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Publication numberUS1597339 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 24, 1926
Filing dateJan 19, 1925
Priority dateJan 19, 1925
Publication numberUS 1597339 A, US 1597339A, US-A-1597339, US1597339 A, US1597339A
InventorsMax Berkowitz
Original AssigneeMax Berkowitz
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Round hand bag
US 1597339 A
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Aug. 24 926.

M. BERK ITz ROUND HAND BAG Filed Jan. 19. 1925 ferent material which may posed on the outside bag of the Patent ed Aug. 24, 1926.

UNITED STATES m npnxowrrz, or momrom) HILL; NEW YORK.

BOUND mum nae.

Application filed January This invention relates to improvements in hand bags and more particularly has for its object the provision of a ladys hand bag which is reversible, ing a pouch ortion made of facings of dif-' be separately exof t of the owner. I-have a1ready,-in my U. S. Patent No. 1,528,726, shown this ty e of reversibleflat hand bag. One of the 0 jects of this inven* tion is to produce a reversible ladys hand pouch type, that is ;;of the type havin a somewhat more spherical or bulky body ran the flat type of hand bag which is ulsually made of leather and of a rectangular s ape. I

I- have made this invention in order to provide a hand bag of this type, which although having but'a single frame and interior, will have a; chan' cable exterior.

"era 2a v in the'lcl'osure 12 and the handle3. On each fastener buttons 5 and 5'.

Further 0 jects of the invention will be apparent from the specification and'drawings in which-' I 1 Fig. 1 is a perspective view of an'

roved -hand bag of this, type, the pouch aving a leather facing exposed.

Fig. 2 is aperspective view of the'same.

hand bag showing a cloth facing" of the pouch exposed. i

Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the bag with one versed.

Fig. 4 is asectional side of the pouchpartially' re: view of "hand-bag endiviewof the bag, The bag is provided-with a frame 1 hav- 'si e 'of 'the frame ,are attached the tabs 4.

These tabs 4 always'occupy the same posi-' to frame-1. The under-' tions with respect .sidesof the tabs 1 are provided with snap H The snap fastenerbuttons 5 and 5 hold the pouch of the bag in each of'its' positions andthey co- I operate with the snap fastener 6 as shown in cdrawing. p The reversible effect is achieved by lengthening the ouch of the bag as is clearly shown in ig. 5, so that if it that is, a handbag have bag at the will" it can be folded as shown v1. In ahand bag,

pro riate side of "riorlfy elf This shows how t bs is desired to.

re, 1925. serial no. am.

show the fabric facing-or side of the pouch, then the facing 7 can be pulled around and over the linin of the pouch and the fastener 6 can be old b the button-5 Fig. 4 shows the bag with the leather facing of the pouch exposed. Fig. 5 shows the pouch re.- leased from the sna button 5. In order to show the fabric si e conceal the leather side of the pouch, as shown in Fig. 6 and Fig. 2, the elongated facing of the pouch is reversed" over the lining thereof and the fastener 6 is connected to the snap button 5, so that nothing but the fabric side is exposed, the former leather exterior now being concealed by the fabric portion of the exposed.

It will be apparent that the lining of the bag is not disturbed during this change,

which" is accomplished entirely by making what may be termed the pouch or pouch portion of two diverse fabrics. tion can be extended as shown in Fig. 5, and in Figs. 4 and 6. The two diverse fabrics of which the ouch 'is madeare connected to each other ad acent the snap fastener head6.

'. Havin 1y described my invention,

a frame, tabs attached to the sides of the frame and a facing attached .to the-exterior of said frame so that the apsaid facing may be extecxposed and attached to one of said '2. In a hand bag, a frame, tabs attached to the sides of said. frame, a two-sided facing having one end attached to the frame an means attached Z to another part of said facing by which the end of said facing can be attached to either of said tabs.

of the pouch and to This pouch porpouch which is now exteriorly I 3. In a hand bag', the combination of a frame, a facingattached to the frame, said facing having materials of diverse color'on opposite side thereof and fastening means connected to the bod of said facing and adapted' to attach said pose either side of said facing.

facing to op osite sides of said frame so as to exterior y'ex 1 4. In a hand bag, a frame, a lining for I I said frame constituting a pocket and a cover separate, from said lining and .attach'edto said frame having diverse materials on opposite side thereof and means attached to' a d frame for retaimn fabric exteriorly either {side of the 5.--In a hand bag, a frame, a lining for said frame constituting a pocket, a covering for said frame separate from said lining and made of diverse materials, the said covering being adapted to be pulled over the bottom of said frame so as to expose either material of which said fabric is composed.

6. In a hand bag, a frame, a lining for said ame constituting a poclzet, a coverin for s id frame separate from said lining and made of diverse materials which can be pulled over the bottom of said frame so as to expose either material of which said fabric is exposed, and means for respectively fastening said fabric to each side of the frame. 7 In a hand bag, a frame, a pocket attached to said frame and an exterior facing for said lining composed of a layer of two fabrics, one end of said facing being fixed to the frame, another part of said facing being attachable at either side of said frame, so as to expose one or the other of said fabrics.

In testimony whereof I hereunto aflix my signature.


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US2450040 *Mar 5, 1948Sep 28, 1948Holdall Bag Company IncCombined shopping bag and handbag
US2479263 *Jun 5, 1947Aug 16, 1949Mamie E RohrCover for handbags
US2493506 *Jun 30, 1947Jan 3, 1950K & K Leather Goods Co IncReversible handbag having twin handbag portions
US2603266 *Apr 16, 1949Jul 15, 1952 Handbag
US4027710 *Jul 15, 1976Jun 7, 1977Keebler Evelynne MarieConvertible handbag
US7412995 *Nov 8, 2006Aug 19, 2008Danielle ArceseTwo in one handbag
U.S. Classification150/103, 383/2
International ClassificationA45C3/00, A45C3/06
Cooperative ClassificationA45C3/06
European ClassificationA45C3/06