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US1962575A
US1962575A US637096A US63709632A US1962575A US 1962575 A US1962575 A US 1962575A US 637096 A US637096 A US 637096A US 63709632 A US63709632 A US 63709632A US 1962575 A US1962575 A US 1962575A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
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J1me 1934. s. SILVERMAN ATTACHMENT FOR TABLES Filed Oct. 10. 1952 Iizven to rvfw 4 ,6 Z a Patented June lZ, 1934 I 1,962,575

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE ATTACHMENT FOR TABLES Samue Silverman, Los Angeles, Calif. Application October 10, 1932, Serial No. 637,096

2 Claims. (Cl. 45-75) This invention relates to an attachment for a with the parts when the legs of the table are table such as is generally used for card-playing in a folded position; and also so it will be parallel and the like, and preferably a table with folding with the leg and entirely out of the way and not legs, and the principal object is to provide a interfere with the handling of the table.

5 folding cup-holding attachment that can be The base is provided with a spring exten- 60 easily secured to a table leg that can be folded sion 16 that is bayonet in form so it is offset from up with the legs so it is entirely out of the way the base, and pivotally secured to this extension when the table legs are in folded position and by a pivot pin 17 is the offset end of the spring which also will not interfere with the folding arm 18. This arm has its other end portion 10 of the table legs. turned into the form of a shepherds crook to 65 Another object is to provide a folding attachform a spring clasp seat 19 for the detachable ment for a table leg having-a removable cup that ash-tray or cup 20. can be used either as an ash-tray for pipe, cigar The arm 18 is provided with a recess 21 into and cigarette ashes, or whichcan be used to which the head of the screw 13 is extended to 15 hold the pencils and score-cards of a game or temporarily hold the arm 18 parallel with the 70 filled with edible dainties such as small candies leg 11 or in a folded position. The spring exor candy fruit. I tension 16 is offset from the base 10 so it will Other objects, advantages and features of inyield inwardly when the arm 18 is moved outvention may appear from the accompanying wardly to seat its recess on or remove it from 20 drawing, the subjoined detailed description and the screw head 13. That is, the extensions to 75 the appended claims. the base and arm are offset therefrom so that The accompanying drawing illustrates the inwhen the arm is moved to seat its recess 21 on vention, in which: the screwhead 13 or remove it therefrom the Figure 1 is a perspective view of a card-table extension 16 can spring inwardly to compensate 25 having folding legs with my attachment confor such arm movement to thereby'take the outgo nected to each of its legs that are in open posiward strain off of the pivot pin 17. ti n ready for use. The spring extension 16 is provided with a stop Fig. 2 is a fragmental enlarged section on flange 22 that is arranged to hold the arm 18 line 2--2, Fig. 1, showing my attachment in a at right angles to the leg 11 when it is in its folded position, and indicating by fragmental unfolded position or in use so it holds the cup dotted lines the horizontal position of a spring in position to receive the ashes from pipes, cigars arm when the appliance is in use. or cigarettes, or so it can be filled with candies Fig. 3 is a fragmental cross section on line and the like, as previously indicated. 3--3 of Fig. 2. The cup 20 is provided with an outer annular 35 Fig. 4is aview of my attachment when folded, recess 23 to receive the spring clasp crook 19 90 and the table leg on which it is mounted isalso so that while these parts are very securely confolded, showing that when so arranged the atnected, the cup is readily and easily detached for tachment will not interfere with the handling emptying it of ashes or for filling it with candies and close packing of the table with other tables. and the like.

40 Fig. 5 is another cross section through a table In the accompanying drawing I show my at- 95 leg showing a plan view of my attachment when tachment secured to the legs of an ordinary cardin an open position ready for use. table but it is understood that it can be attached Fig. 6 is a fragmental inside view of a table to any kind of table, and also if desired each leg leg showing the base and associated parts for of the table can be provided with one of my supporting my attachment. attachments, as semi-diagrammatically indicated 100 Fig. 7 is a section on the line 7--7 of Fig. 6 in the perspective drawing shown in Fig. 1. showing the detailed construction of the base and In Figs. 2 and 4 the detailed construction of associated parts. an ordinary card table is shown but this forms Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the ash-cup or no part of my invention but is shown only to tray detached from its supporting arm. make clear the construction and use of my at- 105 My attachment for acard-table includes a base tachment. Such table usually includes a rec- 10 that is attached to a folding leg 11 of a cardtangular wood frame 24 to which the false top table 12 by screws 13 and 14 and is arranged on 25 and top cloth cover 26 are secured, and pivotthe leg 11 on the side opposite to the collapsible ally connected to the frame 24 are the collapsbrace 15 so the attachment will not interfere ible legs 11 and braces 15, as previously stated. n

