US887972A - Wire pot-lid rack or wall-pocket. - Google Patents

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US887972A US34065306A US1906340653A US887972A US 887972 A US887972 A US 887972A US 34065306 A US34065306 A US 34065306A US 1906340653 A US1906340653 A US 1906340653A US 887972 A US887972 A US 887972A
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No. 887,972.; PATENTED MAY 19, 1908. s. H. SLOAN.

WIRE POT LID RACK 0R WALL POCKET.

APPLICATION IIQLEI) 001226, 1906.

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PATBNTED MAY 19, 1908.

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SAMUEL HARVEY SLOAN, OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

WIRE POT-LID RACK OR WALL-POCKET.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May 19, 1908.

Application filed October 26, 1906. Serial No. 340,653.

and useful improvements in wire pot-lid racks or wall-pockets to be used as a receptacle for holding pot and kettle lids and other flat kitchen utensils, such as pie-tins, and also adapted to hold by means of hooks such utensils as skillets and other utensils which are usually hung upon a nail or hook, and also one that is more economical to manufacture, (by reason of taking less wire,) stronger, and one that will hold more lids, especially of the kind which are provided with knob handles, than the ones now in use without increasing the size.

These objects are attained in the manner described in the following specification.

Heretofore a lid holder has been made which is somewhat similar in form to my invention hereinafter described, especially so to the casual observenbut upon close eXamination it will readily be seen that my invention is a vast improvement over those now in use both from a utility and an economical standpoint. Not only is the form in which the pieces of wire out of which the rack is constructed an improvement over the racks heretofore used but the manner in which the different pieces of wire making up the rack are crossed and fastened together.

In the drawings accompanying this specification: Figure 1 is a perspective View of my device. Fig. 2 is a similar View showing a slightly modified form thereof.

In Fig. 1 is shown the rack in the shape which I prefer making it, being a substantially five-sided figure; for the reasons that it is more compact, the brace wires cannot slip or get out of place and it requires less wire to make it than is required to make it in the form shown in Fig.

In said drawing similar letters indicate similar parts, and the letters A. B. O and D indicate the four pieces of wire which combine in the construction of my improved rack. The piece B is shaped to form the loop B midway of its length the ends diverging from the said loop; at the proper point,

which point corresponds substantially with the diameter of the rack under construction,

each end is bent forward substantially at right angles to form the straight pieces B and B respectively, and which might be said to form the bottom of the rack and are then bent upwards forming the pieces B and B respectively at about right angles to the pieces B and B but having a slight outward direction to the plane of the back pieces B. One end of the piece A is then bent to form the hook A and is then drawn tightly around the wire B at the point A where it is bent to form the part B then passed upward and outward as far as the outer diameter of the rack, then upward and inward to the nearest side of the loop B taken once tightly around the wire of said loop and taken once around the other portion of the wire B and continued in like manner, except that its course is downward and outward and then inward, to the point A on the wire B where it is drawn tightly around said wire B and terminated in the hook A If the rack was to be made in circular form its course just described would be substantially in a circle from the point A to the point A. The brace wire 0 is then fastened in place by being bent at either end around the wire A forming the knuckles C and C One end of the wire D is then tightly bent around the wire A, as at D, and then projected outward at substantially right angles to the plane of the back of the rack, forming the part D and then bent towards the center but a little outward from .the same plane as the back until it meets the end B of the-wire B (which end is knuckled about the wire D) the wire D is then bent to form the downward projecting loop D and passes through the knuckle B of the wire B to a point opposite the other extremity of the rack and bent in to form the part D and the end'is secured around the wire A to form the knuckle D.

It will now be seen that weight of the articles in the pocket of the rack, formed by the portions B B B and B of the wire B, and the portions D and D of the wire.

D, comes directly upon the sustaining loop B as well as the weight of all articles hung upon the wire forming the back or outer rim of the rack. It will also be seen that the loop D will accommodate the knob handles of the small cover or lid which is put into the rack allowing it to drop to the take up as much room and can or brace wires or strips cannot slip from their proper place and this is one of the important points in the construction of my improvement.

Having thus described the construction of my improvement What I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:

1. A rack or wall pocket constructed in skeleton form and of suitable material comprising in combination a strip bent in substantially an inverted V-shape having its ends bent back upon itself and spaced therefrom; a strip connected at one end to one leg of said first mentioned strip at about the point where the same is bent forward, and produced outward a proper distance then inward and connected with said V-shaped strip near the apex, then downward and outward to form substantially the same shape as its upward course and connected to the other leg of said V-shaped strip at the point corresponding to its starting point and forming a back piece; a strip connected to said back piece at either side at its widest point and extending horizontally across the same and spaced outwardly therefrom and having a downwardly projecting loop about midway of its length and adapted to receive the ends of said V-shaped piece and together therewith to form a pocket; and a bracing strip connected at either side of said back piece and extending horizontally across the same, substantially as described.

