US2290144A - Pasteboard floor-display stand - Google Patents

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US2290144A US341453A US34145340A US2290144A US 2290144 A US2290144 A US 2290144A US 341453 A US341453 A US 341453A US 34145340 A US34145340 A US 34145340A US 2290144 A US2290144 A US 2290144A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
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    • A47F5/112Adjustable or foldable or dismountable display stands made of cardboard, paper or the like hand-folded from sheet material
    • A47F5/114Adjustable or foldable or dismountable display stands made of cardboard, paper or the like hand-folded from sheet material in the form of trays with a base
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    • G09EDUCATION; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
    • G09FDISPLAYING; ADVERTISING; SIGNS; LABELS OR NAME-PLATES; SEALS
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July 14, 1942. M. KATZ PASTEBOARD FLOOR-DISPLAY STAND Filed June 20, 1940 2 Sheets-Sheet l INVENTOR Murray M; 705' M yfiw i ORNEY July 14, 1942. M. KA TZ PASTEBOARD FLOOR-DISPLAY STAND I Filed June 20, 5.940 2 Sheets-Sheet 2' INVENTOR Murray fiat Patented July 14, 1942 PASTEBOARD FLOOR-DISPLAY STAND Murray Katz, New York, N. Y., assignor to Consolidated Mounting and Finishing Corporation,

New York, N. Y.

Application June 20, 1940, Serial.No. 341,453

(61. 2&6-44) 5 Claims.

This invention relates to pasteboard floor-display stands of the type adapted to carry and display merchandise and advertising messages. More particularly this invention relates to the above type of stand which is capable of being shipped in assembled but collapsed flattened condition and in use, capable of being set-up and knocked-down.

One of the objects of the invention is the provision of such a stand which is simple in construction and easy to manufacture and assemble. A further object is to provide such a stand which is easy to manipulate in setting-up and when set-up is not vulnerable to inadvertent or accidental collapse and .yet can be readily collapsed into its original folded flat condition for compact storage. Other objects are to provide a stand which in flattened condition, takes up a minimum of Space, rendering shipping highly efiicient. Still further objects, some involving details of construction of the broader objectives above outlined are contemplated by this invention. These will be more readily understood by the disclosure in the specification.

Certain features of construction giving improved results over the prior art will also become apparent in the following specification having reference to the accompanying drawings forming part of this disclosure in which:

Fig. 1 is a perspective view of one embodiment of my invention.

Fig. 2 is a horizontal section substantially on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1.

Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical section taken substantially on the line 3-3 of Fig. 2.

Fig. 4 is a view similar to Fig. 2 but in a partially collapsed position.

Fig. 5 is a section substantially on the line 5-5 of Fig. 4.

Fig. 6 is a section taken substantially on the line 6-6 on Fig. 4.

Fig. '7 is a perspective view of another form of the invention.

Fig. 8 is a section taken substantially on the line 8-8 of Fig. 7.

Fig. 9 is a section taken substantially on the line 9-9 of Fig; 8.

Fig. 10 is a View similar to Fi 9 but in somewhat collapsed condition.

Fig. 11 is a section taken substantially on the line ll-H of Fig. 10.

Fig. 12 is a section'taken substantially on the line-lZ-IZ of Fig. 11.

Referring to Fig. 1, thestand comprises a pasteboardbody It, including a rear piece I Land a front piece Hi. The front piece comprises a front section l3, intermediate section l4, and end flaps l5. The latter are secured to the rear and alongthe side edges of the rear piece I l by means of adhesive or the like. Crease-scores I6, between the center and each of the intermediate sections, are provided to define the lines along which these parts fold against each other in flattened condition of the device, as clearly seen in Fig. 5. This collapsing aspect of the invention will be more fully explained later.

The crease-scores are not objectionably apparent in the stand in its "set-up condition inasmuch as the circular continuity is not destroyed thereby. The means prescribing this circular formation of the body will also be more fully described later.

In the set-up condition as seen in Figs. 1, 2 and 3, the front portion of the body is in the form of a cylinder and the rear portion involving the rear piece H is a chordal surface. The entire device however appears to be round when seen from the front or in a substantially oblique view.

Within the body is an upper deck 26 and a lower deck 2|. These are also made of pasteboard and are spaced apart, each disposed near its respective top and bottom edges of the body. Each deck has a flap 22 extending therefrom and is hingeable along a crease-score defining the flap and disposed adjacent the front surface of the rear piece H. The shape of the decks is similar to the internal surface of the body in its set-up position, as shown in Fig. 2. The flaps 22 may be in any manner suitable secured to the rear piece so that the decks may be swung thereagainst while hinged along the said crease-scores. The lower deck is provided with an opening 30 through which a column member 3|. is adapted to extend. This column comprises a web 32 hingedly integral with flanges 39 and has at the upper end of the web thereof a flap 33 which is hingedly integral with the web. This flap is secured to. the underside ofthe upper deck 20 by adhesive or other suitable means. This flap is crease-scored as at 34 to provide the hinge and at 35 in order to provide suitable space accommodations for the column 3| in its folded condition, as will be more fully described in connection with Fig. 4.

