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US1136289A
US1136289A US80191713A US1913801917A US1136289A US 1136289 A US1136289 A US 1136289A US 80191713 A US80191713 A US 80191713A US 1913801917 A US1913801917 A US 1913801917A US 1136289 A US1136289 A US 1136289A
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  • Patented 'A r. 20, 1915 Patented 'A r. 20, 1915.
  • My invention relates to pen holders and more particularly to a device by which a pen may be readily removed from the holder.
  • the primary object of my invention is to provide an improved means thereon for removing a pen, thus preventing the fingers of the user from coming into contact with the pen point and becoming soiled While the pen is being removed.
  • Another object of my invention is to provide a means for positively removing a pen from the holder and simultaneously preventing longitudinal movement of the parts
  • a further object of my invention is to provide a device that is simple in construction, eflicient in operation and one that can be manufactured and placed upon the market at a minimum cost.
  • Figure 1 represents a perspective view of my invention.
  • Fig. 2 represents a side elevational view, partly in section, of my invention.
  • Fig. 3 represents a transverse, sectional View of my invention taken on line 33 of Fig. 2.
  • Fig. 4 is a transverse, sectional view on line 44.
  • the holder 1 is held in one hand (not shown) and the roughened end of the sleeve is clamped by the thumb and index finger of the other hand (not shown), and the sleeve is turned to the left until the finger operating in the groove, lifts the pen from its seat.
  • all that is necessary is to place the pen in the end of the holder when the graduation marks 13 on the holder and shank are in alinement with each other, and turn the sleeve slightly to the right until the pen is securely locked in the position shown in Fig. 3.
  • a device of the character described comprising a shank forming a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably associated with said shank, and common means for preventing longitudinal movement of said pen grip upon said shank and for positively removing the pen from said seat when said pen grip is rotated.
  • a device of the character described comprising a shank provided with a pen seat, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, and common means for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for positively removing the pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated.
  • a device of the character described including a shank provided with a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably mounted upon the shank and about the seat, said pen grip, provided with a slot, and ejecting means associated withthe grip for removing the pen from the seat through the slot when the sleeve is rotated.
  • a device of the character described including a shank provided with a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably mounted upon the shank and about the seat, said pen grip provided 'with aslot, and ejecting means associated with the grip for removing the pen from the seat through the slot when the sleeve is rotated, said ejecting means being associated with the shank for preventing vertical movement of the pen grip onthe shank.
  • a device of the character described including a shank forming a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably associated with the shank about the seat, said pen grip being provided with a slot, and an ejecting tongue formed integral with the grip and projecting inwardly from said slot. into engagement with said shank for positively removing a pen from the side through the slot and for preventing vertical movement of the grip on the shank when the grip is rotated.
  • a device of the character described comprising a shank, a collar upon the inner end of said shank, said shank provided with a pen seat upon its outer end, an annular groove upon said shank, said groove intersecting said seat approximately intermediate 1 its ends, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, the lower end of said sleeve being enlarged and roughened, the lower edge of said sleeve bearing against said collar, said sleeve provided with a cut out portion upon its outer end, and common means formed upon said cut-out portion operating in said groove for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for positively removing a pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated.
  • a device of the character described comprising a shank, a collar upon the inner end of said shank, said shank provided with a pen seat upon its outer end, an annular groove upon said shank, said groove intersecting said seat approximately intermediate its ends, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, the lower end of said sleeve being enlarged and roughened, the lower edge of said sleeve bearing against said collar, said sleeve provided with a cut out portion upon its outer end, an arcuately and inwardly curved finger formed upon one of the side edges of said cut out portion, the extreme inner end of said finger being beveled and operating in said groove for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for causing the positive removal of a pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated.

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R. W. STUCKEY.
PENHOLDER.
APPLICATION FILED NOV. 19, ms.
Patented 'A r. 20, 1915.
Mom/1 60., PHOTO-LITHOV. WASHINGTON. D. C.
ROBERT W. STUGKEY, OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
PENI-IOLDER.
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Application filed November 19, 1913.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, ROBERT W. STUoKnY, a citizen of the United States, residing at Orlando, in the county of Orange and State of Florida, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Penholders, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to pen holders and more particularly to a device by which a pen may be readily removed from the holder.
The primary object of my invention is to provide an improved means thereon for removing a pen, thus preventing the fingers of the user from coming into contact with the pen point and becoming soiled While the pen is being removed.
Another object of my invention is to provide a means for positively removing a pen from the holder and simultaneously preventing longitudinal movement of the parts A further object of my invention is to provide a device that is simple in construction, eflicient in operation and one that can be manufactured and placed upon the market at a minimum cost.
