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Display Racks

Display Racks

A Display Rack for mounting on shelves formed of wire rods found in refrigerators with glass doors and also used in convenience food stores. The display racks are reasonably amassed from readily available or easily manufactured segment and include forwardly prominent support feet attached at their heels or rear ends to the bottom ends of upright side members of the rack. The support feet have clamps on their dispel ends for clamp the attachment to at least one wire rod of a shelf. This apparatus relates generally to display racks of the general type having forwardly projecting article supporting rods and relates uncommonly to such racks which are fit to be mounted on grill-like shelves formed of wire rods such as are commonly used in glass door refrigerator cases used in easy manner, food stores and the like. An important object of the apparatus is the preparation of such novel article display racks having forwardly projecting foot members with clamping means on their digital ends by which they may be easily clamped to a wire shelf. Display racks of the type having forwarding towards project article supporting rods are known which are fitting to be seated on a vertical wall or support plate for use in open top refrigerator display cases as used in supermarkets and the like. For example, display racks of this type are revealed in U.S. Pat. No. 3,486,632 dated Dec. 30, 1969. However, such former display racks are not suitable for use in refrigerator display cases such as used rather largely in smaller supermarkets or easier food stores which have swinging or sliding glass doors at the front and which have no back wall but open directly into a refrigerated cold storage room for loading. Such refrigerator display cases with glass doors at the front do not have vertical walls or plate members by which the prior display racks have been horsed. An important object of the invention is the provision of such novel article display racks having forwardly projecting foot members with clamping means on their distal ends by which they may be readily clamped to a wire shelf.

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