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Class Information
Number: 256/59
Name: Fences > Rail
Description: Fences composed of structural uprights and individual structural runner members or rails either permanently or removably attached to the uprights or posts in the erection of the fence. Posts particularly adapted for the reception of rails are classified in subclasses hereunder.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
256/60 Angle 33
256/64 Braced 74
256/65.01 Connection 150
256/62 Tied 2


Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
3977654 Stanchion Aug. 31, 1976
3975000 Prefabricated balustrade with means for connection of balusters to a rail Aug. 17, 1976
3972639 Pipe coupling Aug. 3, 1976
3955800 Railing structure May. 11, 1976
3955799 Protective railing device May. 11, 1976
3952453 Safety barrier Apr. 27, 1976
3950803 Boat stanchion Apr. 20, 1976
3938619 Stanchion Feb. 17, 1976
3931700 Surfaces produced by interlocking members Jan. 13, 1976

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