The lower deck 2! is also secured to the web 32 of the column by its attachment to a hingeable flap 3'! integral with and extending from the deck along a crease-score 38 forming saidhinge. Thiscrease-scoreisdisposed'adjacent a part of the perimeter of the opening 30. These flanges are longitudinally hingeable at their juncture with the web along suitable crease-scores 4| and are adapted to fold therealong and against the web in their collapsed condition as seen in Fig. 5, in condition not quite fully collapsed. The outward or setup position of these flanges 39 is limited by the divert edges 40 of the opening 30 against which they abut. The outline boundary of the opening 30 includes arcuate edges 42, each having its center or radius substantially at the crease-score at the junctures of the hinge 4| in the plane of the deck 2|. The radius of these arcs may be slightly smaller than the width of the flanges so that frictional engagement is provided between the edges of the opening 30 and the free edges of the flanges 39. This frictional engagement is particularly effective in the outward position of the flanges. This feature assures the retention of the flanges in their set-up position and prevents their inadvertent folding-in, leaving the entire device vulnerable to inadvertent collapse. In operation of the device, and referring to the constructions of Figs. 4, 5, and 6, it will be seen that in the hands of the user, the device in fiat form, with the decks 20 and 2| laying against the rear piece H, the column 3| has its flanges folded-in against each other, one against the web. In this condition, the upper end of the column is positioned against the lower surface of the upper deck and the lower end of the folded column is between the deck 2| and the rear piece The front section l3 of the body overlies the bottom deck and the central portion of the column,

leaving the upper portion of the column and an adjacent portion of the upper deck exposed and projecting from the upper edge of the front piece. This projection in a construction of different proportions (not shown) and having a deep crib compartment for receiving the merchandise on display for sale, could be made invisible, the said deck being hidden within the front and rear portions II and I3 in such folded condition. In either construction there is provided in folded condition a unit highly compact for shipping or storage.

In setting-up the display, no instructions are necessary inasmuch as the very nature of the parts and their simplicity of assembly makes the required manipulations obvious. The front piece E3 will upon handling have the natural tendency to yawn, which upon being furthered, will cause the body to assume an ovate form. Thereafter, with the lower edge of the device resting on the floor, the upper deck is swung down into the ovalized tubular body, and in so doing, the lower deck 2| follows suit, it being under parallel influence of the column. In its downward movement it too assists in forming the ultimate shape of the tubular body. Both of the decks are thus swung down until the bottom of the column strikes the floor whereupon the decks are properly positioned. The flanges of the column may be spread by reaching through the opening Ila. The device is now ready to receive the merchandise for sale and display within the confines of the upper crib or compartment having the upper deck as a base and the walls thereof formed by the upwardly extending parts and the rear piece, front piece, and the auxiliary side pieces. It will be noticed that in the event the above device is held suspended from the floor in the setting-up manipulations, and, in the further event the upper deck is manually positioned too far down in the body, upon placing the entire device on the floor, the decks are automatically properly repositioned. The opening Ila in the rear piece H may be used to give access to stored additional merchandise within the interior of the body and supported on the lower deck. Also, the rear piece may extend much further above the upper edge of the front piece and much above the merchandise if desired, to give a large, visibly effective advertising message space. The exposed front and side surfaces of the cylindrical body may, of course, also be used for advertising message purposes.

Referring to the other modification of Figs. '7 to 12, the principal common parts having similar functions as those described in the previous form have been given the same reference characters and therefore the description of this form will be confined to the variations from the first. The outline of the body comprises a rear piece H and the front piece 49 is polygonal comprising the middle section 50 integrally contiguous with angular intermediate sections 5|, and end sec tions 52 also integrally contiguous with the sections 5|. The upper edge of these sections 50,

5| and 52 is preferably inturned as at 500., 5|a, and 52a prespectively and the sections 5611 and 5la are preferably provided with slotted openings 50b and iii?) to receive in the set-up condition the tabs 50c and 5|c respectively. It will also be noted that the column construction in certain respects is reverse to that shown in the first described modification. The flanges thereof extend in the direction forward with respect to the rear piece The operations in setting-up and knocking-down of this form are however, the same as the form previously described. Also opposite is the direction of the flap 55 as attached to the web of the column, and extends in an upwardly direction so that it is not required to double over upon itself in the collapsed condition, but is instead, extended or flattened out, and so requires less space in such condition. As seen in Fig. 11, the inturned cuffs 50a and 5|a have a tendency to bulge inwardly as at 50c and 5|c in all conditions, due to the internal perimeter space therefor being less than lineal measure of the cuff equal to the external perimeter of the portions of the body surrounding the cuff. These bulges create a latching engagement for the edgewise projecting tabs 50d and 5ld on the upper deck. Inasmuch as the flanges 39 in this form fold toward the front, a simple flap 55, secured to the underside of the deck 20 and hinged as at 51 is all that is necessary.

