical on one-side- type table:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table wherein the top surface lacks proportion including a curved side and one straight edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a console table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a console table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a console.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a console.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 694.1]    694.1Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 694.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 694.2]    694.2Segmented or slatted top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 694.  Design includes a sectored or thin, narrow flat- strip portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695]    695Five or more sides in top plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design includes at least five facets.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a six-sided table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a six-sidedtable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.1]    695.1Segmented, slatted, or patterned top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes a sectored or thin, narrow flat- strip portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with patterned top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withpatterned top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.2]    695.2Unitary pedestal base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes a one-piece support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withunitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table withunitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.3]    695.3Dual supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes two-piece substructure.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.4]    695.4Tubular or wire support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes a hollow, elongated cylinder or slender rod substructure.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.5]    695.5Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.4.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.6]    695.6Support at or beyond top edge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes all or a portion of the substructure outside the periphery.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a seven-sided table with supports beyond the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a seven-sidedtable with supports beyond the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.7]    695.7Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.6.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 695.8]    695.8Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 695.  Design includes a see-through portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a six-sided table with transparent top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a six-sidedtable with transparent top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696]    696Freeform with curved edges in top plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design includes an irregular or asymmetrical shape and arced sides.
(1) Note. Examples of this type of design are cloverleaf, teardrop, and pear shape.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform meeting table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform meeting table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved-edge table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved-edgetable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.1]    696.1Unitary pedestal base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.  Design includes a one-piece substructure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withunitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an end table with unitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an end tablewith unitary pedestal.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.2]    696.2Dual supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.  Design includes two substructures.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.3]    696.3Tubular or wire supports:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.  Design includes a hollow, elongated cylinder or slender rod substructure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with tubular supports.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withtubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a kidney-shaped table with tubular supports.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a kidney-shapedtable with tubular supports.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.4]    696.4Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.3.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.5]    696.5Support at or beyond top edge:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.  Design includes all or a portion of the substructure outside the periphery.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table with supports beyond the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table withsupports beyond the edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.6]    696.6Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.5.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 696.7]    696.7Transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 696.  Design includes a see-through portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform transparent top table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform transparent toptable.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a freeform transparent top table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a freeform transparent toptable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 697]    697Irregular shape in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 685.  Design for a table wherein the top surface is an irregular or freeform shape.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 697.1]    697.1With tubular or wire support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 697.  Design includes a hollow, elongated cylinder or slender rod substructure.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 697.2]    697.2With transparent top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 697.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 698]    698Work surface primarily for standing user:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for a work surface that is used primarily by a standing user, i.e., checkout counter.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a checkout counter unit for standing user.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a checkout counter unitfor standing user.

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D14Recording, Communication,   or Information Retrieval Equipment, subclass 307 for kiosk with monitor.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclass 10 for kiosk that contains edible article.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699]    699Service counter, checkout counter, or bar:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 698.  Design for a work surface that is used as a walk-up counter or bar.

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657,or 663 through 671.4, for subject matter wherein a storage area is disclosed.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bar.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bar.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699.1]    699.1For beverage serving:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 699.  Design for a counter or bar that is used to serve beverages.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portable beverage preparation cabinet.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portable beverage preparationcabinet.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699.2]    699.2With food storage, e.g., salad bar, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 699.  Design for a counter or bar with provision for serving food.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699.3]    699.3With canopy or sneeze guard:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 699.  Design includes a frame having an open sided roof-like structure or transparent panel for hygiene.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bar for food with sneeze guard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bar for foodwith sneeze guard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a food service counter with sneeze guard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a food servicecounter with sneeze guard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699.4]    699.4Attachments:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 699.  Design for elements or parts of a service counter or bar.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 699.5]    699.5Sneeze guard:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 699.4.  Design for a sneeze guard or transparent panel used for hygiene.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a food display shield.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a food displayshield.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a sneeze guard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a sneeze guard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 700]    700Lectern, podium, or reading stand:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 698.  Design for a furniture-type stand that is used for reading or speaking by a standing user.

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300,through 314, for easel or bookrest-type support.

