Partially transparent card with opaque machine-readable and signature-receiving stripes
United States Patent D408054

Leedy Jr., Michael James (Pittsburgh, PA)
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Retail Royalty Company (Las Vegas, NV)
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D20/10, D20/22, D20/27, D20/40, D20/42, D19/9, D19/10, D19/65, D19/99, D19/100, 283/76, 283/82, 283/83, 283/109, 283/904, 235/487, 235/488, 235/449, 235/493, 40/365, 40/625
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US Patent References:
5700037Security improved cardDecember, 1997Keller283/109
5601931Object to be checked for authenticity and a method for manufacturing the sameFebruary, 1997Hoshino et al.283/82
5090736Multi-sheet laminated identification card with tamper resistant, ultrasonic weldmentsFebruary, 1992Minkus283/77
4856857Transparent reflection-typeAugust, 1989Takeuchi et al.350/3.6
4711690Method for making an identification card having features for testing in incident and transmitted lightDecember, 1987Haghiri-Tehrani156/309.6
4707593Visible image magnetic cardNovember, 1987Murata et al.235/487
D290136Transaction cardJune, 1987Ball et al.D19/9
3902262Identification and/or credit card with flush mounted panelsSeptember, 1975Colegrove et al.283/82

Primary Examiner:
Holtje, Martie K.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Wood, Herron & Evans, L.L.P.
1. The ornamental design for a partially transparent card with opaquemachine-readable and signature-receiving stripes, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a top plan view of a partially transparent card with opaque machine-readable and signature-receiving stripes showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a bottom plan view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a front elevational view thereof, the rear vew being identical thereto; and,

FIG. 4 is a right side elevational view thereof, the left side being identical thereto.