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Number: 211/69.3
Name: Supports: racks > Special article > Article includes elongated portion > Writing implement > Ink supply means and implement support (e.g., penrack), combined > Closure controlling implement support
Description: Device wherein the implement support is so related to a closure for the supply receptacle that the positioning of the implement on the support overcomes the normal tendency (due to, for example, a counterweight or spring means) of the closure to assume the position affording access to the receptacle, and the removal of the implement from the support causes the closure to move according to its normal tendency.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6843015 Bipod for firearms Jan. 18, 2005
4972947 Multiple pen caddy for children and artists Nov. 27, 1990
4773544 Multiple pocket pen holder Sep. 27, 1988











 
 
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