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US639550A
US639550A US72133799A US1899721337A US639550A US 639550 A US639550 A US 639550A US 72133799 A US72133799 A US 72133799A US 1899721337 A US1899721337 A US 1899721337A US 639550 A US639550 A US 639550A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J36/00Parts, details or accessories of cooking-vessels
    • A47J36/24Warming devices
    • A47J36/26Devices for warming vessels containing drinks or food, especially by means of burners Warming devices with a burner, e.g. using gasoline; Travelling cookers, e.g. using petroleum or gasoline with one burner

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  • My invention relates to heaters, and particularly to lunch-bucket heaters, and has for its object to provide a simple, cheap, and easily carried and operated detachable and adjustable heater for lunch-buckets and like utensils.
  • Figure 1 is a front View of my invention with bucket.
  • Fig. 2 is a side View of same.
  • Fig. 3 is a plan view of same with bucket re moved.
  • A represents an ordinary lunch-bucket.
  • My invention consists of a rectangular base B, formed of a single wire,which is turned into loops b at each corner and has is ends fastened together.
  • a rectangular arm D formed of a single wire turned into an eye cl in the center of the upper end of the arm D and having its two ends base B.
  • An arm E formed of a single wire
  • the arms E When not in use, the arms E are slid down along the arms D, the arms D folded down on the base B, one on top of the other, reducing the device to a small compact package easily carried.
  • the arms D When it is desired to use the heater, the arms D are turned up at right angles to the base B, the arms E extended sufiieiently to allow the hooks e to grasp the handle of the bucket A, one on each side, the base B being at a suitable distance below the bucket A, and the candles lighted, the candlestick C being moved along the base 13 as desired.
  • the base may be solid, with a longitudinal recess or slot in which a receptacle containing any form of the usual combustible material may slide, and the arms may be hinged to the ends of the base in any way and themselves may be differently shaped, and the sliding arm may be differently arranged.
  • the features of my invention are-a base, a receptacle containing the combustible material and adjustable along such base, arms which maybe folded down one over the other on such base, and extensible arms on such folding arms.
  • a rectangular base formed of a single wire with eyes turned in it at each corner, rectangular wire arms hooked in said eyes and having an eye in the center of the closed upper end,wire arms passing through the eyes in the ends of said rectangular arms, and having loops at tlleirlower ends adapted to slide on said rectangular arms and hooks at their upper ends adapted to engage the handle of said bucket, substantially as shown and described.
  • a lunch-bucket heater provided'with a base having a longitudinal opening in its center, a double candlestick formed of a wire coiled to form sockets and having its ends hooked over one side of th e, base and provided 9 5 with a plate hooked over the other side of the base, substantially as shown and described.
  • a lunch-bucket heater consisting of a rectangular base formed of a single wire with eyes turned in it at each corner, rectangular :00 wire arms hooked in said eyes and having an eye in the center of the closed upper end,wire

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\ Patented Dec. I9, I899. J. R. FRUBERG.
H E AT E R.
(Application filed June 21, 1899.)
.(No Model.)
. ,0 hooked into the loops 1) at the corners of the NITED STATES PATENT Enron.
JOHAN RICHARD FROBERG, OF GRASS VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, ASSIGNOR OF TVVO-THIRDS TO CHARLES E. CLINCH AND ABE HALL, OF SAME PLACE.
H EATER.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent N 0. 639,550, dated December 19, 1899. Application filed June 21, 1899. Serial No. 721,337. No model.)
To all whom, it may concern.-
Be it known that I, J OHAN RICHARD FRO- BERG, a citizen of the United States, residing. at Grass Valley,in the county of Nevada and 5 State of California, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Heaters, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to heaters, and particularly to lunch-bucket heaters, and has for its object to provide a simple, cheap, and easily carried and operated detachable and adjustable heater for lunch-buckets and like utensils. This objectlaccomplish in the manner and by the means hereinafter more fully I5 described in detail, and particularlypointed out in the claims, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, in which like reference-letters indicate like parts in all the figures.
Figure 1 is a front View of my invention with bucket. Fig. 2 is a side View of same. Fig. 3 is a plan view of same with bucket re moved.
A represents an ordinary lunch-bucket.
My invention consists of a rectangular base B, formed of a single wire,which is turned into loops b at each corner and has is ends fastened together. A double candlestick 0, formed of a single wire wound in coils to form 0 the sockets c and having its ends bent into hooks a over one side of the base B and provided with a plate 0 one edge of which is secured around the wire between the sockets c and the other edge of which is hooked over the other side of the base B and slides along said base B. At each end of the base B is a rectangular arm D, formed of a single wire turned into an eye cl in the center of the upper end of the arm D and having its two ends base B. An arm E, formed of a single wire,
the lower end of which is formed into a loop 6, sliding on the sides of the arm D, and which passes through the eye (:1 and has its upper end formed into a hook e, to hang the whole 011 the handle of the bucketA, slides on each arm D.
When not in use, the arms E are slid down along the arms D, the arms D folded down on the base B, one on top of the other, reducing the device to a small compact package easily carried. When it is desired to use the heater, the arms D are turned up at right angles to the base B, the arms E extended sufiieiently to allow the hooks e to grasp the handle of the bucket A, one on each side, the base B being at a suitable distance below the bucket A, and the candles lighted, the candlestick C being moved along the base 13 as desired.
I do not confine myself to the use of Wire or the particular construction described, nor
to the use of candles; but any suitable material may be used. The base may be solid, with a longitudinal recess or slot in which a receptacle containing any form of the usual combustible material may slide, and the arms may be hinged to the ends of the base in any way and themselves may be differently shaped, and the sliding arm may be differently arranged.
The features of my invention are-a base, a receptacle containing the combustible material and adjustable along such base, arms which maybe folded down one over the other on such base, and extensible arms on such folding arms.
Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
1. In a lunch-bucket heater, a rectangular base formed of a single wire with eyes turned in it at each corner, rectangular wire arms hooked in said eyes and having an eye in the center of the closed upper end,wire arms passing through the eyes in the ends of said rectangular arms, and having loops at tlleirlower ends adapted to slide on said rectangular arms and hooks at their upper ends adapted to engage the handle of said bucket, substantially as shown and described.
2. In a lunch-bucket heater provided'with a base having a longitudinal opening in its center, a double candlestick formed of a wire coiled to form sockets and having its ends hooked over one side of th e, base and provided 9 5 with a plate hooked over the other side of the base, substantially as shown and described.
3. A lunch-bucket heater consisting of a rectangular base formed of a single wire with eyes turned in it at each corner, rectangular :00 wire arms hooked in said eyes and having an eye in the center of the closed upper end,wire
arms passing through the eyes in the ends of with a plate hooked over the other side of the said rectangular arms, and having loops at base, substantially as shown and described. 10
their lower ends adapted to slide on said rec- In testimony whereof I hereto affix my sigtangular arms and hooks at their upper ends nature in the presence of two witnesses.
5 adapted to engage the handle of said bucket, JOHAN RICHARD FROBERG.
and a double candlestick formed of a Wire \Vitnesses: coiled to form the sockets and having its ends ARTHUR L. FISHER,
hooked over one side of the base and provided GEORGE E. MAINHART.
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US2678644A (en) * 1949-11-29 1954-05-18 Banks Cyril Food-warming stove or apparatus

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US2678644A (en) * 1949-11-29 1954-05-18 Banks Cyril Food-warming stove or apparatus

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