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US1378022A
US1378022A US359909A US35990920A US1378022A US 1378022 A US1378022 A US 1378022A US 359909 A US359909 A US 359909A US 35990920 A US35990920 A US 35990920A US 1378022 A US1378022 A US 1378022A
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    • G10DSTRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; WIND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; ACCORDIONS OR CONCERTINAS; PERCUSSION MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; AEOLIAN HARPS; SINGING-FLAME MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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A. LGIRARD.
TOY. APPLICATION FILED FEB l9| I920;
PatentedfMay 17, 1921.
2 SHEETS-SHEET I.
ANTOINELGIRARD INVENTOR.
"1,378,022. Patented May 17,1921.
2 SH EETSSHEET 2.
ANTOWE LGIRARD v INVENTOR.
A TT ORNE Y.
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To all whom it may concern: l. 2
Be it known that L ANTOINE L. GInARD,
' a citizen of the United'States of America,
and a resident of thetown of West Boylston, county of Worcester, and State of Massachusetts, have invented a new and-useful improvement inToys,'o1" which the follow- 'ihg 1s a specification, n
This invention relatesto lmprovements 1n horn.
One of the objects of my invention is to 7 provide a combination noise maker which will be inexpensive to manufacture, and simple and efficient in operation.
A further ob'ect of my invention is to devise a form or noise maker that shall be capable of making'fnot only 'the' noise, or soundof a whistle but the sound of a horn as well. r
, A still further obj ect of my invention is to provide a noisemaker wherein there shallbe combined two whistles and a' horn both shall be arranged twojwhistles' of varying. p
itch and amplitude and in which there shall be located inthe mouthpiece a horn,
the whistles being mountedon a crosspiece.
The leading featureof my invention con sists 1n enhancing the value of anolsemaker by making it possible to obtain different sounds therefrom, and by enhancing v the sanitary value of thedevice inasmuch as the 'whistlesare not adapted to'be pl'aced directly in the mouth'of the operator.
. With the aboveand other objects'in view my invention consists in the arrangement,
combination, and details of construction dis:
closed in the drawings and specification,
the appended claims-" n I and then'more particularly pointed out in In the drawings wherein similar reference characters designate similar partsfthroughout lZ-l'lS'IGSPGClJlVB VIEWS,
tion, r
Fig. 2 is a side elevation thereof, Fig. 3 is a longitudinal sectional elevation thereof, I. I f
Fig. {l is a cross-section through the horn Y I r toy noise-"nakers and more particularly to. I improvements in acomblnation wh1stle and- Figure 1 is a top plan vlewof my inveni 1 I hollow portion of the/T connection] r l ca ed fin-thetubular'portion wliichi adapt'edtoib'e i Specificationof LettrsPatentf I Plgit nt -Appliicatio n fileclFebruary 19, 1920. Serial No. 359,909 j Fig. 5 represents two'views atright, angles to each other, one I view in end elevat on,
form of my invention,
fied form, I
- .Fig-.-l0 is a s de'elevation and in plan and the other g Fig. 11' is aperspective viewgof Figs.
and 10.
Referring to' the "drawings which are merely illustrative of my invention 1 designates the tubular portion of"a horn'which may taper from 1ar 'e atit outerend to small at its inner end; "A 'crosfs-piece or T is formed integrallylupon or otherwise connected atright angles upon the end of; the tubular portion 1 of the-hormfand this. extends preferably th'e same' distance from the tubular portion' l as acenteror axis. "A pair-of 't1n or other metallicor paper whis- V 'tles are arranged to be; connected :to the opposite ends ofthis cross piece or T, Each "of. these whistles is shapedjin exactly fthe same manner, and is madefpreferably' of Whistle furthermfim 'cempcsed i wojse- 01133-10116 o Whichproj'ects into the tubula T 2 and h t e f iehirr i'ects th Each whistle "has-two concentric beyond.
ing the whistles.
One of the w :pressed metalso shaped and positioned that "they will fit theopen ends of the T 2. Eachl V histles designated :the other whistle is designated'Bj 3 idesig-f nates-th'e outer section of one whistlei and-o the inner, or other-section thereof. designates the outer section of theother whistle As shown in Fig. 1,:themouthpiece7 is made of woodaor' similar material- -,while Gdesighates the otherlsectionthereof. i
tubular portion tapers in"thef' direction fof the mouthpiece, lwhileits 'largerfend di frectly connected-t0 the T connection as at I (1,-ycommunicating in this mannenwith the A I The 'metallichornpfiap or reedf8 is flexibly offset against .the impactofgair V ,While the other whistle may be made torespond-against an unusually strong inspirathecair is thus blown because it is necessary to strain this flap by blowing air dlrectlyv against this flap in the direction of the T aroundthe tubular portion'of the horn, the
hollow portion of this. mouthpiece being designated '7 as illustrated in Fig. 3. It will be understood that the flap 8-v1rtually covers entrance of foreign matter into the tube 1 of v the horn.
