Reading glasses
United States Patent D798376

Hollinger, Fred (Monroe Township, NJ, US)
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E. MISHAN & SONS, INC. (New York, NY, US)
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International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 1606
Field of Search:
D16/101, D16/300-342, D16/900, D29/109, D29/110, D14/372, D21/483, D21/659-661, 351/41, 351/44, 351/45, 351/46, 351/48, 351/51-52, 351/59, 351/62-65, 351/83, 351/85, 351/92, 351/103-123, 351/140, 351/153, 351/158
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US Patent References:
20170192248PINCE-NEZJuly, 2017Rado
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9081209Universal eyewearJuly, 2015Shalon
9069189Eyewear device and systemJune, 2015Shalon
D726246Bridge for pince nez eyewearApril, 2015ShalonD16/300
D700932EyeglassMarch, 2014YeeD16/325
7748843Watchband eyeglassesJuly, 2010Stewart351/158
20090051868SPECTACLE FRAMEFebruary, 2009Kwan351/137
D585471Reading glassesJanuary, 2009ThompsonD16/302
7117990Credit-card modular two-component wallet-reader setOctober, 2006Sarif206/37
6773106Highly compact molded eyeglasses having an adjustable bridge member providing positional memoryAugust, 2004Herman351/124
6409335Foldable eyewearJune, 2002Lipawsky351/124
6302538Enclosed spring bridge mechanism for clip-on sunglassesOctober, 2001Friedman351/128
D446237Reading glassesAugust, 2001KoevariD16/327
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5920370Adjustable clip-on optical element deviceJuly, 1999Glanzbergh351/128
5748280Rimless eyeglasses having a single wire bridge and removable lensesMay, 1998Herman351/106
D350967Eyewear framesSeptember, 1994CeredaD16/315
5258784Spectacle frameNovember, 1993Baines351/119
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5042934Eyeglasses having special connectionsAugust, 1991Nakanishi351/124
5015087Pince-Nez eyeglassesMay, 1991Baratelli351/65
4924245Resilient nose pad for spectaclesMay, 1990Dianitsch351/136
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2678584Clip-on sunglassesMay, 1954Eyles351/48
2478921Brow engaging eyeglassAugust, 1949Hansen351/71
D130941N/ADecember, 1941CrealeseD16/324
2254637Ophthalmic mountingSeptember, 1941Welsh351/58
2239266Spectacle mountingApril, 1941Epstein351/126
2237352Lens mounting for eyeglassesApril, 1941Krodel351/90
2234729EyeglassesMarch, 1941Montalvo-Guenard351/136
2208103GlassesJuly, 1940Paterson351/106
2140044Center structure for eyeglasses and spectaclesDecember, 1938Beattie351/126
2117384Ophthalmic mountingMay, 1938Wells351/140
2117383Ophthalmic mountingMay, 1938Wells351/140
D106743N/AOctober, 1937TanassoD16/323
2090298Ophthalmic deviceAugust, 1937Krementz351/64
2083999Ophthalmic deviceJune, 1937Krementz2/445
2076293Ophthalmic mountingApril, 1937Colliander351/92
2071058Ophthalmic mounting "oxford"February, 1937Bosworth351/64
2061411Folding oxford eyeglassesNovember, 1936Tanasso351/64
D101661N/AOctober, 1936WellsD16/324
2046708Latch means for folding oxford eyeglassesJuly, 1936Tanasso351/64
2046021EyeglassesJune, 1936Higham351/65
2037581Ophthalmic deviceApril, 1936Krementz351/64
2036591Ophthalmic mountingApril, 1936Marciano351/140
2016685Oxford eyeglassesOctober, 1935Searles351/64
2014092Latch means for folding eyeglassesSeptember, 1935Tanasso351/64
2009012Ophthalmic mountingJuly, 1935Kane351/124
2004445Eyeglasses and the likeJune, 1935Meyer351/65
1978725Housed spring for hinge connections of eyeglass framesOctober, 1934Short351/64
1973126Folding oxford eyeglassesSeptember, 1934Tanasso351/64
1931634Eyeglass frameOctober, 1933Tanasso351/140
1919938Means for securing a metallic bridge to metallic lens rimsJuly, 1933Fielding351/152
1919937Means for securing a metallic bridge to nonmetallic lens rimsJuly, 1933Fielding351/152
1800263Eyeglass constructionApril, 1931Nerney351/126
1737980Eyeglass constructionDecember, 1929Short351/152
1663402Lens mountingMarch, 1928Engel351/126
1635142Eyeglass constructionJuly, 1927Siddall351/65
1559630Eyeglasses and the likeNovember, 1925Leibe351/65
1555458Eyeglass constructionSeptember, 1925Clulee351/139
1537733Ophthalmic mountingMay, 1925Beattey351/65
1517685Ophthalmic mountingDecember, 1924Searles351/65
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0380491N/AApril, 1888Kahn351/71
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0071770N/ADecember, 1867Lomb351/65

Other References:
Glasses. (Design—© Questel). orbit.com. [online PDF] 36 pgs. Print Dates range from Jan. 30, 2013 to Apr. 5, 2017[retrieved on Apr. 25, 2017] https://sobjprd.questel.fr/export/QPTUJ214/pdf2/63b12f9d-4456-437c-9979-4a416d6b6186-221339.pdf.
Primary Examiner:
Hattan, Susan Bennett
Assistant Examiner:
Fast Horse, Marie
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Notaro, Michalos & Zaccaria P.C.

1. The ornamental design for reading glasses, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a front, left, top perspective view of reading glasses showing my design therefor;

FIG. 2 is a front elevational view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a rear elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a bottom plan view thereof.

FIG. 6 is a right side elevational view thereof; and,

FIG. 7 is a left side elevational view thereof.

The broken lines consisting of unevenly sized dashes define the boundary of the claim, which extends to the boundary but does not include the boundary; while the remaining broken line depict portions of the reading glasses form no part of the claim. All broken lines form no part of the claim.