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US1081424A
US1081424A US72006812A US1912720068A US1081424A US 1081424 A US1081424 A US 1081424A US 72006812 A US72006812 A US 72006812A US 1912720068 A US1912720068 A US 1912720068A US 1081424 A US1081424 A US 1081424A
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v s. 0. BOYD. MAGAZINE PENHOLDER.
APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 12,1912.
Patented D66. 16, 1913.
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Application filed. September 12, 1912.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, SAMUEL O. BOYD, a citizen of the United States, residing at Dongola, in the county of Union, State of Illinois, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Magazine-Penholders; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention has special reference to pen holders and more particularly to magazine pen holders of novel type having simple and novel means for supplying and holding a plurality of pen points and for ejecting the used pen points and supplying a new point with convenience and without gripping the pen point with the fingers.
The invention resides more particularly in a pen staff having a recess forming a reservoir for receiving a novel magazine for the pen points and a sleeve slidable on the staff and limited in its movement in either direction for freeing a used point and feeding a new pen point for use.
Vith the above and other objects in view, the invention consists of certain combinations and arrangements of parts as will be hereinafter more fully described, claimed, and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which:
Figure 1 is an elevation of my improved magazine pen holder. Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view thereof with the sleeve in position for holding a pen point, as when the device is in use. Fig. 3 is a similar view but showing the sleeve rearwardly displaced on the pen staff and with the used pen point being ejected and a new pen point supplied to the stock of the pen. Fig. 4 is a detail perspective view of a containing shuttle or magazine used with the device. Fig. 5 is a cross sectional view taken on the line 5-5 of Fig. 1. Fig. 6 is a detail perspective view of an ejector member used with the magazine shuttle.
As shown, the pen embodies a stafi or stock 10 the forward end of which is beveled and provided with a longitudinal recess 11 having side channels 12 for receiving the longitudinal edges of the pen points 13. This recess communicates with a rectangular recess or reservoir 14 formed Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Dec. 16,1913.
Serial No. 720,068.
in the stock in line with the recess to receive a magazine holder or shuttle 15. This shuttle is preferably formed of a section of sheet iaterial, preferably metal bent in rectangular form to provide open ends and oppositely inclined top portions 16 spaced apart to provide an intermediate slot for a purpose to be hereinafter made apparent.
Longitudinally slidable on the stock or staif 10 is a sleeve 17, the same extending over approximately one-half of the length of the same and provided with a depending finger or catch 18 extending inwardly to engage behind one of the plurality of pen points 13 mounted in the magazine holder with their pointed ends forward and their convexed sides upward, this catch being slidable in the intermediate slot of the holder so as to engage the upper pen point only. This engagement of the catch with the uppermost pen point is due to the fact that the pen points are held upwardly dis placed in the holder by means of an upwardly bowed leaf spring 19 which is supported on the bottom of the holder and has its extremities freely movable therein so asto normally raise a supporting member and plunger 21 therein. Thus the pen point will be disposed in position to permit the upper point to readily enter the recess 11 in the forward end of the stock. Adjacent its rear end, the stock is formed with a shoulder 22 which forms a stop to limit the rearward movement of the sleeve and when the sleeve is in this position the catch 18 will be at the rear end of the recess 14.
In the use of the device, the sleeve is shifted rearward in the manner last mentioned and the pens are inserted in the holder and the holder is then inserted in the recess 14. The sleeve is then forwardly shifted on the stock to cause the catch 18 to be engaged against the rear edge of the uppermost pen point, the catch being vertically movable for his purpose and also to permit rearward displacement of the sleeve on the stock. Continued forward displacement of the sleeve will supply one of the pen points to the recess 11 and when in proper position, the same is held and the sleeve rearwardly shifted to the position shown in Figs. 1 and 2 of the drawings. Now when it is desired to remove the old pen point and supply a new one, the sleeve is moved rearwardly and the old pen point is thereby freed, when the new pen point can be supplied in the above mentioned manner.
I claim:
1. In a magazine pen holder, a staff having a pen receiving recess and an adjacent magazine recess, a magazine holder comprising a single section of material bent to form a longitudinal slot, spring means engaged in the holder to force a plurality of pens toward the top thereof and a sleeve slidable 011 the stock and having a catch to engage the uppermost pen point and feed the same to the receiving recess.
2. In a magazine pen holder, a staff hav ing a pen receiving recess and an adjacent magazine recess, a magazine holder comprising a single section of metal bent to form a longitudinal slot, spring means engaged in the holder to force a plurality of pens toward the top thereof, a sleeve slidable on the stock and having a catch to engage the uppermost pen point and feed the same to the receiving recess, said sleeve being rearwardly movable on the stockto free an old pen point and means for limiting the movement of the sleeve in the last named direction.
3. A magazine pen holder embodying a staff having a pen recess and a rectangular magazine recess communicating therewith, a pen point holder fitted in the recess, said holder comprising a single section of sheet metal bent in substantially rectangular form t provide open ends and inclined top portions having an intermediate slot, a sleeve slidable on the staff, a catch movably carried near the rear end of the sleeve for feeding a pen to the first named recess by operating through the slot upon forward displacement of the sleeve and a spring pressed follower supported on the bottom of the holder for forcing the pen points to a feeding position.
4. A magazine pen holder embodying a staff having a pen recess and a rectangular magazine recess communicating therewith, a pen point holder fitted in the recess, said holder comprising a single section of sheet metal bent in substantially rectangular form to provide open ends and inclined top portions having an intermediate slot, a sleeve slidable on the staff, a catch movably carried near the rear end of the sleeve for feeding a pen to the first mentioned recess by operating through the slot upon forward displacement of the sleeve, a spring pressed follower supported on the bottom of the holder for forcing the pen points to a feed ing position, said sleeve being rearwardly displaceable on the staff by raising the catch and a shoulder for limiting such displacement of the sleeve.
In testimony whereof I aflix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
SAMUEL O. BOYD.
WVitnesses:
SIDNEY E. EDDLEMAN, EARL KARROKER.
Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, D. C.
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