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US3357543A
US3357543A US568863A US56886366A US3357543A US 3357543 A US3357543 A US 3357543A US 568863 A US568863 A US 568863A US 56886366 A US56886366 A US 56886366A US 3357543 A US3357543 A US 3357543A
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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
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10S229/922Envelopes, wrappers, and paperboard boxes with decorative feature
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Dec 132, 1&6? R. B. TAGGART DISPLAY AND GIFT BOX 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed July 29, 1,966

INVENTOR. ROBERT B. TAGGART ATTORNEYS Dec, 12, 1967 R. B. TAGGART 3,35?,543

DISPLAY AND GIFT BOX Filed July 29, 1966 2 Sheets-Sheet I N VEN TOR.

R0 BERT B. TAG GART By M ATTORNEYS United States Patent 3,357,543 DISPLAY AND GIFT BOX Robert Bruce Taggart, Belleville, N.J., assignor to Val Mode Sleepwear, Inc, New York, N.Y., a corporation of New York Filed July 29, 1966, Ser. No. 568,863 17 Claims. (Cl. 206-4511) This invention relates to boxes, and more particularly to a display and/ or gift box.

The primary object of the present invention is to provide a box assembly which is unusual and attractive as a gift box, particularly for a pair of companion lightweight garments, such as a pegnoir or negligee set.

A further object is to provide such a box which is well adapted for counter display. For this purpose I provide a box assembly comprising two boxes hinged in book style, together with means to hold them in angular relation for display. The same means holds them closed in face to face relation when not on display.

Still another object of the invention is to provide such a box which when empty and prior to use, may be shipped or stored in collapsed condition, and then may be readily assembled at the point of use without requiring glue.

Still another object of the invention is to provide such a box which has its own simulated gift card to receive written gift information.

To accomplish the foregoing general objects, and other more specific objects which will hereinafter appear, my invention resides in the box assembly and the elements thereof, and their relation one to another, as are hereinafter more particularly described in the following specification. The specification is accompanied by drawings in which:

FIG. 1 shows the four pieces or blanks out of which the box is assembled;

FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing the box in display condition;

FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the box closed for storage or delivery;

FIG. 4 is a perspective rear view with the box in display condition, with one part broken away;

FIG. 5 is a horizontal section taken approximately on the line 5-5 of FIG. 3; and

FIG. 6 is a fragmentary vertical section taken approximately on the line 66 of FIG. 2.

Referring to the drawing and more particularly to FIG. 2, the box assembly is of the book type, and comprises two boxes 12 and 14 hinged together at the rear on a hinge located at 16'. The main face panels of the boxes have large transparent windows 18 through which the contents may be seen when the box is in the display position shown, that is, in angular spread relation.

Referring now to FIG. 3, when the boxes 12 and 14 are closed in face to face relation, they are held in that position by means of a closure band 20 which is made of paper board, and which is dimensioned to fit slidably over the two boxes as shown in FIG. 3. The fit is somewhat frictional, so that the band remains in position.

The band serves a further purpose which is illustrated in FIGS. 2 and 4, this being to hold the boxes in desired angular spread relation when on display. For this purpose the bottom edge of the band is appropriately notched to fit on the top edges of the boxes. The front wall 22 of the band is cut away at its ends as shown in FIG. 2 at 24, and the rear wall 26 is notched or cut away as shown in FIG. 4 at 28. This rear wall 26 preferably has a vertical crease 30 at the middle, so that it readily assumes a configuration substantially perpendicular to ice Reverting to FIGS. 2 and 3, the straight front wall is preferably printed to simulate a gift card 32, and has blank lines to receive gift information which in due course is written thereon. In simplest form there is an upper line with the word T o and a lower line with the word From. The band when used in the display position shown in FIG. 2 suggests the suitability for gift purposes, and the band when in the position shown in FIG. 3 acts as a gift card between the donor and the recipient.

It will be understood that the garment, which ordinarily is made of light-weight material, it being a shift, nightgown, pajamas, or robe etc. made of silk or nylon, is preliminarily draped on a support card which is slid into the box with the garment to hold it spread out behind the transparent face panel, even though the box is displayed in vertical position.

The box assembly is made of four pieces or blanks the configuration of which is shown in FIG. 1. The blank for the band 20 comprises the front wall 22 and the rear wall 26 connected by end walls 34 and 36, and a glue lap 38. These parts are all defined by vertical crease lines here shown as broken lines 40, in addition to the middle crease line 30 previously referred to. The four bottom notches 24 and 28 are also clearly shown. To complete the band the box manufacturer glues lap 38 to end wall 34 so that the band is in rectangular shape, but it may be and is flattened on two of its crease lines for more compact storage and shipment.

