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Publication numberUS1523491 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 20, 1925
Filing dateMay 11, 1923
Priority dateMay 11, 1923
Publication numberUS 1523491 A, US 1523491A, US-A-1523491, US1523491 A, US1523491A
InventorsRast Felix Q
Original AssigneeRast Felix Q
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Paper-holding device
US 1523491 A
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFECE.

FELIX Q RAfiT, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

PAPER-HOLDING DEVICE.

Application filed May 11,

allowing the paper to be removed from the roll in predetermined lengths.

For particular uses, it is desirable to have paper in the form of rolls, preferably supported to allow of the revolution of the roll, in order that the paper may be readily removed therefrom.

In some specific cases of paper employment, it is desirable that paper strips of predetermined lengths may be readily removed from the roll, and further, when rolls of this character are exposed in public places, it is advantageous that some means be employed whereby the theft, or removal, of the paper roll may be prevented.

The device of my invention possesses all of the above described desirable attributes with other features of novelty and usefulness as will be evident upon a consideration of the accompanying drawings and my description thereof. Y

My invention comprises a device suitable for the holding of a roll of paper in such a manner that it can not be removed therefrom until all of the paper has been removed from the core. The locking device is simple in construction, positive in action and incapable of being unlocked while the paper roll is within the device.

The device of my invention possesses also the valuable property of allowing of the removal of a predetermined length of paper, the severance of the paper at the desired line being accomplished by the interruption of the revolution of the roll at predetermined periods of roll revolution, the removal of the length of paper allowing the return of the roll into its normal position for reuse.

A further valuable feature of the device of my invention is that the roll-revolving means is of such a character as to be oper- 923. Serial N- 638,263.

ative only with roll cores of certain predetermined forms, thus assuring the purchaser of the source of his paper and enabling the manufacturer, or seller, of the device to be protected against the substitution of inferior paper.

My device is simple in construction, compact in form, economical in production and eliicient and positive in operation.

In the particular form of a device of my invention, shown in the accompanying drawings, similar parts are designated by similar numerals.

Figure 1 is a top plan view of one form of the device of my invention with a paper roll in position.

Figure 2 is a front view of Figure 1 with the paper roll omitted.

Figure 3 is a broken cross-section through the line 33 of Figure 1.

Figure 4 is a cross-section through the line 44 of Figure 3.

Figure 5 is a cross-section through the line 55 of Figure 3.

Figure 6 is an end View of a paper roll showing opening for sleeve.

Figure 7 is a view of the other end of the paper roll showing opening for revolving means.

The particular form of the device of my invention, shown in the accompanying drawings, comprises a support having the ribbed arms 10 and 11, the angular portions 12 and 13 of which are rivet-ed to the back 14 by means of a plurality of bolts 15, 15. lVithin the back 14 are two spaced slots 16, 16 to allow of the insertion of the screws 17, 17 whereby the support may be aflixed to a wall 18.

The arm 10 is extended into the hollow lock-carrying cylindrical member, or casing. 19 having the hollow pin-carrying cylindrical member 20 connected therewith.

Slidable within the lock-carrying member 19 is a sleeve 21 having the expanded head 22. The sleeve 21 has an opening 23 in alignment with the interior chamber of the pin-carrying member 20 when the sleeve is in its furthermost inward position.

Slidable within the sleeve 21 is a bolt having a flange 24, a restricted portion 25, an inclined portion 26, a body portion 27, 1 restricted portion 28 and a head portion 29. The portions 24, 27 and 29 abut upon the inner face of the sleeve bore and the poras shown and described, as these are given simply as a means for clearly explaining the device of my invention.

hat I claim is 1. In a device for revo-lubly holding a roll of paper, in combination, a support, a pair of parallel arms fixedly attached to the support, a revoluble member having an extended angular element capable of insertion within a correspondingly formed opening within the end of a roll core and revoluble therewith, said revoluble member being carried by one of the arms, a slidable extended member in alignment with the angular member capable of revolubly holding the core when in locked extended position, said slidable member being carried by the outer arm,

a locking means, means positioned within the core for unlocking the slidable member allowing its movement to disengage said member from said core, means for limiting the revo-luble movement and spring means for returning the revoluble member to its original position from a revolved position.

