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Peter D Lee: Document carrying a legible code, and method and apparatus for producing same. Governor & Company of the Bank of England, Mawhinney & Connors, November 18, 1980: US04234214 (115 worldwide citation)

A document is provided having thereon a legible code to distinguish the document from other similar documents, the code comprising an arrangement of alphanumeric characters. Where the document is a banknote, the code may be the serial number which is unique to that banknote, and which is one of a se ...


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Peter D Lee: Security devices. The Governor and Company of the Bank of England, Mawhinney & Mawhinney & Connors, February 5, 1980: US04186943 (55 worldwide citation)

A sheet element, such as a banknote or other document of intrinsic value, incorporating an optical authenticating device comprising a thin film element, preferably in the form of a strip, or thread disposed within the thickness of the sheet element and having known characteristics of spectral reflec ...


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David S Taylor, Peter D Lee, Desmond T Curran, Peter B Allen, Scott R Alexander: Respiratory component mounting assembly. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Anna A Wetzels, October 26, 2010: US07819120 (26 worldwide citation)

A respiratory component mounting assembly includes a first respiratory component, a second respiratory component and a mounting clip for mounting the second respiratory component to the first respiratory component. Each of the first and second respiratory components includes at least two spaced apar ...


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Desmond T Curran, Peter D Lee, Richard D Williams, Peter N Yates, Derek S Baker: Supplied air helmet having face seal with differentiated permeability. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Karl G Hanson, April 3, 2007: US07197774 (15 worldwide citation)

A supplied air helmet 10 comprises a visor 14 and a face seal 12 that is secured to the visor. The face seal 12 includes a sealing member 18 and a frame member 16. The sealing member 18 extends radially inward from the frame member 16 and has first and second regions of permeability 20 and 22. The s ...


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Peter D Lee: Security devices. Governor & Company of the Bank of England, Mawhinney & Mawhinney & Connors, September 22, 1981: US04290630 (14 worldwide citation)

A sheet element, such as a banknote, having an authenticating device in the form of a strip extending across the sheet and having at least one edge provided with a non-rectilinear portion or portions providing difficulty in copying for the forger and preferably shaped to provide coded information re ...


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Peter D Lee, Christopher P Henderson: Rigid air ducting for respirator hoods and helmets. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Karl G Hanson, September 12, 2006: US07104264 (9 worldwide citation)

A respirator hood 1 that has an air chamber 6 arranged above the head of a user for delivery of breathable air. The air chamber 6 has an air inlet 13 connected to an air supply hose 5 and an air outlet 17 The outlet 17 is arranged to direct air away from the eyes of the user. The air chamber 6 forms ...


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David S Taylor, Peter D Lee, Christopher P Henderson: Anatomically fitted respiratory component belt. 3M Innovative Properties Company, November 25, 2008: US07454800 (9 worldwide citation)

An anatomically fitted belt is used for carrying one or more waist-mounted respiratory protection components. The belt includes a main belt portion and a belt buckle portion. The main belt portion includes a back section, a left side section, a right side section, a left connective section between t ...


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Peter D Lee: Method of verification of a sheet element, such as a banknote. The Governor and Company of the Bank of England, Mawhinney & Mawhinney & Connors, January 25, 1983: US04370057 (8 worldwide citation)

A sheet element, such as a banknote, has an incorporated authenticating device comprising a film having at least one edge which is provided with a non-rectilinear portion or portions shaped to provide coded information relating to the sheet element. The shape and proportions of said at least one edg ...


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