Design for pencil-cases
US D10872 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
01 9-42 AU 2903 Ex FIP: 05/96 OR 9010572 019-44 AU 2903 EX FIP: 05/96 xv. [3010872 DESIGN.
G. W. GBSSNER.
No.10,872. Patented Oct. 22,1878
M'Znassp Int/gala" %fin @ea/fiar w %/4 av c//aw UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
CHARLES W'. GESSNER, OF NEW YORK, N. Y., ASSIGNOR TO AIKIN,
LAMBERT & 00.,
OF SAME PLACE.
DESIGN FOR PENCIL-CASES.
Specification forming part of Design No. 10,872, dated October 22, 1878; application filed August 23, 1878. [Term of patent 7 years] To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, CHARLES W. GEssNEn, of the city, county, and State of New York, have originated and invented a new Design for the Telescopic Cases of VVatch-Oharms, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification.
This design is intended to be applied to the telescopic cases of such instruments as pencils, watch-keys, and toothpieks, which are known in the jewelry trade as watch-charms, and used or-worn as pendants from watch-chains.
Figure 1 is a perspective View of a pencil or charm having a telescopic ease of my design, showing it closed up. Fig. 2 is a similar View of the same, showing the same open or drawn out.
The general form of the charm shown is cylindrical, a short portion of the cylinder having a slightly less diameter than the other and longer portion, and terminating in the form of a conoid, while at the opposite end of the charm the longer portion of the cylinder terminates in a projecting bead or flange.
The letter a indicates the longer cylindrical portion of the charm, and c the shorter portion, of a less diameter, and terminating in the eonoid (1, having an opening in its end. The longer portion terminates in the projecting flange or bead b. A ring is attached to the charm by an eye, f.
What I claim is- The design for a watch-chain charm consistingof the cylindrical portion a, terminating in the projecting head or flange b, and the shorter cylindrical portion 0, of a less diameter than the portion a, and terminating in coneidal form, having an opening in its end, and the eye f and ring g, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawing.
CHARLES W. GESSNER.
Witn esses T. J. KEANE, FRED. HAYNES.