US 1463536 A
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J. 0. REMILLARD NONSPLASH BOTTLE OPENER July 31, 1923.
Filed June 14. 1922 r Advern'sing Patented July 31, 1923.
' Ira s PATET'F OFFICE.
JOSEPH OD ILON REMILLAR-D, OF MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, ASSIGNOR OF ONE- THIRD T0 ALPI-IONSUS GOB'MAN AND ONE-THIRD TO JOHN. ALEXANDER HUG-H CAMERON, BOTH 0F MONTREAL, CANADA.
v NONSPLASH BOTTLE OPENER.
Application filed June 14,
T 0 all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, JOSEPH ODILON RE- MILLARD, a British subject and a citizen of the Dominion of Canada, residing at the city of Montreal, in the Province of Quebec, Dominion of Canada, have invented a new and useful Nonsplash Bottle Opener, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to a bottle-opener by which any thin stopper in a bottle, whether of wood, card-board, cork, rubber, paper, fibre or other substance or metal, may be partially or wholly removed from the neck of a bottle without the liquid contents thereof being spilled or splashed in any way.
I attain these objects by a mechanism illustrated in the accompanying drawing in which Figure 1 is the front or top View of the non-splash bottle-opener, showing the long hollow removable sharp-pointedmetal cap 4 5 6, with a shoulder at 4, capable of penetrating a thin stopper with moderate .pres-. sure, in position on a circular metal pin 1 2 3; one portion 2 3 pressed or drilled round so as to receive said sharp-pointed metal cap 4 5 6, the other portion 1 2 split down the centre and pressed on or fastened to an oval, circular, rectangular or square handle made of metal, mica, celluloid, rubber, wood, fibre, paper or other substance, in one piece or layer, or in more than one piece or layer, with space on the front and on the back. of each piece or layer for advertising; I
Figure 2 is a front or top view of the nonsplash bottle-opener, showing the" hollow removable sharp-pointed metal cap 4 5 6 suspended by a small waterproof cord, one end of which cord is passed through a small hole at 5 and knotted at the inner end at 5 and inside of the circular hollowopening 4 5 in said metal cap, the other end of which cord is fastened at 7 by passing same through a small hole in the handleand securing this end by means of a knot; and
Figure 3 is a front or top view of the non- 1922. Serial No. 568,344.
splash bottle-opener, showing the neck of a bottle 8 9 with a stopper 10 11 in position,
and said metal cap 4 5 6 removed from the 7 metal pin 1 2 3 by the shoulder of the metal cap at 4 after penetrating the thin stopper 10 11, as soon as the metal pin 7 Thus this non-splash bottle-opener will i make it practically possible for a housewife or other person partially or wholly to remove any thin stopper from a bottle, without causing the liquid contents thereof to spill or splash in any way: (a) partially, if only a portion of the liquid contents thereof is to be used, in which event the thin stopper may be placed back in position; and (b) wholly, if all of the liquid contents thereof is to be used.
I claim: r I
1. In a bottle disk remover, the combination of a pointed cap-like member: having an open end, an aperture at the base of the opening, a handle comprising a pin adapted to seat in the cap opening and a finger hold attached to said pin, a flexible waterproof cord passing through the aperture at the base f the cap opening and connecting said cap with said pin member,all substantially as set forth.
2. In a bottle disk remover, the combination of a pointed cap-like member having an open end', an aperture at the base of the 7 opening, a handle comprising a pin adapted to seat in the cap opening" and a finger hold attached to said pin, a flexible waterproof cord passing through the: aperture at the base of the cap opening and connecting said'cap'with said pin 1nember,.said finger hold being split down the centre to permit its being fastened to a flat handle, in one layer, orin more than one layer, with space available on the front and Onthe back of each layer for advertising, all substan'tially 1 as set forth.
JOSEPH ODILON REMILLARD.