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Publication numberUS2009077 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 23, 1935
Filing dateJul 13, 1933
Priority dateJul 13, 1933
Publication numberUS 2009077 A, US 2009077A, US-A-2009077, US2009077 A, US2009077A
InventorsAbraham Walitzky
Original AssigneeLouis M Bayer
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Hand bag
US 2009077 A
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A. \WALITZKY 2,09,077

. HAND BAG Filed July 13," 1933 INVENTOR Y ATTORNEY Patented July 23, 1935 UNITED STATES; PATENT OFFICE v r i l gjmgjjqq. I a t V HANDBAG y Abraham Walitzky,;l lewYork, N; Y., assignorof w one-half to Louis Bayer Application nails, 1933, Srial'NoI 686,163

U .6 Claims. (c1. 150+;o) V a present inventionrelates to hand bags,.and thereforeintendedland desiredthat the embodi- .more, particularly to the type of handbag used ,ment shown herein'be deemedillustrative and V by ladies, and to luggage articles in general. not restrictive, and that the patent shall cover Anobject of this invention is to provide a hand whatever features of patentable novelty exist in 5 flb lg o fqthe-classes mentioned, which-is of novel the-invention disclosed; reference being had to 5 ,and improved construction as relates to providthe appended plaims rather than to the specific ing compartments therein. 7 description herein to indicate the scope of the Anotler object of this invention is to provide invention. v v --a bag embodying-a novel and improved parti- In the accom anying drawing, forming part l .tion member which avoids bulkiness ofthe bag of this application, similar characters of refer- .10

when filled with articles, and whichpermits-the ence indicate corresponding parts in .all the formation of not only a spacious collapsible .ViEWS; i compartment, but also flat pockets. I Fig. l is a-perspectiveview of the member hav- A further object of this invention is to proing partition portion intermediate pocket por- 5 vide ahand-bag of novel and improved con- .tions. I 'struction-wherein adjoining compartments are Fig.2 is a similar view of such member wherelined in difierentcolors by virtue of the use .of in. however, the pocket portions extend in op-- partition members of specialdesign. posite ,directions; l 1 a n a Anotherobject is toprovide a novel and im- 7 Fig. 3 isarperspective= view of a ladys hand bag 2 ,proved bag of, the type described. most-of the embodying a pair; ofLsuch members whereby. is '20 components whereof may be out together where- .iformed threecompartments and four'flat-pockby 7 a substantial saving is effected in the-cost ,etsj the colonofthe, li-ning-of -the;end compartof manufacture, 1 r ments being other -than;tha t of thej iddle one.

A further object of this invention is to provide Fig. lis'aperspective view of-a bag embodying an improvedjbag or article of luggage of the more than one pair ofsuch members; showing in 25 type described, which is simple in construction, .particularthe manner of joining -one suchmemeasy to manufacture, which affords comfort and ber to another to provide a series of collapsible cleanliness in use, which includes the advancompartments within the bag. tages mentioned and yet could be marketed at Fig. 5 is a section taken at line5--5 in Fig. 3.

a very reasonable price. In the drawing, the numeral l0 designates gen- 30 To attain these objects, in a preferred embodierally the member shown in Fig. 1, which has an ment of my presentinvention, I provide a hand accordion pleated central portion H,intermedibag with members comprising an accordion ate the end portions l2 and I3 which are bent pleated partition element integral and between perpendicular to the portion I I, both in the same parallel extending pocket elements. These direction. In a preferred construction, this 35 members are so stitched within the bag either member I0 is made of two sewn together difbetween the front and back or between a pair of ferently colored sheets I4 and I5. lengthwise partitions therein, to provide two op- A pair of these members l0, are sewn within posite flat pockets along the length of the bag the bag body l6, so that each forms a compartio and a transverse collapsible partition between ment l'l therein, with the gusset !8, as the fourth 40 bag compartments thus formed; the stitch lines side, of such compartment; the accordion pleated being depthwise with respect to the bag proper, portions II, becoming the transverse partitions along the edges of the extending elements and between the front and back of the bag It, and. along the bends of said member. the end portions l2 and I3 forming flat pockets as For cleanliness, I provide a white lined 'comor sleeves IS, the stitching being done along the partment wherein face powder and puff may be lines marked a. kept, while for rouge and lip stick articles, I pro- The interior of the bag 16, being lined white I vide a colored lined compartment; Therefore, I and the gussets' 18, being lined red, the central make the members mentioned, of white material compartment 20, will be lined completely white,

