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Number: 472/99
Name: Amusement devices > Rockable animal simulation having rider seat means (e.g., rocking horse, etc.) > Having relatively movable animal part
Description: Amusement device wherein a portion of the body (e.g., the head, tail, etc.), of the rockable animal simulation either moves or is capable of being moved relative to the rest of the body of the simulation.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8454366 Actuated support platform for video system Jun. 4, 2013
7527560 Steerable walking rocking horse May. 5, 2009
6713018 Dry chemical analysis element cartridge Mar. 30, 2004
5328410 Toy riding apparatus Jul. 12, 1994
4988300 Riding simulator Jan. 29, 1991
4957444 Training horse simulator Sep. 18, 1990
4874163 Rocking toy Oct. 17, 1989
4690397 Mechanical horse for children's play Sep. 1, 1987
4079929 Oscillatable base spring mount for toy horse Mar. 21, 1978
3999771 Galloping riding horse Dec. 28, 1976











 
 
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