US2508563A - Hair-waving pin - Google Patents

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US2508563A US704047A US70404746A US2508563A US 2508563 A US2508563 A US 2508563A US 704047 A US704047 A US 704047A US 70404746 A US70404746 A US 70404746A US 2508563 A US2508563 A US 2508563A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; EQUIPMENT FOR COSMETICS OR COSMETIC TREATMENTS, e.g. FOR MANICURING OR PEDICURING
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May 23, 1950 J. R, BROWN HAIR wAvING PIN Filed Oct'. 18, 1946 IHIIV' Patented May 23, 1950 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICEv HAIR-WAVING PIN John R. Brown, Bauxite, Ark.
Application October 18, 1946, Serial No. 704,047
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This invention relates to a new and improved hair, clip and refers more particularly to a device for holding hair in a ixed position between two arms so adapted as to impart a curl or wave to the hair. The device is characterized by its simplicity and the absence of extending parts, springs, etc., in which the hair may become entangled, thus providing an eflicient, economical, simple, etc., hair curling pin. Other objects, the utility, and advantages of Amy invention will lbe apparent from the following detailed description and claims taken in conjunction with the annexed drawings where like parts are indicated by like reference numerals `and wherein:
Figure 1 is a side elevation view of my curler pin and showing the same in a closed position.
Figure 2 is also a side elevation partly in section showing the means oi' engaging the two opposing arms and the means for holding them in a closed or gripping position.
Figure 3 is a section view taken through the plane 3-3 of Figure l.
Figure 4 is a section view taken through the plane I-I of Figure 1.
Figure 5 is also a section view taken through the plane 5-5 of Figure 2.
With continued reference to the drawing, numeral i generally indicates the improved hair clip or hair waving pin. This device comprises an upper jaw 2 and a lower jaw 3 pivotally and resiliently secured together in face-to-face relationship at a location intermediate their length.
Upper jaw 2 comprises an elongated member of generally rectangular cross-section having a transversely-ribbed or ridged hair clamping surface 4 extending from one end to a location intermediate the length thereof. This member is provided with a longitudinal groove extending inwardly from its opposite end toward the adjacent end of the ridged, hair clampingA portion to provide a channel-shaped handle 5,'the open side of which is at the same side of the elongated mem-v ber as the ridged, hair clamping y portion thereof. A pair of opposed ears 8 is provided, one at each side oi the member between the transverselyridged hair clamping portion and the channelshaped handle which ears are bent over inwardly to provide a spring-retaining clip 1 between the handle and the hair clampingjfportion o! the upper jaw. These ears may be oonyeniently provided by dividing the inner end; rtions of the side-walls of the channel-shapedshandle :from the remaining portions of the .sidej-lwalls, and a (CAI. 132-32) these ears over inwardly, as is clearly illustrated 2 in Figure 4, to provide a retaining clip 1 for a nat spring arm 9.
The lower jaw 3 is preferably formed of resilient material, such as spring steel, and comprises a fiat bar of substantially the same length as the transversely-ridged, hair clamping portion 4 of the upper jaw 2, and a thickened end portion extending outwardly from one end of the bar and inclined relative thereto to provide a lower jaw handle 6 which is receivable in the channel-shaped upper jaw handle 5 when the two handles are manually compressed to open the clip. A flat spring arm 9 extends from the inner end of the lower jaw handle 6 along the handle adjacent portion of the flat bar, spaced from and substantially parallel to the latter. This spring arm is clamped under the bent-over ears 8 of the upper jaw member to pivotally and resiliently secure the two jaws together so that the bar of the lower jaw underlies the hair clamping portion of the upper jaw and is resiliently urged toward said upper jaw by the force of the spring, these portions of the two jaws being separable by manual compression of the two handles. The single flat spring arm thus pivotally and resiliently connects the two jaws together and is operatively connected to both jaws in a manner such that hair cannot be caught between the spring and either jaw or become entangled in the spring.
It will be apparent that the combination of the inclined handle 6 of arm 3 in conjunction with its integral spring arm in spring-retaining clip 1 of arm 2 provides a means for keeping the two jaws face to face as a result of the spring tension and by pressing the inclined handle of the lower jaw 3 said jaw is pulled away from jaw 2.
My hair pin waving or curling device may be constructed of relatively resilient metal such as steel or the like or conceivably all parts except the spring may be formed of wood or some similar material and the spring arm attached to jaw 3 by means of screws, rivets or some similar means.
It can readily be observed that upon exerting hand pressure on the outer ends of the handles of the improved hair clip the two jaws are relatively pivoted about the connection therebetween to open the outer ends of the jaws, said spring arm exerting a resilient pressure in a direction to urge the jaws to a closed position thus when hair is placed between the jaws the spring pressure exerts a force suflicient to have the hair pressed between the jaws and crimped as to follow the contour of the upper jaw.
It is apparent from the foregoing that I have 3 provided a new and improved device for curling hair and which in turn is simple in construction, economical to manufacture, and adapted for simple and efficient use. It is also apparent that many modiiications and arrangement of parts may be accomplished'without departing from the scope of my invention therefore I do not restrict myself to the specic example shown.
WhatI-g claim-.as=my;invention is: f y
l. A -hairclipcomprising two elongatedjaw members'disposed in side by side relationship, Ya handle of channel shaped cross section at one end of one of said jaw members, a thickened.handle..r.
at one Vend of the second jaw member inclined reliv ative to said second jaw member andreceivedin said handle ofv channel shaped cross. s etom ai.
flat resilient arm extending-irom they proximal* end of said thickened handle and spacediicm?,
said second jaw member in substantially parallel relationship iid-thelfatteigjanda pair ofnpposed ears on the rst jaw member at the, proximal end oi. saidhandle. of channel `shaped cross. section, said. ears being bent.' Qver said natresilien't arm tinterconnect said -iawV membersat the proxiymal ends' eijthe. correspondnghandles andrender said. resilient arm eiiective to resiliently urge `saidjaw membersgtogether.. y. ,Y c
2.-. .hair. clip..cermirisingv twdelcngated jaw membersdisncsed in side. by. Side relationship, a.
handleof channel. shaped. cross.. section at. one
end., of.y oneV of, said Yjaw. members, aA thickened .handleat one .end,of the .second vjaw member in- `cliried relative tcV saidV second jaw member and receivedin saidjhandle of; channel shaped cross section, a hat resilient arm extending. fromthe proximal end of said thickened handle and spaced from said second jaw member in substantially parallel relationship to the latter, and a pair of opposed ears on the first jaw member at the proximal end of said handle Yof channel shaped cross section, said ears being bent over said iiat resilient arm to interconnect said jaw members at the proximal ends of the corresponding handles and render said resilient arm eiective vto resiliently. urge said jaw members together,
said nat resilient arm being joined to said thick- '.:rened handle by a smooth formation which prev. cludes. catching of hair between said arm and said` second jaw member.
- v JOHN R. BROWN.
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US2577452A (en) * 1950-07-28 1951-12-04 Charles R Cochran Pin curl clip
US2767720A (en) * 1953-04-13 1956-10-23 Carl G Harridge Hair clamp
US2979060A (en) * 1958-06-16 1961-04-11 Reiner Kenneth Clamp biased closed by spring means