on one side and of colored material on the othand-the end compartments l1, will be lined com- 50 er, so that adjoining compartments formed, be pletely red, when the members III, are made up respectively lined. as in Fig. 1; sheet M being white in color, while This. invention is capable of numerous forms that of sheet [5 is red.

and various applications without departing from Itis advantageous in the manufacture of bags the essential features herein disclosed. It is embodying my invention as shown in Fig. 3, that its dimensions be so proportioned that the element I B when spread fiat should measure exactly the front of the bag. Then the components I and 15, the front and back of the bag l6, their respective linings and any longitudinal partitions (not shown), could all be out together in one operation; effecting a material saving in production.

In luggage or larger size hand bags, where it is desirable to have many compartments, I embody my invention in a construction illustrated in Fig. 4, wherein additional members III are in--.;

cluded by joining one member ID to another, by stitching the ends of parts l2 and I3 respectively of one within the remote pleats 2| of the partition portion I I of the other, to form additional collapsible and extensible compartments 24, and fiat pockets 22.

In the construction in accordance with my present invention, of a symmetrical bag having but two adjacent collapsible compartments, I use a. member as shown in Fig. 2, wherein the pocket portion 23 extends in a direction opposite to that of the pocket portion l3, whereby when such a member is sewn within a bag IS, a flat pocket is formed on either side of the partition portion l I; one pocket with the front of the bag and the other with the back of the bag being thus formed in alternate relation.

I claim:-

1. In an article of the type described, a bag body and a pair of members, each of which comprises a pleated portionintermediate and substantially perpendicular to fiat end portions, secured within the bag body to form'adjoining collapsible compartments therein; the end portions of one of said members lining opposite sides of the bag portion within one of the compartments and the end elements of the other of said members being respectively secured within pleats of the pleated portion of the first member, whereby the end portion of the second memberform pockets with opposite sides of the bag body.

2. In an article of the type described, a bag body and a pair of members,'each of which com prises a pleated portion intermediate and substana central pleated portion between body and a member tially perpendicular to flat end portions, secured within the bag body to form adjoining collapsible compartments therein and whereby each of the end portions of said members form pockets with the bag body; the end portions of one of said members being respectively secured within the pleats of the pleated portion of the other of said members.

3. In an article of the type described, a bag body and a member, comprising a pleated portion intermediate and substantially perpendicular to flat end portions, secured within the bag body; each of end portions being secured at its ends only, whereby the pleated portion parti- 1 tions the bag body'to form compartments therein,

and each of the end portions form pockets with opposite components of the bag body.

-4. In an article of the type described, a bag body and a member, comprising an accordion pleated central portion and perpendicularly extending end portions in substantially parallel planes, secured within the bag body; each of the end-portions being secured at its ends only, whereby the pleated portion partitions the bag body to form adjoining collapsible compartments therein, and each of the end portions lineopposite sides of the bag body to form pockets therewith.

5. 'Inan'article of the type described, a bag body having end gussets, and a member having integral end portions; each of the end portions being secured at its ends only, one end to the bag body and the other end stitched in a gusset seam line, 'the pleated portion. partitioning the bag body to form adjoining collapsible compartments therein.

'6. In an article of the type described, a bag comprising substantially perpendicular portions secured within the bag body, each of said portions being secured at its ends only, whereby the bag body is partitioned to form compartments therein by one of the portions and whereby a pocket is formed by the other of said portions with a component 01' the bag 7 body.

ABRAHAM WALITZKY.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification150/112
International ClassificationA45C3/06, A45C3/00
Cooperative ClassificationA45C3/06
European ClassificationA45C3/06