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17, One Unproduced Parker "51" Design


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And here is a patent for an unproduced Parker "51" design, one of the sleekest "51" designs, D116,098. The design that was actually put into production was D116,097.

 

This one's for all the "51" collectors.

 

George Kovalenko.

 

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Hi,

 

I can never see the patents after clicking on the link. My computer just downloads pdfdoc.pdf, which when opened is just gibberish.

 

Please help me a little here.

 

Dillon

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Dillon, some people are having the same trouble, depending perhaps on what browser they are using. For instance, I have no trouble when I use Firefox. Take a look at yesterday's thread on Pentrace concerning this issue. David Nishimura suggested that it was a browser issue. It might also be a browser-and-computer configuration issue.

 

I suggest that you simply search by number on the USPTO "Number Search Page". It's much quicker and more user-friendly than the EPO site. The EPO uses PDFs, which load slowly, and are difficult and sluggish to manipulate. The USPTO uses TIFFs, so you'll need a TIFF-viewer such as "AlternaTIFF", which you can get online for free, but the images are much easier to manipulate, and they can be saved either as TIFFs or Bitmaps.

 

I never used to include links to patent images in my posts on any pen board. I included them here in this series as a courtesy, and because I found an easy way to do it, but I still recommend using the USPTO number search page to view patents. Just cut and past the patent number into the "Query" window. The only reason I linked to the EPO images is that I haven't found an easy way to link to the USPTO images with a URL. All those links timeout after 10 minutes or so.

 

Does someone know how to make permanent links to the USPTO patent images?

 

George Kovalenko.

 

:ph34r:

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There are two alternatives for the EPO format:

 

http://v3.espacenet.com/pdfdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=US2603189

which sends you to the pdf file

 

and

 

http://v3.espacenet.com/origdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=US2603189

which uses a more involved interface.

 

but both need a properly installed Acrobat Reader.

Dillo I am not sure if you have Windows but check this link:

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/ie/pdf.htm

 

For the USPTO the best that I have found is:

 

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?...ntnumber=066547

(if the above appears with this ... here is what is after the question mark: ?patentnumber=066547)

It does not take you to the image but the image is just one click away.

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For the USPTO the best that I have found is:

http:// patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?patentnumber=066547

It does not take you to the image but the image is just one click away.

That's what I was looking for! I remember someone used that USPTO-linked URL before, perhaps Olle Hjort on Lion & Pen. But every time I clicked on one of those links, the next window I got had this unusably long URL, so I gave up on trying to use them.

 

I think this link is the best solution, as long as everyone has a TIFF viewer installed. Part of the problem is that that are so many different viewers out there with so many different machines with so many different browsers installed and configured in so many different ways, that there will always be someone who chimes with, "But...but...I can't see the images".

 

Well, as it turns out, you can't please everyone, after all.

 

George Kovalenko.

 

:ph34r:

rhrpen(at)gmail.com

 

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There are two alternatives for the EPO format:

 

http://v3.espacenet.com/pdfdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=US2603189

which sends you to the pdf file

 

and

 

http://v3.espacenet.com/origdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=US2603189

which uses a more involved interface.

 

but both need a properly installed Acrobat Reader.

Dillo I am not sure if you have Windows but check this link:

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/ie/pdf.htm

 

For the USPTO the best that I have found is:

 

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?...ntnumber=066547

(if the above appears with this ... here is what is after the question mark: ?patentnumber=066547)

It does not take you to the image but the image is just one click away.

Hi,

 

I use a Mac, so that may be it.

 

Dillon

Stolen: Aurora Optima Demonstrator Red ends Medium nib. Serial number 1216 and Aurora 98 Cartridge/Converter Black bark finish (Archivi Storici) with gold cap. Reward if found. Please contact me if you have seen these pens.

Please send vial orders and other messages to fpninkvials funny-round-mark-thing gmail strange-mark-thing com. My shop is open once again if you need help with your pen.

Will someone with the name of "Jay" who emailed me through the email system provide me an email address? There was no email address provided, so I can't write back.

Dillon

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