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Number: 5/104
Name: Beds > Cradles > Spring supported
Description: Cradles mounted for swaying on springs.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8484776 Cradle Jul. 16, 2013
8464372 Leg assembly for infant enclosure Jun. 18, 2013
7404220 Bed frame with an elastically suspended mattress support Jul. 29, 2008
7020914 Swing type baby bed Apr. 4, 2006
5729844 Portable baby sleeping swing Mar. 24, 1998
5673445 Bed frame Oct. 7, 1997
5615428 Elastic cradle Apr. 1, 1997
5511258 Baby cradle Apr. 30, 1996
5445585 Spring housing and spreader assembly Aug. 29, 1995
5097545 Spring supported, hammock type infant cradle Mar. 24, 1992
4977631 Trucker's bed Dec. 18, 1990
4713851 Bed or bunk torsion spring suspension system Dec. 22, 1987











 
 
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