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Number: 446/17
Name: Amusement devices: toys > Having means for forming transitory bubble > Including movably mounted means to dip orificed member into solution > And mouthpiece
Description: Device including a portion adapted to be engaged by the mouth of a person and which directs expelled breath to the thin film of liquid to inflate the bubble.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8123584 Bubble generating assembly Feb. 28, 2012
7086612 Foaming machine Aug. 8, 2006
6688935 Bubble-blowing apparatus Feb. 10, 2004
6408967 Bubble-producing ride-on vehicle Jun. 25, 2002
6345676 Bubble-producing ride-on vehicle Feb. 12, 2002
4955840 Toy sound-emitting and bubble-blowing saxophone Sep. 11, 1990
4867724 Rise and fall type bubble blower Sep. 19, 1989
4861303 Toy bubble pipe with blow air-actuated pivoting animal shaped blowpipe Aug. 29, 1989
4804346 Open mouth blowing bubble toy Feb. 14, 1989
4125959 Soap bubble blowers Nov. 21, 1978











 
 
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