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May 11» 1937~ G. c. BoENlG 2,079,593 TIE CABINET Filed July 28, 1956 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 May 11, 1937. G, C, BOEM@ _ _ ' 2,079,593 TIE CABINET Filed July 29, 193e 2 sheets-sheet 2 Patented May 11, 1937 N 2,079,593 UNITED STATES i ÍP'ATENT osi-‘ice ` 2,079,593 ’ 1 ` TIE .CABINEIL‘L George C. Boenig, Philadelphia, Pa. Application'July 28, 1936,` Serial No. 93,070 4 claims. (Cl.312--174)V » Í This invention relates to a tie cabinet and more particularly to a type wherein theties contained `. connected adjacent the trunnions 23‘by a body portion 21, the upper arm 26 having an upstand therein will be readily accessible upon opening of ing trunnion 28 and at its free end upon its up per edge,` araised portion 29 is formed, which the cabinet door, and it consists in the construc functions to prevent ties from being accidentally 5 tions, arrangements and combinations herein de. disengaged from the arm. It should bel noted,V scribed and claimed. It is an object of the invention to provide a 1 that the portion 21 is bent at right angles to the collapsible rack embodying a novel arrangement arm members, in order to effect movement of the of levers interconnected between the cabinet and rack, as'will be apparent as the description pro . the door thereof for `presenting the ties for ready ceeds. A link 30 is provided, apertured at suitable selection and removal, as well as maintaining the points along the length thereof for accommoda ties in orderly fashion when in closed position. It is a still further important object of the tion of respectivetrunnions 28 of the rack arms invention to provide a combined cabinet and rack 26, and as may be seen from Figures l and 2 the structure which may be cheaply produced, yet link 30 lies in a plane parallel with the edge I5 15 of the rack I4. A short link 3I is pivotally con serve its functions eifìciently. Additional objects, advantages and features of nected to a bracket 32 mounted upon the under side of the top Wall I3 of the cabinet, the other invention will be apparent from the following de end of the link being pivotally connected to the scription considered in conjunction with the ac trunnion 28 of the innermost rack 24. 20 companying drawings, wherein, A bracket 33 is mounted upon the underside of Figure 1 is a cross sectional View of a cabinet constructed in accordance with my invention, the the top wall I3 at approximately the medial por tion thereof and includes a pintle 34 for mounting door being shown in open position, of a short link 35. The pintle 34 passes through Figure 2 is a similar view showing the cabinet the link 35 intermediate the length thereof, and in closed position, 25 Figure 3 is a fragmentary front elevation of the to respective ends of the link 35 there are con nected links 36 and 31. The link 36 has its other cabinet in open position, Figure 4 is a cross section on the line 4-4 of end connected at a point adjacent the eyelet of the arm 2U, and the other end of the link 31 is Figure 3. pivotally connected to an ear 38 fixed to the inner 30 Figure 5 is a top plan view of one of the tie rack 30 face of the door II. arms, Ties may be arranged upon the arms in any de Figure 6 is a plan View thereof. Referring to the drawings, there is illustrated sired manner, and it will be apparent that several a cabinet I0 which may be of approved size and ties may be arranged upon each of the arms so as to suspend the .ties Without liability of wrink ED 5 construction, upon one vertical edge thereof there ling. is hingedly connected a door II. In use, with the door II in closed position, as The rack generally indicated at I2 is mounted Within the cabinet adjacent the upper wall I3 shown in Fig. 2 and it is desired to gain access to the ties within the cabinet, the door is swung thereof and includes a leverage system associ to open position and during such movement, the 40 ated with the door for effecting operation of the 40 rack as Will presently appear. The rack includes link 31 will draw upon one end of the short link a frame member I4 of channel formation (see 35 moving it toward the right, the opposite end Fig. 4) the forward edges I5 of the upper and of the link 35 moving toward the left. Ob viously, the link 36 will also be drawn toward the lower plates I6 being formed at an angle provid left causing the frame f4 to move toward the left 45 45 ing end members I1--I8 of different widths. The frame has an eyelet at the ends I1--I8 receiving and outwardly, due to its pivotal connection with respective swingable arms Ill-_20, the other ends the arms ISI-26. At the same time that such of the arms being pivotally mounted in respective movements are occurring, the link 36 remains brackets 2I-22 fixed to the back wall of the stationary, except for a pivotal action between the link 30, lever 3l and the bracket 32. Thus, 50 50 cabinet. The Walls I6 of the rack are provided with a swinging action is imparted to the various arm 24, the arms pivoting on their respective trun spaced aligned apertures receiving therein trun nions 23 of respective tie rack members 24. The nions 23-28, positioning outwardly of the cabi net, substantially at right angles to the frame I4. rack members 24, in the present instance com While I have shown and described a preferred 5,5 55 prise a pair of spaced parallel arms 25 and 26 2 ¿waste construction, I am aware that changes in con struction may be made, and I therefore consider as my own, all such modifications as fairly fall trunnions upon the arms, a link member asso ciated with the arms and having apertures spaced for reception of the last named trunnions, said link having pivotal connection with a portion of the cabinet, and link means connected between the door, a portion of the cabinet and the frame, whereby said suspension arms will be moved into within the scope of the appended claims. I claim: 1. A display structure comprising a cabinet having a door, a swingable frame within the cabinet, article suspension arms pivotally mount and out of the cabinet upon movement of the ed thereon, a link member pivotally connected door into closed and open positions of the door. 10 with the arms, said link having pivotalconnection 4. In a tie» cabinet, a frame member having with a portion of the cabinet and link means opposed platesapertured at spaced intervals, eye connected between the door, a portion of the lets formed adjacent respective end portions cabinet and the frame, whereby said arms will beV thereof, arm members pivoted therein and piv moved into and out of the cabinet upon move 15 ment of the door into closed and open positions.` 2. In a tie cabinet, a frame pivotally> connected; at its ends to the back Wall of the cabinet and movable transversely thereof, tiesuspensionarms pivotally mounted thereon, each of said anns. having a trunnion, a link, said link 4ha'ving’a plurality of. spaced;aperturesreceiving a respec tivetrunnion, said link having: pivotal connection with a portion of4 theA cabinet,- andz link means connected between thedoona portion ofthe cabi net and the frame, whereby said»` suspension arms ¿will be moved into and; out of the. cabinet upon movement of` the doorv into. closed and open positions. k3. In a.. tie cabinet, a frame member having 30 opposed plates apertured at spaced intervals, eye lets formed adjacent- respective; end portions of the frame, arm members pivoted therein and piv otally connected with the back wall of the cabinet, tie suspension arms, said arms having trunnions 35 upon opposite sides thereof- andi. engageable in opposed apertures o_f the. plate members, other otally connected to the back wall of the cabinet, said arms being of a length to move the frame 15 outwardly from-_ the back wall in one direction of movement, tie suspension arms, said arms hav ing a. portion` bent at right angles, trunnions formed thereon and disposed in opposite direc tions and journalled in opposed apertures of the plate members. a trunnion on each arm, a link menriber` associated with the arms and having aperturesspaced’for reception of> respective last .namedtrunnions a short lever pivotally connected with one end of thel link, said link having pivotal connection with the top portion of the cabinet, a lever member pivoted intermediate its ends to the top; portion. of the cabinet, a link member connected at one endto one en-d of the last named lever,- said link having pivotal connection with 30 one end»- of the frame, and a link member con nected to the door and the other end of the last named lever, whereby said arm members will be moved into and out of the cabinet upon move ment of the door into closed and open positions. 35 GEORGE C. BOENIG.