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Number: 281/6
Name: Books, strips, and leaves > Strips > With platen
Description: Comprising hard smooth surfaces, over which the strips pass.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
281/10 Leaf retained 2
281/7 Strip retained 13
281/12 With attaching means 16
281/11 With feed 3

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6656555 Integrated forms and method of making such forms Dec. 2, 2003
6190747 Form with detachable card, support and covering material therefor, and process for producing the same Feb. 20, 2001
5736212 Form with detachable card, support and covering material therefor, and process for producing the same Apr. 7, 1998
4824140 Wrist note pad Apr. 25, 1989
4703953 Note paper dispensing and record retaining device Nov. 3, 1987
3989175 Dispenser for adhesive products Nov. 2, 1976

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