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|U.S. Subclass||Locarno Class - Subclass||Notes|
|1 - 29||10 - 01|
|30 - 39||10 - 02|
|40 - 45||10 - 03|
|46||*||* There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;|
|46.1||21 - 01|
|46.2 - 47||10 - 04|
|48||10 - 05|
|49 - 74||10 - 04|
|75 - 76||10 - 05|
|77 - 103||10 - 04|
|104 - 119||10 - 05||Note the following exceptions for D10/104-119: |
Classify "signal instrument" as 10-06.
Classify "marker" as 10-06.
Classify "mooring" as 99-00.
Classify "humidity measuring instrument" as 10-05.
Classify "template" as 19-08.
Classify "thermostat" as 10-05.
Classify "drawing compass" as 19-06.
Classify "office type or drawing ruler" as 19-06.
Classify "slide rule" as 19-99.
Classify "distress signal rocket" as 22-03.
|120||10 - 06|
|121||*||* There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;|
|122 - 132||10 - 07|
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