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D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 34.1 through 34.5for bookend; subclass 52 for drawing board, writing surface or artists’-type easel; and subclass 91 for book holder or stand for use on a desktop.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 25 for altar.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a collapsible lectern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a collapsiblelectern.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a podium.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a podium.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 701]    701Music stand:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 698.  Design for floor-standing article that holds sheet music.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a music stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a music stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a music stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a music stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 702]    702Element:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 329.  Design for a separable element of a piece of furniture or a portion of the whole furniture, attachments not included.
(1) Note. The subject matter in this subclass and its indented subclasses must show an element or part of a specific article of furniture.
(2) Note. Element or attachments for this subject matter could be included as part of a disclosure that is directed to a complete article. Accordingly, a proper search for an element or attachment should include a search for the complete article.
(3) Note. This subclass includes sunshades and canopies that attach to or are a part of furniture. Sunshades that can be attached to a variety of articles are note included.

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610,through 625, for furniture or appliance cover or protector.
611,for seat cover or liner.
699.4,for food or beverage service counters and salad bar parts.
699.5,for sneeze guards for food or beverage service counters and salad bars.
718.2,for canopy for baby car seat.
718.29,for bed canopy.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 5 through 17for portable sunshade attachable to various articles, and subclasses 277 and 304-314 for basket or open bin that is not part of furniture.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 72 through 74for clamps; subclasses 300-322 for handle, knob, pull or hinge; and subclasses 349-399 for glide, caster, corner protector, connector, bracket, hook, clip, and support.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclass 414 for bins that are used in packaging.
D14Recording, Communication, or Informational Retrieval Equipment,   subclasses 447 and 451-452 for computers stands and monitor and peripheral supports that are not furniture, but used to support the computer equipment.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclass 59 for riser or support frame of a printer that is not a piece of furniture.
D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclass 52 for drawing board or writing surface, and subclasses 86-92 for desk trays or document holders.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclasses 102 through 164for stock material; subclasses 119-125 or 136-137 for molding or extruded shape; and subclass 138 for slat wall or display wall panels.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703]    703Door or panel:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a door or panel for furniture.

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718.13,for bed headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet door.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet door.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a door.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a door.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.1]    703.1Curved:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.  Design includes an arced portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.2]    703.2With distinct panels:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.  Design for a door or panel that includes repeating panels within its surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined cabinet    door, drawer, and frame panel with distinct sections.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined cabinetdoor, drawer, and frame panel with distinct sections.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a door front with distinct sections.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a door frontwith distinct sections.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.3]    703.3With repeating pattern (includes zigzag or wicker):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.  Design includes a duplicating design portion.
(1) Note. This subclass has saw tooth and wood mesh designs.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a panel with repeating pattern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a panel withrepeating pattern.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.4]    703.4With repeating circular apertures, i.e., peg board:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.3.  Design for a door or panel that includes small circular apertures repeating over the surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a peg board.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a peg board.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a peg board for a shop    desk having a hutch.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a peg boardfor a shop desk having a hutch.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.5]    703.5Open vents or slats:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.3.  Design for a louvered flat piece of construction material made to form part of a surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet door with vents.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a cabinet doorwith vents.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.6]    703.6Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.  Design for a door or panel that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.7]    703.7Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.6.  Design includes a feature of a mobile object.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate object furniture panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate objectfurniture panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 703.8]    703.8With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 703.6.  Design includes spiral or convoluted or flower or flower-like representation.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 704]    704Tray type with sliding pull-out, e.g., keyboard tray, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for furniture tray used as a pullout for a keyboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a compartmented keyboard drawer.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a compartmentedkeyboard drawer.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705]    705Drawer or shelf:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a drawer, shelf, or bin that is a part of a piece of furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a under-shelf drawer.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a under-shelfdrawer.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet drawer.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet drawer.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a shelf.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a shelf.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.1]    705.1With curved front or side:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design includes an arced facade.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.2]    705.2With distinct panels:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design includes well defined insets.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.3]    705.3With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design includes spiral or convoluted or flower or flower-like representation.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.4]    705.4Side panel:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design for a side panel of a drawer or bin for furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a side wall of a drawer.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a side wallof a drawer.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.5]    705.5Front face:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design for a front face of a drawer or bin for furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a drawer front face.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a drawer frontface.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniture drawer front face.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furnituredrawer front face.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.6]    705.6Tubular or wire:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design for a drawer or shelf that is formed of tubular or wire elements.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire merchandising shelf with a raised mat.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a wire merchandising shelfwith a raised mat.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire lattice shelf.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire latticeshelf.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 705.7]    705.7With open slats or grooves:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 705.  Design for a drawer or shelf that is provided with open slats or grooves.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a shelf with slats.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a shelf withslats.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 706]    706Divider or spacer for shelf or drawer:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a divider or spacer insert for a shelf or drawer for furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a shelf divide.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a shelf divide.

