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US840989A
US840989A US27236905A US1905272369A US840989A US 840989 A US840989 A US 840989A US 27236905 A US27236905 A US 27236905A US 1905272369 A US1905272369 A US 1905272369A US 840989 A US840989 A US 840989A
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    • B26HAND CUTTING TOOLS; CUTTING; SEVERING
    • B26BHAND-HELD CUTTING TOOLS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B26B21/00Razors of the open or knife type; Safety razors or other shaving implements of the planing type; Hair-trimming devices involving a razor-blade; Equipment therefor
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  • This invention is a razor of that class known as safety-razors, having a removuard-plate, the blade being edges, so that either edge able blade and a sharpened on both can be used.
  • the object of the invention is to form an improved device of. the kind characterized particularly by an improved base-plate. and guard and by improved means for holding the blade thereto.
  • Another special feature is a detachable handle which may be secured to the base-plate for packing in small space and will also hold the blade while it is being stropped.
  • Figure 1 is I a perspective view of the razor.
  • Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the handle removed from its socket and attached to the baseplate in position for packing.
  • Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the head of the razor with the blade removed.
  • Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the blade detached.
  • Fig. 5 is'an edge or side view of the head of the razor.
  • Fig. 6 is a perspective view of the handle with the blade inserted therein for stropping.
  • 1 indicates a head-plate to which the bla e 11 is attached.
  • This head-plate has at one side or ed e a socket 2 to receive the handle 6, where y the razor is manipulated.
  • the axis of the socket 2 is at an angle less than a right angle to the plane of the head-plate, which makes the operation of the device handier than if the handle were perpendicular thereto.
  • The'base-plate l. is preferably formed or stamped of sheet metal and has at the edge opposite the socket 2 a row of guards 9, which project slightly in advance of the cutting edge of the blade and serve the usual purose of preventing cutting the face.
  • the plate has hooks 4, curved back and over the same, and at the opposite end has spring-clips 19, formed by bending tongues up and back over the plate.
  • the blade 11 has at opposite ends lugs 5. When the blade is put in place on the base-plate, one end is inserted under the hooks 4 and the other is snapped in under the clips 3, with thelugs 5 fitting between the hooks and the clips.
  • One end of the handle 6 fits snugly within the socket 2, or it may be screwed in, if desired.
  • the other end of the handle which. is preferably made in the form of a tube, is ilattened and slotted, as at 7, so that the blade 11 may be fitted and held within the slot, as shown in Fig. 6. Then the blade can be ap plied to the strop or hone and sharpened like an ordinary razor.
  • a clip 10 On the rear or under side of the base-plate ing the clips 19, is a clip 10, formed by bending a tongue back and over, and this clip is arranged to receive the end ofthe tubular handle 6 when said handle is detached from its socket in the manner shown in Fig. 2.
  • the end of the handle is sli ped under the clip, which thus holds the andle in place and keeps the parts to ether and in small compass suitable for packing and carrying.
  • the blade is alike on both sides or edges,
  • edge next to the guard 9 is used. When this edge becomes dull, the blade can be turned around and the other edge used.
  • a razor comprising a plate provided with a handle and 'having spaced springclips at its ends, and a bladeheld on the plate by said clips which take Over the .ends of the blade and having lugs projecting into the spaces between the clips.
  • a blade-holdin plate having a tongue bent over backwardfy at one end thereof to form a clip, and a handle extending parallel to. the plateand detachably engaged with the clip.

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No. 840,989. v i PATENTED JAN. 8, 1907. R. H. BROWN.-
SAFETY RAZOR.
APPLICATION FILED AUG. 2. 1905.
UNITED STATES PATENT f OFFICE.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Jan. 8,1907.
Application filed August 2, 1905. Serial No. 272,369.
- useful Improvements in Safety-Razors, of
which the following is a spe'cifi cation.
This invention is a razor of that class known as safety-razors, having a removuard-plate, the blade being edges, so that either edge able blade and a sharpened on both can be used.
The object of the invention is to form an improved device of. the kind characterized particularly by an improved base-plate. and guard and by improved means for holding the blade thereto. Another special feature is a detachable handle which may be secured to the base-plate for packing in small space and will also hold the blade while it is being stropped.
In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 is I a perspective view of the razor. Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the handle removed from its socket and attached to the baseplate in position for packing. Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the head of the razor with the blade removed. Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the blade detached. Fig. 5 is'an edge or side view of the head of the razor. Fig. 6 is a perspective view of the handle with the blade inserted therein for stropping.
Referring specifically to the drawin s, 1 indicates a head-plate to which the bla e 11 is attached. This head-plate has at one side or ed e a socket 2 to receive the handle 6, where y the razor is manipulated. As shown in Fig. 5, the axis of the socket 2 is at an angle less than a right angle to the plane of the head-plate, which makes the operation of the device handier than if the handle were perpendicular thereto.
The'base-plate l. is preferably formed or stamped of sheet metal and has at the edge opposite the socket 2 a row of guards 9, which project slightly in advance of the cutting edge of the blade and serve the usual purose of preventing cutting the face. At one end the plate has hooks 4, curved back and over the same, and at the opposite end has spring-clips 19, formed by bending tongues up and back over the plate. The blade 11 has at opposite ends lugs 5. When the blade is put in place on the base-plate, one end is inserted under the hooks 4 and the other is snapped in under the clips 3, with thelugs 5 fitting between the hooks and the clips.
This holds the blade securely in place and prevents any lengthwise or lateral motion, the lateral motion particularly being prevented by the lugs 5 in the positions shown.
One end of the handle 6 fits snugly within the socket 2, or it may be screwed in, if desired. The other end of the handle, which. is preferably made in the form of a tube, is ilattened and slotted, as at 7, so that the blade 11 may be fitted and held within the slot, as shown in Fig. 6. Then the blade can be ap plied to the strop or hone and sharpened like an ordinary razor.
On the rear or under side of the base-plate ing the clips 19, is a clip 10, formed by bending a tongue back and over, and this clip is arranged to receive the end ofthe tubular handle 6 when said handle is detached from its socket in the manner shown in Fig. 2. The end of the handle is sli ped under the clip, which thus holds the andle in place and keeps the parts to ether and in small compass suitable for packing and carrying.
The blade is alike on both sides or edges,
so that either cutting edge may be used. In
use the edge next to the guard 9 is used. When this edge becomes dull, the blade can be turned around and the other edge used.
What I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-
1. A razor comprising a plate provided with a handle and 'having spaced springclips at its ends, and a bladeheld on the plate by said clips which take Over the .ends of the blade and having lugs projecting into the spaces between the clips.-
2. In a razor, a blade-holdin plate having a tongue bent over backwardfy at one end thereof to form a clip, and a handle extending parallel to. the plateand detachably engaged with the clip.
In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.
. RHINEHARDT H. BROWN.
Witnesses:
JOHN A. BOMMHARDT, SHIRLEY BOMMHARDT.
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