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Publication numberUS1467803 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 11, 1923
Filing dateJun 9, 1922
Priority dateJun 9, 1922
Publication numberUS 1467803 A, US 1467803A, US-A-1467803, US1467803 A, US1467803A
InventorsOscar Mautner
Original AssigneeCarl Kraft
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Envelope
US 1467803 A
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i Application filed Julie 9,

ToaZZ whom. itmaj My invention relates in particular I to those envelopes used by paymasters depart-- of samementsin commercial. and industrial institu tions. It need not be confined'to this particular use altho that is the one' preferred usage I shall discuss here.

In monetary transactions between employer and employee, receipts are universally required. The reasons for this are obvious. I

In my many years of observation in matters of money disbursement I have seen many systems which in finalxanalysis may be resolved as follows. A printed, mimeographed or written receipt is used. The

amountof money involved is written in a. suitable place on the receipt. An entirel separate and distinct envelope is use marked in some manner toidentify it. The envelope and receipt are then fastened together with a pin, commercial clip or other temporary fastening means. When the money is disbursed the tem orary fas tening isremoved, the receipt given .to the employee to sign while the distributon holds the envelope pending return of the receipt.

Upon return of the receipt, the distributor pays the employee.

- The cost, lost motion and ceremony pertinent to this system is wasteful. To eliminate most of this waste I'have' conceivedthe envelope shown in\ the illustrative views, in which like figures refer to like parts.

Figure 1 shows a perspective view of one form of my envelope.

Figure 2 shows a development or pattern Figure 3 shows a second type of envelope in perspective.

Figure-1, A represents the envelopeproper, B represents the sealing flap, 0 represents the end of the envelope which is sealed in the manufacture. I have ektended this seal to allow freesection D upon which is printed the receipt. The flapC and receipt 1922. Serial No. 566,986.

D tion to permit ready removal of the receipt D. Theflap and receipt D are printed with like numbers to identify them.

In Figure 2 the same -envelope is shown developed, that is, as a pattern the flaps E I and. F fold in upon eachother and their common contact area is sealed to form of the envelope closure. x In Figure 3 the receipt D is} made as part of the side. of the envelope. instead of part of the end of it. The effect and results are the same in both cases. i

It is obvious that the first savingcomes 1n having to fill in but one receipt since the envelope needs no further identification,

Also the necessity of joining envelope and recelpt is eliminated. In actual use, the envelope correspondlng to any particular are separated by a perforated demarcapart.

eniployee is taken and held by the 'paymaster v I or distributor. The receipt is removed by one quick tearing movement, and. handed to the employee for his signature. It. is signed, returned, and the envelope nuinbered to correspond to the receipt is given to the employee. and effort is appreciable. l Having thus described m r invention- I find the saving of time what I claim and what I 'deslre to. secure.

United States Letters Patent for, is:

' 1. An. envelope, having one surface addi-,

tional to the sealing surface, said surface being an integral-part of said envelope directly attached to that flap of the envelope that is sealed in the process of manufacture; said additional surface being marked asa receipt and being serially numbered to correspond to said envelope; whichadditional surface is substantially a part of, but readily detachable from, said envelope, and which surface is part of the sideor end element of said envelope and so constituted. as to be within the physical I limits of the envelope proper without-beingfolded upon itself.

2. An envelope, having one surface additional to the sealed surface, said surface being an integral part of said envelope directly attached to that flap of the envelopethat is sealed in the process of manufacture; said additional surface being marked as a receipt and being serially numbered to correspond to said envelope; permit 015 positive sealing of all parts of the a which additional surface is substantially a envelope as'required. v 10 part of, but readily detachable from, said i In witness whereofl; hereunto subscribe envelope, and whichsurface is part of the my name this seventh dayof June, 1922.

5 side or end-element of said envelope and so i e v OSCAR MAUTNER.

constituted as to be Within thephysical Witnesses:

limits of the envelope proper without being WALTER WEIss, folded upon itself, and at the salnetime vS. F. Rrn'mz.

Referenced by
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US2840295 *Dec 9, 1954Jun 24, 1958Berlin & Jones Company IncEnvelope
US2840296 *Dec 9, 1954Jun 24, 1958Berlin & Jones Company IncEnvelope
US4513993 *Mar 21, 1983Apr 30, 1985Bates Printing Specialties, Inc.Tear open tamper resistant game ticket assembly
US6192661Apr 29, 1997Feb 27, 2001R. R. Donnelley & SonsReturn envelope assembly
Classifications
U.S. Classification229/70
International ClassificationB42D15/08
Cooperative ClassificationB42D15/08
European ClassificationB42D15/08