2. In a paper-holding device, in combination, a casing having an opening therethrough, a hollow sleeve slidable within the casing opening and extending therethrough, the extended portion being capable of insertion within an opening in a core end, the easing and the sleeve having aligned holes perpendicular to a bolt slidable within the sleeve, a bolt slidab-le within the sleeve, a driver and a pin within the aligned holes locking the sleeve from movement, means whereby the movement of the bolt will unlock the sleeve, allowing the extended portion of the sleeve to be drawn into the casing, revolving means capable of insertion within an opening in a core end and revoluble therewith and means for maintaining the sleeve and the revolving means in align ment with each other, so spaced that a roll core may be positioned between them when the sleeve is within the casing and be engaged and held by them when the sleeve is withdrawn from the casing.

3. In a paper-holding device, in combination. a frame comprising a back and two spaced arms, a casing having an opening thercthrough carried by one arm, a sleeve slidable within the casing and extending outwardly therefrom in the direct-ion of the other arm, means for preventing the withdrawal of the sleeve from within the casing, the casing and the sleeve having aligned holes, a boltslidable within the sleeve, means for preventing the bolt from withdrawal from the sleeve, a driver and a pin within the aligned holes, the pin resting upon the bolt locking the sleeve from movement within the casing, means whereby the movement of the bolt will unlock the sleeve allowing the extended portion to be drawn inwardly towards the casing, means for returning the bolt to its original position with respect to the sleeve, means whereby the return of the sleeve to its original position will lock it from movement, revoluble means carried by the other arm in alignment with the sleeve and means whereby the revoluble means may be inserted within a corresponding opening in the end of a paper roll causing it to revolve therewith, the spacing between the sleeve and the revolving means being such as to allow of the placement of a roll of paper bet-ween them when the sleeve is withdrawn and causing the sleeve and the revolving means to engage in openings within the roll ends when the sleeve is in extended position.

4. In a paper-holding device, in combination, a frame comprising a back and two spaced arms, a casing having an opening therethrough carried by one arm, a sleeve slidable within the casing and extending outwardly therefrom in the direction of the other arm, means for preventing the withdrawal of the sleeve from within the casing, the casing and the sleeve having aligned holes, a bolt slidable within the sleeve, means for preventing the bolt from with drawal from the sleeve, a driver and a pin Within the aligned holes, the pin resting upon the bolt locking the sleeve from movement within th casing, means whereby the movement of the bolt will unlock the sleeve allowing the extended portion to be drawn inwardly towards the casing, means for returning the bolt to its original position wit-h respect to the sleeve, means whereby the return of the sleeve to its original position will lock it from movement, revoluble means carried by the other arm in alignment with the sleeve, means for limiting the revolution of the revolving means, means for returning the revolving means to its original position when revolved and means whereby the revoluble means may be inserted within a corre sponding opening in the end of a paper roll causing it to revolve therethrough, the spacing between the sleeve and the revolving means being such as to allow of the placement of a roll of paper between them when the sleeve is withdrawn and causing the sleeve and the revolving means to engage in openings within the roll ends when the sleeve is in extended position.

Signed at New York city in the county of New York and State of New York this 30th day of April, 1928.

FELIX Q. EAST.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2917249 *Jul 19, 1955Dec 15, 1959Maclelland Willis GPaper roll support
US3878998 *Dec 3, 1973Apr 22, 1975Lazzari Gilbert ARoll holder
US4614312 *Aug 20, 1984Sep 30, 1986Del Pino Herman DRoll paper holder
US5215274 *Sep 27, 1991Jun 1, 1993Lin Wen YiSupporting device for toilet tissue
Classifications
U.S. Classification242/596.5, 242/596.4
International ClassificationA47K10/38, A47K10/24
Cooperative ClassificationA47K10/38
European ClassificationA47K10/38