US 1574644 A
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Feb. 23 1926.
M FIERING ET AL HAND CARRIED RECEPTAGLE Filed march'zl, 1925 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 INVENTORS: U 8111a)? ATTORNEY Feb. 23 1926. 1,574,644
M. FIERING ET AL HAND CARRI ED RECEPTACLE Filed March 2L, 1925 2. Sheets-Sheet 3 7' I 7 1 )L 15 1!! 1 ll ATTORNEY Patented Feb. 23, 1926.
MAYER FIERING, OF BROOKLYN, AND ZSEDGR SCHNEIDER, (3F NEW YORK, N. Y., AS- SIGNOfBS T0 THEMSELVES AND ISIDQEE FIERING, OF NEW YORK, N. Y., AND SIG- MUND WEINTRAUB, 0F BBODKLYN, NEVJ YORK.
Application filed March 21, 1925. Serial No. 17,214.
To aZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that we, MAYER FIERING, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the borough of Brooklyn, county of Kings, city and State of New York, and lemon SCHNEIDER, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the borough of Bronx, county of Bronx, city and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Hand- ,urried liteceptacles, of which the following is a specification sufiicient to enable othersskillcd in the art to which the invention appei't-ains to utilize the same.
Our invention relates generally to receptacles adapted to be carried by hand, and especially those intended for feminine use, such as hand satchels or bags, portemonnaires, vanity cases and the like, our object being to incorporate therewith a coin reservoir adapted to contain a plurality of coins of uniform size and diameter, such for instance as nickels, and present them automatically and successively in position for convenient removal upon occasion, when a locking flap which normally conceals and protects said. reservoir and contents is temporarily raised for, the purpose, all as hereinafter fully set forth, the invention consisting in the specific construction, combination and arrangement of parts and appurtenances described and claimed.
In the accompanying drawings we illus trate practical embodiments of the essential features of our invention as applied to a vanity case and to a hand purse or receptacle, although we do not restrict ourselves to the identical construction and arrangement of parts herein shown by way of exempliiication, since modifications in minor details, and equivalent mechanical eXpedients may be resorted to with like results, and without departing from the spirit and intent of our invention in this respect.
with this understanding Fig. 1, represents a perspective view of a vanity case or the like provided with our money or change holding device and its lockable closure means;
Fig. 2, is a like view showing the closure means raised to give access to and permitr of the removal of a coin from the holder;
Fig. 3, is a sectional View taken upon general plane of line 83, Fig. 2;
Fig. 4, represents a front view of a handled purse or analogous receptacle, provided with our plurality coin holder, the flap being closed and functioning as the lockable closure means;
Fig. 5, is a like view with the closure flap raised to give access to the coin holder;
Fig. 6, is a sectional detail taken upon plane of line 66, Fig. 5; V y
A, represents the main portion or body of a receptacle adapted to be carried by hand, and F, a flexible flap articularly attached thereto at one extremity and lockable in closed position by means of a snap fastening s, s, of well known construction and function, or of any equivalent mechanical detachable locking expedient that may be substituted therefor.
Mounted on and in the body portion A, of the receptacle is atubular coin reservoir R, the outer extremity of which is protuberant through the side of the receptacle A, and formed with a substantially semi-circular coin retaining flange 1, for confining the coin 0, between it and a spring-actuated coin follower plate 7", as shown more particularly in Figs. 8 and 6, of the drawings.
The coins 0, are insertable and removable through the aperture 9*, existent between said lip or retaining flange 7", and the opposed shorter wall of the reservoir R.
The distinctive feature of thepresent invention, in combination with the coin reservoir it, is the closure flap F, articularly connected with the receptacle A, and provided with detachable locking means whereby the outer extremity of the coin reservoir may be sealed and protected until access to the said reservoir is requisite.
By our construction of co-related parts coins may be safely carried in a manner conveniently accessible from the exterior of the receptacle A, and without disturbing the contents thereof.
What We claim as our invention and desemi-circular coin retaining flange and prosire to secure by Letters Patent, is videol With a spring-actuated coin plate, in 10 As an article of manufacture, a receptacomblnatlon W1th a lockable closure flap arcle of the character designated, formed wlth tlcularly connected with the body of the re- 5 a com reservolr fixedly mounted in the body ceptacle, for the purpose, and substantially portion thereof and protuberant therefrom, in the manner set forth. and consisting of a tubular casing formed MAYER FIERING. at its outer extremity With a substantially ISIDOR SCHNEIDER.