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US1562292A
US1562292A US725942A US72594224A US1562292A US 1562292 A US1562292 A US 1562292A US 725942 A US725942 A US 725942A US 72594224 A US72594224 A US 72594224A US 1562292 A US1562292 A US 1562292A
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  • HAMILTON DUDLEY COLEMAN or BILOXI, ivnssissrrrx.
  • Figure 1 is a side elevation of an improved holder constructed according to the I present invention with the pencil in operat1ve wrlting position.
  • Figure 2 is a slmilar view showing the pencil embraced within the otherend of the holder when not inuse.
  • Figure 3 1s a longitudinal centralsectlon through the device in the writing condition
  • Figure 4 is a perspective view of the holder apart from the pencil. V
  • Figure5 is a section taken on the line 5-5 in Figure 1, and
  • Figure 6 is a similar cross section taken on the line 66 in Figure 2.
  • FIG. 7 designates the holder which is Of' tubular or cylindrical form and made from heavy paper, metal or other appropriate material preferably of a light weight.
  • the diameter of the "tubular-holder is only slightly reater than the pencil it receives,
  • the pencil being of a short length such as is discarded at the present time and being pointed at both ends as indicated at'8 and?) and having a rubber band 10 encircling the central or intermediate portion thereof.
  • the holder is split at bothends and at one end is provided with the slots 11 which are diametrically opposite one another and extend longitudinally of the holder. These I slots are narrow with substantially parallel walls andextend into the holder a substan 'tially lesser distance thanthe opposite and similar slots 12 in the other end of the holder.
  • The'slots in both ends'of the holder also two in number and arrangedfldijametrically opposite one another although turned an angulardistance of 90 degrees from the slots 11 inth'e opposite end of the holder so that the holder is not unduly weakened in a longitui 'open out upon the ends and the slots 1213111 dinal. direction.
  • the slots12 are preferably of slightly wedge shape and are considerably longer as compared with the slots 11 so as to entirely receive'the double pointed short length pencil within this end of the holder as shown in Figure 2.
  • the pencil Inthe use of the device the pencil normally occupies the posltion shown in Figure 2 in which the same is entirely encompassed within the walls of theholder and in this I position it is securely heldby the frictional contact of the rubber band 10 upon the in? terior' walls or the holder aided by the 're a silient clamping of the two sections of the 1 holder-to opposite side's'of the'slotsp
  • the pencil in this condition may be carried about without the usual danger incident to the projecting points of well sharpened pencils and this end of the holder isadapted to receive the pencil in either POSltlOl1.
  • the pencil is removed from the slotted end 12 of the holder by inserting one of thefingers and the thumb along the slots and shifting "the same outwardly toward the end of the pencil, the finger and thumb catching in-the rubber band affording a high adhesion,-.so'
  • The-combination one pencil holder consisting-of a tube made of resilient material-and provided at each end With slots running parallel to the axis of the tube, the