Other objects as well as the nature, characteristic features and scope of my invention will be clear from thefollowing description taken in connection with the accompanying drawings.
In the drawings: Figure 1, represents a perspective view of my invention. Fig. 2, represents a side elevational view, partly in section, of my invention. Fig. 3, represents a transverse, sectional View of my invention taken on line 33 of Fig. 2. Fig. 4, is a transverse, sectional view on line 44.
Referring more particularly to the drawings in which similar reference numerals designate like or corresponding parts throughout the different views, the numeral 1, represents a handle or holder which has screw-threaded in the concentric chamber 2, in the outer enlarged end thereof, the reduced end 8, of a shank or stem 4, which is provided with an annular collar 5, positioned adjacent the reduced screw-threaded end 3, and bears against the outer edge of the handle 1. The outer end of the shank is provided with a pen-receiving seat 6, and further provided with an annular groove 7, which intersects the pen-receiving seat approximately intermediate its ends. Revolubly mounted upon the shank 4, is a sleeve 8, which has its inner end enlarged and roughened as at 9, so as to facilitate the Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Apr. 20 1915.
Serial No. 801,917.
an. arcuately curved and inwardly bent fin ger 11, which registers with and operates in the annular groove 7 in the shank. The eX- treme inner end ofthe finger is beveled as at 12 so as to facilitate positive removal of the pen from the seat when the sleeve rotates. In order to facilitate the insertion of a pen into the holder, I have provided the shank and sleeve with graduation marks 13 which, when the latter are in alinement, al-
low a pen to be inserted in the holder.
The operation of my device is as follows:
The holder 1, is held in one hand (not shown) and the roughened end of the sleeve is clamped by the thumb and index finger of the other hand (not shown), and the sleeve is turned to the left until the finger operating in the groove, lifts the pen from its seat. To replace the pen, all that is necessary is to place the pen in the end of the holder when the graduation marks 13 on the holder and shank are in alinement with each other, and turn the sleeve slightly to the right until the pen is securely locked in the position shown in Fig. 3.
It will be obvious to those skilled in the art to which this invention relates that modifications may be made in detail without departing from the spirit or scope of my in vention.
Having thus fully described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:
1. A device of the character described comprising a shank forming a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably associated with said shank, and common means for preventing longitudinal movement of said pen grip upon said shank and for positively removing the pen from said seat when said pen grip is rotated.
2. A device of the character described comprising a shank provided with a pen seat, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, and common means for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for positively removing the pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated. I
3. A device of the character described including a shank provided with a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably mounted upon the shank and about the seat, said pen grip, provided with a slot, and ejecting means associated withthe grip for removing the pen from the seat through the slot when the sleeve is rotated.
4. A device of the character described including a shank provided with a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably mounted upon the shank and about the seat, said pen grip provided 'with aslot, and ejecting means associated with the grip for removing the pen from the seat through the slot when the sleeve is rotated, said ejecting means being associated with the shank for preventing vertical movement of the pen grip onthe shank.
5. A device of the character described including a shank forming a pen seat, a pen grip rotatably associated with the shank about the seat, said pen grip being provided with a slot, and an ejecting tongue formed integral with the grip and projecting inwardly from said slot. into engagement with said shank for positively removing a pen from the side through the slot and for preventing vertical movement of the grip on the shank when the grip is rotated.
6. A device of the character described comprising a shank, a collar upon the inner end of said shank, said shank provided with a pen seat upon its outer end, an annular groove upon said shank, said groove intersecting said seat approximately intermediate 1 its ends, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, the lower end of said sleeve being enlarged and roughened, the lower edge of said sleeve bearing against said collar, said sleeve provided with a cut out portion upon its outer end, and common means formed upon said cut-out portion operating in said groove for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for positively removing a pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated.
7. A device of the character described comprising a shank, a collar upon the inner end of said shank, said shank provided with a pen seat upon its outer end, an annular groove upon said shank, said groove intersecting said seat approximately intermediate its ends, a sleeve rotatably mounted upon said shank, the lower end of said sleeve being enlarged and roughened, the lower edge of said sleeve bearing against said collar, said sleeve provided with a cut out portion upon its outer end, an arcuately and inwardly curved finger formed upon one of the side edges of said cut out portion, the extreme inner end of said finger being beveled and operating in said groove for preventing longitudinal movement of said sleeve upon said shank and for causing the positive removal of a pen from said seat when said sleeve is rotated.
In testimony whereof I aflix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
ROBERT \V. STUCKEY.
lVitnesses J. K. CHAPMAN, M. A. SLoANE.
Copies: of this patent may be. obtained for five cents each, by addressing the. Commissioner of Patents,
Washington, D. G.
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