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Esther Woolford: Electric Christmas tree. Joseph H McGlynn, Patent & Trademark Services, July 7, 1998: US05776559 (73 worldwide citation)

An electrified, artificial Christmas tree, which comprises both the artificial tree, composed of a stand and trunk with attachable branches, and various electrical components. The trunk portion of the tree is composed of a plurality of coupled sections which are joined together in a vertical orienta ...


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Harold J Pickering: Programmable Christmas tree. April 14, 1992: US05104608 (69 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree including a tree trunk extending from an aperture in an upper wall of a hollow tree base and having a plurality of optical fibers extending internally from the aperture in the base to light emitting points within simulated tree branches attached to the tree trunk by hing ...


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Korb Lawrence J, Soja Joseph: Outdoor lighted artificial christmas tree. November 28, 1972: US3704366 (66 worldwide citation)

An outdoor, lighted, artificial Christmas tree decoration comprising a skeleton structure of tubular members having a vertical main support trunk and a plurality of horizontal tubular branch members radially extending outwardly from the main trunk, the trunk and the tubular branch members being deta ...


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James P Murphy: Lighting system for artificial Christmas tree. H Mathews Garland, May 7, 1985: US04516193 (63 worldwide citation)

An electrical lighting system for a tree especially adapted to an artificial Christmas tree having removable limbs. The system includes electrical conducting distribution straps or bands which may be wrapped around and secured to a tree trunk at selected levels. Each of the distribution bands has pr ...


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Robert J Weskamp: Foldable Christmas tree and branch holder therefor. Industrial Park Machine & Tool Co, Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, February 20, 1979: US04140823 (58 worldwide citation)

Artificial Christmas tree comprises a vertically extending trunk member and a plurality of branches having looped rear ends. Tree also includes a plurality of branch holders each including a central tubular member; a plurality of connecting arms integral with said tubular members, each having a pair ...


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Mike Pritza: Artificial Christmas tree. The Raymond Lee Organization, Howard I Podell, October 12, 1976: US03985924 (57 worldwide citation)

A Christmas Tree formed of collapsible sections of trunk and branches with electrical lights mounted in sockets on each branch. Electrical conductors run from a portable supply cord joining the base of the trunk through the trunk and branches with the individual sections of the tree joined together ...


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Lewis W Davis, Francis A Rogers: Artificial Christmas tree with scent, sound and visual elements incorporated therein. Christopher Klein, October 3, 1995: US05455750 (56 worldwide citation)

An artificial holiday tree arrangement is disclosed herein which incorporates different elements associated with the Christmas season. The arrangement is comprised of an artificial Christmas tree, which incorporates a scent producing element therein, as well as an illuminated tree-top ornament, all ...


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Susan P Zins: Fiber-optic illuminated artificial Christmas tree. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 14, 1996: US05517390 (55 worldwide citation)

An improved fiber-optic illuminated artificial Christmas tree, having a plurality of light sources contained in the main trunk, is provided. Each light source provides light for one or more tiers of artificial branches attached to the main trunk. Each branch contains a plurality of fiber optic stran ...


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Joseph J Mancusi Jr: Electrically enhanced artificial tree. Joseph B Taphorn, August 8, 1989: US04855880 (51 worldwide citation)

An electrically illuminated artificial Christmas tree, eliminating the need for a transformer while providing all of the advantages of low voltage distribution and isolated light failure, connects groups of seed lights in parallel across sets of two wires which are respectively connected in series t ...


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Grant A Carroll: Artificial christmas tree with electric separable segments. August 27, 1996: US05550720 (49 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree with electric separable segments comprising a trunk fabricated of a plurality of separable sections including a lowermost section, an uppermost section and intermediate sections therebetween, the section coupling with respect to each other by sliding the lower section of ...