US1813046A - Beach cot - Google Patents

Beach cot Download PDF

Info

Publication number
US1813046A
US1813046A US474210A US47421030A US1813046A US 1813046 A US1813046 A US 1813046A US 474210 A US474210 A US 474210A US 47421030 A US47421030 A US 47421030A US 1813046 A US1813046 A US 1813046A
Authority
US
United States
Prior art keywords
cot
frame
arms
uprights
canopy
Prior art date
Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.)
Expired - Lifetime
Application number
US474210A
Inventor
Friedlander Max
William T Baker
Current Assignee (The listed assignees may be inaccurate. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the list.)
Individual
Original Assignee
Individual
Priority date (The priority date is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed.)
Filing date
Publication date
Application filed by Individual filed Critical Individual
Priority to US474210A priority Critical patent/US1813046A/en
Application granted granted Critical
Publication of US1813046A publication Critical patent/US1813046A/en
Anticipated expiration legal-status Critical
Expired - Lifetime legal-status Critical Current

Links

Images

Classifications

    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C7/00Parts, details, or accessories of chairs or stools
    • A47C7/62Accessories for chairs
    • A47C7/66Means to protect against weather
    • A47C7/666Means to protect against weather of enclosure type with side panels
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C17/00Sofas; Couches; Beds
    • A47C17/64Travelling or camp beds
    • A47C17/70Travelling or camp beds the bed frame being foldable about a horizontal axis
    • A47C17/72Travelling or camp beds the bed frame being foldable about a horizontal axis having cross legs

