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Class Information
Number: D2/735
Name: Apparel and haberdashery > Garment > Swimwear, exercise outfit, or shorts > With skirt or front panel
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Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
D2/736 Two-piece-type 1


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D701675 Swimsuit Apr. 1, 2014
D693542 Swimsuit Nov. 19, 2013
D679071 Swimsuit Apr. 2, 2013
D583128 Swimsuit Dec. 23, 2008
D544678 Swimsuit Jun. 19, 2007
D503513 Garment Apr. 5, 2005
D493944 Bathing suit Aug. 10, 2004
D467704 Bath apparel Dec. 31, 2002
D434545 Lower body golf garment Dec. 5, 2000
D388938 Combined skirt and shorts Jan. 13, 1998
D352594 Turtleneck top for a skating outfit Nov. 22, 1994
D352577 Garment for female canines Nov. 15, 1994
4771478 Towel and garment means Sep. 20, 1988
D262836 Bathing suit Feb. 2, 1982
D262835 Bathing suit Feb. 2, 1982
D249097 Convertible skirt and short pants garment or the like Aug. 29, 1978











 
 
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