BRUSH MATE trademark

BRUSH MATE - Trademark Information

Trademark by CONNOISSEUR STUDIO, INC.

The BRUSH MATE trademark was assigned a Serial Number #73151675 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Trademark Serial Number is a unique ID to identify the BRUSH MATE mark in USPTO. The BRUSH MATE mark is filed in the category of Paper,Books,Stationery. The legal correspondent for BRUSH MATE trademark is ?, Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Apr. 19, 1985 CANCELLED SEC. 8 (6-YR) TM Staff and Location Information TM Staff In . The current status of the BRUSH MATE filing is Registration cancelled because registrant did not file an acceptable declaration under Section 8..

Based on CONNOISSEUR STUDIO, INC., the BRUSH MATE trademark is used in the following business: CASE FOR ARTIST'S BRUSHES.

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SERIAL NUMBER
73151675
WORD MARK
BRUSH MATE
CURRENT STATUS
Registration cancelled because registrant did not file an acceptable declaration under Section 8.
STATUS DATE
Friday, April 19, 1985
FILING DATE
Monday, December 12, 1977
PRIORITY-CLAIM INTERNATIONAL FILING DEADLINE:

June 12, 1978
(PRIORITY CLAIM MUST BE FILED WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF FOREIGN FILING)
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REGISTRATION NUMBER
1103423
REGISTER TYPE
Principal
TRADEMARK OWNER
P. O. BOX 7187,4006 COLLINS LANE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY UNITED STATES 40207
Owner Type: CORPORATION
TRADEMARK CORRESPONDENT
Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Apr. 19, 1985 CANCELLED SEC. 8 (6-YR) TM Staff and Location Information TM Staff In
Trademark Classification Information
CLASS INFO
Class 016 - Paper,Books,Stationery

First Use Anywhere:
First Use in Commerce:
Trademark Goods and Services Description
DESCRIPTION
Class 016 - CASE FOR ARTIST'S BRUSHES

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Current Status:

Registration cancelled because registrant did not file an acceptable declaration under Section 8.

4/19/1985