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US1849893A
US1849893A US48745530A US1849893A US 1849893 A US1849893 A US 1849893A US 48745530 A US48745530 A US 48745530A US 1849893 A US1849893 A US 1849893A
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    • A46B11/00Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water
    • A46B11/001Brushes with reservoir or other means for applying substances, e.g. paints, pastes, water with integral reservoirs
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March 1932- M. VON RADICS ET AL FOUNTAIN SHAVING BRUSH Filed Oct. 9, 1950 Patented Mar. 15, 1932 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE FOUNTAIN SHAVIN G BRUSH application filed October 9, 1930. Serial No. 487,455.

Our invention relates to improvements in fountain shaving brushes.

An object of our invention is to provlde within the handle of the shaving brush a 5 storage member for the shaving cream, thereby adding greatly to convenience in shaving and also to convenience in traveling, as our combined brush and shaving cream container occupies only the space of one article, instead of two.

A further object is to provide meansfor introducing a charge of shaving cream into the approximate center of the bristles of the brush, thereby insuring an even distribution of the lather throughout the bristles.

Other objects and advantages of our invention will appear in the drawings, description and appended claims.

Broadly, our invention consists of a shaving brush comprising a tubular or hollow handle member, a brush removably secured to the handle, a storage cylinder for the cream that is removably secured within the tubular or hollow handle, a valve in the storage cylinder extending into the center of the brush, means for ejecting a charge of shaving cream through the valve into the brush, and a closure cap on the open or lower end of the storage cylinder with means therein for opening and closing the valve.

-A preferred form of our invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which Fig. 1 is a side elevational view of the complete brush, showing the valve operating and cap means for indicating the open and closed positions of the cream discharge valve, and

hook means for removing the piston from the storage cylinder when the cylinder is to be refilled.

Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view on line 22 of Fig. 1, showing the valve construction, the cream cylinder, actuating piston and cap.

Fig. 3 is an end View of the valve on line 8-3 of Fig. 2, showing the valve in a closed position.

Fig. 4 is a similar view showing the valve in an open position.

Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the closure cap, showing the key which revolves the storage cylinder when the cap is turned and the pm which retains the cap in place on the tubular brush handle, and

Fig. 6 is a perspective view of the end of the brush handle and storage cylinder showing the key socket in the storage cylinder, the bayonet joint construction in the handle for retaining the cap in place, and indicating means for the open and closed positions of the valve.

Referring to the drawings in detail, in which like numerals refer to like parts throughout I A collar member 1, in which is secured the cemented end 2 of the bristles of the brush 3, is frictionally secured in the recessed or socket end 4 of the tubular or hollow brush handle 5. The socket 4 is formed with an end wall 6, from which extends the cylindrical portion 7, having the closed end 8 which is formed with the opening 9, eccentrically disposed with relation to the center of the end 8. The cylindrical part 7 extends through the opening 10 in the cemented end 2 of the brush 3. The shaving cream storage member 11 slips into the tubular hollow handle 5 of the brush which is formed with the projecting, cylindrical end portion 12, in the closed end 13, of which is an opening 14; whose center is eccentrically located at the same distance from the common axis of the parts 7 and 12, as the opening 9.

The opposite end of the cream storage member 11 is open, and formed with a recess or keyway 15 out in the edge 16, as shown. The plunger or piston 17 is formed with the push button 18. This plunger is frictionally and movably retained within the cream storage cylinder 11. The end 19 of the handle 5 is formed with the passageway or slot 20 which leads into the arc-shaped slot 21 that extends in opposite directions from the slot 20. A.cap 22, knurled on the outside for convenience in turning, when grasped by the hand, is formed with the key or pin 23 and a central opening 24 in the end 25. A pin 26, in the cap 22, when the cap is assembled, engages in the arc-shaped slot 21, and serves the dual purpose of retaining the cap 22 in place on the tubular'member or brush handle 5 and acting as a stop for the open and closed positions of the valve 12. The open and closed positions of the valve and the location of the pin 26 in the slot 21 are indicated on the handle 5 by appropriate letters or marks as O and C, as shown at 27. An opening 28 in the push button 18 of the piston or plunger provides for the removal of the plunger 17 when it becomes necessary to refill thecream storage cylinder 11 for this purpose, a wire hook 29 formedwvith a finger ring 30, is inserted in the openlng 28, and the plunger is then pulled out of the cream cylinder 11.