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US206896A (en) * 1878-08-13 Improvement in clasps for supporting garments
US472449A (en) * 1892-04-05 Eugxne gaudin
US1149444A (en) * 1913-08-12 1915-08-10 William H Hodgson Necktie-clip.
US1586025A (en) * 1925-06-18 1926-05-25 Burkhart Jacob Barrette
US1602640A (en) * 1925-03-05 1926-10-12 Bove Ramon Hair-waving device
FR772854A (en) * 1933-05-06 1934-11-07 Inv S Felix Benca Clip to hold hair
FR787275A (en) * 1934-06-16 1935-09-19 Cartier Device for attaching jewelry or other object to hair, bangs, fur, etc.
US2060724A (en) * 1935-01-19 1936-11-10 William B Carroll Surgical implement
US2149215A (en) * 1938-03-30 1939-02-28 Fuscaldo Hair clip and curler
US2203218A (en) * 1939-07-15 1940-06-04 Delamere Co Inc Hair curler

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US206896A (en) * 1878-08-13 Improvement in clasps for supporting garments
US472449A (en) * 1892-04-05 Eugxne gaudin
US1149444A (en) * 1913-08-12 1915-08-10 William H Hodgson Necktie-clip.
US1602640A (en) * 1925-03-05 1926-10-12 Bove Ramon Hair-waving device
US1586025A (en) * 1925-06-18 1926-05-25 Burkhart Jacob Barrette
FR772854A (en) * 1933-05-06 1934-11-07 Inv S Felix Benca Clip to hold hair
FR787275A (en) * 1934-06-16 1935-09-19 Cartier Device for attaching jewelry or other object to hair, bangs, fur, etc.
US2060724A (en) * 1935-01-19 1936-11-10 William B Carroll Surgical implement
US2149215A (en) * 1938-03-30 1939-02-28 Fuscaldo Hair clip and curler
US2203218A (en) * 1939-07-15 1940-06-04 Delamere Co Inc Hair curler

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2577452A (en) * 1950-07-28 1951-12-04 Charles R Cochran Pin curl clip
US2767720A (en) * 1953-04-13 1956-10-23 Carl G Harridge Hair clamp
US2979060A (en) * 1958-06-16 1961-04-11 Reiner Kenneth Clamp biased closed by spring means

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