US1367346A - Fountain lettering-pen - Google Patents

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US1367346A
US1367346A US423021A US42302120A US1367346A US 1367346 A US1367346 A US 1367346A US 423021 A US423021 A US 423021A US 42302120 A US42302120 A US 42302120A US 1367346 A US1367346 A US 1367346A
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    • B43K17/00Continuously-adjustable nibs, e.g. for drawing-pens; Holders therefor
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  • My invention relates to improvements in lettering or marking pens, and is adapted to hold a quantity of ink so as to avoid the necessity of refilling during the drawing of a line.
  • the invention consists in the adaptation and arr: ngement of the parts as hereinafter fully set 'I'orth.
  • Figure l is a top plan View
  • Fig. 2 is a side View
  • Fig. 3 is a bottom plan View
  • Fig. st is a section on the line k4 of Fig. 1.
  • FIG. 5 is a pen having nibs 6 and 7 separated by an opening 8 between said nibs.
  • the pen is mounted in the usual way in a holder 9.
  • in ink holding means 10 is cut out oi" the upper side of the nibs 6 and 7 on each side of the opening 8 so that when the ink holding means 10 is filled with ink it will flow down through the opening 8 to the ends of the nibs 6 and 7, which are curved down wardly and terminate in semicircular beveled surfaces 11 and 12.
  • a thumb screw 13 having a knurled head 14. is mounted in a threaded bore 15 passing through said nibs 6 and 7, so as to vary the width of the opening 8 upon the adjustment or said thumb screw 13.
  • a body portion having two substantially rigid nibs with a slight opening between, said nibs terminating in a substantially circular beveled plane marking surface, an ink holding means formed in the upper side of said nibs on each side of said opening, and a thumb screw passing through said nibs at right angles to said opening adapted to vary the amount of said opening.
  • a lettering pen the combination of a body portion, two substantially rigid nibs terminating in a substantially circular beveled plane, means in said pen for holding ink, and means for adjusting the opening between said nibs.
  • a lettering pen the combination of a body portion, two substantially rigid nibs terminating in a substantially circular bew eled plane, means in said pen for holding ink, and means for adjusting the opening between said nibs consisting of a thumb screw.

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W. F. BARCH.
FQUNTAIN LETTERING PEN. APPLICATION FILED NOV. I0, 1920.
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Patented Feb. 1, 1921 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
WALTER F. BARCH, OF WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ASSIGNOR TO KEUFFEL & ESSER 00., F HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY, A CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY.
FOUNTAIN LETTERING-PEN.
Application filed November 10, 1920.
Y '0 all 2072 am it may coawcrn Be it known that I, WALTER F. BAROI-I, a citizen of the United States, residing at 511 10th St. N. W'., Washington, District oi? Columbia, have invented certain us and useiTul Improvements in Fountain Letteringlens, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to improvements in lettering or marking pens, and is adapted to hold a quantity of ink so as to avoid the necessity of refilling during the drawing of a line. The invention consists in the adaptation and arr: ngement of the parts as hereinafter fully set 'I'orth.
In the accompanying drawings Figure l is a top plan View; Fig. 2 is a side View; Fig. 3 is a bottom plan View; and Fig. st is a section on the line k4 of Fig. 1.
Referring to the drawings 5 is a pen having nibs 6 and 7 separated by an opening 8 between said nibs. The pen is mounted in the usual way in a holder 9.
in ink holding means 10 is cut out oi" the upper side of the nibs 6 and 7 on each side of the opening 8 so that when the ink holding means 10 is filled with ink it will flow down through the opening 8 to the ends of the nibs 6 and 7, which are curved down wardly and terminate in semicircular beveled surfaces 11 and 12.
A thumb screw 13 having a knurled head 14. is mounted in a threaded bore 15 passing through said nibs 6 and 7, so as to vary the width of the opening 8 upon the adjustment or said thumb screw 13.
In using the pen herein described, ink will Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Feb. 1, 1921..
Serial No. 423,021.
surfaces 11 and 12 of the nibs 6 and 7, thereby giving a line of uniform width with a continuous flow of: ink.
It will be :itpparent that the form of pen disclosed herein is so constructed that it can be easily and quickly cleaned without the necessity of taking the same apart.
I claim:
1. In a lettering pen the combination of two substantially rigid nibs having beveled termini forming a substantially circular writing surface, an ink holding means formed in the upper side of said nibs and means for varying the width of opening be tween said nibs.
2. In a lettering pen the combination oft a body portion having two substantially rigid nibs with a slight opening between, said nibs terminating in a substantially circular beveled plane marking surface, an ink holding means formed in the upper side of said nibs on each side of said opening, and a thumb screw passing through said nibs at right angles to said opening adapted to vary the amount of said opening.
3. In a lettering pen the combination of a body portion, two substantially rigid nibs terminating in a substantially circular beveled plane, means in said pen for holding ink, and means for adjusting the opening between said nibs.
i. In a lettering pen the combination of a body portion, two substantially rigid nibs terminating in a substantially circular bew eled plane, means in said pen for holding ink, and means for adjusting the opening between said nibs consisting of a thumb screw.
in testimony whereof I allix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
WAL'JER- F. BAR CH.
.Vitnesses JOHN H. Sreenns, DAVID R. WAGNER.
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WO2001060633A1 (en) * 2000-02-16 2001-08-23 Adtp - Association Departementale Pour Le Travail Protege Device for varying the width of a writing stroke for a fountain pen or any other writing implement provided with a nib and using ink

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
WO2001060633A1 (en) * 2000-02-16 2001-08-23 Adtp - Association Departementale Pour Le Travail Protege Device for varying the width of a writing stroke for a fountain pen or any other writing implement provided with a nib and using ink

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