TABLE OF DIVISIONS IN CATEGORY 01
01.01 Stars, comets
Specific Guideline 1: Stars include asterisks (*) and compass points.
Specific Guideline 2: Stars and asterisks (*) used as small, inconspicuous design elements functioning as punctuation or parts of letters should only be coded in 29.01.07.
Specific Guideline 3: Many star designs are cross-coded in the appropriate section(s) of Division 01.01 and in an appropriate section of Category 26 (Geometric figures and solids).
The first design is coded in both 01.01.05 (stars with seven or more points) and in 26.01.09 (circles having geometric figures as a border). The second design is coded in both 01.01.05 (stars with seven or more points) and in 26.01.02 (plain, single line circles).
Specific Guideline 4: Stars grouped in circles, semi-circles, ovals or other geometric figures are coded in 01.03.03 exclusively. Do not code these designs in 01.01.
This design is coded in 01.03.03 (stars grouped in ovals) and in 26.03.09 (objects forming ovals). The individual stars are not coded in 01.01.03 (stars with five points).
Specific Guideline 5: Stars in flags are not coded in 01.01. Flags are coded in 24.09. Stars in shields or medals are not coded in 01.01. Shields are coded in 24.01 and medals are coded in 24.07.
01.01.01 Stars with three points
01.01.02 A single star with four points
Note: Code more than one star with four points in 01.01.12.
01.01.03 A single star with five points
Note: Code more than one star with five points in 01.01.13.
01.01.04 A single star with six points
Note: Code more than one star with six points in 01.01.14.
01.01.05 Stars with seven or more points
01.01.06 Stars with rays or radiating lines
Specific Guideline: Rays or radiating lines are not points of the stars.
01.01.07 Stars with tails or comets
01.01.08 Stars representing a human face or head of an animal
Specific Guideline: A star representing a human face or the head of an animal is not cross-coded with humans in category 02, with animals in category 03 or in any other section in 01.01.
01.01.09 Two stars
01.01.10 Three or more stars
01.01.11 Incomplete stars
Specific Guideline: An incomplete star should be coded with the appropriate stars in sections 01.01.01 through 01.01.05. When coding in the appropriate section, complete the star if you can determine the number of points. Otherwise do not double code.
01.01.12 More than one star with four points
Note: A single star with four points is coded in 01.01.02.
01.01.13 More than one star with five points
Note: A single star with five points is coded in 01.01.03.
01.01.14 More than one star with six points
Note: A single star with six points is coded in 01.01.04.
01.03 Constellations, starry sky
01.03.01 Big Dipper, Little Dipper
01.03.02 Other constellations
01.03.03 Stars grouped in circles, semi-circles, ovals or geometric figures
Specific Guideline: Stars grouped in geometric figures are in 01.03.03 and in the appropriate section of Category 26 (Geometric figures and solids).
Excluding: Stars grouped in geometric figures in 01.03.03 are not coded in 01.01.
Specific Guideline: Some marks consist of stars that form a geometric shape and also have an individual star that creates a separate commercial impression. These marks are coded in both 01.03.02and the appropriate code for the individual star.01.03.04 Starry sky, including galaxies
This design is coded in both 01.03.02 because the stars form a circle and in 01.01.03 because there is a separate five pointed star.
Specific Guideline: Multiple stars in the sky or an expanse of space above the earth are in 01.03.04. Multiple stars which are not depicted in the sky are in Division 01.01.
01.05.01 Sun, rising or setting (partially exposed or partially obstructed)
Excluding: A rising sun with a face is coded in 01.05.03.
Note: Many rising or setting globes, moons or planets are coded in this section. In many instances the drawing appears to be an unidentifiable rising or setting celestial body.
Specific Guideline: Suns coded in this section are not coded in 01.05.04 (suns with rays) or 01.05.03 (suns with a human or an animal face).
01.05.03 Sun representing a human face or an animal
Specific Guideline: A sun representing a human face or an animal is not cross-coded with humans in Category 02, with animals in Category 03 or in any other section in 01.05.
01.05.04 Suns with rays
Excluding: Suns with rays and a face are coded in 01.05.03.
Specific Guideline: Suns coded in this section are not coded in 01.05.01 (suns rising or setting).
01.05.25 Other representations of the sun
Specific Guideline: This section is exclusive. If a sun is assigned the code 01.05.25, it should not have any other code in 01.05.
Specific Guideline 1: A globe is a spherical representation of the earth that often bears an outline of continents and/or meridian and/or parallel lines on its surface. But see 01.07.04 for flattened globes.01.09 Planets, asteroids, meteors, the solar system and atomic or molecular models
Specific Guideline 2: Partial globes are considered whole globes.
01.07.01 Globes with outlines of continents
Specific Guideline: A globe that contains both continents and meridians and parallels is in 01.07.01.
01.07.02 Globes with meridians and parallel lines only.
Excluding: Globes with continents and meridians and/or parallels are not coded in 01.07.02.
01.07.04 Flattened or squashed globes
Specific Guideline 1: A flattened or squashed globe is a globe that appears to have been cut or flattened but still retains its spherical quality.
Specific Guideline 2: See 01.17.14 for guidelines about maps.
01.07.05 Globes held by a human
Specific Guideline: Do not cross-code globes held by humans with any other section in 01.07.
