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Sept. 7,1937- - J. c. HERZOG ' 2,092,604 HAIRNET PACKAGING Filed May 26, 1956' / > > I’; %/ / .4‘ ’ t ////. //// / INVENTOR. jésefb? 179/205. BY m ATTORNEY. Patented Sept. 7, 1937 ‘2,092,604 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,092,604 HAIRNET PACKAGING Joseph C. Herzog, New York, N. Y. Application May 26, 1936, Serial No. 81,804 1 Claim. (Cl. 206—-46) This invention relates to hairnet packages and has for one of its objects the provision of such a package comprising an inner envelope over the top and a side edge of which a portion of a hair 5 net may be‘ folded over and held in place there on by anchoring same at two opposite corners of the envelope, the remainder of the hair net being contained within the inner. envelope and the entire inner envelope and hair net being 10 enclosed within an outer transparent envelope through which the hair net is visible for in Referring now to the drawing in detail, 5 in dicates an outer Wrapper or envelope made of cellophane or other transparent material suit able for the purpose. The said envelope 5 is pro vided at the rear thereof with a sealing flap 6. with a representation of a female head thereon, the hair of which may be suitably colored or various shades. of real human hair. Another object of the‘ invention is to provide such a package the inner envelope being provided tinted so that it may form a suitable background for a correspondingly colored hair net super posed over the said head to illustrate to a pros 20 pective purchaser the effect of the hairnet upon her own head and enable her to readily choose the desired hair net. A further object of the invention is the pro vision of such a hair net package, in which the 25 inner envelope may be utilized for maintaining the hairnet when the outer envelope becomes mutilated or destroyed. A further object of the invention is to preserve, by means of the outer visible air sealed wrapper, 30 the natural lustre of the hair of which the net is made. A still further object of the invention is to pro vide a highly practical inexpensive and attrac tive manner for packing and displaying hairnets. Other objects and advantages will appear as the nature of the improvements is better under stood, the invention consisting substantially in the novel arrangement and co-relation of parts herein fully described, and illustrated in the accompanying drawing, wherein similar refer ence characters are used to describe correspond ing parts throughout the several views, and then ?nally pointed out and speci?cally de?ned and in dicated in the appended claim. 45 Fig. 2 is a rear view thereof; and Fig. 3 is a sectional view at an enlarged scale taken on line 3-3. Fig. 1, The outer envelope 5 contains a second or inner envelope 7 made of paper or other suitable ma terial and has printed or lithographed on the front thereof a head 8 of a female having hair 9 which may be suitably colored in one of the spection. 40 Figure 1 is a front view of my improved hair net package. The disclosure made the basis of exemplifying the present inventive concept suggests a practical embodiment thereof, but the invention is not to be restricted to the exact details of this disclo sure, and the latter, therefore, is to be understood from an illustrative, rather than a restrictive standpoint. In the drawing accompanying this speci?cation 15 superposed over the head 8 and folded over the top edge H) of the envelope 7 is a hairnet I2 a portion l3 of which extends into the interior M of the envelope between the rear wall I5 and 20 ?ap l6 thereof. To more ?rmly and securely maintain the hairnet in place over the inner en velope the opposite corners l ‘i and N3 of the inner envelope pass through the mesh of the hairnet and form anchoring means therefor. 2 I. In anchoring the hairnet at the corners I‘! and a I 8, a portion thereof partly overlaps the side edge ‘I I of the inner envelope. From the foregoing it will be seen that I have provided a simple inexpensive yet attractive and 30 practical manner of packing hairnets in which the hairnets are at all times visible to the pros pective purchaser. It will further be seen that in addition to the outer envelope for maintaining the hairnet, the inner envelope is provided vfor 35 storing the said net after the said outer envelope becomes torn. Having described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is: A hairnet package comprising an inner en- 40 velope provided with the respresentation of a fe male head on one surface, the hair on said head being suitably colored, a hairnet of corresponding color overlying the said head representation, an chored at opposite corners of the inner envelope 45 and extending into the interior thereof, the said anchor being formed by passing the said corners through the mesh of the hairnet, and an outer transparent envelope in which the inner envelope and hairnet is maintained. 50 JOSEPH‘ o. HERZOG.