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Publication numberUS739275 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 22, 1903
Filing dateJun 24, 1901
Priority dateJun 24, 1901
Publication numberUS 739275 A, US 739275A, US-A-739275, US739275 A, US739275A
InventorsCharley J Abbe
Original AssigneeCharley J Peterson, Charley J Abbe
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Portable and revolving whip-stand.
US 739275 A
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No, 739,275; 1 EATBNTED SEPT. 22', 1903.

, G. J. ABB'E. PORTABLE AND REVOLVING WHIP STAND.

APPLIOATION FILED JUNE 24, 1901.

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UNITED" STATES CHARLEY J; .ABBEQ'OF" HALF 'ro HARLE J; PETERSONQJOF ST. PAUL,

WHITERO'CK, SOUTH DAKOTA; ssigns-R93 ONE.-

MINNESOTA? PORTABLEYAND REVOLVING WHIP-STAND.

srncmxcuron forming part of Letters Patent 1%. 139,275, dated septennberfig, 1903. lppli'ou'tion filed 1111102411901;- Serial No. 6&7-655 (Ho model): t

To all whom .it-may'conc'em: 1 g

g V "that I,'GHAB EYL'An ma citizen of theUnitedStateg-residing at White'- rock,-ii1'- the county ofRoberts and State of .SeuthDakota, have invented certain nevgand useful Improvements in" Portable and Bein h pande, or whichthe. followings aspecifieation.

My invention relates tWimprore'mentsin whip-stands, its objeetbeinggto provide a' portable ,and, revolving,- display feta nd for whips which maybe supported fror'n the coil ing or upon the floor,

a's'desired To this end my inventioncons'ists in the featnres'of onstructi'on and combination herein- In the aceompanyingrlrawings, forming part of this specification, Eig'urelisan ele' vation of my improved Whip standjshown resting upon the floor. Fig. 2is a view of the same shown supportedfromv the eeiling; Fi

3 is a top'elevation ofthe stand with the-lock lug-shuttersremoved; and Fig; 4; is aldetail of the bae 'plateof the stands-frame; 3

In thefdra'wingsg-fl represents a base-plate or s "ider tbfwhieh is seemed the-upwardly The'f rame sis-form ed with eseri'es'efpoekets or grooves fLiiOf receive the whips :5, the base-plate forming'asupport for,

the Whips; .llnsidethenpp ereildofthe frame 3 is'jsecure dfthespider 6, 4

. 7 represents 'a, standard p ssing through;- the spider (i -and base-,-

eentral openings in plate 2 andproiect-ing into'an opening in the top-oi the legs .8-,-the.standardtbeingfseenred therein by ,mje: ms :ot "the screw larged to .preventthe frame-A ming lifted from the standard. I show in Fig. la plat he casters? may be; secured direetlyhev the legs; IfllSO-ShbWfii'rfiflgGd in one ofthe peek-I etsei-fthe frame 4 'a'numbe'r ofwhips 5,' the the pockets by-means.- i of any-desired'geonsjtrucwhips'bingheld in lpcking shutters 12',

' plate}.

'ardinthe base-plate andupp'er plate; I

tion. These shutters are preiereblyg madei with asprin'gmatoh and hinge, asshewn,'ai1d form a support for priee-cardsylB in addition to preventing the whipsfa'iling outpf the poekets. turns freely fronithe ceiling, from'the legs'8 by loosening the screw 9. then remove thestandard and pass it through the frame-from larged end 1-4; forms a support. underneath the and secure the-other end of the tube or rod 15' in thein i'ert'edrlegs 8 by "means of the screwfilj The platfo'rmjand casters being re jrno'v'ed frornthe legs 8, the legs can be se-' euredto the ceil'ng by bolts. 16 or in any other" thus-serving as abraeket to.

s'uitablemanner, 1 support the frame 3. In this. position of the stand theframe' turns freely upon the standsame manner as when set up, as

shown-gin Fig, 1. {The frame 3 ofthe-niachine is preferably formed ofesheet inetal :seeured by bolts'or in; any -other suitable manher to the casti,l'onibrackets.'; The stand is designed especiallylto-be' used as a dis play-- stand by retail dealers. q 'Ifclaim In awhip standof-the' elass described, thecombination ofa base-'plate,a smaller plate'arranged above saidbase-plate, a sheet=metal F frame fermdWit-h pockets securedto said base-plate'ands'urrounding said upper plate, said frame extending above said upper plate and having the upper ends of its pockets,

'openiaflsupporting-base, and a standard se-- c'nred insaid baseandlezi'tending thro'uglr'said I I then "connect to-the' opposite'end' of the standard a section of tubingor rod 15 15 It will be noticed that the frame 4-" upon the eentral post orstandard; 3 'Whenit is desired to support the frame,

I disconnect the steaid'ard 4.

the bottom-,Uso that the en-. t

In testimony whereof I afl ixtmylsignature Q

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US6273277Mar 10, 2000Aug 14, 2001Walter G. GeldenhuysRotating implement storage device
US20070039911 *Aug 19, 2005Feb 22, 2007Karl SatorRotational stand for game equipment
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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA01G9/02