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US959995A
US959995A US51249809A US1909512498A US959995A US 959995 A US959995 A US 959995A US 51249809 A US51249809 A US 51249809A US 1909512498 A US1909512498 A US 1909512498A US 959995 A US959995 A US 959995A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • B65D83/10Containers or packages with special means for dispensing contents for dispensing thin flat articles in succession for dispensing razor-blades

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  • This invention relates to a folder or case for blades, and particularly for razor blades, which are provided with cutting edges and are of the thin 'or wafer kind.
  • the blade is ladapted* to be securely held and at the same time be easily removed from the folder.
  • the folder is also designed tov prevent iin-- necessary contact of the edge of the blade with any foreign element or with the folder. itself.
  • Fig. 3 is a top view of Fig. 2
  • Fig. 4 is a section with the blade removed.
  • Fig. 5 is a section, enlarged, on line 4 4 in Fig. 3
  • Fig. 6 is a-view of a modified form of construction.
  • the sheet 10 is provided wit 'a raised or embossed portion 11 which is of approximately .the same shape or is adapted to lit a erforated portion or-por v*tions 13 of a bla e 14, which blade has cutting edges 15, lalthough only one edge is sharpened in some makes.
  • the plate or sheet 10 is made wider than the blade so that its side edges extend beyond theblade, and the cuttingkedge of the blade is thus 4insured against contact'vithY articles to dull it. .
  • the sheet itself is also thus prevented from contacting with the blade.
  • the sheet 10 is preferably flexible to a limited extent, although rigid material can be employed.
  • a cover is provided for fitting over the sheet 10 and its blade 14, and the cover can ⁇ be made integral with th'e sheet and folded be Vmade separate and placed thereon as in Fig. 6, Where the cover is identified by the numeral 17.
  • a seal 18 can be employed to fasten the cover and sheet together.
  • similar seals can be used or gummed surfaces 19 can be placed on the ends of either or both the sheet and the cover.
  • the raisedor embossed portion. of the sheet can be made in one piece as in Figs. 1
  • the blade with its folderV open can be laid raised portion is in register with the holding means on a razor, or the razor can be laid on the folder and the Vfolder and the razor from the holder to the .razor 'frame without touching the blade withthe hands. This is possible because there is no manipulation necessary to release the blade, except to remove the cover. f
  • a holder for blades comprising a sheet of imperforate material with van embossed portion thereon adapted to enter the perfo-ra-l tion in a perforated razor blade, and a cover to engage the ⁇ embossed portion to prevent the blade being disengaged from the embossed portion.
  • a -holder for blades comprising a sheet of material'folded-at the center to forml one end into a cover, the .sheet of material being embossed with a portion to lit the perforation in a perforated razor blade and project through the same to be engaged by the cover.
  • a holder forlblades comprising a sheet Patented May 31, 1910.

