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Class Information
Number: D3/239
Name: Travel goods and personal belongings > Carrier or storage container > Handbag or purse > Pivoted cooperating jaws closure
Description: Design that includes symmetrical jaw-type elements that pivot together to close.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
D3/240 With bail-type handle or provision therefor 13


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D685524 Compact mirror Jul. 2, 2013
D591950 Bag May. 12, 2009
D531795 Handbag Nov. 14, 2006
D528788 Handbag Sep. 26, 2006
D525783 Purse Aug. 1, 2006
D522236 Purse Jun. 6, 2006
D519277 Handbag Apr. 25, 2006
D435964 Handbag Jan. 9, 2001
D425298 Handbag and strap design May. 23, 2000
D349191 Combination food and beverage carry bag Aug. 2, 1994
D347323 Purse May. 31, 1994
D342383 Handbag Dec. 21, 1993
D290310 Closure handle for a diver's bag Jun. 16, 1987











 
 
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