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Publication numberUS1877229 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 13, 1932
Filing dateSep 21, 1931
Priority dateSep 21, 1931
Publication numberUS 1877229 A, US 1877229A, US-A-1877229, US1877229 A, US1877229A
InventorsDel Papa Louis
Original AssigneeDel Papa Louis
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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Sept. 13, 1932. l L, DEL PAPA ARTICLE HOLDER Filed Sept. 2l, 1931 gwumtoz Mums QQQM described, shown in the accompanying draw- Patentecl Sept.l 13, 1932 [hairs sfreTS Louis DEL PAPA, on riiw'rTICKET, nnonn Is'LAiin 'n ARTICLE HOLDER Af Application sied septemberl 21, l .1951.7` i semina; 564,245'.

Thisfinvention relates to certa-innew and useful improvements in article holders.`

,The primary'object of the invention is to i provide' an article holder in the form of a carton representative of a vehicle having windows on the sides through which are seen the Iheads and busts of passengers, the vehicle l taking the formof a motor bus, an electric car, a railway car, andthe like, the articles` contained in the holder being themselves moulded in the form of humanheadsoand!` bustsi Aand being viewable through the side window openingsof the vehicle, the heads and busts being fastenedto sticks or holders tot be held Vin the hand ofthe consumer.- -i In the present drawing a motor bus is as typical of in v invention.

4jA further object of the invention is provide an article holder of the foregoing character wherein Vthe articleV comprising.

edibles,jsuch as candyvblocks carriedfby the sticks `are designed to represent the heads of persons and being viewablethrough the windowopenings of the vehicle to createthe impressionV of persons riding therein; Y

uWith ythe Vabove and other objects in viewthat will become apparent as the nature ofv the invention is better, understood, the saine i consists inthe novel form, combination and arrangementof parts hereinafter more fully ingand claimed.

. ln the drawing U :Figure l isa side elevational view of a: candvholder constructed in accordance withv the presentinvention, showing the heads ofi` the stick candy viewable through openingsv of the vehicle representation; Y p

Figure 2 is a Yvertical cross-sectional view taken on line 2-2 of Figure showing the"` struck-out and folded portions of the vehicle bodv to provide'window openings and supports for the stick candy;V Y

Figure 3 is .a horizontal sectional view taken on line 3 8V of Figure l, showing the upper. foldsiofl the window openings; and Y Figure 4 is a' horizontal sectional view taken on line 4l4c of Figure l, showing the lower'folds of the window openings that selected i constitute supports for the headsl of the stick candy. j Referring more 'in detail to thea'cfcompanying drawing,there isfillustrated a candy. holder in the form of a boX or carton havingl the representation of 'a motor bus pictoriallyxrepresented fthe'reon'with Athe heads of the vstick candy viewable through i the window openings of the bus, the holder or carton being preferably' formed of cardboard onthe; n like thatV is bent to provide, a rear wall and f a front wall, with a top,connectingWalll"7,`

the lower eds foffthe'zrear frontswalls being. spacedffrom each other as'shown in:r ef

outer face of the front 4wall 6 has thglfeplgeff Figure 2. E AS1 illustrated i'jnj Figure 12, ,the

sentationfofa motor-:busxdepicted thereon Vas indicated bythe reference character 7a and@ t saidV lfrontfwall has. window openings @ut` j Vtherein fas'.illustrated`- i i ngi window @amg s are separati by spacingl strips 9 and .p are rformed by Vstriking out portions of the frontwall inrectangular 1 areas resulting. in an upper tflange 1'() directed rearwardly toward the t rear p wall; 5 and!L a cludes a stick 13 earryinga candy `blocklkli upon one end, the calldy'blo'ckx 14 beingflrepresentative of the head of ,ik hersen orposs-esS-s` ing kother ,characteristics7V as illustrated'` in i Figure l The stick 13 of the candyis'in-l serted through openings in the walls 11 and dow Y openings" 8 Y in: the bus representation. For sanitary purposes,v andto maintain the A "90 120i the lower fla-nge of thewindow opening and-the candy block 14:` rests upon the vhorif t zontal wall 11, illustrated in-A Figure2,-with t the candy block Viewablethroughthe winV candy in a substantially fresh conditionfthe holder or cartoniscovered with awaterproof InateriaLl of cellophane 'orsirm'lar materialy j 101|v that covers the walls of the carton with one end 16a folded inwardly to overlie the inner face of the rear wall 5 and be positioned rearwardly of the window openings 8 to prevent contact of the candy blocks with the cardboard walls of the carton, while the other end 16?) yis folded inwardly to overlie the lower edge of the front wall 6.