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Nov.17,1925. I 1,562,292
' H. D. COLEMAN PENCIL HOLDER Filed July 14, 1924 I .Eflzzziley 6010mm Patented Nov. 17, 1925.,
i emren STATES,"
HAMILTON DUDLEY COLEMAN, or BILOXI, ivnssissrrrx.
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Application filed. July 14, 1924. .Serial No. 725,942. 7 i
To all whom it may concern:
'Be it known that I, HAMILTON DUDLEY:
COLEMAN, a citizen of the-United States, residing at 13110211, in the county of Harrison and State of Mississippi, have invented oertain new and usefulImprovements in Pencil Holders; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full,'clear, and exact description of the'invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use. the same. I The object ofthe invention is'to provide an improved pencil holder combinedwith a pencil and eraser in which the eraser cooperates with the holder 'to maintain the pencil frictionally in either end thereof.
With the foregoing and other objects in view, the invention will be more fully described hereinafter, and will be more particularly pointed out in the claims appended hereto.
In the drawings, wherein, like symbols refer to like or corresponding parts throughout the several views :'V a
Figure 1 is a side elevation of an improved holder constructed according to the I present invention with the pencil in operat1ve wrlting position.
Figure 2 is a slmilar view showing the pencil embraced within the otherend of the holder when not inuse.
Figure 3 1s a longitudinal centralsectlon through the device in the writing condition;
Figure 4 is a perspective view of the holder apart from the pencil. V
Figure5 is a section taken on the line 5-5 in Figure 1, and
Figure 6 is a similar cross section taken on the line 66 in Figure 2.
Referring more particularly to the drawings 7 designates the holder which is Of' tubular or cylindrical form and made from heavy paper, metal or other appropriate material preferably of a light weight. The diameter of the "tubular-holder is only slightly reater than the pencil it receives,
the pencil being of a short length such as is discarded at the present time and being pointed at both ends as indicated at'8 and?) and having a rubber band 10 encircling the central or intermediate portion thereof.
The holder is split at bothends and at one end is provided with the slots 11 which are diametrically opposite one another and extend longitudinally of the holder. These I slots are narrow with substantially parallel walls andextend into the holder a substan 'tially lesser distance thanthe opposite and similar slots 12 in the other end of the holder. The'slots in both ends'of the holder also two in number and arrangedfldijametrically opposite one another although turned an angulardistance of 90 degrees from the slots 11 inth'e opposite end of the holder so that the holder is not unduly weakened in a longitui 'open out upon the ends and the slots 1213111 dinal. direction. The slots12 are preferably of slightly wedge shape and are considerably longer as compared with the slots 11 so as to entirely receive'the double pointed short length pencil within this end of the holder as shown in Figure 2.
Inthe use of the device the pencil normally occupies the posltion shown in Figure 2 in which the same is entirely encompassed within the walls of theholder and in this I position it is securely heldby the frictional contact of the rubber band 10 upon the in? terior' walls or the holder aided by the 're a silient clamping of the two sections of the 1 holder-to opposite side's'of the'slotsp The pencil in this condition may be carried about without the usual danger incident to the projecting points of well sharpened pencils and this end of the holder isadapted to receive the pencil in either POSltlOl1. To utilize the implement for writing the pencil is removed from the slotted end 12 of the holder by inserting one of thefingers and the thumb along the slots and shifting "the same outwardly toward the end of the pencil, the finger and thumb catching in-the rubber band affording a high adhesion,-.so'
The holder is thereupon reversed and the pencil inserted in the slotted end 11 where it canonly be inserted :for a short distance causing one of the points 8 or 9, which ever" may be selected to. protrude beyond the holder. as shown inFigure 1. The rubber construction and design of theabove specifically described embodiment of this invention without departing from the spirit i00 band 10 fulfills the further function of an" thereof, such changes and modifications being restrictedonly by lowing claims I I What is claimed is:-,- 1. A pencil holdergcomprising aftubular the'scope of the folr holder having spli-t .ends"*witlr diametrically opposite slots extending aXially-ofthe' holder and through the ends thereof, the slots'at one than the slots in the other-end, and ashort length of pencil sharpened upon both ends having "a rubber band extending about the intermediate part thereof-and adapted to em gage frictionally with the Walls of the holder, said pencil adapted to' b e received Wholly Within the holder at the longer split end thereo'f; j I v z p I *2. The-combination one pencil holder consisting-of a tube made of resilient material-and provided at each end With slots running parallel to the axis of the tube, the
slots at one end being longer than those at the-other, and a short pencil provided with a rubber band and sharpened at one or both 7 ends and adapted to be Wholly masked With in the end of the holder provided with the longer slots, and toproject from theend of said holder, provided with the, shorter slots, when: mounted 1n said end, "substantially as and for the purposes described.-
HAMILTON DUDLEY COLEMAN.
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EP0013559A1 (en) * 1979-01-13 1980-07-23 Esselte Pendaflex Corporation Writing instrument
US6276854B1 (en) * 1998-12-17 2001-08-21 Eric Mullins Apparatus for holding a writing utensil
US20070048061A1 (en) * 2005-08-22 2007-03-01 Travers John F Kit for Providing Modular Grip and Writing Instrument Comprising Modular Grip

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
EP0013559A1 (en) * 1979-01-13 1980-07-23 Esselte Pendaflex Corporation Writing instrument
US6276854B1 (en) * 1998-12-17 2001-08-21 Eric Mullins Apparatus for holding a writing utensil
US20070048061A1 (en) * 2005-08-22 2007-03-01 Travers John F Kit for Providing Modular Grip and Writing Instrument Comprising Modular Grip

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