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US3303987A
US3303987A US51322965A US3303987A US 3303987 A US3303987 A US 3303987A US 51322965 A US51322965 A US 51322965A US 3303987 A US3303987 A US 3303987A
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M. CAINE FLIP FOLD MAIL Feb. 14, 1967 5 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Dec. 13, 1965 M fw 2 g E: N a K 2 M G/F T SUBSCRIPTION Feb. 14, 1967 M. CAINE 3,303,987

FLIP FOLD MAIL Filed Dec. 13, 1965 5 Sheets-Sheet 2 1 .4414!!!!ll!!!'llllll 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIA IIII'IIJ INVENIOR Nil Zon Came BY WW TTDRNE 5 M. CAINE FLIP FOLD MAIL Feb. 14, 1967 5 Sheets-Sheet 5 Filed Dec. 15, 1965 INVENT OR Milton Casi/7e BY We #4 A7TURNY5 United States Patent 3,303,987 FLIP FOLD MAIL Milton Caine, 83-35 139th St., Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11415 Filed Dec. 13, 1965, Ser. No. 513,229 Claims. (Cl. 22992.8)

This application is a continuation-in-part of my patent application Serial No. 354,308, filed March 24, 1964, now Patent No. 3,223,312.

The invention relates generally to cards or similar printed sheets and particularly to cards or sheets adapted to be transmitted by mail.

A principal object of the present invention is to provide a mailable card or sheet that is usable by the recipients for identification or other purposes.

Another object of the invention is to provide a card or sheet of this character whereby addressing and mailing are greatly facilitated and rendered economical.

A further object of the invention is to provide a card in which a detachable portion thereof is capable of easy separation from the main body of the card, which separated portion is then rendered usable by the recipient for ordering a subscription or for any other purpose.

Still another object of the invention is to provide a mailable card that is adapted to receive an enclosure such as a bank check and the like.

Yet a further object of the invention is to provide a foldable and mailable card adapted to receive indicia thereon visible when sent through the mail for advertising spectaculars such as worlds fairs.

Still another object of the invention is to provide a fold able and mailable card adapted to receive and transmit photographic proofs.

For further comprehension of the invention, and of the objects and advantages thereof, reference will be had to the following description and accompanying drawings and to the appended claims in which the various novel features of the invention are more particularly set forth.

In the accompanying drawings forming a material part of this disclosure:

FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of a card embodying a first form of the invention in substantially fiat unfolded condition.

FIG. 2 is a view of the card folded condition ready for addressing and mailing.

FIG. 3 is an enlarged horizontal sectional view taken on the line 3-3 of FIG. 2.

FIG. 4 is a front elevational view and FIG. 5 is a rear elevational view of a card embodying a second form of the invention, shown in fiat unfolded condition.

FIG. 6 is a perspective view of a card embodying a third form of the invention, shown in unfolded fiat'condition preparatory to receiving an enclosure.

FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view taken on the line 7-7 of FIG. 6 showing the card in folded condition with an enclosure therein, parts being broken away.

FIG. 8 is a perspective view of a card embodying a fourth form of the invention, showing the card in unfolded condition.

FIG. 9 is a perspective view of the card of FIG. 8, shown in folded, mailable condition.

FIG. 10 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional view taken on line 10-10 of FIG. 9.

FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a card embodying a fifth form of the invention, showing the card in unfolded condition.

FIG. 12 is a perspective view of the card of FIG. 11, shown in folded, mailable condition.

FIG. 12A is a plan view of the card of FIG. 11 shown almost completely folded.

FIG. 13 is an enlarged sectional view taken on line 13-13 of FIG. 12.

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FIG. 14 is a top perspective view of a card embodying a sixth form of the invention, shown in fiat unfolded condition.

FIG. 15 is a bottom plan view of the card of FIG. 14 shown in unfolded, flat condition.

FIG. 16 is a perspective view of part of the card of FIGS. 14, 15 shown in folded condition ready for addressing and mailing.

FIG. 17 is a perspective view of the entire folded card of FIGS. 14, 15.

FIG. 18 is a top perspective view of a card embodying a seventh form of the invention, shown in flat unfolded condition.

FIG. 19 is a perspective view of the card of FIG. 18 shown in folded condition.

FIG. 20 is a perspective view of partof the card of FIG. 18 shown in folded condition, and

FIG. 21 is a plan view of the card of FIG. 18 in partially folded condition.

