Telephone keypad
United States Patent D364170

Tobish, John J. (1052 Earl St., St. Paul, MN, 55106)
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D14/137, D14/138, D14/140, D14/142, D14/149-151, D14/101, D14/107, D14/240, D14/241, D14/144, D14/153, D14/244, D14/247, 379/419, 379/420, 379/428, 379/440, 379/433-436, 379/368-370, D18/7
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US Patent References:
D337570Combined telephone computer and keyboardJuly, 1993Bevilacqua et al.D14/144
D334384TelephoneMarch, 1993NyeD14/142
D315721Combined telephone, computer and modemMarch, 1991WrightD14/107
D307141Telephone setApril, 1990Raggi et al.D14/241
D280099Telephone keypad for a combined radio, clock and telephone setAugust, 1985ToppD14/247
D273787Calculator telephoneMay, 1984Matthews, IIID14/101
D270910Telephone cover deviceOctober, 1983MorseD14/247
D246308Illuminated telephone dialNovember, 1977ScantlinD14/247
3194893Automatic operating device for pushbutton telephonesJuly, 1965AuelD14/151
D153927N/AMay, 1949Dreyfuss et al.D14/149

Other References:
1985 B. A. Pargh Catalog, p. 244, 2nd from bottom right, 2502BG Basic Desk Phone.
Primary Examiner:
Asch, Jeffrey
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Tate, Thomas B.
1. The ornamental design for a telephone keypad, as described and shown.


The FIGURE is a top, front, and left side perspective view of a telephone keypad showing my new design, the rear and right side being mirror images of the front and left side respectively.

The broken line showing of a telephone set is for illustrative purposes only and forms no part of the claimed design.