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Gregory R Lisciandro, Stephanie C Lisciandro: Childcare vest. August 22, 2000: US06105170 (17 worldwide citation)

A childcare vest is comprised of a central portion and first and second wing portions, each having, inner and outer surfaces. A first plurality of pockets is fixed to the outer surface of the wing portions where individual pockets are sized to accommodate childcare items, including baby bottles, ute ...


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Robert Gerald Kushner: Personal article holder with insert display. Stuart A Whittington, Squire Sanders & Dempsey L, May 20, 2003: US06564432 (17 worldwide citation)

A holder for personal articles such as eyeglasses and sunglasses and the like includes: (i) a clamping body with a transparent window for displaying provided inserts, and (ii) a clip portion attached to the clamping body for attaching the holder to clothing, accessories, automobile visors and other ...


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Sean Patrick O Mahony: Holding device. August 18, 1998: US05794312 (15 worldwide citation)

A holder for eyeglasses and the like is provided. The holder is designed to be attached to articles of clothing, clothing accessories, automobile visors, or other areas whereby it is available for conveniently receiving and retaining a pair of eyeglasses. The eyeglass holder desirably can be rotated ...


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Antonio Costa: Fastening clip for jewelry, handbags, etc.. Cost Cast S R L, Bucknam and Archer, December 26, 2006: US07152282 (14 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a fastener for clips to be applied to jewelry and costume jewelry products and to clothing accessories, bags and the like. The fastener utilizes a mechanical device actuated through the action of magnets. According to one arrangement, the mobile components of the clip, shaped subs ...


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Chris Lipper: Promotional hang-tag with integral removable tattoo. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, July 7, 1998: US05776586 (13 worldwide citation)

A hang-tag for clothing and the like that includes an integral removable tattoo for promotional purposes. The integral tattoo is formed on a multi-layer-paper backing that is attached to the hang-tag by special pressure sensitive adhesive. The tattoo also includes a water soluble slip layer, a water ...


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Cin Kim: Method and apparatus for displaying clothing and clothing accessories. Peacock Apparel Group, Leason Ellis, March 10, 2009: US07500559 (11 worldwide citation)

A display unit for combining a first and second fabric fashion accessory such as a necktie includes a substrate having first and second panels arranged along an axis, a fold at the union of the first and second panels, a first hole disposed proximate to or at the fold in the substrate, and a securem ...


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Sean Patrick O Mahony: Eyeglass holder. October 24, 2000: US06134753 (11 worldwide citation)

A holder for eyeglasses and the like is provided. The holder is designed to be attached to articles of clothing, clothing accessories, automobile visors, or other areas whereby it is available for conveniently receiving and retaining a pair of eyeglasses. The eyeglass holder desirably can be rotated ...


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Sean Patrick O&apos Mahony: Retaining clip. July 22, 2003: US06594865 (11 worldwide citation)

A retaining clip for holding paper, garments, and other objects is provided. Also, the retaining clip is designed to attach to a portable device (or non-portable) and receive articles of clothing, clothing accessories, automobile visors, or other areas whereby it is available for conveniently receiv ...


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Francoise E L Mitchell: Article storage and display device. Tidy Chain, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, September 1, 1987: US04690288 (9 worldwide citation)

A storage device for the storage and/or display of articles such as toys, tools, clothing, accessories, includes at least one strand member such as a chain suspended from one end to hang vertically. The chain has a plurality of fasteners attached thereto. Each fastener includes releasable gripping j ...


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Sherrie D Rice: Clothing accessories storage rack. Kennedy Davis & Kennedy, September 29, 1998: US05813547 (7 worldwide citation)

A rotatable shoe rack for visible and readily accessible storage of a plurality of clothing accessories such as shoes, ties, scarves and belts, comprising a pair of opposing base plates, having slotted channels which receive flexible belts that define a plurality of sockets. Respective distal ends o ...



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