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Publication numberUS1453396 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 1, 1923
Filing dateJan 29, 1923
Priority dateJan 30, 1922
Publication numberUS 1453396 A, US 1453396A, US-A-1453396, US1453396 A, US1453396A
InventorsLeggatt Edward Henry Albert
Original AssigneeLeggatt Edward Henry Albert
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Dart board or like target
US 1453396 A
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May 1, 1922.

E. H. A. LEGGATT 'DART BOARD OF LIKE TARGET Filed Jan. '29. 1925 E. H.- LEGGATT,

By his Attorneys,

Patented May 1, 1923.

UNITED fiTATES PATENT OFFICE.

EDWARD HENRY ALBERT LEGGATT, F WOODFORD GREEN, ENGLAND.

DART BOARD OR LIKE TARGET.

Application filedJ'anuary 29, 1923. Serial No. 615,652.

To all whom it may concern. plate 6, the frame consisting of two rings 0 Be it known that I, EDWARD HENRY AL- and d and radial bars 6 forming a number nnrsr LEGGATT, a subject of the King of of compartments. In the frame is the cen- Great Britain, residing at Greenlea, Woodtral bulls eye, which, together with the 6 ford Green, Essex, England, have invented frame is filled with plastic material. The a new or Improved Dart Board or like compartments may be numbered so that a Target, of which the following is a specificahit with a dart is given a different value,

tion. according to the compartment it strikes.

This invention relates to dart boards or Such a target is unaffected by variations 10 like targets. of the atmosphere and the metal plates be- Heretofore such targets have been made ing thin the darts cannot be stopped but are of wood or cork with metal wires stretched only slightly diverted f they should strike upon the wood or cork to divide the target them. i into spaces which are usually marked with What I claim is I different values. Such targets are diificultv 1. A. dart board consisting of a plate, a to stock as they are affected by the amount metal frame fixed to the plate, and adapted of humidity in the atmosphere. It is thereto form compartments, and a filling of fore usual periodically to soak them in plastic material in the frame. 50 water, besides which it is found that the 2. A dart board consisting of a plate, two darts are often diverted by the metal wires. rings fixed to the plate, radial bars adapted According to this invention I construct to form. compartments, and a filling ofa dart board of material which remains plastic material between the rings. plastic permanently or for a considerable 3. Ar dart board consisting of a plate, two 55 period. Such plastic material may be rings fixed to the plate, the smaller ring bought in the open market, bein sold unforming a bulls eye, radialbars adapted to der the name Nodor' or filasticine form compartments and a filling of plastic amongst others. material between the rings and in the bulls The accompanying drawing shows a tareye. 60 get made in accordance with this invention. In testimony that I claim the foregoing Figure l is a front elevation and Figure 2 as my invention I have signed my name this a transverse section. 18th day of January, 1923.

a is a thin metal frame mounted upon a WARD HENRY ALBERT LEGGATT

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US5417437 *Dec 20, 1993May 23, 1995Puma Dart Products LimitedDartboard and method of manufacture
EP0201328A2 *May 7, 1986Nov 12, 1986Henry Simon WolfeToy apparatus simulating hunting or combat
Classifications
U.S. Classification273/408
International ClassificationF41J3/00
Cooperative ClassificationF41J3/0066
European ClassificationF41J3/00D6B