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May 4, 1937. `
A. F. REILLY
2,079,305
óoMPAcT BAG
Filed May 8, 1936
2 Shee‘ts--Sheei’l l
->May 4, 1937.
v A. F. REILLY
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2,079,305
COMPACT BAG
'Filed May 8, 19:56
2 sheets-sheet 2
2,079,305
Patented May 4, 1937
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,079,305
COMPACT BAG
Alfred F. Reilly, North Attleboro, Mass., assignor
to Evans Case Company, a corporation of
Massachusetts
Application May 8, 1936, Serial N0. 78,574
16 Claims.
My present invention relates to evening and
afternoon bags and the like, and has particular
reference to a novel construction of compact
pouch or reticule.
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Bags of standard type for evening and for after
noon wear are relatively large, and have com
partments in which a compact, a handkerchief,
a lipstick, coins, keys, and the like may be car
ried. These bags are quite bulky, and it is there
l0 fore usual amongst the younger feminine set to
either carry a small evening bag, or separate
Vanities, coin and key containers, and the like,
which are taken care of by the escorts.
It is the principal object of my invention to
l5 provide a small, convenient pouch or reticule
which contains a complete compact and which
also has space for a handkerchief, keys, coins
and the like, and a foldingcomb if desired,
whereby there is no need for either carrying a
20 small evening bag or separate containers.
It is a further object of my invention to pro
vide a pouch which has a compact arrangement
that facilitates quick and eifective use.
With the above and other objects and advan
25 tageous features in View, my invention consists
of a novel arrangement of parts more fully dis
closed in the detailed description following, in
conjunction with the accompanying drawings,
and more specifically defined in the claims ap
30 pended thereto.
In the drawings,
Fig. 1 is a plan View of the novel bag;
Fig. 2 is a view similar to Fig. 1, the top be
ing open;
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Fig. 3 is an elevation detail showing the top
in closed position;
Fig. 4 is a View similar to Fig. 2, the vanity
cover being in open position, parts being broken
away;
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Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 4, the rouge
cover and the pow-der cover being in open posi
tion;
Fig. 6 is a side View, the top being open, with
parts in section;
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Fig. '7 is a plan view of the top base;
Fig. 8 is a side View thereof, parts being broken
away;
Fig. 9 is a plan view of the powder receptacle,
the cover being broken away;
Fig. 10 is a section on the line ill-_l0 of Fig. 9,
the cover being open;
Fig. 11 is a plan view of the rouge container,
the mirror lid being fragmentary, and in open
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position;
Fig. 1_2 is a section on the line l2-I2 of Fig. 1l;
Figs. 13 and 14 are respectively plan and side
views, the side view being broken away, of the
powdercontainer lock member;
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Fig. l5 isa bottom plan view of Fig. 9; and
Fig. 16 is a section on the line lli-I6 of Fig. 6.
Referring to the drawings, the bag 2U includes
a rim 2| to which a top 22 is hingedly connected,
the rim 2| having a guard 23 within which a
spring catch 24 secured to the top is adapted to
enter and releasably engage the outer edge 25
of the ring. The rim, see Figs. 6 and 16, is U~
shaped, with an annular support ring 26 locked
between the sides of the rim and having a de
pending flange 21 with spaced openings 28 in
which a spiral coil 29 is wound, a mesh pouch
30 and an inner textile liner 3| being secured to
the spiral coil, whereby a flexible container is
provided suitable _for keys, coins, a handkerchief,
a folding comb, and other similar articles.
The top 22 is essentially a complete compact;
it comprises an outer portion 32 which may be
ñgured, enamelled, plated, or otherwise orna
mented, and an annular inner wall 33 which is
secured to the outer portion 32 at its edge and
diverges from the outer portion to provide a 20
powder housing. A circular cup 34 is seated
therein as hereinafter explained, and has an
opening 3_5 in the base 36 to permit access to the
powder, a cover 31 being hinged to the base as
indicated at 38, and having a catch 39 cooperat
ing with a latch opening 40 in the base, the cover
having a finger tab 4I and being recessed as at
42 to receive a powder puff, the edge of which
lits under the tab 4l. A closure 42 is provided
for the cup 34, comprising an ornamented disk
43 which is hinged to the rim 44 of the cup 34,
as indicated at 45, and has a spring latch 4S
adapted to engage with a catch opening 41 in
the rim 44, and also a finger tab 48. The closure
includes a container 49 for a rouge cake, formed ‘
by mounting a U-shaped ring 50 thereto, and a
lid 5l hinged to the ring edge as indicated at 52,
the container being of sufficient depth to also
accommodate a rouge pad if desired. The rouge
cake has a metal plate backing, and is releasably
held in place by the downwardly pointed inner
edge of the ring and by a small finger 53. The
lid 5I has a finger engageable tab 54, and is
adapted to be releasably secured to the con
tainer, which has a spring catch 55 for engaging
the edge of the lid. The lid front is higly pol
ished to function as a mirror.
