STACKLE




Word Mark: STACKLE
Filing Date: 12/5/1997
Goods and Services: Stackle is the brand name of 3-dimensional stackable puzzle toys that are available in an assortment of shapes, sizes, figures and characters. Each puzzle is assembled in flat layers. The bottom layer has a spindle, or post, extending upwards. This post changes shapes layer by layer. The center of each successive layer has a cut-out in a shape that corresponds to a shape on the post. For example, the bottom shape on the post may be an oval. Only the layer with the oval cut-out will fit fla
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Latest Owner: Brink, Gene Ten
17 East Kossuth Street
Columbus , 43206
Correspondent: PURCELL & SCOTT CO LPA
6035 MEMORIAL DRDUBLIN OH 430171
Related Tags: Stackle brand name -dimensional stackable puzzle toys that available assortment shapes sizes figures characters Each puzzle assembled flat layers bottom layer spindle post extending upwards This post changes shapes layer layer center each successive layer - shape that corresponds shape post example bottom shape post oval Only layer with oval - will
US Class Code(s): 019, 021, 023, 031, 035, 044
Primary Class: Vehicles; apparatus for locomotion by land, air, or water.
Class(es) Status: Abandoned
First Use Anywhere: NOT PROVIDED
Information: You are viewing the STACKLE logo. The name STACKLE is registered as a TradeMark by the company Brink, Gene Ten. This company is located on:
17 East Kossuth Street
Columbus , 43206.
STACKLE sells goods and services of Stackle is the brand name of 3-dimensional stackable puzzle toys that are available in an assortment of shapes, sizes, figures and characters. Each puzzle is assembled in flat layers. The bottom layer has a spindle, or post, extending upwards. This post changes shapes layer by layer. The center of each successive layer has a cut-out in a shape that corresponds to a shape on the post. For example, the bottom shape on the post may be an oval. Only the layer with the oval cut-out will fit fla. This logo and TradeMark was filed on December 05, 1997 and was first used on December 31, 1969.