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Gerald Yablans, David C Miller: Multi-package adjustable shelf display dispenser. P O P Displays, Nolte Nolte and Hunter, March 2, 1993: US05190186 (152 worldwide citation)

A display comprising a package pusher operated by coiled springs and slidable along guides to push packages forward on a shelf. The guides are adjustably laterally movable in a feed structure to accommodate packages of varied size. The feed structure includes front and rear brackets connected to eac ...


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Timothy L Mason: Display shelf. New Dimensions Research Corporation, Collard & Roe P C, December 2, 2008: US07458473 (131 worldwide citation)

A display shelf for displaying a plurality of items of merchandise includes a tray having a base, a front portion, a rear portion, a first side, a second side, and a track disposed on the base. A first side member slidably engaging the first side of the tray and a second side member slidable engages ...


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John P Yatsko: Display shelf organizer. Jameson Pharmaceutical, Donald C Feix, T M Freiburger, October 4, 1988: US04775058 (116 worldwide citation)

A display shelf dividing and labeling assembly includes a plurality of divider strips which extend back to divide the display space on a shelf, connected to a front base member overhanging the front edge of the shelf. The divider strips are slidably received in the front base member to lock them in ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, November 15, 2005: US06964235 (109 worldwide citation)

An integrated “T” assembly (500) combines into a single integrated assembly, a track portion along both sides of a divider (504). The T assembly may have a wide-base portion (518), which may include a spring-urged-pusher track, on one side of the divider and a narrow-base portion (520) on the opposi ...


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David K Ninni: Partitioning device. Wright Tool Company, D Peter Hochberg, Mark Kusner, Louis J Weisz, January 21, 1992: US05082125 (109 worldwide citation)

A display shelf for use in an article display unit having a bottom surface, side surfaces, a pair of support members disposed along the side surfaces and at least one partition for partitioning the display shelf into a plurality of compartments, each partition including a middle portion and two supp ...


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James D Robertson: Pusher mechanism for a merchandising display shelf. Display, John L James, February 25, 2003: US06523703 (97 worldwide citation)

A pusher apparatus pushes articles on a shelf in a display case forward when the front article is removed. The pusher apparatus has a partition panel dividing the shelf into first and second segments. The partition panel has front and rear end portions, first and second top rails, and first and seco ...


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Jo A Merit, Jeff L Harlan: Method and apparatus for selective engagement of shelf divider structures within a shelf management system. Jo A Merit, William Merit, MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, Alan H MacPherson, July 8, 2008: US07395938 (94 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for selectively engaging and securing an array of shelf dividers to a mounting device which is securable to a display shelf. In the first form a divider is characterized by a divider structure having an elongated vertical wall and elongated horizontal base that operates to divid ...


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David R Thalenfeld: Product pusher. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, August 3, 2004: US06769552 (94 worldwide citation)

A product pusher device comprising an elongated guide track and a pusher sled slidably guided along the track for urging product packages forwardly on a display shelf. The pusher sled incorporates a housing for containing a coiled strip spring element. The end extremity of the spring is anchored at ...


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Roger W Mathews: Extensible display shelf. Tusco Partnership, Donald R Fraser, February 8, 2000: US06021908 (87 worldwide citation)

A shelf assembly for displaying produce such as prepackaged salads wherein the shelf assembly includes at least two panels and two telescoping arms. The panels are movably supported by the arms with one of the panels at least partially overlapping the other panel. Each of the panels is provided with ...


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David Breslow: Display shelf organizer. RTC, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, December 15, 1987: US04712694 (86 worldwide citation)

A shelf organizer assembly comprising but two elements, each of which is integrally molded, preferably of clear plastic materials. One element is an L-shaped rail member having a horizontal foot connectable to a shelf and a vertical rail leg. The rail leg has integrally formed rails to provide a cha ...