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D19Office Supplies; Artists and Teachers Materials,   subclasses 86 through 92for desk trays or desktop organizer.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707]    707Top surface:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a top surface for furniture.

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679,for table with extending or drop leaf.
683,or 685, for bin or table having plural parallel support surfaces.
704,for accessory work surface such as tray for chair, or top, per se.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desktop cluster.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desktop cluster.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.1]    707.1Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design for a top surface for furniture that includes an ornamental feature or features that simulate the ornamental appearance of another object either as applied ornamentation or in form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.11]    707.11Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.1.  Design includes a feature of a mobile object.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.12]    707.12Humanoid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.11.  Design includes features of a Homo sapiens or robot.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.13]    707.13Sports motif:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.1.  Design includes a pattern resembling game equipment or recreational activity.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a football helmet table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a football helmettable top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a basketball court  desk top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a basketballcourt desk top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.14]    707.14With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.1.  Design includes spiral, convoluted, flower, or flower-like representation.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.15]    707.15Multiple surfaces with one on top of the other:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design for a top wherein more than one surface is imposed on top of the other.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk top with superposed surfaces.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk top withsuperposed surfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniture top with superposed surfaces.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furnituretop with superposed surfaces.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.16]    707.16High chair tray type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes an open receptacle with a flat bottom and low rim for infant feeding-type furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a high chair tray.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a high chairtray.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.17]    707.17Understructure:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design for the bottom, understructure, or part of the understructure of the top of a piece of furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top understructure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table topunderstructure.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a portion of a table top understructure.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a portion ofa table top understructure.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.18]    707.18Segmented or slatted:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes a sectored or thin, narrow flat strip portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a segmented table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a segmentedtable top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a slatted table top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a slatted tabletop.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.19]    707.19Rectangular or square in plan (includes rounded or angled corners):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes the top surface having four 90° corners and parallel, paired-length sides or equal-length sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rectangular work table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a rectangularwork table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.2]    707.2Round or oval in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes a circular or elliptical portion.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.21]    707.21Triangular in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes a portion having three sides.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.22]    707.22Freeform or irregular in plan:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes an irregular or asymmetrical shape or design.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a freeform tabletop.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an irregular desk top.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an irregulardesk top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.23]    707.23Transparent:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design includes a see-through portion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.24]    707.24Edge or rim of top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.  Design for the edge or rim portion of a furniture top surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portion of an edge countertop.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portion ofan edge countertop.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.25]    707.25With repeating ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.24.  Design includes duplication of a feature.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 707.26]    707.26Corner:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 707.24.  Design for the corner portion of a top surface for furniture that includes both part of the top and part of the edge.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an edge of a blow-molded plastic table top corner.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an edge of ablow-molded plastic table top corner.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniture corner and    configuration.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniturecorner and configuration.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708]    708Base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a base for furniture.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

709,through 709.22, for leg for furniture.

SEE OR SEARCH CLASS:

D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 374 through 375for hardware-type item, such as leg end cap, ferrule, caster, etc.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furniture table base.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furnituretable base.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a piling beam table.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a piling beamtable.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.1]    708.1Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.11]    708.11Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.1.  Design includes features of mobile objects.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate table stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate table stand.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate table top support.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate tabletop support.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.12]    708.12Humanoid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.11.  Design includes a replica of a Homo sapiens or robot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a human-shaped pedestal base for a table.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a human-shapedpedestal base for a table.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.13]    708.13Sports motif:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.1.  Design includes a pattern resembling game equipment or recreational activity.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table top with football goal post support structure.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a table topwith football goal post support structure.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.14]    708.14With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.1.  Design includes an ornamental spiral or convoluted form or flower or flower-like pattern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a floral pedestal for a    table top.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a floral pedestalfor a table top.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.15]    708.15Wicker or cane-like:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.  Design includes a small pliant twig, branch, or slender woody stem.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.16]    708.16Tubular:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.  Design includes a hollow, elongated cylinder.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk with tubular support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desk withtubular support.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a tubular table base.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a tubular tablebase.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.17]    708.17Unitary pedestal support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.  Design for a base with a unitary pedestal support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a unitary pedestal.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a unitary pedestal.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a unitary table base.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a unitary tablebase.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.18]    708.18For pedicure spa chair:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.17.  Design for a base used in the treatment of a human foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a base for a spa chair.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a base for aspa chair.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

336,for pedicure chair or pedicure spa with chair.