The general principle of the first form has been retained and applied in the second form except that in addition, certain advantageous features have been incorporated. The cuif feature gives a more finished appearance to the upper edges and in conjunction with the tabs provides a safer stand less prone to inadvertent collapse, yet, easily collapsible on purpose. Further, the supporting strength of the top deck is enhanced by this construction and there is less possibility of warpage.

It is obvious that other outlined shapes may be had to provide various shapes of display cells and that in any particular form the cells may be compounded along a common back piece to provide a unitary device with a plurality of merchandise retaining compartments. It is understood that other changes may be made without department from the spirit of the invention.

Having thus described my invention in reference to certain preferred embodiments, what I desire to claim are the principal aspects of these embodiments as defined in the following claims:

1. In a pasteboard floor-display stand of the character described the combination including a body comprising a rigid back piece and a front piece secured to the back piece, said front piece comprising a plurality of sections defined by scores whereby the front piece is collapsible toward the rear piece, spaced upper and lower deck pieces each hingedly secured to the back piece and having an edge engageable with the front piece to keep the front piece distended, an opening in said lower deck piece, and a column member rigid between said deck pieces and hingedly secured along an upper edge to the underside of the upper deck piece along a line spaced from the said upper deck edge, a lower end of said column member passing through said opening in the lower deck piece and hingedly secured thereto along an edge of the said lower deck opening.

2. In a pasteboard floor-display stand of the character described the combination including a body comprising a rigid back piece and a front piece secured to the back piece, said front piece comprising a plurality of sections defined by scores whereby the front piece is collapsible toward the rear piece, spaced upper and lower deck pieces each hingedly secured to the back piece and engageable with the front piece to keep the front piece distended, said lower deck piece having an opening, a portion of said opening comprising a straight edge parallel to the said hinges of the deck pieces to the rear piece, and a column member rigid between said deck pieces and hingedly attached thereto, the column hinge of the lower deck piece being along the said edge of the opening.

3. In a pasteboard floor-display stand of the character described the combination including a body comprising a rigid back piece and a front piece secured to the back piece, said front piece comprising a plurality of sections defined by scores whereby the front piece is collapsible toward the rear piece, spaced upper and lower deck pieces each hingedly secured to the back piece and engageable with the front piece to keep the front piece distended, an opening in said lower deck piece, said opening having a straight side parallel to the said hinges of the deck pieces, a column member rigid between said deck pieces but hingedly attached thereto, the hinge with the lower deck piece being along the said edge of the opening, said column member having collapsible flanges extendable through said opening and projectable for engagement with the lower deck piece in fully distended position of the front piece, and means for retaining the said flanges in engagement with said lower deck piece in their projected position during said distention of the front piece, whereby collapse of the flanges is prerequisite to collapse of the body.

4. In a pasteboard floor-display stand of the character described the combination including a body comprising a rigid back piece and a front piece secured to the back piece, said front piece comprising a plurality of sections defined by scores whereby the front piece is collapsible toward the rear piece, spaced upper and lower deck pieces each hingedly secured to the back piece and engageable with the front piece to keep the front piece distended, an opening in said lower deck piece, and a column member rigid between said deck pieces and hingedly secured thereto, said upper deck being of outline shape the same as the outline shape of the body in said distended condition, said front piece having a bottom edge extending below the level of the lower deck for engagement with a supporting surface and said column member extending from the underside of said upper deck through said opening in the lower deck to said supporting surface.

5. In a pasteboard floor-display stand of the character described the combination including a body comprising a rigid back piece and a front piece secured to the back piece, said front piece comprising a plurality of sections defined by scores whereby the front piece is collapsible toward the rear piece, spaced upper and lower deck pieces each hingedly secured to the back piece and engageable with the front piece to keep the front piece distended, a column member rigid between said deck pieces and hingedly secured thereto, said column having a web and flanges hingeably integral therewith and adapted to be spread apart, said lower deck having an opening thru which said web extends, and means in said lower deck for engaging said flanges in spread condition of the said flanges.

MURRAY KATZ.

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