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Publication numberUS1791196 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 3, 1931
Filing dateAug 25, 1928
Priority dateAug 25, 1928
Publication numberUS 1791196 A, US 1791196A, US-A-1791196, US1791196 A, US1791196A
InventorsHerman Deutschmeister
Original AssigneeHerman Deutschmeister
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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4 93 H. DEUTSCHMEISTER 1,791,196

PAPER 50x Filed Aug. 25, 1928 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 ,9 Z A TORNEY Feb. 3, 1931.

H. DEUTSCHMEISTER 1,791,196

PAPER BOX Filed Aug. 25, 1928 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 INVENTOR /ATRNEY Patented Feb. 3, 1931 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE HERMAN DEUTSCHMEISTEE, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

IAPER BOX Application filed August 25,1928. Serial No. 302,082.

This invention relates to paper boxes. It 11 is provided with an extension 17 compris- 1s directed to a mailing carton for carrying ing a section 18 and a section 19. Section 18 a sample package or bottle and printed forms the side of the box opposite to side 13 matter to advertize the same. and connects section 19 to said section 11 5 Among the objects of this invention is to along crease lines 11b, 19b. Said section 196 65 provlde a box of this character formed from may be suitably slitted at 20 and 21 to rea single blank of suitable paper board or like ceive the flaps 14 and 15 respectively when material foldable to form a simple, strong, said cover is in closed position.

efficient and practical mailing carton for the The bottom section 11 is rovided with end purpose described. extensions 20a and 21a, eac comprising four 60 Qther objects of this invention will in part contiguous sections designated '22 23,24, 25 be obvious and in part hereinafter pointed and 26, 27, 28, 29 respectively. Said extenout. sions 20a and 21a are foldable along crease The invention accordingly consists in the lines 22a, 23a, 24a, 25a and lines 26a, 27 a, 28a,

features of construction, combinations of 29a respectivel ,to form tubular members 30, 65 elements, and arrangement of parts which 31 of rectangu ar cross-section at the ends of will be exemplified in the construction heresaid box 'B, seated on said bottom wall 11 1nafter described, and of which the scope of and constituting the end walls of said box. application will be indicated in the following Each of sections 22 and 26 is provided with l imsend flaps 32 foldable alongcrease lines 33 7 In the accompanying drawing, in which at right angles to said sections to lie againstis shown one of the various possible i-llustrathe inner-surface of side walls 13, 18 of the tive embodiments of this invention, folded box B.

Fig. 1 is a plan view of the unfolded blank Sections 13, 18, 22 and 26 are preferably of from which the box embodying the invention the same height. Section 24 forming the 75 is made; side of tubular member opposite to sec- Fig. 2 is a plan view of the box partly tion 22 is of the same dimension as sand folded; section 22. Section 23 formlng the top por- Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the box with tion of said tubular member 30 may be pro- 30 the cover open; vided with means for retaining a sample 80 Fig. 4 is a sectional view taken on line 4-4 package. Thus said tubular member 30 has of Fig. 3, showing a sample package, bottle a centrally disposed X-shaped slit 34 roand printed pamphlet in place wlthin the viding four triangular shaped flaps 35 oldar box; and able inwardly along lines 23a, 24a 36 and 37 Fig. 5 is a sectional view taken on line 5-5 to permit a sample package 40 to be inserted of Fig. 3. into the tubular member 30 thru the top Referring in detail. to the drawing, 10 deswall 23 thereof. When thus inserted, said ignates a single blank from which the box B package 40 is held in place by said flaps 35 embodying the invention is made. The blank and the top surface 41 thereof is exposed may be made of any suitable stock paper and whereby the printing matter or label on said comprises a section 11 which constitutes the package may be read when the cover 12 of'the" bottom of the box, a section 12 of the same box B is open. dimensions as section 11, whichconstitutes When extension 20a is folded to form the 45 the top of the box, and a section 13 which tubular member 30, section 25 thereo'f'rests Y connects said sections 11, 12 along crease on the bottom wall 11 of the box B. 1, lines 11a, 12d and forms one side of the box. Section 27 forming the top wall of tubular The top section 12 is provided with spaced member 31 is preferably of the same; diextensions 14, 15 foldable on crease lines 14a, mensions as section 23 to give the boxB: a 1511 aligned with the outer edge 16 of said symmetrical appearance. rection 28form;

section 12, to form flaps. The bottom section ing the inner wall of said member 31 is pref I erably of lesser height than section 26, to provide a space 'between said tubular member and the bottom wall 11 to permit a pamphlet 42 or other printed matter to be inserted in the bottom of the box B. In such position one end of said'pamphlet B will abut section 24 of tubular member 30, while the opposite end of said pamphlet will extend underneath tubular member 31.

Sections 28 and 29 are preferably formed with a cutout portion 43 providing an opening 43a in section 28. Another article such as a sample bottle 44 may be placed in box B, and the neck portion 45 thereof may extend thru said opening 43a. The base 46 of the bottle may abut section 24 of tubular member 30, which constitutes a support for said bottle.

