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US879912A
US879912A US36120607A US1907361206A US879912A US 879912 A US879912 A US 879912A US 36120607 A US36120607 A US 36120607A US 1907361206 A US1907361206 A US 1907361206A US 879912 A US879912 A US 879912A
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  • This invention relates to fountain pens, and it has for its object the production of a pen of that character that is adapted for the use of the ordinary steel pen of commerce, the ink being delivered to the pen in such a manner and in such position as will insure the proper supply thereof while the pen is in use.
  • Figure 1 is a longitudinal section through the lower end of the pen showing the feeding device and its application to the pen;
  • Fig. 2 is a bottom plan view of the pen; and
  • Fig. 8 is a top plan view of the lower end of the pen.
  • 1 is the pen holder or body which, as is common in fountain pens, is made hollow so as to provide a reservoir 2 for the ink.
  • This pen is retained in position by inserting the same between the sleeve 4, which screws into the body or holder 1, and an internal tube 5 which fits the bore of said sleeve.
  • This tube 5 is provided with a lonitudinal bore or opening into which the feeding tube 6 snugly fits, although said tube is capable of end motion so as to bring its outer point into proper relation with the pen.
  • the feedin tube 6 is proyided witha small duct or in passage 7 therein, said duct being turned laterally and terminating at its outer end a short distance back of the end of the feedin tube.
  • the feeding tube is flattened somew at at 8 so as to conform more or less closely with the lower surface of the en, said flattened portion being separated y a substantial space from the pen and forming beyond the end of the duct? a surface upon which and in the space between the pen and the feeding tube a small globule of ink 9 may lie.
  • the pen is rovided with an opening 10 at the base of t e nibs, and the opening 11 for the duct is just infront of the said opening 10.
  • the ink When in use, and the pen is tilted somewhat in the position shown in Fig. 1, the ink will be fed from the duct 7 through the opening 11 to the pen, forming a drop or globule upon the flattened end of the feeding tube, as shown at 9. This arrangement of these. parts will prevent the ink from passing outwardly through the opening 10, to the top of the pen, thus overloading the pen and causing the same to blot.
  • the upper or rear end of the feeding tube 6. projects into the reservoir 2, and the forward end is bent slightly toward the pen as shown in Fig. 1. This leaves that part of the feeding tube which is adjacent the tube 5 substantially straight, so that the tube may be inserted into the penholder farther than is shown, in case a shorter pen is employed.
  • a fountain pen the combination of a pen holder providing a reservoir for ink, a pen carried by said pen holder, a feeding tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and terminating beneath it, said feeding tube having a flattened portion adjacent to the pen but separated therefrom a substantial distance, and the duct through the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, whereby a globule of ink may accumulate on said flattened portion and be delivered to the pen.
  • a fountain pen the combination of a pen holder providing a reservoir for ink, a pen carried by said pen holder, a feeding tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and terminating beneath it, said feeding tube having a flattened portion adjacent to the pen but separated therefrom a substantial distance, and the duct through the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, said feeding tube being longitudinally adjustable for different sized pens.
  • a fountain pen in combination, a pen holder, said holder having a reservoir for ink, a threaded sleeve screwing into the pen holder, a tube fitting in said sleeve, a pen having its shank held by and between said sleeve and tube, and a feeding tube mounted in the tube first mentioned and adapted to deliver ink to the pen, said feeding tube hav ing a flattened portion adjacent to but separated a substantial distance from the pen,
  • a penholder having a reservoir for ink, a threaded sleeve screwing into the penholder and forming a continuation of the lower end thereof, a tube fitting within the said sleeve, a pen or marker inserted between the sleeve and said tube and an adjustable feeding tube slidably mounted within the first mentioned tube, said feedin tube being provided with a feeding duct, the tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and having a flattened portion adjacent the en but se x arated therefrom a substantial istance, t e duct in the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, said flattened portion forming a surface upon which'and between the tube and the pen a globule of ink may accumulate and be delivered to the pen oint.

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PATENTED FEB. 25, 1908.
P. P. SANFORD.
FOUNTAIN PEN.
APPLICATION FILED MAR. a, 1907.
ATWF.
WITNESSES 3% ram.
'PERCY P. SANFORD, OF BRATENAHL VILLAGE, OHIO.
FOUNTAIN-PEN.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Feb. 25, 1908.
