Cap with extendable interior flap
The broken lines in the drawings represent stitching and form a part of the claimed design.
The ornamental design for a cap with an extendable interior flap, as shown and described.
|D312526||December 4, 1990||Rohmig|
|D358474||May 23, 1995||Dunlavey|
|D367156||February 20, 1996||Dunlavey|
|D372353||August 6, 1996||Pfefferman|
|D397239||August 25, 1998||Marrs|
|D419282||January 25, 2000||Nickle et al.|
|D421519||March 14, 2000||Secrest|
|D422398||April 11, 2000||Jones|
|D429404||August 15, 2000||DeChambeau|
|6115844||September 12, 2000||Cho|
|D444292||July 3, 2001||Wang|
|6311331||November 6, 2001||Park|
|D455538||April 16, 2002||Rhoden|
|7120937||October 17, 2006||Monshouwer|
|D546031||July 10, 2007||Pearson et al.|
|20020095715||July 25, 2002||Hong|
|20060117459||June 8, 2006||Miller|
- The Change Cap, as shown on www.creativemagic.net, viewed Dec. 3, 2008 (2 pages).
- A review of The Change Cap, on www.magicity.com, dated Jan. 29, 2007 (1 page).