In use my attachment is secured to the leg of a table, as fully described, and by a pull on the arm 18 it is released from a folded or parallel position with the leg to which it is attached and moved downward and outward to a right angle to the leg where the cup 20 is easily accessible to a person or persons seated at the table. The tension of the crook 19 is sufficient to secure y hold the cup 20 seated therein both while the arm 18 is either in a folded or unfolded position, and also the cup can be easily removed or replaced on the cup seat by manually moving it endwise of the arm toward or from the seat until it is fully clasped or unclasped by the crook.

Ordinarily I provide two of my attachments for each card table, but it is obvious that I may use one or four as may be desired by the players at the table.

When I use four of my attachments I prefer that two of the cups 20 be used as ash-trays while the other two he used for holding edible dainties such as small candies, fruit and the like.

I claim as my invention:

1. In an attachment for a table having folding legs, the combination with a base adapted to be secured to one of the legs of said table, a bayonet-like spring extension to said base, a spring arm having an offset extension at one end that is pivotally secured to the spring extension of said base, a spring crook integral with the other end of said arm that is bent to form a cup seat,

a screw head at the upper end of said base that is arranged to engage a recess in said spring arm to hold said arm in a folded position, a flange in tegral with the bottom end of the spring extension of said base for holding said arm in unfolded position, of a cup adapted to be forced into the seat of said crook so it will be claspingly engaged and held while said arm is either in a folded or unfolded position.

2. man attachment for a table having folding legs the combination with a base secured to one of the legs of said table, a downwardly extending spring extension integral with said base and ofiset therefrom, a spring arm, an offset spring extension at one end of said arm, a pivot pin pivotally connecting the lower ends of said extensions together, a crook integral with the other end of said arm that is bent to form an open cup seat, a screw head extended from the upper end of said base for engaging a recess in said arm to detachably hold said arm in a folded position parallel to the leg to which it is attached, said extension to said base being arranged to spring inwardly toward the table leg to thereby take the strain off of said pivot pin when said am is moved outwardly to release it from said screw head, of a cup adapted to be forced into said crook seat so it will be claspingly engaged and detachably held while said am is either in a folded or unfolded position.

' SAMUEL SILVERMAN.

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Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2641264A (en) * 1950-09-27 1953-06-09 Herman E Stock Ash tray for vehicles
US2706138A (en) * 1952-03-07 1955-04-12 Richard W Luce Pivotally mounted holder for table legs
US5586804A (en) * 1995-06-19 1996-12-24 Krueger International, Inc. Beverage container holder for a folding chair
US20050051059A1 (en) * 2003-09-09 2005-03-10 James Gordon Holder for games accessories
US20050054089A1 (en) * 2003-09-05 2005-03-10 Helfand Stuart Charles Malignant endothelial cell line and uses thereof in models for angiogenesis
US20150173507A1 (en) * 2012-01-25 2015-06-25 Stewart Cardon Overbed table holder system

Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2641264A (en) * 1950-09-27 1953-06-09 Herman E Stock Ash tray for vehicles
US2706138A (en) * 1952-03-07 1955-04-12 Richard W Luce Pivotally mounted holder for table legs
US5586804A (en) * 1995-06-19 1996-12-24 Krueger International, Inc. Beverage container holder for a folding chair
US20050054089A1 (en) * 2003-09-05 2005-03-10 Helfand Stuart Charles Malignant endothelial cell line and uses thereof in models for angiogenesis
US20050051059A1 (en) * 2003-09-09 2005-03-10 James Gordon Holder for games accessories
US7044063B2 (en) * 2003-09-09 2006-05-16 James Gordon Holder for games accessories
US20150173507A1 (en) * 2012-01-25 2015-06-25 Stewart Cardon Overbed table holder system
US9301602B2 (en) * 2012-01-25 2016-04-05 Stewart Cardon Overbed table holder system

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