Not to condone violence, but there’s what I came across at a flea market today. I’m guessing the seller did not know of the patent or associated trademark but I did.
Seeing this display at the grocery store brought a smile. Note the small castle in the upper right corners (On top of the first O of Boo in the second picture). It’s also a registered trademark!
|Trademarks in TESS|
|Serial Number||Reg. Number||Word Mark||Check Status||Live/Dead|
|1||85120589||4077828||(Boo Berry image)||TSDR||LIVE|
Results today from this free form TESS search:
(4077827 or 4077828 or 0979045 or 0903974 or 1511150 or 0910456 or 0910455)[RN]
Here’s an example of some fun I had using my own site. I’m watching Mysteries at the Museum on the Travel Channel as they talked about Clark Stanley’s snake oil and showed this picture.
Here’s a case where I used my own OCR Trademark database. This picture hangs on the wall of the best place to get an Italian beef in the Chicagoland area. Honestly, I’m not trying to pick a fight, I’m just stating a fact. Anyway, if you are like me you’ll notice the word trademark in everyday life and want to know more. Sure you’ll find other Polly related items by googling but I’m looking for details on the trademark itself. A Trademark OCR search on this site for Polly stamp did not turn up anything but Smith stamps did. One of the results is for Registration No. 559,693 Registered June 3, 1952 to Audrey M. Smith of St. Louis, Mo.