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Publication numberUS1075652 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 14, 1913
Filing dateSep 9, 1912
Priority dateSep 9, 1912
Publication numberUS 1075652 A, US 1075652A, US-A-1075652, US1075652 A, US1075652A
InventorsHenry Kleber Jr
Original AssigneeHenry Kleber Jr
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Locking device for shelves.
US 1075652 A
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H. KLEBER, JR. LOCKING DEVICE FOR SHELVES.

2, Q APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 9. 1912.

WITNESSES INVENTOR 1] Henry]! 71:60, Jr

HENRY KLEBER, JR, or PITTSBURGH, rizmrsrrvnivm.

LOCKING DEVICE FOR SHELVES.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Oct. 1d. 1913 Application filed September 9. 1912. Serial X0. 719,398.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, HENRY KLEBER, J12, a citizen of the United States of America, residing at Pittsburgh, in the county of p 5 Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Improve ments in Looking Devices for Shelves, of which the following is a specification reference being had therein to the accompanying 1o drawing.

This invention relates to a locking device for shelves, drawers, trays and compztrt merits, and more particularly to a locking device especially designed for shelving 0.

stores, to prevent records and other articles from being removed from the shelving.

' The primary object of my invention is to provide a locking device that can be ea'sil y and quickly shifted into or out of position,

whereby matter cannot be removed from shelving when the device is in it locked position, and easy access can he had to the shelving with the device in an unlocked position.

Another object of my invention is to prevent the nefarious practice of removing Sill)- stituting 0r tampering with phonogrsphic recordS or other articles stored or maintained upon shelving.

A further object of my invention is to provide a simple, durable and inexpensive locking device that does not mar the general appearance of fine shelving, the lurking device being susceptible to a finish that hermonizes with the shelving.

lVith the above and other objects in view the invention resides in the novel construction, combination and arrangement of parts to be hereinafter specifically dcscrihcd and then claimed. 4 Reference will now he hnu to the drznv ing, wherein Figure l, is a perspective View of a Mctiun of shelving provided with the locking dc vice, showing: the device in :1 locked posiliwn,

and Fig. an enlarged per pective vievr of :t porti n of the device.

To put my invention into practice. I prw ride the front side of the shclring l at the in hl-nt. slml'r-czl or pr vided with means for :tt- 1 l is to h underlcml that the s ructural ele stance of the hastening means. the ends of Inching the J'O'l: to the shelving. As an in- ;nui hot: m: lll'l't l. wi l; l tllf'ltlillllirill up "'1. 11 r .1 J 50 gnu c I111 s t1.V\t sic luring: in lulld (r- The e guide l'tllS can. he made of :1 sultnhlc lmllcrml. and in pram-tire I prefer to;

' the rods can he threaded, as at R and nuts screwed upon the inner ends of the rw whereby said rods can be detached wl the device 18 not to be used or PCl'lElit- 9i thr {y locking device being installed in lmniusciion with shelving that is in use Slidably mounted upon the rails 3 .111 the ends of vertical parallel locking: here i ihni have the ends thereof prmizled vtth t to slide upon the rails 2.

The lorhin are equally spaced apart 'illwl 2H1 wet a space relation to ash other i; in r 6 having the ends thereof l'i'lhtllllf l upo bars 4 or suitably connected then-h preferable to locate the lie I'Utir' H15 inc-(if m the ends of the locking bars.

The shelving 1, adja ent m ore era of the rails 2, preferably the he provided with a. keeper '7 and of the locking be! adjacent to err, wept; prolonged to provide an epcriu m ad! 1pc;

This ear is adapted to rcgisier eh i. 1:11 tnrcd lug 9 forming part ct ihc lo wherrhv the haclllc 10 o! a g "-d through the Mr b and the our 4 relatively to Hi -l 1 any other suitable lmi-"v used in lieu of the lock ll.

illustrated in Fig. l, the epnrr htlhe locking bars 4 coin ends. to the l of n shell; comm ucntly the lot-hing; b1 can he shifted to positi e" intermediate the ends of the helves, llv positioning the keeper 7 at a point lntermcdizm: the 9 7 most shelf, the inching lfilIS "an The incl for holding record in a horizontal v and that it is imporihlc to rcn' the X4 rrlrs unless the open end of the wwh mz ltree of obstructi n.

ill have simply illustrated one secfl helving and it is to he mz lcrdmul t locking device can he manic cl :1 suitable length \vhrrehy with one opvrniion n lnrgifc number or tiers of iSli 3l\'( can he lurlwd \vlwrchy mutter 'illl not he rcuzo-wwl from the same. it is also 'maeil le, tr dram]; ile 303 locking; device in lUlllHjlllOli 'iih i; holes or vertical column!merit to 5-4:

mine purpose.

\l'hile in the nuving llllfl' i;-. illustrated a preterm-(l emhodinwnt wt the ime'ntion it modifications as fall within the SCUPB of the appended claim.

What I claim is:-

A locking device for shelving comprising a frame including a pair of lungiwdinaliy extending bars, and a series of spaced hori zantul hairs having their ends extending ihrcugh said longitudinal bars and furthex' having their ends provided with openings 10 whereby the frame can be shiftably suppurt 3 ed. upon iongitudinai tmcha mu: of sill-J vnu iJill'S having an fipfiliilikd mu whereby said bar. can be connected by a lock fox :curing i the frame rum niu'wnxvnt in the presence of two \x'iums es.

LHENR Y ECEBER, JR. Wit'nmses:

N. L. BO'JAN, J. I). OWENS.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification312/304, 292/DIG.180, 312/351, 70/2, 312/216, 292/282
Cooperative ClassificationA47B63/02, Y10S292/18