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Number: D2/883
Name: Apparel and haberdashery > Headwear > With sun shade visor > And flexible and expansible hair retainer portion (e.g., net, snood, etc.)
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D572438 Rear panel with hairnet for ponytail cap Jul. 8, 2008
D417544 Cigar cap Dec. 14, 1999
D405590 Pony tail cap Feb. 16, 1999
D394738 Cap with side panels Jun. 2, 1998
D394737 Cap Jun. 2, 1998
D385658 Hair pocket Oct. 28, 1997
D375188 Cap Nov. 5, 1996
D336763 Convertible visor cap Jun. 29, 1993
D328179 Inflatable cap or the like Jul. 28, 1992
D311992 Golf cap Nov. 13, 1990
D298481 Cap Nov. 15, 1988
D290061 Expandable chef's hat Jun. 2, 1987
D278381 Inflatable dome hat Apr. 16, 1985
4378606 Rain hat Apr. 5, 1983
D243564 Head covering Mar. 8, 1977











 
 
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