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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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Carnot R. Wagener and Albert J. Faulhaber,
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Cincinnati, Ohio
Application January 2, 1934, Serial No. 704,994
2 Claims.
(Cl. 20-—l.6)
This invention relates to store ?xtures with
particular reference to the wall paneling and its
associated ?xtures developed for standardized use
and applicable to any type building construction
such as used in stores, soda fountains, meat mar
kets and the like, and the object of the invention
is to provide an improved wall paneling so de
signed and constructed that it may be readily
for erection and the attachment of various ac
cessories. The panels or sections 20 are applied
to a framework 2| consisting of horizontal and
vertical members 22 and 23 with the vertical
grounds toe nailed to the horizontal grounds as 5
shown in Figure 10 and with extra horizontal
grounds 24 such as required depending on the ac
cessories employed in a particular construction or
attached to a wall surface or may be readily re
10 moved therefrom upon termination of a lease or
at any time a change in the interior of the store
is desired.
A further object is to provide an improved construction which not only adds to the general ap15 pearance of the store ?nish which makes it more
attractive to persons entering the store but will
be'economical in construction cost and the salva
installation, The framework or grounds are se
cured ?rmly to the wall surface by any suitable 10
means depending on the type of Wall to Which it
is applied. However, in some instances, the use
of the frame-work or grounds is not necessary as
the panels may be secured directly to the wall sur
faces, especially in the case of wood walls or the 15
bility is incomparable to other types of construc
tion as heretofore used. Other advantages and
objects will become apparent as the description
proceeds.
Referring to the accompanying drawings which
nated as a separate unit and a base effect may
are made a part hereof and on which similar ref
erence characters indicate similar parts.
Figure 1 is a perspective view showing a typical
be obtained by the use of a different color ap
plied direct to the bottom of the panel. The
installation embodying the invention,
30
like. The vertical grounds 23 are spaced apart
to be properly aligned with the joints between the
panels 20 and with the horizontal grounds 22 po
sitioned to support the sections of the base 25 and
the decorative cornice molding 26. In less ex 20
pensive constructions, the base 25 may be elimi
drilled holes in the panels at the point of attach
ment of the base 25 are elongated and vertically
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a special
wall produce counter likewise embodying the im
positioned for adjustably supporting the base for
proved construction,
joints of the panels 20, retaining strips 21 are
Figure 3 is a perspective view, partially broken
any variations in the ?oor level. Intermediate the
secured by any suitable means such as screws or 30 '
away, showing a wall construction,
the like.
Figure 4 is'a section on line 4-4 of Figure 3,
Figure 4a is an enlarged detail view of a portion
of Figure 4,
Figure 5 is a perspective view, partially in sec
tion, showing the joint construction between the
panels and the decorative cornice molding,
Figure 6 is an end elevation showing a pilaster
wardly turned edges over which the pilaster mold
ing 28 is mounted. The molding 28 is provided
with curved edges which cooperate with the edges
of the retaining strip to hold the molding in place. 35
The molding is formed of ?exible material pref
erably stainless steel and ‘is provided with an out
wardly projecting center crease which permits it
' cap for covering the joint between the cornice
Figure 7 is a section on line 1-1 of Figure 3.
Figure 8 is a horizontal sectional view of the
inner corner construction of the pilaster molding,
Figure 9 is a horizontal sectional view of the
outer corner construction of the pilaster molding,
Figure 10 is a perspective view of the grounds
or framework used in the improved construction,
Figure 11 is a perspective view showing the
manner of erecting the panels, and
to be ?exed over the retaining strip 21.
A decorative cornice molding 26 of such de
sign as shown in Figure 5 is mounted on top of the
panels 20 and secured by means of the pilaster
cap 29 formed of any suitable material and held
in place by the screws 30 driven into the top
ground 22. The caps are usually positioned at 4,
the upper ends of alternate vertical pilasters 28,
however, in some cases they may be disposed at
the upper end of each pilaster, if desired. The
cornice molding 26 isprovided with a groove 3|
Figure 12, a view showing a, modi?ed form of
securing device.
In the drawings reference character 20 indicates the sections of paneling which are formed
in sheets of any suitable material but preferably
5;, formed of composition board or sheet steel of
any desired color, either painted, baked enamel
or porcelain enameled ?nish, the latter however,
is preferred since it is more durable and presents
a better appearance. The panels are completely
' 60 fabricated to exact size with all holes drilled ready
which serves as a price or sign holder. The sec- 50
tions of the cornice are usually of such lengths as
to form a joint at the joint between the panels
The Panels 20 are drilled to accommodate var
10115 accessories Such as mirI‘OrS 32 and the
shelves 33 of the usual conventional type such as 55
disclosed in Figures 1 and 3 and which are secured
by means of appropriate fasteninss to harmonize
with the general scheme of design.
, In the structure shown in Figure 2, the panels
34 are of short heights and are mounted just 60
molding,
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The strips 21 are provided with out
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above the display bins 35 and the fresh vege
table racks 36. The grounds or framework 31
at the top of the panels are sloped upwardly at
an angle to the front and are provided with a
series of mirrors 38 secured in the same manner
as the panels 20 in Figure 1 with the same type
of cornice and pilaster molding. The ends 39 of
the wall shelving extend forward as in the usual
type of shelving employed in stores and is
10 trimmed along its front edge with a pilaster
molding and cap as shown.
