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  • This invention relates to display devices and more specifically to an assembly providing a binder for textile swatch.
  • An important object of this invention' is to remedy the above and other undesirable results, by providing a binder for the samples, with the latter protected and, at the same time, arranged for ready display.
  • a further important object is to provide a swatch-carrying binder in which an abbreviated cover portion conceals the means for securing together the samples making up the swatch.
  • an important object is to provide means for securing together samples to form a swatch with the means permitting ready turning overof the samples for display yet holding them securely against accidental detachment.
  • Another important object is to provide means for protecting the samples of a swatch against curling, fraying, and creasing and the edge portions of the samples against soiling.
  • Fig. l is an edge view of the display device and carrier, in vertical positions for carrying.
  • Fig. 2 is a front elevation thereof.
  • Fig. 3 is an edge view with the display device and the carrier in a closed position, disposed horizontally as when disposed upon a supporting surface.
  • Fig. 4 is a view, similar to Fig. 3 but with the carrier open.
  • Fig. 5 is a plan view of a sample forming a swatch with protecting means for the sample carried thereby.
  • Fig. 6 is an enlarged fragmentary vertical longitudinal section, substantially on the line 6-6 of Fig. 5.
  • Fig. 7 is an enlarged fragmentary transverse vertical section substantially on the line 77 of Fig. 5.
  • Fig. 8 is an enlarged fragmentary vertical section of a swatch of samples with means, in vertical section, to secure the samples together.
  • the letter A designates the binder or carrier, B a swatch of textile samples C, secured together by securing means D, and each sample carrying sample edge-protecting means E, together forming a display device.
  • the hinder or carrier A comprises cover portions 10 and 11 joined together by a spine 12 and containing means 13 todetachably secure a swatch B to the binder A.
  • the cover portion 10 which may be termed the back cover portion, is an elongated, rectangular rigid portion, joined at one edge 15 to one longitudinal edge of the spine 12.
  • the cover portion 11 which may be termed the front or abbreviated cover portion, is a relatively narrow rectangular rigid portion joined at one edge 16 to the other longitudinal edge of the spine 12.
  • the spine is preferably of rigid material. In fact, all may be of the same material, as reinforced leather, imitation leather, fabric, metal or hardened plastic material, with the junctures of the cover portions and spine hinge-like so that the cover portion 11 and .spine 12 may be swung into substantially the 'same plane as the cover portion 10, or the cover portion 11 swung upwardly and over the outer face of the verticallydisposed spine and the edge 17 of the cover portion 11 resting upon the support upon which the binder is disposed, to provide therewith an inverted V.
  • Securing means 13 to detachably secure the means D to the carrier or binder B may be a conventional split ring assembly of conventional ring binders and be carried by the spine 12.
  • Carrying means 25 for the binder A may be a suitable handle, such as that shown at 26 secured to the spine 12 to extend from the outer face thereof as by the hinges 27 secured to the spine as by rivets 28. It will be noted, in Fig. 1, that the handle is offset to a position so that the structure depending therefrom will be substantially balanced.
  • the swatch B of textile samples comprises a plurality of rectangular pieces of textile samples C, having two side edges, a third, as a bottom edge, and a fourth, as a top edge, somewhat smaller than the cover portion 10, arranged in a stack.
  • the swatch may contain samples C of one weave but of various colors of that weave.
  • a binder A may (and generally does) contain a plurality of swatches B, each of a different weave. 1
  • Means D to secure together a plurality of samples C to provide a swatch B comprises a preferably narrow plate or binding strip 30 disposed at one transverse edge portion of one outermost sample and a like plate or binding strip 31 disposed at the like edge portion of the other outermost sample.
  • the plates 30 and 31 may comprise a rectangular sheet, slightly larger than the combined area of the two plates or strips, bent over at its longitudinal medial line. It may be of cardboard, pliable leather, resilient metal, resilient plastic material or the like.
  • Suitable means to secure the samples C to the plates may be rivets 32 extending through the plates and samples, with the edges of the latter disposed spaced from the bend of the rectangular sheet, so a space 33 is provided.
  • Suitable eyelets 34 are provided in the plates 30 and 31 and extending through the space 33 for accommodation of the split rings of the ring binder of the securing means 20.
  • Fig. 8 illustrates this means D generally but, owing to the enlarged view thereof, the strips 30 and 31 are, of necessity, somewhat distorted over their real shapes, since they form, in reality, more of a V in transverse section. It will be noted, as in Figs. 2 and 3 that the cover portion 11 conceals the means D when in a closed position, but does not conceal any portion of the samples extending outwardly of the strip 31.
