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May 17, 1938; ' A, P, RYAN ’ - _ 2,117,989 HANDBAG KEY RETAINER Filed Oct. 6, 1936 9 “My, ,1? 2%’; Van” » ATTORNEY. Patented May 17, 1938 2,117,939 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE ‘ 2,117,989 HANDBAG KEY RETAINER Arthur P. Ryan, Jackson Heights, N.. Y. Application October 6, 1936, Serial No. 104,205 1 Claim. ' (01. 150-34) The purpose of this invention is to provide a device, such as a hook, on.the inside of a lady’s handbag for-readily holding a key so that the key will be suspended in the upper part of the . hand-bag and may readily be found. The invention is a plate or other device having a hook or hooks thereon which may be mounted or supported on the inside of a hand-bag, either in front of or behind the lining, and it is preferred to support the plate by pins extending through the wall of the hand-bag from a letter or orna a hook or hooks, extending outward from a plate, and means mounting the plate on the inside of a hand-bag. ‘ , Other features and advantages of the invention will appear from the following description, taken 5 in connection with the drawing, wherein: Figure 1 is a view showing a hand-bag with part broken away showing keys on hooks on the interior thereof. - Figure 2 is a view looking toward the opposite 1o ' corner of the hand-bag shown in Figure 1' showing ment on the exterior, however, the plate may be an initial on the outer surface of the hand-bag supported from the frame, lining, or“ by any ,with the key plate indicated by dotted lines on 15, A lady's hand~bag generally contains various the interior of the bag, and supported by pins from the initial. ’ .16 means. , , objects, and is generally ?lled with quite a num Figure 3 is a cross section through one side of ber of relatively small objects or devices, so that when a key is placed in the bottom thereof, it is the hand-bag showing a portion thereof, and the upper part of the hand-bag, and to provide construction, in which the initial is replaced by ornaments threaded on studs extending from the hook plate. Figure 5 is also a similar view showing another alternate design in which the hook is made in- 25 tegral with the hand-bag and suspended from the showing the initial on the outside with the plate very di?lcult to locate, even when the key is on a having the hooks thereon on the inside. ring key container and, therefore,“ is desired to , Figure 4 is a similar view showing an alternate 20 provide means for suspending the key adjacent means in the form of an attachment whereby the hook ,and the, attaching means may be purchased independent of the hand-bag and readily applied or installed by a novice; and although it is ap preciated that keys may be placed in pockets or held by snaps, neither of ‘ these have been found practical, and do not solve the problem and, 30 therefore, it is desired to provide means for mounting and supporting a hook or hooks on the inner wall of the bag and adjacent the upper edge thereof upon which keys may be placed and removed with one hand, and which will suspend the keys in such a position that they may readily be found. . The object of the invention is, therefore, to provide a hook‘ in the form of an attachment that may readily be applied to hand-bags. Another object is to provide meansfor readily attaching a hook on 'the inside of a hand-bag rim‘ thereof. v , Figure 6 is a detail, showing aportion of a hand-bag showing-the plate shown in Figure 5; in which the plate extends behind the lining of 30 the bag. . Figure 7 is aview showing another alternate design, in which the hook is provided as a sep arate and independent unit, and adapted to be hooked over the edge of the bag or the edge of 35 a partition therein or of a pocket in the bag. Figure. 8 shows another alternate design in which the hooks are placed on a spring clip that may extend inward from one end of the bag. ‘a Figure 9 is a detail showing a construction which is su?iciently simple to permit being at somewhat similar to that shown in. Figure 4,'with tached by any one. the ornaments threaded on studs and extending Another object is to provide a hook thatvma'y‘ readily be attached to hand-bags which may into the wall of the hand-bag. Figure 10 is a view showing a modi?cation of 45 the device shown in Figures 1 to 3 showing a readily be removed and used on another bag. Another object is to provide a key hook on the inside of a hand-bag which may be supported by letter and plate of an alternate design. , an ornament or the like on the outside of the which the hook is mounted on a piece of tape or bag. 