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Number: D2/611
Name: Apparel and haberdashery > Hand or arm covering > Muff
Description: Design for cylindrical unit, open at both ends into which the hands are placed for warmth.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
D2/612 Combined with diverse article 9
D2/613 Simulative 13

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D595928 Sportsman's hand-warming pocket Jul. 14, 2009
D371892 Muff Jul. 23, 1996
5139187 Combination handwarmer, fanny pack and ski carrier Aug. 18, 1992
D313674 Sleeve garment Jan. 8, 1991
4893357 Reversible hand warming muff Jan. 16, 1990
4856112 Powder cuff Aug. 15, 1989
D300984 Muff May. 9, 1989
4759084 Cold-weather hand covering having selectively shaped chemical heating element receiving chamber Jul. 26, 1988
D255505 Two hand mitten Jun. 24, 1980
D254216 Snowmobile muff Feb. 19, 1980

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