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May 24, 1938.
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G. c. FULLMER
2,118,399 _
COSMETIC HOLDER
Filed Oct. 51, 1934
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May 24, 1938. `
G. C. FULLMER
2,1 18,399
l - COSMETIC - HOLDERl
Filed oct. 31, 1934
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2,118,399
Patented May 24, 1938 `
UNITED îSTATES2,118,399PATENT
OFFICE l
COSMETIC HOLDERv
Giles C. Fullmer, Bridgeport, Conn., assigner to
The Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing
- ~ Company, Bridgeport, Conn., a corporation of
Connecticut
Application October 31, 1934, Serial No. 750,801
s claims.
(ci. zoe-5c)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in cosmetic holders, and relates par
.ticulariy to cosmetic -holders of the type especially
designed to hold lipsticks, eyebrow pencils and
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the like.
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An object of the invention is to provide‘ a
cosmetic holder of neat and attractive appear
' ance, which is easy to operate, and is of simple
and inexpensive construction whereby it may be
Fig. 16 is a top plan view of the modified holder
with the cover- closed;
Fig. 1'7 is a side elevational view of the operat~`
ing parts of the modified construction removed
from the casing-:
accompanying drawings wherein satisfactory
embodiments of the invention are shown. How
carrier;
Other objects and advantages will become ap
parent from a consideration of the following de
tailed description taken in connection with the
~ ever, it will be understood `that the invention is
not limited to the details disclosed, but includes
all such variations and modifications as fall with
in the spirit of the invention and the scope o
20 the appended claims.
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In the drawings:
Fig. 1 is a vertical sectional view through the
holder with the cover thereof in closed position;
Fig. 2 is a somewhat similar view but with the
cover withdrawn and the lipstick fully projected;
Fig. 3 is a longitudinal sectional view taken
substantially along the line 3-3 of Fig. 1;
Fig. 4 is a transverse sectional view taken sub
' stantially along the line 4-4 of Fig. l;
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the cover begins to open or close;
Fig._ 18 is a view partly in elevation and partly 10
in section showing the upper portion of the modi
ñed holderrwith the cover omitted;
Fig. 19 is a view partly in top plan and partly
in section showing the modiñed construction of
10 manufactured at low cost.
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Fig. 1s is a view pamy m side elevation and
partly in lsection and showing the relative loca
tion of the parts of the modiiled construction as
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Fig. 5 is a side elevational view of the holder,
with parts broken away and showing the cover as
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Fig. 20 is an enlarged sectional view through
an upper corner portion of the casing of the
holder of Fig. 11 and showing the cover mount
ing and operating means.
Fig. 21 is a side elevational view of the lower 20
portion of _an inner shell employed in the modi
iied construction;
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Fig. 22 is a view at right angles to Fig. 21; and
Fig. 23 is a view looking from the underside in
Fig. 22.
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Referring in detail to the drawings, and at
ñrst particularly to Figs. 1 through 10, the im
proved cosmetic holder as illustrated includes an
outer elongated transversely rectangular sheet
metal casing II) closed at its lower end as by wall 30
II and having its upper end open as at I2. In
its side wall I3 the casing I0 is provided with a
it begins to open or close;
Fig. 6 is a top plan ‘view of the holder> with'4 relatively long slot I4 closed at both ends but
extending longitudinally of the casing. The op
thanover closed;
Fig.’7 is a side elevational viewA showing the posite side walls I5 and I6 of the casing have 35
operating parts and carrier removed from the panel-like portions Il and I8 pressed inwardly
thereof, and the vertical edges 20 of said panels
casing;
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Fig. 8 is a side elevational view showing the within the casing form a guideway 2| at the
inner side of the slotted wall I3 of _the casing.
upper portion of a side wall of the casing;
Fig. 9 is an enlarged detail sectional view 'I'he opposite vertical edges, designated 22, oi
through an upper corner portion o1' the casing the panels I1 and I8 are spaced from the side
andshowing in section the cover mounting and wall 23 oi the casing and form a vertical guide
way 24 while the lower edges of said panel, des
, the means for operating the cover;
' Fig. K10 'is an enlarged detail sectional view ignated 25, are spaced from the bottom wall II
45 through a portion of the' cover mounting, the
_ view being taken at right angles to Fig. 9;
Fig. 1l is a view similar to Fig. 1 but showing
a modified construction;
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appear.