The blank for the right-hand box is shown at 14. It comprises a main face panel 42 and an outer or back panel 44, connected by a top wall 46, and by a bottom wall 48 which is glued to a glue lap 50. The top and bottom walls have end tongues 52. The face panel 42 has an openable front wall 54 with a crease line 56 therebetween, and said front wall 54 has a flap 58 hinged at a score line 60. In somewhat similar fashion the outer panel 44 has a rear wall 62 hinged on a crease line 64, and aflap 66 defined by a crease line 68. As a further refinement the outer wall 44 may be provided with a lock tab 70 which is received in a slit 72 on hinge line 60, thereby locking the front wall 60 in closed position. Moreover, the crease line 60 of the front wall 54, and the crease line 68 of the back wall 62, are slit at their ends with a slight offset, as shown at 74 (there being four such slits) to provide an additional locking action when the box is closed.

The blank for the left-hand box (as viewed in FIG. 2) is shown at 12 in FIG. 1. It is substantially the same as the blank 14, but is appropriately reversed or made somewhat as a mirror image, to compensate for the fact that the boxes are used in face to face relation as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3. There again is a face panel 76 connected by a top panel 78 to an outer or back panel 85) and a bottom wall 82 which is cemented to glue lap 84. The top and bottom walls 78 and 82 have tongues 86 projecting from their ends. Face panel 76 carries a narrow front wall 88 acting as an openable closure, with its flap 9G, and back panel carries a rear wall 92 with its flap 94. The crease or score lines which facilitate folding are shown as broken lines. As before a lock tab 96 may be provided on panel 80 to be received in a slit 98, and the score lines between the walls 88, 92 and their flaps 90, 94 may be slit at their ends with a slight offset, as shown, there being four such slits (like slits 74) for locking purposes.

The face panels 42 and 76 are provided with the transparent windows 18 in any conventional manner. Usually a rectangle of transparent plastic film or thin sheet material is simply cemented in back of the panel, as indicated by the broken line 100. This is done during fabrication of the blanks while they are still in flat condition, in accordance with known manufacturing techniques.

It will also be understood that the box manufacturer i carries the assembly no further than the gluing of the glue laps 50, 84 to the bottom walls 48, 82, respectively. The

front and back walls with their flaps are not folded, and

instead the glued blank is simply pushed flat on two of its crease lines for compact storage and shipment. j

The two boxes are hingedly joined by a hinge piece generally designated 102 in FIG. 1. This comprises hinge leaves 104 and 106 with a crease line 108 therebetween. There are tongues 110 projecting from each end of each leaf, the leaves and tongues being connected at score lines 112. To complete the assembly a hinge leaf and its tongues are inserted in the rear of a box before closing the box Wall and its flap, the closing of which encloses and locks the hinge leaf in the box. One hinge leaf is shown at 102 in FIG. 4.

The various crease lines which define the walls, tongues, flaps, tabs and glue laps are here indicated in FIG. 1 by broken lines, in contradistinction to edges and slits which are indicated by solid lines.

FIG. 5 shows the band with its glue lap 38 in closed box position. It further shows the hinge piece 102 with its bottom tongues 110. It further shows the rear wall 62 with its flap 66 and the rear wall 92 with its flap 94. It further shows the front wall 54 with its flap 58, and the front wall 88 withits flap 90, and additionally shows the lock tab 70 received in slit 72, and the lock tab 96 received in slit 98. The glue laps 50 and 84 are also visible, these being cemented to the bottom walls 48 and 82 respectively. The transparent windows 18 disposed behind the cut away face panels 42 and 76 also are visible.

Referring now to FIG. 6, fiap 66 of front wall 54 is received behind the tongue 52 of top wall 46. The other tongue 52 of the top wall 46 is shown adjacent the back wall 62. The tongue 110 is part of the hinge piece. The superposed closure band in display position is indicated at 20 with its front wall 22 and rear wall 26.

The particular box here illustrated is made of paper board, except for the transparent windows which may be made of an acetate or other transparent film. Each box is thirteen inches high, nine inches wide and one and onehalf inches thick, the assembly as viewed in FIG. 3 then being three inches thick. It will be understood that these dimensions are given merely by way of example, and are not intended to be in limitation of the invention.

The box blanks shown in FIG. 1 are glued by the boX manufacturer, and are shipped in flat compact condition to the garment manufacturer. The boxes are assembled as needed by the garment manufacturer, for which purpose the boxes are erected to receive the hinge leaves, and the back walls are closed over the hinge leaves. After insertion of the garments, draped on support cards, the front walls are closed. If lock tabs are used, as here shown, the lock tabs then are closed to further lock the front walls in closed position. The action of the end locking slits (74 in FIG. 1) is automatic. Finally, the closure band is slid down over the filled box.

