US2028591A - Change receiver and advertising device - Google Patents

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US2028591A
US2028591A US739679A US73967934A US2028591A US 2028591 A US2028591 A US 2028591A US 739679 A US739679 A US 739679A US 73967934 A US73967934 A US 73967934A US 2028591 A US2028591 A US 2028591A
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jan. 2l, 1936. l.. coHN v CHANGE RECEIVER AND ADVERTISING DEVICE Filed Aug. 15, I1934 vill INVENTOR. y BY LEO CoH/v m, Clou/(MAW v( EYS.
ATTORN Patented Jan. 2l, 1936 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE CHANGE RECEIVER AND ADVERTISING DEVICE '7 Claims.
This invention relates to change receivers and advertising devices, and an object is to provide a tiltable change tray which, as often as depressed by the hand when picking up coins deposited therein, will cause to be automatically actuated an advertising' device having a display surface which will be conspicuously exhibited momentarily in front of the person operating the tray.
A further object is to provide an article of this character wherein the advertising device employed and also the tray are formed and constructed to automatically return to normal positions following each operation of depressing the ray.
Another object is to provide a device of this character consisting of but a few operative parts which are combined to produce a device the form of which is highly artistic.
A still further object is to provide a device of this character which is of light weight and portable, so that it can be readily placed wherever desired, such as upon show cases, counters or upon the customary front ledge of a cashiers booth.
With the above and other objects in View, which will appear as the nature of the invention is better understood, the same consists in the improved construction and novel arrangements of parts which will hereinafter be fully described and particularly pointed out in the claims.
In the accompanying drawing has been illustrated certain preferred forms oi the invention, it being, however, understood that no limitations are necessarily made to the precise structural details therein exhibited, but that changes, alterations and modifications Within the scope of the claims may be resorted to when desired.
In the accompanying drawing,
Figure l is a plan view of the device with parts broken away;
Figure 2 is a view in front elevation thereof;
Figure 3 is a section taken on the line 3-3 of Figure 1;
Figure 4 is a view similar to Figure 3, showing the position oi the parts when the tray is manually depressed;
Figure 5 is a section on line 5 5 of Figure 3;
Figure 6 is a fragmentary view similar to Figure 4 of a slightly different form of the device.
In carrying the invention into practice, use is made of a suitable ornamental casing III having hollow vertical ends II-II and a horizontal supporting base I2.
Pivoted to tilt vertically on the hinge brackets I3 at the front of the base I2 is a changereceiving tray I4, the same dished as shown. This is best accomplished by upsetting the material of the tray to provide same with angularly related marginal beads I5. The tray is mounted slightly'off center so as to normally assume the raised position shown in Figure 3.
Mounted to oscillate in bearing brackets I6 in the ends II of the casing is a shaft I1, the same passing longitudinally through a substantially rectangular display device I8, the same Ahaving an arcuate weight forming portion I9 concentrically related to the shaft Il to maintain the device in the normal position shown in Figure 3. When in the position just referred to, the wall 26 of the device will rest againstA a stop pin v2I which rises vertically from the base I2, thus limiting the movement of the device in one direction about its'axes. Movement of the device in an opposite direction will be limited by the angular surface 22 thereof contacting with said stop pin as shown in Figure 4. l
The tray I4 is provided with a rearwardly extending arm 23 which is co-operable with a vertically movable pin 24, the latter having its u ends mounted in the vertically alined passages 25 in the bracket I6 at one endv ci the casing. III. The lower end of this pin is disposed above the nose 26 of the arm 23, so as to engage therewith when the tray is depressed manually to the position shown in Figure 4.
It should be borne in mind that the device I8 is xed to rotate with the shaft I'i so that when the shaft is turned in the direction of the arrow in Figure 4 the device I8 will be made to assume a position where the curved display surface 21 of the Weight portion I9 will be effectively exposed from above the. inner. edge of the tray when the latter is fully depressed. On reference to. Figure 3 it will be observed that the device I8 normally occupies a position where the display surface 2l of the weight portion I9 is concealed in back of said tray.
