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Armstrong Blair D: Partition structure with adjustable end member. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, October 17, 1972: US3698568 (88 worldwide citation)

A partition structure combination for use with shelving or the like is detailed, with at least one adjustable end connector member. The combination is connectable to a supporting structure over a variable length. The adjustable end connector is slidably connected to the partition structure to effect ...


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William Pfeifer: Binning and banding structure and clips therefor. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, September 6, 1988: US04768661 (66 worldwide citation)

A binning and banding structure, binning partition and novel clips to secure binning and banding partitions to each other. The clips include a first U-shaped clamp having arms capable of gripping the vertical edge of a binning partition and a second U-shaped clamp integral with the first U-shaped cl ...


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William Pfeifer: Partial banding means for display shelves. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, August 2, 1983: US04395955 (38 worldwide citation)

Merchandise display area banding members are disclosed for use in providing partial frontal banding. The banding members are made of plastic and can function individually as either a left or right handed partial banding section or in combination with each other by means of a tongue and groove config ...


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William Pfeifer: Tag holder. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, June 10, 1986: US04593824 (30 worldwide citation)

An extruded or injection molded, resilient resin tag holder comprises a planar member with a pair of parallel flanges projecting transversely from the rear face and a rib projecting from at least one flange toward the other. The flanges are spread apart to snap the rib over and firmly grip the trans ...


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Silver Joseph R: Hanger bracket. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, August 5, 1975: US3897926 (29 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a hanger bracket structure and, preferably, to a hanger bracket structure adapted for engagement with an apertured panel such as a perforated board. The hanger bracket structure generally comprises a planar back portion provided with means adapted to engage the spaced openi ...


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William Pfeifer: Merchandise display assembly. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, March 16, 1982: US04319731 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved information display assembly with a cantilevered arm and a detachable means for displaying indicia at the free end of the arm is disclosed. The free end of the arm has a horizontal member extending therefrom at a right angle. There is a transverse groove on the upper surface of the arm. ...


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David M Moore: Clip for mounting a crossbar to a bracket. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, June 29, 1976: US03965540 (22 worldwide citation)

A clip for mounting crossbars, which are used to support hooks for displaying merchandise, to brackets mounted on a wall. The clip includes a horizontal portion at the top with two vertical walls and a restraining lip depending from the horizontal portions. The intermediate wall has a horizontal she ...


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Bruce Armstrong, William Pfeifer: Brace and shelf support assembly. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, February 21, 1989: US04805863 (21 worldwide citation)

A brace for a shelf support extending outwardly from an upright includes an elongated member having first and second ends, a first means on the first end of the elongated member for releasably securing the brace to an upright at a position below the shelf support, a second means on the second end of ...


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William Pfeifer: Basket with self-locking handle. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, August 5, 1980: US04215789 (18 worldwide citation)

A merchandise basket is provided with a U-shaped handle with a pair of legs straddling the sides of the basket and terminating in opposed, inwardly directed feet. Necked portions of the feet slidably and rotatably engage slots in the side walls of the basket. With the feet at the bottom of the slots ...


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Charles J Stahl, Bruce L Armstrong, David M Moore: Merchandise display fixture. Armstrong Store Fixture Corporation, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, April 24, 1979: US04150753 (17 worldwide citation)

A merchandise display fixture of the type wherein a horizontal bar is supported between two or more spaced brackets extending forwardly from a supporting column which has its outer end bent to a generally U-shaped contour. The two leg portions of the U each have a vertical slot therein, these being ...