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Publication numberUS604951 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 31, 1898
Publication numberUS 604951 A, US 604951A, US-A-604951, US604951 A, US604951A
InventorsEllery I. Anderson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

NIU-Model.) I l Y y E. I. ANDERSON. 8v 0. M. MORRILL.

LOCK.

No. 604,951. l Patent May 31,1898.

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1 specification and claims and illustrated in the e' UNITED STATE-s PATENT QOFFICE.

'ELLERY I. ANDERSON AND OSCAR M. MORRILL, or CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. y L r l l To all whom it may concern:

' Locks, of which the following is a specification.

. r LOOK.

4s*P13cIFIcATIoN' forming-part of ratten 15mn@ No. 604,951, dated May a1, 189s. Y I` I Application filed January 6, V'1898. Serial No 665,809. (No mdel.) y

Be it known that we, ELLERY I. ANDERSON ,and OSCAR M. MORRILL, citizens of the United States, residing at Charleston in the county of Charleston and State of South Carolina, have invented new and useful Improvements in This invention; resides in the novel features Aof construction ,set forth in the following fiann'exed drawings, in which-'- Y Figure lisa sectional plan viewr of the lock.4 Fig'. 2 is asection along fw w, Fig. 1.. Fig. 3

' in locking position. Fig. .4 is a view like Fig.

is a section along a; w, Fig'. 1, the partsbein'g l3, the partsbeing moved to position fornuiockingT-Fig, M5 Ais a section along y y, Fig.' 12' Fig. ,6 is a section along z2, Fig. 1. Fig. 7 are detail views of the bolt, tailpiece, and

' lining.

The doori is adapted to be held Shut-orto y the jamb 2 by bolt3,havinga hollow or tubular tailpieeeei, and normally held or moved to locking position'by spring 5. The door-is Qmortised to receive a lining or tube 6, in which the bolt can play." 'A slot-and-pin connection 7 and 8 can be'made to suitably limit the play of theLbolt.

The tailpiece 4 and vlining 6, as seen inFig. 7, have cuts or passages 9 andv 10 for a purpose presently explained, and said tailpiece 4 alsohas a cross-piece 11,i-n form of a rod, extended across the chamber or interior of this hollow tailpiece.

The door at its inn'er side is shown with escutcheo'n'12'and at its outer side with es- .cutcheon-13, suitably fastened or screwed in placein 'anyisuitable manner. Through the door extends atiibe or'housing14, shown with theouter .knob fixed or castthere'to. The

. inner or removable knbblcan be secured in suitable way, asfby shoulder'l' and screw 18,

holdiiigrthe knob fixed on tube 14.` In the tube l14 lis a spindlelQ.` This spindle is also shown in tubular` form and carries a "lug 20. The spindle is longitudinally movable in tube 14, and when shifted tocarry or slide`lug'20l ;through the passages 9 and 10, Fig. 7, so that thelug restsv in the hollow tail 4, Fig. 4, the spindle when rotated to carry lug against l cross-piece 11 will withdraw or open the 'bolt X,4

3; Y The piece 1-1 can be provided vwith an antifriction-roller to ease movement. y When the spindle isshifted to carry lugg20 out of the spindle, if rotated, would not aiect the bolt 3."

.- Moreover, when itslug is clear ofthe bolt the spindle can beheld against rotation by such lug 20 entering or being held in a suitable slot .with recesses, into oneof. which slips or engages the key 22,'. The other fork orslot. of

that this liook will. snap Or catch-over a; lip or short rib 2S when the parts are in the position Acarried 'by ablock or stem29, rotary in the sgindle 19, Vandwhen the key 22, with block 2 is turned. to rotate'hook 25, so' that the latter turns to one side or clear of lip 28, the

along tube 14 to bring lug 20to cross-piece 11. The blockl or stem 29, while rotary in spindle 19, cannot move longitudinally independ,

' ently of said spindle, a suitable slot-and-pin connection and 31,' Fig. 6, being made to connect the parts`29 and 19. ThespindlelQ is longitudinally movable in tube 14; but said tube andspindle rotate together. ig "j i' The spindle is Ashownwi-tha scrfiworfasloo'p 34 is vsecured tothe spindle. This han. dieor-trigger .34 aioifd's means for sliding the spindle back ing position.