The aforementioned pin 24 is provided with a longitudinal series of spaced apart rings 28 adapted to intermesh with the teeth of a small gear pinion 29 on shaft I'I.
In the modied form of the invention shown in Figure 6 of the drawing, the gear pinion 29a, of the device I8a meshes with the teeth 30 of a quandrant 3|, the latter pivoted at 32 to a bracket 33. Said quadrant is provided with a pin 34 against which a co-acting pin 35 on a vertically movable stem 36 is adapted to engage. The stem is movable vertically in a xed sleeve 31, and, as illustrated, an angular shaped portion 38 of the stern passes through an opening 25a, in the bracket la, whereby to hold the stem against rotation. In'this form, the arm 23a of the tray Ma is disposed beneath the stem 36 so as to engage same as the tray is depressed, and thus raise same in order that motion Will be imparted to the pinion 29a through the quadrant 3l.
Any suitable advertising matter can be printed or otherwise suitably formed on the display surface 2l. In like manner, advertising matter can be placed on the angular surfaces 39 and 40 of the device I8. When coins are placed in the tray, it follows that they will move downwardly therein and against the linear bead l5 at the front of the tray. As they are being gathered or picked up therefrom, the tray Will be tilted to the position shown in Figure 4, causing the advertising device I8 to turn on its axis until the surface 22 contacts with the pin, at which time said surface will be directly exhibited in an attractive manner in front of the person operating said tray. lWhen pressure of the hand is removed from the tray, the latter, as well as the device I8, will instantly return to its normal position, shown in Figure 3.
What is claimed is:
1. In mechanism of the class described, a tiltable normally counter-balanced change tray; a tiltable display device having a display surface correlated to the change tray to be concealed thereby when the tray is in a. normal counterbalanced position, and means for tilting the display device to expose the display surface thereof when the tray is depressed, and including a shaft supporting the display device; an arm on the tray; and means disposed to be engaged by the arm when the tray is depressed and having operative motion imparting connection with the shaft to turn same and thus tilt the display device and expose the display surface thereof from the tray.
2. In mechanism of the class described, a tiltable normally counter-balanced change tray; a tiltable display device having a display surface correlated to the change tray to be concealed in back thereof when the tray is in a normal counter-balanced position, means for tilting the display device to expose the display surface thereof when the tray is depressed, said means including an oscillatory shaft on which the display device is xedly mounted to oscillate therewith, means on the tray, power transferring means cooperable with the tray means and the shaft to turn same in one direction, and a weight portion on the display device for turning the shaft in an opposite direction.
3. In mechanism of the class described, a display device mounted to turn about a horizontal axis, a tiltable change tray disposed in front of the display device, the display device having a display surface normally concealed by the tray, and means controlled by an actuation imparted to the tray when removing change there- Ytray and said display device for moving the latter in an Vopposite direction on depressing the tray.
5. In combination with a tiltable change tray,
an advertising device movable about a horizontal axis and correlated with the tray to be concealed thereby when the tray is in one position, and means for moving the display device during movement of the tray to another position and exposing the device for view, and comprising a gear pinion on the device; an arm xed to the tray, and motion imparting means disposed to be engaged by the arm when the tray is tilted in one direction and having means co-operable with the pinion to turn the device about its axis.
6. The combination, with a change tray pivoted to tilt about a horizontal axis and having its pivot disposed to normally counterbalance the tray; an oscillatory display device mounted in back of the tray to be normally partly concealed by the tray and having a fixed pinion at its oscillatory axis; a vertically slidable device having a vertical series of rings adapted to mesh with the teeth of the pinion, and means on the tray for moving the slidable device in one direction to turn the display device and display the normally concealed part thereof when the tray is tilted in one direction.
7. In mechanism of the class described, an elongated display device mounted to turn about a horizontal axis and provided with a portion acting as a weight to turn the device in one direction; a vertically tiltable normally counterbalanced change tray behind which a portion of the device is normally concealed; and means actuated by the tray for turning the device against the normal action of the weight portion thereof and thus display the normally concealed portion of said device.
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