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SECTION I - CLASS DEFINITION

This class provides for design patents claiming ornamental designs for:

1. Paper or Pasteboard for Writing or Printing

2. Credit Card, Certificate, or Stamp

3. Calendar or Calendar Holder

4. Bookend

5. Book, Album, or Cover

6. Equipment for Writing, Drawing, or for Fine Arts

7. Teaching Equipment

8. Office Equipment Not Elsewhere Specified

9. Miscellaneous

(1) Note. Design patents in this class are classified by what is claimed and shown in full lines only. Broken, hatched, or stippled lines, which may be included in design patent drawings, are considered as environment only.

SECTION II - REFERENCES TO OTHER CLASSES

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D2Apparel and Haberdashery,   subclasses 861 through 864for apron or bib.
D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclass 206 for pencil box or case for writing implement; subclasses 247-253 for checkbook cover.
D4Brushware,   subclass 103 for finger cot; subclasses 127-136 for artists’ -type paintbrush.
D5Textile or Paper Yard Goods; Sheet Material,   for sheet wrapping paper; subclasses 7 through 19for shelf paper.
D6Furnishings,   subclasses 300 through 314for photograph, picture frame, or easel; subclasses 407-635 for media disc holder or storage container; subclass 595 for napkin; subclasses 613-616 for placemat; subclass 641 for drafting table; subclass 657 for calling card receiver; subclasses 663-671.4 for general purpose, enclosed file cabinet or storage furniture; and subclass 700 for lectern or furniture-type book reading stand.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 47 for chisel; subclass 48 for staple remover; subclasses 49-50 for stapler; subclasses 51-69 for pliers-type punch; subclasses 75-81 for hammer; subclass 98 for scissors; subclasses 98-105 for sculpting tool, knife, or spatula.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclasses 516 through 575for ink bottle; subclass 305-306 for packaging bag, wrapper, or envelope.
D10Measuring, Testing, or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 61 through 73for measuring instrument; subclass 64 for geometric-type drafting template; subclass 65 for protractor, triangle, or T-square; subclasses 71-73 for rule; subclass 73 for caliper or divider.
D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 158 for voice synthesizer unit; subclasses 341-347 for electronic book; subclasses 435-438 for data processing cartridge, chip, or card.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 127 through 134for paper cutter; subclass 144.1 for kiln, crucible, or furnace.
D16Photography and Optical Equipment,   subclasses 221 through 236for film projector or viewer.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclasses 4.1 through 4.6for point-of-sale terminal; subclasses 15-18 for imprinting or embossing stamp; subclasses 50-55 for printing machine or press.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for educational material in the form of graphics, e.g., sign, chart, etc., including bulletin board; subclass 11 for decal or transfer.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclasses 376 through 384for game or gambling-type card; subclasses 468-482 for coordination or hand manipulative toy; subclasses 698-810 for training aid for sport.
D23Environmental Heating and Cooling; Fluid Handling and Sanitary Equipment,   subclasses 223 through 227for air brush.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 175 for speech reflector.
D27Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,   subclass 101 for cigarette wrapper; subclass 146 for writing instrument combined with tobacco lighter; subclass 196 for pipe cleaner.
D29Equipment for Safety, Protection, and Rescue,   subclass 114 for finger stall.

SUBCLASSES

[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 1]    1PAPER OR PASTEBOARD FOR WRITING OR PRINTING:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for stationery or cardboard used for hand written or printed communication.

Image 1 for class D19 subclass 1

Example of a design for a card for writing.

(1) Note. Includes carbon paper, greeting card or place card.
(2) Note. Includes business form.
(3) Note. Includes planar or sheet material for artwork.

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20through 25 , for calendar.
26,for book or writing tablet.

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D5Textile or Paper Yard Goods; Sheet Material,   for sheet wrapping paper; subclasses 7 through 19for shelf paper; subclass 595 for napkin; subclasses 613-616 for place mat.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclasses 305 through 306for packaging, bag, wrapper or envelop.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for educational material in the form of graph, sign, or chart, including bulletin board; subclass 11 for decal or transfer.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclasses 376 through 384for game or gambling-type card.
D27Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,   subclass 101 for cigarette-type paper.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 9]    9CREDIT CARD, CERTIFICATE, OR STAMP:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for card authorizing purchases by charge or debit account, printed official forms or gummed-type seal.

Image 1 for class D19 subclass 9

Example of a design for a credit card.

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20through 25 , for calendar or calendar holder.
26through 34 , for book, album or cover.

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D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 117 for data processing record card.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclasses 50 through 55for imprinting or embossing stamp; subclasses 50-55 for printing machine or press.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for educational material in the form of graph, sign, or chart, including bulletin board; subclass 11 for decal or transfer.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclasses 376 through 384for game or gambling-type card.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 20]    20CALENDAR OR CALENDAR HOLDER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for chart showing the day of the week, month, or year or support therefor.

Image 1 for class D19 subclass 20

Example of a handheld design for calendar.

  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 26]    26BOOK, ALBUM OR COVER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for series of plain, written or printed sheets fastened together at one edge or binding-type surround therefor.

