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May 17, 1938.
TEN EYCK T. MO5-HER
? 2,117,443
ERASER HOLDER
Filed April 14, 193e
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WITNESS
ATTORNEY
2,117,443
Patented May 17, 1938
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2,117,443
ERASER HOLDER
Ten Eyck T. Mosher, 腩?eacedale, Gleninont, N. Y.
Application April lll, i936, Serial No. 74,347
3 Claims.
(ill. 1Z0-�)
Figure 2 is a sectional view on the line 2-�of
Figure 1 looking in the direction oi the arrows.
Figure 3 is a side elevation of the holder with
The invention relates to an eraser and more
especially to an eraser holder.
The primary object of the invention is the pro
the eraser removed.
vision of a holder of this character, wherein a
disk type of typewriter eraser can be conveniently
Figure 閘 is a view similar to Figure 3 showing
the disk type of eraser fitted in the holder with
the whisk brush eliminated.
and easily supported for the holding thereof so
that such eraser will work upon paper in a type
Similar reference characters- indicate corre
writer or for service in erasing anything needing
the same, that is, for the erasing of freshiy done
sponding parts throughout the several views in
the drawing.
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Referring to the drawing in detail, particularly
Figures l to 3 inclusive, the holder comprises an
elongated stock forming a handle-like body 5
preferably made from hard wood althoughit may
typewriting, old typewriting, printing, writings in
ink and lead pencil, the removal of dirt and nager
marks from papers and books, particularly where
the erasing requires pressure for a clean and
neat job and without injury to the lingers and
be made from metal or any other suitable mate
rial and is out and shaped at one end portion to
provide a handle i5 proper, the latter having a hole
hand of an operator.
Another object of the invention is the provision
of a holder of this character, wherein the disk
?i therethrough so that the holder can be sus
pended from a nail or other fastener upon a wall
type of eraser can be conveniently and easily
fastened in place and such eraser will be firmly
20 held against rotation or turning while in use and
such disk eraser can be conveniently adjusted in
the holder to present a fresh surface of the eraser
to the work when the same is required yet when
such eraser is in action it will not turn in the
25 holder, thereby enabling the easy erasure of mat
or support.
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The body 5 remote from the handle end 6 there
of at one side is cut into to provide a counter
seat 8, it having a shape to accommodate a disk
like rubber eraser Q so that a portion of the
peripheral edge as at if) of the said eraser 9 will 25
be exposed for service in making erasures from
paper, cardboard or the like and when such paper
ter through the use of said eraser.
A further object of the invention is the provi
sion of a holder of this character, wherein the
disk type of eraser can be held in the holder by
may be held within the typewriter, although the
erasures can be made very successfully when the
30 a fastener such as a winged nut carrying bolt
and when carried by said holder enables the use
of the eraser with ease and dispatch, relieving
strain ordinarily required when manipulating
the eraser proper and avoiding bruised skin, cut
35 fingers or fatigue incident to the holding of the
eraser by the fingers, the holder being of novel
construction.
A further object of the invention is the provi
paper, cardboard or other material is entirely
away from the typewriter machine. This disk as
is usual is held within a forked bearing l l carry
ing a whisk brush i2.? and centrally of the bearing
il is a suitable opening which matches the hole
I3 provided in the body 5 so as to receive a bolt 35
i-?i carrying a winged nut l5 whereby the eraser
can be secured seated and firmly held in the
counterseat 8, and carried by the holder for serv
ice rather than to have the eraser supported in
the hand between the fingers thereof as is cus 40
sion of a holder of this character, which is ex
40 tremely simple in construction, thoroughly re
liable and efficient in operation, readily and easily
handled, strong, durable, and inexpensive to
tomary.
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The counterseat 8 in the body 5 is continued
to form an abutment shoulder lli against which
manufacture.
can be placed the bearing il in the fastening of
With these and other objects in view, the in
vention consists in the features of construction, i the eraser in the holder, as is clearly shown in
combination and arrangement of parts as will be Figure l of the drawing.
ln Figure 4 of the drawing there is shown a
hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in
the accompanying drawing, which discloses the modified form of eraser Il, it being cheeked by a
preferred embodiment of the invention and metallic disk lil and such eraser l'l is fastened
in place by a fastener i!! as should be clearly 50
pointed out in the claims hereunto appended.
In the accompanying drawing:
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Figure l is a perspective view of the holder
constructed in accordance with the invention
shown grasped by the hand of a user and the
55 eraser carried thereby.
apparent.
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An essential feature in having the eraser carried
by the holder permits the firm fastening of the
eraser so that it will not rotate or turn while in
use in the holder, whether such eraser is being 55
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manipulated either for ordinary use or real
strenuous erasing.
Yet by the loosening of the
fastener the eraser will turn to a new position
and then be ready when firmly fastened for
further service.
What is claimed is:
1. A holder for a disk eraser having a whisk
brush comprising a body having a counterseat in
one face thereof at one end and a handle at the
oppositey end, a fastener carried by the body at
the counterseat for the detachable securing of a
disk-like eraser within said counterseat, and a
shoulder at the forward end of the body next to
the counterseat for abutment of a whisk brush
15 bearing for said eraser therewith.
2. lin combination, a holder comprising a
handle having a substantially circular recess in
the forward end thereof, said recess opening
through a side of said handle and also opening
20 through one edge of the handle and the forward
end thereof, a disk-shaped eraser seated in said
recess and having a portion thereof projecting
through the opening in said one edge and for
ward end of the handle, and means securing
said eraser in said recess.
3. In combination a handle having a substan
tially circular recess in the forward end thereof,
said recess opening through a side of said handle
and also opening through one edge of. the handle
and the forward end thereof, a disk-shaped eraser 10
seated in said recess and having a portion thereof
projecting through the opening in said one edge
and forward end of the handle, means securing
said eraser in said recess, a brush, and mounting
means for mounting said brush on said eraser, 15
said mounting means engaging against the for
ward end portion of said handle in a manner to
hold said brush at an obtuse angle to the length
of the handle.
TEN EYCK T. MOSHER.
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