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US1770618A
US1770618A US191205A US19120527A US1770618A US 1770618 A US1770618 A US 1770618A US 191205 A US191205 A US 191205A US 19120527 A US19120527 A US 19120527A US 1770618 A US1770618 A US 1770618A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • 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
    • B65D5/00Rigid or semi-rigid containers of polygonal cross-section, e.g. boxes, cartons or trays, formed by folding or erecting one or more blanks made of paper
    • B65D5/42Details of containers or of foldable or erectable container blanks
    • B65D5/44Integral, inserted or attached portions forming internal or external fittings not used, see subgroups
    • B65D5/52External stands or display elements for contents
    • B65D5/526Containers with means for displaying items at different heights
    • B65D5/5266Containers with means for displaying items at different heights in tiered or stepped relationship
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • 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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    • B65D5/52External stands or display elements for contents
    • B65D5/5253Containers initially closed but folded about a central axis to display the contents in two or more cells

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RUSSELL A. LAMBERT, or SPRINGFIELD, itassnonusnrrs, Ass -xenon 'ro BROOKS BANK NOTE COMPANY, a CORPORATION or nassaonusnrrs DISPLAY BOX Application filed May 13, 1527. Serial no; 191 205.

' This invention relates to an improved box, which is designed to serve, in the first instance, as a shipping container for merchandise and to thereafter be used by the merchant to display such merchandise on the counter. V

The invention, in some of its aspects, provides improvements in the display box disclosed in my copending application Serial No. 724,990, filed July 9, 1924. Some features of the invention, however, are capable of use in connection with other forms of display boxes and are not confined to the particular form disclosed in said application.

The display boxof said application, as well as that disclosed-hereinas one illustra-- tive embodiment of the present invention, is of that general type in which two box sections, each having one open end,-are hingedly' connected so that they may be swung from a position, wherein the 'twosections-lie one in continuation of the'other and'completely enclose the articles, to a position wherein one section lies in front of the other and permits the article's contained therein to be displayed in an attractive fashion. The arrangementis such that the bases of the two box sections, when moved to display position, lie in a common plane and afford a broad, flat, stable support, without necessitating easels, props and the like. The arrangement is also such that the back wall of the front box section box of said application. This arrangement enables one section-to beremoved anddiS' carded; when empty, leaving the other section serving as an independent unit and affording an attractive display box unmarred by an empty attached section, as in the case of my prior display box. There are also severalother. advantages of this construction which will later be set forth herein.

Another feature of the invention consists in the provision of means for holding these vent longitudinal separation of the two box units-and this invention is directed to simple means for overcoming the difficulty. This feature of the invention is equally applicable to other display boxes having open ends which abut and interfit to form al shipping container.

Anotherfeature of the invention consists in the provision of a flap which is connected to one box section and is adapted to be folded over upon and to extend across the base of the other box section and to be interlocked with the latter, whereby the two sections may be positively tied together when in display position. This flap functions independently of the box structure in the sense that it can be operated without opening the bottom closure flaps of the box, as was necessary in my prior ,1

display box. This feature of the invention is equally applicable to either the prior 1' the present type of box and is independent of whether or not the two box sections are interengaged separate units or are integrally connected units formed from a single blank.

Other features of the invention will appear in the following description and will be pointed out in the appended claims.

The invention will be disclosed with reference to the accompanying drawings, in

which I Fig. 1 is a front elevational view of the display box with the'sections thereof disposed in display position;

Fig. 2 is a sectional elevation taken on the line 2-2 of Fig. l;

3 is a fragmentary bottom plan view of Fig. 1-;

- its F ige. 4 and 5 are top and bottom plan views, respectively, of the box when the sections thereof are disposed in shipping position;

Fig. 6 is a sectional view taken on the line Figsfl, 8,9, 10 and 11 are small scale perspectme views illustrating the manner of using the displa box; and

