US1104042A - Cash-receptacle for coin-collectors. - Google Patents

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US1104042A
US1104042A US70096512A US1912700965A US1104042A US 1104042 A US1104042 A US 1104042A US 70096512 A US70096512 A US 70096512A US 1912700965 A US1912700965 A US 1912700965A US 1104042 A US1104042 A US 1104042A
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0. P. PORSBBRG. CASH REGEPTAGLE FOR 00m COLLECTORS,

APPLICATION FILED JUNE 1, 1912.

Patented July 21, 1914.

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0. P. PORSBERG. CASH RBGEPTACLE FOR 00m COLLECTORS.

APPLICATION FILED JUNBI, 1912. 1,104,042. Patented July 21, 1914 3 SHEBTSSHEET 2.

0. P. FORSBERG. CASH REGEPTACLE FOR com COLLECTORS.

. APPLICATION FILED JUNE 1, 1912.

1,1 04,042, Patented July 21, 1914.

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iinin straps are OSCAR F. FGRSIBERG, OF YONKERS, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOR TO' WESTERN ELECTRIC COMEANY, NEW YORK, N. Y., A CORPORATION OF ILLINOIS.

CASH-RECEEITACLE FOR COIN-COLLECTORS,

ioness.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented July 21, 1914.

Total/6 i072 a m-it may concern Be it known that I, OscAn F. FORSBERG, citizen of the United States, residing at Yonkers, in the county of Westchester and State of New'York, have invented a certain new and useful Improvement in Cash-Receptacles for' Coin-Collectors, of which the following is a full, clear,-cone1se, and exact description.

This invention relates to improvements in cash boxes, and has for its object to provide means for automatically closing the opening 1 for the receipt'of coins'when the cash box is use.

In the preferred form of the invention, the cash box is provided with an opening in its top,.beneath the coin deposit chute, for the receipt of coins. A pivoted closure is arranged to be placed in front of the opening when the cash box-is removed from its casing or receptacle, and to be removed from in front of the opening when the cash box is in place. Means are provided for locking the cash box in the receptacle until the closure coversthe coin-receiving opening, at which time the cash box may be removed. A locking device is also provided which prevents the coin-receiving opening from being inadvertently closed before the cash box is placed in position in the receptacle.

' In the drawings illustrating this invention-Figure 1 is a perspective view of the cash box in position, parts of the receptacle being broken away, and the door thereof being open; Figs 2, 3 and 4: are views of the mechanism in the top of the cash box, showing respectively, the relations of the parts when the closure'is locked in an intermediate position, completely removed from the coinreceiving opening, and in a position to unlock the cash box from the receptacle; Fig. 5 is a view of a part of the frame supporting :the cash box.

Referring to the drawings,'1 designates the receptacle for containing the cash box, 2 is a door therefor, and 3 is the cash box.

The cash box is supported within the recep--.

taclc by a frame 4, securely mounted upon the receptacle, engaging with the cover 5 of the cash box. Within the cover 5 are located the locking and closing mechanisms, consisting of a closure 6, pivotally supported at 7 and having pinion teeth 8, meshing with the rack teeth 9 of a sliding member 10. The relation of the closure 6 and the sliding member 10 is such that when the sliding member is in its rearmost position, the closure 6 is removed from in front of a coinreceiving opening 11, and when the sliding member 10 is in its extreme forward position the closure 6 is placed in front of the ,coinreceiving opening 11.

The sliding member 10 is provided with a downwardly projecting lug 12 arranged to be engaged by the tumblers 13 of a lock 14, which may be of any suitable form. The sliding member 10 is also provided with a hooked lug 15 arranged to lock with a lug 16 of a sliding member 17 and thus prevent the further withdrawal of the sliding member 10, except in the manner hereinafter de- \scribed.

