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Publication numberUS1153206 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 14, 1915
Filing dateNov 11, 1914
Priority dateNov 11, 1914
Publication numberUS 1153206 A, US 1153206A, US-A-1153206, US1153206 A, US1153206A
InventorsSamuel Eisenberg
Original AssigneeSamuel Eisenberg
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Toy novelty.
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,3. usmsme. TOY NOVELTY.

APPLICATION FILED NOV. I1. I914.

Patent ed Sept. 14, 1915.

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SAMUEL EISENBERG, OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.

TOY NOVELTY.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Sept. 1a, 1915.

Application filed November 11, 1914. Serial No. 871,446.

To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, SAMUEL EISENBERG, a subject of the Emperor of Austria-Hungary, residing at Newark, in the county of Essex and State of New Jersey, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Toy Novelties; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, and to characters of reference marked thereon, which form a part of this specification.

The present invention has reference, generally, to a novel toy; and, the invention relates, more particularly, to a novelty, adapted when not in use to be carried in the pocket, the toy being of such general arrangement and combination of devices and parts, that it may be put to several uses, and is especially adapted for use at celebrations in displaying a national emblem.

The invention, therefore, has for its principal object to provide a novel toy of the general character hereinafter set forth. and for the purpose above stated, with a view of providing a simple and neat construction, the main parts of the device being readily collapsible so that it may be conveniently carried in the pocket.

The invention has for its further object to provide a toy of the character stated comprising in its construction a tubular member, within which is adapted to be reciprocated a plunger, and the tubular member being provided at one end with sprayer or perforated nozzle, for spraying a liquid, as eau de 00- will be clearly understood from the follow-,

ing detailed description of the present in vention.

lVith the various objects of the present invention in view, the invention consists, primarily, in the novel toy hereinafter more particularly set forth; and, the invention consists, furthermore, in the novel arrangements and combinations of the various devices and parts, as well as in the details of the construction of the said parts, all of which will be described in detail in the following specification, and then embodied in the clauses of the claim which are appended toand which form an essential part of the said specification.

The invention is clearly illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which Figure 1 is an elevation of the toy, the partsof which are represented in their collapsed relation, and showing in connection therewith a writing element, as a pencil. Fig. 2 is a similar view of the device, with the collapsible parts of the device partly withdrawn, and therewith an unfurled flag. Fig. 3 is another similar view of the device, with the collapsible parts still further withdrawn, when the device is to be used as a sprayer. Fig. 4 is a detail vertical sectional representation takenon line 4l4 in Fig. 1; and Fig. 5 is a similar sectional representation, said section being taken on line 5-5 in said showing in connection Fig. 1, and both said Figs. 4 and 5 being made on enlarged scales.

Similar characters of reference are employed in all of the said above described views, to indicate corresponding parts.

Referring now to the said drawings, the reference-character 1 indicates a main tubular member, which is open at its respective ends, and is externally screw-threaded as at 2 and at 3, see Figs. 4 and 5 of the drawings. Suitably mounted upon the screwthreaded endportion 2 of the said member 1 is an ornamental cap or end-member, as 4,

which has a duct 5 and a screw-threaded ternal smooth bore. The upper portion of said cap or head 9 is also externally screwthreaded, as at. 12. Within the said main 1 its.interior by friction, or otherwise, a. re

taming sleeve or ferrule, as 20', for the recepti'onofthe. end-portion of a pencil 21, or the like.

"As shown, the. previously-mentioned main tubular member 1 may be longitudinally slitted, as at: 22*, for attachment to said member l of the vertical edge-portion 24 of a flag 213.,- or other suitable emblem, the said flag, or the like bei-ng", adapted to. be rolled about the said member 1, when the, device is not in use, as will be: clearly evident. It

will be understood, however, that the edgeportion 24 of the: flag 22 may be secured to the said tubular body 1 in any other suitable manner.

y The: reference-character 25 indicates a suitably formed. cylindrical casing, which is open at both ends, but one of the ends of which, as 26, is internally screw-threaded, as at. 27 and as clearly represented in Fig. 5 of the; drawings. When the device. proper is not: in, use, this. cylindrical oasi-ng. 2-5 is unscrewed from; the screw-threads 18 and slipped over the nozzle. 7 and the; end cap, 4, so as to inclose the-main member 1 and the flag 2? furled thereon, the said casing. 25 having its screw-threaded cndportion 26 screwed directly upon the screw threads 12 of the closing cap 01: head 9-,. in: the manner shown Fig 5 of? the: drawings, When the parts ofv the device are thus arranged, the device canbeeasily carried in the-pocket, and when removed from the pocket may be readily employed as a writing implement. as

will clearly evident from an inspection of l. of; the drawings.

To unfliurl the flag, all that is necessary" is tOatllllfiEIW the casing, 25: and remove it from its inol'osing relation with the main body 1 the end member i; then, reversing the casing 25- its internally screw-threaded end-portion can be screwed upon the screwthreaded part. 18. of the end-cap- 16,, in themanner illustrated in Fig. 5-,. the casing 25 inthatcase being used as a, handle for waving the flag 2:3 asclearly represented in Fig. 201?" the drawings By bringing the various parts into the relative positions, indicated in'Fig. 3, 01f; the. drawings,- the. tlag-stem or staff can be suitably lengthened, as will be clearly understood from an inspection of said Fig. 3.