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Fig. 12 is a vertical sectional view of the holder
Within the casing in the guideway 2I there is
of Fig. 11 but with the lipstick projected for
arranged a slide 28 forming a support for the
cover 40 and the ñnger operator 32. The sup
use;
Fig. 13 is a vertical sectional view taken sub
stantially along the line I 3-I3 of Fig. 11;
Fig. 14 is a transverse sectional view taken sub
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of the casing providing a guideway or passage 26. 45
The upper inner surfaces or edges 21 of the panels
vI 'I and I 8 form abutments for a cover as will later
stantially along the line Il-Il of Fig. 11;
port may, as best shown in Fig. 9, include pieces
29 and `:iii welded together as at 3| and of which
the piece 30 extends above the piece 29. Its lower
end may be bent inwardly to form a ilange 30a
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against one end of member 29. I am not, how
ever, conñned to this construction. An operating
member or thumb piece 32 is arranged against
the casing wail I3 and includes a shank 33 extend
ing through the slot Id of said wall and headed
spending portion oí said bar is forced into the
over or screw threaded or otherwise connected
with or secured to the slide 28. A ñexible ele
ment 34 is secured to the slide 28 by solder or
to an eye of the cover as above described it will
be appreciated that movement of the cover from
the full line position of Fig. 7 to either dotted line
other suitable means, and this ñexible element as
shown comprises a length of flat spring metal
position of that figure must result in a twisting
of the bars Il. Since this is true-the normal posi 10
other bar as at 49 and the cover is locked to the
bar.
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When the bars 46 are secured to one of the eyes
of the slide portion 38 as above described and then
secured at one end to the slide 28 and having its tion of the cover with respect to the slide 28 is
opposite end portion secured as by' means of _a shown by the full lines in Fig. 7 and there is a
rivet 35 or the like to a cosmetic carrier 38 constant eiïort to return the cover to this position
when moved therefrom. The arrangement is
adapted to receive the inner or lower end of a lip
stick or other cosmetic 3i. The flexible ele . such that when the stud 33 of the button or
finger piece 32 is at the upper end of the slot I4
ment 34 may be of other suitable material.
the hinge connection between the cover and the
It will be noted that the slide or support _28 be
ing rigidly connected to the ñexible element 3d slide 28 is so locatedthat the cover is> resting
is really a part of it, and therefore the cover d0 on the upper edges 2l of the panels I‘I and I8 of
the casing III and the cover is in a horizontal
20 and thumb piece 32 are connected to the flexible
position closing the open end of the casing. With
element and this ñexible element may be the sup
port for the cover and the thumb piece, or the the cover in this position the bars I5 are some
cover and thumb piece may be secured directly to vrwhat twisted and areconstantly tending to re
turn to normal position and incline the cover be-v
the iiexible element.
The carrier 86 has its upper end open to re , low horizontal position so that thecover tightly
ceive the inner or lower end of the cosmetic 87. held in closed position.
When the cover is in closed.v position, the carWhen the carrier is in its innermost position as
shown in Fig. 1 the flexible element 3B extends rier 36 is in'its innermost position and the cos
downwardly through ‘the guideway 2| and metic 37 is fully within the casing and is enclosed
30 through the passage or guideway 26, where the*` and protected. To expose the cosmetic for use.
iiexible element is curved, and thence upwardly the operating member or finger piece 32 is forced
in the guideway 24 where the end of the flexible downwardly or in a direction toward the lower
element is secured to the carrier by the rivet 35. end of the> slot I 4 and as the operating member
The wall 38 of the carrier through which the rivet moves the slide 28 moves with it. ' This slide is
movable in the guideway 2| above described as
35 passes is of greater width than the body por
tion of the carrier which nts between the panels
Il and I 8. and the side walls of the carrier are
enlarged or spread laterally as at 38, adjacent
the wall 38 and these enlarged rib-like portions
overlie the Yvertical edges 22 of the panels I'I and
I8 of the casing I0, as shown in Fig. 4, whereby
movement of the carrier in the casing is'guided.
