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Publication numberUS1368386 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 15, 1921
Filing dateAug 25, 1919
Priority dateAug 25, 1919
Publication numberUS 1368386 A, US 1368386A, US-A-1368386, US1368386 A, US1368386A
InventorsBlake William F
Original AssigneeBlake William F
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Bell and ball toy
US 1368386 A
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W. F. BLAKE.

BELL AND BALL TOY.

APPLICATION FILE-D AUG-25,1919.

Paten ted Febrl5, 1921'.

PATENT orFicE.

WILLIAM E. BLAKE, 0F TOLEDO, OHIO.

BELL AND BALL TOY.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Feb. 15, 1921.

Application filed August 25, 1919. Serial No. 319,691.

T 0 all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, WVILLIAM F. BLAKE, a citizen of the United States, residing at Toledo, in the county oi Lucas and State oi Ohio. have invented a new and useful Bell and Ball Toy, of which the following is a specification.

My invention relates to bell an d ball toys in which the same are attached to handle; and the objects of my invention are, first to provide a toy for small children which is light, simple. and amusing; and second, to provide a toy having a handle to which is attached a bell and a ball so they cannot be easily lost.

I attain these objects by the mechanism illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in which- Figure 1 is a view of the toy as a whole; Fig. 2, a detail View showing the method. oi? attaching the bell and ball to the handle; and Fig. 3, detail view of the bell showing the sounding slots.

Similar numerals refer to similar parts throughout the several views.

Referring to Fig. 1, the figure 1 indicates the handle made of wood or other material and 2 a spherical bell attached to the end of handle 1. 3 shows the collets through which the body of a pin. or thus hell 2 is held in alinement with the handle, 4t is an opening in side of the bell for inserting anchor 6 which is placed to one side of the axis of the bell to facilitate movement, thereby causing the bell to ring. 5 is an endless elastic band with one end looped over anchor 6 and the other over the e e of iii one side of the hollow rubber ball 7 thus connecting the ball with handle 1. The swivel eye device 9 has the prongs 12 lllSCllQt l in the ball 7 and crossed at such an angle that when tension is placed on the projecting eye 9 the prongs 12 are forced to press outward and upward on the sides of the ball 7 and so cannot be pulled out. The loose balls 8 act as a clapper in hell 2. The sounding slots 10 are shown in Fig. 8, also one of the collet-s 3; the sleeve 11 of the other collet nail passes and swivel device 9 which is insertedis inserted at the intersection of the slots 10 and so keeps hell 2 from sliding out of position by way of the sounding slots 10; thus collets 3 keep bell 2 in vertical alinement with handle 1, yet allow the bell to rotate and chime.

In the operation of my invention, a child grasps the handle 1 and bounces the ball 7 on the ground, wall, floor, chair, etc. The elastic band 5 will stretch and bring the ball back, while the clapper 8 rings or chimes against the sides of bell 2, thus amusing the child. This toy can be used as a rattle or the child can whirl the handle and as the ball is attached at one side of the axis of the hell it will readily whirl around describing a wheel or circle.

Having thus described I claim as new and desire to secure by ters Patent, is:

1. In a bell and ball toy, the combination of a handle with a bell rotatably attached to the handle and an anchor projecting from the periphery oil: the bell and at one side of the axis of the hell with an endless elastic band looped over said anchor and the other end of said band looped over a swivel eye in a hollow rubber ball to cause the bell to rotate on the handle.

2. A toy of the class described, comprising a handle, a bell rotatably mounted on said. handle, a flexible member pivot-ally secured at one end to said bell eccentric to the axis thereof, andv a ball suspended by said flexible member and adapted to swing the latter to impart rotative movement to said bell.

3. A toy oi: the class described comprising a handle, a hell rotatably mounted on said handle, an anchorage member engaged with. said bell eccentric to the axis thereof, an endless elastic band engaged with said an chorage member, and. a ball carried by said band and adapted to swing therewith to rotate said bell.

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my invention, what Let- Witnesses GLADYS C. DIPMAN, M. S. RAMSEYER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification446/265
International ClassificationA63H5/00
Cooperative ClassificationA63H5/00
European ClassificationA63H5/00