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 [Search a list of Patent Appplications for class D26]   CLASS D26,LIGHTING
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SECTION I - CLASS DEFINITION

This class provides for design patents claiming ornamental designs for:

1. Light Source

2. Candle Holder

3. Light Fixture

(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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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclass 209 for flashlight combined with key holder.
D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 416 for fire starter or igniter.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 350 through 353for wall plate or escutcheon for electric switch.
D10Measuring, Testing or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 111 through 115for signal-type lamp or reflector; subclass 112 for ignition timing light; subclasses 114.1-114.9 for flashing, warning, or directing-type light; and subclass 115 for designs for traffic signals.
D11Jewelry, Symbolic Insignia, and Ornaments,   subclass 144 for light combined with planter.
D13Equipment for Production, Distribution, or Transformation of Energy,   appropriate subclasses for electrical component, switch, socket, remote control, etc.; subclass 134 for light bulb socket; subclasses 158-178 for light switch; and subclass 180 for electron or vacuum tube.
D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 473 for light pulse-type telegraph.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for sign.
D22Arms, Pyrotechnics, Hunting and Fishing Equipment,   subclass 112 for pyrotechnic flare and subclasses 119 and 120 for insect attracting lamp and trap combination.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 210 for body treatment lamp.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclasses 126 through 135for lamppost.
D27Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,   subclasses 139 through 160for tobacco lighter.
D29Equipment for Safety, Protection, and Rescue,   subclass 127 for candlesnuffer.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 99 for street lamp or candle lighter.

SUBCLASSES

[List of Patents for class D26 subclass 1]    1LIGHT SOURCE:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for element or material that provides visual illumination.
(1) Note. Examples of a light source are an electric light bulb, candle, or torch.
(2) Note. A signal-type light source is excluded from this class.

Example of a design for a light source.

Example of a design for a light source.

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D7Equipment for Preparing or Serving Food or Drink Not Elsewhere Specified,   subclass 416 for fire starter or igniter.
D10Measuring, Testing, or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 111 through 115for signal-type lamp or reflector; subclass 112 for ignition timing light; subclasses 114.1-114.9 for flashing, warning, or directing-type light; and subclass 115 for designs for traffic signals.
D13Equipment for Production, Distribution, or Transformation of Energy,   appropriate subclasses for electrical component, switch, socket, remote control, etc.; subclass 134 for light bulb socket; and subclasses 158-178 for light switch.
D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 473 for light pulse-type telegraph.
D22Arms, Pyrotechnics, Hunting and Fishing Equipment,   subclass 112 for pyrotechnic flare and subclasses 119 and 120 for insect attracting lamp and trap combination.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 210 for body treatment lamp.
D27Tobacco and Smokers’ Supplies,   subclasses 139 through 160for tobacco lighter.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 99 for street lamp or candle lighter.
  
[List of Patents for class D26 subclass 9]    9CANDLE HOLDER:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for holding or supporting wax-type cylinder that includes a wick or similar type article.

Example of a design for a candle holder.

Example of a design for a candle holder.

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24through 156, for electric candelabrum.
142through 151, for candle cup, bobeche, or similar support or surround.

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D29Equipment for Safety, Protection and Rescue,   subclass 127 for candle snuffer.
D99Miscellaneous,   subclass 99 for street lamp or candle lighter.
  
[List of Patents for class D26 subclass 24]    24LIGHT FIXTURE:
 This subclass is indented under the class definition.  Design for article for holding a source of light.
(1) Note. If a claimed design can function as a light fixture as it is shown by the addition of (a) a light source, (b) a receptacle, (c) a modifier, or (d) a power source, it is classified as a light fixture in this and in indented subclasses. If some element other than those specified must be added to complete the design, it is considered an element and must be classified in subclasses so specified.

Example of a design for a lamp or light fixture.

Example of a design for a lamp or light fixture.

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D3Travel Goods and Personal Belongings,   subclass 209 for flashlight combined with key holder.
D8Tools and Hardware,   subclasses 350 through 353for wall plate or escutcheon for electric switch.
D10Measuring, Testing, or Signalling Instruments,   subclasses 111 through 115for signal-type lamp or reflector; subclass 112 for ignition timing light; subclasses 114.1-114.9 for flashing, warning, or directing-type light; and subclass 115 for designs for traffic signals.
D11Jewelry, Symbolic Insignia, and Ornaments,   subclass 144 for light combined with planter.
D13Equipment for Production, Distribution, or Transformation of Energy,   appropriate subclasses for electrical component, switch, socket, remote control, etc.; subclass 134 for light bulb socket; and subclasses 158-178 for light switch.
D14Recording, Communication, or Information Retrieval Equipment,   subclass 473 for light pulse-type telegraph.
D20Sales and Advertising Equipment,   subclasses 10 through 44for sign.
D22Arms, Pyrotechnics, Hunting and Fishing Equipment,   subclass 119 and 120 for insect attracting lamp and trap combination.
D24Medical and Laboratory Equipment,   subclass 210 for body treatment lamp.
D25Building Units and Construction Elements,   subclasses 126 through 135for lamppost.
  

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