Definitions

  • Our invention relates to improvements in beach cots and the like wherein a foldable cot frame is provided with a cover having an extension engaged by a canopy frame detachably mountable upon the cot frame to hold said extension in an extended position and thereby form a canopy over one end of the cot, said cover also having side extensions movable to raised positions to form windbreaks alongthe sides of the cot whereby a person reclining upon the cot may be partially sheltered.
  • the primary object of our invention is to provide an improved beach cot.
  • Another object is to provide an improved folding cot having a foldable canopy extendible to form a shelter over the head of a person reclining upon the cot.
  • a further object is to provide an improved folding cot having extensions movable to extended positions affording partial shelter along the sides and at one end of the cot.
  • Another object is to provide an improved device of the character described which may be quickly and easily folded or extended, as desired.
  • a further object is to provide an improved folding canopy frame attachable upon a cot frame to support a canopy over one end of the cot, the several members of the frame being foldable compactly, into proximate parallel relation and being extendible to form a rigid frame.
  • a further object is to provide an improved frame having means to rigidly secure the members in extended operative relation upon a cot frame.
  • a still further object is to provide an improved device of the character disclosed which may be folded compactly and which may be extended to form an attractive and eflicient cot affording partial shelter to a person reclining thereon.
  • Fig. 1 is a perspective view of our improved beach cot, a portion of the cover being broken away to show the frame structure
  • Fig. 2 is a side elevation, partly in vertical section, of the cot;
  • Fig. 3 is an end elevation of the cot, the cover being shown in vertical transverse section;
  • Fig. 4 is an elevation of the cross member for the foot end of the cot
  • Fig. 5 is a broken detail, partly in section, showing the manner in which a cross member and upright engage the cot frame;
  • Fig. 6 is a broken detail, partly in section, showing the manner in which the spreader member engages the uprights;
  • Fig. 7 is a broken detail, partly in section, showin the manner in which the brace members engage the cot frame.
  • the numeral 1 is used to designate the side frame members of a folding cot provided with foldable legs 2 pivoted thereon and provided with a fabric cover 3 secured upon the cot frame and fold able therewith.
  • the cot frame structure illustrated is of old and well known construction and forms no part of the present invention other than as associated with and cooperating with the novel elements herein disclosed to produce a new and improved beach cot.
  • the cover 3 as embodied in our present invention, is provided with an extension A upon the head end of the cot. said extension extending longitudinally from the end of the cot and being arranged to form a canopy over the head end of the cot as hereinafter more fully explained.
  • the cover 3 is also provided with side extensions 6 extending laterally from the sides of the cot, preferably along the full length thereof. The extensions 6 are provided with widened portions 7 at the head end of the cot.
  • a canopy frame is detachably mounted upon the cot frame at the head end thereof, said canopy frame comprising a cross member 8 having openings 9 arranged to engage pins 11 at the ends of the cot frame members 1 to secure the members 1 in spaced relation when the cot frame is extended to operative position in the ordinary mannelgsaid cross 'member being mounted in the place ofthe' ordinary end spreader commonly provided if for cots of the general type illustrated.
  • the hinge members 13 are 7 insaid figure. preferably arranged as shown m Fig. 3
  • Thehinge members 13 are provided with apertures 16 arranged to register with the openings 9 tru cross member 8, when theuprights 12 are moved to extended position, whereby-the pins 11, engaged by the openings 9, will extend through the apertures 16 and thereby lock the uprights in operative Arms 17 are hingedly connectedto the tops 7 of the upright members 12 by means of hinge members 18 similar to the hinge members 18,
  • saidhinge members being pivotedto the tops ofthe uprights and secured to the arms 17.
  • the arms 17 are of approximately the same lengthas the upright members 12 and are i I movablefrom a folded position in proximate parallel-relation to the upright members, as indic'ated injdotted lines in Fig. 2 of the drawings, to an extended position with the adjacent'end of the arm abutting against the upright, as indicated in; full lines in said figi i ure, the arms 17 extending toward the foot end of the cot, preferably substantially parallel to the side members 1 of the cot frame.
  • the hinge members 18 are provided with apertures 19 movable to register with recesses. 21 "I formed in the upper ends of the uprights l2 toreceive pins 22 upon the ends of a spreader 23 arranged to engage and hold theupper ends of the uprights in spaced relation, the
  • hinge members being locked by said pins to r I 7 pockets 37 at the foot end of the cot to resecure the arms 17 in extended operative position.
  • Braces 24 are hingedly connected to the free ends of the arms 17 by means of hinge members 26 similar to the members 13 and 18. When in extended position, the ends of the braces are arranged to abut against the under" sides of the arms 17 and to extend downwardly therefrom to engage the side members 1 of the cot frame. Pins 27 upon the free ends of the braces 24: engage re Memos 28 formed in the frame members 1 to secure thebraces in operative relation to the cot frame.
  • the braces '2 lare ar'ranged to be swung around the ends of the arms 17 and into folded position against the sides of arms 17which are up'permostwheni'n operative extended position, the braces being movable with the arms 17 to folded position against the uprights 12, as indicated in dotted lines inFig. 2.