SEE OR SEARCH CLASS:

D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclasses 201 through 205and subclass 213 for pedicure spas that do not include chair.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.19]    708.19For seat used only by infant:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.17.  Design for a part or portion of a child seat.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a detachable base for a baby’s rocker.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a detachablebase for a baby’s rocker.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.2]    708.2With circular or oval base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.17.  Design includes the floor contacting support having a round or elliptical shape.

Figure 1.    Example of a design for an oval display base.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an oval displaybase.

Figure 2.    Example of a design for a circular table base.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a circulartable base.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.21]    708.21With rectangular or square base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.17.  Design of the pedestal includes a piece having four 90° corners and parallel paired length sides or equal length sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a square base for a stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a square basefor a stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.22]    708.22With support feet:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.17.  Design of the pedestal includes protrusions contacting the floor.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.23]    708.23Radiating spokes, e.g., spider-like, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.  Design for a furniture base that has spoke-like extensions that radiate from the center.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a radiating-spoke chair base.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a radiating-spoke chairbase.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table base with radiating spokes.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table basewith radiating spokes.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.24]    708.24With wheels:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.23.  Design includes a caster or roller.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair base having radiating spokes with wheels.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair basehaving radiating spokes with wheels.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 708.25]    708.25Collar or support around base:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 708.23.  Design for a furniture base with radiating spokes that has a collar or ring around the base where the legs connect.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair base collar.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair basecollar.

Figure 2.    Example of a design for a table base collar.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a table basecollar.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709]    709Leg:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a leg for furniture.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

708,for base for furniture.

SEE OR SEARCH CLASS:

D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 375 for caster.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furniture leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furnitureleg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a leg for a chair.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a leg for achair.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.1]    709.1Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a simulative furniture leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a simulativefurniture leg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.11]    709.11With claw foot, e.g., bird foot, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.1.  Design includes a taloned, standing avian leg end.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a ball and claw foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a ball and clawfoot.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.12]    709.12With hairy paw foot, e.g., lion paw, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.1.  Design includes a fur covered, clawed, vertebrate leg end.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hairy paw foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hairy pawfoot.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.13]    709.13Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.1.  Design includes features of mobile objects.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate table leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate tableleg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate furniture leg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an animate furniture leg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.14]    709.14Humanoid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.13.  Design includes features of Homo sapiens or robots.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portion of a human body part shaped table leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a portion ofa human body part shaped table leg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.15]    709.15With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.1.  Design includes an ornamental spiral or convoluted form, flower, or flower-like pattern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture leg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a floral table leg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a floral tableleg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.16]    709.16Cabriole-style leg:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design includes a curved support ending in an ornamental foot.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.17]    709.17Spade-style foot:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design for a furniture leg that has a spade- shaped foot.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.18]    709.18With turning, e.g., ring, twist, spool, or sausage turning, etc.:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design for a furniture leg that has circular turnings, rings, or twists protruding along its length.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.19]    709.19Wicker or cane-like:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design includes a small pliant twig, branch, or slender woody stem.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.2]    709.2Tubular or wire:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design includes a slender rod or hollow, elongated cylinder.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular leg for a desk.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular legfor a desk.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a tubular table leg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a tubular tableleg.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.21]    709.21Straight:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.2.  Design includes a linear support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a straight table leg.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a straight tableleg.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a straight support for an article of furniture.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a straight supportfor an article of furniture.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 709.22]    709.22Curved runner contacts floor:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 709.  Design includes an arced member touching the furniture supporting surface.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 710]    710Foot or tip of leg:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a foot or tip of leg for furniture.

SEE OR SEARCH CLASS:

D8Tools and Hardware,   appropriate subclassesfor glide, caster, or bumper.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a foot.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a foot.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniture foot of a portable seat.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a furniturefoot of a portable seat.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 711]    711Stretcher or support between legs:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a stretcher or support between the legs for furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a support between legs.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a support between legs.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 711.1]    711.1Curved:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 711.  Design for a stretcher or support between the legs for furniture that is curved in shape.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved support between legs.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a curved support betweenlegs.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved endplate.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a curved endplate.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 712]    712Vertical column or support post:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a vertical column or post for furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstation column.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a workstationcolumn.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet post.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a cabinet post.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 713]    713Modesty panel:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a modesty panel for furniture, i.e., panel immediately beneath a table or other desk top that hides a person’s legs for modesty purposes.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a modesty panel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a modesty panel.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 714]    714Privacy panel or screen for work surface top:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a vertical privacy screen or panel portion of a piece of furniture.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desktop screen.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a desktop screen.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a privacy screen.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a privacy screen.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 715]    715Used with a baby car seat, chair, or swing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for parts attached to infant carriers in a vehicle, infant back and bottom support, or suspended infant support that moves in an oscillating motion.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 715.1]    715.1Including a handle attached to baby car seat:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 715.  Design includes a portion for grasping by a hand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a handle for an infant car seat.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a handle foran infant car seat.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 715.2]    715.2Canopy for baby car seat, chair, or swing:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 715.  Design includes an open-sided, roof-like structure having a flaccid roof element that is at least partially supported by furniture for an infant.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a baby sun visor.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a baby sun visor.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716]    716Seating unit:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for the body support part of a whole seating-type body support, including a portable backrest or footrest.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

