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Swett James B, Smith Sidney Z: Travel tie hanger. Dart, July 13, 1971: US3592343 (43 worldwide citation)

A travel tie hanger constructed in a manner to provide a convenient and accessible means of storage for not only neckties, but also cuff links, tie tacks, belts, tie clasps and other men's clothing accessories.


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Swett James B, Croyle Jack V: Press type closure. Dart, July 25, 1972: US3679088 (41 worldwide citation)

A closure suitable of insertion over the opening of a tubular or similarly constructed member and adapted to hermetically seal that opening. The closure construction includes a biased center main wall that particularly adapts it for placement upon the tubular member by a light application of finger ...


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Swett James B, Croyle Jack V: Press type closure. Dart, July 25, 1972: US3679089 (33 worldwide citation)

A closure suitable of insertion over the opening of a tubular or similarly constructed member and adapted to hermetically seal that opening. The closure construction includes a sloping, corrugated top wall dimensioned according to a plurality of design parameters such that particularly adapts it for ...


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Swett James B, Ashton Harold P: Food grater. Dart, July 23, 1974: US3825049 (31 worldwide citation)

A Food Grater including a unique bowl having at least one handle and at least one flattened planar portion at the side of the bowl. The outermost extent of the handle is in the same plane as the flattened planar portion so the bowl can be held in a tilted position and rested on the outermost extent ...


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Croyle Jack V, Swett James B: Closure for open-mouthed containers or tubular vessels. Dart, September 19, 1972: US3692208 (28 worldwide citation)

A closure suitable for insertion over the opening of a tubular or similarly constructed member and adapted to hermetically seal that opening. The closure construction includes a central wall having a toroidally shaped annular portion that is joined to a substantially planar center portion and sealin ...


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Swett James B: Mold for congealable comestibles. Dart, August 1, 1972: US3680828 (24 worldwide citation)

A reusable mold for food stuffs and the like of the type that are introduced in the mold as a moldable material and formed therein to a molded shape retaining solid tightly conforming to the contours of the mold, said mold being fabricated from plastic materials and being provided with a means of fa ...


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Swett James B, Croyle Jack V: Three-part press type seal. Dart, September 4, 1973: US3756480 (21 worldwide citation)

A multi-part and distortable seal construction employing a biased center wall and sealing wall arrangement which, upon the application and release of pressure to a center-positioned plunger, distends and contracts the sealing wall portion thereof.


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Swett James B, Daenen Robert H C M: Storage Container For Meat Or Poultry Products. Dart, Hovet Kenneth J, Taylor Leigh B, Wylie Paul R, February 4, 1975: US3863833 (19 worldwide citation)

A meat or poultry storage device incorporating a base member that includes a recessed surface portion surrounded by a peripheral outwardly extending ledge and sealing surface. The recessed surface portion of the base also has a plurality of longitudinally oriented channels formed therein to accommod ...


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Swett James B, Smith Sidney Z: Storage container for celery or the like. Dart, October 17, 1972: US3698783 (17 worldwide citation)

A storage container for celery or the like comprising a container adapted to be sealed to prevent ingress or egress of moisture. The container has a support particularly adapted to position the contained vegetable above the moisture which will collect in the bottom of the container. The support also ...


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Croyle Jack V, Swett James B: Closure for open-mouthed containers or tubular vessels. Dart, July 3, 1973: US3743131 (15 worldwide citation)

A closure suitable for insertion over the opening of a tubular or similarly constructed member and adapted to hermetically seal that opening. The closure construction includes a conical central wall that peculiarly adapts it for placement upon the tubular member by the application of pressure to the ...



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