  • the braces 24 and arms 17 when thus folded against the uprights, are movable with said' uprights to folded position against the cross member 8, as indicated in dotted lines in Fig. .3.
  • a cross member 29 similar to the member 8. is arranged to detachably engage :the ends of the side members 1 at the foot end of the cot. .Uprights 31 are hingedly connected to the ends of the members 29 by hinge members 32, similar to the hinge members 13, as shown in F ig; tof the drawings,-,the uprightsbeing pivotally'movable from inoperative folded positions, as. indicated in dotted linesinsaid.
  • the cover 3 is preferably provided with a pocket 34 along the juncture of the extension 4 with the end of the body portion of the cover whereby the cover may be engaged by the cross member 8.
  • the foot end of the cover 3 is similarly provided with apocket 35 to receive the cross member 29. d
  • extension t' is arranged to be extended 1 upwardly to the topof the canopy frame and then forwardly across'th'e top of said frame, as shown in the drawings, the extreme endof the extension 4 preferably being allowed to hang'freely across the front of thecanopyr Suitable fasteners 36 aremounted upon the extension 4 to engage corresponding fasteningmeans 36 mounted upon the ends of the arms 17 whereby the-extension may. be secured in extended position.
  • the side extensionsfiftare provided with ceive the uprights 31'-Whereby said side extensions may be supported in raised position to form a wind break, as shown upon-the remote side in. Figs. 1 and2.
  • the widened portions 7 of the extensions 6 are provided with suitable fasteners 38 arranged to engage corresponding fastening means 39 mounted upon the outer sides of the arms 17 where upright 12,
  • the cot frame and'cover is moved to extended operative position,.in. the usual manner.
  • the member 8 is then inserted through the pocket 34, the with the arm and brace. folded into parallel relation thereto and folding against the under side of the member 8, being first moved to substantially longitudinal alinement with the member 8.
  • the uprights are swung upwardly to operative extended position, and the member 8 is moved to engage the pins 11, said pins extending through the apertures 16 and into the rec'esses 9 to lock the uprights in operative position.
  • the arms 17 are then swung outwardly and the braces moved .to operative position with the pins 27 engaging the recesses 28, thereby rigidly supporting the arms 17 in extended position.
  • the spreader 28 is then mounted to engagethe upper ends of the upright and hold the same in spaced relation, the pins 22 engaging the apertures19 to lock the arms 17 in extended position.
  • the cover extension 4 is drawn over the frame and secured by the fasteners 36.
  • the cross member 29- isinserted through the loop at the foot end of the cot with one of the upright members 31 inserted-into the pocket 37 of the adjacent side extension 6,
  • both side extensions may be raised to extended position
  • the canopy affords a shelter at'the head of the cot whereby a person reclining upon the cot may keep the head shaded and protected from direct exposure to the suns rays.
  • the device is, of course, subject to modification in numerous details of construction and arrangement.
  • the specific form and shape of the several parts may likewise be modified in various ways to alter the design and appearance of the canopy as desired.
  • a beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; side extensions formed along the sides of the cover; loops formed in the cover at the ends of the frame; and members insertible through the loops to detachably engage the ends of the cot frame and provided with foldable arms to engage and hold the cover extensions in raised operative positions.
  • a beach cot comprising a. foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; and a member insertible through the loop to detachably engage the cot frame to hold the frame and cover extended and provided with foldable arm's hingedly connected to the ends of the member to engage and hold the extension in extended operative position.
  • a beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; and a member insertible through the loop to detachably engage the end of the cot frame to hold the frame and cover extended, said member being provided with a plurality of hingedly connected arm portions pivotally connected to the ends of said member and movable to proximate parallel relation in folded position and extendible to angular relation to each other to form a canopy frame engaging and holding the canopy in extended position.
  • A. beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; a
  • A' beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension; formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; and acanopy frame detachably mountable upon the end of the frameto engage and hold the canopy extensions in extended position, said canopy frame comprising 'a bar engaging the ends of the side'member's of thecot frame; up-
  • a beach cot comprising a foldable vframe; a fabric cover mounted upon the 7 frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to forma canopy over one end of the cot; a canopy frame detachably mountable upon the end of the frame to engage and holdthe canopy ex-- tension 'in extended position, said canopy frame comprising a bar engaging the ends of theside members ofthe cot frame; up: rights hingedly connected to the ends of said bar and foldable to proximate parallel relation thereto; arms hingedly connectedto the free ends of the uprights, said arms being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said uprights and being extendible to positions angularly disposed relative to said uprights; and braceshingedly connected to the free ends of the'arms, said braces being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said arms and being extendible to engage the cot frame'and support the arms in spaced relation to said cot frame; and a spreader detachably mountable between the upper ends of the uprights.