From the above detailed description of the invention, it is believed that the construction and operation thereof will at once be apparent and while there is herein shown .an-dde` scribed the preferred embodiment of the invention, it is nevertheless to be understood ythat minor changes may be made therein without departing from the spirit andscope of the invention as claimed, it being understood that the pictorial illustrations 'of the'V vehicle may be representative of any other character of conveyance, Vas an electric or rails way caror the like, and that other edibles may be substituted for the stick candy, such as cakes, cookies, buns', and iny fact, articles r'or objects of any character may be displayed ,through the windows, the primary object of the' invention being to. provide .a carton or u holder for objects, wherein the carton or holder may be representative of'a vehicle or other; structure having window openings the-rein with articles for display carried by the carton or holder Y scribed, abody having the representation of a vehicle thereon with window openings in the body, candy sticks supported by thebody l scribed, a body having the representation4 of,

with a eandy block on each stickV viewable through the window openings,` and said candy blocks. simulating the heads of, persons `or,

objects and representing passengers. I

2; In a candy holder of the character dea vehicle thereon with window openings in the body, candy sticks supported by the body with a candy'block on each stickl viewablev i throughthe window openings, said body com- -with acandyr block oneach stick viewable j prising aV card board sheet folded to provide front andrear walls with the window Opening struck `from the front wall, andthe material'struck from said opening providing a support for the candy sticks.

3; Ina candy holder ofthe character desV scribed, a body having the representation ofA a vehicle thereon with window openings in the body, candy sticks supported by the body through the window openings, said candy blocks simulating theheads of persons or objects and'representing passengers, said body comprising a cardboard; sheet folded to profl vide` front and rear walls with the window opening struck from the front wall,'and the material struck from said opening providing a support for thercandy sticks.

j et." In a candy'holder of the character de-g Y 4and. viewable through-v vthe window openings.` f I -`Iclaimzf :Y y Al. In a candy holder of the character def scribed, a body having the representation of a vehicle thereon with window openings in' the body, candy sticks supported by the body with a candy block on each stick viewable through the window openings, said body comprising a card board sheet folded to provide front and'rear walls with the window openings struck from the front wall, and the ma-` blocks simulating the heads of persons or ob-V jects and representing passengers, said body comprising a cardboard sheet folded topr0- vide front and rear walls with the window openingstruck from the frontv wall, and' the material struck from said windows, providing upper and lower vspacing, members for the walls with the lower member constituting Y a support for the-candy sticks. Y

' 6. In a ycandy holder of the character described, a body havingthe representation of j a motor bus thereon with window openings in the body, candy sticks supported by the body Y with a candy block on eachy stickviewablel i through the window openings, Vsaid body comf prising a cardboard sheet folded to provide front and rear wallswithr the windowV opening struck from the front wall, and the material struckfrom said windows providing upper and lower spacing members for the walls with the lower member constituting a support for the candy sticks, and a 'cellophane covering for the body veXtendii-ig inwardly over the rear wall to space the candy blocks Y from the cardboard.

e 7 L VIn ka candy holder off the characterdescribed, Va body havingthe representationof a motor bus thereon 'with window openings y inl thebody, candy sticks supported by the body with a candy block'on each stick view-- ablethrough the window'openings, said candy blocks simulating the heads of per-sons or objects and representing bus passengers, said body comprising a cardboardfsheet folded to provide front and rear'walls with the window opening 'struck Vfrom the front wall, land the material struckfromsaid window providing upper and lower spacing Amembers for he walls with the lower member constituting a support for the candy sticks, and a cello-` phane covering for the body'extending inwardly over the rear wall to space the candy blocks from they cardboard y `In testimony whereof l afIiX signature.

Louis DunPAPA-1 'lauf

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2628169 *Apr 18, 1951Feb 10, 1953J G Berthold CoConfectionery container
US4909391 *Apr 17, 1989Mar 20, 1990Emil NewarskiClassifying receptacle and retrievable storage method
US6652004 *Aug 3, 1999Nov 25, 2003Michael R. LamItem made from combination of rare and common materials and method of making the same
Classifications
U.S. Classification426/104, 206/457, 229/116.4
International ClassificationB65D81/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65D81/00
European ClassificationB65D81/00