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David Lamoureaux: Rack for storing and displaying bottles. Wood Phillips Mason Recktenwald & Van Santen, June 25, 1991: US05025936 (113 worldwide citation)

A rack for storing and displaying bottles of the type having a) a generally cylindrical body with a first diameter having an identifying label thereon and b) a generally cylindrical neck with a diameter less than the body diameter. The rack has first and second spaced walls with a first opening thro ...


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Shahriar Dardashti: Knock-down bottle rack. Poms Smith Lande & Rose P C, October 27, 1998: US05826731 (90 worldwide citation)

A wine rack having four wire panels of bottle holders and a wire base assembly, each being a separate component and packaged together in a small carton. The two lower panels are fitted into the base assembly, the two upper panels are fitted into the tops of respective lower panels, and the panels ar ...


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Mark A Higgins, James David Robertson, James Douglas Whiten: Beverage display rack with head locking keyway. Display, John L James, May 22, 2001: US06234326 (88 worldwide citation)

A display rack for a plurality of beverage bottles includes a base member with a plurality of vertically disposed channel members mounted thereon. Each channel member has a longitudinal slot and a keyway along the slot. The keyway or top of the slot receives the beverage bottles and holds the bottle ...


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Mark A Higgins, James David Robertson, James Douglas Whiten: Beverage display rack with head locking keyway. Display, John L James, January 16, 2001: US06173845 (88 worldwide citation)

A display rack for displaying all sizes of beverage bottles has a bottom, laterally extending cross member, a top, laterally extending cross member spaced from and above the bottom cross member, and vertical support members for supporting the top and bottom cross members. The top cross member has at ...


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Murray Kahl: Laboratory mixer. Michael J Striker, May 31, 1988: US04747693 (86 worldwide citation)

A tray for uniformly mixing fluent material contained within a plurality of vessels, the tray having a restraining plate, restraining the vessels at a first location thereof against movement, and a vessel engaging element arranged to engage the plurality of vessels at a second location thereof and b ...


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Steven A Nimetz, Caroline H Nimetz: Full-access, non-gravity dependent, jar storage rack. Larry J Guffey, April 1, 1997: US05615780 (82 worldwide citation)

A storage rack is provided that allows items to be stacked securely while providing full access to all the stacked items and allowing for removal of any item without having the remaining items fall under gravity to fill the void created by the removal of the selected item. More particularly, this in ...


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O Neill Edward M: Modular wine bottle rack. Brown Jug, Bacon & Thomas, March 11, 1975: US3870156 (82 worldwide citation)

The modular rack is formed by connecting together a series of juxtapositioned, modular components or units formed of sheet metal, plastic or other suitable stiff, sheet material. Each component is dimensioned to receive a wine bottle lying on its side and a rack of any desired length may be formed b ...


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Mark A Higgins, James David Robertson, James Douglas Whiten: Beverage display rack with head locking keyway. Display, John L James, May 22, 2001: US06234325 (78 worldwide citation)

A display rack for displaying all sizes of beverage bottles has a single upright panel with a plurality of keyways. Each keyway receives and holds a beverage bottles by its neck ring. Each keyway has an arcuate upper portion, and arcuate lower portion smaller in dimension than the upper portion, and ...


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Mark A Higgins, James David Robertson, James Douglas Whiten: Beverage display rack with head locking keyway. Display, John L James, April 3, 2001: US06209733 (77 worldwide citation)

A display rack for displaying all sizes of beverage bottles has a support column with a plurality of keyways. Each keyway receives and holds a beverage bottle by its neck ring. Each keyway limits upward movement of one head of one bottle inserted therein while allowing the body of the bottle to tilt ...


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Keith Harbour, Christopher C Bidwell, Donald J Miller Jr, Dewalt W Fowler, William B McWilliams: Product merchandising display unit with replaceable product graphics. Paul Flum Ideas, Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin, November 7, 2000: US06142316 (77 worldwide citation)

A product module adaptable for interlocking engagement with other similarly constructed modules to form a composite display assembly for merchandising products therefrom, each product module including at least one elongated product channel defined by a pair of laterally spaced upstanding side walls ...