It is believed that the method of fabrication and assembly of my improved book-type display box assembly, as well as the advantages thereof, will be apparent from the foregoing detailed description. It will also be apparent that while I have shown and described the box in a preferred form, changes may be made without departing from the scope of the invention, as sought to be defined in the following claims.

I claim:

1. A- book-type display box assembly comprising two boxes hinged together at the rear and in closed face to face relation, a closure hand slidably fitted over the two boxes, said band having means to fit over the top edges of the boxes when they are in angular spread relation in order to help hold them in that relation for display.

2. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which the face panels of the boxes have transparent windows.

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3. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 2, in which one of the two long sides of the band acts as a back side and has notches at the bottom and has a vertical crease line at the middle so that it readily assumes a configuration transverse to each of the boxes when used at the top of the boxes for display, and in which the front side of the band is printed to simulate a gift card and to receive gift information to be written thereon.

4. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which one of the two long sides of the band acts as a back side and has notches at the bottom and has a vertical crease line at the middle so that it readily assumes a configuration transverse to each box when used at the top of the boxes for display.

5. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which the front side of the band is printed to simulate a gift card and to receive gift information to be written thereon.

6..A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which one of the two long sides of the band actsas a back side and has notches at the bottom and has a vertical crease line at the middle so that it readily assumes a configuration transverse to each box when used at the top of the boxes for display, and in which the front side of the band is printed to simulate a gift card and to receive gift information to be written thereon.

7. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box is made of a one piece blank which has a face panel and an outer panel joined by a top wall and a bottom wall and a glue lap, and further has an openable. front wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the front wall, and has a rear wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the rear wall.

8. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 7, in which there is a hinge piece having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween, a hinge leaf being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the back wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

9. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim7, in which there is a hinge piece made of paperboard and having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween, and having tongues projecting from each end of each leaf, a hinge leaf and its tongues being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the back wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

10. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box is made of a one piece blank which has a face panel and an outer panel joined by atop wall and a bottom wall and a glue lap, and further has anopenable front wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the front wall, and has a rear wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the rear wall, and in which the crease lines of the flaps of the front and rear walls are slit at their ends with a slight offset to provide a locking action.

11. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box is made of a one piece blank which has a face panel and an outer panel joined by a top wall and a bottom wall and a glue lap, and further has an openable front wall hinged to the face wall with a flap at the free edge of the front wall, and has a rear wall hinged to the outer wall with a flap at. the free edge of the rear wall, and in which the outer wall has a lock tab received in a slit in the front wall.

12. A book-typ displaybox assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box is made of a one piece blank which has a face panel and an outer panel joined by a top wall and a bottom wall and a glue lap, and further has an openable front wall hinged to the face wall with a flap at the free edge of the front wall, and has a rear Wall hinged to the outer wall with a flap at the free edge of the rear wall, and in which the outer wall has a lock tab received in a slit in the front wall, and in which the crease lines of the flaps of the front and rear walls are slit at their ends with a slight offset to provide a locking action.

13. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 12, in which there is a hinged piece made of paperboard and having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween, and having tongues projecting from each end of each leaf, a hinge leaf and its tongues being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the back wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

14. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box has a rear wall with a flap acting as a closure, and in which there is a hinge piece having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween, a hinge leaf being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the rear wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

15. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 1, in which each box has a rear wall with a flap acting as a closure, and in which there is a hinge piece having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween and having tongues projecting from each end of each leaf, a hinge leaf and its tongues being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the rear wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

16. A book-type display box assembly comprising two boxes hinged together at the rear, in which each box is made of a one piece blank which has a face panel and an outer panel joined by a top wall and a bottom wall and a glue lap, and further has an openable front wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the front wall, and a rear wall hinged to a panel with a flap at the free edge of the rear wall, and in which there is a hinge piece having two hinge leaves with a crease line therebetween, and having tongues projecting from each end of each leaf, a hinge leaf and its tongues being inserted in the rear of a box before closing the back wall and flap of said box to anchor the hinge leaf in the box.

17. A book-type display box assembly as defined in claim 16, in which the outer wall has a lock tab to engage a slit in the front wall, and in which the crease lines of the flaps of the front and rear Walls are slit at their ends with a slight offset to provide a locking action.

References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS 1/ 1916 Schoettle 20645.11 7/ 1933 Einson 20645.11 6/ 1965 Elliott 206-44 FOREIGN PATENTS 2/1954 Great Britain.

25 THERON E. CONDON, Primary Examiner.

MARTHA L. RICE, Examiner.

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1. A BOOK-TYPE DISPLAY BOX ASSEMBLY COMPRISING TWO BOXES HINGED TOGETHER AT THE REAR AND IN CLOSED FACE TO FACE RELATION, A CLOSURE HAND SLIDABLY FITTED OVER THE TWO BOXES, SAID BAND HAVING MEANS TO FIT OVER THE TOP EDGES OF THE
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