US 1437362 A
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H. RIUS AND J. M. FONTANAL'S. PURSE. APPLICATION FILED Nov'. 29, I921. 1,437,362, Patented NOV. 28, 1922.
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INVENTORS HaveyP/us Jog PH/ZENM/vma A TTOR/VEYS dress cut away to show how the doll bust Patented Nov. 28, 19 22.
I Y HENRY nrcsann JOSEPH Mama ronrnnans, or NEW YORK, n. Y. I I
TouZZ whom it may (20mm; Be it known that we, HEN Y FON'IANALS, a citizen of the United "States, and residents of'the city of New. York, borough of Manhattan, in the county and State of New York, have invented new and useful Improvements in Purses, of which the fol lowing is a full, clear, and exact description.
will be more clearly understood from the following detailed description and accompanying drawings.
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the improved purse;
Figure2 is a side elevation with a portion of the doll bust and dress cut away to show the purse and themeans of'associating the doll bust with the draw strings;
Figure 3 is a perspective view of a modification; v
Figure 4 is a side elevation of the modification with a portion of the doll bust and and dress are associated.
- Referring to the above-mentioned drawings, a bag 10 is shown provided with draw strings 11, Attached to the upper portion of the bag and extending downward enclosing the same is a skirt 12. The draw strings 11 extend through an opening 13 provided in the doll bust; 14. The opening is sufficiently large so that the doll bust may be easilyslid up and down upon the draw strings. Carried b the doll bust is the upper portion of a ress 15, which is made from the same material as the skirt 12, and so arranged that it may be associated'with the skirt so that the whole will give the appearance of a complete dress. Positioned on the head of the doll bust is a decorative hat'16. The doll bust 14 may be made of a riety of h p and ecorated in. various PURSE.
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manners so as to create pleasing efiects to v appeal to the tastes of diiferent individuals.
'1 f Onemodification' ofthe improved purse,-
sewing bag or thelike, is shownin' Figures and i. Tnthis constructionthe skirt 1 2 is.
attached to the upper portion of the dress 15 suspended from the dollbust 14: so as to completely cover the bag10. Instead of the decorative hat 16, arovided in the preferredform shown in Figures 1 and 2, hair 17 which serves as a decorative means is at tached to the head'of the doll bust.
v This improved purse is carried by means of the draw strings 11 which also serve to close the bag 10. In order to gain access to the bag the doll bust 1a is taken hold of and the bag 1.0 drawn down from underneath the skirt, drawing the drawstrings .11 through the opening 13 in the doll bust 14. Then the bag 10 is opened like any other bag closed by means of draw strings.
\Ve would state in conclusion that while the illustrated examples constitute practical embodiments of our invention we do not limit ourselves strictly to the exact details herein illustrated since manifestly the same i can be considerably varied without departing' from the spirit of the invention as defined in the appended claims.
1. As a new article of manufacture, a purse ofthe class described compr sing a bag having draw strings in c0n u nction therewith for closing it, a doll bust slidably mountedon the drawstrings 'so that it will seat on the bag, and means associated with the bag and purse to give the whole the appearance of a dressed doll.
'2. As a new article of manufacture, a purse or sewing bag of the class described comprising a bag having drawstrings in conjunction therewithfor closing, a doll bust slidablymountedon the draw strings so that it will seat on the bag, a deco: rative hat positioned on the head of the doll bust, and a dress, having a skirt, which over doll, carried by the doll bust;
'3. As a new article of manufacture, a purse or sewing bag of the class described comprising abag having draw strings in lies the bagto give the whole the appear- I ance of a dressed conjunction therewith for controlling the opening and closing, a doll bust slidably mounted onthe draw strings so thatit will seat on the bag; a deeor lv h pos tlcned en the head if the doll bust, and a dress liavinga skirt which slides over the bag to cever it so as to give the whole the appearance Of Lt dressed doll. 7
4Q As a new article of manufacture, 2L purse of the class described, comprising it hag, means for controlling the opening and closing of the bag, inezins fe'r carrying the barge doll bust associated with the carrying means, ,zi jdeccratlve hat positioned 'on the .hezid of the dell bust, and L dress carried by the doll bust se that it maybe associated nith the bag to give the whole the appearance ot a dressed doll. s
int r/562 5. .A's-e new article (if. in anufacturge carrying container of the class described comprising a bag having draw strings in conjunctiontherewith for controlling the opening and closing of them, a doll bust having an opening extending vertically therethrough mounted on the draw strings so that it ill seat On the bag, a decorative hat positioned on the doll bust head, and address carriedby the doll bust and having the skirt nssccia't'ed with the bag to give the whole the appearance of a dressed doll. i
HENRY RIUS. v
JOSEPH MARIA FONTANALs.