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SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent WHERE (date >= '1963-00-00' AND date < '1964-00-00') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type

Total of 7 patents found where: Year is 1963

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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1963
U 3,084,483 April 9, 1963 Method of Sealing Panelized Curtain Wall Assembly
Method of sealing prefabricated glass block walls
CIPRIANI, Chester C.
STARK, Charles H.
OI Owens-Illinois Glass Co.
U 3,089,051 May 7, 1963 Catadioptric Electroluminescent Glass Block
Glass Block with internal illumination
VERES, Frank
OI Owens-Illinois Glass Co.
U 3,093,508 June 11, 1963 Method of Coating Glass
Silicone coated glass that can be used for insulators
WARTENBERG, Erwin W.
Glass Coating  
U 3,096,684 July 9, 1963 Fenestration Structure for Control of Daylighting
Glass block wall construction
KEGG, Robert R.
LA BRECQUE, Raymond E.
WARNKE, Richard C.
OI Owens-Illinois Glass Co.
U Specimen known 3,097,101 July 9, 1963 Ceramic Product and Method of Making the Same
Increases the mechanical and electrical strength of porcelain insulators by controlling the grain size of the flint used in the porcelain body and the glaze.
LESTER, Ronald H.
Porcelain General Electric Co.
U 3,113,728 December 10, 1963 Artificial Light and Daylighting Structure
Artificical Light that looks like a glass block
BOYD, Robert A.
OI Owens-Illinois Glass Co.
U 3,116,362 December 31, 1963 Insulating Bushing Assembly with Spring Retaining Means
Porcelain bushing with a retaining spring.
RANKIN, Lawrence H.
Bushing The Hartford Faience Co.

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