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US881033A
US881033A US24112905A US1905241129A US881033A US 881033 A US881033 A US 881033A US 24112905 A US24112905 A US 24112905A US 1905241129 A US1905241129 A US 1905241129A US 881033 A US881033 A US 881033A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • 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
    • B26B21/08Razors 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 involving changeable blades
    • B26B21/14Safety razors with one or more blades arranged transversely to the handle
    • B26B21/16Safety razors with one or more blades arranged transversely to the handle involving blades with only one cutting edge

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w. J. SMART. SAFETY RAZOR. APYLIOATION FILED JAE. 14. 19 0 5 INVENTOR MzZZerJSmaTZ" WITNESSES:

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

'WALTER J. SMART, OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, ASSIGNOR TO MARY ZINN, MARTIN ZINN, AND ARTHUR S. ZINN, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

SAFETY-RAZOR.

N 0. 881,033. Specification of Letters Patent. Patented March 3, 1908. Application filed January 14, 1905. Serial No. 241,129.

To allwlzom it may concern: stops k can be of the usual construction fa- Be it known that I, WALTER J. SMART, a miller in safety razors. The clam or holder citizen of the United States, residing at I as seen in Fig. 1 can be removed from the Brooklyn, in the county of Kings and State frame. On the piece 11 being swung or 5 of New York, have invented new and useful I sna ped back the clamp and blade can be Improvements in Safety-Razors, of which wit drawn or removed from the frame. On

the following is a specification. opening the jaws the blade can be released This invention resides in certain novel and replaced in the spring closed clamp. features of construction set forth in the fol- The position of the cutting edge of the 10 lowmg specification and claim and illustrated blade when the latter is initsassembled poin the annexed drawing in which sition (determined by the stops 7:), the near- Figure 1 is an inverted plan view of a ness of said-edge to the surface of the guard clamp for a safety razor embodying this in-. (determined by stops-k,'-clips h and'the-an le vention. Fig. 2 is a plan view of a safety of the lower jaw e interposed between t e 15 razor embodying this invention; Fig. 3 is blade and the surface of the frame reara section along x a Fig. 1. Fig. 4 is a side eleward of the guard), and the inclination of the 7 J vation of Fig. 1. Fig. 5 is a sectional side guard-surface between the extreme edge of elevation of Fig. 1. the guard and the edge of the assembled By means of this invention a safety razor blade, are such as to cause the proper func- 20 can be provided with a blade that can be I tioning of the blade and the guard in the made of narrow and thin material. A narwell known manner during the operation of row blade or one that does not re uire much shaving. Obviously, the clamp can be varimaterial can be furnished at a 0 cap price ously constructed. The frame shown forms and at the same time of superior quality. a lather cup or receptacle or its lower portion 25 A narrow or small blade or strip of steel on retains latheror preventslatherfrom running account of its cheapness can also be thrown down on to the handle. away after having been used and replaced It will be noted that all the constructions without much cost, so that honing or stropillustrated embody a blade which is slidping can be dispensed with. able or adjustable to its assembled position 30 In Figs. 1 to 5 inclusive, of the drawing is (either in one direction or the other) over the shown a framea with handle I) and means for surface of the guard in a line extending beholding a narrow blade 0 in proximity tothe tween the front and rear of the latter. Such comb or guard (Z of the device. In the presa character of. positioning movement is of ent razor the transversely slotted edge of the utility with respect to the ease and readiness 35 frame constitutes the guard. A clamp comwith which the blade etc. may be assembled.

posed. of jaws e and e is shown engaging the It may, furthermore, be utilized to vary the lade. The clamp is held in closed or endistance of the blade-edge from the extreme gaging position by one or more sprin s f edge of the guard, when, for instance, it is dewhich cause the clamp jaws to swing or c ose sired to adjust the razor for ordinary, me-

40 about ivot The 'aws or clam sections dium close orcloseshavin Furtherv P 9 J P g are shown with lugs or bent parts forming more the razor in all of its various forms, embearin s for pivots g or these pivots can be braces a clamping member which referably formed on one section and caused to extend has a length (measured in line with the cutinto lugs or bearing parts on the opposite ting edge of the blade) which is substantially 45 section. Such constructions are familiar equal to the length of said blade, a feature of in metal working. These lugs can also act practical utility, since with the use of thin as a gage so that the blade will be properly and narrow plate blades, such as the present inserte or gaged or be prevented from en terrazor is adapted to employ, it is practically ing too far in the clamp by butting or stopnecessary to support the blade throughout its 50 ping against the pivotlugs orlaps. Suchlugs length as otherwise it would tend to spring or stops prevent the blade slipping backward away from the guard at such portions of the or out of position when the parts are asblade as are not backed by a clamping ressembled or the device is being used. The sure, thus interfering with the proper noclips 7t and the spring piece 2' as also the blade tioning of the blade;

What I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

1. A safety razor having a frame provided with clips adapted to engage a blade, aspringpressedpivotal clamp removably mounted on the frame and adapted to hold the blade in position.

2. A safety razor having a frame provided with a guard, and a spring-pressed pivotal clamp removably mounted on the frame and adapted to hold the blade in position.

' 3. A safety razor having a frame provided with clips adapted to hold a blade, and a s ring-pressed clamp consisting of a pair of c amping members detachably connected with said frame, and adapted to hold the blade in position.

4. A safety razor having a frame provided with a guard, a spring-pressed pivotal clamp removably mounted on the frame and adapted to hold the blade in position, and aspring piece connected with the frame and adapted to contact with the removable clamp for holding the same in position.

5. A safety razor having a frame provided with a guard, a spring-pressed pivotal clamp removably mounted on the frame, and comprising a air of clamping members adapted to hold the blade in position, and a spring piece mounted on the frame and contacting with the removable clamp for holding the same in position.

6. A safety razor having a frame provided with clips adapted to engage ablade, aspringpressed pivotal clamp removably mounted on the frame and comprising a pair of damp ing members adapted to engage the blade, and a spring piece connected with the frame and engaging the removable clamp for holding the same in position.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

WALTER J. SMART Witnesses:

LOUIS WoLFGAN W. O. HAUFF.

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