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Publication numberUS448476 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 17, 1891
Filing dateMar 10, 1890
Publication numberUS 448476 A, US 448476A, US-A-448476, US448476 A, US448476A
InventorsCatharine Deiner
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Rolling-pin
US 448476 A
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C. DEINER. ROLLING PIN.

(N0 Model.)

N0. 448,476. Patented Mar. 17, 1891.

2XMmooaa UNHED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

OATHARINE DEINER, OF LEBANON, PENNSYLVANIA.

ROLLlNG-PIN.

SPECIFIGATION forming part of Letters Patent N0. 448,476, dated. March 17, 1891.

Applioation filed Maroh 10, 1890. Serial N0. 343,416. (N0 model.)

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Be it known Ll1at I, CATHARINE DEINER, a citizen 0f the United States, residing at Lebanon,in the county of Lebanon, State 0f Penn- Sylvania,have invented a new and useful Improvement in Rolling-Pins, whieh improve- 1nent is fully Set forth in tl1e following specifieation and aeeompanying drawings.

My invention relates to an attachment to a rolling-pin, ley whieh dough, &c., may be eut into various shapes and forms; and it cousists of a eutter-carrying sleeve adapted t0 be fitted 011 tl1e rolling-pin and provided with an annular rin1 01 flange, whieh ae'ts as a stop f0r primarily limiting tl1e entranee 0f the rolb ing-piu into the sleeve, and is f0rnied with an opening to reeeive an eye 01 loop 011 the pin, said eye reeeiving a spring.jreatch for eonneeting the sleeve and rolling-pin as one.

Figure 1 represents an elevation 0f a rolling-pin with a portion 01": my invention applied thereto. Figs. 2 and 5 represent similar views 0f rolling-pins With variously-formed cutters thereon. Fig. 3 represents an end view of a rolling-pin, showing the fastening deviee. Fig. 4.- represents an end view 0f a zigzag cutter. Figs. 6, 7, and 8 illustrate, on a reclueed seale, diiferent forms ancl effeets produeecl by the eutters in dividing the sheets of dough int0 variously-shaped parts and pieces. K1

Sinnilar letters of referenee indieate eorresnonding parts in tl1e several figures.

Refeiring (0 the drawings, A designates a r'olling-pin, up0n whieh is mounted a sleeve B, provided witl1 cutters Whieh may have straight, fluted, 01. eireular cutting-edges.

T0 one end 0f ehe body 0f tl1e rolling-pin is attaehed a loop 01 eye C, whieh projects theref101n and enters the slot er opening C in the annular 1iu1 01 flange C the latter being fermed 011 the end of the sleeve and adapted [0 have the handle of the rolling-pin passed through the Same, so that said handle is in positien f0r Operation.

D designates a spring-eateh, ene end of whieh is attaehed t0 the sleeveand 1;l1e other enrl adapted t0 enter the eye O, by whicl1 pro VlSl0n longitudinal displaeennent 0f the sleeve f10n1 the rolling-pin is prevenned.

It Will be seen that when the sleeve is inserted over tzhe rolling-pin 0r tl1e latter fitted into the sleeve, the rim o1 flange C primarily limits the entranee of the rolling-pin into the sleeve. The eye O also asses through the sl0t C 0f said 1in1 er flange, when it1is engaged by the eat-eh D, said eye thus receiving the strain when the device is in use and preventing the shifting 0II the sleeve around tl1e rolling-pin, it being notieed that longitudinal displaeement of the sleeve is prevented by'the spring-eateh.

When the handles 0f the rolling-pin are grasped, the eutters may be rolled 0ver the dongh, &c., ehe effeet of whieh is evident. It

is also evident that tl1e sleevewith its attaehed cutters, may be readily removed fronn tl1e rolling-pin by disconneeting the eateh fi0in the eye and tl1en disengaging tl1e sleeve and 1'011- ing-pin one from the other, the rollingpin, as such, being serviceable f01' W0lk 0f its kind.

Having= thus described 1ny invention, what I elain1 as new, and desire t0 secure by Lettexs Patent, is

A rolling-pin having a 100p 01 eye 0n tl1e end tl1ereof, in connbination With an eneireling sleew having a eutter thereon, am]. a springcateh engaging said eye, tl1e sleeve being provided at its ends With a flange,whieh is formed witl1 an opening through Wl1ieh said eye projects, substantially as deseribed CATHARINE DEINER. Vitnesses:

TOBIAS REINOEHL, Sr., AMANDA WIDM-AYER.

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