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Publication numberUS1102480 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 7, 1914
Filing dateNov 26, 1913
Priority dateNov 26, 1913
Publication numberUS 1102480 A, US 1102480A, US-A-1102480, US1102480 A, US1102480A
InventorsPhilip A Davis
Original AssigneePhilip A Davis
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Adjustable bracket.
US 1102480 A
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P. A. DAVIS. ADJUSTABLE BRACKET. APPLICATION FILED Nov.`2e.191s.

Patented July 7, l1914.

M W fs wh/momo UNITED sTATEs PATENT oEEIcE- PHILIP A. DAVIS, yoEEIsEEE, ARIZONA.

'ADJUSTABLE BRACKET.

Specification of Letters vPatent.

.Patenteduuly 7,1914.

Application led November 26, '1913. Serial No. 803,196.

adjustable brackets and the primary object,

of the invention is to provide a-device of this character by means of which shelves, or other articles, such as kitchen sinks, may be maintained in a truly horizontal posltion in spite of irregularities in the wall or support to which it is to be applied.

A secondaryobject is toprovide a device of this character whichwill be simple, strong and eflicient in operation and well adapted to the purpose for which it is designed. L

With the above. objects in view, the in. vention resides in certain novel features of structure herein described and claimed and shown in the drawings, wherein Figure 1 is an edge view of a shelf supported by a pair of my improved brackets, Fig. 2 is an end view thereof, and Fig. 3 is a vertical section on an enlarged scale, on the line 33 of Fig. 1,'showing one of the brac ets in an'adjusted position..

rIn the accompanying drawings, the

vnumeral 1 designates my limproved adjust' able bracket which ishere shown as comprising a fixed arm 2 and a movable arm 3,'

. the two being formed of fiat metal bars and hingedly connected at their inner ends as at 4.' Although this hinged connection 4 may be in any suitable form, I preferably provide the fixed arm 2 with a knuckle 2 at its upper end, said knuckle bein adapted to-'seat between co-acting knuc es 3 on the movable arm 3. p

At suitable pointsJ the arms 2 and 3 are bent to form bearing loops 5, said loops being slotted as at 6 'for a purpose to appear.

Disposed across the angle between the arms 2 and 3 is a longitudinally adjustable brace bar here shown as comprising a pair of T-headed bolts .7 having the inner ends o f their Shanks threaded in opposite directions for the reception of a turn buckle 8 and lock nuts 9. It -will be seen, by reference tothe drawings, that the heads 10 of the bolts 7 are revolubly mounted in the bearing loops 5 of the arms 2 and 3, and'.

that the Shanks of said bolts pass through -the slots in said loops.

Both arms of the bracket, as. will be clearly seen by reference to Fig. 3 of the drawlngs, are provided with openings through which fastening screws 10 are passe to secure said arms to hthe, shelf and the support therefor. y

' By the construction above described, in spite of irregularities in the wall or other support to which the shelf is to be applied, I may maintain the Vshelf in a truly horizontal position, or-if desired, I may adjust the shelf itself to any desired angle.

Although I have described my invention with considerable minuteness, I do not wish to be limited to details of construction other than those amplified inthe appended claim. Havmg thus describedmyinvention, what I vclaim as new is A bracket comprising a pair of flat arms pivotally connected at their inner ends and having portions of their lengths bent to form bea-ring loops, said loops being provided with slots, T-headed bolts having their heads journaled in said loops and their shanks projecting through said slots and oppositely threaded, and a turn buckle con-v necting said threaded Shanks.

.In testimony whereof I have hereunto set myvhand in presence of two subscribing witnesses.

PHILIP A. DAVIS.

Witnesses:

T. E. THOMAS, JAS. T. GANNQN.-

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Classifications
U.S. Classification248/242
Cooperative ClassificationA47B57/045