Section 27 is formed with a slit 50 adjacent one end thereof. Section 19 is formed with a slit 51 providing a flap 52 fordablc on crease line 52. Said flap 52 may be inserted in said slit 50 in section 28 to aid in keeping section 19 folded over tubular mem- 5 "bers 30, 31. a

In forming the box B from the blank 10, the extensions 20a, 21a are first folded as described above to form the tubular members 30, 31. The pamphlet 42 may then be placed on section 11, one end of said pamphlet being slipped under tubular member 31. The package 40 and the bottle 44 may then be placed in position as described above. Extension 17 may then be folded, section 19 extending over said tubular members 30, 31, the flap 52 being inserted in slit 50 to maintain said extension 17 in folded position which in turn maintains the exten- 'sions 20a, 21a properly folded.

Sections 12, 13 may then be folded to close the box B, flaps 14, 15 being inserted in slits 20, 21 to maintain said sections in folded position.

It will thus be seen that there is provided a device in which the several objects of this invention are achieved, and of which is well adapted to meet the conditions of practical use.

As various possible embodiments might be made of the above invention, and as various changes might be made in the embodiment set forth, it is to'be understood that all matter herein set forth or shown in the accompanying drawing. is to be interpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.

Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire t secure by Letters Patent 1. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular crosssection, said box being provided with a space tween one of said tubular members and said bottom wall to permit insertion of print ed matter between said tubular member and said bottom wall.

2. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular crosssection, said box being provided with a space between one of said tubular members and said bottom wall to permit insertion of printed matter between said tubular member and said bottom wall,said other tubular member being provided with means for holding a package therein.

3. A box made from a onepiece blank comprising a bottom wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular cross-section, said box being provided with a. space between one of said tubular members and said bottom wall to permit insertion of printed matter between said tubular member and said bottom wall, said other tubular member being provied with an X-shapcd split in the top section thereof to permit insertion of a package therein thru said section.

4. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular cross-section, one of said tubular members being formed with an opening in the inner side section thereof to permit insertion of a portion of a bottle into said tubular member.

5. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom'wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular cross-section, one of said tubular members being formed with an opening-in the inner side section thereof to permit insertion of a portion of a bottle into said tubular member, said other tubular member being provided with means for supporting a package therein.

6. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom .wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular cross-section, one of said tubular members being formed with an opening in the inner side section thereof to permit insertion of a portion of a bottle into said tubular member, said other tubular member being provided with a substantially X-shaped slit in the top section thereof to permit insertion of a package therein thru said section.

7. A box made from a one piece blank com prising a bottom wall and opposite upright walls, said upright walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular cross-section, said box being provided with a space between one of said tubular members and said bottom wall to permit insertion of printed matter between said tubular member and said bottom wall, said tubular member being provided with an opening in the inner side section thereof to I members Q said tubular member, said other tubular memher being provided with means for supporting a package therein.

9. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom wall and opposite upri ht walls, said upright walls consisting of tu ular members of rectangular cross-section, one of said tubular members being formed with an opening in the inner side section thereof to permit insertion of a portion of a bottle into said tubular member, said other tubular member being provided with means for supporting a package therein, said means comprising a substantially X-shaped slit in the topsection thereof. ,1

10. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom walk end walls consisting of tubular members section, and a side wall having an extension foldable over said tubular members, said extension being rovided with means'adjacent an end thereo for securing said extension to one of said members.

11. A box made from a one piece blank comprising a bottom wall, end walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular crosssection, a sidewall having an extension foldableover said tubular members, said extensionhaving meansfor securing the same .to one of said members, and an opposite side wall havin an extension foldable over the top of said x to form a closure therefor.

12'. A box made from a one piece blank comprisinga bottom wall, end walls consisting of tubular members of rectangular crosssection, aside wall having an extension fold able over said tubular members, said extension ha means for securing the same to one of said members, and an opposite side wall havin an extension foldable over the top of sai box to form a closure therefor, said closure extension being provided with means for securing the same in overlapping relation to said'first mentioned extensiom v 13 it cases compikisin a bottom-51:11 and upri t we ,one-o sai u tw tubu er and provided with i m to permit insertion of a p thru said 1 14.31; case comprising a bottom" wall and uprightwalls, one of sai upright walls being tubular, asection of said tubular wall being provided with an X-shaped slit to permit insertion of a package thru said section.

15. A box comprising a bottom wall, and

o rectangular cross-:

opposite upright walls consisting of tubular members, one of said members being provided with means to permit insertion of a package thru a Wall portion of and for holding said package position.

In testimony whereof I aflix my signature.

HERMAN DEUTSCHMEISTER.

said member n inserted

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Classifications
U.S. Classification206/232, 206/146, 229/149, 229/150
International ClassificationB65D5/64, B65D5/66, B65D5/50
Cooperative ClassificationB65D5/6655, B65D5/5021
European ClassificationB65D5/50B, B65D5/66D2C