A rigid metal cover 60 normally closes the open
end I2 of the casing, and when this cover is in
closed position it may rest on the upper edge por
tions 21 of the panels Iï and I8.> The cover is
hingedly connected with the slide 28 and for this
purpose -the upper edge of the portion 38 of the
slide is provided with'a pair of extensions curled
to provide eyes 4I and 42. The cover 48 is pro
vided at one edge with extensions curved to pro
vide eyes 43 and 44. When the eyes of the cover
are brought into registry with the eyes on the
slide portion 30 a pair of bars 45 are passed
through all of such eyes. As will later be more
fully understood it is not essential that two of the
bars d5 be used since a greater or lesser num
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being at the inner side of the slotted wall I3 of
the casing. As the slide moves inwardly away
from the open end of the casing it draws the cover ì
40 with it, and as the hinged end of the cover
attempts to move downwardly into the guideway 40
2| the undersurface of the cover rides against the
comer portions 50 represented by the junctures
oi’ the vertical edges 20 and the top edges 21 of
the panels I1 and I8 of the casing and the cover
is forced open as suggested in Fig. 5.
From Fig. 5 it willlbe noted that the cover
is forced open on initial inward movement of the
slide 28 so that‘the cover is out of the way and
is exposing the open end of the casing for move
ment of the cosmetic 31 through such end of the 50
casing. Further movement of the slide inwardly
oi’ the casing from the position of Fig. 5 results
in further swinging movement of the cover to
ward open position and ñnally results in the
cover beingdrawn into the-guideway 2I within
the casing where it isout of sight and protected
against injury. As theslide is moved as stated
- it exerts a pushing force on the ñexible element
ber, if desired, will serve very well.
Thereafter the cover is moved downwardly to l3i so that -the elementl is pushed downwardly
or inwardly with respect tothe guideway 2| and
60 an inclined position as shown by the full lines in
Fig. 7 Where the cover is not at right angles to upwardly or outwardly with respect to the guide
the slide portion 38 but is below the horizontal way 24. Therefore, this inward movement of the
' position it would occupy if it were at right angles slide 28 results in the carrier 38 and the cosmetic
to said slide portion. Next, by any' suitable 31 being moved toward the open end of the
means the eye 4I of the extension 38 is pinched casing, and suñicient movement of the slide re
suits not only in the cover I0 being .drawn into
or has pressure applied thereto to depress a por
tion of the eye into one of the bars 4B as at 46 the casing but also in the cosmetic being pro
and to press a corresponding portion of‘said bar v jected outwardly through the open end of the
into the other bar as at 41. It will be understood casing for use. The limit of movement of the
that this operation locks the bars 45 to the eye parts is deñned by the inner end of the slot I4
Il oi’ the slide portion 38. Either before or after , in the casing wall and the parts are shown at the
the eye ¿il is locked to the bar 45 as described limit of their movement in Fig. 2. Y
Of course. it is not necessary to project the
the eye 64 of the cover is similarly treated as' in
dicated at 48 whereby such portion of the latter entire cosmetic when the latter is new since it
is but necessary to project its outer end beyond
eye is forced into one of the .bars 45 and s corre
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the casing for use. It will, therefore, be clear
that the operating member 32 need not be shifted
from the outer to the inner end ofthe slot.|4
except after the cosmeticlis worn or has been
used to such an extent as to materially reduce
its length.' and it will also be clear-that by main
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between the bottom wall 53 of the inner shell
and the bottom wall 65 lof the outer casing.
