|Publication number||US681074 A|
|Publication date||Aug 20, 1901|
|Filing date||Mar 28, 1901|
|Priority date||Mar 28, 1901|
|Publication number||US 681074 A, US 681074A, US-A-681074, US681074 A, US681074A|
|Inventors||John L Perkins, Charles E Pope|
|Original Assignee||Japanese Tissue Mills|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (2), Classifications (1)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
freineH` MASSAQHUSETTS; L Y i CRAPIE;A
`"Tol-aiuwiz/om, 'it may concern: 4 e .Bef-it known that we, JOHN L. PERKINS, a. resident 'of Holyoke, in thecounty of Hamp- 1,"`den,}and `CHARLES E. Porn, a resident of. `fclouth Hadley, in the county of Hampshire, iStats. of Massachusetts, citizens of the United t l States of America, have invented certainnew "and useful Improvements in Crape Paper, of i 1 whichthe following is afull, clear, and exact `mgldescription. i r V 'i This invention relates'to improvements in i crape tissue-paper, and has rfor its object to render papers of the kind indicated more at: y y tractive `and desiiable' than heretofore by grs 4reason of 'the same becoming possessedof the V jgcharacteristiclof being lustrous and scintil- "lating,. owing to the incorporationl in the pafper oflmineral crystals, which have positions forl :exposure and coruscation at Vdifferent lan-glas on the crimped surface `of the crapedv i paper, and hence the paper appears to emit successions ofshimme'rings or irradiations, either when viewed from different points or A `whenfthe paper moves.' A e `25 ',The' invention consists as a new article of f manufacture of a craped paperof any desired V i color,-shade,or"`tint,or combination thereof, 4
having arnultiplicity of crystal-like particles incorporated therein,f and, 'by reason ofthe 3o crimpings of thepaper, being exposed atdii'-v erent angles for the above-statedeect. In the accompanying drawings the new article of paper manufactured is illustrated, i, e so far as it is practicable to do so under Pat- `35@entjOiice' rulesyin which- Y y A Figure lis aplan view of a portion `of the e improved crape'd paper. Fig. 2 is a sectional `vietrithrough thethickness vof the same',un
. fderstoodas drawnmonan enlargedscale.
i SEJOHNL; PERKINS, or Hon-rolia, AND CHARLES E'. Porn, or 'SoUTnHADLEr-, MASSACHUSETTS, ASSIcNoRS 're THE JAPANESE TISSUE MILLS., or Hoi.-
. srnerrrcnrronifqrmmg part of Letters PatentNo. 681,074, dated August 2o, 190i.
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In thedrawings, A represents in an exag- 4c *gerated manner the craped tissue-paper, a'
vindicating the crimpings or crinkles,a nd b .representing the multiplieityof particles of Vmineral crystals, such as flakes of -mica\,.so ,incorporated in the paper, and owing to the thinness of the paper such particles are visible atthe surface and for the most part they have, as to some Substantialportion thereof; positions external of the tissue.
The aspect of thepaper is greatly enhanced, and the paper vavailable for the making of lamp-shades, fancy ornamental articles, trim minge, and decorations becomes of greatlyincreased value and attractiveness because of its new characteristic and capability;` of giving the effects herein above ou t1ined,which ordinaryrcrape paper has not' possessed-or been capable of. i l Having thus described Vour invention, what We claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-. i
As a new article of manufacture, a crape paper having a multiplicity of crystal-like mineral `particles incorporated therein, and which',by reason of the crimpingof the pa- 65 per, are exposed at different angles toem'it successions of lcoruscations either when the paper is viewed from diierent points, or is moved. Signed by us at Holyoke, Massachusetts, 7o in presence of two subscribing witnesses. y
JOHN L. PERKINS. CHARLES n. Porn.
C. M.`MUNSON, WM. BOND.
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