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US828158A
US828158A US29905506A US1906299055A US828158A US 828158 A US828158 A US 828158A US 29905506 A US29905506 A US 29905506A US 1906299055 A US1906299055 A US 1906299055A US 828158 A US828158 A US 828158A
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  • This invention relates to a holder designed more particularly for holding the body and cap of a fountain-pen upon each other and.
  • the object of this invention is the production of a holder for this purpose which holds the pen or pencil reliably in place on the garment, which can be readily attached to orremoved from the garment, and which adapts itself for use on pens or pencils of various sizes.
  • Figure 1 is aside elevation of my improved holder,- showing the same applied to the body and cap ofa fountain-pen for preventing these 'parts from becoming separated.
  • 2 is a front elevation thereof.
  • Fig. 3 is a fragmentaryview,'on an enlarged scale, showing a fountain-pen attached to the edge of a pocket or other part of a garment by my improved holder.
  • Fig. 4 is a rear view of the same.
  • Figs. 5 and. 6 are cross-sections taken on line 55, 3, and showing the holder in different positions on the fountain-pen.
  • Fig. 7 is a cross-section in line 7 7, Fig. 3
  • My improved holder comprises a tubular body or clamp A and a detent or finger B, which are constructed integrally out of spring metal or similar material.
  • the body is divided or split on its rear side by means of a longitudinal slot or opening, the edges a of WlllGlil are separated a considerable distance.
  • the corners c of the body at the junction of its lower end and the longitudinal edges a of the slot are rounded considerably, as shown in Figs. 1, 3, and 4.
  • the finger B is arranged lengthwise and projects downwardly from the lower ed e of the body diametric- At its center (1 the finger is bulged outwardlyand at its lower end e the same is deflected outwardly, producing a bearing-point f between the central and lower part of the finger. At its up per end g the finger gradually increases inwidth from its lower part toward its upper part, where the same .joins the body.
  • the body A is first placed on the cap I thereof, so that its finger projects downwardly and bears against its body J and extends across the joint between the same, as shown in Figs. 1, 2, and 5. longitudinal edges of the holder-body'may be pressed together or spread apart, so as tofit the particular size of pen and enable the holder to grip the same properly. In this position of the parts the holder engages frictionally with both body and cap of the foun-.
  • the lower part of the penbody is first placed into the pocket or part of the garment to which the same is to be attached and pressed laterally against the same and at the same time the pen, with the holder attached, is pushed downwardly, so that the deflected lower end of the finger in passing over the edge of the pocket is deflected, causing this edge to be gripped between the bearing-point ofthe finger and the body of the pen, thereby securely holding the cap and body of the pen against detachment and also confining the same against displacement in the pocket.
  • the neck, base, or widened upper part 9 of the finger whereby the same is attachedto the body, is curved transversely from the same axis as the body and practically forms 3 5 a longitudinally straight and upwardly widening extension of the body.
  • the finger Upon slipping the finger to its fullest extent over the edgeof the pocket or garment the latter is wedged between thepen and the strai ht '40 part of the .base g of the fin er and a so wrapped part1 around the pen y'the transversely-curve form of the base, as shown in. :-Fig.' '7, thereby securely. holding the pen againstside motion ortilting laterally and always retaining the same in an upright position in'the pocket.
  • A-holder for pens or pencils comprising a tubular body having a longitudinal slot onits rear side :of considerable width and roundedcorners at the junction of the lower end of the body and the edges of the slot, and a longitudinalfinger projecting downwardly from the body on its front side and having an as the body and constructed to form a longi tudinally' straight. and upwardly-widening extension of the body, substantially as set forth.
  • a holder for pens or pencils comprising I a tubularbody having a longitudinal slot on its-rear side of considerable width and rounded corners at the unction of the lower end of the body and the edges of its slot, and alongitudinal spring finger projecting downwardly from the lower end and front side of thebody, and provided with means for stiffening the connection between the finger and thebo'dy at the junction between the same, substantially as set forth.
