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US253427A US253427DA US253427A US 253427 A US253427 A US 253427A US 253427D A US253427D A US 253427DA US 253427 A US253427 A US 253427A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D41/00Caps, e.g. crown caps or crown seals, i.e. members having parts arranged for engagement with the external periphery of a neck or wall defining a pouring opening or discharge aperture; Protective cap-like covers for closure members, e.g. decorative covers of metal foil or paper
    • B65D41/02Caps or cap-like covers without lines of weakness, tearing strips, tags, or like opening or removal devices
    • B65D41/28Caps combined with stoppers

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  • the invention relates to improvements in fasteners for the Stoppers or covers of bottles and other vessels. It is specially applicable for use in closing the mouths of bottles containing sparkling wines or eervesceut waters.
  • the object of the invention is to obviate the necessity, in a neat, economical manner, of securing corks in bottles, jugs, Sac., by means of strings, wire, &c.
  • FIG. 1 is a vertical section of the upper part of a bottle having the invention applied.
  • Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the fastener de'- tached from the bottle.
  • -Figx is a side elevation of the cap D, and
  • Fig. et is a top and side view of the ring f.
  • A indicates a bottle
  • B the usual cork or stopper, which will be inserted in the neck of -the-bott-le in the customary way.
  • D denotes the cap or cover, of a sizeadapted to pass over the cork and mouth of the bottle, as illustrated in Fig. l, and which consists of a plain body inclosed at its upper end, and having at opposite sides, near its base7 the vertical slots a and the horizontal slots b, the slots b leading from the upper ends ot' the slots a and at right angles thereto.
  • the purpose of the cap and slot will be explained hereinafter.
  • the collar or shoulder d Upon the neck of the bottle, near its upper v end, is usually provided the collar or shoulder d, and this collar we utilize in the efl'ectuation of the Objects of ourinvention. Below the collar d we prefer to attach or mold with the bottle the collar or shoulder e, which is a plain projection extending around the neck of the bottle.
  • the ring f which is made in two sections, g h, having ⁇ intermeshing ends and provided with the lugs i.
  • the ring may be formed around the neck of bottles varying in size without the use of mechanical appliances and without delay. It is well known that in the manufacture of bottles the exact proportions of the necks and other parts vary in some respects, and to readily adapt the ring f to these varying proportions is the purpose ot constructing it in sections having ends which intermesh.
  • the sections q h are of such size that when placed upon the neck of the bottle they will form a ring which will snugly t the article, but at the same time be capable of an easy revolving movement thereon.
  • the lugs i project outward at right angles on each side thereof.
  • the pressure ofthe gas within the bottle forces the cork against the cap D, which, by drawing on the lugs j, prevents the ring f from turning easily, and thus the whole is locked in place.
  • the bottle may be opened by simply turning ⁇ the ring f until its lugs z' come opposite to the slots a, when the cap may be removed by hand or will lbe blown away by the gas contained in the wine.
  • the rin g f may be turned by the thumb and finger easily and without force.
  • the cork may be fastened without loss of time and without unusual effort.

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vPatented Fe`b.7, 1882.
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' H. L. o. RBNAULDsE M. B. STAFFORD..
BOTTLE STOPPER PASTENING. No.. 253,427.
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UNITED STATES- H; L. CHARLES RENAULD,
,PATENT OFFICE.
OF BROOKLYN, AND MARSHALL B.' STAFFORD, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
BOTTLE-STOPPER FASTENING.
l SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 253,427, dated February 7, 1882.
Application filed November 2, 1881. (No model.)
T0 all lwhom it may concern Be it known-that we, H. L. CHARLES RE- NAULD, of Brooklyn,Kin gs county, NewYork, and MARSHALL B. STAFFORD, of the city, county, and said State of New York, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Bottlc-Stopper Fastenings, of which the following is a specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawings.
The invention relates to improvements in fasteners for the Stoppers or covers of bottles and other vessels. It is specially applicable for use in closing the mouths of bottles containing sparkling wines or eervesceut waters.
The object of the invention is to obviate the necessity, in a neat, economical manner, of securing corks in bottles, jugs, Sac., by means of strings, wire, &c.
The particular nature of the invention will be understood from the detailed description hereinafter presented, reference being had to the accompanying` drawings, of which- Figure 1 is a vertical section of the upper part of a bottle having the invention applied. Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the fastener de'- tached from the bottle. -Figx is a side elevation of the cap D, and Fig. et is a top and side view of the ring f.
A indicates a bottle, and B the usual cork or stopper, which will be inserted in the neck of -the-bott-le in the customary way.
D denotes the cap or cover, of a sizeadapted to pass over the cork and mouth of the bottle, as illustrated in Fig. l, and which consists of a plain body inclosed at its upper end, and having at opposite sides, near its base7 the vertical slots a and the horizontal slots b, the slots b leading from the upper ends ot' the slots a and at right angles thereto. The purpose of the cap and slot will be explained hereinafter.
Upon the neck of the bottle, near its upper v end, is usually provided the collar or shoulder d, and this collar we utilize in the efl'ectuation of the Objects of ourinvention. Below the collar d we prefer to attach or mold with the bottle the collar or shoulder e, which is a plain projection extending around the neck of the bottle.
Between the collars d e we place the ring f, which is made in two sections, g h, having` intermeshing ends and provided with the lugs i. By means ot the sections g h, having intermeshing ends, the ring may be formed around the neck of bottles varying in size without the use of mechanical appliances and without delay. It is well known that in the manufacture of bottles the exact proportions of the necks and other parts vary in some respects, and to readily adapt the ring f to these varying proportions is the purpose ot constructing it in sections having ends which intermesh. The sections q h are of such size that when placed upon the neck of the bottle they will form a ring which will snugly t the article, but at the same time be capable of an easy revolving movement thereon. When the ring is formed the lugs i project outward at right angles on each side thereof.
vIn the employment of our invention upon champagnebottles, after the bottle has been filled the cork is inserted in the usual manner and the ring f applied7 after which the plunger 0f the bottling-machine (if a machine is used) is raised from the cork and the cap or cover D inserted over the mouth of the bottle and pressure again applied, the slots a in the lower edge of the cap slipping down over the lugs t'. The cap is *locked in this position by turning the ring fso that its lugs i will enter the horizontal slots b. When the parts arein this position the pressure ofthe gas within the bottle forces the cork against the cap D, which, by drawing on the lugs j, prevents the ring f from turning easily, and thus the whole is locked in place. The bottle may be opened by simply turning` the ring f until its lugs z' come opposite to the slots a, when the cap may be removed by hand or will lbe blown away by the gas contained in the wine.
It-should be particularly noted that in securing the cap upon the bottle the rin g f, not at that time having any strain upon it, may be turned by the thumb and finger easily and without force. Thus the cork may be fastened without loss of time and without unusual effort.
What we claim as our invention, and desire In testimony that We claim the foregoing to secure by Letters Patent, is improvement in bottle-stopper fastenings, as
The fastening herein described for securing above described, We have hereunto set our 15 the stopper in bottles and other vessels, conhands this 28th day of October, 1881.
5 sisting of the cap D, adapted to pass over the stopper and mouth of the vessel, and provided H. L. CEAS. RENAULD.
at its lower portion with the slots a b, in com- MARSHALL B. STAFFORD.'
bination with thering,` j", composed of sections g h, having` intermeshingends and carrying the Witnesses:
1o lugs i, the ring being applied on the neck of GHAs. C. GILL, 1 the vessel to turn and cause the lugs to lock HERMAN GUSTOW. A or free the cap, substantially as set forth.
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