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United States Patent  [I Des.
Jennings et al.  ** Feb. 28 1984
[S4] TOY SPACESHIP OTHER PUBLICATIONS
 Inventors: Joseph R. Jennings Studio City; J. C. Penny Christmas Catalog 1979 p. 481 Item 3
Michael Minor Los Angeles both of U.S.S. Enterprise".
Calif. J. C. Penny Christmas Catalog 1979 p. 484 Item 7
(73] Assignee: Paramount Pictures Corporation "Millennium Falcon".
New York N.Y. Sears Wish Book 1980 p. 630 Item 10 "Y-Wing
Primary ExaminerCharles A. Rademaker
 Term: 14 Years
 Appl. No.: 385 983 Attorney Agent or FirmBruce E. Hosmer
 Filed: Jun. 7 1982  CLAIM
The ornamental design for a toy spaceship substantially
 Int. O D2101 as shown and described.
 US. CI D21/87
 Field of Search D21/82 87 88 89 DESCRIPTION
D21/91 92 93; 244/153 R 153 A; 46/74 R 74 FIG.1 is a top plan view of a toy spaceship showing our
D 79 80 81 58; D12/319 320 321 343 new design;
 References Cited FIG. 2 is a side elevational view thereof the side oppo-
site being substantially a mirror image thereof;
U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS FIG. 3 is a bottom plan view thereof;
D. 253 417 11/1979 Infante D21/88 FIG. 4 is a front elevational view thereof; and
D. 260 789 9/1981 Pobert » D21/87 FIG. 5 is a rear elevational view thereof.
U.S. Patent Feb. 28 1984 Des.