In the drawings, the broken lines depict environmental subject matter only and form no part of the claimed design. The dot and dashed lines indicate a boundary between the claimed and unclaimed portion of the design.
We claim the ornamental design for a toilet, as shown and described.
|D354341||January 10, 1995||Kohler, Jr.|
|D483448||December 9, 2003||Ruxchaivan|
|D520613||May 9, 2006||Soulier|
|D536428||February 6, 2007||Kohler, Jr. et al.|
|D621487||August 10, 2010||Toyohara|
|D641456||July 12, 2011||Bickerstaffe|
|D656229||March 20, 2012||Wang|
|D658278||April 24, 2012||Wang|
|D693910||November 19, 2013||Bates et al.|
|D702331||April 8, 2014||Garland|
|D703796||April 29, 2014||McKeone|
|D745125||December 8, 2015||Fullerton, Jr.|
|D763416||August 9, 2016||Goad|
|D812730||March 13, 2018||Garrels|
- Kohler's 2016 Price Book “Fixture” pp. 314-347.