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US1109398A
US1109398A US76942713A US1913769427A US1109398A US 1109398 A US1109398 A US 1109398A US 76942713 A US76942713 A US 76942713A US 1913769427 A US1913769427 A US 1913769427A US 1109398 A US1109398 A US 1109398A
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G. H. BUTLER & M. P. MILLER.
EYE SHADE.
APPLICATION FILED MAY 23, 1913.
1,109,398 Patented Sept. 1, 1914.
ammmto'c wi/tmwow THE NORRIS PETERS CO. IPHOTU-LITHO, WASHINGTON. u. C,
,; [o ARLE's H. BUrLE-RiAN raRrnir, Mitten, oFQDENVER, COLORADO." f a E E-S Specifi cathn or may. Patent. f .V fatented .Be it known that we, CHARLES and M'ARTINTP. fMrrnnmycitizens {of the 1 Our inventlon relates tofimprovem'ents 1n have invented certain new provements in Eye-Shades; andwe do deslam the following exact description elf-the inventlon, such as United"S tates, "residing infthe city and county of Denver and State of Colorado,
i andluseful Imto be a full, clear, 1 and- Will enable others skilled in the art towhich eye-shades, being 1 I a f device particularly adapted for use infviewingmovingfpictures,
where'the glare of the'lightan the mot on' of'rthe pictures irritates the? yes.
eople' are unable; to 'view v mo m'g pictures, 1
at least without considerable annoyance; i be- ,cause' of the difficulty heretofore stated;
' placed toward the I use. Mounted. within'this hooci=or casm 1s hood or casing,'open at v erably larger 1 at; one f extremity 'than the "-Ourobject is to provide a "de-ViQada'pted to overcome'thisdiflicultyand which at thej same time shall be 'simplef V111 construction and economical n cost,-an'd toth s endthe device COIlSlStS, generally 3 sp'eak other, the smaller extremity being that face when the device is inj apiece of transparent; material oritwo pieces of any such "material' o fany desired characi ter orcolo'r' which may be welladapted to the eyes for the v-purpose'of softening the ligl 1 t.and 'nterfering with the glarefor*bril--' lia ncy which under ordinary f circumstances 1s- "so lnjurious tothe'e'yesi T 1 "illustrate l in he i'drawmgs, two pieces of material, preferably}celluloid, are eme ployed, these pieces ibeing inthe'formYof ing, 'thesaid plates having lips adaptedtobe L bent forthe 'purposehof securing themto geth'er for disk-holdingpurposesf Theflsaid disks which are supported between two.
plates,"'1oreferably composed; of thi'n sheet metahshaped to fit within the hood or'v Cas hands ofthe wearer j 7 Having briefly outlined our improved Con st'ruction we will proceed to describe'same H in detail, reference being made tothe" ac'com L of fi ii U r I v bothendsandwp ef disk-holding plates v a V mg the two. plates'w th the "celluloi'd or-other fpiec'esheld thereby, the plates being con, nected in the assembled relationfor retain-. ing the disks i'n lplace.
* The same reference character thesame parts n'allthe Views. I
l Application'filedMay :i3,l913. seriainmeama plates are also provided with lipsadapted .to
pass through the material of which thehood or casing is composed and clinch on 'the outplates of tin 'or'ctherjsuitable, cheap material The disks may be composed of any transparent material of any desired color. e
Thedevice may, if'desired, be equipped with anelastic cord. or band, or non-elastic cords or strings'or a strap ofany desired kind, to facilitate'retaining it in place before the eyes without the aid of the hand or panying drawing in which illustrated an.
embodiment thereof.
In thisdrawlng Fig'ure 1 is an eleyation of our improved de ioeshow'n completeand equipped W1tll-' the elastic cord or band.
Fig. ,2*"isia"front View of thesame, -.or a.
