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Number: 44/511
Name: Fuel and related compositions > Match splint or stick
Description: Subject matter in which the composition comprises a hand-manipulable fuel object suitable for bearing an ignition device or surface.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
44/512 Process of making 11

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6680029 Incense match Jan. 20, 2004
6613289 Incense match Sep. 2, 2003
5865862 Match design with burn preventative safety stem construction and selectively impregnable scenting composition means Feb. 2, 1999
4205958 Method for the manufacture of matches Jun. 3, 1980
4108611 Plastic fuel, products made therefrom and a novel method for starting and promoting fires using the fuel Aug. 22, 1978
4072473 Self-extinguishing match and method of manufacture Feb. 7, 1978
4060434 Match-head compositions Nov. 29, 1977

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