1600.00 I know that's on the 870 and what else i don't know but it's unlikely any Remington shotgun will bring that amount
If you decrease the size of a page's margins, you will decrease theamount of data that can be printed on the page.
There is no specific patent number for the mailbox.
A patent has been applied for but not yet granted.
The reflecting telescope was invented by Sir Isaac Newton in theearly 1600s. This was before there was a patent office, and nopatent exists on the reflecting telescope as such. The Dobsonianmount is a popular alt azimuth mount for reflecting telescopes,created by John Dobson in the 1960s. He...
To encourage inventors, by making it possible for them to make money from their ideas and inventions.
That patent date was used by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co, but I can't find 376 listed as a Stevens or Savage model number. Could have been made for a hardware store or mail order business and marked with the model number requested by the retailer.
Doritos were patented in 1966.
There is no specific Patent Law School. However in America onceyoudo 4 years of Undergrad (Bachelors) and get admitted to a lawschool of your choice in JD Juris Doctorate Program you will spendfour years studying law. In your third year you will be able to select elective courses andyou can chose to...
For Registering a trademark see related link. For filing a patent see related link.
1954 -- just google pat. numbers then go to first listing
I strongly counsel against taking any advice given on this site as a substitute for a legally binding opinion. Added: You should contact an attorney practiced in this particular specialty area of the law and ask for a consultation. In the meantime (if you are in the US) you should also contact the...
Ancient Romans - and Scythians - used a scythe for mowing lawns at times. I found no year of origin, though. Edwin Budding in 1830 patented the reel type lawn mower, which is purely mechanical. The only thing I could find on the gas powered types more familiar nowadays was that according to...
In 1908, U.S. Patent 887,357 for a wireless telephone was issued to Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Kentucky. He applied this patent to "cave radio" telephones and not directly to cellular telephony as the term is currently understood. A patent for the first wireless phone as we know today was...
They do, depending on what it is it can be from 10 to 25 years
Many items will have the patent number printed on or in them; patents are also searchable through Google.
She got it for here vacuum ice cream freezer
TRIPS agreement (applies to drugs after 1989) gives 20 year protection. Prior to that it was 16 years. In many jurisdictions, pharmaceutical patents are elegible for patent term extension. For example, in USA, a patentee can get an extension of up to 5 years for a specific product o process (not...
I believe so, because there are international treaties that must be recognized.
Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati 9.5 years from India is the youngest patent holder in India for inventing Circular chess for 2,3,4,6 players. He is also the youngest disabled Patent holder of the world. Youngest disabled in the world to get patent despite suffering from fatal disease .
Imagine a kid...
Simply add the text "Patent Pending" to the product or service which is a pending patent covers. Optionally, include the pending application number at the corresponding patent office. In the USPTO, the application number is formatted like this xx/xxx,xxx.
On December 1999 to treat a 90 percent diameter stenosis lesionlocated in the proximal right coronary artery (RCA).ÃAt necropsy,there was a 60 percent cross-sectional area of luminal narrowing ofthe RCA proximal to the stent. The stented segment was widelypatent and well healed.
"...to restate the law of copyright, with amendments; to make fresh provision as to the rights of performers and others in performances; to confer a design right in original designs; to amend the Registered Designs Act 1949; to make provision with respect to patent agents and trade mark agents; to...
A leadholder-type pencil that the company called the "Stop Gauge" Pencil. There were 2 patents in 1879: number 213,569, issued on March 25, and number 215,521, issued on May 20. Both were issued to Joseph Hoffman.
I have a colt pt fa mfg co hartford ct usa 15374 SHOT GUN. I'mreally not sure what I have, need help. Thanks. Terry Martin
Movies are protected by copyright. Inventions are protected by patents.
The portable fire extinguisher was not invented or patented in 1872. In 1813, British army captain George Manby created the first known portable fire extinguisher: a two-foot-tall copper cylinder that held 3 gallons of water and used compressed air as a propellant. One of the earliest...
Christopher Latham Sholes
Deitz didn't invent the shoe, but he received patents for improvements to their design in 1867, which made boots easier to get on and off.
Just like nowadays, they thought they would work.
Apparently it's Abraham Lincoln, who was not on my short list (I was expecting it to be Jefferson, who was something of a polymath, or Hoover, who was a bona fide engineer.)
1093! - The largest number held by any one person at that time. Today, there are dozens of companies that get more than that number of patents issued in the USA in a single year. Many of Edison' patents were invalid because he stole the ideas, including all of his so-called "light bulb patents...
This qwerty layout was devised and created in the early 1870s by Christopher Latham Sholes. The patent was filed on October 1867.
A patent owner has the right to exclude others from practicing, making, or selling the claimed invention for the duration of the patent. The patent owner does NOT have the inherent right to practice, make, or sell the claimed invention.
Needs a professional appraisal.
It depends on the employment contract you may have had with your previous employer. Some stipulate that anything you invent or develop while in their employment become their property. On the other hand - if your invention had nothing to do with your employment, and it was something you developed...
r.wallace silver soldered tray with number 0502...12 11t....date of manufactor/value???
The wet standpipe invention patented in 1872 by Thomas J. Martin was called a "fire extinguisher", but was made of permanently installed pipes running up inside a building to valves with nozzles to spray the water to put out a fire. Today, "fire extinguisher" refers to a portable, self-contained...
They invented the airbag, ABS, ESP and 3 point seat belts.
