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Publication numberUS232617 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 28, 1880
Publication numberUS 232617 A, US 232617A, US-A-232617, US232617 A, US232617A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Peg and peg-wood
US 232617 A
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P. F, RAYMOND, 2d. Peg and Peg Wood.

Ne. 232,617. Patented Sept. 28, I880.





SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 232,617, dated September 28, 1880. Application filed November 28,1879.

bevel upon one corner and a wide bevel upon the other corner of the strip, and also having a longitudinal groove formed in its side immediatel y above the narrower point-formin g bevel,

Reference is made to the accompanying drawings in explaining the nature of my invention, in which Figure l is a perspective of a blank twice the width of the peg-strip to be made. Fig. 2 are vertical sections showing, in end view, the two strips formed from the blank shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 3 is a perspective of a pegstrip, and Fig. 4 is an end cross-section.

Ayepresents the peg-strip, from which separate pegs are made. It may be made of wood, metal, papier-mach,leather-board, or any other -suitable material. It is provided with a wide point-forming bevel, a, which extends from one side of the strip diagonally downward nearly across to the other side. The strip may also be furnished with the fracture or clinching groove a, which is located in the side of the peg-strip immediately above the narrower bevel 60 which, with the wide bevel, forms the point-forming edge of the strip.

The grooves may be out with a groovingmachine, or pressed, or molded, or otherwise formed.

When papier-mach or other like material is used, it may be desirable to c-orrugate the strip crosswise, in order that the strip may be easily severed.

In Fig. 1 there is shown a blank equal in width to that of two strips, which is separated into two peg-strips by a diagonal saw-cut or in any other suitable way. The blank may be provided with the fracturegroove a, or it may be formed in the peg-strip after the blank is severed.

If necessary the grooves a may also be formed in the blank before it is separated into two strips, in. order that the narrower bevel a above spoken of may be provided at the point of the peg.

When a peg-strip is made of metal the fastenings cut therefrom will be provided with a point, which, if driven against an iron last, will not be broken, but will be turned by contact therewith and be clinched.

Having thus fully described my invention, I claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States-- 1. The method of forming peg-strips consisting in dividing a blank of peg-wood of double the width of the peg-strips longitudinally and diagonally from one surface to the other, substantially as described.

2. A pegstrip having parallel sides and a continuous pointed edge formed by the wide and narrow bevels, as described, .and having the longitudinal groove to, and adapted to be divided into separate pegs, substantially as set forth.




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Cooperative ClassificationB29C53/04, B29K2105/04