|Publication number||US104853 A|
|Publication date||Jun 28, 1870|
|Publication number||US 104853 A, US 104853A, US-A-104853, US104853 A, US104853A|
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Jffm m f@ 1594853 PATENm] JUN 28 1870 waited guette @we eine SALOMONy KAUFMANN; OF EW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOR TO METROPOLITAN COLLARv OOMPAN Y, OF SAMEPLAOE. 'l
Letters Patent N 104,853,7late1l June'28, S'IO.
IMPRovED PAPER-comen nox4 l'ixe Schedule referred to in theseV Letters Patent and making part cf the same To all whom it may concern :I 7
Beit known that I, SALOMON KAUFMANX, of the city and State of New York, have invented an Improvement iu Paper-collar Boxes; and the following is declared to be a correct description ofthe same.
In the manufacture of paper collars it is usual to put them up in dozen pnckagesin a paper box. These boxes and collars are sold together, and very frequently used by travelers and others that are often deprived of the conveniences of home in making their toilet, and paper collars general can be puton much better' by the aid of a lookng-glass.
The nature of my said invention consists in the paper collar-box made with arminoror looking-glass upon the lidy thereof, thefsame being a new article of manufacture, and supplying a.' want often experienced of a looking-glass when adjusting the collar.
In the accompanying drawing- Figure il isa perspectiye View, showing said collarbox and looking-glass, ank] Figure 2 is a section ogthe said box.
The bottom, a, of the :iper-collar box and the top,
b, are of a shape somewhat like a horseshoe, with one side straight, or -nearly sq.
In the top of thc said box a small looking-glass or mirror is attached, as at c. I prefer to cut a hole in the paper of which the said box-cover' is made, and
make use of an ornamental border, surrounding.the'` glass, and secure the glass in place liyapiece of paper pasted upon theinside of the lid or cover. The looking-glass may be either convex', concave, or dat.
My collar-box, made with a mirror or looking-glass inserted in the manner specified, is anew and useful article of manufacture, and, in consequence of one side of the box-lidnbeing straight, or nearly so, the box-lid can be stood up on this edge with ease while the mirror is being made use of.
I claim as my invention- The p'apercollar-box-f-the character specified, with a mirror or looking-glass inserted in t-he cover, as a new article of manufacture.v
Signed by me this 3d day of May, A. D. 1870. SALOMON KAUFMANN.
Criss. H. SMITH, GEO. T. PINoizNEY.
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