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Publication numberUS1906768 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 2, 1933
Filing dateNov 16, 1931
Priority dateNov 16, 1931
Publication numberUS 1906768 A, US 1906768A, US-A-1906768, US1906768 A, US1906768A
InventorsRomine Henry E
Original AssigneeRomine Henry E
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Infant glider
US 1906768 A
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

May 2, 1933. H. E. ROMINE 1,906,768

INFANT GLIDER /z/enr/ E 71307" /n e llorney Inventor 10 ratus of this nature which is exceedingly vention as hereinafter claimed or sacricing.

20 combination and arrangement of parts as having the extremities of the limbsbent at Patented May 2,l 11933 f y Y Y 1,906,768: i,

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE HENRY E RoMInmor SEYMOUR, INDIANA l inFANT GLIDEB. y' l l i AApplication iled November 16, 1981.` Serial No. 575,455; n The present inventionrelates to an infant falling therefrom as 'the rocking ymotion i p v glider and has for its prime obj ect to provide takes place.

an apparatus'with a seat for an infant, child It isthought that the construction, opera. or the like and means for supporting the seat; tion and advantages of this invention will so that it may-be moved to and fro and renow be quite apparent vwithout'a more de"' 55 v tained in a level position during its movetailed description thereof. n

ment, c f p It is apparent that changes inthe ldetails Another very important object ofthe inof `constructioninayv be resorted Vto without vention resides in the provision of an appavvdeparting from the spirit or scope of the insimple in its construction, inexpensive to any of its advantages. n n manufacture, strong and durable,` easy to Having thus described my invention, what manipulate, thoroughly eicient and reliable I claim as new is: v Y in use and'y otherwise well adapted ,to 'the Aydevice of the class described comprising purpose for which it is designed.` four uprights, upper and lower bars connect- Y With the above and numerous otherlobing said upriglits together, a cross beam conjects in view as Will appear as the descripnected to each side pair of uprights adjacent tion proceeds, the invention resides in certain their' upper ends, a plurality of U,shaped novel features of construction, and in the members each formed of circular stock and 0 v Will be hereinafter more fully described and right langles and journalled in the beams, claimed. n onev extremity and oneof said U-shaped vIn the drawings: y 1 members beingV extended to pass through a Figure 1 is a perspective view of the beam and bent to form a crankhandle, a

fapparatus embodying the features of my in- `seat bottom forming board seated onr the 75 vention, and y p `bight portion of. said U-shaped members Figure 2 is a front elevation thereof. with its edges spaced inwardly of the limbs Referring to the drawings in detail it will of such members, and side and end boards y be seen that the frame comprises four uphaving their lower edges connected Withthe,

rights 5 connected by bars 66 and 7, 7 at Vupperface of said bottom board anda strip 80 their upper ends. A pair of spaced parallel connecting the front end of the side boards supporting bars 8 are mounted inthe frame together and spaced above the bottom board.y 4 adjacent the top thereof. Numeral 9 de- In testimonyV whereof Iaiiix my signature.

' notes a seat. -The letters H `denote a plu- HENRY E. ROMINE.`

rality of hangers. Each hanger is of sub- Y stantial U-shaped formation includinga cross portion 10, a pair of sides 11 and apair of trunnions 12 extending'laterally and outiwardly from the upperends of the sides 10. v A

The trunnions 12 are "journalled in suitf f v i 90 able bearingsrll mountedin the supporting "f bars8.`

The cross portions 10 extend under'the seat 9 in spaced parallelismand areconnect- K p v ed tothe seat by means offbearings 15. V,On Y p i V95 one of the trunnions 12 there is formed a 5 crank 16. By rocking this crankvl6 it will be seen that the seat, may be caused tomove to and fro infa level condition so as to elimc v inate the danger of an infant or smallchild y Y y 100 ork

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U.S. Classification472/118, 5/108
International ClassificationA47D13/10, A47D13/00
Cooperative ClassificationA47D13/105
European ClassificationA47D13/10D