The display bins and racks are of the usual
type shown and are trimmed to correspond to the
color scheme and design employed throughout
15 the installation.
The shelf 56 and the shelves 4| are secured
in the following manner: Before the retaining
strip 21 is secured in place, the brackets 42
formed of two strips of strap metal, one strip of
20 which is positioned along the framework at the
juncture of adjacent panels with its upper end
projecting forward and sloping downwardly and
the other strip set at an angle to join the ends of
the ?rst are securely ?xed by any suitable fas
tening means to the framework. If desired, the
brackets may be formed of a single piece of strap
metal.
The shelves 4| are formed of sheets of
metal or any other suitable material which are
bent upwardly along their rear edges and down
30 wardly along front edges as shown in Figures 1
and 3. The shelf 56 is formed of sheet metal
which is bent upwardly along its front and rear
edges with the front edge further bent down
wardly and then upon itself to form a slot 51
35 which serves as price tag or sign holder, as clear
ly shown in Figure 7. The shelf 55‘ is securely
and below the shelves 4| or where no shelves the
strips are mounted along the entire joint there
between. The pilaster molding 28 of proper
lengths are then snapped into place to complete
the joints. The cornice molding 26 is then ap
plied and retained in place by means of the caps
29 which are secured by the screws 30 driven in
the ground 22. The accessories, are then at
tached in place, the kind and number depending
entirely on the individual installation. Mirrors 10
32 may be used in the more expensive installa
tions either secured on the paneling or inserted
therein, but the construction and general princi
ple of operation and installing is the same, re
gardless of the material used, or the color scheme
and ?nish employed. In the event it becomes de
sirable to remove the paneling the operation is
simple and the material is not damaged in the
least and may be readily used again thus saving
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both in material and the cost of construction.
In cheaper constructions the panels may be se
cured by means of a molding 59 formed of suit
able material bent in the manner clearly shown
in Figure 12 and secured direct to the surface on
which the panels are mounted. The molding 59 25
is secured by means of nails 60 or any other
suitable fastening means and the edges of the
panels are inserted in the slots formed on each
side of the molding. The molding in this con
struction serves to hold the panels in place and 30
to cover the joint between the panels.
The paneling is easily maintained due to the
simplicity of construction and the design of the
associated ?xtures and it may be added to or
changed to suit various arrangements.
35
It may
be further seen that the construction results
fastened to the brackets 42 by any suitable means in merchandising ?xtures which are of an im
such as bolts 43 and by screws 58 along rear edge - proved sanitary appearance, the‘ ?nish of which '
to the panels. The shelves 4| are usually of a will not deteriorate being very durable and above‘
40 length corresponding to the width of the panels
20. The pilaster molding and retaining strip in
all the salvability can not be compared with
types now employed in stores.
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this case is cut to size, a portion of which is
Having thus fully described our said invention,
placed above and a portion below the shelves 4|
and 56 along the joints of the panels 20. The
45 end shelf 4| is provided with an appropriate end,
what we claim as new and desire to secure by
The structure disclosed in Figures 8 and 9
clearly show the retaining strips 46 and 41 bent
bersfa plurality of panels including store ?xture
to be mounted on inside corners and outside cor
with their adjacent edges resting on said mem
bers, a base on the bottom of each of said panels,
a cornice comprising a plurality of molding strips
secured along the tops of each of said panels,
retaining and ?nishing strips secured to the
frame work and over the vertical joints of said
panels, and a pilaster cap positioned at the upper 55
end of said ?nishing strip over each joint be
tween said cornice moldings to complete said
?nishing member 44 to complete the assembly._ .
50 ners, respectively, and provided with pilaster
moldings 28 which are attached in the-same
manner as that shown in Figure 4 and described
more in detail.
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The manner of applying the panels is clearly
shown in Figure 11 which consistsbrie?y as fol
lows: The grounds or framework is assembled,
accurately aligned, and made secure to the sur
face on which the assembly is to be mounted.
A panel 2|) is held in place by a support 50
60 formed of cross-members 5| and 52 and of such
proportions as to prevent bowing or sagging in
the panel. The side adjacent the panel is padded
with felt or any other suitable material to pre
vent scratching the ?nish of the panel.
The
65 support is held in place against the panel by
Letters Patent, is:
1. A store panel construction comprising a, 45
framework formed of'a plurality of spaced mem
supporting panels secured to said framework'
panel construction.
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2. In a store paneled wall construction com
prising a plurality of vertical store ?xture sup
porting panels having adjacent vertical edges
held in position by metallic retaining strips, cor
nice strip material engaging the upper end of
said panels closely abutting the upper ends of
the retaining strips, each cornice strip covering
means of a prop 53 secured against the support
a plurality of panels, pilaster caps placed at
5|] in one of a series of notches 54 in the back
side thereof and secured at the other end by a
equal intervals over said cornice strips and cov
ering the ends thereof, and the bottom edges of
said panels held in place by a base strip. along
the lower edge of the panels and between said
strip 55 fastened to the ?oor, then the panel is
70 secured in place. The base 25 is then adjusted
to the ?oor and is likewise secured. The shelves
4| are then erected as above described where de
sired. The retaining strips 21 are then applied
between the joints of the respective panels above
retaining strips.
CARNOT R. WAGENER.
ALBERT J. FAULHABER.
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