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Vall A Iliev: Artificial christmas tree stand. B I G Ideas, John D Gugliotta PE Esq, July 26, 2011: US07984884 (8 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree stand comprises a receptacle, at least three equally spaced legs radially extending therefrom, an equal plurality of braces pivotally extending upwards from the legs' lengths, and outer struts and corresponding inner struts that travel a track in the braces' lengths. The ...


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Kil J Lee: Rotating clothes hanger and artificial Christmas tree. William H Pavitt Jr, October 8, 1991: US05054622 (8 worldwide citation)

A clothes stand formed of an orified vertical base member which supports an upstanding axle on which are mounted a plurality of rotatable clothes support members, is convertable into a Christmas tree by removing the axle and clothes support members from the orifice in the base member and replacing t ...


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William G Tice: Christmas tree apparatus. Charles F Byrd, William Dailey, Richard C Woodbridge, March 13, 1979: US04144364 (8 worldwide citation)

An artificial christmas tree apparatus includes a plurality of movable branches which are closeable and openable through the relative motion of an inner and outer tube arrangement which forms the trunk mechanism of the tree. Each branch includes a decorated leafy end and an oppositely located base e ...


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Gary Richard Lloyd, Rita Rae Lloyd: Artificial Christmas tree. Charles W Chandler, August 22, 1978: US04109036 (8 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree having an upright trunk supporting a plurality of branches to simulate foliage extending about the longitudinal axis of the trunk through an arc less than 360.degree. but greater than 90.degree. that permits the trunk to be supported closely adjacent a wall so that the t ...


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Anthony DeCosmo: Artificial tree construction. American Technical, Thomas H Murray, August 16, 1983: US04399172 (8 worldwide citation)

An artificial Christmas tree construction wherein artificial foliage (i.e., pine needles) is secured to rings of successively smaller diameter. The rings are supported on rods which extend outwardly and downwardly from a central support column. The tree may be stored and shipped in a carton of small ...


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Johnny Chen: Modular tree with rotation-lock electrical connectors. Willis Electric, Christensen Fonder Dardi & Herbert PLLC, May 16, 2017: US09648919 (7 worldwide citation)

A rotation-locking lighted artificial tree that includes a first and second portion. The first portion includes a trunk, first electrical connector, and first wiring harness. The first electrical connector includes a first body portion and a first electrical contact set. The first body portion inclu ...


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Wanda E Rosado, Luis Leon Perez: Collapsible artificial Christmas tree. September 11, 2007: US07267852 (7 worldwide citation)

A collapsible artificial Christmas tree that opens and retracts like an umbrella has an elongate trunk with a branch hinge connected to a trunk. A tree branch is rotatably connected to the branch hinge. A slide ring is slidably connected to the trunk. A branch lift rod is rotatably connected to the ...


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Byrd Charles F, Dailey William: Collapsable Christmas tree apparatus. Behr and Woodbridge, August 19, 1975: US3900637 (7 worldwide citation)

A collapsable, artificial Christmas tree type apparatus includes a plurality of rotatable limbs, an inner means, an outer means and a lever means for causing the rotation of the tree limbs relative to the inner and outer means. According to one embodiment the inner means comprises a rigid rod and th ...


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Chung Ho Lai: Refined structure for artificial Christmas tree. June 19, 2007: US07232596 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention is related to a technological field of decoration, and more particularly to a structure of an artificial tree, wherein the trunk main body has multiple sets of plugging holes, which are circularly arranged, longitudinally mounted thereon and the end terminals of the branches ar ...


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Robert J Weskamp, Robert H Barclay: Artificial Christmas tree with foldable branching and method of making same. Industrial Park Machine & Tool Co, Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, June 6, 1978: US04093758 (6 worldwide citation)

Artificial Christmas tree, including a trunk with a plurality of transversely extending axially spaced holes. A pivotal mounting member, preferably U-shaped, is press fitted into each hole with a front end portion of each extending outwardly from the trunk. A branch is pivoted on each member by mean ...