  • the switch By extending the eyelets through the plates and not through the samples at all, we provide a means D, in which the portions of the plates occupied by the eyelets are relatively close together so that there will be none of the binding which occurs when a bulky object is moved along binder rings extending through the object.
  • the switch is usually quite bulky, since it comprises a plurality of samples.
  • this means comprises preferably two longitudinal border strips 35 together with one transverse border strip 36.
  • the strips 35 and 36 are disposed as shown in Fig. 5 at the extreme portions of the sample sheet and may be secured thereto, as by a suitable adhesive 37. It will be noted, by the full lines and dash lines of Fig. 5 that the strips 35 extend the full length of the sample sheet and the strip 36 extends the full width but overlays one terminal portion of each strip 35.
  • These strips 35 and 36 are of tough but pliable paper, and they protect the edge portions of the samples C against damage due to handling and thumbing the samples C.
  • the strips particularly the strip 36 provides a surface to carry suitable indicia, as at 38, relating to the sample or the like.
  • a third function of the strips is to provide reinforcing for the samples at the perforations 39 in the samples, where the rivets 32 extend therethrough.
  • the border strips 35 and 36 have proven very useful and, although preferably disposed upon only one face of each sample, aid materially in preserving the samples against fraying, curling, soiling and accidental folding. Since it is customary to turn over a sample of a swatch thereof by grasping the sample at one corner thereof, the double thickness of strip material there aids in preventing curling and fraying at this location.
  • the added weight represented by the transverse strip 36 at the free end portion of the sample, although light, is sufficient to cause the sample to lay fiat when turned over, as when the samples are displayed, one after another, rather than to fold over at the corners and the samples C tend to hang vertically when the border A containing the swatch B is carried as in Fig. 1, due to the weight of the strip 36, so that the samples do not fan out or flap.
  • the binder A may be spread out with its covers and 11 and spine 12 in sub stantially the same plane (as in Fig. 4) and the samples C of the uppermost swatch turned over, one after another, and the means D turned over with the last sample of this swatch. The same procedure may be followed as to the other swatches.
  • An alternate method of displaying the samples C is to form an inverted V of the cover portion 11 and spine 12 and turn the samples to extend over the apex of the inverted V.
  • the uppermost means D will come to rest upon this apex also and other means D may be disposed one after another on this first means D.
  • a binder assembly for said swatch in combination with a swatch of samples of pliable material, each sample having two opposite side edges, a third edge and a fourth edge both normal to said side edges with said fourth e@e of each sample in substantially the same plane, a binder assembly for said swatch, includ ing means to secure together said samples, including a substantially rectangular sheet folded transversely to provide a fold line and two overlapping binding strips with one of said binding strips extending over the fourth edge portion of the outermost sample and the other of said binding strips extending under said fourth edge portion of the innermost sample, said fourth edges of said samples being spaced from said fold line, whereby a space is provided between said edges and said fold line, an eyelet extending through said binding strips and said space and drawing said binding.

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March 26, 1957 KRAMER ETAL 2,786,281
BINDER FOR TEXTILE'SWATCH 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Aug. 29, 1955 INVENTORS Otto L. Krqmer David J. Zlmon ATTORNEY) L Hr.. liiuh lliimlm.
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March 26, 1957 KRAMER ET AL 2,786,281
BINDER FOR TEXTILE SWATCH Filed Aug. 29, 1955 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 99" "917/917 7 w a d \u/ G) o 9. 3 p "36 7 Z 1 39 i "T (35 1's 6 E FIG.6 36 I III/II/II/II/I/ III] INVENTORS Ofio L. Kramer David J. Zimon ATTORNEY} %Mea fizz/ a BINDER FOR TEXTILE SWATCH Otto L. Kramer and David J. Ziman, Los Angeles, Calif.
Application August 29, 1955, Serial No. 531,229 1 Claim. (CI. 35-55 This invention relates to display devices and more specifically to an assembly providing a binder for textile swatch.
In the display of textiles, for example, by a manufacturers agent to a prospective purchaser of the same it is common practice to assemble a plurality of textile samples, of substantially the same size, and staple them to gether adjacent a like edge thereof to provide a swatch and aflix a tab, such as by the use of a staple or pin upon each sample, with the tab containing identifying and other data. The agent or prospective purchaser then thumbs over the samples so that he may decide as to the purchase of the material. This eventually results in the samples becoming curled, frayed, creased, and/or soiled and these undesirable results are also often brought about by the agent carrying the swatch about with him, loose in a receptacle as a sample case. Sometimes, too, the tab becomes loosened from the sample and drops off.