Description

July 7, 1931. M. FR IEDLANDER ET AL 1,313,046
BEACH CDT Filed Aug-h 9, 1930 2 Sheets-Sheet l //VV-7Y7'0/P$. MAX FRIEDLANDER WILLIAM 1: BAKER July 7, 1931. M. FRIEDLANDER ET AL' 1,313,046
BEACH COT Filed Aug. 9, 1930 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 I Y INVENTOPS MAX FRIEDLANDE'R WILLIAM L B mum Patented July 7, 1931 UNITED STATES PATENT GFFICE MAX FRIEIDLANDER AND WILLIAM T. BAKER, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA BEACH COT Application filed August 9, 1930.
Our invention relates to improvements in beach cots and the like wherein a foldable cot frame is provided with a cover having an extension engaged by a canopy frame detachably mountable upon the cot frame to hold said extension in an extended position and thereby form a canopy over one end of the cot, said cover also having side extensions movable to raised positions to form windbreaks alongthe sides of the cot whereby a person reclining upon the cot may be partially sheltered.
The primary object of our invention is to provide an improved beach cot.
Another object is to provide an improved folding cot having a foldable canopy extendible to form a shelter over the head of a person reclining upon the cot.
A further object is to provide an improved folding cot having extensions movable to extended positions affording partial shelter along the sides and at one end of the cot.
Another object is to provide an improved device of the character described which may be quickly and easily folded or extended, as desired.
A further object is to provide an improved folding canopy frame attachable upon a cot frame to support a canopy over one end of the cot, the several members of the frame being foldable compactly, into proximate parallel relation and being extendible to form a rigid frame.
A further object is to provide an improved frame having means to rigidly secure the members in extended operative relation upon a cot frame.
A still further object is to provide an improved device of the character disclosed which may be folded compactly and which may be extended to form an attractive and eflicient cot affording partial shelter to a person reclining thereon.
We accomplish these and other objects by means of the improved device disclosed in the drawings forming a part of the present application, wherein like characters ofreference are used to designate similar parts throughout the specification and drawings,
and in which- Cal Serial No. 474,210.
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of our improved beach cot, a portion of the cover being broken away to show the frame structure Fig. 2 is a side elevation, partly in vertical section, of the cot;
Fig. 3 is an end elevation of the cot, the cover being shown in vertical transverse section;
Fig. 4 is an elevation of the cross member for the foot end of the cot;
Fig. 5 is a broken detail, partly in section, showing the manner in which a cross member and upright engage the cot frame;
Fig. 6 is a broken detail, partly in section, showing the manner in which the spreader member engages the uprights; and
Fig. 7 is a broken detail, partly in section, showin the manner in which the brace members engage the cot frame.
Referring to the drawings, the numeral 1 is used to designate the side frame members of a folding cot provided with foldable legs 2 pivoted thereon and provided with a fabric cover 3 secured upon the cot frame and fold able therewith. The cot frame structure illustrated is of old and well known construction and forms no part of the present invention other than as associated with and cooperating with the novel elements herein disclosed to produce a new and improved beach cot.
The cover 3, as embodied in our present invention, is provided with an extension A upon the head end of the cot. said extension extending longitudinally from the end of the cot and being arranged to form a canopy over the head end of the cot as hereinafter more fully explained. The cover 3 is also provided with side extensions 6 extending laterally from the sides of the cot, preferably along the full length thereof. The extensions 6 are provided with widened portions 7 at the head end of the cot.
A canopy frame is detachably mounted upon the cot frame at the head end thereof, said canopy frame comprising a cross member 8 having openings 9 arranged to engage pins 11 at the ends of the cot frame members 1 to secure the members 1 in spaced relation when the cot frame is extended to operative position in the ordinary mannelgsaid cross 'member being mounted in the place ofthe' ordinary end spreader commonly provided if for cots of the general type illustrated.
portions l lpivoted to the ends of the mem her 8 whereby the'uprights may be swung from a normal upright position with their ends abutting against the member 8, as shown in full lmes in Fig. 8 of the drawings, to a folded position in proximate parallel relation w to said member 8, as indicated in dotted lines The hinge members 13 are 7 insaid figure. preferably arranged as shown m Fig. 3
whereby one of the uprights maybe swung downwardly onto the top of the cross mem-' her 8 while the other upright is swung aroundthe end of the cross member and against the under side of said cross member, as indicated,
7 ,whereby the free ends of the uprights may upright position.
overlap. upon opposite sides. of the cross member. Thehinge members 13 are provided with apertures 16 arranged to register with the openings 9 tru cross member 8, when theuprights 12 are moved to extended position, whereby-the pins 11, engaged by the openings 9, will extend through the apertures 16 and thereby lock the uprights in operative Arms 17 are hingedly connectedto the tops 7 of the upright members 12 by means of hinge members 18 similar to the hinge members 18,
, saidhinge members being pivotedto the tops ofthe uprights and secured to the arms 17.
The arms 17 are of approximately the same lengthas the upright members 12 and are i I movablefrom a folded position in proximate parallel-relation to the upright members, as indic'ated injdotted lines in Fig. 2 of the drawings, to an extended position with the adjacent'end of the arm abutting against the upright, as indicated in; full lines in said figi i ure, the arms 17 extending toward the foot end of the cot, preferably substantially parallel to the side members 1 of the cot frame. The hinge members 18 are provided with apertures 19 movable to register with recesses. 21 "I formed in the upper ends of the uprights l2 toreceive pins 22 upon the ends of a spreader 23 arranged to engage and hold theupper ends of the uprights in spaced relation, the