The sliding member 17 is provided with a lug 18 which looks the cash box to the frame. 1 by entering a projection 19 through an opening 20 in the frame a, but which may be withdrawn from said opening as hereinafter described for releasing the cash box from the frame 4. The sliding member 17 is further provided with lugs 21 and 22 between which' is located the free end of aspring member 23 secured at the points 21 and When the cover of the cash box is inserted in the frame 1, the lug 18 engages the side of the frame and pushes the sliding member 17 against the tension ofthc spring 23 to take such a position that the lug 153 may move past the lug 16 without being ongaged thereby. With the cash box in its normal position in the reeept'acle,a ledge 26 of the lug 18 engages the edge of an opening 20 in the frame 4 and holds the lug 16 out of the path of the hooked lug 15 of the sliding member 10. In this condition the sliding member 10 may be withdrawn to close the opening 11 by means of the closure 6. A lug 27, also forming part of the sliding member 17, is located in a position to be struck by the closure 6 to withdraw the lug .18 from the opening I 20 against the pressure of the spring member 23, and thus release the cash box from the frame so that it may be Withdrawn from the receptacle r 1 is withilrr nn until lhe l1n1nihe inel 14; drop behind the ile'wnn ing :2 thus aeenreiy l el icing eriieil in the leek 1-1.

The (leer Q is eqninpeil. with n, niujei'rting ii u'eil llnili npen the closing of e h s." 38 enntnelis with :1 (lewn- I rlinn purl; of the Fliiling inein- 10, foreing ii; LO iis exirenie rear posie; lhe elnsnre 6 in he removed r irent of ii 1i.

'4 e11 lne Fillllllg: ineinher l? are s ii-il \viih respert $0 each [re the door 2 is CUU1- is the heri'he sliil- 1i i0 eeeeinpl' fhiqz iirrzr ninf luff: 17 mm ii further gnziril ne'ninnii alt-rive since the sliding -ilgezi er miherwise 'innrzihzii i he lug vi8 and stil he i-lesnre re inen" ztli i i if: eel

'ini'ing inrnilieir it'll The heinq' imieii in will ennee with the hevelerl por- 'lnrring Lne slining memihe ing '18 ii-0 enter the npen- "any ineims i'hs sliding meni- 1: leil from moving, the eontzn i; E27 wili pri' entthe inrther 1 of sliding member [0. In e rlnsure (3 will partially l1 and (in :ICCUHIli) of vrzitinn n5 {he {\PQfilfilililffi is are folinn wishine" to remove the ensh I 1 W .l y ie C. m 2 u; nnlnehen nee epenen. I he .l

i nnrtinn (if the :alirling ineniher X 10 ifhen give 1 is null forward, which move- 2 zneui; (iii the ,aiiiling n'ien'iher 10 rotates the (,l('rt 3li!(3 nhnut lhn pivnL thrnng'h (he "ihe rzrh' and ninien S, 9 .nnsing' 5 lie inure ni'rnsn the opening 11. ineinher i? is hehl hy i'he eu- "2n: he lug: iii wii'h iugli, ll: nnil iii (in nni; mull ills pawl 7, the vie-- 5 ilie h2g3 Qi", wring ihe her i? re withdraw the lug 18 entirely out of the npening 20. This withdrawal of the lug 18 lllilOvli-v' the cash hex from the frame at, and :1 further pull on {he projecting part 01 the sliding member 10 removes the cash hex Frein the reee njnele. As the closure 6 Si. is to remove the lug 19 from the opening 20, the ilon'nwnrill prejeriing hip; 12 of the sliding; member 10 pus: S the projections of the iIIHHhlQI'S 13 of lihe lnrl; 1.4, which dropping into phne behind i'he lug l2 prevent the return ef the 5lllliii;,f member 10 and the Wiilnlrun'el of the (insure (i. lihereim'e upon being rel nseil i i-inn the TFIRUHQ 4L, bhe 0: sh hex is securely i::l "e(l :Hnl lnekeii The nrener hey being inm .eii in the leek 14:, the ininhla 5 153 may he ri'itniecl. that the nrnj (filing ing 1;, refused, nllmving 'lhe inn'nril. mnvemeni vi the member iO in ennse the elnsnre (3 in he witlnlrmvn {rein i he opening 11 through {he agency of the rack :nul pinion teeth 8, 9. The ii'eirtei'iis of the ('n-Hh hox. may then be removed ihreng'h the opening 11. '3 repinee rhe cash hex, the

hey U180] in. ioek 1 is hurried to reieuse l'he iinnhlerf; n'hii'h hime'ver are unable ihe locking POHH'LOI. behind the 3 sinee the shrine" member ine sliding: ineniher 1.: min