The tubular main body l having been previously provided, by suction, with a quantity of eau de cologne, or if desired with water, the fluid may be ejected in a fine spray from the sprayer-end of the device, when the handle thus provided by the casing is moved up and down, and corresponding reciprocatory movements of the piston or plunger 13 within the tubular member 1 is produced.

The advantages of the herein-above described device, as a novelty and a toy, is self-evident and need not be further described in connection with the present specification. I am fully aware, however, that changes may be made in the general arrangements and combinations of the various devices. and parts, as well as in the details of the construction of the said parts, without departing from the scope of the present invention as set. forth in the foregoing specification, and as defined in the clauses of the claim which are appended thereto, Hence, 1 do not limit the present invention to the exact arrangements and combinations of the various. devices and parts as described in the said specification, nor do. I confine myself to. the exact details of the construction of the said parts as illustrated in the no companying drawings.

I claim l. A novelty device of the character specified comprising a main body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furlcd thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said body-member, a tubular member detachably mountedupon said body-member and its end-members, said tubular member providing an inclosing casing for the furled flag, and a stem-like element slidable with relation to said main body-member, arranged to provide an: extended flag-staff.

2. A novelty device of the character speci lied comprising a main body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furl ed thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said body-member, a tabular member detachably mounted upon said body-member and its end-members, said trnular member providing an inclosing casing for the furled flag, a stem-like element slidable with relation to said main bodymember, arranged to provide an extended flagstafi, and means connected with the free end-portion of said stem-like member for attachment thereto of said tubular member when removed from its inclosing relation with said main body-member and the endmembers. thereof.

3. A; novelty device of the character specified comprising a main tubular body-memher having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the endportions of said tubular body-member, a sprayer-nozzle connected with one of said end-members, a plunger within said tubular member, and a stem connected with said plunger, said stem extending through a perforation in the other endmember. j

A novelty device of the character speci fled comprising a main tubular bodymember having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said tubular body-member, a sprayer-nozzle connected with one of said end-members, a plunger within said tubular member, a stem connected with said plunger, said stem extending through a perforation in the other end member, and a tubular casing-member detachably mounted upon said body-member and its end-members, said tubular casingmember providing an inclosing casing for the furled flag.

5. A novelty device ofthe character specified comprising a main tubular body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said tubular body-member, a sprayer-nozzle connected with one of said end-members, a plunger within said tubular member, a stem connected with said plunger, said stem extending through a perforation in the other end-member, a tubular casing-member detachably mounted upon said body-member and its end-members, said tubular casing-member providing an inclosing casing for the furled flag, and means connected with the free endportion of said stem for attachment thereto of said tubular casing-member when removed from its inclosing relation with Said tubular body-member and the end-members thereof.

6. A novelty device of the character specified comprising a main tubular bodymember having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, an end-member mounted upon one end-portion of said tubular body-member, a plunger within said tubular body-member, a stem connected with said plunger, a second end-member mounted upon the other end-portion of said tubular body-member, said second-mentioned endmember having a perforation through which said stem extends, and a thimble-like ele ment connected with the free end-portion of said stem.

7. A novelty device of the character specified comprising a main tubular body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, an end-member mounted upon one end-portion of said tubular body-member, a plunger within said tubular body-member, a stem connected with said plunger, a second end-member mounted upon the other end-portion of said tubular said main tubular body-member, said tubular casing-member having an internally screw-threaded projection of said secondmentioned end-member.

8. A novelty device of the character specified comprising a main tubular body-memher having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, an end-member mounted upon one end-portion of said tubular body-member, a plunger within said tubular body-member, a stem connected with said plunger, a second end-member mounted upon the other end-portion of said tubular body-member, said second-mentioned endmember having a perforation through which said stem extends, and being provided also with an externally screw-threaded projection, a tubular casing-member mounted over said first-mentioned end-member and said main tubular body-member, said tubular casing-member having an internally screw threaded end-portion adapted to be screwed upon the screw-threaded projection of said second-mentioned end-member, and a thimble-like element connected with the free endportion of said stem, said thimble-like element being also provided with externally screw-threaded portion adapted to receive the internally screw-threaded end-portion of said tubular casing-member when removed from the screw-threaded projection of said second-mentioned end-member.

9. A novelty device of the character specitied comprising a main body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said body-me1nber, a tubular casing-member detachably mounted upon said body-member and its end-members, said tubular casing-member providing a casing for the furled flag, a thimble-like element relatively connected with one of said end-members, and a retaining ferrule in en gagement with said thimble-like element.

10. A novelty device of the character specified comprising a main body-member having attached thereto and adapted to be furled thereon a flag, end-members mounted upon the end-portions of said body-member, a tubular casing-member detachably mounted upon said body-member and its end-members, said tubular casing-member providing a casing for the furled flag, a thimblelike element relatively connected with one of said end-members, said last-mentioned em1member-beingprovided' with a perform set: forth. above I have hereunto set my tion, a stem-like-v element slidable with relahand this 9th day of November, 1914. tion to; said; main, body-member arranged to t provide an extended flag-stafl, 21nd a retain- SAMUEL EISENBERG' 5 ing ferrule in engagem nt With said thimble Witnesses;

like element. Fnnmx. G. FRAENTZEL,

In testimony, that I claim the invention FREDIL, H. W. FRAENTZEL.

Copies oi this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. 0.?

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Classifications
U.S. Classification446/180, 116/173, 401/195, 401/52
Cooperative ClassificationA63H29/16