hinge membersbeing locked by said pins to r I 7 pockets 37 at the foot end of the cot to resecure the arms 17 in extended operative position.
Braces 24 are hingedly connected to the free ends of the arms 17 by means of hinge members 26 similar to the members 13 and 18. When in extended position, the ends of the braces are arranged to abut against the under" sides of the arms 17 and to extend downwardly therefrom to engage the side members 1 of the cot frame. Pins 27 upon the free ends of the braces 24: engage re cesses 28 formed in the frame members 1 to secure thebraces in operative relation to the cot frame. The braces '2 lare ar'ranged to be swung around the ends of the arms 17 and into folded position against the sides of arms 17which are up'permostwheni'n operative extended position, the braces being movable with the arms 17 to folded position against the uprights 12, as indicated in dotted lines inFig. 2. The braces 24 and arms 17 when thus folded against the uprights, are movable with said' uprights to folded position against the cross member 8, as indicated in dotted lines in Fig. .3.
A cross member 29 similar to the member 8. is arranged to detachably engage :the ends of the side members 1 at the foot end of the cot. .Uprights 31 are hingedly connected to the ends of the members 29 by hinge members 32, similar to the hinge members 13, as shown in F ig; tof the drawings,-,the uprightsbeing pivotally'movable from inoperative folded positions, as. indicated in dotted linesinsaid.
figure, tooperative upwardly extending position with: the lower' ends of'the uprights abutting against the upper side'of the'cross member 29, as indicated in full lines'insaid figure. The hingemembers32 are provided with apertures 33 .matching with recesses formed in the ends of the cross member 29 to engage pins carried by the ends of the cot frame members 1 when in extendedposition whereby theuprights maybe locked in operative positions, as above. described withrespect to the vuprights 12.
The cover 3is preferably provided with a pocket 34 along the juncture of the extension 4 with the end of the body portion of the cover whereby the cover may be engaged by the cross member 8. The foot end of the cover 3 .is similarly provided with apocket 35 to receive the cross member 29. d
. The extension t'is arranged to be extended 1 upwardly to the topof the canopy frame and then forwardly across'th'e top of said frame, as shown in the drawings, the extreme endof the extension 4 preferably being allowed to hang'freely across the front of thecanopyr Suitable fasteners 36 aremounted upon the extension 4 to engage corresponding fasteningmeans 36 mounted upon the ends of the arms 17 whereby the-extension may. be secured in extended position. 1
The side extensionsfiftare provided with ceive the uprights 31'-Whereby said side extensions may be supported in raised position to form a wind break, as shown upon-the remote side in. Figs. 1 and2. The widened portions 7 of the extensions 6 are provided with suitable fasteners 38 arranged to engage corresponding fastening means 39 mounted upon the outer sides of the arms 17 where upright 12,
by said extensions may be secured to the arms 17 to close the sides of the canopy formed by the extension 4L To set up our improved cot, the cot frame and'cover is moved to extended operative position,.in. the usual manner. The member 8 is then inserted through the pocket 34, the with the arm and brace. folded into parallel relation thereto and folding against the under side of the member 8, being first moved to substantially longitudinal alinement with the member 8. After the member 8 has been thus inserted, the uprights are swung upwardly to operative extended position, and the member 8 is moved to engage the pins 11, said pins extending through the apertures 16 and into the rec'esses 9 to lock the uprights in operative position. The arms 17 are then swung outwardly and the braces moved .to operative position with the pins 27 engaging the recesses 28, thereby rigidly supporting the arms 17 in extended position. The spreader 28 is then mounted to engagethe upper ends of the upright and hold the same in spaced relation, the pins 22 engaging the apertures19 to lock the arms 17 in extended position. With the canopy frame thus secured upon the cot frame, the cover extension 4 is drawn over the frame and secured by the fasteners 36.
The cross member 29- isinserted through the loop at the foot end of the cot with one of the upright members 31 inserted-into the pocket 37 of the adjacent side extension 6,
the arm being swung upwardly and secured in upright position. as the member 29 is moved to engage the ends of the cot frame members 1. The widened portion of the side extension is then secured to the canopy frame by the fasteners 38, and 39, thereby closing the side of the canopy. If desired, both side extensions may be raised to extended position,
but one of the extensions is ordinarily allowed to hang freely, as shown in Figs. 1 and 2- of the drawings.
In operation, the canopy affords a shelter at'the head of the cot whereby a person reclining upon the cot may keep the head shaded and protected from direct exposure to the suns rays. The side extensions 6, raised to operative position, form a wind break whereby the person may be protected from wind. In this manner, persons may recline in a restful position. and by positioning the cot in accordance with the direction of the wind and the inclination of the suns rays, a partial shelter is obtained whereby persons may expose their bodies to the sunshine without exposure to the wind, and at the same time protecting their faces from sun burn.
lVhe-n folded, the arms 17 and braces 24 fold with the uprights into compact relation,'thereby permitting the canopy frame to be compactly wrapped with the folded cot tion, the device is, of course, subject to modification in numerous details of construction and arrangement. The specific form and shape of the several parts may likewise be modified in various ways to alter the design and appearance of the canopy as desired.
e therefore do not wish to be restricted to the specific details illustrated and described, but desire to avail ourselves of all modifications which may fall within the scope of the appended claims.
Having thus described our invention, what we claim as new and desire to secure by LettersPatent is:
