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Title:
Accordion file with erasable backing
United States Patent D405832
Inventors:
Bolden, Rita H. (5558 B St. SE., Washington, DC, 20019)
Application Number:
D/090251
Publication Date:
02/16/1999
Filing Date:
07/02/1998
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D03/303, D19/75, D19/86, D19/91
Field of Search:
D3/303, D19/26, D19/27, D19/32, D19/33, D19/65, D19/75, D19/86, D19/90, D19/91, D19/99, D19/100, 229/68.1, 229/67.1, 229/67.3, 229/67.4, 229/70, 229/71, 229/72, 229/928, 229/929, 493/917, 493/220, 493/918, 493/947, 312/184, 281/28, 281/45
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US Patent References:
5676466Multiple-use shipping bagOctober, 1997Lindenbeck
5648143Heat resistant adhesives for adhering mailer windowsJuly, 1997Mehta et al.
D379198EnvelopeMay, 1997DowdaD19/3
5342467Method of fabricating a five-piece expanding pocketAugust, 1994Corey493/918
5285952Document folderFebruary, 1994Ho281/28
5226676File folderJuly, 1993Su
4934587Document processing envelopeJune, 1990McNabb229/71
4867319Drawer organizer with removable sections and blank thereforSeptember, 1989Arner et al.312/184
4638940Combined form for visual matter, written descriptions and mailing envelopesJanuary, 1987Skokos et al.
4535930Overnight letter envelopeAugust, 1985Ward
4274577Expansion filing containerJune, 1981Walsh, Jr.229/67.3
1968165Method of making expanding wallets, files, and portfoliosJuly, 1934Olm493/220
1956325Expanding file pocket and walletApril, 1934Hart229/67.3
0757596N/AApril, 1904Bushnell, Jr.229/67.3
Foreign References:
FR1115530April, 1956
FR2450204September, 1980
Primary Examiner:
Thompson, Martie
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Litman, Richard C.
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a accordion file with erasable backing, as shownand described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an accordion file with erasable backing showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a right side elevational view with the left side being a mirror image thereof;

FIG. 3 is a front elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a rear elevational view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a top view thereof; and,

FIG. 6 is a bottom view thereof.