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E. B. BURRELL CASE FOR LICENSES, ETC
April 17,1928. 1,666,117
Filed Dec. 10. 1926 Patented Apr. 17, 1928.
burrs ELnIs B. BURRELL, on BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
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Application filed Deeember 10, 1926. Serial no. 153,787.
This invention relates to improvements in cases for licenses, etc.,, and has for its object to provide a simple, cheap and efficient device for carrying automobile licenses and suitable material between which the metal- 7 similar articles and which can be readily-and conveniently secured overv a belt or pocket of the wearer. I
' The invention consists of, the novel construction and arrangement of the parts and combination of the parts hereinafter more fully set forth in the following specification and pointed out in detail'in the appended claim.- I
In the accompanying drawing 1 F igure lris a plan View showing thecase in the closed position. i
Figure 2 is a plan view in an open position. a
1 Figure 3 is an edge view of Figure 2. t
Figure 4 is a detail plan View of the metal frame of the case.
Figure 5 is an edge view of Figure 1. Referring to the accompanying drawings showing the case forming part of this specification and in,-
which like reference numerals designate-like parts throughout the several views thereof, 1 and 2 designate pieces of leather or other frame 3 is secured by the stitches at on each side thereof and which hold the case ina rigid position. The front of the piece 2 is cut out at 5 to form pockets on both sides between the pieces 1 and 2. Thev flap 6 is sewed or otherwise secured to one side of the piece 1 and is adapted to fold over the ockets and secured inthe closed position y means of fasteners 7. The license case or other similar, articles may be'carried in the pocket 5 or in theipocket atft-he rear of the pocket 5"betweenthe pieces '1 and 2.
'11 to Which'i's secured a hook'12 over whiclr 'the key ring 10 is adapted tofit. When the hook 12 is not in use it maybe caught in the ring 8 and held outof the way.
'It will thus be seen that-by having the ends of the case maybe slipped overthe I belt or may be slipped over the pocket leaving front :of the case on the outside of the pocket.
a a w 1 frame ,3 between the pieces forming the case the latter will. be 'held' rigid and tll6 :1'6211"' Having thus described my invention what Iclaim is: a o
' A case for licenses ,etc.' comprising two I pieces of suitable material secured together at their edges and having-pockets therebe' tween, a metal frame between said two pieces of material and having one end pro jectingbelow the other, a flap secured to said case andadapted to fold over the said pockets, fasteners for holding said flap in I position over sald pockets, a chain secured ring secured thereto, and a hook securedto EL IS; B. BURBELL.
the lower end of the frame over which said to one end of said framea'nd having a key I v 40. Tothelower end of the frame 31s secured,