The CONCERT MASTER trademark was assigned a Serial Number #71276286 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Trademark Serial Number is a unique ID to identify the CONCERT MASTER mark in USPTO. The CONCERT MASTER mark is filed in the category of Musical Instruments. The legal correspondent for CONCERT MASTER trademark is ?, Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Nov. 03, 1992 EXPIRED SEC. 9 Jun. 18, 1969 REGISTERED AND RENEWED (SECOND RENEWAL - 20 YRS) . The current status of the CONCERT MASTER filing is This registration was not renewed and therefore has expired..
Based on ARMOUR AND COMPANY, the CONCERT MASTER trademark is used in the following business: STRINGS FOR BOWED AND FRETTED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
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