Trademark registration number: 147,844
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147,844's Registration Certificate
Registration date: 1921-11-29 online gazette
Class 39 Clothing
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UNITEDS STATES PATENT OFFICE. JOHN & JAMES DOBSON, INC., OF NEW YORK, N. Y. TRADE-MARK FOR PLUSH COATS FOR LADIES AND MISSES. ACT -OF MARCH 19, 1920. 147,844 Registered Nov. 1, 1921. ~ Application :filed May 10, 1921. Serial No. 147,515. STATEMENT. T 0 all whom it may con-ce1°n.' Be it known that JOHN & JABIES DOBSON, ING., a corporation duly organized and ex- isting under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, and located in the city of New York, borough of Manhat- tan, in the county and State of New York, and doing business at 104 East 25th street, in said city and borough, has adopted and used the trade-mark shown in the accom- panying drawing, for plush coats for ladies and misses, in Class 39, Clothing. ,- The trade mark has been continuously used in the business of said corporation and by those from whom its title is derived, since April 15, 1916. The trade mark is affixed to the goods by means of a woven label on which the trade mark is shown. ~ JOHN & JAMES DOBSON, INC., By JAMES DOBSON, President. 7 al HUDSON SEAL PLUSH~ State of Penna;, county of Phila., ss: JAMES DoBsoN, being duly sworn, deposes and says that he is the president of the cor- poration, the applicant named in the forego- ing statement; that he believes the foregoing statement is true; that he believes said cor- poration is the owner of the trade mark Sought to be registered; that no other per- son, firm, corporation or association, to the best of his knowledge and belief, has the right to use said trade mark in the United States of America on merchandise of the same descriptive properties as those recited in the foregoing statement; that said mark is used by said corporation in commerce among the several States of the United States; that the description and drawing presented truly represent the mark sought to be registered; that the specimens show the mark as actually used upon the goods; and that the mark has been in bona yicle use for not less than one year in interstate com- merce by the applicant or its predecessors. JAMES DOBSON. Subscribed and Sworn to before me, a no- tary public, this Qnd day of May, 1921. [11 S.] A. J. BICKEL, N 0f£7/l”fl/ Public.
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