US 1706387 A
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S. KRAMER ARMORED BAG March 19, 1929.
Filed Sept. 28, 1926 INVENTOR. 5W 3W 7&6 ir fi s.
, Patented Mar. 19, 1929.
This invention relates to hand carried containers, generally designated as bags, and more particularly to'such as are used'in the transportationof valuable articles, presenting temptation to thieves and robbers aware of the nature of the bags content-s.
"" 1a,: The-present invention is intendedto baflie attempts'to burglarize such receptaclesby ,iincorporating a metal armor plate between @1 the covering and lining, discouraging the use of a knife orlike cutting appliance in securing unauthorized entry. I
A second object is to-provide a metal 7 hand-cuff to be fixed on the wrist of'the 1 carrier of the bag and flexibly attached to the handle of the bag by a chain.
, A third feature is in the pro-vision of a a camera concealed within the bag whereby a 7 picture may be taken of a; thug or other -malefactorwithout releasing the handle of fithe-bag.
. with others which will appearas the denovel construction combination and arrangement of parts hereinafter described and illustrated'in the annexed drawings,
forming a material and iniwhich Fig ure l'shows my improved bag with gun and camera accouterments, operated flfrom'the handle. Figure 2 is a transverse sectional view of the same taken on line 7-7 of Figure 1. f-"Th e bag is composed of an outer cover- 52, these elementsi enclo'sing the sides and ends'of the bag'while a series of articulated Vmetal plates 53 extend over the top, the
the vbag sides.
' mThese several important aims, together i scription progresses, are attained by the part of this disclosure,
ing. 5Q,' a metal armor 51 and a felt lining" @lowermost being enterable into recesses 54: in V SAMUEL KRAMER, 0E NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
Application filed september 28, 1926. Serial No. 138,175.
A pair of top plates 55 furnish supports for the handle 56,which, like the curved top of the bag, is provided with a leather or like covering 57, I
Attached by an eye 58 set in the handle is a chain 59 connecting a cuff 60 to engage the wrist of the carrier, this cuff being made. preferably of steel rendered resistant to saws or other severing implements.
VA gun 61 extends outwardly from the handle, the gun being inclined slightly upward and may be discharged by alever-like trigger 63. A
At the forward end of the trigger is a Having thus described my invention, hat 6 I I claim as new and ters-Patent, is
Inan armoredbag, a metal armor forming the bottom, sides and ends of the bag,
desire a o secure by Letthe side portions of the armor having r cesses, a series of articulated metal plates f forming the top ofjtlie bag, the lowermost plate being enterable in the recesses in the armor, a felt lining for the interior of the bag, and an outer covering of flexible material for the armor and articulated plates. 1 This specification signed and witnessed this 17th dayof August, 1926.
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