Referring now in detail to the drawings, in FIG. 1 there is shown a card 10A made in accordance with one form of the invent-ion, the card is formed of cardboard or other suitable material and has a rectangular-shaped body 12. Across the body, there are spaced fold lines 14, 16 and 18, dividing the body into end panels 20' and 22 and into intermediate panels 24 and 26. Line 18 is also score line, permitting panel 22 to be detached. Panel 20 is only half the width of the other panels. Tabs 28 are formed on the end panel 20 extending laterally thereof. The in ner or top surface of the tab 28 as viewed in FIG. 1 is coated with gum adhesive 30, the adhesive extending a short distance onto the adjacent surface of the body. A shallow notch 32 is cut in panel 22 in one long edge of the body intersecting the scored fold line 18.

The panel 22 may be in the form of an identification card and has imprinted on the surface thereof an elongated rectangular-shaped box 36. Indicia 38 is imprinted adjacent for instructing the recipient. For example, the words Enter Your Soc. Sec. Here appear above the box and the words Your Soc. Sec. No. appear below the box. The box 36 thus serves as a space to insert a social security number therein. A line 40 is provided at the bottom of the surface of the panel 22 with indicia 42 therebelow and adjacent thereto, for example, the word Signature so that the line 40 serves as a guide for a signature. A plurality of closely spaced slots 34 are formed near the notched end of panel 22 in a coded arrangement.

The body of the card is readily folded along the fold lines 14, 16 and 18 into the condition shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, wherein the panel 22 bearing the indicia is positioned inside and concealed from view, the notch 32 facilitating this operation. When in folded condition, the tabs 28, 28 on panel 20 are extended over the ends of the panels and the free end of the tabs fastened to the outer surface of panel 24. On the outer surface of panel 24 when folded at the bottom edge thereof, there is indicia 41 for example reading 2nd Class Mail to indicate the class of mail desired. There is plenty of spaces above the indicia 41 for addressing the folded card, and placing postage thereon, as indicated at 43.

The entire card 10 as shown folded in FIG. 2 is mailed out to the addressee and upon receipt of the card the recipient will tear off the panel 22, fill in the blanks and retain and use the card for future identification or for other purposes. In the mailing operation, the detachable panel 22 is well protected as the panels 24 and 26 serve as shields and the tabs 28 hold the panels in shielding position.

In sending through the mail, the name and address A of the intended recipient are written, printed or otherwise produced on the surface of panel 24 of the card.

The form of card 10B shown in FIGS. 4 and 5 differs from the card 10A in that all of the panels 20A, 24A, 26A, 28A are imperforate and the edges of the body are smooth without interruption. The lines 16A and 18A are score lines as well as fold lines. Line 14A is a fold line.

In the card 10A, the panel 26' takes the form of a subscription or order blank with indicia 50 imprinted on its top surface as viewed in FIG. 4 identifying the blank and V with lines 52 imprinted thereon serving as guides for inserting information as to the subscribers name, address and the like,

The surfaces of the panels 20A, 22A, 24A provide space for advertising as indicated at 54.

With reference to FIG. 5, the opposite surface of panel 24A has imprinted thereon the postage permit number as indicated at 56 and indicia 58 giving instructions and identifying the class of mail. The remainder of the surface as indicated at 60 provides space for the name and address of the addressee.

The opposite surface of panels 20A, 22A, 26A provide space for advertising matter as indicated at 62, 63, 64.

The card 10A is folded so as to bring the surface of panel 24A shown in FIG. 5 on the outside with the free ends of the adhesive coated tabs 28A fastened thereon. Upon receipt of the card A, the recipient will tear off the panel 26A constituting the subscription blank, fill out the blank and return it to the sender. v

Another card 10B shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, is similar to card 10 of FIG. 1. There is no indicia on panel 22B. The end panel 22B serves as an enclosure panel with the other panels B, 24B, 26B in enclosing and protecting an enclosure placed therebetween such as a bank check 65 shown in FIG. 7. The panels are joined by fold lines 14B, 16B, 18B. Adhesive coated tabs 28B effect sealing of the folded card 10B.

