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Number: 434/297
Name: Education and demonstration > Science > Biology or taxidermy > Specimen display > Specimen enclosure
Description: Subject matter including means for closing in the sample.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8628090 Seashell game Jan. 14, 2014
6561468 Mounting system for displaying a bird May. 13, 2003
6454571 Infant simulator Sep. 24, 2002
6410242 Method for preserving the uniqueness and identity of an individual Jun. 25, 2002
5554035 Bioluminescent algae in light bulb shaped viewing device Sep. 10, 1996
5222458 Apparatus for monitoring moving aquatic organisms Jun. 29, 1993
5135400 Vivarium for ecosystem teaching purposes and recreational observation Aug. 4, 1992
5073115 Teaching - photographic tank Dec. 17, 1991
4723914 Microscopic specimen Feb. 9, 1988
4010554 Anatomical display device and process for preparing and displaying anatomical organ specimens Mar. 8, 1977

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