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s. W.- PARSONS.
BRACKET. a APPLIOATIONJILBD NOV. "I, 19-11. RENEWED SEPT. 16, 1912" I 1,047,980., Patented Dec. 24, 1912;
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UNITED sTArw OFFICE.
STUART w. PARSONS, on NEW BRITAIN, connncrrcn'r, nssrenon 'ro'rrin STANLEY WORKS, OF NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, A CORPOBAT IONOF CONNECTICUT. BRACKET. 1,047 98() Specification of Letters Patent. Patented Decp24, 1912,
Application filed November 7, 1911, Serial No. 658,997. Renewed September 16,
inner end of the brace snaps intothe aperture 6 in the wall arm. During this movement of the brace and owing to the eccentricity of the curves at the outer end of the shelf arm and brace, the brace binds with the eflect of firmly securing gether at this point so that no looseness or rattle will occur and, of course, owing to the irregular cross section of the parts they are interlocked against sidewise displacement.
I prefer to form of sheet metal pressed and bent to shape and it will be noted that the construction herein illustrated and described provides a means for manufacturing a stifi rigid bracket with a separable brace which is securely interlocked therewith against displacement in any direction. he interengagement of the projection 5 with the aperture 6 permitscf shipping and handling the bracket as if its two parts were permanently secured together. The inwardly turned ends of the brace and shelf arm provide a hookon whicl articles can be hung. I u
I am aware that the device as illustrate I and described is susceptible of modificatim cross section preferably withaplain corruga-. whi h W ld 601116 i b ni h Spirit f tion as illustrated. The outer end of thebrace lnvention and within the scope of the, a;
d of the shelf pended claims. I
30 interlocks with the outer en 1 g described and the I claim as my invention:
' 1. An article of the character describe arm as will be presently as a projection g wall and she inner end of the brace h around the screw hole which engages a rearms, the outer end of said shelf arm beir bent inwardly in the form of cess in the wall arm. The outer end of the brace having its outer end 35 shelf arm of the bracket is bent inwardly into hook form as shown at 3and in cross the rest of the bracket. form of a hook and adapted to interlo with the corresponding part of said sh arm. the curves the outer ends of s:
section is the same as The outer end of the brace 1s s1milarly shelf arm and brace being eccentric with spect to, one another for the purposes spc formed and of corresponding cross section. 40 Also it is'to be noted that the curve of the outer end of the bracket is a little bit off center withrespect to the curve of the outer fied.
2. An article of the character descril comprising a bracket having wall and sl arms, the outer end of said shelf arm be To all whomit may concern:
Be it knownthat I, STUART W. PARSONS, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of New Britain, in the county of Hart- 5 ford and State of Connecticut, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Brackets, of which the'following is a specification. I
The object ofthis invention is to produce a device of the character described having features of novelty and advantage and the invention relates particularly to the manu facture of a bracket, having a removable brace and the novel means for connecting the brace to the bracket.
In the drawings: Figure 1 is a side view of a bracket made in accordance withmy invention the'parts being Fig. Q'is a front view thereof. Fig. 3 is a detail view showing the manner of interlocking the brace with the shelf arm. Fig. 4: is a detail view showing the operation 0 interlocking the brace and shelf arm. 1
Referring to the drawings,-a denotes the bracket having the wall arm 1 and the shelf denotes the brace. Both the are made of irregular the bracket in one piece end of the brace or one of these curves can be slightly flattened.
v Fig. 3 illustrates the first operation in asp sembling the bracewith the bracket which bent inwardly 1n the form of a hub consists; in locating the, hook end of the having an irregular cross section, an
brace within the hook end of the bracket. brace having its outer end bent into the The brace is now swung toward the wall of a hook and adapted to interlock with arm of the bracket its hooked end sliding corresponding part of said shelf arm.
hooked end of the shelf arm untll 3. An article of the character descr the projection 5 around the screw hole at the comprisinga brackethaving wall and s 1912. Serial No. 720,673. r
the parts to-' of a, hook and adapted to interlock W1th the Witnesses: corresponding part of said shelf arm, the A. W. AUSTIN, curves of the outer ends of said shelf arm WV. E. DOANE.
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v and brace being eccentric with bent inwardly in the form of a hook and another for the purposes specified.
STUART W. PARSONS.
respectto one Commissioner of Patents,