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Number: 248/240.1
Name: Supports > Brackets > Shelf or scaffold type > Swinging or folding > Stored in housing
Description: Device wherein the wall is provided with a recess or receptacle and the shelf is movable into the recess to a nonuse position.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8382052 Flat-screen television mounting methods and apparatus Feb. 26, 2013
6450468 Sliding drawer device for vehicle Sep. 17, 2002
6263867 Storage apparatus Jul. 24, 2001
5513910 Storage compartment for a refrigerator May. 7, 1996
4892281 Generic beverage container holder Jan. 9, 1990
4832300 Rotating base with pull-out system May. 23, 1989
4738423 Generic beverage container holder Apr. 19, 1988
4632457 Collapsible seat Dec. 30, 1986
4471411 Vehicle body taillamp assembly Sep. 11, 1984
4087127 Seating unit for a bath tub, shower stall or the like May. 2, 1978











 
 
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