In operation, when it is desired to inject a charge of shaving cream into the brush the cap or ring 22 is turned into the pin 26 has been moved from the closed or C position to the 0 en or O osition. Since the cap is keyed to the storage cylinder by means of the key 23 entering the slot 15, it turns the cylinder when the cap is rotated until the valve openings 9 and 14 register. A slight push on the bottom of the plunger forces a charge of cream through the openings 9 and 14 into the bristles of the brush. The cap is then turned back to closed or .C position, turning the cylinder and returning the opening 14 to the position shown in Fig. 3, thereby closing the opening 9. When the cream has been exhausted, the cap 22 is removed by aligning the pin 26 with the'slot 20. The plunger 17 drawn out, by means of the hook 29, the cream cylinder 11 can then be refilled, and the plunger and cap replaced.

What we claim is:

1. In a fountain shaving brush, a tubular handle member, a storage casing member for the shaving cream located within said handle member, and means for ejecting a charge of the shaving cream into the bristles of said brush, said means including registering valve openings in said cream storage casing member an in said handle member and extending.

and formed with an extended valve .portion' which fits within the said valve body and having an opening eccentrically located therein, means for turning said storage cream casing member for the purpose of registering the opening in the valve body with the opening in the valve, and means for ejecting a charge of shaving cream from the storage casing member through said openings into the bristles of the brush.

3. In a fountain shaving brush construction having a tubular handle With an open end, a shaving cream storage casing member removably insertable within said handle, a valve communicating between said casing member and the central portions of the bristles of'the brush, a pushable plunger in said casing for the purpose of expellin a charge of shaving cream through said va ve, a rotatable cap removably secured to the open end of the handle and keyed to the cream storage casing for the purpose of opening and closing said valve by turning said cap, and means on said cap and said handle for indicating the position of said valve.

4. A fountain shaving brush comprising a tubular handle having a socket portion, a brush head removably secured in the socket, a shaving cream container removably secured within the handle, avalve providing a passage between said container and the bristles of said brush, a cap keyed to said container and removably secured to the handle for the purpose of opening and closing said valve, a push plunger in said container for the purpose of forcing a charge of shaving cream through said valve, and means for removing said cap and said plunger for the purpose of refilling said container.

5. A fountain shaving brush comprising in combination, a tubular handle, formed with an arc-shaped slot and a slot leading to the arc-shaped slot, the handle having a tubular extension portion with an opening in its end, a removable cream containing member insertable within the tubular handle, the container member having a tubular extension which enters the tubular extension of the handle, and an eccentric opening in its end for registering with the opening in the tubular extension of the handle, a brush head located on the first mentioned tubular extension, ring means connected to the cream container member for rotating the same to cause the openings to register, a cream expelling member, and means on the ring means located in the arc-shaped slot for removably retaining the ring means on the tubular handle. 1

6. A fountain shaving brush comprising in combination, a tubular handle, formed with an arc-shaped slot and a slot leading to the arc-shaped slot, the handle having a tubular extension portion with an opening in its end, a removable cream containing member insertable within the tubular handle, the container member having a tubular extension which enters the tubular extension of the handle, and an eccentric opening in its end for registering with the opening in the tubular extension of the handle, a brush head located on the first mentioned tubular extension, ring means connected to the cream container member for rotating the same to cause the openings to register, a cream expelling member, and means on the ring means located in the areshaped slot for removably retaining the ring means on the tubular handle, said means comprising a pin on the ring and a slot which enters the arc-shaped slot.

MAX VON RADICS.

RAYMOND LASKER.

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US2826775A (en) * 1957-01-15 1958-03-18 Psilos Helen Toothbrush construction
US2961680A (en) * 1956-11-09 1960-11-29 Raymond B Eggers Shoe polish applicator brush

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US2961680A (en) * 1956-11-09 1960-11-29 Raymond B Eggers Shoe polish applicator brush
US2826775A (en) * 1957-01-15 1958-03-18 Psilos Helen Toothbrush construction

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