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Picture Frame.—John H. Bellamy, Charlestown, Mass

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4,694.—Picture Frame.—John H. Bellamy, Charlestown, Mass. 4,695.—Bell Crank and Escutcheon.—Pietro Cinquini, West Meriden, Conn., assignor to Parker & Whipple Company. 4,696.—Pedestal for a Cake Dish.—George Gill (assignor to Reed & Barton), Taunton, Mass. 4,697.—Table Caster.—William Parkin (assignor to Reed & Barton), Taunton, Mass. 4,698.—Buckle Frame.—John E. Smith, Waterbury, Conn. 4,699.—Back of a Chair or Sofa.—George Unverzagt, Philadelphia, Pa.

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