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Number: 472/12
Name: Amusement devices > Roundabout > Powered toy type > Article travels over stationary track or platform
Description: Subject matter wherein the object follows a circuitous path along a relatively static, underlying guide rail or floor supporting surface area of the apparatus.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5986189 Music carrousel structure with various dynamic actions Nov. 16, 1999
5617658 Carrousel Apr. 8, 1997
5203743 Ornamental carousel assembly Apr. 20, 1993
5163878 Carousel assembly Nov. 17, 1992
4987787 Transmission mechanism for music box ornament Jan. 29, 1991
4925182 Carousel device May. 15, 1990
4828532 Motorized coil spring amusement device May. 9, 1989
4753436 Carousel mechanism Jun. 28, 1988
4519787 Mechanical toy bull May. 28, 1985
4120099 Apparatus for training the telecontrol of a model helicopter or the like Oct. 17, 1978

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