|Numéro de publication||US1295997 A|
|Type de publication||Octroi|
|Date de publication||4 mars 1919|
|Date de dépôt||22 nov. 1918|
|Date de priorité||22 nov. 1918|
|Numéro de publication||US 1295997 A, US 1295997A, US-A-1295997, US1295997 A, US1295997A|
|Inventeurs||William G Mennen|
|Cessionnaire d'origine||William G Mennen|
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|Référencé par (4), Classifications (14)|
|Liens externes: USPTO, Cession USPTO, Espacenet|
w. e. MENNEN. CARDBOARD POWDER BOX- APPLICATION FILEAD NOV. 22' l9l8 Patented Mar. 4,1919.
2 SHEETS-SHEET lo I INVENTOI? 4 TTORNE Y W. G. 'MENNEN.
CARDBOARD POWDER BOX.
" APPLICATION FILED NOV-22,1918.
Patented Mar. 4,1919.
2 SHEETSSHEET 2 ED TOGETHER INVENTOR ATTORNEY WT UFFIFE.
WILLIAM G. MENNEN, OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Application filed November 22, 1918. Serial No. 263,704.
To all cvhom it may concern:
Be it known that I, WILLIAM G. MENNEN,
a citizen of the United States, and resident of Newark, in' the county of Essex and State 'of New Jersey, have invented certain'new and useful Improvements in Cardboard Powder-Boxes, of which the following isa specification.
This invention comprises certain improvements upon and within the invention in cartons of my prior application, Serial No. 215,067, filed February 2, 1918. The present objects are to cheapen and simplify the manufacture and to secure a better sealed joint between the body and the filling open-- in disk.
n the accompanying drawings illustrating two forms of the improvements:
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the carton;
Fig. 2 is a vertical section through the assembled carton;
Fig. 3 is an inverted the cover;
Fig. 4 is a top perspective view of the inner shell of the body;
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary inverted perspective view of the same;
Fig. 6 is a perspective view of the outer shell of the body;
Fig. 7 is a perspective view of the closure disk;
perspective view of shells, constituting the inner portion of the body of Fig. 8, assembled;
Fig. 12 is a perspective view of the outermost shell of this body;
Fig. 13 is a perspective view of a closure and sifter disk; and
Fig. 14 is a perspective view of the intermediate shell, that is to sa the outer of the two shells forming the body in this in- In Figs. 2 and 8 the layers are shown separated for clearness of illustration, but in actual fact, of course, they lie close together and the various layers of the body are cemented together.
As in my other application the carton is designed more particularly as a retail sifter package for talcumpowder. The advandisk, to hold the latter in place.
Fig. 8 is a vertical section through an tages of the features common to both cases are set forth in the said application and need not be re eated.
'Reference W111 first be had to Figs. 1 to 7'.
The body of this form comprises two tubular cardboard shells 2 and 3, preferably of oblong c'ross-section, 2 being the inner shell and 3 the outer shell. The two shells are telescoped and lued or cemented together. The inner shell is of suitable length to project a distance above the outer shell to form Patented- Mar. a, rare...
a neck for the reception of a slip cover 4.
At the bottom the outer shell projects slightly below the inner shell, forming a bottom recess. A cardboard disk or brace 6 containing alarge filling opening 9 is placed against the lower end of the shell 2; and when the box is filled through this opening a closure disk'8 is inserted into the bottom recess filling the same, and is glued in place.
In my prior application a finishing sheet covering the outside-of the body was turned up on the inner surface of the projecting lower end of the outer shell and then carried across onthe bottom of the filling opening In the present instance I provide each of the shells 2 and 3 with its own finishing sheet. The finishing sheet 5 of the outer shell covers the latter and is turned in at the ends. The finishing sheet 25 which is pasted around the inner shell is turned inward at 7 and glued upon the-under face of the apertured dlsk 6 around the opening. This same sheet may be extended all the way to the top of the inner shell to form a finish for the neck which receives the slip cover 4. The cover may also have a separate finishing sheet 15 user punctures.
In Figs. 8 to 14 the outer shell 3 has a permanent bottom 10 The inner portion of the body comprises two tubular shells 2 and 2 These shells are telescoped into sheet 5".
each other and cemented and both are cemented into the outer. shell. The inner portion of the body projects above the outer shell to receive the slip cover 4, as in the other form. A disk 6 having a filling opening 9 is applied tothe upper end of the innermost shell 2*, and a closure disk 8 is cemented into a top recess formed by .a slight'projection of the shell 2 above the shell 2". The closure disk 8 erably covered by still another finishing With this form of box, the body is assembled complete'by the box manufacturer, with the exception of the closure and sitter disks 8, these and the covers being furnished separately. The powder manufacturer fills the bodies through the top, glues in the closure and sitter disk, and applies the cover.
In Figs. 1 to 7, the body and the cover are assembled complete by the box manufacturer, with the exception of the bottom closure disk '8, as in my other application.
What I claim as new is: x
1. A carton of the kind comprising a body formed of inner and outer cardboard shell portions telescoped and united with the inner portion projecting above the outer portion, a slip cover for the top projecting portion of the inner p0rti0n,one end of the body being closed by an end wall, a disk in the other end of the body containing a filling aperture, and a closure disk which is cemented over said disk with filling aperture when the box is filled, characterized by the innermost shell having a special finishing sheet which is applied to its outer sur-. face and extended over on the disk with is provided with sifter openings 11, temporarily closed opening disk 6, for the 7 ing aperture,
filling aperture to hold the same in place and to seal the joint.
2. A carton of the kind comprising a body formed of inner and outer cardboard shell portions telescoped and united with the and a closure disk which is having its own special finishingsheet which extends over said 3. A carton of the kind comprising a bod disk and seals the joint.-
formed of inner end outer cardboard shel portions telescoped and united with the inner portion projecting above the outer portion, a slip cover for the top projecting portion of the inner portion, one end of the body being closed by an end wall, a disk in the other end of the body containing a filling aperture, and a closure disk which is cemented over said disk with filling aperture when the box is filled, characterized by the inner portion of the body comprising two shells, the disk with filling aperture being-at the top of the innermost shell, and the closure disk having sifter openings therein. 1
4. A carton of the kind comprising a body 2 formed of inner and outer cardboard shell portions telescoped inner portion projecting above the outer portion, a slip cover for the top projecting portion of the inner portion, one end of the body being closed by an end wall, a disk in the other end of the body containing a filland a closure disk which is cemented over said disk with filling aper' ture when-the box is filled, characterized by the disk with filling aperture and the closure disk being at the top of the body and united with the and the closure disk being provided with a sitter.
WILLIAM G. llllENNlilN.
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|Classification aux États-Unis||222/565, 229/125.14, 229/923, 229/123.2, D09/905, 229/125.17, 229/125.33, 229/125.5, 229/121, 229/125.21, 229/122.2, D09/529|
|Classification coopérative||Y10S229/923, B65D47/185|