  • a holder forpens or pencils comprising a tubular bod-y having a longitudinal slot on its rear side of considerable width and rounded corners atthejjunction of the lower-end of the body and the'edges of its slot, a longitudinal spring-finger projecting. downwardly from the lower end of the front side of the body and having a narrow outwardly-bulg-v ing central part and a neck which connects saidcentral part of the finger with the body I and which gradually widens from said cen tral' part. toward said body, and an outwardlyprojectin' rib arranged lengthwise on the finger ande-xten ing across the forth.

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PATENTED AUG. '7,- 1906.
G WEAVER PEN AND PENCIL HOLDER.-
APPLICATION FILED FEB. 1, 190a.
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PATENT oruuon.
CARTIER- l/VEAVER,OF PI'ITSBURG, PEliTNSYLVANIA.
P-EN AND PENCIL HOLDER. z
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Aug. 7. 1906.
Application filed February 1, 1906. Serial No. 299.055.
\ To all whom, it may concern:
' ally opposite the s ot thereof.
Be it known that I, GARTTER WEAVER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Pittsburg, 1n the county of Alleghenyand State of Pennsylvania, have invented a new and use ful Improvement in Pen and Pencil Holders, ofwhich the following is a specification.
This invention relates to a holder designed more particularly for holding the body and cap of a fountain-pen upon each other and.
also attaching the same to the edge ofa pocket to prevent the same from becoming lost, but the same may also be used for holding a pencil on a garment.
The object of this inventionis the production of a holder for this purpose which holds the pen or pencil reliably in place on the garment, which can be readily attached to orremoved from the garment, and which adapts itself for use on pens or pencils of various sizes.
' In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 is aside elevation of my improved holder,- showing the same applied to the body and cap ofa fountain-pen for preventing these 'parts from becoming separated. 2 is a front elevation thereof. Fig. 3 is a fragmentaryview,'on an enlarged scale, showing a fountain-pen attached to the edge of a pocket or other part of a garment by my improved holder. Fig. 4 is a rear view of the same. Figs. 5 and. 6 are cross-sections taken on line 55, 3, and showing the holder in different positions on the fountain-pen. Fig. 7 is a cross-section in line 7 7, Fig. 3
- Similar letters of reference indicate correspon ding parts throughout the several views. My improved holder comprises a tubular body or clamp A and a detent or finger B, which are constructed integrally out of spring metal or similar material. The body is divided or split on its rear side by means of a longitudinal slot or opening, the edges a of WlllGlil are separated a considerable distance. The corners c of the body at the junction of its lower end and the longitudinal edges a of the slot are rounded considerably, as shown in Figs. 1, 3, and 4. The finger B is arranged lengthwise and projects downwardly from the lower ed e of the body diametric- At its center (1 the finger is bulged outwardlyand at its lower end e the same is deflected outwardly, producing a bearing-point f between the central and lower part of the finger. At its up per end g the finger gradually increases inwidth from its lower part toward its upper part, where the same .joins the body.
7?. represents an outwardlyprojecting stiffening-rib ,formed lengthwise on the finger and body and el rtending across the junction between the' same. a
In applying my improved holder to the fountain-pen the body A is first placed on the cap I thereof, so that its finger projects downwardly and bears against its body J and extends across the joint between the same, as shown in Figs. 1, 2, and 5. longitudinal edges of the holder-body'may be pressed together or spread apart, so as tofit the particular size of pen and enable the holder to grip the same properly. In this position of the parts the holder engages frictionally with both body and cap of the foun-.
tain-pen and prevents separation of the same.
For attaching the pen to the edge of a pocket or garment the lower part of the penbody is first placed into the pocket or part of the garment to which the same is to be attached and pressed laterally against the same and at the same time the pen, with the holder attached, is pushed downwardly, so that the deflected lower end of the finger in passing over the edge of the pocket is deflected, causing this edge to be gripped between the bearing-point ofthe finger and the body of the pen, thereby securely holding the cap and body of the pen against detachment and also confining the same against displacement in the pocket.
