US1882277A - Cupboard - Google Patents

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US1882277A
US1882277A US557177A US55717731A US1882277A US 1882277 A US1882277 A US 1882277A US 557177 A US557177 A US 557177A US 55717731 A US55717731 A US 55717731A US 1882277 A US1882277 A US 1882277A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B49/00Revolving cabinets or racks; Cabinets or racks with revolving parts

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Get. 11, 1932.-
E. EVERSQN I CUPBOARD Filed Aug. 14. 1931 Patented Oct. 11, 1932 3 3 2 2727 barren cri ics I EVER nvnnson, or narrinssuiae, ili'rssissirrr ournoann 1 w Application filed. August 14, 1931. Serial No. 55 7,177. g
This invention relates to cupboards and lugs 61 so'that they may be turnedhome similar storage receptacles and has for its against the lugs and thereby firmly secure object the provision of means whereby a thebraces in place. At their ends'remote large number of articles may be stored in a from the post or shaft 3, the braces 8are small space and will be readily accessible formed'into eyes 10 which fit over ,pins'. '11 55 when necessary. The invention seeks to rising'from bearings 12 provided onthe botprovide a cupboard which may be disposed toms of cups orpans 13 which are secured in the corner of a room or compartment and tothe respective walls of theroomand 'may. which will be rotatably mounted so that any contain liquid orpowder, so that any insects 10 desired storage space within the cupboard which mayreach the pans willbe destroyed 60 may be brought within reach easily and and prevented from traveling along the. quickly. The invention also seeks to provide braces to, the post and thence findingzaocess means whereby the cupboard willbe normalto thecupboard. Itwill also be understood ly held stationary, and also to provide means that the-cup or pan 1 is intended tocontain Y 15 whereby access of ants and other insects to liquidor other insect destroyer, asindicated 65 the cupboard will be prevented. The invenat 14.- 1 tion is illustrated in the accompanying draw- Secured tothe post or shaft 3 and radiating ing and consists in certain novel features therefrom are partitionsor wings 15 which which will be hereinafter first fully described extend to a cylindrical shell or casing 16, said and then more particularly defined in the casing beingv provided with an imperforate 7 claim. top 17 and a bottom 18, preferably circular In the drawing, 1 in form, as shown and as will be understood. Figure 1 is a top. plan view of a cupboard The cylindrical shell or casing, with its top embodying the'invention, andbott'om, forms the outer body of the cup- Fig. 2 is a vertical section on the line 22 board and is equipped with openings 19. at 75 of Fig. l, and various points in its area to provide access Fig. 3 is a horizontal section on the line to the interior, each opening being normally 3-3 of Fig. 2. covered and closed by a door 20 of any ap- In carrying out the invention, there is proved form, as will be understood. Upon provided a cup or pan 1 which is secured the sides of each partition 15 are secured so upon the floor of a room at a point adjacent cleats 21, and shelves 22 rest on and are supa corner thereof, and rising from the bottom o t d b id l t th h l b i of of this pan is a step bearing 2 receiving the general triangular form, as shown in Fig. lower end of a post 3 which may be extended 3, whereby they will fitreadily and closely to any desired height. About the upper end within the compartments of the cupboard '8.- of the post or shaft is mounted a split bearand may be easily inserted or removed to 'ing ring or collar 4; which closely encircles facilitate cleaning. the post or shaft and is provided'with telf- To facilitate replenishment of the liquid minal lugs 5 through which a securing bolt within the cup or pan 1, an opening, in-
40 6 is inserted whereby the hearing may be dicated at 23, is provided in the bottom 18 caused to exert a desired degree of friction adjacent the post or shaft 3 so that, b ea hupon the post or shaft so that the rotation of ing into the cupboard, a sup-ply of liquid may the shaft will be retarded and it will be norbe readily poured through said opening into mally'held stationary. The bearing 4 is also the pan. 7 i
provided with radial lugs 6 at diametrically From the foregoing description, it will 9.5 opposite points, and-these lugs receive the bosom that I'have provided an exceedingly threaded ends 7 of brace rods 8 which extend simple cupboard whereby a large number divergently toward the meeting side Walls of of articles may be stored withina small. comthe room. Lock nuts 9 are mounted upon the pass, and space in the corner of a room which 5 threaded terminals? at opposite sides of the is now ordinarily wasted may be advan- 0 tageously utilized. The friction exerted upon the upper end of they central post or shaft by the split bearing will holdthe cupboard, normally against rotation but will -yieldreadily to slight force exerted on the cupboard, so that when it is desired to re move or insert an article, the cupboard may be readily turnedxto bring the desired com 'partment within reach. The cupboard is thoroughly braced so that its turning movement will be steady and-it cannot beshifted accidentally from itsproper position.
Having thus'described the invention, I
clai'mze A cupboard comprising a cylindrical casing,shelves within the casing, a shaft con-- centric to the casing and carrying. the leasing and .the shelves, a pan below the casing, a bearing .cup rising centrall fromwthe pan and receiving the lower on of the shaft, .a
split icolla'rencircling the upper end of the shaft,.meansfor effecting frictional engagement :hetweenithe collar and the shaft, lugs on. opposite sides of the collar, cups, means for supportin said cups in angular spaced relation to eac other and the upper end of the. shaft, pins rising from said cups, braces .eachisecured at one end in a lug on the split collar and having. its opposite end providedwith ameye: engagedover the respective pin.
In testimony whereof I afiix my signature.
EVER Ev RsoN. [1,. 8.1
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Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2553723A (en) * 1949-05-03 1951-05-22 Gladys C Perna Sanitary toothbrush holder and support
US2736627A (en) * 1953-09-17 1956-02-28 Birger J Horn Cabinet
US2933361A (en) * 1956-10-01 1960-04-19 Lancken Julian Von Der Storage device
US2944863A (en) * 1957-06-07 1960-07-12 Bertelsen Svend Iver Closet construction
EP0701923A1 (en) * 1994-09-17 1996-03-20 Ford Motor Company Limited A storage device

Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2553723A (en) * 1949-05-03 1951-05-22 Gladys C Perna Sanitary toothbrush holder and support
US2736627A (en) * 1953-09-17 1956-02-28 Birger J Horn Cabinet
US2933361A (en) * 1956-10-01 1960-04-19 Lancken Julian Von Der Storage device
US2944863A (en) * 1957-06-07 1960-07-12 Bertelsen Svend Iver Closet construction
EP0701923A1 (en) * 1994-09-17 1996-03-20 Ford Motor Company Limited A storage device

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