' Ft 12 is a si e elevational view showing a to disp ay-box of the type disclosed in my prior zu closed lower end or base and an open 91? r a d- I he front wall 15 of section B is lower than itabaok wall 16 and is, or may be, cut away asgpt 1.7, the better to display the articles thexebehmd. The side walls 18 slope from g5 thgtop of the back wall down to the top of the wall but the upper ed es of the side wallsdo nbt necessarily have to be straight asshown. .Theside walls 18 are integral with so the back wall 16 and one of them is also iny with front wall 15. The other side wall 13 is joined to the front wall 15 by a flap 19. The bottom closure is of common form and comprises short inwardly ex- 35 tending side flaps 20 integral with and foldably connected one to the lower edge of each side wall and a flap 21 integral with and foldably nnected to the lower edge of front wall 15. p 21 has an n standing tab 22 adapt- 0 ed toiextend vertica ly upward and tightly fit between the back wall 15 and the back edges of aideflaps 20. The unit A is similarly constructed and its front'lback, side and bottom walls are desig- 23 24, and 26, respectively. It is to be noted that the front wall 23 is substan- 'tially equal in height to that of the back wall 16 and that the back wall 24 is higher than the front wall 23. The upper edges of side wells 25, as shown, are straight and sloping but they may be otherwise formed for the primary consideration is only to have the upper edges of side walls 25 abut with the corresponding edges of side walls 18 when the 5; sections are disposed in shipping position and w formpmouiplete enclosure for the articles.

The front wall 23 is preferably recessed as at 27, the better to display the goods therebehind and to make it easy to fill the boxor to no reniovb articles therefrom.

Th5 back walls 16 and 23 have parts 28 and 29, respectively which extend above the level of we upper edges of their respective walls. The extension 29 forms a display panel which niayme printed or lithographed with advertisin matter and the upper edge of which may be cut to an attractive contour. The ex tension 28 may also serve to some extent for display purposes, if desired. However, in the particular type of box disclosed, this extension is used primarily for another purpose which is clearly shown in Fig. 2. The extension 28 is foldable along the line 30 and is adapted to be folded backwardly and into parallel relation with back wall 16 and to extend down intothe box unit A, lying between the front wall 23 thereof and the front faces of the'articles C contained therein. The extension or flap 28 is thus frictionally held in place. Due to this connection and the line of fold 30, the box sections may be swung, the one relatively to the other from closed or ship.- ping position to open or display position in the same manner as disclosed in the aforesaid application.

The box is shown in closed or shipping position in Figs. 4 to 6. In such position the two units are disposed one in continuation of the other with their open ends in abutment to form a complete enclosure for the articles. It is to be noted that the extension 28 of box unit Bsfits within box unit A and that the diagonally o )posite extension 29 of box unit A fits within it unit B. When these two units are first assembled for shipping, the extension 28 has not been bent along line of fold 30 and it is consequently a stiff extension lying in the same plane as the wall 16, to which it is attached, in the same manner as is extension 29. There are then two independent box units each having a stiff flap extension upstanding from one ofits side walls. The flap of each box unit slides smoothly inside the other box unit when the two are brought into abutment. The two units are equally capable of 1 1" sliding longitudinally out of engagement unless some means are provided to prevent.

In Figs. 5 and 6, I show, by way of illustrative example, one means for preventing the difficulty 'ust alluded to. Such means consists of a flap 31, which is or may be an integral extension of the part 28 and preferab y connected thereto for folding about a line of fold 32. Flap 31 is adapted to extend along the outer face of front wall 23 of box A to the bottom edge thereof and is interlocked with such box by means of a tab 33 which enters a slot 34 formed in the tab 26' of the bottom closureflap 26 of box A. Thus,

the two boxes are tied together so as to prevent separation thereof in a longitudinal direction, while being ship ed. The flap 31, by reason of the interloc ring of its tab 33 with bottom closure flap 26, also serves to hold the latter securely in place during shipment. Other means, later to be described, serve to hold the bottom closure flap .26 of box A in place in a somewhat similar manner.

When the container is to be used for disin so far as such swinging movement is'cons cerned, and the flapis primarilynecessary to hold the boxes together during their ships ment. With the boxA standing on its base 26, and box B superposed thereon in inverted relation, as shown in Fig. 7, one grasps the box B and swings it downwardly as indicated in Fig. 8 about line of fold as anaxis until the two boxes occupy the relative positions shown in Fig. 9. The bases of the two boxes then lie in the same plane and the back wall-16 of box B lies in contiguous relation with the front wall 23 of box A as shownin Fig.2. In order to hold the parts in this relationship, a flap foldably connected to the lower edge of back wall 16 of boxB is provided. Flap 35, during shipment of the container, lies across the bottom closure flap 21 of box B, as indicated in dotted lines in Fig.3, and as clearly shown in Fig. 6, the flap is held in such position by a tab 36 which is at that time insertedin a slit 37 formed in the bottom closure flap 21 at its hinge line connection with the lower edge of front wall 15. Flap 35 then serves to hold flap 21 from opening during shipment of the container. hen the box I sections aremoved into display position, tab 36 is withdrawn'from slit 37 and flap 35 is folded backwardly across the bottom closure flap 26 of box A into the position shown by full lines in Fig. 3 and interlocked with box A by inserting the tab 35 in a slit 38. The latter is formed in bot toin closure flap 26 at its hinge line c0nnection with the lower edge; of back wall 24;