2. A rack or wall pocket constructed in skeleton form and of suitable material com prising in combination a strip bent in substantially an inverted V-shape having its ends bent back upon itself and spaced therefrom; a strip having its end formed with a downwardly projecting hook and said stripv near said hook connected to one leg of said first mentioned strip at about the point where the same is bent forward, and produced outward a proper distance, then inward and connected with said V-shaped A strip near the apex, then downward and outward to form substantially the same shape as its upward course'and connected to the other leg of said V-shaped strip at the point corresponding to its starting point and its end terminating in a downwardly projecting hook; a strip connected to said back piece at either side at its widest point and extending horizontally across the same and spaced outwardly therefrom and having a downwardly projecting loop about midway of its length and adapted to receive the ends of said V-shaped piece and together therewith to form a pocket; and a bracing strip connected at either side of said back piece and extending horizontally across the same, substantially as described.

3. A rack or wall pocket constructed in skeleton form and of suitable material comprising in combination a strip bent in substantially an inverted V-shape .having a loop formed about midway of its length and its ends bent back upon itself and spaced therefrom; a strip having its end formed into a downwardly projecting hook and said strip near said hook connected near its end to said first mentioned strip near one of the oints where the same is bent forward, and duced in a straight or direct course upward and outward to a point about opposite the center of said V-shaped strip, then produced in a straight and direct course upward and inward and connected with one leg of said V-shaped strip just below said loop, then produced crossing to the opposite eg and connected therewith and then produced downward and outward to a point about opposite the center of said V -shaped strip, then produced downward and inward and connected'to the lowest portion of said V-shaped .strip at the other of said points of bending and forming a back piece and its end terminating in a downwardly projecting hook; a strip connected to said back piece at either side at about its center and extending horizontally across the same and spaced outwardly therefrom and having a downwardly projecting loop about midway of its length and adapted to receive the ends of said V- shaped piece and together therewith to form a pocket; and a bracing strip connected at either side of said back piece and extending horizontally across the same, substantially as described.

4. A rack or wall pocket constructed in skeleton form and of suitable material comprising in combination a strip bent in substantially an inverted V-shape having a loop formed at its a ex, and the ends of said strip being bent bac upon itself and spaced therefrom; a strip connected by one end to said V-shaped strip near one of the oints where it is bent outward and continuing in a straight or direct course upward and outward to a point about opposite the center of said V-shaped strip, then produced in a straight and direct course u ward and inward to a point just below the 00p formed at the apex of said V-shaped iece and engaging both legs of said piece and continuing downward and outward to a point about opposite the center of said V-shaped strip, then pro duced downward and inward to the other of said points of bending of said V-shaped piece and connected therewith and forming a proback piece; a strip connected to said back I ends of said Vshaped'piece connected therepiece about midway of its upward course and to at either side of said downwardly projectextending horizontally across said back ing loop, substantiallyas described.

piece but spaced outwardly therefrom, said I SAMUEL HARVEY SLOAN. 5 horizontal strip having a downwardly pro- Witnesses:

jecting loop about midway between the op BEATRICE S. CoLsoN,

posite sides of said back piece and having t e i CLIFFORD N. WHITE.

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Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2553764A (en) * 1948-10-25 1951-05-22 Harry S Hawkins Dispensing device
US2698690A (en) * 1950-10-25 1955-01-04 Harry J Rubenstein Display fixture
US2897975A (en) * 1953-05-11 1959-08-04 Harry J Rubenstein Display fixture having improved article supporting back portion
US2944679A (en) * 1953-05-11 1960-07-12 Harry J Rubenstein Wire display rack
US4911310A (en) * 1988-11-23 1990-03-27 Raishe Thomas A Holder for cooking utensil covers
US5199581A (en) * 1992-04-02 1993-04-06 Lee Rowan Company Golf equipment support rack
US5242060A (en) * 1992-03-20 1993-09-07 Chiang Chao Cheng Holder mounted on a vertical wall for holding a wok-cover
US20040251222A1 (en) * 2003-06-16 2004-12-16 Ohanian Garabet Nemer Container lid rack

Cited By (9)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2553764A (en) * 1948-10-25 1951-05-22 Harry S Hawkins Dispensing device
US2698690A (en) * 1950-10-25 1955-01-04 Harry J Rubenstein Display fixture
US2897975A (en) * 1953-05-11 1959-08-04 Harry J Rubenstein Display fixture having improved article supporting back portion
US2944679A (en) * 1953-05-11 1960-07-12 Harry J Rubenstein Wire display rack
US4911310A (en) * 1988-11-23 1990-03-27 Raishe Thomas A Holder for cooking utensil covers
US5242060A (en) * 1992-03-20 1993-09-07 Chiang Chao Cheng Holder mounted on a vertical wall for holding a wok-cover
US5199581A (en) * 1992-04-02 1993-04-06 Lee Rowan Company Golf equipment support rack
US20040251222A1 (en) * 2003-06-16 2004-12-16 Ohanian Garabet Nemer Container lid rack
US6997329B2 (en) * 2003-06-16 2006-02-14 Garabet Nemer Ohanian Container lid rack

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