Combined vehicle sun visor and cellular telephone unit
United States Patent D294495

Nissley, Harvey (Grosse Ile, MI)
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Palett, Anthony P. (Farmington Hills, MI)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
296/97.5, 381/86, 455/550.1, D12/191
Field of Search:
D14/59, D14/60, D14/62, 379/419, 379/381, D19/87, D12/190, D12/191, 296/97B, 296/97C
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US Patent References:
D278996Vanity mirror with hinged cover for attachment to the sun visor of an automobileMay, 1985CheungD12/191
4491899Visor cover assemblyJanuary, 1985Fleming296/97B
D272077Telephone indexJanuary, 1984HolmD19/87
4391053Visor picture frameJuly, 1983Anthony296/970
4362907Combination automobile sun visor and radio and speaker assemblyDecember, 1982Polacsek296/97B
D262120Memorandum registerDecember, 1981HolmD19/87
D250109Telephone set baseOctober, 1978Genaro et al.D14/4
4056696Flat panel telephone station setNovember, 1977Meyerle et al.379/419
4000404Visor illuminated mirrorDecember, 1976Marcus296/97B
3016262Automobile sun visor accessoryJanuary, 1962HuntD12/191
2970864Auxiliary sun visor for motor vehiclesFebruary, 1961McCann, Jr.296/97C
2941839Glare shield assembly for attachment to automobile sun visorJune, 1960PendleburyD12/191
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2707072Article holder for sun visorsApril, 1955SimsD12/191
D168707N/AJanuary, 1953PavenickD12/191
2547101Automobile vanity kitApril, 1951Uttz296/97C
2517872Dual-purpose sun visorAugust, 1950Hamel291/97C
D157425N/AFebruary, 1950Piwczynski et al.D12/191
2278011Paper pack holderMarch, 1942Murdock296/97C
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Foreign References:
DE3009483September, 1981381/86
Other References:
B. A. Pargh, Co. Inc. Catalog .COPYRGT.1985; p. 256, "Uniden" Model XE-70; p. 295, DEX-A-Phons, #842.
Primary Examiner:
Burke, Wallace R.
Assistant Examiner:
Fay, Horace B.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Rhodes, And Boller
1. The ornamental design for combined vehicle sun visor and cellular telephoneunit, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a front perspective view of a combinative vehicle sun visor and cellular telephone unit showing my new design with the front door in closed position;

FIG. 2 is a similar front perspective view thereof with the hinged door in open position;

FIG. 3 is a right side elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a rear elevational view thereof with the rear door of the unit in closed position;

FIG. 5 is a rear elevational view thereof with the rear door of the unit in open position; and

FIG. 6 is a partial left side and front perspective view thereof with the front door in open position.