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Number: 84/472
Name: Music > Accessories > Teaching devices > Charts or boards > Easel type
Description: Devices adapted to stand vertically and others of analogous construction and use.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7326845 Music stand device and musical instrument having the musical stand device Feb. 5, 2008
6802485 Two-piece music stand accessory for large books Oct. 12, 2004
6491277 Music holding device for a piano Dec. 10, 2002
6414230 Jazz drumming ride pattern flip chart tool Jul. 2, 2002
6050536 Music support and turning aid Apr. 18, 2000
4464971 Musical education display apparatus Aug. 14, 1984
4444083 Keyboard instrument, especially a piano or similar instrument Apr. 24, 1984
3978756 Guitar instruction system Sep. 7, 1976











 
 
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