Application filed March 8. 1907- Betial No- 881,206.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, PERCY P. SANFORD, a citizen of the United States, residin at Bratenahl village, in the county of uyahoga and State of Ohio, have invented a certain new and useful Improvement in Fountain- Pens, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description, reference being had to the accompanying drawings.
This invention relates to fountain pens, and it has for its object the production of a pen of that character that is adapted for the use of the ordinary steel pen of commerce, the ink being delivered to the pen in such a manner and in such position as will insure the proper supply thereof while the pen is in use.
In the drawings forming a part of this application, Figure 1 is a longitudinal section through the lower end of the pen showing the feeding device and its application to the pen; Fig. 2 is a bottom plan view of the pen; and Fig. 8 is a top plan view of the lower end of the pen.
Takin up a detailed description by reference to 51c drawings, in which the same reference character designates the same part throughout the several views, 1 is the pen holder or body which, as is common in fountain pens, is made hollow so as to provide a reservoir 2 for the ink.
3 is the en or marker, the same being shown as the ordinary falcon shaped pen, although other forms of pens may be used if desired. This pen is retained in position by inserting the same between the sleeve 4, which screws into the body or holder 1, and an internal tube 5 which fits the bore of said sleeve. This tube 5 is provided with a lonitudinal bore or opening into which the feeding tube 6 snugly fits, although said tube is capable of end motion so as to bring its outer point into proper relation with the pen. The feedin tube 6 is proyided witha small duct or in passage 7 therein, said duct being turned laterally and terminating at its outer end a short distance back of the end of the feedin tube. The feeding tube is flattened somew at at 8 so as to conform more or less closely with the lower surface of the en, said flattened portion being separated y a substantial space from the pen and forming beyond the end of the duct? a surface upon which and in the space between the pen and the feeding tube a small globule of ink 9 may lie.
As will be seen by reference to 1 and 3, the pen is rovided with an opening 10 at the base of t e nibs, and the opening 11 for the duct is just infront of the said opening 10.
When in use, and the pen is tilted somewhat in the position shown in Fig. 1, the ink will be fed from the duct 7 through the opening 11 to the pen, forming a drop or globule upon the flattened end of the feeding tube, as shown at 9. This arrangement of these. parts will prevent the ink from passing outwardly through the opening 10, to the top of the pen, thus overloading the pen and causing the same to blot.
The upper or rear end of the feeding tube 6. projects into the reservoir 2, and the forward end is bent slightly toward the pen as shown in Fig. 1. This leaves that part of the feeding tube which is adjacent the tube 5 substantially straight, so that the tube may be inserted into the penholder farther than is shown, in case a shorter pen is employed.
I claim:
1. In a fountain pen, .the combination of a pen holder providing a reservoir for ink, a pen carried by said pen holder, a feeding tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and terminating beneath it, said feeding tube having a flattened portion adjacent to the pen but separated therefrom a substantial distance, and the duct through the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, whereby a globule of ink may accumulate on said flattened portion and be delivered to the pen.
2. In a fountain pen, the combination of a pen holder providing a reservoir for ink, a pen carried by said pen holder, a feeding tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and terminating beneath it, said feeding tube having a flattened portion adjacent to the pen but separated therefrom a substantial distance, and the duct through the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, said feeding tube being longitudinally adjustable for different sized pens.
8. In a fountain pen, in combination, a pen holder, said holder having a reservoir for ink, a threaded sleeve screwing into the pen holder, a tube fitting in said sleeve, a pen having its shank held by and between said sleeve and tube, and a feeding tube mounted in the tube first mentioned and adapted to deliver ink to the pen, said feeding tube hav ing a flattened portion adjacent to but separated a substantial distance from the pen,
the duct through the feeding tube terminating in said flattened ortion some distance from the lower end t ereof.
4. In a fountain pen, a penholder, said holder having a reservoir for ink, a threaded sleeve screwing into the penholder and forming a continuation of the lower end thereof, a tube fitting within the said sleeve, a pen or marker inserted between the sleeve and said tube and an adjustable feeding tube slidably mounted within the first mentioned tube, said feedin tube being provided with a feeding duct, the tube extending from the reservoir toward the point of the pen and having a flattened portion adjacent the en but se x arated therefrom a substantial istance, t e duct in the feeding tube terminating in said flattened portion some distance from the lower end thereof, said flattened portion forming a surface upon which'and between the tube and the pen a globule of ink may accumulate and be delivered to the pen oint. In testimony whereof, I hereunto a x my signature in the presence of two witnesses. PERCY P. SANFORD.
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S. E. Fours, H. MILLER.
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