Title:
Luminous drawing surface and night light
United States Patent D366280


Inventors:
Henderson, Darryl R. (7443 Little Pond Ct., Orlando, FL, 32810)
Application Number:
29/036307
Publication Date:
01/16/1996
Filing Date:
03/17/1995
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D14/315, D28/83
Field of Search:
D14/100, D14/106, D14/114, D19/35, D19/36, D19/59, D19/60, D19/65, D19/81-84, D21/59, D26/56, D26/58, 362/97-99, 362/33, 362/84, 434/81, 434/85, 434/88, 434/430, D28/64.3, D28/77, D28/78, D28/83
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US Patent References:
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D346793Electronic computerMay, 1994Iino et al.D14/100
D344975Combined portable drawing surface and storage supply unitMarch, 1994TarozziD19/36
5203702Writing board kit having light-sensitive self-illuminating drawing surfaceApril, 1993Wilson
D321175Electronic instrument for reading and displaying from magnetic and optical recording mediums such as floppy disks or the likeOctober, 1991TsuchiyaD19/60
D314980Electronic learning aidFebruary, 1991LeungD19/60
4590381Phosphorescent marking systemMay, 1986Mendelson
D278918Portable light boxMay, 1985MorchelesD19/52
D277418Hair curler setJanuary, 1985Henrich, Jr. et al.D28/83
D271027Portable light tableOctober, 1983TrippD19/52
D260305Lighted traveling mirrorMay, 1981MacGregor et al.D28/83
4195431Graphic displays employing electroluminescent panelsApril, 1980Neufeld
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D214279N/AMay, 1969SchoenfieldD19/52



Foreign References:
WO/1993/014943August, 1993LUMINESCENT DISPLAY AND COPYING APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR USING SAME
Primary Examiner:
Thompson, Martie
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Litman, Richard C.
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a luminous drawing surface and night light, asshown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a front perspective view of a luminous drawing surface and night light showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a rear perspective view thereof in a closed position;

FIG. 3 is a front elevational view of FIG. 1 with the top view being a mirror image thereof;

FIG. 4 is a rear elevational view with the bottom view being a mirror image thereof; and,

FIG. 5 is a left side elevational view with the right side being a mirror image thereof.