US1827311A - Fountain pen and pencil - Google Patents

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US1827311A
US1827311A US327215A US32721528A US1827311A US 1827311 A US1827311 A US 1827311A US 327215 A US327215 A US 327215A US 32721528 A US32721528 A US 32721528A US 1827311 A US1827311 A US 1827311A
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`Oct. 13, 1931. v. z. FELxPE FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENCIL Filed Dec. 20, 1928 INVENTOR wml/mei. Lf ATTO/sige;

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FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENcII.

Application leeiv December 20, 1928.A Serial No. 327,215.l

This invention relates to writing implements and more particularly to types susceptible of being carried about the person, as for instance a fountain pen.

For brief notations of atemporar or unimportant nature a fountain pen is o n undesirable, it being preferable to use a pencil for many purposes, such marks being readily eradicable and no blotting is required or Waiting for ink to d i It is therefore an dlsiject of the present invention to provide a writing implement in which is contained a complete fountain pen and also axially of the casing, a pencil so arranged as to be extended into position for use or retracted into the casing.

` A `further feature is in the provision of means for rendering the pencil -or pen each selectively accessible from one and the same end of the casing, thereby obviating the necessity of reversing theimplement 1n order to use the desired point.

Another purpose is to combine with a fountain pen casin a ncill having lead expelling and repel ing eatures and also'a supply source for the leads, all being combined in an attractive casing of conventional appearance. a

These several important advantages arel accomplished b the novel constructlon and larrangement o partshereinafter described and illustrated in the accom-panyi draw-v ings, forming a material. part of t 's dis-- closure, and in which l Figure 1 is a longitudinal sectional view taken on the center l1ne of an embodiment of the invention showing the pen point extended. Figure 2 is a similar view taken in a plane at a right angle to Figure 1 withthe pencil point in operative posltion.

Figure 3 is a partial side elevation ofthe device, tlie cap being in section.

Figure 4 1s a. transverse sectional view taken on line 4-4 of Figure 1.

5. its center to the ends.

Figure 5 isa similar view taken on line Fixed in the front end of the casing is a shouldered sleeve 12, its extending portion being tapered in conformity with the casing,

the abutting end of which is provided with a screw thread 13.

Slidable within the bore of the sleeve and guided by cofacting keys 14 is al plug 15 having a conical point and containing an axial -bore 16 in the inner portion of which are slots 17 to receive and guide keys 18 set in I of the rholder 20 by contact with the outer ends of the slots 17 and also the retraction of the holder by contact with stop screws 21'set in the sleeve 15 as best seen in Figure 2. The lead L is moved longitudinally in its holder, in either direction by the means usually employed, as indicated by thev coarse screw 22 engaging pins 23 fixed in the lead clamping device commonly used, the lead bein adjusted inwardlyl or outwardly of the ho der by .rotating the extending end of the holder 20 relative to the collar 19 which is nonrotatabledue-to the keys 18 and 14.

Fixedto the inner end ofthe screw 22 are a pair of opposed bars 24 extending from a nut.25 threaded upon a screw 26B of right hand pitch, thesame having a section 26L of left hand pitch of corresponding length.

The outer end 27 of the screw section 26L is rectangular and provided with a thread at its end to engage a nut 28 set in an axial recess formed in the outer surface of a plug 29 constituting the end of the casing.-

-An annular recess'30 in the periphery of the plug is suited to'receive pins 31 fixed in the casmg near vits end permitting rotation of the vplug but preventing relative end move-A ment.

In the outer end of the plug 29, adjacent its periphery are a series of indentations -32 adapte to receive the corresponding ends of sheathV 33 having open containers 34 toreceive vand hold extra leads, the samebein retainedby a screw 35 having a anged hea vmev 2 ricamati 36 knurled to provide an eHective finger grip. The screw 35 is threaded into the outer end of a cap 37 into the adjacent end of which the sheaths 33 and their hollow cylindrical connections 38 are irmly secured.

The opposite end of the cap is interiorly threaded, as at 13, to engage the threads 13 of the casing or barrel when disposed over its opposite end, as shown in Figure 3.

From the foregoing it will be seen that the -pencil holding elements, including the holder 20 and plug 15 may be moved longitudinally with respect to the casing 10 b applying the cap 37, causing engagement o the sheath ends with their sockets 32 and rotating the cap` relative to'the casing, thereby turning the screw 26B to `move the nut 25, whereby the lead L is projected for use or retracted as may be desired.

llt will also be apparent that the screw 26L is also rotated with the section 26B, by means of which the pen point P is extended or retracted and in opposed relation to the pencil L.

llhis is accomplished by reason of a nut 40 threaded on the screw section 26L, the nut bearing against the bore of the casing at one end and having aiiixed at its opposite end a bar 41 of concave cross section, this bar terminating at its opposite end in a ferrule 42 in which one end of an ink sac 43 is fixed.