Application 2003/0095096 issued as US Patent 7,345,671 on 18 March 2008 to Jeffrey Robbin, Steve Jobs, and Phil Schiller. The first independent claim (of 45 total claims) is listed below: 1. A portable media player, comprising: a storage device that stores media content for each of a plurality of...
You can sell it at any time. However a marking of "patent pending" is only a warning (and maybe a deterrent to particularly risk averse would-be infringers) and does not provide any enforcement value. Once your pending patent issues, you can begin to enforce your patent rights if desired.
umm i think it was a African American so look that up
Yes, Japan has its own patent system administered by the JapanPatent Office (JPO). Japan is a full member of the WorldInternational Patent Organization (WIPO) co-operating closely withthe US Patent Office (USPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO)for example. English language translations of...
While a patent or copyright is held by a company or a person, no one else can use that product or copyrighted material (also known as intellectual property) without the permission of the patent/copyright holder which usually involves some kind of compensation. If someone wants to use one of these...
Abraham Lincoln received a patent for a Device for Buoying Vessels Over Shoals on May 22, 1849. Lincoln
Apply for a Europian patent.
One which doesn't or can't leak. Most probably a peristaltic pumpwould be the choice.
Ele pantenteou a casquinha de sorvete feita de wafer.
Copyright and patent laws are federal laws; in the US, they're handled by Congress.
The Steam-Engine as such was not patented, but assorted individualdesigns of the basic machine, and of its various parts, werepatented by various manufacturers over the years. Thomas Savery, in 1698, patented the first practical, atmosphericpressure, steam engine of 1 horsepower (about 750 watts)
While Ruth Wakefield never received (or applied for that matter) a patent on her serendipitous chocolate-chip cookie "invention," she did strike a marketing deal with Nestle Chocolate which, for her, included a lifetime supply of semi-sweet chocolate.
Fredric Bartholdi designed the statue of liberty as a symbol of friendship between the united states of america and france. It was intended to comemmorate the centenial of the declaration of independence.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published a report on the statistics of worldwide patent activity in 2007 at http://www.wipo.int/ipstats/en/statistics/patents/patent_report_2007.html. - Mark
things that are patented by someone else, something that already exists without a patent but we use or see in everyday life and things that are not patented but are used by other corperations. otherwise any invention or product can be patented under the grounds that the name isn't already used or is...
Yes it does Stephanie Kwolek the creater of Kevlar invented the fiber.
The QWERTY design is based on a layout created by Christopher Latham Sholes in 1873 for the Sholes and Glidden typewritter and sold it to Remington in that same year. It became popular with the success of the Remington No. 2 and No. 3 and No. 389 of 1878, and remains in use on electronic keyboards...
Since Dupont invented it, one would suppose Dupont once owned the patent for it. However, it would have expired or lapsed many years ago because they started using it in the early 1930s. So, in other words, there is no patent for R-11.
Thomas Edison's greatest challenge was the development of a practical incandescent, electric light. Contrary to popular belief, he didn't "invent" the lightbulb, but rather he improved upon a 50-year-old idea. In 1879, using lower current electricity, a small carbonized filament, and an improved...
You gotta slay them dragons before you get to the princess
The physical reason is that the nerves cross over each other inside the brain, and nerves on the right side of the brain cross to run down the left side of the body, etc..
Nobody really knows exactly why this evolved.
As of 13 July 2010, Nike is listed as an Assignee on 2,884 US patents. The five most recent are listed below: 7,754,626 Article of apparel incorporating a modifiable textile structure 7,752,772 Article of footwear having a fluid-filled chamber with flexion zones 7,749,100 Golf clubs and golf...
She felt like radium didn't belong to her.
That patent is what Nilkola Tesla called "Method of an Apparatus for Controlling Mechanism of Moving Vehicle or Vehicles". We know that today as remote control. Developed back in 1893 by Nikola Tesla. Tesla called them "Teleautomatons".
A Peavey T-60 is the very first guitar Peavey ever produced. It is a USA made electric guitar manufactured from 1978-1986.
99,220, including utility patents, plant patents, design patents, and reissues.
The common answer is that air flowing over the top speeds up because of the camber of the wing, this sped up air causes low pressure on top of the wing which causes the wing to 'lift'. This is true but also the angle of attack of the wing to the relative airflow forces airflow down, which also in...
You don't, if you understand the process.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit hears cases involving patent law.
Four seconds on google shows that it was our 16th president.
The guillotine as used in the French Revolution was designed by a committee of the National Assembly in 1791 and was first used for a human execution on 25 April 1792.
Three patents (one for cosmetics, and two for paints and stains) were issued to George Washington Carver
On June 21, 1943 the Supreme Court of the United States held the broad claims of Guglielmo Marconi's patent for improvements in apparatus for wireless telegraphy to be invalid. The books don't mention that the powerful spark transmitters used by Marconi were Tesla coils, nor do they point out that...
Encourage frims to research and develop new products that benefit society as a whole.
You cant patent real property, like land. You patent "things" or inventions, not actual, real property. Those are deeds. Now, you can patent things ON the property, but not the property itself. A Different Perspective Perhaps you are thinking of a land patent. A land patent is an original...
Giving inventors the exclusive right to license and sell their inventions gives them a chance at recouping the time and money they invested in creating it. In the case of pharmaceuticals, hundreds of millions of dollars may have gone into research; being the exclusive source to sell the drug for a...