Design for folding door-key
US D3942 S
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HENRY ELVELL, OF SOUTH NOR \VALK, COXXECTICUT.
DESlGN FOR A FOLDING DOOR-KEY.
Specification forming part of Design No. 3.942, datedMz11'eli2l,10.
To all whom it may concern:
Be itJ known that I, Hizxnv H. Bmw-1m, of
South Norwalk, in the county ot` ifniriield :ind
State of Connecticut, have invented n new Design for Folding Door-lveysgnnd I dohereby declure the following, when taken in connection with theaccompanying drawings 5nd the let ters of reference innrlcefl thereon, to lie a full, ele-tir, and exriet: description ot' the sinne, and which Suid drawings constitute port of this specification, and represent. in-
Figure 1,21 side view, und in Fig. :tu edge view.
'l`hisinvention relates to a design fora folding key such :is is fox-ined from sheet metal, the object being, by the shape ot` the handle. to give toit the advantage ol' the how, and also to inelose the hit ot the key within the bow end ofthe handle.
A is the bit, formed upon a spindle. 11. ot'
sheet metal, und pivoted inthe handle C nl n. so as to turn therein like the blade oto knife. The handle is formed o1" two sides oi sheet metal, :ind to the endl) a shzipeis given similar to the bow of n common key, so :is to give to the key by this shape the necessnry leverage for turning, :intl also to entirelv inelose the bit, :is denoted in broken lines; Fig. 1.
I claim :is my invention- The design herein described foro lnindle for folding,r doorlieys, Consisting of two sith-sterY initiating in a rounded end, I), to inelose and cover the bit.
HEXRY ll. ELWI'LL.
Euwiizo Brunn, A. J TIniHfrs.