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Clarice M Chaikin: Artificial Christmas tree. Joseph H Beumer, May 9, 1995: US05413825 (16 worldwide citation)

A collapsible artificial Christmas tree has a center pole erectable on a base, a cap that fits over the top of the pole, and a spiral coil of split plastic tubing, which extends upward to form a conical shape when the cap is placed on the pole. The split plastic tubing carries an electrical wire ins ...


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Ascher Chase: Knock-down artificial Christmas tree. General Foam Plastics Corporation, Mandeville and Schweitzer, May 25, 1976: US03959536 (16 worldwide citation)

A knock-down artificial Christmas tree is provided utilizing a plurality of branch-retaining rings or holders for connecting the branches to the vertical support pole of the tree, alternating with spacers between those rings. The retaining rings and the spacers are comprised of, advantageously, mold ...


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James R Higgins: Collapsible artificial Christmas tree. Brady O Boyle & Gates, December 19, 1978: US04130678 (15 worldwide citation)

A collapsible artificial Christmas tree having a telescopic mast mounted on a base, garland extending between the base and the top of the mast to form a generally conically-shaped configuration when in the erected position, the base being foldable to form a carrying case for storing the mast and ass ...


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Lloyd J Fuss: Christmas tree ornament. Jerry T Kearns, July 3, 1990: US04939004 (14 worldwide citation)

Christmas tree ornaments for attachment to a conventional natural or artificial Christmas tree include representations of a pair of human hands and a human head. Each of the ornaments are formed from a translucent plastic material and have an internal electric light. An elongated telescopically adju ...


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Mottel Alan: Artificial christmas tree having erectable limbs. Consolidated Novelty, Gottlieb Rackman Reisman & Kirsch, June 25, 1974: US3819457 (14 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an artificial Christmas tree which includes collapsible struts for facilitating the rapid erection of the tree in a predetermined configuration. In my copending application Ser. No. 254,101, there is disclosed a tree having a number of limbs, each of which includes an elongated hi ...


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Kenneth W Armstead, Terry N Bezue, Kienuwa H Obaseki: Pop-up artificial Christmas tree. Dykema Gossett, July 11, 1989: US04847123 (13 worldwide citation)

A pop-up artificial Christmas tree has an elongated trunk which is held vertical by a stand. A plurality of stationary sleeves are affixed to the trunk and a guide sleeve is disposed on the trunk to slide proximate to and remote from an adjacent stationary sleeve. Pivotally connected to depend from ...


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Bettye J Enterline: Artificial Christmas trees. Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, September 16, 1986: US04612218 (13 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree of the narrow dimension variety that is easily stored and assembled for use as supported on a vertical wall or door structure. The artificial tree consists of a triangular panel member that includes a plurality of equispaced apertures and mounting rings for attachment to ...


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Carrell Harvey A: Ornamental artificial christmas tree. April 11, 1972: US3655495 (13 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree structure including an upright post member secured to a base, the post member supporting a multiple number of attached cans. Each of the cans of the device has on its interior a reflector and a bulb which lights intermittently, the open portion of the cans also having co ...


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James H Broderick: Fiber optics Christmas tree. Michael I Kroll, December 30, 1997: US05702170 (12 worldwide citation)

A fiber optics Christmas tree comprising a hollowed out artificial Christmas tree frame. A structure is for transmitting light through the hollowed out artificial Christmas tree frame. A facility is for supplying light to the light transmitting structure within the hollowed out artificial Christmas ...


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Edward J McGuire: Artificial Christmas tree. David L Rhodes & Ascolillo Baker, April 25, 1995: US05409745 (12 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree has a trunk. The trunk has a branch retaining rod and a plurality of branch retaining ports in the branch retaining rod. There is a branch retaining rod horizontal support member releasably attached to one end of the branch retaining rod. A branch retaining rod vertical ...