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O. A. CLARK. 4 FOLDER POB. BLADES.'
APPLIoATIoN FILED 1116.12, 1909.
Patented May 31, 1.910.
INVENTOR QSZOQZQI ATTO EY wnNEssEs:
l .UNITED sTATEs PATENT oEEroE.
p osnoE A. cLAnx, 0E NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
-EoLnEE Eon BLADES.
Specicativon of vLetters Patent.
' Application aied august i2, 190s. serial No. 512,498.
To all 'whom 'it may concern: f
Be it known that I, OsRoE A. CLARK, a citizen -of the United States, residing at Newark, in the county of Essex and State of New Jersey, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Folders for Blades; and I do hereby declare the following to` be a full, clear, and exactA description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same, reference being had to `the accompanyin drawings, and to figures of reference mar ed thereon, which form a part of this specification. y
This invention relates to a folder or case for blades, and particularly for razor blades, which are provided with cutting edges and are of the thin 'or wafer kind. The blade is ladapted* to be securely held and at the same time be easily removed from the folder.
The folder is also designed tov prevent iin-- necessary contact of the edge of the blade with any foreign element or with the folder. itself.
The invention is illustrated 'in the accompanying drawings, in which- Figure 1 is a perspective View of 'the holder open, and with a blade in place. Fig.
2 is an edge view of the same folded. Fig. 3 is a top view of Fig. 2, and Fig. 4 is a section with the blade removed. Fig. 5 is a section, enlarged, on line 4 4 in Fig. 3
and Fig. 6 is a-view of a modified form of construction.
such as paper or card-board, or a light metalv mi ht be used.` The sheet 10 is provided wit 'a raised or embossed portion 11 which is of approximately .the same shape or is adapted to lit a erforated portion or-por v*tions 13 of a bla e 14, which blade has cutting edges 15, lalthough only one edge is sharpened in some makes. -The plate or sheet 10 is made wider than the blade so that its side edges extend beyond theblade, and the cuttingkedge of the blade is thus 4insured against contact'vithY articles to dull it. .The sheet itself is also thus prevented from contacting with the blade. The present mode of wra ping theseI blades 1s to fold them indivi ually in paper, which is wrapped over the ends and s1des and then secured either by a seal or similar fastening. This paper in contact with the cutting edges l is handled in the factory, thestore, and byx the user when unpackingl or examining, and
paper in contact with it, sufliciently to make it ull. The sheet 10 is preferably flexible to a limited extent, although rigid material can be employed.
A cover is provided for fitting over the sheet 10 and its blade 14, and the cover can `be made integral with th'e sheet and folded be Vmade separate and placed thereon as in Fig. 6, Where the cover is identified by the numeral 17. In the case of the folded cover a seal 18 can be employed to fasten the cover and sheet together. In the device shown in Fig. 6 similar seals can be used or gummed surfaces 19 can be placed on the ends of either or both the sheet and the cover.
The raisedor embossed portion. of the sheet can be made in one piece as in Figs. 1
or bosses 20 to fit a'number of perforations in the blade,l and also to ita blade with a single Slot.
curely holds a blade against loss or damage when handled with reasonable care.
The blade with its folderV open can be laid raised portion is in register with the holding means on a razor, or the razor can be laid on the folder and the Vfolder and the razor from the holder to the .razor 'frame without touching the blade withthe hands. This is possible because there is no manipulation necessary to release the blade, except to remove the cover. f
Having thus `described my invention what I claim is l l. A holder for blades comprising a sheet of imperforate material with van embossed portion thereon adapted to enter the perfo-ra-l tion in a perforated razor blade, and a cover to engage the` embossed portion to prevent the blade being disengaged from the embossed portion.
2. A -holder for blades comprising a sheet of material'folded-at the center to forml one end into a cover, the .sheet of material being embossed with a portion to lit the perforation in a perforated razor blade and project through the same to be engaged by the cover. i 3. A holder forlblades comprising a sheet Patented May 31, 1910. l'
and 2, or madein a number of small lumps The lfolder is cheap and simple, and se-'I turned upside dow-n to transfer the blade the 'edge of the blade is affected by/this over Ias shown at 16v in Figs. 1 to 5, or it can i' on the guard ofasafety razor so that the of material with an embossed portion withv outperforation to enter the perforation of a In testimony, that Iclaim the foregoing, I
er v IIiermitting the blades vertical removal there- August 1909.
from Without moving the blade transversely `5 or longitudinally, a cover adapted to cover Witnesseszthe blade and the sheet and engage the em- WM. H. CAMFmLD, bossed portion'to lock the blade thereon. E. A. lPnLL.
osRoE A.` CLARK.
rated razor blade, the embossed portion have hereunto set my hand this 11th day of
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US2425337A (en) * 1944-01-21 1947-08-12 Gillette Safety Razor Co Blade package
US2604977A (en) * 1948-03-05 1952-07-29 Gillette Co Blade package

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US2425337A (en) * 1944-01-21 1947-08-12 Gillette Safety Razor Co Blade package
US2604977A (en) * 1948-03-05 1952-07-29 Gillette Co Blade package

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