Within the guideway 51 is one of the slides 28
previously described, and secured to said slide in
the manner previously described is the cover 48. l
The hand piece -or operating- member 32 has its
taining a thumb on the operating member 32
shank 33 extending through the slot 56 in the
casing bythe pressure used in applying the `cos
said slide may be moved along the guideway 51
by manipulation of the operating member 32 in
a direction to carry its shank along the slot 56.
the user will not force the cosmetic back into the ' casing wall 55 and secured to the slide 28 so that
metic.
To withdraw the cosmetic into the casing it is
1 A flexible element 61 corresponding with the
but necessary to shift the operating member
toward ,the upper o1; outer end of the slot i4. ' element 34 of the figures first described is ar
As this is done the flexible element 34’ is drawn ranged in the casing 5| at' the outer side of the
shell 62 and passes about the lower curved 15
y15 downwardly in the guideway 24 and upwardly in inner
the guideway 2| and the cover is moved out wail of the inner shell having its end portions
through the open end in the guideway 2|, and disposedin the guideways 51 and 6|. That end
due to the torsional mounting of the cover it portion of the flexible element located in the
springs into piace fully closing the end I2 of theV guideway> 51 is secured to the slide 28 in any
manner as by solder or `the like and the 20
20 casing when the hinge connection of the cover, suitable
other
end
portion of said flexible element is
with the slide 28, reaches the outer end of the
guideway 2|. As shown best in Fig. 4 the flexible e secured to a carrier 68 located within the inner
element 34 is of a width equal to the widths of shell as by means of a rivet or stud 68 passing
the guideways 2| andv 24 and due to the bowing
said member at the lower end of the casing or
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through the passage 26 the end portions >of said
member are constantly pressing fiat against the
inner surfaces of the casing walls I3 and 23'as
shown in Figs. 1 and 2 and when the cover 48 is
30 closed the sloty I4 in the casing wall is closed by
the portion of the element 34 pressing against
said wall of the casing.
through `the slot v63 in the wall 62 of the shell.
While the carrier 68 will later be described in
detail it is here noted that said carrier receives the
lower end of a lipstick or other cosmetic 18. It
will be understood that the slide 28 is movable
longitudinally along the guideway 51 by proper
manipulation of the operating member' 32 and 30
since said slide is connected with the carrier 68
it will be clear that movement of the slide in- >
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Referring now to Figs. 11 through 23, the
holder includes an outer casing 5| corresponding
in all respects with the casing I8 of the figures
first described'except that the side panels are
not pressed inwardly,y and within the casing 5|
is an inner shell 52 open at its upper end and
having its lower end closed by a curved wall 53.
This inner shell 52 is secured in place within
the casing as by pressing a portion 54 of the
wardly away from the open end of the casing 5|
will result in movement of the carrier toward _
the open end of the casing, and that return move
ment of the guide will result in movement of the
carrier away from the open end of the casing.
That is, the slide may be shifted from the posi
tion of Fig. l1 to that of Fig. 12 and the carrier
will be 'shifted from the position of Fig. l1, where 40
the` cosmetic is within the casing, to the posi
outer casing through a wall of the inner shell as l tibn of Fig. 12 where the cosmetic is exposed for
best shown in Fig. 18. The wall 55 of the casing
5I is provided with- a longitudinally extending
slot 56 and the inner shell is so arranged within
the casing 5| as to leave a guideway 51 between
such inner shell and the slotted wall 55 of the
casing.
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A short flange 58 spaces the upper portio
of the inner shell from the wall 59 of the casing
5| and a lug 68 on said inner shell vassists the
ñange 58 in maintaining a passageway 6| between
the casing wall 58 and the adjacent wall 62 of
the inner shell.y 'I‘his adjacent wall of the inner
shell is provided with a longitudinally extending
slot 63 the purpose of which will later be fully
use.
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The carrier 68 is a double carrier'and includes'
an outer shell 1| which is transversely rectangu 45
lar to conform with the shape of the shell 52 and
this outer shell is open at its lower end but at its
upper end is provided withva wall 12 having a cir
cular opening 13 therethrough. A transversely
circular shell 14 is arranged within the shell 1I o
and is- of a diameter having a snug fit therein
_The lug _68 -above 'referred to is, as clearly
and is substantially concentric with the opening
13 through the wall 12 of the shell 1|. As here
disclosed, this transversely circular shell 14 re
ceives the lower end of the cosmetic 18 which end
extends through the opening 13 in the shell 1 I.
