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May 3, 1938.
A. B. DREYER“
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RAZOR BLADE HOLDER
Filed May 15, 1956
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Arthur B. Dreyer, Long Beach, Calif.
Application May 15, 1936, Serial No. 79,873
3 Claims.
This invention relates to a novel razor blade
holder whereby a scraper is provided especially
designed for scraping hot plates and grills in res
taurants and kitchens.
The prime object of my invention is to provide
a simple holder which permits the ready intro
duction and removal or razor blades.
The top plate ii] is pressed against the bottom
plate and is held in position by means of a latch
II which latch is pivotally mounted on the tang
8, substantially as shown in Figs. 4 and 5.
The construction of the bottom plate and look
A further object is to provide a novel razor
ing plate is the same in both types of holders
shown, with the exception of the means of lock
ing the locking plate in position, as previously
blade holder which will hold both double and
10 single edged razor blades.
described.
The bottom plate is provided with upstanding
A feature of my invention is to provide a device
ears l2, 13 on each side thereof, and these ears
of the character stated,rwhich will hold the razor
blade more firmly and tightly, and one which will
more effectively retain the razor blade.
‘Other objects, advantages, and features of in
vention may appear from the accompanying
drawing, the subjoined detailed description, and
the appended claims.
In the drawing:
Figure 1 is a plan view of my razor blade
holder.
Figure 2 is a fragmentary side elevation of the
holder, the fragments of the handle being shown
in section.
Figure 3 is a fragmentary sectional View taken
on line 3—3 of Fig. 1.
Figure 4 is a fragmentary plan view of a mod
i?ed type of holder.
Figure 5 is a side elevation of the same.
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are integrally formed with the plate. A trans
verse recess M is formed in the bottom plate for
the purpose of receiving the heavy backing strip
l5 of the single edged razor blade, as shown in 15
Fig. 8.
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At each side of the bottom plate, I provide up
standing walls i?, ll integrally formed with said
plate and these walls are spaced from the ears l2,
l3 for a purpose to be further described. When
the double edged blade is used, the outer ends of 0
this blade rest upon the upper edges of the walls
It, ll, as. shown in Fig. 6. This prevents the
blade from being forced inwardly when in use.
If the razor blade should slip off of these Walls, 25
it is stopped against further inward movement
by the shoulder l8 formed at the lower end of
the bottom plate.
The clamping plate i0 is also provided with an
Figure 6 is a fragmentary plan View of the bot
tom plate.
Figure 7 is a plan view of the locking plate.
razor blade.
Figure 8 is a view similar to Fig. 6, showing a
fragment of a single edged razor blade in position.
A pair of lugs 28, 2! extend outwardly from
the clamping plate, and these lugs fit between
Referring more particularly to the drawing, my
razor blade holder includes a back plate lsub
stantially rectangular in form, and integrally
formed with this back plate, I provide a lug 2.
This lug is preferably semi-circular in cross sec
The purpose of this lug
will be further described.
A locking plate 3 is superimposed on the bottom
40 tion and is threaded.
plate I, and the locking plate is also provided with
a lug 4 integrally formed therewith. This last
mentioned lug is also semi-circular in cross sec
tion and is threaded and cooperates with the lug
2 to form a complete threaded bolt which screws
into the end of the handle 5. By this arrange
ment, the locking plate is securely held in posi
tion on the bottom plate I, and clamps the razor
blade 6 securely in position.
In Figs. 4-8 inclusive, the bottom plate 1 is
provided with a tang 8 integrally formed there
with, said tang being ?tted into the end of the
55 handle 9 for the purpose of mounting the holder.
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elongated recess I9 which co-acts with the recess 30
Hi to receive the heavy back of the single edged
the ears and the walls, as shown in Figs. 1 and 4. 35
The side walls of both the bottom plate and
clamping plate are tapered inwardly at the outer
ends thereof to conform to the Width of the cut
ting surface of the razor blade.
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Having described my invention, I claim:
1. A razor blade holder comprising a bottom
plate, a clamping plate, a handle, means securing
the bottom plate to the handle, a latch pivotally
mounted on the bottom plate and engaging the
clamping plate whereby the clamping plate is 45
pressed against the bottom plate, an upstanding
ear on each side of the bottom plate, an upstand
ing wall on each side of the bottom plate, the ears
and wall at each side of the bottom plate being 50
spaced apart, an outwardly extending lug on
each side of the clamping plate, the lugs ?tting
between an ear and a wall whereby the clamp
ing plate is held against relative horizontal and
transverse movement.
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2. A razor blade holder comprising a bottom
plate, a clamping plate, a handle, means securing
the bottom plate to the handle, a latch pivotally
mounted on the bottom plate and engaging the
clamping plate whereby the clamping plate is
pressed against the bottom plate, an upstanding
ear on each side of the bottom plate, an upstand
ing wall on each side of the bottom plate, the
ears and wall at each side of the bottom plate
10 being spaced apart, an outwardly extending lug
on each side of the clamping plate, the lugs ?t
cesses, co-acting to receive the heavy backing
plate of a razor blade.
3. A razor blade holder comprising a bottom
plate, a clamping plate cooperating with the bot
tom plate, a pair of upstanding ears on the bot 5
tom plate, an upstanding wall on each side of the
bottom plate, the ear and wall on each side of the
plate being spaced apart, an outwardly project
ing lug on each side of the clamping plate, the
lugs ?tting between an ear and a wall, a thread 10
ed stem on the bottom plate, a threaded stem on
ting between an ear and a wall whereby the
the clamping plate, both of said stems cooperating
clamping plate is held against relative horizontal
and transverse movement, the bottom plate and
15 top plate having a recess formed therein, said re
to screw into a handle whereby the clamping
plate is, pressed against the bottom plate.
ARTHUR B. DREYER.
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