Thus, the two box sections may be tied together and held against swinging movement whilein displayposition and this is effected without in any way disturbing either ofthe bottom closure flaps21 or 26- as is necessary with my prior display box. The bottom closure flaps 21 and 26 in order to best serve their intended purpose must be tightly held in place and this makesit inconvenient to use either of themto do the work of flap 35. WVhile a skilled boxmaker will understand how to use flaps 21 or 26 for the locking function and can readily do what is necessary in order so to utilize them, the dealers who use these boxes are not so skillful and frequently do not understand what needs to be done even though proper directions are given on the box. If they do try to withdraw a bottom closure flap 21 or 26 theresult is often that the goodsslide out and cause. 7 the dealer no end of trouble. It is then 1m portant not todisturb thefiaps 21 or 26 in order to lock the boxes together andthe flap 35 overcomes all the difficultieswhich have been encountered heretofore. The flap 35 may 'itselfoarry the necessary printed directions on that side thereof which is visible when its tab 36 is inserted in slot 37, so that the operation necessary to interlock the two boxes. will be plainly apparent, As a matter. of :fact, the locationand arrangement of flap 35 are such that the purpose of it is plainly apparent even to those who cannot read.

This same idea of an additional flapfor locking the two sections of the .displaybox together may be applied to a box of the'type disclosed in the. aforesaid application, as has been indicated in Fig. 12. Here the two box units A and B are integral but connected to swing,-the one relatively to the other, about line 29 as an axis. A flap 35 on one box unit as A is adapted to underlie the base of the other box unit, as B and be interlocked therewith, as by a tab 36. According to some features of the invention, the locking flap, such as 35 or '35, is independent of whether the box units are integrally connected or are, separate units placed in and display relationship above described. 'Whenthe'parts occupydisplay position, as in Fig. 9, the box B contains one tier of articles, which may, however, comprise more than one row as shown. In the back box B are two tiers of articles and the articles of the upper tier are displayedat a level above those in box'A,'a fair part of the articles in the upper tier of the back boxbeing visible abox e the back wall '16 of box B; The front wall 15 of the latter is cut away, as at 17, to display as much as possible ofthe articles contained in box B. As the articles are sold off, the front box B eventually becomes empty. To leave the empty box B in front of box A renders the display unattractive, wherefore provision has been made to enable box B to be conveniently removed. To do this, box B is swung upwardly enoughto gain'access to'flap 31 and its tab 33is withdrawnfrom slot 34. Then box B is lifted-and, as it is lifted, flap 28 is with drawn from the back box B, as indicated in Fig. 10. This leaves the back box standing alone and serving of itself as a unit display container, all as shown in Fig. 1]. The'recess and if necessary to facilitate its removal. I

in Fig. 4, for a similar purpose.

By making the two box sections as sepa rate units, other advantages are secured. Theextent and configuration of the display may also provide slots, such as shown at40 panlfl? can be varied without afl'ecting the extent andconfiguration of front wa1l-15. In the display box ofmy prior application, the "upper edge of the display panel 29 corin configuration to the upper edge of front-wall 15. These two ed s abutted 'whon tho boxes were disposed inshipping position. That box was formedfrom a aing le blankvand the two edges, referred to, a m formed at the same time by a single cut in the blank. To make the panel 29 higher meant making front wall correspondingly lower. With the present scheme, this ia avoided. The parts 29 and 15 are not a mutually dependent. They can and do overlap, asshown in- Fig. 4, and may if-desired be of different configuration as shown. with the prior one piece construction, the overlapped glued scam in the front box'sec- 1|. tion had to come in its back wall. This wall, boingin part visible above the articles C, ishsedfordisplay and it is therefore printed or lithographed. The seam, referred to, interfered with the printing and also with a the appearance of the box. By making the box units separately, the seam can be located at one front corner, as shown at 19 in Fig. 1; and thereby rendered inconspicuous, leaving the back wall '16 as a one-piece. smooth, flatand unbroken member to carry the printmg. 1 1 -n'l'he invention has been disclosed herein, in in embodiment at present preferred for illustrative p oses, but the scope of the invention is de ned by the appended claims ratherrthan by the foregoing description. What I claim is: a

