Abstract

Herein is described my flag protection assembly that prevents flag deterioration from heat, humidity, wind, rain and other adverse environmental conditions. In some embodiments the flag protection assembly also prevents flag deterioration from ultraviolet light. My flag protection assembly does not require motorized, computerized or other electrical components to fully extend the flexible covering and enclosed …

Legal parties

Party
Inventors (applicants): L. M. Delaney, Jr.
Agents: The Law Offices of Konrad Sherinian, LLC (attorney)

The application was examined by R. A. Smith (USPTO dept. 2856)

Claims

  • 1. A flag protection assembly comprising a single flexible cover, said flexible cover reversibly enclosing …
  • 2. The flag protection assembly of claim 1 , wherein said flexible cover comprises reversibly …
  • 3. The flag protection assembly of claim 1 , wherein said enclosing flexible cover protects …

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Brief Description of the Drawings

FIG. 1 illustrates a partial anterior view of the preferred embodiment of the flag assembly flexible cover. FIG. 1A illustrates a prior art flag lying flat upon a horizontal surface. …

Description

Background of Invention

This application claims the benefit and priority of U.S. Patent Application No. 61/743,001, filed Aug. 24, 2012. This invention relates to the field of devices for protecting a flag, pennant …

Detailed Description of the Preferred Embodiment and Other Embodiments

I. Flag 11 Referring initially to FIG. 3A , in the preferred embodiment prior art flag 11 is generally rectangular and comprises a single upper proximal flag edge 11 a . However …

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Miscellaneous patent data

The invention description is illustrated by 14 drawings, the claim 1 is exemplary as chosen by the examiner, categorized under Flags and Flagstaffs as a primary classification, the patent particularly claims a flag protection assembly comprising a single flexible cover, said flexible…, the exemplary patent drawings are Flag Protection Assembly, prior art flag lying flat, partial anterior view of the preferred, partial anterior view of the preferred, the recorded applicant's name is L. M. Delaney, Jr., the applicant's city - Tinley Park, state - IL, the application publication date is Mar. 30, 2013, the protection scope is defined by 10 claims, the application number is 13/986,093 (U.S.), similar patents are classified under the elements being secured or adapted to be secured by magnetic means, Casings, frames, or enclosures for labels, resilient gripper, Portable, the elements being stiff plates or cards, Cone, using a transparent mirror or other light- reflecting surface transparent to transmitted light whereby a sign, symbol, picture, or other information is visible only when illuminated, being movable elements, Bells, Including maximum and minimum indicating means, explained by 32 figures, the published inventor's name is L. M. Delaney, Jr., the inventor's state is IL, city - Tinley Park, the invention is named Flag Protection Assembly, the grant number is 08776714 (publication number), the known agent - The Law Offices of Konrad Sherinian, LLC, the examination was conducted by R. A. Smith (primary examiner, 2856 USPTO department), the grant publication date is Jul. 15, 2014, invented by L. M. Delaney, Jr.

Invention classification information

The invention is classified under Flags and Flagstaffs, Hanging, Banner type, Flags, Banners, Mountings therefor. The designated search classifications include Display in Frame or Transparent Casing; Or Diorama Including or Imitative of a Real Object, Banner type, Flags, Banners, Mountings therefor, Portable, Sign support, Clamp-type sign holder, Triangular case type, e.g., flag display, etc., Flags and Flagstaffs, With Mounting, Fastening, or Supporting Means, For plural strip, slat, or panel and / or pleating type, Collapsible, Item slid into holder during installation, Pocketed sign holder, Including securing means for penetrating into a support surface, Removable sign, Flag or Pennant, Penetrating fastener looped through tag, Peripheral enclosure or frame, Venetian blind and / or collapsing, Means for attaching signs, plates, panels, or boards to a supporting structure, Slidably received sign, Metallic flags, Including transparent cover, Including detachable portion of support, Nonfouling, Hanging, Slotted post, With Hood, Canopy, Shield Storage Chamber, or Outrigged Rigid Panel, Streetlight, Element or attachment (20), Transparent.

Patent details
Publication number 08776714
Publication date Jul. 15, 2014
Kind code B1
Application number 13/986,093
Application date Mar. 30, 2013
Application type U
Application series code 13
National classification 116/173
Total number of claims 10
Exemplary claims 1
Number of drawings 14
Number of figures 32
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