USD30130S - Design for a penholder - Google PatentsDesign for a penholder Download PDF
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Patented Feb, 7, I899.
L. B. LANIER.
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
LAMAR B. LANIER, OF DUBLIN, GEORGIA, ASSIGNOR TO CHARLES R. DILZER, OF NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA.
DESIGN FOR A PENHOLDER.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 30,130, dated February 7, 1899.
Application filed January 12,1899, Serial No. 701,995. Term of patent 14 years.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, LAMAR B. LANIER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Dublin, in the county of Laurens and State of Georgia, have invented and produced a new and origi nal Design for a Penholder, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to anew and original design for a penholder; and it has for its obj ect to provide a design of this character that shall be both useful and ornamental.
The leading feature of the design resides in a frusto-conical thimble provided adjacent to its small end with an offset pen-receiving socket-piece and in a plane in rear of and below said socket-piece with a concave-convex outwardly-bowed thumb-rest.
While the essential or leading feature of the design resides in the above-specified arrangement of the socket-piece and the thumbrest and the concavo-convex shape of the latter, the design embodies several minor features, which are, the thimble of a skeleton form and provided near its open end with enlarged rectangular openings in the same circular plane and between said openings and the small end thereof with spaced longitudinally-disposed rows of perforations.
An additional minor feature of the design is the concavo-convex thumb-rest being of an approximately elliptical shape, arranged to extend across or bridge one of said rectangular openings, and provided at its opposite extremities with rounded ears flatly meeting the exterior surface of the thimble.
Another minor feature of the design is the offset pen-receiving socket-piece being proj ected obliquely from one side of the thimble adjacent to the small end thereof and provided with a concavo-convex socket and with a straight web adjoining the thimble and having terminal rounded flanges fitting the exterior surface of the latter.
In the drawings, Figure 1 is a perspective view of a penholder embodying the hereindescribed design. Fig. 2 is an elevation thereof. Fig. 3 is a cross-sectional view on the line 3 3 of Fig. 2. Fig. lis a similar view on the line 4: 4; of Fig. 2. Fig. 5 is an end View of the holder.
Referring to the accompanying drawings, the numeral 1 designates a frustoconical skeleton thimble provided near its open end with enlarged rectangular openings 2, arranged in the same circular plane, and between said openings and its small or closed end with spaced longitudinally-disposed rows of circularperforations 3. Directly adjacent to its small or closed end the frusto-conical thimble 1 has projected laterally and obliquely therefrom a pen receiving socketpiece 4. This socket-piece is provided at its outer edge with a concavo convex socket 5 and at the inner side of the latter with a straight web portion 6, directly adjoining the thimble and provided with terminal rounded flanges 7, fitting and conforming to the exterior surface of the thimble, and the said terminal rounded flanges 7 are formed with rounded ear projections 8.
In a plane in rear of and below the obliquelyoffset socket-piece 4 the frusto-conical thimble 3 is further provided with a concavo-convex outwardly-bowed thumb-rest 9. This thumb-rest is approximately of an elliptical shape in elevation and is provided at its terminals with rounded ears 10, flatly meeting the exterior surface of the thimble. The said thumb-rest is also disposed longitudinally of the thimble and bridges or spans one of the rectangular openings 2 thereof.
\Vhat is claimed is- The design for a penholder, herein shown and described.
In testimony that I claim the foregoing as my own I have hereto ZtffiXGd my signature in the presence of two witnesses.
L. B. LANIER.
A. T. DUNCAN, R. B. CHAPMAN.
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