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US1104594A US84001714A US1914840017A US1104594A US 1104594 A US1104594 A US 1104594A US 84001714 A US84001714 A US 84001714A US 1914840017 A US1914840017 A US 1914840017A US 1104594 A US1104594 A US 1104594A
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  • ROBERT WOLTON WIGG 0F MIDDLE BRIGHTON, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
  • This invention relates to a certain improved non-refillable bottle and refers more especially to a valve attachment or device to be arranged within the neck of the bottle, to prevent the refilling thereof after having once been issued on the market being especially applicable for use with brandy, whisky, scent, sauce and the like.
  • the object of this invention is to provide a non-refillable bottle in which the various parts are made of glass, porcelain or other like material arranged in such manner that when inserted and fixed in place after the bottle has been filled a free flow is allowed for the liquid outward while the valve effectually prevents the inward flow of liquid.
  • a special valve device or attachment which comprises two partsa cup shaped valve which is seated upon a shoulder in the neck of the bottle and a guide or stopper which is fitted and cemented into the orifice of the bottle neck after the liquid has been filled therein and the valve placed in position.
  • the cup shaped valve has a downwardly projecting shank which fits into the neck of the bottle being slightly smaller than the same to allow the flow of liquid.
  • the valve cup is furnished with a central cone the angle of which is approximately the same as the walls of the valve.
  • This central cone projects into an annular guide piece on the stopper which is also tapered at about the same angle as the cone.
  • This downwardly projecting guide is adapted to bear against the angular faces of the cup shaped valve so that when the bottle is turned on its side these faces have a tendency to force the valve cup back against the seat in the neck of the bottle, sufficient movement only being allowed to permit of the liquid to flow outwardly.
  • the stopper which is cemented or otherwise fixed in the orifice of the bottle is furnished with a number of perforations which are adapted to allow the liquid to be withdrawn from the bottle, but are so arranged that they discharge into the valve cup so that at any attempt to force liquid into the bottle the pressure of the same will close the valve against the seat while any wires which may be inserted through the perforations are led into the cup and tampering is thereby prevented.
  • FIG. 1 is a vertical section of a bottle neck with the stopper and valve in position.
  • Fig. 2 is a plan view of the stopper, and Fig. 3 an under side view of same.
  • Fig. 4 is a plan of the cup shaped valve, and Fig. 5 a side elevation of the same.
  • A is the neck of the bottle B the cup shaped valve and C the stopper.
  • the cup shaped valve B is adapted to fit loosely in the neck of the bottle and bear on a seat A formed therein and is furnished with a central cone B which projects into the downwardly projecting guide piece 0 of the stopper C. It will be seen that the said cone B the inner wall B of the cup shaped valve B and the inner face 0 of the guide piece C are all formed approximately of the same angle so that when the bottle is turned on its side the angles tend to force the valve B back on its seat A.
  • the stopper C is furnished with a number of holes or perforations G G which are adapted to enable the liquid to be discharged from the bottle. The perforations C lead direct into the interior of the valve cup B so that the insertion of wire therethrough will have the effect of closing the valve.
  • perforations C may be provided which are formed at the edge with an annular bend so that wires cannot be inserted therethrough.
  • the said valve will be forced against the seat.
  • the angular or tapered walls of the valve and position of the holes or perforations G O" in the stopper prevent the insertion of a tool or instrument for gripping and holding the valve clear of its seat in order to force liquid into the bottle.
  • the edge of the said guide piece C is serrated as shown at C while the top portion of the said cu valve B is formed with grooves or serrations B and its outer wall with grooves B? to assist in the flow of liquid and furthermore the shank or stem B of the cup valve B is furnished with grooves or corrugations B.
  • the neck A may be extended for the reception of a cork as shown by dotted lines or a crimped metal St pper D of the well known crown pattern may be adopted.
  • An improved valve device for a nonrefillable bottle comprising a cup shaped valve seated upon a shoulder in the neck of the bottle havinga central cone and a stem projecting into the neck of the bottle and a stopper fitted or cemented into the orifice of the bottle neck having an annular guide piece with a central conical recess and perforations for the outflow of liquid the inner face of the said cup shaped valve the central cone and the said conic-a1 recess being of apwall, a stopper secured to the bottle neck above said valve and having a downwardly projecting guide piece, a recess in said guide piece corresponding in shape to the projection on the valve, and perforations through said stopper some of which are disposed around the outside of said guide piece and some of which lead into the recess therein.

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R. W. WIGG.
NON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE.
APPLICATION FILED MAY 21, 1914,
IL,14,594. Patented July 21, 1914.
MM 655 as THE NORRIS PETERS CO. FHOTO-LITHD., WASHINGTON. D C.
ROBERT WOLTON WIGG, 0F MIDDLE BRIGHTON, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
NON-BEEILLABLE BOTTLE.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented July 21, 191%.
