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Publication numberUS1244600 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 30, 1917
Filing dateJan 15, 1917
Priority dateJan 15, 1917
Publication numberUS 1244600 A, US 1244600A, US-A-1244600, US1244600 A, US1244600A
InventorsKoiy G Hadgieff
Original AssigneeKoiy G Hadgieff
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Cement-holder.
US 1244600 A
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K. G. HADGIEFF.

CEMEINT HOLDER. APPLICATION FILED JAN. 15. 1911.

L24400. Patented 001;. 30, 1917.

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K. G. HADGIEFF.

CEMENT HOLD-ER.

APfLlcAnoN FILED um. 15. |917.

1,244,600. Patented oct. 30, 1917.

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device to a desirable eXtent.

slots 31 in the said beads 13 and 16. It

will be understood that the latches 26 as..

well as the recesses 32 are arranged at any convenient point being herein illustrated at diametrically opposite sides of the device. Y

From this detailed description of the invention, it will be understood that when the three sections, 10, 11, and 12 are pulled outwardly with the device expanded for providing its greatest internal capacity, the latches 26 will engage the sockets 29 in the manner best illustrated in Fig.` 7, the structure being thereby locked in the arrangement illustrated in Fig. 1. the latch 26 of the upper section 10, said upper section may be moved over to section 11', providing a receptacle of lesser dimen sion, while by releasing the latch 26 at the bottom of the intermediate section 11, the lower section 12 may be moved inwardly thereof and at which time the entire devicev willassume its smallest dimensions as shown f by full lineof Fig. linthe drawings.

` Each of the sections 11 and 12 is provided with a keeper recess 32, adaptedy to receive the end 30 of the latch 26 of the adjacent outwardly positioned sections, whereby the right on a Ysupport by releasing the latch 26y and pressingdownwardly upon the cover 17.

A suitable Acontainer is arranged, the capacity of which may be varied at will, the structure being lime and water proof, and the rcontents thereof always easily accessible by opening the lid 18, by contracting the By releasing tional engagement with the inner face of said top section, a bottom section telescoping within said intermediate section, and having a top bead frictionally engaging the inner face of said intermediate section, latches shiftably carried by said beads, the said upper beads provided withreceiving sockets for the said latches, arranged in operative alinement therewith.

2. A cement container comprising a plu rality of telescoping sections, a cover provided upon the largest end'section, a 'countersunk bottom provided for the smallest end section, a swinging bail carried by the said bottom, adapted for flatly engaging the same, spring pressed ylatches carried by the lower ends of the largest and intermediate sections, adapted for engagement with the upperfends of the intermediate and smallest sections, when the sections are projected, the

sections adjacent the lower ends being arrangedy with keeper recesses positioned in alinement therewith when the sections are contracted.

3. A receptacle comprising telescoping sections,bottom beads arranged upon the relatively outer sections, top beads arranged upon the relatively inner sections provided with receiving slots, spring pressed latches shiftably and rotatably carried by the said lower beads, reinforcing wires within the said beads having interrupted portions adj acent the said sockets 'and latches, the ,inwardly arranged sections having keeper recesses adapted for alinement with the said latches when the latter are partially rotated andthe sections are telescopingly retracted.

In testimony whereof I a'Hix my signature.

KOIY G. IIADGIEFF.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for ve cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,

Washington, D. C.

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US2772911 *Jul 28, 1952Dec 4, 1956Dempster Brothers IncEnclosed containers
US2812875 *Nov 9, 1953Nov 12, 1957Whirlpool Seeger CorpCollapsible wire freezer basket
US3301457 *Jul 31, 1964Jan 31, 1967Millian Stephen JCollapsible container
US4235331 *May 16, 1979Nov 25, 1980Bates Claude F IiiCollapsible basket
US20100044389 *Mar 30, 2009Feb 25, 2010TBS Products, Inc.Resilient container grip device and related methods
Classifications
U.S. Classification220/8, 220/766, 220/772
Cooperative ClassificationB65D21/086