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Publication numberUS1803239 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 28, 1931
Filing dateMay 8, 1929
Priority dateMay 8, 1929
Publication numberUS 1803239 A, US 1803239A, US-A-1803239, US1803239 A, US1803239A
InventorsDeane Gerard C
Original AssigneeDeane Gerard C
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
US 1803239 A
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April 28, 1931. c, DEA E 1,803,239

' CARTON Filed May a, 1929 manna- WITNESSES J INVENTOR erard Lifleane BY: W.

ATTORNEY Patente Apr. 28, 1931 e STATES GERARD G. DEANE, OF YONKERS, NEW YORK CARTON Application flled llay 8, 1929. Serial No. 361,464.

This invention relates to a carton or wrapper for packaging gauze rolls, absorbent cotton and closely similar products.

The invention consists in a carton or wrapper composed of a single blank particularly formed for constructing a container body and end closure members which seal the body and exclude dust, there being a-pair of closure members at one end of said body, one of which will be preserved intact to serve its purpose should the companion closure member be torn in opening the carton.

In the drawing:

Figure 1 is a plan view of the blank formed in accordance with the preferred construction.

Fig. 2 is a section of a carton constructed from .the blank.

Fig. 3 is a view similar to Fig. 2, but showing a modified construction.

Fig. 4 is a section of one end of the carton with one closure member in closed position and the companion closure member in a partly opened position,

Referring new to Fig. 1 it will be apparent that there is shown a blank. composed of paper of sufficient thickness and weight for the intended purpose. The blank comprises a main portion 10 of rectangular shape and substantially circular portions 11, 12 and 13 integral with the main portion 10. The portions 11 and 12 are on one edge of the main portion 10 respectively near the opposite ends thereof. The portion 11 is smaller than the portion 12. The portion 13 is on the edge of the main portion, opposite that having the portions 11 and 12, and its position is substantially midway between the ends of said main portion for the sake of strength of construction. The portion 13 is of the size of the portion 12.

The main portion 10 will constitute a hollow body of the carton or wrapper, while the portions 11, 12 and 13 will constitute closure The blank is site ends thereof to form a hollow body. The closure member 13 is then brought over the related openend of the body and itsflange 14 is pasted thereto. The body is then filled ber 11 is then brought into the related open end of the body. The closure member 12 is then brought over the related end of the body and its flange 14 is pasted thereto. The closure member 11 provides extra means for excluding dust, and serves such purpose if the hollow ody, a pair of substantially circular portions integral with one edge of saidmain portion adapted to form end closure members consisting of an inner closure member and an outer flanged closure member for one end of the hollow body, and a circular portion integral with the opposite edge of said main portion'ofl'set with respect to the first me'n -with the selected product. The closure memtioned portions adapted to form a flanged closure member for the other end of the hollow -bod y GERARD C. DEANE.

members for the bodyin the completed carton. Each of the portions 11 and 13 will be shaped along the dot and dash lines to provide as flange 14.

A carton is produced by shaping the main portion 10 of the blank and pasting the oppo-

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U.S. Classification229/4.5, 229/142, 229/5.5, 493/109, 229/93, 229/132
International ClassificationB65D3/20, B65D3/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65D3/20
European ClassificationB65D3/20