In FIGS. 8, 9 and 10 is shown another card 10C having three panels 20C, 24C and 26C defined by intermediate transverse fold lines 14C and 16C. Tabs 28C extending almost the full width of panel 20C extend outwardly at opposite ends of the panel. Fold lines 70 are formed at inner edges of these tabs aligned with the lateral edges 72 of the card. One side of the panel20C is coated with an adhesive 74. This adhesive adheres to reverse side 75 of panel26C when the card is folded as clearly shown in FIGS. 9 and 10. The tabs 28C are then folded around the ends of. the folded panels and adhere to the reverse side of panel 24C. The wide tabs 28C effect better closure of the ends of the folded card than the narrow tabs 28 of card 10. adhesion of the full surface of panel 211C to the inner side of panel26C effects a more secure closure of the folded In addition, the

card. A narrow area 77 of' panel 20C is left clear of '1 adhesive 74 atfold line 146 to provide a passage into which a letter opener can be-inserted just beyond ends of sealed tabs 28C for easy opening of the sealed card.

Card 10D shown" in FIGS. 11, 12, 12A and 13"is generallysimilar to card 100 and corresponding parts are identically numbered, Two additional tabs 81 are provided at opposite ends of intermediate panel 24D between end panels 211C and 26C. When the card is folded as shown in FIGS. 12-13, the adhesive coated tabs are applied to tabs in unfolded condition. An advantage is obtained in manufacturing cards 10C and 10D by the application of adhesive to panel 20C simultaneous with application of adhesive to both the tabs 28C.

The adhesive can be applied by rolling itor brushing it on rapidly in one continuous movement which lowers the cost of manufacture. This may be contrasted with the structure of cards 10A and 1013 where adhesive must be applied to the corner tabs 28 and 28A individually.

In FIGS. 14 to 17, inclusive, another card 111E is illustrated. The card 10E has a rectangular-shaped body provided with spaced transverse fold lines 84, 86', 88, 90 dividing the body into end panels 92 and 94 and intermediate panels 96, 98, 100. Tabs 102 project laterally 4 of the end panel 92 which tabs are coated on one surface with adhesive 104 extending into the surface of the panel 92.

On one surface of panel 92 are imprinted lines 106 serving as guides for placing information and also a pair of aligned boxes 108 for placing any desired informer tion.

Similar lines 110 and a single elongated box 112 is imprinted on the corresponding surface of panel 98.

On the corresponding surface of panel 100 a single elongated box 114 is imprinted, and on the corresponding surface of panel 94 a pair of boxes 116 and spaced lines 118 are imprinted.

On the opposite surface of panel 96 a single box 120 is imprinted as a guide for attaching postage stamps, and on the opposite surface of panel 94 a single box 121 is imprinted providing space for a name and address.

In accordance with this form of the invention, a panel 122 is integrally attached to one end of panel 98 extend ing laterally thereof and formed integrally with anel 122 is another panel 124 forming an extension thereof. Panel 124 is formed with a tab 126 on its free end, which tab is coated with adhesive 128 on the one surface thereof. box 136 is imprinted on the surface of panel 122 ad= jacent one of its outer corners serving as a guide for attaching postage stamps;

The card 1613 can be folded to bring the panel 122 on the outside at one side and the panel 124 on the outside at the opposite side as shownin FIG; 17. After the ad= dressee of card 10E receives the card at the address writ ten on panel 122, he will tear off panels 122 and 124 at the fold and score line 131 leaving only the rectang lar card structure including panels 92, 94, 96, 98, 100. This remaining card structure can be folded to foifm the folded card 10E shown in FIG. 16. Panel 96 will then be 1 s= cated'on the outside to bear the address and postage stamps for remailing the card. T abs 102 will be folded around the ends of panel and secured thefeto at cen-' 'ter points since panel 92 is about one half the width panel 96. ,7 v A v Card 10F shown in FIGS. :18, 19, 21 hasthfee rlec'tang' u= lar panels 141 141, and 142 joined by foldlines 143, 144 One side of panel-114i} is coated with gum adhesive 145 which extends overftabs 146. Tabs 146 extendlatejrally outward of ends of panels 141 A fiifthef panel 148 ex= tends laterally of one end of central panel 141. This panel terminates in a tab 149 coated with adhesive 150;

A fold and score line 152; connects panel 148 to panel 141.

The card 1ilFis folded by first turning in tabs 146 on 7 fold lines 151. Panel142 isthen folded upon pahel141; and panel with turned in tabs 146 is folded down on panel 142.

This is the'condition of the'card shown in FIG. 21;

' Then folding is completed by turning panel 148 over,

panel 14t} and bending'tab 1511. around to s ecure it to panel 141. The foldedcard' is shown in FIG. 19. ready for addressing and mailing.

' After the folded card, 10F is received by. the recipient he will tear off panel 148 at score line 152 and at tab 1511. The card will now consist of the three panels 140, 141 and 142. This card structure can be refolded by moistening adhesive and sticking panel 140 to panel 142 while the tabs 146 are folded around and stuck to which may be placed in the remailed'card'10F will be safely retained by the long-tabs.146.