7 mn i'hnl; the hnehed lugs and my a in ii'eil znnnnniof movement rinsing; of 1e win-rewiring um? lorl n5; the ineeimnismibe 'ilne the ush he is in i LlilOll in the Fee-en izule. When 'he ewe ash. he inseri'vrl in ihe ti'rmne ring lug iii? if; 'lnreeil in i0 sneh nn eXL-eui; illilil {he lugs 17 and ii; cannot eontnet n'ii'h eneh other. 'When the rash her; is phreeil in iii; nernnil nnsiiinn in the frznne i, the lug it? is uppeniie the opening 20 whieh allows the spring 23 to more the sliding member 17 entwuril in snr'h 21 position that the ledge contacts with the edge of the Opening lihe sliiling member 17 IHUVOF; so that the lug 18 still prnjeei through the opening 20 intethe projer n1 1%) si'iliieiently i0 leek the cash hex to the frame, but not far enough to nliow the interloel zing of lugs 15 ninl 1G. The Closing (if lhe (leer S2 muses the lug 98 L0 eeniluet wiih the nrejerliing (fill of the sliding inenihe' l0 movingit on its; exlareine rear pnsiiiinn unil removing the closure 6 eniirely from the opening ii. The 'flSll hex in this position is ready to reeeive coins iirnppeil into it ihreng'h (he nliening ii.

Vihiiii I chain; is:

1. The rmnhinniion wii'h 2r reeeptnel w nnri :1 (iom' therefor 0'? :i ennh hex :nlnpl'eil in he inwriief iherein l :1 'ing: n enin reeeirine: opening, 2i (lUF H'Q' ihereinr, nnuna i-wllf fl 'i in; npnn lhe inserlinn in Hniil hm; inr l e| inp; sniii hex wilhin eniii receptacle, and menus for marina: sniil I'iHSlIIQ to open and This nrevenis the closed position and through the instrumentality of said closure unlocking said box from said receptacle.

2.1n combination with a receptacle, a cash box adapted to be inserted therein having an openir for receiving coins, a closure therefor, means for actuating said closure, locking means for arresting said actuating means in an intermediate position, and means operable by said receptacle for unlocking said locking means. p 3. In combination with a receptacle, a frame, a cash box attachable to said frame and having a coin receiving opening therein, a closure therefor, means for, actuating said closure, means for arresting said actuating means in an intermediate position, a lock for retaining said closure in closed position, and means operable by said frame Ior at ng said arresting means.

4. 'nation with a receptacle and a door ti of frame, a cash box attachable 'to'said frame and having a coin receiving opening therein, means for looking said cash box to said frame, a closure for said opening, a lock for retaining said closure in closed position, means operable by said door for actuating said closure, and means operable by said closure for unlockin said cash box from said frame.

a. In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, of a frame, a cash box attachable to said frame and having a coinreeeiving opening therein, a closure for said coin-receiving opening, means for locking said cash box to said frame, means by which said cash box may be removed from said frame and operating said closure, a lock for retaining said closurein closed position, and means operated by said closure for unlocking said cash box from said frame.

(3, In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, of a cash box adapted to be ins rted herein having an opening for re ceirii ,5 coins, a pivoted closure therefor, a sliding member for ac 'ati; said closure, locking means for arresting said sliding number an intermediate position, and'a second sliding member operable by said receptacle for unlocking said locking means.

