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Publication numberUS1626539 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 26, 1927
Filing dateJul 28, 1926
Priority dateJul 28, 1926
Publication numberUS 1626539 A, US 1626539A, US-A-1626539, US1626539 A, US1626539A
InventorsJones Edward E
Original AssigneeJones Edward E
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Telephone holder
US 1626539 A
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April 26,1927. .6 6.539 I E. E. JoNsg v TELEPHONE HOLDER Filed; July 28. 1926 INVENTOR ATTOR N EY Patented Apr; 26, 1927. v 1 p p UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

EDWARD E. JONES, or ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS.

TELEPHONE HOL ER. Application filed July as, 1926. Serial Nb. 125,524.

This invention relates to a support for a is attached to the Weight 7 by the straps 13 telephone, the general object of the invenwhich are placed in grooves in the Weight 7 tion being to provide means for adjusting and are bolted or otherwise fastenedto the the distance the telephone is from the floor bracket. f 1

6 so that it can be readily moved to the most The weight 8 will counterbalance the convenient position by the person using 1t. weight '7, the telephone and its bracket and This invention also consists in certain thus hold the telephone in adjusted position,.; other features of construction and in the but will permit the said telephone to be combination and arrangement of the several either raised or lowered by a slight'pressure '0 10 parts, to be hereinafter fully described, on the same. Thus a person using the tele-" illustrated in the accompanying drawings phone can quickly andeasily adjust it to a and specifically pointed outin the appended position where the mouthpiece will be level l i with his mouth so that it is not necessary In describing my invention in detail, reffor the person to stoop in order toreach 16 erence will be had to the accompanying the mouthpiece or to stand on his tiptocs or drawings wherein like characters denote like upon an object, as he would if the telephone or corresponding parts throughout the sevwere too high. I eral views, and in which It is thought from the foregoing descrip- Figure 1 is a longitudinal sectional view tion that the advantages and novel features 60.. V

20 of the supporting means for the telephone. of my invention will be readily apparent.

Figure 2 is a section on line 22 of Fig- I desire it to be understood that I may ure 1, u make changes in the construction and in Figure 3 is a perspective view of the supthe combination and arrangement of the porting bracket for the telephone. several parts, provided that such changes 25 In these views, 1 indicates an upright pipe fallwithin the scope of theappended claim.

which is held to the floor and ceiling of a WVhat I claim is 7 V booth or other support by the socket mem- An adjustable support for a. telephone, bers 2 and 3 indicates a small pipe or tube comprising a tubular upright, a Weight mov which is fastened to a portion of the pipe 1 ably arrangedtherein, a slotted tube, clamps by the clamps 4. Each clamp is shaped to for connecting the tube to the upright, a partly embrace both the tube 3 and the pipe weight slidablyarranged in the tube, a

1, with its split ends fastened together by cable connecting the weights together, a the bolt 5. A slot 6 is formed in the tube 3. guiding pulley on the upright for the cable,

A small weight 7 of circular shape in cross a supporting bracket for the telephone and 35 section, is slidably mounted in the tube 3 clamps for connecting the bracket to the and a large weight 8 is slidably arranged weight in the tube, said weight having in the pipe 1. These weights are connected grooves therein for receiving portions of together by the cable 9 which passes over a the clamps.

pipe 1. A bracket 12, to which the telephone A isfastened by screws, bolts or the like, EDWARD E. JONES.

pulley 10 placed in an opening 11 in the In testimonywhereofI afiix my signature, 80.

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USD667290 *Feb 17, 2011Sep 18, 2012Brian CheltonPanel mounting
EP0552834A1 *Jan 18, 1993Jul 28, 1993Koninklijke PTT Nederland N.V.Height adjustment of a telecommunication terminal
Classifications
U.S. Classification248/297.11, 248/300, 379/454
International ClassificationH04M1/11
Cooperative ClassificationH04M1/11
European ClassificationH04M1/11