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US1899748A US563779A US56377931A US1899748A US 1899748 A US1899748 A US 1899748A US 563779 A US563779 A US 563779A US 56377931 A US56377931 A US 56377931A US 1899748 A US1899748 A US 1899748A
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Feb. 28, 1933.

RECEPTACLE Fol LIP sTIcxs 193,1 2 Sheets-Sheet l Filed Sept. '19

INVENTOR Edward 5. Corne|l,Jr:,

BY M -Uc/Qf,

ATTORNEY yFeb. 2.8, 1933. E. s. CORNELL, JR l 1,899,748

RECEPTACLE Fon LIP sTIcxs Filed sept. 19, 1931 zsneets-sheet 2 uhmm l'. 18A f 11 zlA l5 x la la 'M 2 Hummm @0^ INVENTOR Edw Vrl'cl S.Corne|l,Jr., M me. H ORNEY Patented Feb. 28, 1933 UNITED STATES viml'l-:lwr ol-FICE EDWARD S; CORNELL, JR., F WATERTOWN, CONNECTICUT RECEPTACLE FOB- IJI STICKS Application led September 19, 1931. Serial 110.568,779.

. being preferably non-rotatively actuated in the direction of its axis.

Pursuant to my invention,` the total number of required parts has been materially reduced, as compared withpresent and prior art receptacles of this chara-cter. My invention is also advantageous in that the mechanical operations required in the construction of the parts are of readily formable character, and the formed parts simply assembled by nested relation with one another.

In general, my invention comprises a pair of cam related elements, utilizing a convex or bead cam and associated concave groove, or equivalent,ifor the movably related elements, and guide means or formations extending parallel to the longitudinal axis of the receptacle to eli'ect non-rotative relation of the article carrying member relative to the outermost part of the receptacle.

My invention may be embodied in forms with or without the use of a separable cover, optionally with the manufacturer, and depending largely upon the itemI of cost of manufacture. A

Further features and objects of the invention will be more fully understood from the following detail description and accompanying drawings, in which Fig. 1 is an elevational perspective view of a form of my invention, the cover being removed and the lip stick or other suitable cosmetic elevated to its use position;

Fig. 2 is a central vertical sectional elevation of Fig. 1, Iwith the cover in position;

Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional elevation of Fig. 2, the cover being removed; the lip stick carrier element is shown in its elevated or use position, substantially-corresponding to that appearing in Fig. l; y Fig. 4 is a sectional elevation, on a greatly 5* enlarged scale, on line 4-4 of Fig. 3; f

Fig. 5 is a central vertical section of another form of the invention;

Fig. 6 is a top plan view ofFig. 5, parts thereof being omitted for the sake of clarity; Figs. 7 8 and 9 illustratea further embodi ment of my invention; Fig. 7 shows the body of the receptacle in side elevation and the cover in perspective view, Fig. 8 is acentral vertical sectional view of the body of the device, and Fig. 9 is a sectional elevation on line 9-,9 of Fig. 8. It will be observed that the upper portion, and also the cover,y are designed of hexagonal conguration.

Fig. 10 is the sectional elevation similar 79 to Fig. 9, but illustrating the upper portion of the device of square configuration; and

Fig. 11 is a sectional elevation similar tol Fig. 9, and illustrating the upper body portion of the device of oval configuration.

Referring to Figs. 1 to 4, the lip stick or other suitable cosmetic, indicated at -10, is positioned in a suitable, dished article carrying member 11, which latter is frictionally'received and held within the sleeve member 12. The sleeve member 12 is disposed between and in axially displaceable relation with the interrnediately disposed sleeve member 13. The vaxial displacement of the inner sleeve member 12 relative to the intermediately disposed sleeve member 13, is attained by suitable cooperating bead cam and cam groove elements, as, for example, providing the intermediately disposed sleeve 13 with an l inwardly extending, i. e., convex bead cam 14 e andthe inner sleeve 12 with a concave cam groove 15. The inner sleeve member 12, see Figs. 2 and 4, is preferably provided with suitable means forattaining axial displace-l ment free of rotation, as by forming outwardly projecting vertical ribs 16 on theinner sleeve member 12 of such number as mayV be desired, which ribs 16 are received within and guided by vertically extending grooves 10o 17 of the outermost sleeve member 18, see

enclose and conceal the outermost sleeve Vao 'member 18, when the cosmetic stick 10, or

equivalent, has been moved to its concealed position. .-f

Any desired lip formation as indicated at 18a, usually for artistic effect, may be formed7 at the upper end of the outermost sleeve member 18. The outermost sleeve member 18 is retained in position as may be desired, as by inwardly crimping its lower end, as indicated at 18?).