Application filed May 21, 1914. Serial No. 840,017.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, Bonner NoLToN Wise, citizen of the Commonwealth of Australia, residing at 107 New street, Middle Brighton, in the State of Victoria, Commonwealth of Australia, accountant, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in an Improved Non-Refillable Bottle, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to a certain improved non-refillable bottle and refers more especially to a valve attachment or device to be arranged within the neck of the bottle, to prevent the refilling thereof after having once been issued on the market being especially applicable for use with brandy, whisky, scent, sauce and the like.
The object of this invention is to provide a non-refillable bottle in which the various parts are made of glass, porcelain or other like material arranged in such manner that when inserted and fixed in place after the bottle has been filled a free flow is allowed for the liquid outward while the valve effectually prevents the inward flow of liquid. I accomplish this object by a special valve device or attachment which comprises two partsa cup shaped valve which is seated upon a shoulder in the neck of the bottle and a guide or stopper which is fitted and cemented into the orifice of the bottle neck after the liquid has been filled therein and the valve placed in position. The cup shaped valve has a downwardly projecting shank which fits into the neck of the bottle being slightly smaller than the same to allow the flow of liquid. The valve cup is furnished with a central cone the angle of which is approximately the same as the walls of the valve. This central cone projects into an annular guide piece on the stopper which is also tapered at about the same angle as the cone. This downwardly projecting guide is adapted to bear against the angular faces of the cup shaped valve so that when the bottle is turned on its side these faces have a tendency to force the valve cup back against the seat in the neck of the bottle, sufficient movement only being allowed to permit of the liquid to flow outwardly. The stopper which is cemented or otherwise fixed in the orifice of the bottle is furnished with a number of perforations which are adapted to allow the liquid to be withdrawn from the bottle, but are so arranged that they discharge into the valve cup so that at any attempt to force liquid into the bottle the pressure of the same will close the valve against the seat while any wires which may be inserted through the perforations are led into the cup and tampering is thereby prevented.
This invention will now be more clearly understood by referring to the accompanying sheet of drawings in which- Figure 1 is a vertical section of a bottle neck with the stopper and valve in position. Fig. 2 is a plan view of the stopper, and Fig. 3 an under side view of same. Fig. 4 is a plan of the cup shaped valve, and Fig. 5 a side elevation of the same.
As shown in the drawings A is the neck of the bottle B the cup shaped valve and C the stopper.
The cup shaped valve B is adapted to fit loosely in the neck of the bottle and bear on a seat A formed therein and is furnished with a central cone B which projects into the downwardly projecting guide piece 0 of the stopper C. It will be seen that the said cone B the inner wall B of the cup shaped valve B and the inner face 0 of the guide piece C are all formed approximately of the same angle so that when the bottle is turned on its side the angles tend to force the valve B back on its seat A. The stopper C is furnished with a number of holes or perforations G G which are adapted to enable the liquid to be discharged from the bottle. The perforations C lead direct into the interior of the valve cup B so that the insertion of wire therethrough will have the effect of closing the valve. Other perforations C may be provided which are formed at the edge with an annular bend so that wires cannot be inserted therethrough. Thus upon any attempt to force liquid into the bottle, the said valve will be forced against the seat. The angular or tapered walls of the valve and position of the holes or perforations G O" in the stopper prevent the insertion of a tool or instrument for gripping and holding the valve clear of its seat in order to force liquid into the bottle.
In order to form a free passage between the bottom of the guide piece C of the stopper G and the inside of the cup shaped valve B the edge of the said guide piece C is serrated as shown at C while the top portion of the said cu valve B is formed with grooves or serrations B and its outer wall with grooves B? to assist in the flow of liquid and furthermore the shank or stem B of the cup valve B is furnished with grooves or corrugations B. For the purpose of stoppering the bottle the neck A may be extended for the reception of a cork as shown by dotted lines or a crimped metal St pper D of the well known crown pattern may be adopted.
I claiin- I. An improved valve device for a nonrefillable bottle comprising a cup shaped valve seated upon a shoulder in the neck of the bottle havinga central cone and a stem projecting into the neck of the bottle and a stopper fitted or cemented into the orifice of the bottle neck having an annular guide piece with a central conical recess and perforations for the outflow of liquid the inner face of the said cup shaped valve the central cone and the said conic-a1 recess being of apwall, a stopper secured to the bottle neck above said valve and having a downwardly projecting guide piece, a recess in said guide piece corresponding in shape to the projection on the valve, and perforations through said stopper some of which are disposed around the outside of said guide piece and some of which lead into the recess therein.
In testimony whereof I have athxed my signature in presence of two witnesses.
ROBERT WOLTON WIGG. Witnesses:
Chen A. HACK, GEO. CULLEN.
flop'ies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,
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