|Publication number||US870445 A|
|Publication date||Nov 5, 1907|
|Filing date||Jun 7, 1907|
|Priority date||Jun 7, 1907|
|Publication number||US 870445 A, US 870445A, US-A-870445, US870445 A, US870445A|
|Inventors||Charles B Livermore|
|Original Assignee||Charles B Livermore|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (8), Classifications (1)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
PATENTED NOV. 5, 1907.
C. B. LIVERMORE. TICKET HOLDER.
APPLICATION FILED JUNE 7, 1907.
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county of King and State of Washington, have invented 1906, Ishow a holder "of the same character as the one ent holder an improvement, in that it is somewhat tube at the end of the lip 51's contracted as indicated I at 7 so that it forms a continuation of the circular open UNITED-Q STATES CHARLES B. LIVERMORE,
No. 870,445. Specification of Letters Patent. memes Nov. 5, 1997.
' Application flied June 7,1901. Serial No. 877.820. a
To all whom it may concem: I i as shown at 8, which recess extends preferably for half Be it known that I, CHARLES-B. Lrvuamonn, a citizen of the United States, residing at Seattle, in the certain new and useful Improvements in Ticket-Holders, of which the following is a specification.
- This invention relates to improvements in ticket holders, of that class in which the, ticket is inserted in the holder in a tight roll of the desired length; and fed out in proper lengths by the partial rotation of theholder parts.
In my Patent Number 837 ,939,-dated December 11th,
about to be described and while the holder of the patent serves its purpose well, and admirably accomplished the object of the invention, I deem the presmore simple and sightly, as well as being cheaper to manufacture, and less cumbersome than my former device. Aside from these general difierences suginner tubes or sections, simplifying the outer tube, and forming the inner tube so that it will effectually grip the edge of the ticket to insure its being fed forward to position to be torn off when the propersection or part of the holder is partially revolved.
The object of the invention is to provide a simple sightly,v durable and handy holder, embodying such construction that its parts may be readily put together and taken apart to facilitate the entry of the roll of tickets which are inserted in the inner tube or section of the holder, in a tight roll as shown in the drawings,
In the drawings; Figure 1 is a perspective view of the holder, with the proper width of ticket extended, thev view being enlarged for the sake of clearer illustration; Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the outer tube; Fig. 3 is a similar view of the inner tube; Fig. 4 is a central cross section taken through bothtubes, with ticket roll in place; Fig. 5 is a cross section taken through the inner tube near the closed end, without paper; Fig. 6 is a similar view of the inner tube taken near the open end; and Fig. 7 is adetail broken BGC'. tional view of the flange of the inner tube or section.
Referring to the drawings, the numeral 1 designates the outer tube, with one end open as indicated at 2 and the other closed by a flanged cap 3. Forthe full length of this tube, I provide a narrow slot 4. The material adjacent to one side of the slot is raised slightly to form a lip 5 which extends slightly above the material adjacent to the opposite side of the slot. The end of the end of the tube, so as to adapt the end to fit properly within the overhanging flange of the inner tube as will appear later on. I recess the open end of the outer tube i in the outer tube and at times engage the shoulders 9 upon said tube, so that the complete rotation of the tubes one upon the other is prevented. In the present instance the tubes are capable of making a half revolu-- tion.
The numeral 13 designates a longitudinal slot which is adapted to register with the slot 4 in the outer'tube at times. The edges of this tube overlap, producing an. under lip Hand anover lip 15 and I preferably provide two slits 16 in the over lip, thus forming a central section A 'a, and two end sections b, which sections b lightly contact with the under lip, so that they will bear lightly on the ticket and hold the same after it has been torn ofi to insure the feeding of the appropriate length of ticket when the tubes are manipulated to project the ticket to the position for. tearing, whilethe central section a is preferably slightly above the under lip and not in contact therewith.
The numeral 17 designates a small head which, when the two tubes are assembled, is embraced by the overhanging flange of the outer tube. This bead serves to hold the two tubes together, that is to say, to prevent them from coming apart without design of the manipulator, while it is obvious that by merely depressing the lip which carries the bead, said bead will be forced below the edge of the flange, when the two parts be easily slid apart.
In operation, the ticket in a tight roll, is placed within the inner tube, with one end extending through the 7 slot 13 in the inner section, andthe outertube is tele scoped upon the inner one with the ticket extending through the slot 4. That portion of the end of the outer tube which carries the bead is depressed, so that said bead will enter the groove within the flange when the two parts will be held temporarily together. The tubes are assembled in such position that the abutment or vpin 11 will be within the recess 8. When the outer Claims 1. A ticket holder, comprising a casing formed of outer and inner tubular parts, the outer part being provided with'a longitudinal slot and two shoulders adjacent to its open end, the inner of said parts being provided wlthu hollow bend-like flange overhanging a portion of the inner part and provided within the flange with a pin or abutment which co-ncts with the shoulders upon the outer part, said inner part being provided with a longitudinal slot adapted at times to register with the slot in the outer part.
2. A ticket holder comprising a casing formed of outer and inner tubular parts, each having a closed end, the outer of said parts being provided with a longitudinal slot, and a circumferential recess adjacent its open end, said recess terminating in shoulders, the inner of said parts being provided with a longitudinal slot and a head-like flange overhanging a portion of the inner part and adapted to receive and envelop the open end of the outer part, an abutment or pin within the flange of the inner part, co-acting with the shoulders for the purpose set forth, and a bend or projection carried by the outer part and adapted to be received Within the flange of the inner part, whereby the parts are detachably united.
3. A ticket holder. comprising a casing formed of outer and inner tubular parts each having a closed end, the
outerpart being provided with a longitudinal slot and a circumferential recess'terminating in shoulders, the inner part being provided with a longitudinal slot, and formed with an inner and outer lip adjacent to said slot, the ends of the outer lip being adapted to bear lightly upon the inner lip for the purpose set forth, and means for limiting the rotation of the parts one upon the other.
4. A ticket holder comprising a casing formed of outer and inner tubular parts, each provided with a longitudinal slot, the inner part being formed with an inner and outer lip, one overlapping the other adjacent to the slot in said port, the ends of the outer lip being so'formed as to bear lightly upon the lower lip, while the central portion of said lip is out of engagement with said lower lip, and means for limiting the rotation of the parts one upon the other.
In testimony whereof I afiix my signature in presence-
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