by screw 36, and which enables the stem,.29 to orseat 21, Fig.5, in thedor 1.- The 'arrange-l ment isisuch that wihenvthe spindle 1 9 is in A f stablaltoy-h0l-@as11g 23.5ecnreutherein. and the key l22 when inserted engages a rotary-v. block 24, Fig. 1, suitably forkedA or providedv tail4 or clear of the bolt, as seen in Fig; 1,v the device is locked, or, in other words, theV 'block 24 engages a catch or swinging hook'25, pivoted at 26 and pressed by spring 27, so

shown in Fig.j3. This pivot 26 or catch 25 is.

spindle 19 is freed, so that it can slip inward I tening 32, Fig. 1, extended through a vslot invtnbe 14, and by which screwthe handle or l and ferth to locking and unlock.-`

At the inner end or at knob lthe stem 29" has a button' or handle 35 suitably secured', as

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be rotated to free catch 25 from 1p28. This. handle 35 also enables the freed spindleilto y 4n0 longitudinal movement.

be moved longitudinally, or, in other words, the handle at the inside replaces the key 22 and trigger 3l, which come into use at the outside. The spring 37, Fig. 1, is applied to normally rotate stem 2O t0 position for the catch 25 to engage lip 2S when the stem 1H slides outward. 'lhe spring 3S tends to move the spindle 19 inward or into active position. The tube 14; is of course suitably slotted to allow the lug 20 to move back and forth with the spindle 12). The tube M, while rotary, has The lip 2S is fixed or cast in the tube 1l.

lVhat we claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is

l. The combination with a bolt having a iransversely-arranged passage, of a longitudinallyanovable spring-pressed spindle having a lateral rigidly-attaehed lug forentering said passage to actuate the bolt, a device for holding the spindle with its lug outof engagement with the bolt, and means for releasing said holding device to permit the spring acting on the spindle to aetuate the latter and move the lug into engagement with ihebell, substantially as described.

2. The combination with a bolt having a transverse] y-arran ged passa ge, of a knob-earrying tube, a tubular spindle arranged in the knob-carrying tube, rotating therewith and movable longitudinally independent thereof, a lug rigidly secured to and projecting laterally from the tubular spindle to enter the said passage of the bolt, a spring for moving the spindle in one direction, a device for holding the spindle against the tension of the spring, and lneans foroperating said device to release the spindle and permit its spring to operate and cause the lug to enter the said passage, substantially as described.

3. A tube orhousing having a lip, a spindle having a catch for engaging the lip, a lug on the spindle, and a bolt, said spindle being made longitudinally movable to carry the lug into and out of engagementwith the bolt and said catch being made rotatable to eleai' or move to one side of the lip substantially as deseribed.

4. A tube or housing having'a lip, a longitudinally-movable spindle having a catch for engaging the lip, a lug on the spindle, a bolt adapted to be engaged by the lug, a rotary stem in the spindle and t0 which the catch is connected, and a button or handle at one end` of the spindle for rotating said stem, the other end of the spindle being adapted for the insertion of a key substantially as described.

5. A tube or housing having a lip, a longitudinally-movable spindle having a catch for engaging the lip, a lug on the spindle, a bolt adapted to be engaged by the lug, a rotary stein in the spindle for supporting the catch, a button or handle for the stein, and a keybloeli forked for the respective engagement of the catch and of a keysubstantially as described.

(i. A tube or housinghaving alip, a spindle having a catch for engaging the lip, a lng on the spindle, anda. bolt adapted to be engaged by the lug, said tube being slotted and said spindle having a handle or trigger extended through the slet substantially as described.

7. A door having a nlortise, a bolt in the mortise, a spindle7 and a lug on the spindle adapted to engage the bolt7 said door having a slot or seat for the lng and said spindle being longitudinally movable to carry the lug from the slet to the bolt substantially as described.

In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our handsin the presence ol two subscribing witnesses.

lllilillltY l'. ANDERSQN. OSCAR M. hlOlilllLL.

\Vit1iesses:

A. ll. Bnnnnnv, Tues. J. Emis.

Referenced by
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US2482926 *Nov 2, 1946Sep 27, 1949Milligan Joseph HDoor lock
US2995396 *Mar 2, 1959Aug 8, 1961RussellRetractor roller structure for door locks
US3001810 *Aug 8, 1960Sep 26, 1961Murray E WilliamsRetaining dog for axially-movable locking member in a door lock mechanism
US6014878 *Mar 2, 1999Jan 18, 2000Shen; Mu-LinLock with a freely rotatable outside handle
US6979029Dec 10, 2003Dec 27, 2005Shen Mu-LinLock with increased torque-resisting capacity
US8087272 *Nov 26, 2007Jan 3, 2012Korban Fouad FLocking mechanism
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationY10S292/27, E05B55/005