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Publication numberUS1491399 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 22, 1924
Filing dateJan 8, 1923
Priority dateJan 8, 1923
Publication numberUS 1491399 A, US 1491399A, US-A-1491399, US1491399 A, US1491399A
InventorsHein George N
Original AssigneeHein George N
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Driving shield
US 1491399 A
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a member adju-stably mounted within the frame to vn .the clear vision opening therethrough, zinc means for mounting ther shield to permit 'its universal' dj-ustment relative to its su port.

2. .A riving s'liield cor'np-rising; a frame v a pair of non-.trans -arent shutters carrie' by the frame, said s utters adapted for in dependent" angular adjustment outwardly fromone face of the frame for 'varying the vision opening through the frame between the free edges thereof. 3.- driving shield comprising en 'open frame, a pair of opaque shutters earried by l5 the frame, said shutters adapted for independent angular adjustment outwardly from one fave of the frame for vu 'ing the vision opening between the free ecges tliereof a translucent mernber vertically adj'usteiJle within the frnrne and lui-ving,r an unobstructed lower edge, said member adapted' for adjustment within the -frnme to project Vits lower edge below-the frame, und means for mounting theslneldto permit its unrversnl adjustment relative to' its support.

4. A driving shield, comprising un open frame, apuir of non-transparent members hinged respectively to the upper and lower edges tliereof,. seid members capable of folding toelose the frame `opening and of independent angular adjustment outwardly #mee-W from one face of the frame to afford n veriable transparent sight opening betv` een their free edges, und means for mounting the shield and e translucent member-.carried by the frame end movable therein within the mme f' a .Sight opening" afforded between the free edges ofthe members. A

-.5. A driving eli-field eomprisin'g en open fremd-.a pair of. nont-rasperentmenibers 40 hing-ed respectively tothe upper and' lower edges thereof at op ite ,faf'oes of the frame, said members c apa le' o f independent angular adjustment outwardly from .their respontiveframe ineen-to' ati'ord -a variable vision' 45 outwardly from' their respective vfremef-:lees 5'5 to aord n variable vision opening 'through the frame between their treel edges, a, trans-` parent-member carried by the frame and 4movable into said vision opening, and means for 'mounting sei-d shield to permit its uni- 30- 'versal adjustment relative to its support.

7. VAt driving shield veon'iiprising a frame, a'pair of shutters associatie. rivitlx the frame, said shuttersadapted for independently .nn-

lgul-er adjust-ment outwardly from one facie l' of the frame for varying'the vision opening between the free edges thereof, and n non-transparent member vertically .adjustable with-in the. frame.

In testimony whereof I have signed my Y name to this *speeiiicnt-ion',

Geenen-Neem. i if y

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US2518592 *Aug 22, 1947Aug 15, 1950Alexander Bell LeeGlare screen mounting for motor vehicles
US3018134 *Mar 1, 1960Jan 23, 1962Ochterbeck Berthold HKnee rest for automobiles
US4270721 *Sep 22, 1978Jun 2, 1981Mainor Jr Ross FInstrument support
US20080169389 *Jan 12, 2007Jul 17, 2008Hill J LyleCollapsible stand
U.S. Classification296/97.8, 359/613
International ClassificationB60J3/02
Cooperative ClassificationB60J3/02
European ClassificationB60J3/02