334,through 381, for freestanding complete or whole chair or seat.
595,through 625, for loose pillow or cushion that is not an integral part of a chair or seat.
673,for attachable work surface accessory.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a task chair.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a task chair.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair frame.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair frame.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.1]    716.1Seat:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design for a seat portion of a seating unit.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stool seat.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a stool seat.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair seat.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair seat.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.2]    716.2Armrest:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design includes a support for a human upper torso limb.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair arm.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair arm.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair armrest.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair armrest.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.3]    716.3Including open area by seat:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.2.  Design includes a space between arm-support members near the body supporting piece.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair arm with an open area.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair armwith an open area.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an armrest with an open area.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an armrest withan open area.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.4]    716.4Backrest (includes portable):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design for a backrest portion of a seating unit, including portable backrest.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

334,through 381, for disclosure including both seat and backrest, which is considered to be seating unit.
349,through 353, for freestanding footrest.
611,for seat cover.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair backrest.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair backrest.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair backrest.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a chair backrest.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.5]    716.5Headrest (includes portable):
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design for a headrest portion of a seating unit, including portable headrest.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

601,for loose pillow, including armrest or headrest.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.6]    716.6Including footrest:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design for a footrest portion of a seating unit.

SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:

349,through 353, for portable, freestanding footrest.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair foot ring.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a chair footring.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.7]    716.7Including device for adjustment of office chair, massage chair, vehicle seat, or other adjustable seating unit:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design that includes a mechanism, such as knob, control, swivel, etc., for changing position of a human back and bottom.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a seat adjustment mechanism.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a seat adjustment mechanism.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 716.8]    716.8Canopy or sunshade for seat:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 716.  Design includes an open-sided, roof- like structure having a flaccid roof element that is at least partially supported by a frame for a body support.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 717]    717End standard or end panel support, i.e., furniture legs and armrest combination:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a one-piece floor supporting member and a support for human upper torso appendage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end frame for a bench.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end framefor a bench.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an end frame for a futon.

