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Class Information
Number: D7/390
Name: Equipment for preparing or serving food or drink not elsewhere specified > Element or attachment > Toaster
Description: Design for heating or crisping sliced bread or similar type pastry.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D584917 Toaster grill Jan. 20, 2009
D553905 Toaster tray Oct. 30, 2007
D548004 Toaster tray Aug. 7, 2007
D543775 Toaster tray Jun. 5, 2007
D538585 Carriage lever handle for toaster Mar. 20, 2007
D509404 Lever for a toaster Sep. 13, 2005
D472760 Toaster cover Apr. 8, 2003
D452112 Toaster Dec. 18, 2001
D430988 Toaster end panels Sep. 19, 2000
D426106 Toaster base portion Jun. 6, 2000
D416753 Pair of toaster end panels Nov. 23, 1999
D409438 Pair of toaster end panels May. 11, 1999
D398475 Toast carriage handle Sep. 22, 1998
D391805 Toaster window Mar. 10, 1998
D384858 Sandwich holder Oct. 14, 1997
D333589 Toaster cover Mar. 2, 1993
D329571 Electric toaster base Sep. 22, 1992
D302367 Microwave plate cover Jul. 25, 1989
D282045 Combined toaster cover and base Jan. 7, 1986
D247413 Holder for a bread toaster Mar. 7, 1978

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