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Publication numberUS1656701 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 17, 1928
Filing dateAug 16, 1926
Priority dateAug 16, 1926
Publication numberUS 1656701 A, US 1656701A, US-A-1656701, US1656701 A, US1656701A
InventorsEustace Joseph N
Original AssigneeEustace Joseph N
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Sack carrier
US 1656701 A
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Jan. 17, 1928.

J. N. EUSTACE SACK CARRIER Filed Au 16. 1926 Attorn y Patented Jan. 17, 1928.

UNITED STATES JOSEPH N.EUSTACE, OF VINEYARD, TEXAS.

SACK CARRIER.

Application filed August 16, 1926. Serial No. 129,467.

An important object of the invention lies 3 1n the provlslon of a carrier on which a bag may be placed and dragged along the ground without any effort.

Another very important object of the invention lies in the provision of a carrier having an exceedingly simple construction,

one which is inexpensive to manufacture,

strong and durable, efficient and reliable,

compact and convenient, and otherwise well adapted to the purpose for which it is de si ned.

lVith the above and numerous other ob jects in View as will appear as the description proceeds, the invention resides in certain novel features of construction, and in the combination and arrangement of parts as will be hereinafter more fully described and. claimed.

In the drawing The figure is a perspective view of the carrier embodying the features of my invention.

Referring to the drawing in detail, it will be seen that the numerals 5 denote three longitudinally extending spaced elongated straps, which are connected at their ends to 80 flexible loops 6 and 7 by fasteners 8. Transverse straps 9 and 10 extend through and are fixed to the loops 6 and 7, respectively. An apron or tail piece 11 is engaged with the loops 7 through elements 12.

Adjustable straps 14: provided with buckles 15 are engaged With fastening elements 16 on the loops 6 and are engaged with a ring 17. A wire 18 is engaged with the ring 17 and is formed with a hookedend 19 for engaging a ring 20. Brackets 21 are fixed to the longitudinal straps 5 and have journaled therein the shafts of rollers 22. Each roller 22 is formed in two segments disposed between the straps 5. Side curved pieces 23 4 are provided on the outer straps 5 in order to prevent a bag rolling therefrom.

The bag is placed upon the carrier, and it will be seen that the carrier may be easily dragged along the ground because. of the rollers 22. I

It is thought that the construction, utility, and advantages of this invention will now be clearly understood by those skilled in this art without a more detailed description thereof. The presentembodiment of the invention has been disclosed in detail merely by way of example since in actual practice it attains the features of advantage desirable and enumerated in the statement of the invention and the above description. I0

Changes in the details. of construction, and in the combination and arrangement of parts may be resorted to without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention as hereinafter claimed or sacrificing 66 any of its advantages.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new is 1. A carrier of the class described including a plurality of longitudinally ex 10 tending spaced parallel flexible straps, transverse flexible straps, means connecting the transverse straps with the longitudinal straps, brackets extending from the longitudinal straps, and rollers journaled in said brackets.

2. A carrier of the class described including a plurality of longitudinally extending spaced parallel flexible straps, transverse flexiblestraps, means connecting the trans- 89 verse straps with the longitudinal straps, brackets extending from the longitudinal straps, rollers journaled in said brackets, a tail piece, and means for attaching the tail piece to the longitudinal straps.

3. carrier of the class described including a plurality of longitudinally extending spaced parallel flexible straps, transverse flexible straps, means connecting the transverse straps with the longitudinal straps, brackets extending from the longitudinal straps, rollers journaled in said brackets, a tail piece, means for attaching the tail piece tothe longitudinal straps, a plurality of ad justable straps, means for engaging the ad justable straps with the ends of the longitudinal straps, a ring engaged with the adjustable straps.

4. A carrier of the class described including a plurality of longitudinally extending spaced parallel flexible straps, transverse flexible straps, means connecting the transversestraps with the longitudinal straps, brackets extending from the longitudinal straps, rollers journaled in said brackets, a tail piece, means for attaching the tail piece to the longitudinal straps, a plurality of adjustable straps, means for engaging the ad justable straps with the ends of the longi tudinal straps, a ring engaged with the ad justable straps, a Wire engaged with the ring and a second ring with the Wire.

5. A carrier of the class described including a plurality of longitudinally extending spaced parallel flexible straps, transverse flexible straps, means connecting the transverse straps with the longitudinal straps,

brackets extending from the longitudinal straps rollers journaled in said brackets, side upwardly curved members provided 10 on the outer longitudinal straps.

In testimony whereof I allix my signature.

JOSEPH N. EUSTAGE.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification280/47.34, 280/19, 280/79.11
International ClassificationA45F3/00, A45F3/10
Cooperative ClassificationA45F3/10
European ClassificationA45F3/10