The nut 40 has an extension slotted at its end to engage a key 11 fixed in the bore of the casing, and extending between the plugs 15 and 29 as seen in Figures 1 and 5,. the nut thus being prevented from turning with the screw 26L.

Also xed to the nut 40 is the re-entrantly turned end of a spring pressure bar 44, its outer end extendin almost to the ferrule 42 and being arrange to partially enclose the sac 43, opposite the bar 41.

The spring bar 44 is adapted to receive the thrust of the usual lever 45, when filling the sac with ink, transmitting pressure to it upon raising the outer extendinfr end of the lever, which is maintained normdlly within a recess in the outer side of the casi-ng by the eect of the bar 44.

Fixed in the outer end of the ferrule 42 is a tube 46 having an ink conveying duct 47, the tube 46 being expanded as at 46 and shaped to act as a holder for the pen nib P.

The plug 15 is Hattened and ooved, as at 48 along one side to permit the sllding passage of the tube stem 46', this element being limited in its longitudinal movement by a key 49 slidable in a groove 50 formed in the inner wall of the sleeve 12, as best seen in Figure 1.

It will now be apparent that either thev pencil or pen may be projected into operative position b rotating the cap 37 when placed on the en of the casing opposite the points.

It will be equally clear that either the pen or pencil may be used without possible interference with each other, and when either are' extended to the limit, as well as retracted, that the cap placed thereover and secured by the threads affords perfect protection for the points.

Both the pen and pencil are operatively positioned in th'e usual manner; the pen is provided with the usual filling means and the pencil with a lead adjusting device of approved type, the whole constituting an etticient and neat appearing writing implement.

As changes of construction could be made within the scope of the invention, it is intended that all matter contained in the foregoing description or shown in the accompanying drawings shall be interpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.

Having thus described the invention, what is claimed as new anddesired to secure by Letters Patent, is:-

1. A writing implement containing two points of unlike character slidable therein, a screw having right and left hand threaded sections of uniform pitch throughout their lengths, a nonrotatable nut on each section connected with each point independently, and means for rotating said screw.

2. A writing implement comprising a casing having an axial pencil point and an offset pen point, a screw having right and left hand sections, a nut on each section, connections between each nutand the respective points, a plug rotatable in the end of said casing opposite the points said plug being rigidly attached to the screw, a cap disposable either over said points or over said plug, and means in said cap engageable with said plug whereby to transmit rotary motion. 3. A writing implement comprising a caslng having two apertures in its end and con talning a pen and pencil, and means rotatably mounted on the opposite end of said caslng to extend and retract the pen and pencil selectively through the mentioned apertures.

4. A writing implement comprising a casing containingan axial opening and a second opening adjacent thereto in its end wall, said casin having a pen and pencil therein, and rotata le means at the oposite end of said casing to coincidently move either pen or pencil outwardly or inwardly in opposed relation through the mentioned openings.

5. A writing implement comprising a casing having an axial opening and a passage adjacently parallel thereto, a plug slidably mounted in one end thereof, said plug having an axial bore, a second plug rotatable in the opposite end, a cap, means in said cap to operatively engage the second plug when the cap is on the opposite end of the casing, a right and left hand screw actuated by the second plug, a'pencil holder slidable through the bore of the first plug, connections between v Lanzan said screw and the first plu upon rotation of the second plug, a pen shda 1e inthe passage, and connections between said screw and said pen, said connections moving in opposite directions upon rotating said screw.

In testimony whereof I aix my signature.

VINCENT ZfFELIPE.

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US3865496A (en) * 1974-01-07 1975-02-11 Geoffrey Robbins Combination pen and pencil writing device
US4227822A (en) * 1977-08-05 1980-10-14 Zebra Co., Ltd. Composite writing instrument
US20050100388A1 (en) * 2003-11-11 2005-05-12 Vincent Bedhome Combination writing instrument
US20130307527A1 (en) * 2012-05-21 2013-11-21 Chung Instrument Electronics Industrial Retractable test probe

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US3865496A (en) * 1974-01-07 1975-02-11 Geoffrey Robbins Combination pen and pencil writing device
US4227822A (en) * 1977-08-05 1980-10-14 Zebra Co., Ltd. Composite writing instrument
US20050100388A1 (en) * 2003-11-11 2005-05-12 Vincent Bedhome Combination writing instrument
US7147392B2 (en) 2003-11-11 2006-12-12 Societe Bic Combination writing instrument
US20100047004A1 (en) * 2003-11-11 2010-02-25 Vincent Bedhome Combination writing instrument
US8104983B2 (en) 2003-11-11 2012-01-31 Societe Bic Combination writing instrument
US20130307527A1 (en) * 2012-05-21 2013-11-21 Chung Instrument Electronics Industrial Retractable test probe
US8907659B2 (en) * 2012-05-21 2014-12-09 Chung Instrument Electronics Industrial Co., Ltd. Retractable test probe

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