fyiew looking, in the direction of arrow 2,
Fig.1. Fig. '3 is a detail view ofon'e of the i ta'ken'on theline5 5, Fig. 41';
S-in'dicate the nume a 5 d signate the. hoflodfy casing of our im'proved device, which may lbe formed o'fa' single piece of cardboard or other suitable material which is proper form, preferably having 3 shape or ;outlineof an opera glass. I This hood is open both extremities, its smaller bent 'to the the general extremity being in front where it is proidedwith' a" notch or recess 6, adapted to or, approximately fit the nose j of the Fig; 51s a section- .Wearer when the hood is placed. in front 1 of the eyes. This piece of material of which ::the hood iseomposed has its eitremities overlapped, as shown at 7, the two overcuring them together and maintaining the disks 9 in place. As illustrated in the draw ing, eaclnoi. these platesie provided, with two lips 12', the lips of each plateg'being bent to overlaptheother plate in retaining relation, as .best illnstrated in Fig. Each plate is also provided with a number of other lips 13', whichare adapted to pierce the fabric of the hood andclench onthe outside,- forthe purpose of securing the disk holding deViceplace within the hood and also to maintain the latter in the proper form, as illustrated in Figs .-,1-and 2.. Eachof the plates l-Ois-provided at one-end with aperforated lug or projection 14:, these perforated parts being oppositel -y arranged on the two plates and adapted to pass through slits in the hood, whereby they form means for connecting an elastic cordor band 15, or any other suitablejfastening means, as
, non elasticcords or straps, with the hood otthedevice, a H 1 It is evident thatthe construction of the hood, as well as the manner o f'supporting or securing the transparent disks therein, may be greatly varied. -gHence the invention-is not li-m ited'to' any specific construc tionof thesefeatures, ex'cept as defined by theappendedclaimsi; 7 Q
I The function of the'elasti c cord or band or otherfastenin g deviceis to pass around the head'of the wearer for thepurpose- Ioii retaining the eye-shade injplac'e withoutthe assistanceof the hands-of the wearer; i While our improved device has been more viewing moving pictures, it is evident that it may be advantageously employed wherever there is a strong light or whereverthe illumination is 'sufiicien-tl-y brilliant'to interfere with the eye-sightor render the View disagreeable, y v
Attention is called to the fact that "the lips 130i the plates 10 serve not only tomaintain the transparent disks .orpieces within the casing, but also maintain thierlat-- ter in;v the proper form when once it is bent the plates 10, which extremities and reduced intermediate, said extremities. -As the= ,hood-or casing, will proper place. lips 13 perform a double function.
Wk claim.
' prising avacooperating means; comprising two; cooperating casing, transparent disks, retaining 5 said plates also, having ti ons which also protrude through the fiabric ofthe. hood, and JFastening means connected I with the said projections for the purpose-set into shape or to conform togthe shape of g r i are" enlargedat their ;casing,, :curi-ng;
preferably be composed of cardboard, or some other suitable or similar material, which must be bent into shape at the time it is appliedto theplates 10, when the lips 13 are passed through the said material and clenched on the outside, theywill maintain the form of the hood as well as retain the plates 10 and the disks carried thereby in i It will thus be seen that the 1. As" an improved article of manufacture, an eye-shadevcomprlslng a casing, made of one piece and open at both ends and a piece of transparent material: supported in the casing intermediate its extremities. ,v
, 2. An eye-shade,-comprisihg a casingg -a piece of transparent material, two plates lying adjacent the surface of; said; material between which the said material is held,and' means for securing the plates within the casing, and maintaining the" latter in: proper shape.
3-;Aneye-shade comprisingafhoodor caismg, pieces oi transparent material, and means including a plate for securing, said pieces within the, casing intermediate the extremities of, the latter, said plate I lying.
adjacent the transparent material for. the
purpose set fortln 4.; An eye-shade, comprising hood or casing, transparent-disks, means for securing said disks within the casingintermediate the extremities'of thelatter, said meanscom plates equipped witl means; ;for securing them to the casing, and maintaining the form ofthe latter, said platesfllyirrg adjacent the surfaces oat: the transparentdisks for the purpose set forth.
5-. .Aneye shade comprising, a hood. or casing, transparent pieces, and means 01" securing said! pieces within the casing intermediate; the" extremitiesof i the latter, said plates having flexible lips adapted to pass throughthecasing. and be bent on the outside thereof I for, clenching purposes.
especially described as adapted for use ii Aneye-s'hade, comprising a hood or betweeniwhic'h the disks are inter osed, the
heassembled rel ationg each plate perforated projee-- forth.- j j 7. An eye shadecomprisinga; hood or transparent pieces and means for se-' said" pieces with i! the casing inter-- plates mediate the extremities of the latter, said Within the structure being otherwise 'unob means including a platehaving flexible lips structed;
adapted to passthrough the casing and be- In testimony whereof We aifix our signa ing bent on the outside thereof for clenchtures in presence of two Witnesses. 5 m purposes.
d. As an improved article of manufacture,
an eye-shade comprising a casing made of one piece and open at both ends, and a piece Witnesses:
of transparent material supported in the A. J. OBRIEN, 10 casing intermediate its extremities, the space Y C. M. WAUDBY.
Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,
Washington, D. C.
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Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2545078A (en) * 1949-04-12 1951-03-13 Clyde E Gardner Eyeshield
US2680846A (en) * 1952-12-10 1954-06-15 Jack B Hirschmann Goggle
US2743448A (en) * 1954-02-01 1956-05-01 Hugo R Carlson Goggles toy
US2981957A (en) * 1958-12-15 1961-05-02 Jack B Hirschmann Welding goggle
US3081461A (en) * 1960-12-22 1963-03-19 Electric Storage Battery Co Goggles

Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2545078A (en) * 1949-04-12 1951-03-13 Clyde E Gardner Eyeshield
US2680846A (en) * 1952-12-10 1954-06-15 Jack B Hirschmann Goggle
US2743448A (en) * 1954-02-01 1956-05-01 Hugo R Carlson Goggles toy
US2981957A (en) * 1958-12-15 1961-05-02 Jack B Hirschmann Welding goggle
US3081461A (en) * 1960-12-22 1963-03-19 Electric Storage Battery Co Goggles

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