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Number: 2/260.1
Name: Apparel > General structure > Stiffening or staying > Elongated rodlike elements (e.g., stays) > Materials > Metal > Covered or encased (e.g., coated) > Surface bonded coating
Description: Stays wherein a coating is adhesively or autogenously bonded or secured to the stay.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6440522 Method and device for producing a security element and a corresponding security element Aug. 27, 2002
6019662 Brassiere frame members Feb. 1, 2000
5401203 Method of matching brassiere wire or stay to a brassiere cup Mar. 28, 1995
5219311 Brassiere wire or stay Jun. 15, 1993
4626311 Cloth product having an antitheft device and method of making same Dec. 2, 1986
4169753 Method for automatic shirt collar stay applying Oct. 2, 1979











 
 
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