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US1757008A
US1757008A US123973A US12397326A US1757008A US 1757008 A US1757008 A US 1757008A US 123973 A US123973 A US 123973A US 12397326 A US12397326 A US 12397326A US 1757008 A US1757008 A US 1757008A
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    • G07DHANDLING OF COINS OR VALUABLE PAPERS, e.g. TESTING, SORTING BY DENOMINATIONS, COUNTING, DISPENSING, CHANGING OR DEPOSITING
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3 1930- R. N DOBLE 1,757,008

COIN HOLDER Filed July 21 1926 Patented May 6 1930 I UNITED STATES RALPH N. DOBLE, or BAYSlDE, NEW YORK com Harman Application filed July 21, 1926. seriarnef aaetsi 1 i i This invention relates toia coin holder'or coin container.

The object of the invention is to provide a coin holder or container of novel, simple,

rugged and durable construction capable of r V holding a predetermined number of stacked coins and retaining them in stacked relation while permitting the coins to be visible.

A further object of the invention is to pro,-

vide a wire coin holder of a novel construction which may be economically manufactured, in which the coins are easily assembled, and which in addition may be used for all of the purposes for which paper coin wrappers are at present used. a

With this object in view, and such others as may hereinafter appear, the invention consists in the coin holder and in the structures, arrangements and combinations of parts illustrated' herein and hereinafter described.

In the drawingillustrating the preferred embodiment of theinvention, Figural is a perspective view of the coin holder holding a. stack of coins; Fig.2 is a perspective view of the blank from which the body portion of the coin holder is formed; Fig. 3 is a vertical sectiontaken on the line 3-3 of Fig. 1; Fig.

4 is a bottom plan view of thecoin holder shownin Fig. 1; Fig. 5 is a perspective view showing a modified form of coin holder holding a stack of coins; Fig. 6 is a bottom plan view of the coin holder shown in Fig. 5 {and Fig. 7 is a section taken on the line 7 7 of Fig. 6. 1 V p The preferred form ofcoinholder is formed from a single piece of relatively stiff wire whioh'is formed into an elongated rectangular loop such as shown at 10 in Fig. 2. The ends of the wireare bent inwardly at right angles as indicated at 12 and are retained in position by means of a bottom plate 14 whose opposite ends are bent about the central portions of the longersides of the loop in the manner illustrated. The loop 10 and bottom plate 14 when assembled in the form shown in Fig. 2 constitute a fiat, co mpact unit or blank which is adapted to be economically packed and shipped.

In Fig. 1 the blank above described is shown when bent into shape to form the imbottomjplate 14to form four parallellposts means of a loop-'82 totl e; a f- 2 cbmiebting 65 proved coin holder witlr afstack of coins-re: v tained therein. Informing the coinholder, theloop'lO is bent adjacent'theedges of the 16' "}18, 20. and 22 whicli'embrace' at: intervals of 90* the edges of the coins 24? which are stacked on thebotltom plate:1,4. In order to retain the coins'inthe holder; the-posts 1,65 18',

20 and 2'2a re bent inwardly near'their upper ends across the ipperlcoin of the stackyand a locking plate 26 is bent about the 1 shorter arms2 8 and3Q-"of the loo'p '10 to lockthe hold er securely about-thestackjof coins. The locking platesi26fis preferably secured by the postsz2U-and -22- andremovably secured by means ofa loop-34'itoithearm 3O connecting i the posts'16'and18.- This "construction al-v lowstheposts 1"6 an'd 18' 't'ofbe sprung'inwa'rdlfyso as to allowv thearrn -30ito*be-- snapped into or out offthe loop34 to'lockaa stack of coins in the-liQl'rlerIOor to-perhiitastack to be removed frem the holder; V

In Figs. 5, 6 and 7. an alternative ands'ome what" similar "form of' lcoin: holder is *illustrated. This holder is formed from two pieces of still wire 40 and42the central portions of which are preferably secured together across the top of a stack of coins 44 in the manner illustrated inxFig. 5, in which a hook 46 formed in the wire 40 engages a loop 48 in the wire 42. "The wires 40 and 42' are bent, in themanner illustrated, to form four posts 50, 52. 54 and 56 which embrace at intervals of 90 theedgesof the stack of coins.

In order to lock the coins in the holder a bottom plate 58' is provided in which is formed an annular recess 60 of semi-circular cross-section. Four circular openings 62 'arel'qo. formed'inithe outer portion of the wall of vthe recessGO at intervals of andthe lower portions 64 of the posts 50, 52, 54 and- 56 are bent radially inwardly at right angles 7 i and their ends .66inserted into these open ings to lock the holder about the stack of coins. These ends'66 of the wires are curved 1to fit theinside ofthe recess 60, as shown in r Fig.- 7, and when the four ends 66 of the wires are pushed through the openings 62 I00 they snap into the position shown and lock the holder firmly about the stack of coins;

While it is'prejfe'rred to embody the invention in theforms illustrated and described, it is to be understood that the invention may be embodied in other forms within the scope of the following claims; v I

Havingthus described the invention, what is claimed is i 1. A blank for a coinholder, comprising a single piece of wire bent to form anelon gated rectangle, the ends of said wire meet ing substantially midway of one of the longer sides of said rectangle, and a plate bent to join the opposite long sides 'offthe rectangle and also secure the meeting ends of the wire in juxtaposition. an- I -QsAcoin holder for a stack otcoins comprising a single piece of wire bentto kform '20 two frames of substantially U-shape spaced apart and arranged in substantially parallel planes, each frame having a bottommember and two side members, the upper portions of v theside members of said frames extending acrossthe top of the stack-of coins in a direction at substantially rightangles to the plane of the frames, a plate permanentlycom necting the bottom members of said frames V and: alocking plate pivotall yattached. to one c r of said upper portions, having loop adapted to releasablyengagethe upper portion ofthe opposite frame to secure the coin stackinsaidholder. I p v V blank for a coin holder, comprising a '3 singlepiece of Wire bent to. form an elongated rectangle, andfa plate bent to join the opposite long sidesofthe rectangle and positioned substantiallyKmidway of the longer sides thereof. V 40 A In testimony whereof I have signed my.

name tothis specification. y v RALPH.N. D OBLE.

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US5207612A (en) * 1991-09-05 1993-05-04 Graham Wollaston Coin bander
US20020147692A1 (en) * 2001-04-04 2002-10-10 Smith Michael J. Money tube and associated dispensing units

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US5207612A (en) * 1991-09-05 1993-05-04 Graham Wollaston Coin bander
US20020147692A1 (en) * 2001-04-04 2002-10-10 Smith Michael J. Money tube and associated dispensing units
US6966828B2 (en) * 2001-04-04 2005-11-22 Fire King International, Inc. Money tube and associated dispensing units

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