US1303531A - Combined blacking- container and dauber - Google Patents

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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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W. 0. ALBIG. con/mum) BLACKING CONTAINER AND DAUBER.

APPLICATION FILED MAY 26. 1916.

1 303,531, Patented May 13,. 1919;

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WILLIAM o. ALBIG, or ADRIAN, MICHIGAN.

ooivIBInEn BLAGKING ooirrnmnn AND nausea.

Application filed MayZG, 1916. Serial No. 100,011.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that 1, WILLIAM O. ALBIG, a citizen of the United States, residing at Adrian,county of Lenawee, State of Michigan, have invented a certain new and useful Improvement in Combined Blacking Containers and Daubers, and declare the following to be a full, clear,and exact description of the same, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it pertains to make and usethe same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, which form a part of this specification.

This invention. relates to an improvement in devices for applying blacking to shoes and its object is a combined polish orblacking container and dauber of an improved form as hereinafter described by means of which the blacking may be directly applied to the shoe from the container avoiding the soiling of the hands of the user. Another object is a device for applying blacking to boots or shoes thatis cleanly in use and of a form preventing a waste of the blacking.

With the ordinary metal boxes now in use for containing blacking the polish is usually first transferred to a cloth and from the cloth to the shoe. In the device herein disclosed the container is in the form of a collapsible tube and the blacking is in paste form adapted to. be forced through the end of the tube into a dauber secured to the discharge end thereof. The dauber is provided with a cap in order that the blacking in the dauber may not be exposed to atmosphere when not in use, and thus dried .out and further provides a closure or cover for the dauber enabling the device to be readily carried in a traveling bag without danger of soiling the material with which it may come in contact. These and other objects and the several novel features of the inventi'on are hereinafter more fully described and claimed and shown in the accompanying drawing in which Figure 1 is a perspective view of my improved form of paste container and dauber and the cap therefor.

Fig. 2 is an elevation of the device showing the dauber and cover in section.

Fig. 3 is a similar view showing the dauberas arranged for use.

Similar characters refer to similar parts throughout the drawing and specification.

The blacking to be used for this device is of the consistency of a paste, and the body Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May is, 1919.

of the container, as indicated at 1,. is in the form. ofa tube similar to that now used in a container for tooth paste, soap paste and the like. The discharge end of the tube is preferably formed by casting the lead of which the tube is made to 'form a flat face 2 I having the discharge openin 3. The flat face 2? is formed with a clrcumferential flange 4: beveled on its upper edge at 11. A dauber 5, preferably of lambs wool is secured to the flatface 2 either by gluing the and preferably slightly less in diameter than thediameter of the flange 4 on the face 2- This cover member is provided with screw threads 8, and is movable longitudinally of the dauber and tube. A cap member 9 for the member 6 is provided and adapted to be threaded on the member as indicated in Fig. 2; By this arrangement the dauber is sufliciently protected from atmosphere to prevent the drying out of the paste in the lambs wool in the intervals between the ordinary use thereof and enables the device to be carried loosely in an ordinary traveling bagwithout dangerof soiling articles coming in contact therewith.

When it is desired to use the dauber the cap 9 is removed from the cover member and said cover member moved downwardly relative to the tube which exposes the lambs wool as indicated in Fig. 3. The leather portion of the lambs wool being slightly greater in diameter than the supporting face 2, and therefore contacting the member 6, the edge of the leather is engaged by the upper flange 7 of the cover member and forced down onto the beveled edge 11, which produces a sufficient pressure on the leather portion and flares the fiber of the wool outwardly over the edge of the cover as indicated in Fig. 3.

By collapsing the wall of the tube by pressure of the hand of the user a portion of the paste, as indicated at 10, in Fig. 3 is forced outwardly into the lambs wool whereupon the same maybe directly'ap'p'lied to the shoe, using the tube as a handle for the dauber. By working the dauber over the surface of the shoe practically allof the paste that is forced into the dauber may be worked onto the surface of the shoe leaving the dauber comparatively free of paste. 'T'l'leiS'hOe may then be polished in the ordinary manner with a brush or polishing cloth.

I After use thecover member may be drawn upwardly over the lambs wool as indicated tin-Fig. 2, the cap 9 placed thereon, and the device may' then-be handled without soiling the hands of the user. By the arrangement described a container for the paste becomes a handle for the dauber in applying the paste-Pto a -shoe, and by combining the dauber and container the dauber can not be misplaced.

From the foregoing description it becomes evidentthat the device is of a'simple nature, very handy, and is very eflicient and convenient in operation.

f Having thus briefly described my invention, its utility and modeof operation, what I-claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United'States is J 1. A device of "the character described comprising a collapsible tube for blacking provided --with an externally flanged discharge *end, a centrally apertured dauber mounted at the "discharge end, a'ring shaped cover member for the dauber having internal flanges at each end engaging overthe flanged portion of the tube "preventing removal of the ring from the tube, said cover member being adapted to bemoved longitu- 'dinally of the tube to cover or uncover the sides of the dauber, and a cap for the said dauber.

2. In a device of the character described, a container for shoe blacking consisting of a collapsible tube having a substantially flat faced centrally apertured discharge end, a daubermember having a flexible base cemented to thesaid flat face and having an aperture registering with the aperture therem, a cylindrical open ended cover member adapted to be moved longitudinally sled on the outer edge thereof, a dauber m'embe'r conslstmg of lambs wool having a leather backing, said backing projecting over the bevel on the flat face, 'a ring shaped cover-member for the dauber engaging the projecting edge of the said backing and being movableto cover or expose the sides of the dauber, movement of the cover to expose the dauber tending to flare the wool fibers over the end of the'cover member, and a cap adapted to be secured to the cover member.

4. A combined blacking container and dauber comprising a collapsible tube providing a handle, a dauber member secured to the discharge end thereof into which blacking may be delivered into the tube, said dauber having a flexible backing free to be flexed about the periphery thereof, and a cover member for the dauber capable of 1011- gitudinal movement on the tube and adapted to engage the free edge of the said backing when moved to expose the d'aubersubstantially as and for the purpose described.

5. A combined blacking container and dauber comprising a collapsible tube provided with a flangeddischarge end, a dauber having a flexible backing secured to the said end, said-flanged portion being cut away heneath the edge of said backing, a cover member maintained in relation to the tube by the said flange and capable of longitudinal movement to engage the said backing and press the same over the cut away portion of said flange.

In testimony whereof, I sign this specification.

WILLIAM O. ALBIG.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, addressingthe Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. G.

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US20020127046A1 (en) * 2001-02-13 2002-09-12 Gueret Jean-Louis H. Applicator assembly, system and method
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