The parts are stamped from sheet metal,
whereby the cost of manufacture and of assernn
bly is low.
The cup 34 has an exterior locking '
member 5,6 of similar form, and has a flanging
upper edge 5l against which the locking member
seats, and tabs 58 which are bent over to hold the
locking member in place, the locking member
having snap detents 59 struck outwardly and
spaced about its upper edge to lock beneath the
edge 58 of the annular wall 33.
v.All the exposed parts may be suitably orna
mented; the"annular wall 33 may have an im
pressed design, for example, and the closure disk
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may be similarly ornamented. 'I'he parts are
readily assembled, thus reducing the cost of
manufacture and repair.
It is thus evident that the novel construction
is very compact and complete, comprising a ilex
ible bag adapted to hold small articles, including
a cover hinged to said rim, said cover having a
compartment, and a closure for said compart
ment comprising an additional compartment
having a hinged lid which lies within the first
mentioned compartment when the device is
a handkerchief, and a cover which has powder
9. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a flexible container secured to said rim, and
a cover hinged to said rim, said cover having a
compartment, a cup» having an opening communi 10
cating with said compartment, a hinged cover
seated in said cup for said opening, and a closure
for said cup.
10. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a llexible container secured to said rim, and
a cover hinged to said rim, said cover having a
compartment, a cup having an opening communi
cating with said compartment, a Vhinged cover
seated in said cup for said opening, and a closure
for said cup, said closure having an additional 20
and rouge containers and a mirror.
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While I have described a specific embodiment
10 of my invention, it is obvious that the concept
may be applied to diiTerent types of bags, that
different materials may be used for the pouch
and other parts, that the parts kmay be orna
mented, enamelled, or plated in any desired man
15 ner, and that different arrangements of the con
tainers may be made to suit the requirements for
di’rîerent designs, without departing from the
spirit and the scope of the invention as defined in
the appended claims.
I claim:
1. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having
a compartment, and a closure for said compart
ment comprising an additional compartment
which lies generally above the closure and eX
tends into the nrst mentioned compartment when
the device is closed.
2. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having a
compartment, and a closure for said compart
ment comprising an additional compartment
having a hinged lid which lies Within the ñrst
mentioned compartment when the device is
closed.
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3. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having
a compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating With said compartment, a hinged
cover seated in said cup for said opening, and
a closure for said cup.
4. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having
a compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with said compartment, a hinged cov
er seated in said cup for said opening, and a
closure for said cup, said closure having an addi
tional compartment.
5. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having
a compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with said compartment, a hinged
cover seated in said cup for said opening, a clo
sure for said cup, said closure having an addi
tional compartment, and a hinged lid for said
additional compartment.
6. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for said opening, said cover having
‘ a compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating With said compartment, a hinged
60 cover seated in said cup for said opening, a clo
sure for said cup, said closure having an addi
tional compartment, and a hinged lid for said
additional compartment, said hinged lid includ
ing a mirror.
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7. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a i'leXible container secured to said rim, and
a cover hinged to said rim, said cover having a
compartment, and a closure for said compart
ment comprising an additional compartment
which lies generally above the closure and ex
tends into the first mentioned compartment when
the device is closed.
8. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a flexible container secured to said rim, and
closed.
compartment.
11. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a flexible container secured to said rim, and
a cover hinged to said rim', said cover having a
compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with said compartment, a hinged
cover seated in said cup for said opening, a clo
sure for said cup, said closure having` an addi-tional compartment and a hinged lid for said>
additional compartment.
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12. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a flexible container secured to said rim, and
a cover hinged to said rim, said cover having a
compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with said compartment, a hinged
cover seated in said cup for said opening, a clo
sure for said cup, said closure having an addi
tional compartment and a hinged lid for said
additional compartment, said hinged lid includ
ing a mirror.
.
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13. In combination, a bag having an annular
rim, a flexible container comprising lined metal
lic mesh and Secured to said rim, and a cover
hinged to said rim, said cover having a compart
ment, and a closure for said'compartment com 4.5
prising an additional compartment which lies
generally below the cover and extends into the
ñrst mentioned -compartment when the device is
closed.
14. In combination, a bag having an annular 50
rim, a flexible container comprising lined metal
lic mesh and secured to said rim, and a cover
hinged to said rim, said cover having a compart
ment, and a closure for said compartment com
prising an additional compartment having a
hinged lid which lies generally above the closure
and extends into the ñrst mentioned compart
ment when the device is closed.
15. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for the opening, the cover having a 60
compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with the compartment, a hinged cover
seated in the cup for the opening, and a closure
for the cup, the closure having an additional
compartment extending into the cup.
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16. In combination, a bag having an opening,
and a cover for the opening,- the cover having
a compartment, a cup having an opening com
municating with the compartment, a .hinged
cover seated in the cup for the opening, a closure 70
for the cup, the closure havingl an additional
compartment extending into the cup, and a »
hinged lid for the additional compartment. >
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ALFRED F'. REILLY.
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