1. A beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; side extensions formed along the sides of the cover; loops formed in the cover at the ends of the frame; and members insertible through the loops to detachably engage the ends of the cot frame and provided with foldable arms to engage and hold the cover extensions in raised operative positions.
2. A beach cot comprising a. foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; and a member insertible through the loop to detachably engage the cot frame to hold the frame and cover extended and provided with foldable arm's hingedly connected to the ends of the member to engage and hold the extension in extended operative position.
3. A beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; and a member insertible through the loop to detachably engage the end of the cot frame to hold the frame and cover extended, said member being provided with a plurality of hingedly connected arm portions pivotally connected to the ends of said member and movable to proximate parallel relation in folded position and extendible to angular relation to each other to form a canopy frame engaging and holding the canopy in extended position.
4. A. beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; a loop formed at the juncture of the extension with the cover; a
member insertiblethrough the loop to de tachably engage the end of the cot frame, said member being provided with a plurality of hingedly connected arm portions pivotally connected to the ends of said member and'movable to proximate parallel relation "in folded position and extendible to angular relation to each other to form a canopy frame ,engagingjand holding the canopy 111 extended position; a second loop formed at the opposite end of the cover; extensions formed upon the sides of the cover; and a cross-member 1nsertible through said second loop to detach ably engage the adjacent end of the cot frame and provided with arms hingedly connected to the ends of said cross-member to engage v and hold the side extensions in raisedoperative positions to form a wind-break;
'5. A' beach cot comprising a foldable frame; a fabric cover mounted upon the frame; an extension; formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to form a canopy over one end of the cot; and acanopy frame detachably mountable upon the end of the frameto engage and hold the canopy extensions in extended position, said canopy frame comprising 'a bar engaging the ends of the side'member's of thecot frame; up-
rights'hingedly connected to the ends of said bar and foldable to'proximate parallel relation thereto; arms hingedlyconnected to the free ends of the uprights, said arms being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said uprights andbeing extendible/to positions: 'angularly disposed relative to said 7 uprights; and braces hingedly connected to the free ends of the arms, said braces being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said arms and being extendible to engage-the cot frame and support the arms in spaced relation to said cot frame.
6. A beach cot comprising a foldable vframe; a fabric cover mounted upon the 7 frame; an extension formed upon one end of the cover and extendible to forma canopy over one end of the cot; a canopy frame detachably mountable upon the end of the frame to engage and holdthe canopy ex-- tension 'in extended position, said canopy frame comprising a bar engaging the ends of theside members ofthe cot frame; up: rights hingedly connected to the ends of said bar and foldable to proximate parallel relation thereto; arms hingedly connectedto the free ends of the uprights, said arms being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said uprights and being extendible to positions angularly disposed relative to said uprights; and braceshingedly connected to the free ends of the'arms, said braces being foldable to proximate parallel relation to said arms and being extendible to engage the cot frame'and support the arms in spaced relation to said cot frame; and a spreader detachably mountable between the upper ends of the uprights. a
.7. The combination with a. folding cot frame, of a foldable canopy" frame detachably mountable upon the cot'-frame, 'said frame comprising a cross member to detachably engage oneend'of thecot frame; up rights hingedly mounted upon the ends of the cross member; arms hingedly mounted at one end upon the upper ends of the uprights and braces hingedly connected to the free. ends of the arms, said-uprights, arms, and braces being foldable to proximate parallel relation to each other and to the cross member. f i
8. The combination with a folding cot frame, of a foldable canopy frame detachably :mountable upon the cot frame, said 'framecomprising a cross member to detachably engage one end of the cot frame; up-
rights hingedly mounted upon the ends of the cross member; arms hingedly mounted at one end upon the upper ends of theuprights;
braces hingedly connected to the free ends of the arms, said uprights, arms, and braces being foldable to proximate parallel relation to each other and to the cross .member; and means to hold the uprights in extended upright position when the cross member is mounted upon the cross frame.
9. The combination with a cot frame having outwardly extending pins upon the side members of the frame, of a canopy frame detachably mounted upon said cot frame and comprising a cross member having openings todetachably engage the pins; a pair of uprights; hinge members secured to the uprights and provided'with offset portions pivoted to-the ends ofthe cross member, said hinge members having apertures movable to register with the openings in the cross member'and engage the pins to secure the uprights in extended positions; arms provided with hinge members pivoted upon the upper ends of the uprights and braces pivoted upon the arms and movable toengage the cot frame to support the arms in spaced relation thereto.
10. The combination with a cot frame having outwardly extending pins uponthe side members of the frame, of a canopy frame detachably mounted upon said cot frameand comprising a cross member havmg'openings to detachably engage the pins; a pair of uprights; hinge members secured to the upthe upper ends of the uprights, said spreader engaging the arm hinge members to secure said arms in extended positions.
In Witness whereof, We hereunto set our signatures.
MAX FRIEDLANDER. WILLIAM T. BAKER.
US474210A 1930-08-09 1930-08-09 Beach cot Expired - Lifetime US1813046A (en)

