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Publication numberUS1871887 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 16, 1932
Filing dateOct 23, 1930
Priority dateOct 23, 1930
Publication numberUS 1871887 A, US 1871887A, US-A-1871887, US1871887 A, US1871887A
InventorsJasinski Andrew
Original AssigneeJasinski Andrew
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Imitation walling
US 1871887 A
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IMITATION WALLING Filed Oct. 23, 1950 Z-Sheets-Sheet 2 Inpgnior A Home y Patented Aug. 16, 1932 I L8L87 UNITED STATES PATENT ANDREW JASINSKI, OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS IMITATION WALIJNG Application filed October 23, 1930. Serial No. 490,785.

This invention appertains to improveas cork, paper, fiber or any other suitable ments in imitation wall structures and more sheet material. The composition is now particularly to a structure which can be mulallowed to set, for a certain length of time, tiplied, to imitate stone or brick wall. after which dry powdered marble dust is The principal object of this invention is to placed upon the composition surface and '50 provide imitation wall building'units capable subsequently a wood trowel is employed to of being assembled in a realistic manner. smooth the surface, so that the grains of Still another important object is to prosand will be brought to the surface or will vide an imitation wall structure of durable predominate on the surface of the composi- 1'.) construction and capable of being constructtion material. It will of course be under- 55 ed at low cost. stood that the marble dust is applied while In reading the followin specification, it the first coating is still soft enough to cause will be observed that othero jects and advanthe dust to adhere to the surface. tages are prevalent. It will of course be understood that when .5 In the drawings paint or lacquer is to be used as the binding 6 Figure 1 represents a fragmetary front eleagent, such paint will color the same, that is, vational view of a canvas sheet partly coated if the paint is colored. If the binding agent with the surfacing material. is colorless, then a suitable coloring agent can Fig. 2represents one of the blocks out from be added with the sand and binder being 30 the Sheetmixed together, and it is desired to have these Fig. 3 represents a front elevational view compositions colored. of a portion of a Wall constructed with the As is shown in Fig. 1, the completed Shee bl cks shown in Fig- 2- can be cut on the dotted line into blocks, the

Fig. fl represents a front elevational View hap such a i shown in Fig. 2 or in any 15 of a wall constructed with the parts shown oth r uitable or desirable shape. 79 in Figs.,2 and 3, and further showing the It can now be seen that the individual manner in which different colored blocks can blo k whi h are generally referred to by be aFrangednumeral 7, can be applied by some suitable g- 5 r pr s nts a f g en a y rti l adhesive to wall boarding or any other wall sectional view through a wall constructed in surface 8 in the manner shown in Fig. 3 or accordance with this invention. i Fi L d as ill b n from these Fig. 6 represents a perspective Vie f the figures, the exposed portion of the wall surblOek Sh n F g- 2 Coated W h r l face will represent mortar placed between tthe bricks or blocks, so that the surface has Referllng t0 the drawlngs Wherelll llke 1111- the appearance of a wall constructed of brick merals designate like parts, it can be seen that d ta While Figs. 3 and 4 represent numeral 5 represents. a Strip f canvas f y brick work, it is to be understood that the elede ir l ngt and breadthments generally referred to by numeral 7 can Numeral 6 represents a coating applled'to be of other shapes Without departing from the canvas 5, and th s coating is made up Of the spirit and scope of this invention. a composition of quarry sand with paint, Whil th foregoing specification sets la qu g a a binding ge At this forth the invention in specific terms, it is to POiIlt, it is to be HIIdGIStOOd that the aforebe understood that, numerous changes can be mentioned strip 5 which is preferably of resorted to in the shape, size and materials 5 canvas, can be of any suitable material such involved.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new is The herein described method of coating a flexible sheet which is to be cut into pieces to 5 form an imitation brick wall comprising applying a mixture of sand and paint material to a surface of the flexible sheet, then coating the surface, after the same has dried to a certain extent, with stone dust, and then 0 trowelling the surface to cause some of the sand to appear through the dust.

In testimony whereof I aflix my signature.

' ANDREW JASINSKI.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification427/204, 52/314, 264/DIG.570
International ClassificationE04F13/14
Cooperative ClassificationY10S264/57, E04F13/147
European ClassificationE04F13/14J