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Aug. 13, 1940. DAVIS 2,211,102

BABY S BATTLE Filed March 24, 1939 Patented Aug. 13, 1940 UNITED STATES 2.211.102 nnmrs an'rrm Joseph Davis, Arlington. N. J.

' Application March 24,

6 Claims.

The following description deals with a novel improvement in babyrattles. One of the objects of the invention is to make from suitable thermo- A further object of my invention is to provide a rattle which will have no sharp or projecting parts and which will be firmly assembled for strength and security against breaking or loss of parts.

A still further object of myinvention is to add reinforcing or strengthening parts to thedevice at the points where it is likely to be subjected to the greatest strain. 7

A further object of my invention is to improve the method of assembly of such devices so that it may be made of thermoplastic material, the parts of which are either integrally. assembled or autogenically fastened together. As illustrating the improved embodiment of this invention, I have shown one form in the following drawing in which I Fig. 1 is a plan view of my improved baby rattle;

Fig. 2 is a vertical section on the lined-2 of Fig. 1; 1'

Fig. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the upper and lower shells with the contained shells in T relative positions for assembly; and

Fig. 4 is a fragmentary cross-section of the assembled shells on the line 2-4 of Fig. 1.

The device consists essentially of two complementary hollow rings or shells H and I2 and sound producing members l3, l3 suitably held loosely within the enlargements formed on the rings II and l2. s

The ring or shell H which for purpose of distinction will be referred to as the bottom ring is molded of thermoplastic material in a hollow or concave cross-section. As shown in Fig. 3 there is an outer wall It and an inner wall I! giving the ring a hollow or trough-like form. Diametrically spaced around the ring are two hemispherical perforated cups or recesses IS. ,The impor- .tant feature is that the upper edges of the walls I, I5 and recesses It shall be in a common plane.

Transverselyor, upwardly extending from the bottom-of the ring II are pins or projections ll. These are equally spaced around the ring II.' In the preferred form six of these pins are used with one pair diametrically disposed with respect to 1939, Serial are. 264,023 (c1. 40-19:)

the recesses ll and the other pairs equally spaced bringing one pin oneach side of each recess I. The plus I! extend slightly more than twice as high as the depth of the concavity in the ring.

The opposite complementary or upper ring I! 5 also has the side walls ll and II and similar recess es l6. Instead of pins H, the ring I! has apertures 18 so spaced around the bottom of the concave ring as to register with and receive the pins l1 as'indicated in Fig. 2.

The sound making devices I! have been illustrated as spherical sleigh bells slightly smaller than the inside diameter of the recesses l8.

The assembly of the rattle is easily carried out by placing a bell I! in each recess ll of one ring R section or shell. The complementary ring is then fitted upon the first ring. This brings the edges of the side wall II and I5 and of the recesses it into abutting relationship. Due to the length of the pins I'I they project through the apertures 20 II and slightly beyond as indicated in Fig. 2. The free ends of the pins II are then attached to the opposite ring I2. This is easily accomplished by the addition of slight heat it the material is thermostatic. Otherwise a slight swag- 25 ing operation will spread the end of the pin. In either event the fastening is accomplished by an increased frictional engagement between the side oi the pins l1 and the aperture it. Thus there are no projecting or rough surfaces produced.

Thus assembled the pins l'l provide reinforcements or struts firmly holding the two ring sections together with added strength against breakv age. The position of the pins with respect to the recesses l6 give added strength at the points 5 where these enlargements would tend to weaken the rattle. Incidentally, the mode of attachment serves to force the edges H and I5 tightly together so that the same effect is obtained whether or not these edges are cemented together. 40

The opposite side portions of the rings provide easy hand grips. The rattle may be changed from one hand to the other and in any position in which it is grasped will present one or the other of the recesses l6 withthe contained sound 45 producing bell. It may thus serve not only as an attractive rattle but also as a teething ring.

It will be evident that it is within the purview of this invention to use suitable materials and to vary the minor details of operation and struco ture without departing from the scope of the following claims.

What I claim is:

1. A rattle comprising a ring of uniform crosssection and having spaced enlarged recesses and 55 I a series of transverse pins, a second ring having similarly spaced enlarged recesses and a series of holes receiving said pins, and sound producing members loosely carried in said correlated recesses.

2; A rattle comprising a ring concave in crosssection, a series of pins extending transversely of said ring, said ring having spaced enlarged recesses, a second ring concave in cross-section having similarly spaced enlarged recesses and having a series of holes receiving said pins, and sound producing members loosely carried in said correlated recesses.

3. A rattle comprising a ring concave in crosssection and having spaced enlarged hemispherical recesses, a second ring concave in cross-section and having similarly spaced enlarged hemispherical recesses, sound producing members loosely carried in said correlated recesses and means for fastening said rings together in abutting relationship! 4. A rattle comprising two complementary hollow rings, enlarged recesses formed by said rings,

sound producing means loosely carried in said recesses and reinforcing means integrally formed at spaced points on one ring for attachment to the other ring.

5. A rattle comprising two complementary hollow rings, diametrically spaced enlarged recesses formed by said rings, sound producing means loosely carried in said recesses, and reinforcing means integrally formed on one ring at spaced points between said recesses for attachment to the other ring.

6. A rattle comprising a ring of plastic material and concave in cross-section, said ring having spaced enlarged recesses, a series of transverse pins integral with the ring, a second ring of plastic material, concave in cross-section and having spaced enlarged recesses registrable with those oisaid first ring. and sound-producing members loosely carried in said correlated recesses, said pins being attached to the second ring at spaced points therearoundi JOSEPH DAVIS.

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