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Publication numberUS1752948 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 1, 1930
Filing dateFeb 9, 1927
Priority dateFeb 9, 1927
Publication numberUS 1752948 A, US 1752948A, US-A-1752948, US1752948 A, US1752948A
InventorsRobert Herrmann
Original AssigneeRobert Herrmann
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Fitted traveling bag
US 1752948 A
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R. HERRMANN April 1, 1930.

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er of toilet articles and having its own cover,

with a mirror on the inside of the cover, slides in and out of this slideway, and is removable therefrom as a unit.

In traveling, a woman often has occasion to use, with some frequency, certain toi` et articles. These` more commonly used articles are in the removable toilet case, and so are readily accessible wit-aout disturbing or unpacking the rest of the traveling bag; the entire toilet case may be removed as a unit, and carried to the washroom, without the necessity of carrying the entire traveling bag.

More specifically, the open-topped guideway is provided with a pair of lateral overhanging flanges, covered with leather or othewise finished to harmonize `with the finish of the bag, the toilet case being slidable in and o ut under these flanges.

Referring now to the drawings, illustrating the preferred embodiment of the invention, Y

Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the traveling bag, and,

1V ig. 2 is a longitudinal cross section, showing the invention.

The traveling bag comprises a body portion 5, an intermediate portion 6 hinged to the body, and a unitary cover 7 hinged to the intermediate portion.

The intermediate portion is provided with a centrally disposed, open-topped guideway 8, flanked by compartments 9 having covers 10.

Bordering the open-topped guideway or slideway 8 is a pairv of over-hanging flanges 11, located substantially in the plane of the upper surface of the intermediate member 6,

" and projecting into the open-topped space 8.

The flanges 11 are preferably made of metal, covered or finished to harmonize with the A. toilet case 12, having a cover 13, with a mirror 14 on the inside thereof, the cover being hinged to the body of the toilet case along the line 15, slides in and out of the opentopped guideway, the overhanging flanges 11 engaging over the sides 16 ofthe .toilet case. The cover 13 of the toilet case may be secured by an appropriate fastening device 17.

The intermediate portion is secured to the body portion by suitable fastening devices 18 and 18 and the cover of the bag is secured to the front of the removable toilet case 12 by cooperating` fastening devices 19 and 19.

T he toilet case is slidable in and out of the guideway, and removable therefrom as a unit, and is Vprovided with the morev commonly used toilet articles, thereby eliminating the necessity of handling the entire traveling bag when' the user only needs the toilet accessories in the removable case 12.

However, the toilet case can be used in con- Junction with the rest of the traveling bag, as

l shown in the perspective view, the whole combination serving practically as a dressing table.

l. claim as my invention 1. Al fitted traveling bag comprising a body, an intermediate portion hinged to the body and coextensive therewith, a unitary cover hinged to the intermediate port-ion and ,coeXt-ensive therewith the intermediate portion having a centrally disposed open-topped slideway, and a removable toilet case, having a cover, slidable in and out of said guideway and removable therefrom as a unit.

A fitted' traveling bag comprising a body, an intermediate portion hinged to the body, a cover hinged to the intermediate portion, a removable boX-like toilet case slidably carried by the intermediate portion, the toilet case having a cover, and flanges carried by the intermediate portion substantially in the plane of its upper surface, the toilet case being slidable in and out below such flanges.

3. A fitted traveling bag comprising a body, an intermediate portion hinged to the body, a cover hinged to the intermediate portion, the intermediate portion having a cen` trally disposed, open-topped slideway with laterally disposed overhanging anges substantially in the plane of the upper surface of the intermediate portion, and a toilet case,

having a cover, the toilet ease being slideble in and out of the guidevvay and removable therefrom as u unit.

4. A fitted traveling bag comprising a body, an intermediate portion hinged to the body, a unitary Cover hinged to the intermediate p01'- tion, the intermediate portion having a, Centrally disposed, open-topped slideway, a re movable toilet case. having a cover, the toilet,

case being slidable in and out of said guide- Way and removable therefrom as a unit, means for securing the intermediate member to the body, and means for securing the cover of the traveling bag to tbe slid able toilet case.

ROBERT HERRMANN.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification190/108, 43/54.1, 206/581, 132/287, 132/315
International ClassificationA45C13/02, A45C5/00, A45C13/00
Cooperative ClassificationA45C13/02, A45C5/00
European ClassificationA45C13/02