'Figure' 11 shows another alternate design in the like that may be attached to the lining of 50 And a still further object is to provide a hook ‘ the hand-bag by a pin or sewed directly therein. adapted to be installed on the inside of a lady's In the drawing, the device is shown as it may, hand-bag which is of a simple and economical be made, wherein numeral l indicates the hook. construction. _ With these ends in view the invention embodies numeral 2 the supporting plate upon which the hook is mounted, and numeral 3 the letter or u 2,117,989 ' 2 ornament that may be placed on the exterior of internally threaded shank 30 that screws over'a - ‘ the bag. bag from a plate 33 upon which a hook or hooks stud 3| extending through the wall 32 of a hand - In the design shown in Figures 1 to 3, the hooks i extend outward from’ the plate 2, and 34 may be mounted. It will be understood, there fore, that a single hook may be directly attached the plate 2 is supported from the letter or or nament 3 by pins or prongs 4 that extend through to a hand-bag by a threaded stud extending through the wall thereof, and the stud may _ the material forming the wall of the hand-bag and also through openings 5 in the'plate 2, and be held by a single button on the outside of the their ends are then clinched over the plate. The bag or several hooks may be used on a plate‘ plate may be plain or may be provided with em-' ' and supported by similar buttons or by orna 10 'bossed surfaces 6 providing recesses for the points of the pins, however, it will be understood that the points of' the pins may be riveted in place ments. _ . "In the design shown in Figure 11, a hook 35 is mounted upon a tape or plate 36, and this may be as shown in Figure 3 or may be'protected or attached to the inner lining of a hand-bag by a pin 31 or by any means. It will also be under 15 covered in any manner. It will also be under stood that any number of pins or holding devices stood that one or any number of hooks may be . used and the hooks may be of any size, shape, may be used, and it will be appreciated that the or design. It will also be understood that the hook may be mounted on tape or on a plate~or letter 3 may be made in different designs, and used in combination with any mounting means 20 any letter desired may be used. The letter N is desired. 20 It will be understood that other changes may shown in Figure 2, and the letter 0 shown in made without departing from the spirit of the Figure 10, in which it is indicated by the numeral be 1, and it will be understood that any letter may invention. One of which changes may be in the be used, and the inner plate which is indicated use of other means for mounting a hook or other by the numeral 8 in Figure 10 may, be of any open key-holding device in the upper part of shape or design to accommodate any letter or to a hand-bag, another may be in the use of other accommodate any ornament. The plate shown means for building the mountingmeans into the in Figure 10 is secured to the letter by rivets or hand-bag, and still another may be in the use of pins 9.which may extend through the wall of the a hook of any other type or description. 30 The construction will be readily understood 30 hand-bag, and this plate may also be provided with hooks It! as shown. from the foregoing description. In use, it is pre In the design shown in Figure 4 the inner plate ferred to manufacture and sell the hooks stamped l l is provided with a hook l2 and threaded studs from thin plates with vpin receiving openings l3 extend through the wall M of the hand-bag,’ therein in combination with letters, ornaments, or the like, having pins or prongs adapted to be and ornaments l5 may be screwed thereon to se 35. cure the plate in place. These ornaments may placed through the wall of a hand-bag and be of any type or design and as many as may be desired may be used. ' In the design shown‘ in Figure 5 a hook l6 “it extends downward from an upper frame mem ber ll of the upper edge of the hand-bag, and this may be made integral with the frame or at tached thereto in any manner, and may extend downward on the outside of the lining as shown in Figure 5, or‘may extend under the lining as shown in Figure 6, in which the lining is indi cated by the numeral I8, and the hooks or hook l6 are mounted upon a plate l9 shown in dotted lines. 50 It will be understood that the hook may be pro through the openings in the supporting plates, and the pins are then bent or crimped over se curing both the letter or ornament and the plate with the hook or hooks thereon in place and se 40 jcurely held to the hand-bag. With the hook mounted in this manner a key may readily be placed thereon and removed therefrom with one hand, and with the hook conveniently positioned in the upper part of the hand-bag the key is al ways at the disposal of the person using the hand bag, and it is not necessary to endeavor to locate it in the bottom thereof. Having thus fully described .the invention, . what I claim as new, and desire to secure by vided as a separate element as shown in Figure '7, Letters Patent, is: in which the hook is indicated by the ‘numeral 20, and the supporting plate 2| is provided with a clip 22 that may be snapped over the edge of a pocket 23 in the hand-bag 24 shown in Figure 1 supporting plate positioned on the inner surface or over any part of the hand-bag. - A U-shaped clip 25 is shown in Figure 8, and this may be snapped over the edge 26 of a hand bag 21, and hooks 28 may be formed on the inner end thereof as shown; The design shown in Figure 9 is somewhat similar to that shown in Figure v‘i except that the ornaments are replaced by a button 28 having an In combination, a lady’s hand-bag, a hook of said hand-bag with a U-shaped open top hook thereon adapted for easy removal and replace ment of a key or the like, and an ornament po sitioned on the outside of the hand-bag with extending through the material forming the of the hand-bag and into openings in the' plate on the inside, said pins being bent to secure the plate and ornament in place. pins wall said over ARTHUR VP. RYAN.