While I have allustrated and described the preferred embodiments of my invention, it is tobe understood that I do not limit myself to the precise constructions herein asoaesa disclosed and that various changes and modifications may be made within the scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims.

What is claimed is:

1. A mailing card, comprising a rectangular body of cardboard having transverse fold lines dividing the body into a pair of end panels and a plurality of intermediate panels, one end panel having surface portions at lateral ends thereof coated with adhesive for sealing said end panel to one intermediate panel, tabs for holding the panels in folded condition for mailing, said tabs extending laterally of opposite lateral ends respectively of said one end panel, said tabs having adhesive on one surface thereof forming continuations of the adhesive on the lateral ends of said one end panel, said tabs being adapted to extend across the ends of the panels to be fastened to the outer surface of a second intermediate panel, said one end panel being at least one-half the width of the other panels, whereby the tabs extend across the ends of the other panels midway of the widths of the other panels.

2. A mailing card as recited in claim 1 further comprising a further panel extending laterally of a third intermediate panel and joined thereto by a fold and score line, whereby the panels of the card can be torn off, said further panel terminating in another tab, whereby the opposite ends of the remaining panels can be enclosed and the last named fold line, and said other tab when folded, secured to said third intermediate panel.

3. A mailing card, comprising a rectangular body of cardboard having transverse fold lines dividing the body into a pair of end panels and an intermediate panel, one end panel having tabs at opposite lateral ends extending outwardly thereof, for substantially the width of the panel, an adhesive coating covering the top portion of one side of said one end panel and said tabs, the bottom portion of said one end panel being free of adhesive, whereby when the panels are folded on said fold lines, the adhesive coated side of said one panel'attaches to the other side of the other end panel, while the adhesive coated side of the tabs attach to the said intermediate panel.

4. A mailing card, comprising a rectangular body of cardboard having transverse fold lines dividing the body into a pair of end panels and an intermediate panel, one end. panel having tabs at opposite lateral ends extending 6 outwardly thereof, an adhesive coating covering substantially the entire surface of one side of said one end panel and said tabs, whereby when the panels are folded on said fold lines, the adhesive coated side of said one 5 panel attaches to the other side of the other panel, whilethe adhesive coated side of the tabs attach to the said intermediate panel, a further panel extending laterally outward of said intermediate panel and joined thereto by a fold and score line to facilitate detachment of said further panel, said further panel having another adhesive coated tab thereon for engaging on said intermediate panel while said further panel is disposed adjacent to said one panel.

5. A mailing card, comprising a rectangular body of cardboard having transverse fold lines dividing the body into a pair of end panels and an intermediate panel,'one end panel having tabs at opposite lateral ends extending outwardly thereof, an adhesive coating covering substantially the entire surface of one side of said one end panel and said ta-bs, whereby when the panels are folded on said fold lines, the adhesive coated side of said one panel attaches to the other side of the other end panel, while the adhesive coated side of the tabs attach to the said intermediate panel, said tabs being foldable for bending around ends of the panels and engaging on the other side of said intermediate panel, a further panel extending laterally outward of said intermediate panel and joined thereto by a fold and score line to facilitate detachment of said further panel, said further panel having another adhesive coated tab thereon for engaging on said intermediate panel while said further panel is disposed adjacent to said one panel.

References Cited by the Examiner UNITED STATES PATENTS 12/1918 Switzerland.

1902 Great Britain.

JOSEPH R. LECLAIR, Primary Examiner.

DAVID M. BOCKENEK, Examiner.

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1. A MAILING CARD, COMPRISING A RECTANGULAR BODY OF CARDBOARD HAVING TRANSVERSE FOLD LINES DIVIDING THE BODY INTO A PAIR OF END PANELS AND A PLURALITY OF INTERMEDIATE PANELS, ONE END PANEL HAVING SURFACE PORTIONS AT LATERAL ENDS THEREOF COATED WITH ADHESIVE FOR SEALING SAID END PANEL TO ONE INTERMEDIATE PANEL, TABS FOR HOLDING THE PANELS IN FOLDED CONDITION FOR MAILING, SAID TABS EXTENDING LATERALLY OF OPPOSITE LATERAL ENDS RESPECTIVELY OF SAID ONE END PANEL, SAID TABS HAVING ADHESIVE ON ONE SURFACE THEREOF FORMING CONTINUATIONS OF THE ADHESIVE ON THE LATERAL
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