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Improvements in or relating to protective book covers. Arthur James Wells, December 10, 1952: GB683885-A (8 worldwide citation)

683,885. Loose covers for books. WELLS, A. J. April 26, 1950. [March 22, 1949] No. 7691/49. Class 16. In a protective book cover comprising two wallet-like parts adapted to constitute pockets for accommodating respectively the front and back covers proper of a book and which are interconnected by a ...


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No title available. December 29, 1972: GB1301501-A (8 worldwide citation)

1301501 Wallets WILLIAM W CLELAND Ltd 14 Dec 1971 [17 Sept 1970] 44342/70 Heading A4G [Also in Division B8] A packaging device comprises a base portion 2, edgewise extensions of the base portion forming article retaining means 8 and cover means 10, the article retaining means lying over the base por ...


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Cynthia DeMichele: Wearable display wallet and method of use thereof. Schmeiser Olsen & Watts, November 10, 2009: US07614434 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates generally to wallets, and more particularly to wallets useful for organizing, carrying, and displaying essential items. The wallet disclosed herein is a wearable display wallet that includes a fastening device for releasably retaining the wallet in a closed configuration and a ...


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Ellen Lasch, Lisa Ann Morrill Webb, Priscilla Gandel: Foldable transaction card systems. American Express Travel Related Services Company, Snell & Wilmer L, June 10, 2008: US07383989 (7 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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Chip E Thomson, Glen E Clifton, Michael C Lah, Lauren S Brenneman, Joseph B Wieck: Devices for holding paper, cards, and wallets. beza, Fulbright & Jaworski L, October 17, 2006: US07120970 (7 worldwide citation)

Devices for holding paper, cards, and/or wallets. One device has a clip with two ends and a leverage bump; and an arm pivotally coupled to each end. One of the arms contacts the leverage bump when the clip is opened. Another device includes a clip having a receiving portion and a holding portion. Th ...


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Barry H Grayson, Martin C Shanker: Removable wallet inserts for storing and protecting photographs. Hopgood Calimafde Kalil & Judlowe, August 22, 2000: US06105298 (7 worldwide citation)

A removable insert which is used to frame and protect personal photographs and the like for use in conventional wallets.


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Bryce Robert Gunderman, Robert Dale Gunderman: Cover plate with integral shelf. Patent Technologies, October 12, 2010: US07812257 (7 worldwide citation)

A cover plate for covering a wall box mounted wiring device such as an electrical receptacle. The cover plate includes an attachment member for covering the wall box opening, at least one opening for at least one wiring device, and a shelf attached to the attachment member. The shelf may also have a ...


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Dulout Roger: Method for the production of a multi-pocket card wallet and card wallet thus produced. Aquitaine Ind Plastique, March 8, 1985: FR2551330-A3 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for the manufacture of a multiple-pocket card wallet having the form of a diary and the card wallets thus obtained. This method is characterised in that, on a strip 1 of flexible and foldable sheet material, a series of parallel grooving lines 2 is made, transverse ...


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Jerrold K Emmons: Object retrieval device used in water. Richard C Litman, December 25, 2001: US06332819 (6 worldwide citation)

A water retrieval device that is attached to a valuable item to prevent that item from sinking and being lost in muddy or deep water. The device may be in the shape of a latex fish, which contains chemicals that react with the surrounding water that is drawn into the device. Once the device and the ...



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