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Publication numberUS1841208 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 12, 1932
Filing dateNov 14, 1930
Priority dateNov 14, 1930
Publication numberUS 1841208 A, US 1841208A, US-A-1841208, US1841208 A, US1841208A
InventorsPhilip Retz
Original AssigneePhilip Retz
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Pencil pointer and cleaner
US 1841208 A
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Jan. 12; 1932. 1341208 P. RETZ .PENCIL POINTER AND CLEANER Filed NOV. 14, 1950 E 17 i5 1612 i2 INYENTOR. wmpsllz lgbili Rez 54; W War/40% 6. Qvvww ATTORNEYS of the'abrasive as the next outer ply sive as the next outer ply of the abrasive is removed.

2. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base, a felt. cleaner disposed at one side of the basezi a plurality of plies of an abrasive dispose at the other side of the base, and securing means impressed in the cleaner, thesecuring means being disposed through the cleaner and the plies of abrasive and engaging the outer side of the abrasive plies, the resiliency of the cleaner serving to hold the securing means to grip each ply of the abrasive as the next outer ply of the abrasive is removed.

8. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base,

a resilient cleaner disposed at one face of the base, a plurality of plies of anabrasive disposed at the other face of the base, and a staple having its central portion impressed in the outer side of. the cleaner, theends of the staple extending through the cleaner, the base and the plies of abrasive and with {their terminals bent over the outer abrasive ply, the resiliency of the cleaner serving to hold the securing -means to grip each ply of the abrasive is removed. V

4. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base, a resilientcompressiblecleaner disposed at one face of the base, a plurality of plies of an abrasive disposed at the other face 'of the base, and securing means impressed in the cleaner, the securing means being disposed through the cleaner and the plies of abrasive and engaging the outer side of the abrasive plies, the resiliency of the cleaner serving to hold the securing means to grip each ply of the abrasive as the next outer ply of the abrasive is removed.

5. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base, a resilient compressible cleaner disposed at one face of the base, a plurality of plies of abrasive disposed at the other face of the base, and a staple having its centralv portion impressed .inthe outer side of the cleaner, the ends of of the cleaner serving to hold the securing means to grip each ply of the abrasive as the next outer ply of the abrasive is removed.

7. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base,

with its ends extending through the cleaner, the base and the plies of abrasive, the terminals of the staples being bent over against the outer face of the outer ply of abrasive.

8. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a base, aresilient cleaner disposed at one face of the base, a plurality of plies of abrasive at the other face of the base, two staples, each having its central portion impressed in the outer face of the cleaner, the ends of the staples extending through the cleaner, the base and the plies of abrasive and with the terminals of the staples bent over against the outer face of the outer ply of abrasive, the resiliency ofthe cleaner serving to hold the securing meansto grip each 'ply of the abrasive as the next outer ply of the abrasive 1s removed.

9.. Ina pencil pointer and cleaner, a re- .silient cleaner, a plurality of plies of an abrasive, and a securing means impressed in the cleaner, the securing means engaging the outer side of the abrasive plies, the resiliency of the cleaner serving to hold the securingmeans to grip each ply of the abrasive as the next outer plyof the abrasive is removed.

10. In a pencil pointer and cleaner, a resilient compressible cleaner, a plurality of plies of an abrasive, and a staple impressed in the, cleaner, the ends of the staple extending through the cleaner and the plies of abrasive andhaving their terminals bent over against the outer face of the outer ply of the abrasive. 1

Signed. at New York city, in the county of New York and State of New York, this 13th day of November, A. D. 1930.

PHILIP RETZ.

a resilient compressible cleaner at one face of the base, a plurality of plies of abrasive at the other face of the base, two staples, each having its centralportion at the outer side of thecleaner' adjacent an end of the cleaner

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US6857159 *Sep 30, 2003Feb 22, 2005Tracy StrineRenewable sponge
Classifications
U.S. Classification451/491, 451/524, D19/73, 15/118
International ClassificationB43L23/00
Cooperative ClassificationB43L23/006
European ClassificationB43L23/00R