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Number: 132/280
Name: Toilet > Hair device > Hair fastener > Clip or hairpin > Hairpin having plural prongs (e.g., bobby pin)
Description: Device wherein the means for holding the hair includes two thin rod or pick-like portions adapted to be inserted into the hair.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
132/281 And third prong, discrete retainer, or opener 5
132/284 Contacting prongs 5
132/283 Crossed prongs 3


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6609525 Hair coil with holding pin Aug. 26, 2003
6460547 Hair pin Oct. 8, 2002
6012467 Ponytail threader Jan. 11, 2000
5735295 Hair adornment having hair clip Apr. 7, 1998
5682908 Hairpin Nov. 4, 1997
5566690 Hair clip Oct. 22, 1996
5345956 Hair pin for use in connection with a hair styling tool Sep. 13, 1994
5285800 Permanent wave apparatus and process for curling hair Feb. 15, 1994
5271421 Hair retaining device Dec. 21, 1993
5251650 Hair pin for a hair styling tool Oct. 12, 1993











 
 
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