01.07.06 Globes forming human face or part of a human body
Specific Guideline: Do not cross-code globes forming or formed by humans with any other section in 01.07 or in Category 02.
01.07.07 Globes with rings or orbits
01.07.08 Globes with bars, bands, or wavy lines, excluding meridian or parallel lines
01.07.25 Other globes
Specific Guideline: This section is exclusive. If a globe is assigned code 01.07.25, it should not have any other code in 01.07.
Excluding: The earth (01.07) is not coded in 01.09.01.11 Moons
01.09.01 Saturn or other planets with rings
Excluding: Globes with rings or orbits (01.07.07) are not coded in 01.09.01.
01.09.03 Models or representations of the solar system, other astronomic orbits, such as a moon or satellite orbiting a planet
01.09.05 Atoms or molecular models
Specific Guideline: This section does not include DNA helixes. Code DNA helixes in 26.01.26.
01.09.25 Other planets, asteroids, meteors
Specific Guideline: This section is exclusive. If a planet, asteroid or meteor is assigned code 01.09.25, it should not have any other code in 01.09.
Note 1: Many moon designs are also coded in Category 26. See the note at the beginning of 01.05.01.15 Natural phenomena
Note 2: Many rising or setting moons are coded in 01.05.01. In many instances, the drawing appears to be an unidentifiable rising or setting celestial body.
01.11.01 Full moons
Specific Guideline: Do not code a moon with craters (01.11.25) in this section.
01.11.02 Partial moons, including half moons and crescent moons
Specific Guideline: Do not code a moon with craters (01.11.25) in this section.
01.11.03 Moons representing a human face
Specific Guideline: Do not cross-code a moon representing a human face with any other code in 01.11 or in Category 02.
01.11.25 Other representations of the moon or moons, including moons with craters
Specific Guideline: This section is exclusive. If a moon is assigned code 01.11.25, it should not have any other code in 01.11.
Note: A moon representing a human face that has craters should be coded in 01.11.03.
01.15.01 Rainbows01.17 Maps or outlines of continents, countries and other geographical areas
Note: If highly stylized, rainbows may also be found in Category 26, semi-circles (26.01.05) or curved lines (26.17.09).
01.15.02 Lightning or electricity
Specific Guideline: Sparks depicted as jagged lines similar in appearance to lightning are in 01.15.02 exclusively.
Excluding: Torch and flame designs (See: Specific Guideline 13.01.02); Flames emanating from objects, numbers or words in 01.15.15; Flames in fireplaces are in 07.05.07; and Flames emanating from candles are in 13.01.01.
01.15.04 Sparks, sparkles, explosions
Excluding: Sparks depicted as jagged lines similar in appearance to lightning are coded in 01.15.02.
01.15.05 Smoke, steam and vapor
01.15.06 Clouds, fog
01.15.07 Rain, hail, sleet or snow depicted in a storm
Excluding: Clear representations of multiple drops are coded in 01.15.18.
01.15.08 A single drop (including a single raindrop or a single teardrop)
Specific Guideline: Clear representations of a single drop are in 01.15.08.
Large numbers of small drops or broken lines merely intended to represent rain are in 01.15.07.
Note: Multiple drops are coded in 01.15.18.
01.15.09 Snowflakes, snow crystals
Excluding: Snow-covered landscapes (06.09.06) and snow appearing on top of letters (01.15.14) are not coded in 01.15.09.
01.15.10 Icicles, stalactites, stalagmites
01.15.11 Bubbles, foamy masses
01.15.12 Whirlpools, tornadoes and cyclones
01.15.13 Single wave of water
Excluding: Multiple waves, open sea and stretches of water without shore (06.03.03) are not coded in 01.15.13.
01.15.14 Snow or ice appearing on top of letters
01.15.15 Flames emanating from objects, numbers or words
Excluding: Distinctive flames in fireplaces, on candles or Bunsen burners
01.15.17 Thought or speech clouds either empty or with wording and/or punctuation
01.15.18 More than one drop including teardrops or raindrops
01.15.24 Sound waves, including designs depicting sound
Including: Designs depicting sound.
01.15.25 Other natural phenomena and observable events
Including: Light rays, sand, dust, lumps of coal, spilling or pouring liquids or water such as puddles.
Specific Guideline: This section is exclusive. If a design is assigned code 01.15.25, it should not have any other code in 01.15 assigned to the same phenomena.
Excluding: Globes (01.07) are not coded in 01.17
01.17.03 North America
01.17.04 South America
01.17.08 United States
01.17.09 Other countries
01.17.11 States of the United States
Excluding: Maps of Texas are coded in 01.17.12.
Specific Guideline: Maps of single states and groups of states are in 01.17.11.
01.17.12 State of Texas
01.17.13 Maps of islands
Note: See islands in 06.03.02.
01.17.14 World mapsSpecific Guideline 1: A world map is a flat representation of the earth depicting at least two hemispheres (including or excluding Antarctica). If only one hemisphere is depicted, each continent is coded separately.
Specific Guideline 2: World maps are distinguished from flattened or squashed globes (01.07.04) since they do not retain the spherical quality of a globe.
01.17.25 Maps or outlines of other geographical areas, such as cities, bodies of water and counties within states
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