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Class Information
Number: 281/19.2
Name: Books, strips, and leaves > Book, element thereof, or accessory therefor > Removable cover > Loop engaging
Description: A book including at least one structure which is or which resembles a closed or substantially closed ring, coil, or any other closed or substantially closed loop by which the body of the book may be releasably secured to the cover.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7793986 Structure for book cover Sep. 14, 2010
7665924 Back plate and file cover for ring binder Feb. 23, 2010
7487999 Personalized repetitive language kit and process Feb. 10, 2009
7096544 Wrap-it Aug. 29, 2006
6997480 Cord lock device for books and the like Feb. 14, 2006
5836711 Ring notebook adapter Nov. 17, 1998
4680681 Integral book cover and reading light Jul. 14, 1987











 
 
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