Example of a design for a cover.

Example of a design for a cover.

(1) Note. Includes writing tablet.

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59,for electronic dictionary or speller.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclasses 247 through 253for checkbook cover.
D6Furnishings,   subclass 700 for lectern or furniture-type book reading stand.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclasses 305 through 306for packaging bag, wrapper or envelope; D18, Printing and Office Machinery, subclasses 50-55 for imprinting or embossing stamp; subclasses 50-55 for printing machine or press.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 34.1]    34.1BOOKEND:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for support for keeping row of books upright.

Example of a design for a bookend.

Example of a design for a bookend.

  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 35]    35EQUIPMENT FOR WRITING, DRAWING, OR FOR FINE ARTS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for articles for written communication, sketching, or painting.

Equipment for writing, drawing, or for fine arts.

Equipment for writing, drawing, or forfine arts.

(1) Note. Includes only articles for writing, drawing, sculpting not elsewhere specified and elements therefor.
(2) Note. Includes artists tray or palette.

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75through 85 , for holder or stand.

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D2Apparel and Haberdashery,   subclasses 861 through 864for apron or bib.
D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclass 206 for pencil box or case for writing implement.
D4Brushware,   subclass 103 for finger cot; subclasses 127-136 for artists’ -type paintbrush.
D6Furnishings,   subclasses 300 through 314for photograph, picture frame or easel; subclasses 407-635 for media disc holder or storage container; subclass 641 for drafting table; subclass 657 for calling card receiver; and subclasses 663-671.4 for general purpose, enclosed file cabinet or storage furniture.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 47 chisel; subclass 48 for staple remover; subclasses 49 and 50 for stapler; subclasses 51-69 for pliers-type punch; subclasses 75-81 for hammer; subclass 98 for scissors; subclasses 98-105 for sculpting tool, knife, or spatula.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclasses 516 through 575for ink bottle.
D10Measuring, Testing, or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 61 through 73for measuring instrument; subclass 64 for geometric-type drafting template; subclass 65 for protractor, triangle, or T-square; subclasses 71-73 for rule; subclass 73 for caliper or divider.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 127 through 134for paper cutter; subclass 144.1 for kiln, crucible or furnace.
D16Photography and Optical Equipment,   subclasses 221 through 236 forfilm projector or viewer.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclasses 50 through 55for imprinting or embossing stamp; subclasses 50-55 for printing machine or press.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclass 11 for decal or transfer.
D21Games, Toys, and Sports Goods,   subclasses 468 through 482for coordination or hand manipulative toy; subclasses 698-810 for sport-type training.
D23Environmental Heating and Cooling; Fluid Handling and Sanitary Equipment,   subclasses 223 through 227for airbrush.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 175 for speech reflector.
D27Tobacco and Smokers Supplies,   subclass 146 for writing instrument combined with tobacco lighter; subclass 196 for pipe cleaner.
D29Equipment for Safety, Protection, and Rescue,   subclass 114 for fingerstall.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 59]    59TEACHING MATERIAL:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for articles used instruction.

Example of a design for teaching material.

Example of a design for teaching material.

(1) Note. Includes element.
(2) Note. Includes electronic dictionary or speller.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 65]    65OFFICE EQUIPMENT NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for general-type articles used in a business-type environment not elsewhere provided for.

Example of a design for office equipment not elsewhere specified.

Example of a design for office equipment not elsewhere specified.

(1) Note. Includes paper fastener or paper clip.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclass 206 for pencil box or case for writing implement.
D4Brushware,   subclass 103 for finger cot.
D5Textile or Paper Yard Goods; Sheet Material,   appropriate subclassesfor sheet wrapping paper.
D6Furnishings,   subclasses 300 through 314for photograph, picture frame or easel; subclasses 407-635 for media disc holder or storage container; subclass 641for drafting table; subclass 657 for calling card receiver; subclasses 663-671.4 for general purpose, enclosed file cabinet or storage furniture; and subclass 700 for lectern or furniture-type book reading stand.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclass 48 for staple remover; subclasses 49 and 50, for stapler; subclasses 51-69 for pliers-type punch; subclass 98 for scissors.
D9Packages and Containers for Goods,   subclasses 516 through 575for ink bottle.
D10Measuring, Testing, or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 61 through 73for measuring instrument; subclass 64 for geometric-type drafting template; subclass 65 for protractor, triangle, or T-square; subclasses 71-73 for rule; subclass 73 for caliper or divider.
D15Machines Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclasses 127 through 134for paper cutter.
D16Photography and Optical Equipment,   subclasses 221 through 236film projector or viewer.
D18Printing and Office Machinery,   subclasses 50 through 55for imprinting or embossing stamp; subclasses 50-55 for printing machine or press.
D29Equipment for Safety, Protection, and Rescue,   subclass 114 for fingerstall.
  
[List of Patents for class D19 subclass 99]    99MISCELLANEOUS:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for office supplies, artists’ and teachers’ materials not elsewhere specified.

Image 1 for class D19 subclass 99

Example of a design for miscellaneous subject matter forthis class.

  

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