T. in combination with a receptacle and a door thercfm, of a cash box adapted to be inserted therein having a coin-receiving opening, a piwtcd closure therefor, means actuated by the insertion of said cash box for ioclrii said box within said receptacle,

a sliding- .uiemher operable by said door for removing said pivoted closure from said coin-receiving opening and operable to more said pivoted closure to closed position, a lock for arresting said closure in closed position, and a second sliding member operable by said pivoted closure for actuating said first n'icntioned. locking means,

8. In combination with a receptacle, a cash box having a cover with an opening therein, a locking device mounted in said cover and adapted to cooperate with said receptacle, a closure for said opening adapted when in closed position to holdsaid looking device in unlocked position, means for operating said closure, and a lock for retaining said closure in closed position.

' 9. In combination with a receptacle, a cash box having a cover with an opening therein, a locking device mounted in'said cover and adapted to cotiperate with said receptacle, a closure for said opening adapted when in closed position to hold said locking device in unlocked position, means for operating said closure, an interlocking connection between said locking device and said last mentioned means for preventing the closing of said closure when the cash box is not in said receptacle, and a lock for retaining said closure in closed position.

10. In combination with a receptacle, a cash box adapted to be inserted therein, hav-. ing an opening for receiving coins; a sliding member provided with rack teeth, a downwardly projecting lug, and a hooked lug; a lock for engaging said downwardly progecting lug; a pivoted closure for said coin receiving opening having pinion teeth for engaging with said rack teeth; a second sliding member; a lug thereon for engaging with the hooked lug on said first mentioned sliding member; a spring; lugs on said second mentioned sliding member for engaging said spring; a locking device for engaging with said receptacle; and a lug on said second mentioned sliding member arranged to be struck by said pivoted closure for unlocking said locking device and to coiipcrate with said hooked lug for locking said locking dcvice.

11.. In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, of a frame, a cash box attachable to said frame and having a coin receiving opening thcrcilna sliding member haviugrach teeth thereon and a hooked lug, a closure "for said coin receiving opening equipped with pinion teeth for engaging said rack teeth, a lock for retaining said closure in closed position, a second sliding member, a lug thereon for engaging the hooked lug on said first mentioned sliding member to limit its movement, and a second lug con-- tacting with. said frame for actuating said second n'ieutioned sliding member.

12. In combination with a receptacle and a door therefor, of a. frame having an opening therein, a cash box attachable thereto and having a coin receiving opening therein, a pivoted closure for said opening equipped with pinion teeth, a sliding mcn'iber having rack teeth for engaging said pinion teeth to actuate said pivoted closure, a lock for retaining said closure in closed position, a

.i A. 1 v I 1 rang'ml 10 b0 nswmsu u and pm; cu, sum i0 withdraw szufl sc mld lug from said openingand a1." ."anged to contact with the hooked 111;; on said first mentioned sliding :nmmbur to cause the second lug on said second mentioned slining member to enter the opening in said frame.

In witn' 5 \Wnarwf I, hereunto subscribe my mama {his 29th day of May, A, D 1912.

OSCAR F FGRSIERG Wm xcssesz 7 R, O. I-i'iNKLE, f D. M. GUTHE.

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US2426649A (en) * 1945-06-13 1947-09-02 Bell Telephone Labor Inc Coin collector
US2604259A (en) * 1949-02-02 1952-07-22 Miller Meters Inc Coin box for coin-operated machines
US2783937A (en) * 1951-07-11 1957-03-05 William L Hudson Removable bank mechanism for periodic coin collector
US3741464A (en) * 1971-07-23 1973-06-26 Apl Corp Cash box
US3773252A (en) * 1971-07-02 1973-11-20 Seeburg Corp Self-locking cash box

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2426649A (en) * 1945-06-13 1947-09-02 Bell Telephone Labor Inc Coin collector
US2604259A (en) * 1949-02-02 1952-07-22 Miller Meters Inc Coin box for coin-operated machines
US2783937A (en) * 1951-07-11 1957-03-05 William L Hudson Removable bank mechanism for periodic coin collector
US3773252A (en) * 1971-07-02 1973-11-20 Seeburg Corp Self-locking cash box
US3741464A (en) * 1971-07-23 1973-06-26 Apl Corp Cash box

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