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Number: 472/127
Name: Amusement devices > Body-supporting simulated log-rolling device (i.e., birling device)
Description: Amusement device comprising a means specifically intended to be an imitative representation of a length of tree trunk, and wherein the tree trunk representation means is horizontally disposed and is capable of supporting the weight of a person in standing position thereon and is further capable of being rotated about its longitudinal axis by the feet of the person while the person is supported thereon.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8651972 Artificial sport log Feb. 18, 2014
5334100 Safe birling Aug. 2, 1994
4281830 Log roll article Aug. 4, 1981
4073504 Amusement device Feb. 14, 1978
3995852 Teeter board device Dec. 7, 1976
3953024 Water tumbler and roller float Apr. 27, 1976











 
 
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