. The-entire appearance and arrangement of the noise maker is that of a strong yet light attractive T-shaped body. lVhenpit is desired to use this noiseinaker, the user will place the mouthpiece of the same between his lips-and blowinto the same and in this manner will sound the reed of the born as is true with any horn blownin the same'manner. By,inspi ring theair through the whis- V it through the cross-piece thereon, whistles tle ends of the crosspiece of this noisemaker and out through the mouthpiece, into the operators mouth either or both -whistles may besounded. One whistle may be designed to respond against slight air inspiration,
" tion, etc., theairn being at all-times to obtam, three distinct-sounds or noises, two
"whistles and one horn. blown out of the mouthpiece in tain the very best results. I, There isshown in Fig. 6 a modification-of The air maybe ,a horn and whistle, .as in this case the horn ,and whistle'are formed in one piece, 11 designates the wooden mouthpiece and coversth'ehorn'flap or reed 15-located in the tube .12-of the horn, a band or'tape of red, white and blue'is preferably wound'upon thistube 40.
.ltformedtherein through which air throughout its length.- A single whistle devicemade of two sections is secured at the outer end'of this: tube and has the air hole may be forcibly blown. A stillfu'rther modification of my inven- 1 bodyp'roj'ects at right angles to form. a hip ple which projects into the pocket 16- of the rubber suction bulb 15% clearly illustrated I lar portion 17 and-thetubular pocket 16 is in the figures aforesaid. The-nipple 23*is,
preferably made of thin metal-as is the tubu formed upontherubber bulbso as to have a press fit upon the nipple. By taking-holdof the rubber bag 15 and squeezingthe same- .a1r may-be forcibly ejected out of the tubularportion 17 so as to emerge through the two oppositely arrangedwhistles 18 and 19 V and sound the horn as hereinbefore set forth.
'Both forms of my invention are practical eflicient devices and .will produce desirable noises from one'and the same instrumentq Numerous changesmay beniade n prac- .tosaid tubular piece of metal, r A noisemaker formed with a cross piece V T -shaped in configuration, the long tube-of order to ob- "of tubularmeta'l, one part of which extends at right angles with respect to the other, and a horn carried by said tubular member and a whistle carried by said right angularly projecting member.
. 2. A noisemakerformed of a "piecefof tubular sheet metal, another tubular piece of Inetal extending as a Tincommunication with said tubular, sheet metal, a pair of whlstles arranged at the opposite ends Ofl piece secured said T connection, and a mouth said noisemaker receiving air, and expelling desire to protect by 'tice without departingin principle from the T carried by said cross-piece therein, and a mouthpiece. secured upon said long tube.
1.4. A device as described consisting 0f-a tubular stem, a tubular, cross-piece connected.
thereupon and extending an equal distance from opposite sides of said stem,.a whistle located in each end of said tubular crosspiecej, and-a mouthpiecesecured upon said stemand having its tubularportionprojecting therebeyond.
5. In combinatioma tubular stem having a tubularcross-piece formed thereupon, apair 'ofwlnstles carried n th'e OPPOSltfiGllClS of rsaid cross-piece, and a mouthpiece secured upon the inner end of said'tubular stem, the mouthpiecetherein Y r I 1 c. 111 combination a tubular stem provided with a tubular eross-piece, a pair of whistles v located withinsaid cross-piece at outer ends thereof, a horn valve secured at theopposite end of said tubn-lar stem, and a wooden mouthpiece secured-upon said tubular stem,
carrying. j" a horn concealed the. whistles having holesarranged "concentrically and bemg also in. alinement, said valve being locjatedso as to sound: said horn only when a blastis blown into said mouthpiece.
- 7, A noisel maker' consisting of ahorn, and
whistles connected at either side of said 'horn, and'a common mouthpiece carried by saidhorn through which air may pass to operate said horn and said whistles, said horn being sounded by blowing air into said mouthpiece and-said whistles by blowing air out of said mouthpiece. p f V In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and -aflixed my seal this 18th day of February, 1920.
Attestedf WILLIAME. BAFE,
A. Lours BELOTTI,
VANIQ E i -"G RARD fe- -i i
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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2519324A (en) * 1947-09-25 1950-08-15 Sun Rubber Co Two-piece rubber whistle for toys
US3002318A (en) * 1960-03-21 1961-10-03 Marx & Co Louis Toy

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2519324A (en) * 1947-09-25 1950-08-15 Sun Rubber Co Two-piece rubber whistle for toys
US3002318A (en) * 1960-03-21 1961-10-03 Marx & Co Louis Toy

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