An important object of this invention'is to remedy the above and other undesirable results, by providing a binder for the samples, with the latter protected and, at the same time, arranged for ready display.
A further important object is to provide a swatch-carrying binder in which an abbreviated cover portion conceals the means for securing together the samples making up the swatch.
Moreover, an important object is to provide means for securing together samples to form a swatch with the means permitting ready turning overof the samples for display yet holding them securely against accidental detachment.
Another important object is to provide means for protecting the samples of a swatch against curling, fraying, and creasing and the edge portions of the samples against soiling.
Other objects and advantages of the invention will be apparent during the course of the following detailed description of the invention, taken in connection with the accompanying drawings forming a part of this disclosure, and in which drawings:
Fig. l is an edge view of the display device and carrier, in vertical positions for carrying.
Fig. 2 is a front elevation thereof.
Fig. 3 is an edge view with the display device and the carrier in a closed position, disposed horizontally as when disposed upon a supporting surface.
Fig. 4 is a view, similar to Fig. 3 but with the carrier open.
Fig. 5 is a plan view of a sample forming a swatch with protecting means for the sample carried thereby.
Fig. 6 is an enlarged fragmentary vertical longitudinal section, substantially on the line 6-6 of Fig. 5.
Fig. 7 is an enlarged fragmentary transverse vertical section substantially on the line 77 of Fig. 5.
Fig. 8 is an enlarged fragmentary vertical section of a swatch of samples with means, in vertical section, to secure the samples together.
2,786,281 PatentedMar. 216,1957.
. spending parts throughout the several views, the letter A designates the binder or carrier, B a swatch of textile samples C, secured together by securing means D, and each sample carrying sample edge-protecting means E, together forming a display device.
The hinder or carrier A comprises cover portions 10 and 11 joined together by a spine 12 and containing means 13 todetachably secure a swatch B to the binder A. Preferably, the cover portion 10, which may be termed the back cover portion, is an elongated, rectangular rigid portion, joined at one edge 15 to one longitudinal edge of the spine 12.
The cover portion 11, which may be termed the front or abbreviated cover portion, is a relatively narrow rectangular rigid portion joined at one edge 16 to the other longitudinal edge of the spine 12. Like the cover portions 10 and 11,.the spine is preferably of rigid material. In fact, all may be of the same material, as reinforced leather, imitation leather, fabric, metal or hardened plastic material, with the junctures of the cover portions and spine hinge-like so that the cover portion 11 and .spine 12 may be swung into substantially the 'same plane as the cover portion 10, or the cover portion 11 swung upwardly and over the outer face of the verticallydisposed spine and the edge 17 of the cover portion 11 resting upon the support upon which the binder is disposed, to provide therewith an inverted V.
Securing means 13 to detachably secure the means D to the carrier or binder B, may be a conventional split ring assembly of conventional ring binders and be carried by the spine 12.
Carrying means 25 for the binder A may be a suitable handle, such as that shown at 26 secured to the spine 12 to extend from the outer face thereof as by the hinges 27 secured to the spine as by rivets 28. It will be noted, in Fig. 1, that the handle is offset to a position so that the structure depending therefrom will be substantially balanced.
In order to protect the outermost sample C we may provide a suitable protective sheet 29 of transparent plastic or the like to be positioned as in Fig. 3.
