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US873779A US21898204A US1904218982A US873779A US 873779 A US873779 A US 873779A US 21898204 A US21898204 A US 21898204A US 1904218982 A US1904218982 A US 1904218982A US 873779 A US873779 A US 873779A
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    • D06F79/00Accessories for hand irons
    • D06F79/02Stands or supports neither attached to, nor forming part of, the iron or ironing board
    • D06F79/023Stands or supports neither attached to, nor forming part of, the iron or ironing board with means for supplying current to the iron


3.'73,7?9- PATH? ED DEG. 1-7, 190?.




Specification of Letters ?a.tent.

Patented Dec. 17, 1907.

Application filed August 1, 1904- Serial lilo. 218.982.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, HORAGE S. PEASE, a citizen of the United States, residing at Cincinnati, in the county of Hamilton and State of Ohio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Sad-Iron Stands, of which the following is a specification.

My invention relates to improvements in sad iron stands adapted to sup ort sad irons which are heated with charcoa and the like.

The object of my invention is to secure a more convenient and efiicient stand for sad irons. I

My invention consists in a stand having a fiat top mounted u on legs and provided upon each side wit upwardly projecting pivoted dampers each having an arm adapted to engage w1th a sad iron when it is placed thereon to automatically draw the dam ers into contact with the sides of the iron to c ose the draft openings therein, said dampers being pivoted so as to normally stand outwardly from each other at the top to permit the easy placing of the iron upon the stand. My invention also consists in the parts and .combination and 'arrangementof arts and in the details of construction as erein set Jforth and claimed.

In the drawing which serves to illustrate my invention: Figure 1 is a planview of the stand with one damper removed, the dotted lines representing the position the damper assumes when itis placed in position. Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the stand with a sad iron mounted thereon and secured thereto, part of the iron being broken away and shown in section. Fig. 3 is a vertical cross section on line vca:, Fig. 1 and showing the iron laced in position on the stand as illustrated in Fig. 2, the damper on the left side being shown in full lines to close the draft 0 ening and in dotted lines when open, and t e damper on the right side shown in dotted lines to close the draft opening. Fig. 4 is a plan view of the iron. 'Fig. 5 is a detail side elevation of the iron and stand coupler. spective view of the damper. 4

The construction ofmy improved stand is substantially as follows: The stand 1 is preferably formed with a flat top provided with flange 2 on each side of the front part, and is supported on legs 3, 4 and 5. Near the center of the stand at each edge I provide bearing 6 having openings 7 and 8 and slot 9, and

Fig. 6 is 'a perbetween the bearings 6 are openings 10 through the top of the stand. Each damper 11 is preferably formed with one flat face of such size and shape as to cover the draft opening 12 in the side of the iron 13 and is supported upon an arm 14 extending-downwardly and inwardly in the shape of an elbow and having an enlarged beveled end 15 This arm 14 is mounted upon journals 16. formed near the-inner edge of the elbow and extending laterally therefrom. The arm is formed sufficientl wide on its inner Bide to substantially fill tile slot 9 when it is standing in an upright position as shown in Figs. 2 and 3, and in the left side of Fig 1, and is cut. away 'on each side of rib 17 at its outer lower part as shown in Fig. 1 so that'said part is much narrower than the width of said slot. This permits the damper 11 to be adjusted laterally in the slot 9 toward the point of the stand when its flat side is turned toward the top of the stand so that said damlper may be readily inserted into position on t e stand or removed therefrom. To permanently secure the journals 16 within the bearing a pin 18 is" secured over one end of one journal, the opposite journal being long enough to bear against the stand top to prevent disengagement. r v The journals are so located on the-arm that the weight of the damper will normally throw it outwardly at the top away from the stand and the inner end of the arm project up through the opening 10 in thetop of the stand as shown by dotted lines in the left of Fig. 3 and when the iron is placed upon the stand the end 15 of the arm 14 will be de pressed to the position shown in heavy lines in Fig. 3. As soon as the iron is removed the damper will automatically swing outwardly to its normal position which is desirable and convenient as the iron can be placed on the stand by a downward movementwithout danger of striking the top edges of the. dampers and by coming in contact with the inner ends of the arms the dampers are drawn in place to close the draft openings as above described.

The flange 2 is formed on the'edge of the stand to strengthenit and to hold the iron in its proper position while the rear end of the stand is provided with a similar flange 2 on the lower edge which'leaves the-top surface of the rear end of the standflat and permits the iron. to" slide forward in position on the stand Without obstruction.

The ends-.15 of the arms 14 are preferablybeveled or tapered upwardly on the side to the rear end of the-stand so that when the 110 I1 strikes against the end of each arm,

itjw-ill readily slide over it, forcing the arm and thereby drawing the damper inwardly against. the iron and closing the draft opening. t v

Cooperating with the draft openings 12 in the sides and draft opening 19 111 the end of the iron is an upright fine 20 atthe front of v the cover 21, said flue being cut away at its 15.

top front part to form outlet 22, the rear Wall of said flue serving as a support forone'end ofthe handle 23. This flue having the top partly cut awayafiords adirect outlet for the current as indicated by the arrows,"while the-top is provided with shield 24 to ad equately protect the hand from the heat.

' Shield 241isa partial covering for the top of r Fig; 5, This coupler is provided with catches just the coupler in place. and stand together place the lower end of the coupler beneath the iron and stand 'in the 26 adapted to take over the edges of the cover 21 and has handles 27 by-which to ad To couple the iron groovebetween the stand and damper, then raise the open end of the coupler and spread the matches apart to clear. the forward end of ,iron and cover until the coupler is brought to an upright position whenthe catches W111 spring over the edges of the cover and clamp the iron and stand together The stand and iron when in use are both hot and the coupler permits both to -be carried together by one and from room to room or elsewhere as desire'd.

From'the above description it' will be apconstruction maybe made Without departure from the scope and spirit *of the invention, and for this reason-I do not wish to be understood as limiting myself'to the precise construction herein set forth,.but

What I claim and desire to secure by Let ters Patent, is:

1. A stand having a damper provided with iron when it is parent that various changes in the details of said iron wherebya draft opening in said iron is adapted to be closed.

side withva bearing and having near each bearing an openingthro' ugh said top, a

damper having an arm journaled in each bearing and each arm having an end adapted to normally extend through the opening-ad jacent theretmand be depressed by a sad iron to automatically close the respective dampers overdraft openings 1n the sides of the iron. g

3. A stand-having a damperrpivoted at each side near its center to automatically close the draft openings in'a sad iron when it is placed thereon, a flange'on the upper 75 lace and a flange on' the ed e of said stand in front 0 hold the iron in lower edge of sai stand in the rear of each damper to permit unobstructed placing of each damper to the iron upon the stand.


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Jomv G. OCoNNELL, JAMES N. Bursar.-

2. A stand having a top provided at each an arm adapted to engage the bottom of an laced thereon and automat-rically press sai damper against the side of

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