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Publication numberUS1006087 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 17, 1911
Filing dateApr 21, 1911
Priority dateApr 21, 1911
Publication numberUS 1006087 A, US 1006087A, US-A-1006087, US1006087 A, US1006087A
InventorsWilliam Hertzberg
Original AssigneeWilliam Hertzberg
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Indicating sealed shaving-cup.
US 1006087 A
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W. HERTZBERG.

INDIGATING SEALED SHAVING CUP.

APPLIGATION FILED APR.21, 1911.

Patented 0013. 17, 19 11.

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Fig 1 INVENTOR y u/g/hy ATTORNEY WILLIAlVI HERTZBERG, NEW YORK, N. Y.

INDICATI'NG SEALED SHAVING- GUI.

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Specification of Letters Patent.

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Application filed April 21. 1911. Serial No. 622,495.

To all whom it may concern:

l 5c 1t known that l, Yunnan Hnn'rznrzno, a citizen oi the United States, and resident of the city. county, and State of New York have invented certain new and useful l1n- In the drawings like parts in the several views have been given the same reterence numerals.

Figure 1 is a perspective view of a shaving cup embodying the invention, showing the cover sealed in place. Fig. 2 is a. view similar to Fig. 1, showing the seal broken and partially removed. Fig. 3 is a sectional side elevation of the top portion of the cup and cover.

'lie shaving cup i. may be of glass or other suitable material and contain the brush :3 and soap. A cover 3. which may be of suitable material so as to not be easily broken, is positioned on top of the cup lictween the cover 3 and the cup 1 a cord 4 is positiouei'l around the upper edge of the cup, as shou'n. 'ihis cord provides a packing to insure the closing ot the cup by the rover anil'also provides a convenient means for breaking or removing: the seal. 'lhe seal may be ot paper or other suitable material and is in the form of a: band, as shown at. 5, iuelosiug the cireuni l'erenee ol the cover and upper portion ol the cup. 'lhis soul is held in place by an adhesive material and the two ends of the. cord l' are hold betweon the pro jccliup; ends oi the seal.

\Vhon it is desired to open the cup the projet-ling ends of the seal are grasped and torn away/in the manner shown in Fig. 2, allowing one end. of the cord 4. to become discngaged thereirom while the other end of the cord is held and the same is removed from the cup with the seal.

it will be noted that the worc Seal and the words Not broken are placed upon the seal so that when the projecting end is torn away the words indicate that the seal has been broken, as shown in Fig. 2.

As many changes could be made in th above construction and many apparently widely different embodiments of my invention designed withoutdeparting from the scope of the appended claims, I intend that all matter contained in the above description or shown in th accompanying drawing shall be llilQl}I l0lQ(l as illustrative inc-rely or an operative embodiment of my invention and not in a limiting;- sense.

What l. claim is:

l. A shaving cup comprising a brush and soap receptacle, a cover for said receptacle, a sealing strip positioned around the oil'- cumference oi said cover and securing it to said receptacle, and a packing strip positioned between the upper edge of said receptacle and said cove and adapted to be removed with said sealing strip.

2. A shaving cup comprising a brush and soap receptacle. a cover for said receptacle, a sealing strip having extending ends positioned around the circumference of said cover and securing it to said receptacle, and a packing strip positioned between the upper edgz c oli said receptacle and said cover and having extending ends held between the extending ends of said sealing strip and removable therewith.

3. A shaving cup comprising a brush and soap receptacle. a cover tor said receptacle, a sealing strip having extending ends POSI- tioned around the circum lercnce of said cover and SeC-lll'lllg it to said receptacle, and a cord positioned between the upper edge of said receptacle and said cover attached to and having: extending ends held between the extending ends of said sealing strip and re movable therewith. I 4

l. A shaving cup comprising a brush and soap rzceptacle, a cover for said receptaclml Signcdet New'Ymk, count-y and State of and a sealing strip posifioned around the New York, thisSth day of April, 1911. circumference of said cover'ancl securing itd Y to said receptacle, said strip having both- WILLIAM HER'IZBERG.

' ends extending outwardly together adajutecU to be grasped by the hand, whereby one of \Vitnesseszf said ends is torn away, breaking the strip B. W. OOULDOTJK, when the same 15 removed. EMANUEL IsAAv'.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification215/250, 229/123.2, 215/352, 40/324, 206/807, 215/230, 206/229
Cooperative ClassificationB65D55/02, Y10S206/807