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Àpril 5, 1938. s, B, KLAHN 2,113,089 BANK DEPOS I T BAG Filed Feb. 19, 1937 /Nz/EA/TUR ` S. B. KLAHN 2,113,089 Patented Apr. 5, 1938 ATENT crevice UNITED 2,113,089 BANK DEFOSET BAG Sidney B. Klahn, Portland, Oreg. Applicatien February 19, 1937, Serial No. 126,583 3 claims. (c1. 15o-Li) l projects through the front Iû. A leather hasp 25 having a slot 2B is secured to the front I0 directly below the staple 24. Directly above the deposit bag. base 23 is secured a stiffening plate 21 which may The main object of this invention is the con be of any suitable material. A slot 28 is formed 5 struction of an improved form of deposit bag which Will be simple to manufacture, easy to through the front It) and the plate 21 and regis ters with the staple 24 when the bag is ina closed open and close by an authorized person, but diñi cult to gain access thereto by an unauthorizedy position. The center flap lll is also provided` person without showing that it has been tampered with a slot 29 which is directly opposite the slot 28. vIn order to close the bag, it is first necessary to 10 with. move one of the flaps I6 to the position shown ' The second object is to construct a bag of the in Fig. 3 and then to move the other flap i6 to character described which will be durable in con struction and inexpensive to manufacture and the position shown in Fig. 4 and to then fold the center ñap lli downwardly over the staple 24 and maintain. These and other objects are accomplished in then place the hasp 25 in position over the staple 15 the manner set forth in the following specification 2li» after which a lock 3l? is placed in the staple as illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in 24 or a suitable seal is substituted for the lock. It can be seen that when the bag is closed as which: Fig. 1 is a front elevation of the bag in open stated that it Will be impossible to open the bag This invention relates generally' to bags for containing valuables, and particularly to a bank position, without mutilating it or opening the lock or de Fig. 2 is a rear elevation of the bag. Fig. 3 is a front elevation of the bag showing one corner ñap folded to a partially closed posi stroying the seal. is to provide safe carriage for valuables against tion. Fig. 4 is a fragmentary front elevation showing both corner iiaps folded to a partially closed tampering only since it is obvious that if anyone desired to take the contents of the bag, it would 25 be a very convenient way of taking them, by taking the bag itself or by cutting the canvas bag open with an ordinary knife. The bag herein de position. Fig. 5 is a fragmentary elevation showing the folded ñaps turned engaging the staple and the lock in position. Fig. 6 is a side elevation showing the locked bag. Fig. 7 is a transverse section taken along the line 1-1 in Fig. l. Fig. 8 is a transverse section taken along the line 8--8 in Fig. l. Similar numbers of reference refer to similar parts throughout the several Views. Referring in detail to the drawing, there is shown a bag consisting of the front I@ and back Il which are joined by the seams l2 and i3. On the upper portion of the back H is ñxed a tri angular center ñap Hl whose base I5 is parallel with the bottom seam I3. Also attached to the back Il are the corner 45 20 It will be understood that the nature of this bag scribed is intended only to prevent tampering with the contents as Stated. 30 While it is desirable to make the parts I0 and l! out of a heavy fabric and the parts I4, I6, 23, 25 and 2l out of leather, they could, of course, be made out of any other material Without departing 35 from the spirit of this invention. I claim: l. A device of the class described, comprising an open mouthed bag of flexible material having triangular sti?fening flaps mounted in the corners of the open end, each of said flaps having a slot 40 formed therein parallel with the open end, said flaps being adapted to fold diagonally against one side of said bag in a manner that their slots will register, said bag having a slot formed through stiffening flaps l5 which are somewhat triangu opposite sides thereof adapted to register with 45 lar in shape and their edges il form a folding line with the edges I8 of the center ñap lll. The edges IS of the flaps IE are substantially paral lel With the seams l2. The edges 2B have formed thereon the projection 2l which contains the slot 22. -It will be noted that the slots 22 of the two ñaps I6 register when the flaps are in the the flap slots while they are in register, a staple projecting from one side of said bag adapted to extend through the flap slots and through the bag and to project therefrom and means for pre Venting the Withdrawal of said staple from said slots said bag being rectangular in outline when closed. 2. A device of the class described comprising an open mouthed bag of flexible material having a staple base and a stiffening plate mounted on 55 position shown in Fig. 4. On the inside of the front I0 is secured a staple 55 base 23 to which is attached a staple 24 which 2 2,113,089 one side thereof, the adjacent edges of which ` allel to the side edge of the bag and the third form a folding line normal to the length of the side forms a diagonal line extending from the bag, said staple plate having a staple projecting therefrom, said bag having a slotted hasp disposed adjacent to said staple, said bag and stiffening plate having slots therein adapted to register with said staple when the mouth of the bag is folded along its full Width along the line between said staple plate and stiiîening plate and corner 10 stiffening íiaps at the outer corners of said bag having slots therein adapted to register With said staple when said flaps are folded against said bag in a manner to make the slotted edges thereof overlap. 3. A device of the class described comprising a 15 canvas bag having an open end having triangular corner stiifening ñaps secured to the outermost corners thereof, one side of which is parallel to the open edge of the bag and another side is par middle of the open edge to a point along a side edge, each of said ñaps having a slotted projec tion formed thereon extending beyond the open end of the bag, a triangular center ñap secured to one side of the mouth of the bag between the corner flaps, a stiffening plate mounted on the opposite end of said bag, said bag stiiïening plate and center ñap having slots formed therethrough 10 adapted to register with the slots in said pro jections when said projections are made to over lap, a staple securedto said bag adapted to pro ject through all of said slots, a hasp attached to said~ bag adapted to engage said staple and a lock 15 for the projecting end of said staple, said bag being characterized by having a rectangular shape when open or closed. SIDNEY B. KLAHN.