In the use of the above described form of` my invention, the cosmetic stick 10 is moved from its concealed position to its exposed., i. e., use position, by grasping the member 18 with one hand and the rim 20 of the bottom member- 19 with the other hand and effecting a twist or rotation, whereby the intermediately disposed sleeve` member 13 being stationary relative to the bottom member 19, and the carrier member 11 being nonrotative relative to the outermost sleeve member 18, the twist. or rotation effects the axial displacement of the inner sleeve member 12 and therewith the carrier member 11 by the movement of its guide ribs 16 in the guide grooves 17 of the member 18, the inner sleeve member 12 being held stationary relative to the carrier member 11 by their mutual frictional engagement.

The embodiment shown in Figs. 5 and 6 conforms largely to that appearing in the foregoing figures and like parts are designated by like reference characters. However, the embodiment illustrated in Figs. 5

and 6 is arranged to haveva wholly smooth,

i. e., cylindrical outer face'without the use of a cover, lfor which purpose an additional outer sleeve member 22 is employed, which is secured in rotative relation Withthe intermediately disposed sleeve member 13 (and therefore in rotative relation with` the bottom member 19). The outersleeve member 18 is retained within the member 22, by. inwardly crimping Figs. 7 to 11 illustrate the utilization of` configurations other than circular, the embodiment illustrated in detail in Figs. 7, 8 t and 9, having` ahexagonal configuration, that of Fig. 10 a square configuration and that of Fi g; 11 an' oval configuration.

The embodiment illustrated in Figs. 7, 8 and 9 corresponds generally to that illustrated in Figs. 1 to 4 and like reference characters are employed to designate like parts, bearing in mind -thatthe lower portion of tle inner sleeve member 12 is of circular configuration and its upper portion 12A the configuration of that selected for the receptacle, in this instance hexagonal. In this embodiment, the intermediately disposed sleeve member 18 vis circular in cross-section in its body portion, and in this instance secured to or integral with thelaterally extending rim `20A of the bottom member 19, which for artistic effect as well as for ease of manipula- `tion is of the same configuration as that of the receptacle, in this instance hexagonal.

Correspondingly, the sleeve member 187 in this instance the outermost sleeve member,

is of circular cross-section at its body portion, and at its upper portion 18A is that of the configuration of the receptacle, i. e., hex- .agonaL The carrier member 11 conforms in its configuration with that of the receptacle, and

in the embodiment illustrated in Figs. 7, 8 and 9, is of hexagonal contour, the cosmetic stick 10, or equivalent, being of like configuration in cross-section. A The cover 21A, if used, has a configuration corresponding to that of the receptacle, and in the instance illustrated in Fig. 7 of hexagonal contour.

The axial displacement of the carrier member 11, in the embodiment shown in Figs.4 7, Sand 9, corresponds to that of the hereinabove described embodiments, the spiral cam rib 14 functioning with the. spiral cam groove 15 in like manner to elevate the cosmetic stick 10, or equivalent, upon applyedge 20A of the bottom member 19 relative to the outer sleeve member 18 which may be readily grasped at its non-circular face 18A.

The selected non-circular configuration may7 be a square, as is indicated in Fi 10, in which instance the upper portion 18 of the outer sleeve 18, and the upper portion 12B of the inner cam sleeve 12 are of square configuration, the lower portions of these memers being circular as hereinabovel described.

Should the manufacturer desire an oval configuration, such configuration determines that of the upper portion 18C of the outer member 18 and the upper portion 12C of the inner cam member 12, as appears in Fig. 11.

Should a cover be desired for the embodiments shown in Figs. 10 and 11, such cover has a configuration corresponding to that of the receptacle, as hereinabove described.

It will be observed that the configurations of the embodiments typified in Figs. 7 and 8, and in F ig. 10 and in Fig. 11, possess artistic appearance, that is to say, eliminate the guide ribs 17, or equivalent, of the outermost member 18, which are exposed to view upon removal of the cover 21, inthe embodiment illustrated in Figs. 1 to 4.

As will be apparent to those skilled in the art, the various constituent parts of my receptacle may be formed of any suitable material, which is capable of being shaped or molded to have the desired formations and configurations, among which materials I cite metal, plastic compositions and the like. l

As appears, my invention provides for cam groove and cam bead follower elements for the inner sleeve member and the intermediately disposed sleeve member, the inner sleeve member serving to directly receive and support the carrier member, the bottom member being operativelyconnected with the intermediately disposed member whereb upon rotation of the bottom member in eit er direction the carrier member and therewith the therein contained article are moved. from concealed position to exposed position and vice versa.

