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Publication numberUS1532688 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 7, 1925
Filing dateOct 12, 1922
Priority dateOct 12, 1922
Publication numberUS 1532688 A, US 1532688A, US-A-1532688, US1532688 A, US1532688A
InventorsFeuerstein Arthur
Original AssigneeFeuerstein Arthur
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Radio receiver holder
US 1532688 A
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April 7, 1925.

A. FEUERSTEIN RADIO RECEIVER HOLDER Filed Oct. 12, 1922 .Mu m

W 5 R E ,w W A etented Apr. 7, 1925.

UNITED sTA'rEs AR'I'HUB FEUEBSTEIN, IOB' GBEA'TNECK, NEW YORK.

RADIO RECEIVB, EOLDER.

Application med october 1a, 1922. seriai m. 594,158.

To all w/wm 'it may conccrn:

Be it known that. I, An'riiUR Fi'iUnRs'rniN. a citizen of the' United States, i'esiding at Great Neck, in the county of Nassau and 'State of New York, have invented certain new .and useful Iinproveinents in Radio Receiver Holders, of which the following is a specification.

My invention relates to iniprovements in radio receiver holders, and has for an ob' ject to provide a holder of this class, that is adapted to meet tlie need of caring for radio receivers in such a iiianner, as to obviate any danger of injury to the phones when the same is not in use.

Another object of niy invention is to provide a radio receiver holder, wliich may e convenieiitly used, and which may be easily fastened or unfastened from the cabinets, which is a decided advantage to be considered if used on a portable or semiportable radio set.

A further object of my invention is to provide an adjustable radio receiver holder whereby as many of the holders may be used ona set as seems desirable, each holder accommodating one set of phones.

A still`l further object of my invention is to provide an adjustable radio receiver holder, that is adapted to sup ort the phone in a handy place, and at t e same time waive possibilities of injury, due to the fact that the holders are suspended in the air, but at the same time liolds rigidly.

A still further object of my invention is to provide an adjustable radio receiver holder` that will obviate the danger and inconvenience of the phone cords becoming unduly tangled, as the cord may be left in the radio setfiwhile the receivers are hanging in the adjustable holder.

A still further'object of my invention is to provide an adjustable radio receiver holder, which is adapted to be used in conjuiiction With any size cabinet, and that i's strong, durable, simple and inexpensive in construction and that is well adapted to the i use for which it is designed.

Other objects and advantages of the invention will appear as the description proceeds.

In the drawings, wherein like numerals are employed to designatc like parts throughout the same,

Figura 1 is a perspective view illustrating my invention in use,

Figure 2 is a longitudinal section taken through the same, and

Figure 3 is a front view of a portion of apparatus embodying niy invention'.

In the drawings, whci'ein for the purpose of illustration is shown a preferrcd ein-v bodiincnt of the same, the nunieral designates the body of niv holder, 'and it is adapted to be inounted. vertically when in' use. The top of the body portion 5 is bent ang'ularly forming the arni 6, wliich terininates in the (lepending arm 7 to which is'adapted to be mounted .a suitable clip 8 by inca'ns of a rvet or the like 91 The lower end of the body portion 5 terininates in an enlarged portion 10 and is provided at its lower extremity With the depending fingers'll, and are adapted ,to engage one side of the cabinet 12. Located directly above the fingcrs 11 and made intcgml With the body poi'tion 5 is a longitudinally extendinr arm 13 which carries a. longitudinally extending guide member 14. The guide member 14 is provided on its upper face with aslot 15 exteding throughout its entire length so as to provide a T-shaped groove which will be more full)v desci'ibed hereinafter.

A slide base 16' is so constructed as to operate within the groove 15, and near its outer end it is enlarged to form a base 17. The base 17 is provided with the angular cars 18 which are adapted to engage the opposite side of the Gabinet 12. Near the forward end of the slide base 16 is mounted a screw tlireaded shaft or bolt 19 on which is adapted to be mounted a, thumb nut 20` and a washer 21. It will thus be seen that the waslier 21 is larger than the width of the groove l15 and is adapted to frictioiially engage the top of the arm 14 when the thumb nut 20 is tightened. An upwardly extending guide pin 22 is also mounted on the slide base 16 and is located at any desired position. The downwardly extending ears 11 and 18 may be provided with a felt rubber, cork or otlier Satisfactory material covering, so tliat the cabinet 12 will not be marred when my improved holder is applied tliereto. As is clearly shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings, a further adj'ustineiit may be had by means of a movable member 23 which is carried on a screw threaded shaft or thumb nut 24. The end of the shaft 24 is so connected to the memben 23, that during the rotation of the i thumb nut 24, the member 23 will not rof tate but will be moved longitudinally. The

to becomefjarred thereby throwing the receiver outV of the :necessary adjustment. `In

use, the holder is applied or mounted asis clearly shown in Fig. 1 of'the drawings, and the slide base 16 is moved so that the ears 18 will frictionally'engage the side of the cabinet' 12, Vand the thumb nutV 20 is ti htened so as to force the washer 21 into frlctional contact with the top of the arm 14. A further adjustment -ma be had by turning the thumb nut 24 whic i willithrow the member 23 into frictionai contact withthe opposite side of the cabinet 12.

It isto be understood that the form of my invention herewith` shown and de- Vscribed is to be taken as the preferred em- Vbodiment of the same and that various changes in the Shape, size and arrangement of parts, materials, dimensions, may be resorted to without departing from the spirit of m invention or the scope' of the :subjoine claim. i

Havin f thus. described what I c aim isF- A radio receiver `holder com rising a body terminating in an enlar ,portion at its lower end, s aced depening fingers formed on the V,Ven' arged portion, a Vright angularly disposed arm formed on the enlarged portion directly above the finger's, a T-shaped .guide carried by the arm, a slide arm slidably fitted in the T-shaped guide, the outer end of the slide arm-being enlarged, 'depending ears formed on the enlarged end of the arm, the ears' being 'disposed in spaced parallel relation to the my invention fingers,fan upri ht guide pin*7 carried by the slide arm and tted in the T-shaped guide,

means to clamp the slide arm in an adjust-l .i ed position, and an .angularly disposed supporting arm formed on the upper end of the body arranged over the guide. i In testimony whereof yI aflix my signature in4 prescnce of two witnesses.

- ARTHUR FEUERSTEIN.

I I o GUs'rAv E. Bam, EMEA E. BEYER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification248/229.12
International ClassificationH04M1/11, F16M13/02
Cooperative ClassificationH04M1/11, F16M13/022, F16M11/041, F16M13/02
European ClassificationH04M1/11, F16M13/02