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Publication numberUS2119435 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 31, 1938
Filing dateApr 13, 1936
Priority dateApr 13, 1936
Publication numberUS 2119435 A, US 2119435A, US-A-2119435, US2119435 A, US2119435A
InventorsEdwin J Hutchison
Original AssigneeEdwin J Hutchison
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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May 31, 1938.

E. J. HUTCHISON RECEPTACLE Filed April 13, l 936 Wm M ATTORNEYS Patented May 31, 1938 I UNITED STATES PATENT OFFIQE I RECEPTACLE Edwin J. Hutchison, Barnesville, Ohio Application April 13, 1936, Serial No. 74,191

1 Claim. (01. 229-23) This invention relates to boxes primarily for related portions and also is placed over the cover cigars or may be successfully employed for other I2 thereby hinging the cover to the outer secpurposes, and has for the primary object the tion of the box. The blank shown in Figure 4 provision of a simple and inexpensive device of when assembled to form the inner section is 5 this character which will be durable and effiplaced within the outer section and snugly fits cient and may be manufactured and sold at a the latter completing the body ll of the box with low cost. the cover I2 hinged thereto. The inner and With these and other objects in View, this inouter sections of the body ll may be separated vention consists in certain novel features of conand assembled readily and when separated may struction, combination and arrangement of parts be folded for shipment. The front and rear 10 to be hereinafter more fully described and walls of the body H are of less height than the claimed. end walls so that when the cover [2 is in body- For a complete understanding of my invention, closing position it will lie flush with the upper reference is to be had to the following descripedges of the end walls.

ti n nd acc mp nyin r win n which A box of the character described is simple in 15 Figure 1 is a transverse Sectional View iiiusconstruction and easy and economical to man'- trating a box constructed in accordance with my ufacture d may b m de of various shapes invention and from any material suitable for the pur- Figure 2 is alongitudinal sectional view illuspose. treting the Seme- Having described the invention; I claim: 20

Figure 3 is a perspective view illustrating the A box cgmprising a body including inner and Outer Section Of the body of the bOX and Showouter sections separable from one another and E the Same P y Collapsedfeldedeach foldable, said inner section including a Figure 4 is a plan view showing the blank from bottom Wall providing tt for Said body which the inner Section of the body of the box and side walls integral with the bottom wall and 25 is eehstllletedfoldable relative thereto, said outer section inl g in detail to the drawing, the numeral eluding integrally connected side walls adapted H indicates the body of the box and I2 the cover to 1-11; Over t side Walls of t inner t n f t The y Comprises inner and Outer and cooperate therewith in forming end, front sections separable from each other and which and rear walls t t b d s id ide walls of 39 y b readily folded- Collapsed when disasthe outer section being foldable relative to each sembled. The inner section is madefrom a blank th a cover hinged on one of th ll of the and th latt r is clearly Shown in Figure The outer section to provide a closure for the body, blank Comprises the Well Iit and the flaps M and a covering placed over the cover and the tegral therewith- The mat r al f t blank iS outer section and secured to said cover and outer 35 weakened on the dotted lines so that the flaps section to hinge the cover to the outer section may swing relative to the wall l3. The outer and to retain the walls of the outer section assection is made from a strip bent to form the sembled with the inner section removable from angularly related portions 15. A covering 5 is the outer section.

40 glued or otherwise secured over the angularly EDWIN J. HUTCHISON. 40

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Classifications
U.S. Classification229/122.32, 229/126, 229/942, 229/183
International ClassificationB65D85/12
Cooperative ClassificationB65D85/12, Y10S229/942
European ClassificationB65D85/12