Figure 2. Example of a design for an end framefor a futon.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 717.1]    717.1Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 717.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a car seat end standard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a car seat endstandard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 717.2]    717.2Interlaced or lashed component, wicker, rattan, or bamboo:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 717.  Design includes a mesh-like portion made of a particular wood.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end frame for a futon.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an end framefor a futon.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a seat arm.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a seat arm.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718]    718Bed or body support details:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for parts or elements of a device intended to receive the human body in a prone, supine, or sitting position for the purpose of repose.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed support.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed support.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.1]    718.1Hammock:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.  Design for elements or parts of a whole hammock, i.e., hammock body, spreader, or frame.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hammock liner.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hammock liner.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed for a hammock.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed for ahammock.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.11]    718.11Frame or support:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.1.  Design for the frame or support for a hammock.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.12]    718.12Tubular:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.11.  Design includes hollow, elongated cylinder.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hammock stand.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a hammock stand.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.13]    718.13Headboard or footboard:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.  Design includes end portions of furniture for sleeping or relaxing.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a footboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a footboard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed board.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed board.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.14]    718.14Combined with storage:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design for a headboard or footboard that is combined with a storage unit or shelf.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined bed and    nightstands.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a combined bedand nightstands.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboard unit.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboardunit.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.15]    718.15Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.16]    718.16Animate:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.15.  Design includes features of mobile objects.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate bed headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for an animate bedheadboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.17]    718.17Humanoid:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.16.  Design includes features of Homo sapiens or robots.
  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.18]    718.18Sports motif:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.15.  Design includes a pattern resembling game equipment or recreational activity.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a football-shaped bed headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a football-shapedbed headboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.19]    718.19With scroll-like or floral ornamentation:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.15.  Design for a headboard or footboard that includes an ornamental feature or features that are scroll-like or simulate the appearance of foliage.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled headboard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled bed headboard.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled bedheadboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.2]    718.2With distinct repeating panels:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.19.  Design for a headboard or footboard that includes ornamental feature or features that are scroll-like or simulate the ornamental appearance of foliage and includes duplicating inlays within its surface.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a footboard with repeating panels.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a footboardwith repeating panels.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboard with repeating panels.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboardwith repeating panels.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.21]    718.21With repeating vertical slats or spindles:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design includes duplicate upright thin, narrow flat strip or ornate dowel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed headboard with spindles.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed headboardwith spindles.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.22]    718.22With distinct rectangular or square panels:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design for a headboard or footboard that includes duplicate inlays of a shape having four right angles and four sides.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed headboard with rectangular panels.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bed headboardwith rectangular panels.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboard with rectangular panels.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed headboardwith rectangular panels.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.23]    718.23Padded or tufted:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design for a headboard or footboard wherein the surface is padded with cushions or tufted, i.e., soft.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tufted headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tufted headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a padded headboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a padded headboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.24]    718.24Sleigh type:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design for a headboard or footboard that is curved backward and provided with thick side edges, i.e., sleigh type.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a sleigh-type headboard or footboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a sleigh-typeheadboard or footboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.25]    718.25Wire or tubular:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design includes a slender rod or hollow, elongated cylinder.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular headboard for beds.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a tubular headboard forbeds.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire bed or footboard for metallic bedsteads.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a wire bed orfootboard for metallic bedsteads.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.26]    718.26For crib, cradle, or play yard:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.13.  Design for a headboard or footboard or part of a crib, cradle, or play yard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a crib footboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a crib footboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.27]    718.27Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.26.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a simulative crib footboard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a simulativecrib footboard.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.28]    718.28With repeating vertical slats or spindles:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.26.  Design includes duplicate upright thin, narrow flat strip or ornate dowel.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a crib endboard with slats.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a crib endboardwith slats.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a crib endboard with spindles.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a crib endboardwith spindles.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.29]    718.29Canopy:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.  Design for a canopy for a bed, crib, cradle, or play yard.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furniture canopy.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a furniturecanopy.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a canopy for a crib.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a canopy fora crib.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.3]    718.3Safety rail or accommodation for a hand:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.  Design for a device to minimize falling out of bed or handle for a human palm, fingers, and thumb.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a side rail for a bed.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a side railfor a bed.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a guard rail for a bed.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a guard railfor a bed.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 718.31]    718.31Spring:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 718.  Design for a spring portion of a bed or mattress.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a mattress innerspring.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a mattress innerspring.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed spring.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a bed spring.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 719]    719Trim or edging with ornamentation or repeating pattern:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 702.  Design for a strip or strip-like piece along the furniture top narrow edge that is decorative or repetitive.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scalloped chest component.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scallopedchest component.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scalloped chest component.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scallopedchest component.

Figure 3. Example of a design for an ornamental furniture trim.

Figure 3. Example of a design for an ornamentalfurniture trim.

Figure 4. Example of a design for an ornamental furniture trim.

Figure 4. Example of a design for an ornamentalfurniture trim.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 719.1]    719.1Simulative:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 719.  Design includes a representation of a scene, icon, or facsimile.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bow and ribbon surface ornamentation.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a bow and ribbonsurface ornamentation.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 719.2]    719.2Floral or plant life:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 719.1.  Design includes flower, flowerlike, or botanical pattern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a floral furniture base.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a floral furniturebase.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a plant-like bed ornament.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a plant-likebed ornament.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a filigree design furniture component.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a filigree designfurniture component.

Figure 4. Example of a design for a floral bed ornament.

Figure 4. Example of a design for a floral bedornament.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 719.3]    719.3Scroll-like:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 719.1.  Design includes an ornamental spiral or convoluted form.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture ornamentation.

Figure 1. Example of a design for a scrolled furniture ornamentation.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled footboard top corner edge.

Figure 2. Example of a design for a scrolled footboard topcorner edge.

  
[List of Patents for class D6 subclass 719.4]    719.4Repeating circular motif:
 This subclass is indented under subclass 719.  Design includes a duplicate ring or ring-like pattern.

Figure 1. Example of a design for repeating circles.

Figure 1. Example of a design for repeating circles.

Figure 2. Example of a design for repeating circles.

Figure 2. Example of a design for repeating circles.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a stock beading for trimming furniture.

Figure 3. Example of a design for a stock beadingfor trimming furniture.

  

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