The swatch B of textile samples comprises a plurality of rectangular pieces of textile samples C, having two side edges, a third, as a bottom edge, and a fourth, as a top edge, somewhat smaller than the cover portion 10, arranged in a stack. As an example the swatch may contain samples C of one weave but of various colors of that weave. Of course, a binder A may (and generally does) contain a plurality of swatches B, each of a different weave. 1
Means D to secure together a plurality of samples C to provide a swatch B comprises a preferably narrow plate or binding strip 30 disposed at one transverse edge portion of one outermost sample and a like plate or binding strip 31 disposed at the like edge portion of the other outermost sample. The plates 30 and 31 may comprise a rectangular sheet, slightly larger than the combined area of the two plates or strips, bent over at its longitudinal medial line. It may be of cardboard, pliable leather, resilient metal, resilient plastic material or the like. Suitable means to secure the samples C to the plates may be rivets 32 extending through the plates and samples, with the edges of the latter disposed spaced from the bend of the rectangular sheet, so a space 33 is provided. Suitable eyelets 34 are provided in the plates 30 and 31 and extending through the space 33 for accommodation of the split rings of the ring binder of the securing means 20. Fig. 8 illustrates this means D generally but, owing to the enlarged view thereof, the strips 30 and 31 are, of necessity, somewhat distorted over their real shapes, since they form, in reality, more of a V in transverse section. It will be noted, as in Figs. 2 and 3 that the cover portion 11 conceals the means D when in a closed position, but does not conceal any portion of the samples extending outwardly of the strip 31. By extending the eyelets through the plates and not through the samples at all, we provide a means D, in which the portions of the plates occupied by the eyelets are relatively close together so that there will be none of the binding which occurs when a bulky object is moved along binder rings extending through the object. Of necessity, the switch is usually quite bulky, since it comprises a plurality of samples.
Referring now to the protecting means E for the edges of each sample C, this means comprises preferably two longitudinal border strips 35 together with one transverse border strip 36. The strips 35 and 36 are disposed as shown in Fig. 5 at the extreme portions of the sample sheet and may be secured thereto, as by a suitable adhesive 37. It will be noted, by the full lines and dash lines of Fig. 5 that the strips 35 extend the full length of the sample sheet and the strip 36 extends the full width but overlays one terminal portion of each strip 35. These strips 35 and 36 are of tough but pliable paper, and they protect the edge portions of the samples C against damage due to handling and thumbing the samples C. Moreover, the strips, particularly the strip 36 provides a surface to carry suitable indicia, as at 38, relating to the sample or the like. A third function of the strips is to provide reinforcing for the samples at the perforations 39 in the samples, where the rivets 32 extend therethrough. The border strips 35 and 36 have proven very useful and, although preferably disposed upon only one face of each sample, aid materially in preserving the samples against fraying, curling, soiling and accidental folding. Since it is customary to turn over a sample of a swatch thereof by grasping the sample at one corner thereof, the double thickness of strip material there aids in preventing curling and fraying at this location. It has been found that the added weight, represented by the transverse strip 36 at the free end portion of the sample, although light, is sufficient to cause the sample to lay fiat when turned over, as when the samples are displayed, one after another, rather than to fold over at the corners and the samples C tend to hang vertically when the border A containing the swatch B is carried as in Fig. 1, due to the weight of the strip 36, so that the samples do not fan out or flap.
It is believed now clear that when a binder'A containing a swatch B of samples C, the weave of which has been abandoned, the entire swatch may be readily removed and discarded.
As for the display of the samples, the binder A may be spread out with its covers and 11 and spine 12 in sub stantially the same plane (as in Fig. 4) and the samples C of the uppermost swatch turned over, one after another, and the means D turned over with the last sample of this swatch. The same procedure may be followed as to the other swatches.
An alternate method of displaying the samples C is to form an inverted V of the cover portion 11 and spine 12 and turn the samples to extend over the apex of the inverted V. Of course the uppermost means D will come to rest upon this apex also and other means D may be disposed one after another on this first means D.
Various changes may be made to the form of the invention herein shown and described Without departing from the spirit of the invention or scope of the claim.
What is claimed is:
In combination witha swatch of samples of pliable material, each sample having two opposite side edges, a third edge and a fourth edge both normal to said side edges with said fourth e@e of each sample in substantially the same plane, a binder assembly for said swatch, includ ing means to secure together said samples, including a substantially rectangular sheet folded transversely to provide a fold line and two overlapping binding strips with one of said binding strips extending over the fourth edge portion of the outermost sample and the other of said binding strips extending under said fourth edge portion of the innermost sample, said fourth edges of said samples being spaced from said fold line, whereby a space is provided between said edges and said fold line, an eyelet extending through said binding strips and said space and drawing said binding. strips together adjacent said fold line; means securing said binding strips to all of said samples; protecting means for a sample comprising a plurality of strips of tough pliable material one extending along and secured to each of the side edge portions of said samples to extend to said side edges thereof and a strip of tough pliable material extending along and secured to the edge portion of the third edge thereof, and overlapping similar terminal portions of two adjacent of said plurality of strips, and a carrier for said swatch, including a swingable cover portion normally substantially covering said one of said binding strips, said carrier being provided with means for swingably securing said binding strips to said carrier beneath said cover portion, the lastnamed means including a split ring extending through said binding strips and through said eyelet.
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