US Trademark

Important Trademark History Dates

  • 5000 B.C.: The Chinese made pottery that included the name of the emperor currently in power, along with the place where it was made, and the name of the person who manufactured each piece.
  • 3100 B.C.: In ancient Egypt, craftsmen would include unique images and signs on their products to identify a product's origin as well as its maker.
  • 1266 C.E.: King Henry III of England passed a law that required all bakers to develop and use a distinctive mark in their loaves of bread.
  • 1383: The Löwenbraü brewery in Munich, Germany began using a lion (Löwenbraü means "lion's brew") as its trademark.
  • 1857: France declared its first modern trademark law.
  • 1862: Britain first issued its trademark law, the Merchandise Marks Act, making it a crime to try to sell an item under the auspices of another manufacturer.
  • 1876: The logo of Bass Brewery, which was trademarked is the first image to be registered as a trademark in the United Kingdom.
  • 1401–1500: In 15th-century Europe, it was quite popular to add emblems and symbols to military attire, including horses' harnesses.
  • 1791: The conversation about trademark legislation in the U.S. began in earnest during President Thomas Jefferson's office.
  • 1870: Congress proposed a formal trademark law, but the Senate squashed it because the bill conflicted with constitutional rights.
  • 1881: Congress passed a new trademark act.
  • 1905: Congress revised it and drafted the final Trademark Act.
  • 2019: Triumph Daily MD trademarked the 1st most powerful pain relief and natural muscle rehabilitation spray.
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