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Class Information
Number: 472/66
Name: Amusement devices > Illusion or stage device > Pyrotechnic display
Description: Amusement device in which the illusion is effected by a firework or other similar device designed to burn, explode, or otherwise produce a flame so as to produce a spectacular visual effect to an observer.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8590584 Flaming wallet and/or method of making the same Nov. 26, 2013
8523692 Flame barrier, apparatus and method for entertaining guests Sep. 3, 2013
7850533 Flame barrier, apparatus and method for entertaining guests Dec. 14, 2010
7712496 Flaming wallet and/or method of making the same May. 11, 2010
6953401 Apparatus for producing a fire special effect Oct. 11, 2005
6685574 Apparatus for producing a fire special effect using steam Feb. 3, 2004
5769726 Spark generating apparatus Jun. 23, 1998
5545092 Special effects spark generating system Aug. 13, 1996
5393074 Modular electronic gaming system Feb. 28, 1995
5320362 Computer controlled amusement structure Jun. 14, 1994
5163879 Torches for juggling Nov. 17, 1992
4799666 Amusement device having controlled explosive surfaces Jan. 24, 1989
4104741 Novelty hat device Aug. 8, 1978

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