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I May 10, 1938.
H. B. HUTTEN
2,117,094
SHINGLE
Filed March 4, 1936
INVENTOR
HENRY 8 - f/u TTEM
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ATTORNEY
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Patented May 10, 1938
2,111,094
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UNITED ‘sTAT ES. PATENT
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2 Claims.
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This invention relates to shingles for roo?ng
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contiguoim shingles or the immediately underly-_
Among the objects of my invention are to pro-l
the upper edges II or the shingles ortheunder-
vide shingles or that type which are sell-align
ing; which may be accurately and rapidly laid
lying row.
form a covering oi.’ pleasing'and attractive IP-r
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shingles of this type.
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My improved shingles, when laid as shown in 15 _
15 tumor, reference being had to the accompany- a
Fig. 2,- have a relatively large ratio of exposed
to unexposed area and hence are economical or
material in forming a water-tight covering. The
ing drawing, in'which:
Figure l-is a plan view or a shingle embodying
my invention; and
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greater accuracy than .any at the prior art
‘ Further objects and advantages or the inven
tion will appear from the following description
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An important feature or my improved shingle
is that it provides for visual alignment or res
istration with the underlying shingles at two 10
‘and distinct places. This makes it pos
sible to lay the-shingles more rapidly and with
forming a water-tight covering; and, which
pearance.
a
ing row, and with theupper edges l9 oi’ the tabs
II or the overlying shingles in alignment with 5
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without recourse to guide lines or other guiding
marks; which are economical or material in
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the horiaontal edges 22-" or the tabs of two
and siding purposes, and more particularly to in
dividual shingles of the typethat form-hexagonal
patterns when laid.
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edges l2 oi’ the overlying shingles register with
Fig. 2 is a plan view of an assemblage of the
shingles laid in overlapping rows to form a cov
shingles. furthermore, vare self-aligning both as
to adjacent shingles of the same row and as tom‘)
ering.
shingles or the underlying row.
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The shingle It is of substantially hexagonal
What I claim 3:1’-
form having parallel upper and lower horizontal "
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l. A self aligning shingle 01' substantially hex
> agonal i'orm having horizontal upper and lower -
edges ii and I2, and inclined side edges ll, ll,
edges,inclined side edges meeting the upper and _ 3
25 l5 and ‘It. The upper and lower edges are pref
'lower edges, a triangular projection at one side
erably shorter than the side edges.
At one side corner of the shingle, vbetween the corner, and a rectangular projection at the op
posite side corner,~said rectangular projection
having a horizontal upper edge which it adapted
> inclined edges," and ii, there is a rectangular
projection or tab l'l having a lower horizontal
to align with the upper edge or an. underlying v30
30 edge ll, an upper horizontal edge ll, and a ver
tical edge 20. The edges II and I! are of equal '
lengths but are shorter than thevertical length
otthe edge 20. The opposite side corner or
the shingle, between the inclined edges l5 and
It, has a triangular projection or tab 2| hav-‘
ing a horizontal edge 22 and a vertical edge 23
of substantially equal lengths. The horizontal
edges l8 and 22 oi’ the two tabs are each prob
erably one-halt as long as the length oi’ the upper
or or the lower ‘edge 01' the shingle.
The shingles‘ are lald‘horizonta'lly in rows with
the vertical edge 20 or the tab ll of one shingle
shingle.
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stantially hexagonal form having horizontal up
per and lower edges, inclined side edges meeting
the upper and lower edges‘, a triangular tab at one 35
sidertcomer, a rectangular tab at the oppoute
a side corner, said triangular tab having, a-hor-r
izontal lower edge and said're'ctangular tab hav
ing horizontal ~upper and lower edges, the tabs
of adjacent shingles of each course abutting each 40
other with their lower horizontal edges in align
ment, each-overlying shingle being laid with its
abutting the vertical edge 23.0! the tab 2| oi.’ lower edge in alignment with the lower edge or
the adjacent shingle or the same. row,-and with the abutting tabs of two underlying shingles and
with the upper edge-oi.’ its rectangular tab in 45
alignment with the upper
or an underlying
the horizontal edges is and 22 oi the two tabs
in alignment. They are then nailed or secured in
place in the usual manner. The shingles of each '
succeeding row- are placed so that the lower
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' ' 2. A. roof covering laid with shingles of sub
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- HENRY 3. Hum,
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