Title:
Folding room divider
United States Patent D330646


Inventors:
Maas, Paul (1387 Woodland La., Riverwoods, IL, 60015)
Application Number:
07/598443
Publication Date:
11/03/1992
Filing Date:
10/15/1990
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D06/332, D25/58
Field of Search:
D25/49, D25/138, D25/58, D6/332, D6/429, D6/438, D6/509, D6/396, 312/1, 312/4-6, 312/246-247, 312/257.7-259, 312/297, 52/27, 52/29, 52/76, 52/243.1, 52/207
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US Patent References:
4932172Portable room dividerJune, 1990Maas312/297
4569163Modular unit adapted for medical useFebruary, 1986Long52/36
4478467Portable workshopOctober, 1984Tyndall312/258
4192106Modular elements for composing disassemblable walls, cabinets, writing-desks or other pieces of furnitureMarch, 1980Hell52/36
4161850Room dividerJuly, 1979Peterson et al.52/65
4082388Collapsible display boothApril, 1978Goeglein312/258
3866365EXPANDABLE SPACE ENCLOSURE INCLUDING APPARATUS FOR ERECTING AND RETRACTING SAMEFebruary, 1975Honigman52/70
3629982PORTABLE FOLDABLE SHELTERDecember, 1971Ballay52/69
3559814FOLDING TABLE-TOP DISPLAYFebruary, 1971Downing312/258
3534512COLLAPSIBLE SHELTEROctober, 1970Ballas52/67
3402515Folding multi-storeyed buildingsSeptember, 1968Rainaut52/64
3387413Convertible building constructionJune, 1968Huey52/69
3330611Mobile bulk-storage compartment cartsJuly, 1967Heifetz312/297
2870459Folding furnitureJanuary, 1959ZabielskiD6/429
2162523Air conditioning apparatusJune, 1939Blood et al.312/1
1731327Closing arrangement for individual motor-vehicle sheltersOctober, 1929Terrisse
1410225Store fixtureMarch, 1922Seaman
0756091N/AMarch, 1904Altick



Primary Examiner:
Word, Hugo A.
Assistant Examiner:
Clark, Doris
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Quarles & Brady
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a folding room divider, as shown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a side perspective view of a folding room divider, showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a front elevational view thereof, the rear elevational view being a mirror image thereof;

FIG. 3 is a right end elevational view thereof, the left end elevational view being a mirror image thereof;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a top perspective view thereof shown with the panels in an extended position; and,

FIG. 6 is a side perspective view of a second embodiment of a folding room divider showing my new design.