In the non-circular forms of my invention, the configuration of such non-circular forms provides the extending means and guide means therefor of the circular forms of my invention, for effecting axial displacement of the carrier member in its movement from concealed positionto exposed position` and vice versa in longitudinal axial direction, that is to say, without rotation of the carrier member and the article therein-contained.

Whereas I have described my invention by reference to specific forms thereof, itwill be understood that many changes and modifications may be madewithout departing from the spirit of the invention.

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1. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member for containing the .article to be dispensed, an outer member serving as the wall of the body of the receptacle, a bottom member for the receptacle, and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and .said out-er member, said intermediately disposed member and said carrier member being provided with cam groove and cam bead follower elements for supporting and displacing said carrier member to and from concealed and exposed positions, said carrier member and said intermediately disposed member having a length materially less than said outer member, said bottom member being operatively connectedwith said intermediately disposed member.

2. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member for containing the article to be dispensed, an outer member serving as the wall of the body of the receptacle, a bottom member for the receptacle, and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, said intermediately disposed member supporting and displacing said 'carrier member to and from concealed and exposed positions, said carrier member and said intermediately disposed member having a length materially less than said outer member, said bottom member being operatively connected with said intermediately disposed member, `saidvcarrier member and said intermediately disposed member comprising spiral cam groove and spiral cam bead follower elements. 3. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member, an outer member, said carrier member and said outer member being i provided with co-operating axially parallelly extending elements and guide means therefor, a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, said carrier member and said intermediately disposed member having a. length materially less than said outer member and being provided with spiral cam groove and spiral cam bead follower elements, and a bottom member for manual operation for effecting axial displacement between said 4carrier member and said intermediately disposed member.

4. A receptacle comprising a carrier member, an outer member, an actuating member d1sposed 1ntermed1ate said carrier member and said outer member, said carrier member and said intermediately disposed member having a length materially less than said outer member and being provided with cam and cam follower` elements, said outer member being provided with a lengthwise disposed guiding track extending upward beyond the top of the intermediate member, a projection on the top of the carrier member .engaging the guiding track above the top of the intermediate member in all positions of adJustment of the carrier member, and means for manually rotating the intermediate member with'relation to the other two members.

5. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member forcontaining the article to be dispensed, an outer member serving as the wall of tlie body of the receptacle, a bottom member for the receptacle and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, such intermediately disposed member supporting and axially. and non-rotatively` displacing 'said carrier member to and from concealed and exposed positions, said carrier and said intermediately disposed members comprising cam groove and cam bead follower elements, said bottom member serving to cooperate said cam groove and said cam bead follower elements.

6. In a receptacle, the combination of a Carrier member for containing the article to f be dispensed, an outer member serving as the wall of the body ofthe receptacle, a bottomv 4member for the receptacle and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and .i said outer member, such intermediately disposed member supporting and axially and non-rotatively displacing said carrier member to andvfrom concealed and exposed positions, said carrier and said intermediately disposed members comprising cam groove and cam bead follower elements, saidouter member being provided with axially parallelly extending guide edges, said bottom member serving to cooperate said cam groove and said cam bead follower elements.

7. In a receptacle, the Combination ofa carrier member, an outer member, said car. rier member and said o uter member being provided with cooperatiqflg axially parallelly extending elements and guide means therefor, and a member disposed intermediate salgd carrler member and said outer member,

t such intermediately disposed member effect- -lng axlal displacement of said carrier member upon relative rotation, said carrier and said .intermediately disposed members being provided with cam groove and cam bead follower elements, and a bottom member, said outer member and said'bottom member being rotatively mounted relative toy one another, said bottom member serving to cooperate said cam groove and said cam bead follower elements.

8. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member, an outer member, lsaid carrier member and said outer member being provided with cooperating axially parallelly extending elements and guide means therefor, and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, such intermediately disposed member effecting axial dispaeement of said carrier member upon relative rotation, said carrier and said intermediately disposed members being provided 'with cam groove and cam bead follower elements, an'd a bottom member, said outer member and said bottom member being rotativemediately disposed member effecting axialdisplacement of said carrier member upon relative rotation, said `carrier and said intermediately disposed Amembers being provided with cam groove and cam bead follower elements, and a bottom member, said outer member and said bottom member being rotatively -mounted relative to one another, said carrier member being of non-circular configuration and said mtermedlately disposed member bemg of circular configuratlon, said bottom member serving to cooperate said cam groove and said cam bead follower elements.

10. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member, an outer member, and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, such intermediately disposed member effecting axial disdisplacement of said carrier member upon relative rotation, said carrier and said intermediately disposed members being provided with cam groove and cam bead follower elements, and a bottom member, said outer member and said bottom member being rotatively mounted relative to one another, said car- `rier member being of non-circular configuration, and said outer member having an upper portion of like non-circular configuration, said bottom member serving'to cooperate said cam groove andsaid cam bead follower elements.' n

11. In a receptacle, the combination of a carrier member, an outer member, and a member disposed intermediate said carrier member and said outer member, such intermediztely disposed member effecting axial displacement of said carrier member uponrelative rotation, said carrier and said inter-l mediately disposed members being provided with lcam groove and cam bead follower elements, and a bottom member, said outer member and said bottom member being rotatively mounted relative to one another, said carrier member being of non-circular configuration, said outer member having an upper portion of like noncircular configuration and said intermediately disposed member havingcircular configuration, said bottom member serving to cooperate said cam groove and said cam bead follower elements. z

In testimony whereof I have signed this specificationl this 18th day of September,

EDWARD S. CORNELL, Je.V

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US2521168A (en) * 1947-05-29 1950-09-05 Bridgeport Metal Goods Mfg Co Cosmetic holder
US2546195A (en) * 1948-11-16 1951-03-27 Chase Brass & Copper Co Lipstick container
US2610734A (en) * 1950-10-05 1952-09-16 Risdon Mfg Co Lipstick holder and the like
US2626047A (en) * 1948-05-03 1953-01-20 Max Factor & Co Cosmetic holder
US2681390A (en) * 1951-01-23 1954-06-15 Rola Company Inc Diaphragm for loud speakers
US2797844A (en) * 1952-06-06 1957-07-02 Airkem Inc Adjustable diffuser devices
US2815122A (en) * 1955-07-19 1957-12-03 Gillette Co Cosmetic container
US2815123A (en) * 1955-11-28 1957-12-03 Gillette Co Cosmetic container cup
US2823796A (en) * 1956-03-13 1958-02-18 Juliette Marglen Inc Lipstick holder
US2973504A (en) * 1951-03-26 1961-02-28 Robert J Bobber Sonic echo system
US3091329A (en) * 1960-08-15 1963-05-28 Dorset Rex Inc Cosmetic mass holder
US3132743A (en) * 1962-01-19 1964-05-12 Risdon Mfg Co Cosmetic container
US3547551A (en) * 1966-09-22 1970-12-15 Ejectoret Sa Holders for protecting sticks of pasty materials
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US5851078A (en) * 1996-12-17 1998-12-22 Anchor Advanced Products, Inc. Mechanism for extending and retracting a cosmetic pomade
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US2521168A (en) * 1947-05-29 1950-09-05 Bridgeport Metal Goods Mfg Co Cosmetic holder
US2626047A (en) * 1948-05-03 1953-01-20 Max Factor & Co Cosmetic holder
US2546195A (en) * 1948-11-16 1951-03-27 Chase Brass & Copper Co Lipstick container
US2610734A (en) * 1950-10-05 1952-09-16 Risdon Mfg Co Lipstick holder and the like
US2681390A (en) * 1951-01-23 1954-06-15 Rola Company Inc Diaphragm for loud speakers
US2973504A (en) * 1951-03-26 1961-02-28 Robert J Bobber Sonic echo system
US2797844A (en) * 1952-06-06 1957-07-02 Airkem Inc Adjustable diffuser devices
US2815122A (en) * 1955-07-19 1957-12-03 Gillette Co Cosmetic container
US2815123A (en) * 1955-11-28 1957-12-03 Gillette Co Cosmetic container cup
US2823796A (en) * 1956-03-13 1958-02-18 Juliette Marglen Inc Lipstick holder
US3091329A (en) * 1960-08-15 1963-05-28 Dorset Rex Inc Cosmetic mass holder
US3132743A (en) * 1962-01-19 1964-05-12 Risdon Mfg Co Cosmetic container
US3547551A (en) * 1966-09-22 1970-12-15 Ejectoret Sa Holders for protecting sticks of pasty materials
FR2742028A1 (en) * 1995-12-11 1997-06-13 Cosmoplast Sa Rotating case for lipstick
US5851078A (en) * 1996-12-17 1998-12-22 Anchor Advanced Products, Inc. Mechanism for extending and retracting a cosmetic pomade
US20130233338A1 (en) * 2010-11-23 2013-09-12 Jianhai Chen Multi-color cosmetic packaging tin
US9095199B2 (en) * 2010-11-23 2015-08-04 Jianhai Chen Multi-color cosmetic packaging tin
USD793860S1 (en) 2016-02-01 2017-08-08 Pfizer Inc. Container
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