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Class Information
Number: D2/868
Name: Apparel and haberdashery > Headwear > Bathing, shower, or protective occupational-type (i.e., surgical, food handling, etc.) > Simulative
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D675402 Swimming cap with integrated wig Feb. 5, 2013
D629179 Head apparel Dec. 21, 2010
D619787 Head apparel Jul. 20, 2010
D593729 Hat Jun. 9, 2009
7017196 Hat device Mar. 28, 2006
D336970 Hat Jul. 6, 1993
D323241 Shower cap Jan. 21, 1992
D268965 Inflatable, swimming cap, or similar article May. 17, 1983
D259148 Nurse's headwear May. 12, 1981
D259147 Nurse's headwear May. 12, 1981
D259071 Nurse's headwear May. 5, 1981
D258696 Nurse's headwear Mar. 31, 1981
D258395 Wig rain cap Mar. 3, 1981











 
 
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