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Improvements in and relating to protective headwear. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, September 16, 1941: GB539577-A (6 worldwide citation)

539,577. Helmets. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. Dec. 4, 1940, No. 17284. [Class 63] In a protective helmet, the head-engaging part comprises a series of resilient pads, for example, of sponge rubber, located in side by side or end to end pockets in a fabric carrier of annular form. A s ...


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Improvements in castors for furniture and the like. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, January 16, 1939: GB498849-A (2 worldwide citation)

498,849. Ferrules. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. July 16, 1937, No. 19702. [Class 134] A castor comprises a convex floor - engaging body member of synthetic resin mounted for movement on its vertical axis on a pin enclosed within the article supported by the castor, the periphery of th ...


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Improvements in and relating to curtain suspension devices. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, December 8, 1939: GB515603-A (1 worldwide citation)

515,603. Curtain rollers. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. June 21, 1938, No. 18363. [Class 52. (v)] A roller for a curtain runner consists of an outer shell d of a moulded plastic material and a core a of a heavier material such as metal which has a central hole b to receive the runner ' ...


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Improvements in and relating to dust excluders for the corners of rooms and the like. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, June 4, 1940: GB521903-A (1 worldwide citation)

521,903. Dust-shield for corners. BYSOU APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. Nov. 28, 1938, No. 34535. [Class 20 (ii)] A dust shield for corners is formed with as many edges as there are planes meeting at the corner, such edges being bevelled, and the rear surface of the plate has a spike projectin ...


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Improvements in and relating to curtain pleating tape. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, June 17, 1940: GB522406-A (1 worldwide citation)

522,406. Curtain heading tapes. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. Dec. 13, 1938, No. 36274. [Class 52 (v)] A curtain tape a is woven with spacedapart loops b for hooks, and has draw-cords c threading through the main tape entirely behind the hook loops If the main tape is hollow, the cords ...


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Improvements in and relating to curtain suspension fittings. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, July 28, 1939: GB510435-A (1 worldwide citation)

510,435. Curtain-suspension fittings; synthetic resin articles. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. Dec. 28, 1937, No. 35854. [Class 52 (v)] [Also in Group IV] A curtain-suspension fitting comprises a rail a of metal such as aluminium or aluminium alloy which has been first polished and then ...


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Blakemore Ronald: Improvements in stair carpet fixing devices. Byson Appliance Company, September 10, 1952: GB678746-A

678,746. Stair-carpet fasteners. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd. April 26, 1951. [April 27, 1950] No. 10362/50. Class 52 (v). A stair carpet fixing device which may be used for fitted carpets comprises a right angled triangular plate 8 with sides 9, 10 lying against the tread and riser respectively and se ...


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Improvements in curtain suspension devices. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, December 19, 1939: GB515933-A

515,933. Curtain suspensory devices. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. March 16, 1938, No. 8090. [Class 52 (v)] A curtain suspension for use on an I- or like section rail comprises a loop or stirrup c made of thermoplastic or thermo-setting material and pivotally connected thereto either a ...


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Improvements in and relating to curtain hooks. Byson Appliance Company, Ernest Harrison, December 5, 1939: GB515417-A

515,417. Cellulose derivative and synthetic resin articles. BYSON APPLIANCE CO., Ltd., and HARRISON, E. Feb. 2, 1938, No. 3206. [Classes 2(ii) and 2(iii)] [Also in Group XIV] Curtain suspension hooks are constructed by moulding from cellulose acetate or synthetic resin and are of the form such that ...