'As the finger is deflected in passing over the edge of the pocket the body of. the holder tilted on the cap and moved laterally thereon out of its normal position. During this movement of the body its longitudinal edges are separated or sprung apart, as shown in Figs. 3, 4, and 6, to s h "1 extent that the spring action of t on the garment and that of the ho' cap. operate con ointly to grip the t between the finger and pen-body, there creasing the garment; I In the absence of any-prov islet:
If necessary, the.
- 'to the contrary the finger upon being deflected outwardly would not also draw the holder-*- body partly oif the pen-cap in applyin the same to the edge of a pocket, but the nger i 5 pen-cap, and thus utilizing the retractable action of the holiiler-body on the cap and that of the finger on the garment and penbody conjointly without liability of brealiing d thefinger from the holder-body.
The contraction ofthe lower part of the holder-body for resuming its normal position on the pen-cap after having been sprung laterally is niaderpossihle by rounding the lower corners c'of the body, inasmuch as this con- '25 verts the same into wedge-surfaces which in cooperation with the cylindrical surface of the pen-cap act constantly under the resilience of the springhody to draw the same backwardly and restore itto its normal po- 0 sition about the pencap.
- The neck, base, or widened upper part 9 of the finger, whereby the same is attachedto the body, is curved transversely from the same axis as the body and practically forms 3 5 a longitudinally straight and upwardly widening extension of the body. Upon slipping the finger to its fullest extent over the edgeof the pocket or garment the latter is wedged between thepen and the strai ht '40 part of the .base g of the fin er and a so wrapped part1 around the pen y'the transversely-curve form of the base, as shown in. :-Fig.' '7, thereby securely. holding the pen againstside motion ortilting laterally and always retaining the same in an upright position in'the pocket.
.Although reference has been foregoing description more particularly to the use ofmy improved holder on fountain- 5o pens,'it is equally applicable to other kinds of pens and also to pencils for holding the same on clothing regardless of whether the made in the body an neck between the same, substantially as set body of the 5. 5016 so held is cylindrical or polygonal. 1 claim as my invention 1.. A-holder for pens or pencils comprising a tubular body having a longitudinal slot onits rear side :of considerable width and roundedcorners at the junction of the lower end of the body and the edges of the slot, and a longitudinalfinger projecting downwardly from the body on its front side and having an as the body and constructed to form a longi tudinally' straight. and upwardly-widening extension of the body, substantially as set forth. J
21 A holder for pens or pencils comprising I a tubularbody having a longitudinal slot on its-rear side of considerable width and rounded corners at the unction of the lower end of the body and the edges of its slot, and alongitudinal spring finger projecting downwardly from the lower end and front side of thebody, and provided with means for stiffening the connection between the finger and thebo'dy at the junction between the same, substantially as set forth.
3. A holder forpens or pencils comprising a tubular bod-y having a longitudinal slot on its rear side of considerable width and rounded corners atthejjunction of the lower-end of the body and the'edges of its slot, a longitudinal spring-finger projecting. downwardly from the lower end of the front side of the body and having a narrow outwardly-bulg-v ing central part and a neck which connects saidcentral part of the finger with the body I and which gradually widens from said cen tral' part. toward said body, and an outwardlyprojectin' rib arranged lengthwise on the finger ande-xten ing across the forth.
Witness my 1906.
lVitn ess es:
THEO. L. Porn, V v GRAHAM.
hand this 27 thjday of J anuary,
' CARTTER WEAVER.
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US2913158A (en) * 1958-04-02 1959-11-17 Louis S Reller Garment retaining means for metal wire coat hangers
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US2830741A (en) * 1956-09-24 1958-04-15 John T Cusick Fuel tank holder mechanism for fuel pumps
US2913158A (en) * 1958-04-02 1959-11-17 Louis S Reller Garment retaining means for metal wire coat hangers
USD758492S1 (en) * 2015-02-26 2016-06-07 Brian E. Wind Writing instrument

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