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One of the more famous design patents is that of the Statue of Liberty, patented by Auguste Bartholdi of Paris in 1879.
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Jason Rantanen, Associate ProfessorUniversity of IowaCollege of LawSSRN Articles
Occasional guest posts by IP practitioners and academics