1. A foldable cardboard display box, comprising, two box sections each comprising foldahly connected upright walls and a suitable closure wall for one end of the box section,-tha other end of each box section being open, said sections beingvconnected together adjacent theiropen ends for relative'swinging movement and movable into a position such that they lie in parallel and contiguous relation with their end closure walls disposed in the same plane, and means on one boxsection movable without disturbing the relationship of said foldably connected walls toyengage and interlock with the other box 'Wl'mwhen said sections occupy said position-for holding said sections tied together insaidrelation. y g

2. A display box, comprising, two tubular box sections eaohopen at oneend and having at'the opposite end ahinged flap with a tab thereon or insertion into the tubular box section to form an end closure, said sections being-connected together adjacent their open qndkfor relative swinging movement and movable into a position such that they lie in pnflllelandcontiguous relation with their end closure flaps disposed in the same plane, and alocking flap hingedly connected to one box section on the side thereof opposite from that to which its end flap is hingedly connected and adapted when in one position to extend across said end flap, and when in another position to extend across the end flap of the other box section, said locking flap having a tab and each end flap having a slot near-its hinge line toreceive said tab.

3. A combined shipping and display box comprising, two boxeections each constructed of cardboard and each constructed so as to effectively retain and display articles contained therein; eachof said sections having parallel front and back walls, connecting side walls and a bottom wall closing one end of the box section; the other end of each box section being open when the box sectionsare disposed in osition to display the articles, said sections ing hingedly connected so that they may be moved from a position, wherein each side, front and back wall of one section lies in continuation of the corresponding wall of the other section and wherein the articles are completely enclosed, to a position wherein one section is disposed in back of the other with the front wall of the back section and the back wall of the front section in substantially contiguous relation, said contiguous walls being of equal height but the back wall of theback section being of greater height and the front wall of the front section being of'less height, whereby articlescontained in the front *sectionwill be visible above its low front wall and other articles in the back section will be visible above its low front wall, said sections being movable from display position to closed position and vice versa without displacing the articles therein, said bottom wallswhen the box sections are in display position being located in a common plane andforming a stable supporting base and theonly supporting means for the box, and means independent of the aforesaid walls for connecting the box sections together and holding them together in parallel relation while-in display position.

4. A combined shipping and display box compr'isin two box sections each constructed of card oard and each constructed so as to effectively retain and display articles containedthereinyeach of said sections having parallel front and back walls, connecting side walls and a bottom'wall closing one end of the box section the other end of each box section being open when the box sections are disposed n position to display the articles, said sections a being hingedly connected so that they maybe moved from a position, wherein each side, front and back wall of one section liesin continuation of the correspond ing wall ofthe other section and wherein the articles are completely enclosed, to a osition wherein one section-is disposed in bac of the other with the front wall of the back section and the back wall of the front section in sub- Wall of the back section being of greater height and the front Wall of the front section being of less height, whereby articles contained in the front section will be visible above its low front Wall and other articles in the back section will be visible above its low front Wall, said sections being movablefrom display position to closed position and vice versa Without displacing the articles therein, said bottom Walls When the box sections are in display position being located in a common plane and forming acstable supporting base and the only supporting means for the box, and a flap additional to and separate from the bottom Wall and hingedly connected to one box section near the base thereof and having a tab adapted to be inserted into the other box section through the base thereof to tie the two sections together and hold them in parallel relation while in display position.

' 5. A container comprising a pair of boxes adapted to be disposed top to top as a closed shipping package or side by side as a dispensing package, a sheet extending from the edge of suchside of one box and folding over the edge of such side of the other box to provide a hinging connection between the boxes, and interengageable but conveniently detachable means for holding said sheet and the last named box together independently of the contents of the boxes;

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