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Johannes W M Smit, Gerard J A Spoorenberg: Magnetic article theft alarm. Castelijn & Beerens Lederwaren, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, April 22, 1986: US04584571 (19 worldwide citation)

A portable alarm device is positioned in a garment, bag or the like to protect valuable articles located therein, such as wallets. The device includes a casing provided with a power source and a circuit fed by said power source, the circuit including at least one magnetically sensitive element, and ...


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Bert Nolte, Siegfried Leonhardt: Process for automatically packaging letter envelopes and mailing wallets into a container and automatic packaging machine for carrying out the process. Otto Ficker, Foley & Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, November 14, 1989: US04879862 (19 worldwide citation)

In the process of packaging letter envelopes and mailing wallets, the packaging batch is counted in the end region of the production machine, and the individual article of the packaging batch corresponding to the specific batch size is at least identified or optionally pushed a certain distance side ...


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Bon S Ong: Combined detachable filing wallet devices. Charles H Thomas, August 19, 2003: US06607122 (19 worldwide citation)

A portable document storage device includes large and small portable file folders or wallets. Each of these file folders has front and back covers and a foldable flap that extends from the back cover and folds over the front cover. Each file folder is provided with accordion pleated side panels that ...


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Ellen Lasch, Lisa Ann Morrill Webb, Priscilla Gandel: Foldable transaction card systems. American Express Travel Related Services Company, McDermott Will & Emery, December 12, 2006: US07147151 (18 worldwide citation)

Transaction cards having one or more folds therein to provide compact and easily stored transaction cards are provided. Moreover, foldable transaction cards are provided having one or more holes or apertures therein for holding key chains, or other devices for attaching the transaction cards to othe ...


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Melvin S Mogil: Pack structure. California Innovations, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, May 29, 2001: US06237776 (18 worldwide citation)

An insulated pack has a main, insulated compartment suitable for holding refreshments at either a warmed or chilled temperature. It also has another compartment for valuables that has receptacles for such objects as cellular telephone handsets, wallets, and keys. It has a reinforced web framework st ...


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Michael Waters: Cards with reading lenses. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 21, 2002: US06390372 (18 worldwide citation)

A reading card is provided including at least one reading lens which is smaller in size than the card member and is carried thereby. The card member has the size of a typical credit card such that it can be readily fit into the sleeve or holder used for these cards in wallets, and the like. Preferab ...


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Dan Inghram: Separate keyholder apparatus and same combined with wallet. Richard C Litman, January 10, 1989: US04796750 (16 worldwide citation)

Combined keyholders and wallets include a plurality of overlying layers forming a currency pocket therebetween and to which is attached at least one key cover having a plurality of cut-outs along opposite edges. A plurality of adjacent key receiving pockets are formed beneath the key cover by altern ...


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Diane Remblad: Combination beach bag and beach mat. Theresa M Seal, June 5, 2007: US07225483 (16 worldwide citation)

A combination beach bag and beach mat for storing and transporting personal items for leisure, camping, travel, vacation, swimming pool and beach going excursions includes an upper storage section having an inner storage cavity for containing a towel and a beach mat therein, and the beach mat integr ...


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James D Tone: Alarm device for wallets and the like. Anthony Asquith & Co, July 23, 1991: US05034724 (16 worldwide citation)

A wallet is disclosed which incorporates an electrical alarm circuit for signalling that e.g. a credit card has not been properly returned to its compartment in the wallet. The electrical current is transferred from compartment to compartment, and from the battery and buzzer portion, by means of con ...


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Everton Davis: Locator apparatus. Matthew J Pierce, March 22, 2005: US06870483 (16 worldwide citation)

A locator apparatus for locating a lost wallet, pocketbook, or a purse is disclosed. Other embodiments of the apparatus could be incorporated into other commonly used items such as purses, sunglasses, keys, etc. The apparatus would be a phone chip and speaker combination that would be incorporated i ...



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