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Aug. 26 1930. A. VON FRANKENBERG Des.
ASH TRAY OR SIMILAR ARTICLE
Filed May 26 1930
ented Aug. 26 1930 Des.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
ARTHUR von FRANKENBERG OF NEW YO_BK N. Y. ASSIGNOR TO ERA KART INC.
OF NEW YORK N. Y. ': CORPORATION OF NET YORK
DESIGN FOR AN ASH TRAY OR SIMILAR ARTICLE
Application filed May 26 1930. Sarin1 No. 35 772. Term of patent 14 years.
['o all whom it may concern:
Be it known that ARTHUR! VON Ii'R1iNKEN-lERG citizen of the United States and resit lent of New York. city in the county of New York and State of New York has invented a low original and ornamental Design for an Ash Tray or Similar Article of which the following is a specification reference being iad to the accompanying drawing formingpart thereof in which the figure is a perspective view of an ash tray embodying shy new design.
The ornamental design for an ash tray or similar article substantially as shown. Dated New York city May 21 1530.
ARTIIUR vox I+RA.NICENBERG