Priority Applications (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
US474210A US1813046A (en) 1930-08-09 1930-08-09 Beach cot

Applications Claiming Priority (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
US474210A US1813046A (en) 1930-08-09 1930-08-09 Beach cot

Publications (1)

Publication Number Publication Date
US1813046A true US1813046A (en) 1931-07-07

Family

ID=23882615

Family Applications (1)

Application Number Title Priority Date Filing Date
US474210A Expired - Lifetime US1813046A (en) 1930-08-09 1930-08-09 Beach cot

Country Status (1)

Country Link
US (1) US1813046A (en)

Cited By (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2793375A (en) * 1953-07-31 1957-05-28 Jr Macarthur Wardell Self-rocking hammock

Cited By (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2793375A (en) * 1953-07-31 1957-05-28 Jr Macarthur Wardell Self-rocking hammock

Similar Documents

Publication Publication Date Title
US1942112A (en) Collapsible chair
US2243984A (en) Combination folding chair, canopy, and sunshade
US3822422A (en) Combination multiple purpose campers folding cot and portable pack frame
US3241160A (en) Portable folding head rest
US1963835A (en) Back for folding chairs
US1256902A (en) Chair.
US1398253A (en) Folding chair and bed
US1480286A (en) Sand or outing rest or the like
US3699594A (en) Folding bed
US1543103A (en) Bed couch
US1813046A (en) Beach cot
US2034369A (en) Compact sun rest
US1856759A (en) Collapsible chair
US1732008A (en) Collapsible crib
US1363697A (en) Folding backrest
US2337955A (en) Folding cot and chair
US947472A (en) Camping-bed.
US1601664A (en) Folding tent frame
US1827739A (en) Baby crib
US2144929A (en) Convertible furniture
US1815495A (en) Folding double cot
US1734505A (en) Sun-bath cabinet
US2199185A (en) Folding chair
US2203398A (en) Combination couch and bed construction
US1023048A (en) Covered folding cot.