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US1988211A
US1988211A US723969A US72396934A US1988211A US 1988211 A US1988211 A US 1988211A US 723969 A US723969 A US 723969A US 72396934 A US72396934 A US 72396934A US 1988211 A US1988211 A US 1988211A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
    • A24F1/00Tobacco pipes
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
    • A24F2700/00Tobacco pipes; Bad-covers or accessories for smokers' pipes
    • A24F2700/01Collapsible pipes and pipes in general

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SMOKING PIPE P. F. NELSON Filed May 4, 1934 Jan. l5, 1935.
Patented Jan. 15, 1935 *if y i SMOKING PIPE Per F. Nelson, Melrose Park, Ill. Application May 4, i934, serial No. 723,969
1 oloim.- i (ol. lele-12) One of my objects is to provide a construction obstruction thus insuring proper cleaning ofthe of pipe which will be highly sanitary, vreadily passage 8 and plug 6; cleaned, and which will result in cool and dry The tubular stern "portion of the pipe repv smokes. resented at 10 is shown as provided as a part sep- 5 Another object is to provide a construction of arate from the plug 6 (though it may be integral 5 pipe which will permit of the interchange or therewith if desired) the stem shown being adaptsubstitution of bowl portions as desired. ed to be removably connected with the plug at Another object is to provide a construction the outer end of the passage, 8- i whereby the bowl portion may be used with As vWill be understood from' the foregoing, el
l0 either end uppermost; and other objects as will Pipe COIlStruCted in eleeerdelllee With my illVeIl- 10' be manifest from the following description. tion lends itself to ready cleansing and is thus Referring to the accompanying drawing: rendered highli7 Sanitary- The bOWl DOrtOll 4 Figure 1 is a view in side elevation, partly secand plug 6 uDOrl being diSeOhlleC'ed may be reedtional, of o pipe constituting en embodiment of ily cleansed ofaccumulations of 'ashes and moisi my invention, the part thereof shown in section ture at the bottom of the pipe, insuring Cooland 15.
being viewed on the line l in Fig. 2 and in the dri7 SrOkeS.` The ebSellCe 0f ally DOCket belOW f direotion of the arrow the plane of the passage 8 prevents undesirable Figure 2 is a section taken at the line 2 on aeeumulatiOhS ih the bottom 0f the pipe which Fig. 1 and viewed in the direction oi the arrow; if OCCurriIlg are diieul't of removal. i
and Furthermore, the pipe constructed asy stated 20 Figure 3, a plan view of the Closure member for may be caused to present substantially vthe same the bottom of the bowl of the pipe, together desirable neat appearance es that presented by with a portion of the stem. all Ordinary Dipe- In accordance with the preferred illustrated y As will be understood, the invention may be embodiment of my invention, the pipe comprises embodied in a pipe constructed to receive the 25 a bowl portion represented at 4 and provided C10Sure member 6 et 011e erldorlly of its bowl with a substantially straight bore 5 therethrough POrSiOIl 4. HOWeVer, it iS preferred that'the open at its opposite ends, and a pipe-stembowl portion be adapted to receive the closure equipped removable and replaceable closure mem` member et either end, thereby providing for rebei 6 for the bowl portion 4 of any deeirabie versal of the pipe 4bowl relative rvto the closure 30 I material, as for exemple metal, and serving to Inembe1-, in which oase the end of the bowl por- -retein in the bowl portion tobacco charged into tlon which Was uppermosty and open 1n the prethe pipe vious smoke is closed by the plug and is in lower- The closure member 6 which may be provided moet position, Whereas its opposite end is upperof any suitable form is shown as in the form of` mOSt- 35 an upwardly tapering plug adapting it to be In the use of the pipe involving the reversal wedged into the bowl portion 4, which latter is of the bowl as stated, the user after completing preferably adapted to receive the plug into either the Smoke, may dump, 0 1 OthelWlSe remOVe, the of the ends of the bore 5, the ritter being siigntashes from the bowl portlonend then pack a new 1y outwardly flared to insure the desired Wedge ft charge oi?v tobacco into the bowl portion. The 40 closure member 6 at the bottom of the bowl is then removed and inserted into the bore at the other then closed end of the bowl portion, in which position the stem becomes located atthe of the plug with the bowl portion 4.
The upper surface of the plug, by preference, is recessed as represented at 7 to cause it to be of bowl shape as shown,fand opening into the lowest portion of the recess '1 is a lateral passage 8 which opens through a side of the plug.
In other words, the pipe may be smoked flrst The inner terminal end of the wall portion 9 onhdtf nbglmadbhunotg: ff Phe pasage 8 is preferably substantially C0 located at all times at fresh, dry tobacco, and at incident with the center of the recess 7 as shown, a portion of the bowl which is thoroughly clean 5o whereby this end of the well portlon 9 merges and dry because of the heat to which it Vwas 1nto the curvedI wall of the recess 7 and thus a subjected in the previous smoking operation, pipe cleaner inserted into the outer end of the thereby enhancing the obtaining of raoclean, cool, passage may readily slide therethrough and upand dry smoke, and aiding in the maintaining wardly along the side of the recess 7 without of the pipe in highly sanitary condition.
bottom of the charge of tobacco to be smoked. 45,
While I have illustratedand described a particular construction embodying my invention, I
do not wish to be understood as intending to limit it thereto as the same may be variously 5 modified and altered without departing from thespirit of my invention.
What vI claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is: Y, t
A smoking pipe having a bowl portion open 10 at its y bOGtom, a removable. closure member for the bottom --ofY said bowl portion, said member having a bowl-shaped cavity open to the interior of said bowl portion and a lateral passage opening into said cavity, the Vjuncture of the lower wall of said passage with the wall of said cavity being, substantially coincident with the center of said cavity, whereby a pipe cleaner inserted into said passage and into said cavity will slide from said passage to, and along, the wall of the cavity, without obstruction, and a stem opening into said passage.y e
' PER F. NELSON.
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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2619969A (en) * 1949-04-11 1952-12-02 Chester C Doty Tobacco pipe
US2725882A (en) * 1953-04-22 1955-12-06 Christian W Christophersen Smoking pipe
US3323526A (en) * 1964-06-30 1967-06-06 Doweil William Barry Smoking pipe

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2619969A (en) * 1949-04-11 1952-12-02 Chester C Doty Tobacco pipe
US2725882A (en) * 1953-04-22 1955-12-06 Christian W Christophersen Smoking pipe
US3323526A (en) * 1964-06-30 1967-06-06 Doweil William Barry Smoking pipe

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