Since the shell 14 is of the shape of the
cosmetic 18 it properly receives the lower end of
shown in Fig. 22, formed by lancing and pressing
the latter and as the shell 14 has a snug or forced
a portion from a wall of the inner shell and a
flt in the shell 1| the cosmetic is held against 60
turningmovement relative to said latter shell.v
Shell 1| being of the shape of the shell 52 the
carrier 68 will be properly guided. in its move
ments by said shell 52. When the cosmetic stick
or pencil is transversely rectangular the trans
versely circular shell 14 of the carrier may be
omitted and the shell 1| of the carrier may be
set forth.
60 downwardly extending lug 64 on said inner shell
is formed by lancing a portion from the curved
bottom wall 53 of the -shell and pressing such
lanced portion downwardly. When the shell is
within the casing this lug 64 engages the4 bottom
wall of the casing as shown and may be of assist
ance in locating the shell in the casing prior to
the fastening of the shell in place by pressingthe portion 54 of the casing through the shell,
70 and itwill be noted that the curved bottom wall
53 of the inner shell is held spaced from the'bot
_ tom wall 65 of the outer casing.
With the described construction it will ‘ue noted
that the guideway 51 is connected with the guide
.75 way 6I by a passage 66 representing the space
reversed so as to dispose its open end uppermost
to receive the inner end of such cosmetic.
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It will now be understood that normally the 70
cosmetic 18 is wholly within the casing 5| and
that the open end of the latter is closed by the
cover 48 all as shown in Fig. 11. From this figure
it will also be noted that the slot 56 in the wall 55
of the outer casing is substantially closed by 75
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one arm or end portion of the ñexible element 51.
l Therefore, the cosmetic 'l0 is fully enclosed and
is protected from powder or tobacco crumbs or
the like and is further protected from crushing.
When the cosmetic is to be used, the operator
shifts the operating member or button 32 in
wardly from-the open end of the casing and this
results in a corresponding movement of the slide
28.
As the slide moves the cover 40 must move
'with it since these parts are hinged together, and
as the hinged connection moves into the pas
» sageway 51 the underside of the cover 40 engages
sliding movement along a> wall oi.' the` casing with
the support as the latter is operated to move
the carrier toward the open endrof the casing,
and spring means to lswing the cover across the
opening when-the support is returned to normal
position.
2. In a cosmetic holder, an elongated trans-versely rectangular casing open at one end and
having a pair oi’ panel portions pressed inward
ly from opposite walls with the edges of said panel
portions spaced from the other. opposite side
walls of the casing' and deñning therewith guide
ways. a carrier in the casing between said panels
<and having a pair of lateral portions extending
into one of said guideways. a support in the other 15
guideway, a flexible element connected at one
end with said support and extending downwardly
therefrom and across the casing and upwardly in
the upper edge portion 'I5 of one wall of the inner
shell 52 and is forced open against the action of
15 the torsion springs t5 to the position of Fig. l5.
Also, as the slide 2B moves inwardly of the
guideway 5l it acts through the flexible element
61 to.move the carrier 58 outwardly or toward
the open end of the casing. It will be noted in . the other guideway, means connecting the other '
20 Fig. 15 that the cover fill is swung back from
end portion of said ilexible element with the car 20
closed position during initial movement of the rier. and means to shift said support in said
slide 28 so that the cover is out of the way before guideway and operable through said flexible ele
the cosmetic reaches the open end of the casing. ment to move said carrier toward and from the
open end of the casing.
Fig. 12 shows the parts at the end of their ex
25 treme movement and there it will be noted that
3. In a'cosmetic holder, an elongated trans 25
the cosmetic is fully projected. However, it is versely rectangular casing open at one end and
not necessary to move the parts to the limit of having a pair oi’ panel portions pressed inwardly
their movements except when the cosmetic is from opposite walls with the edges of said panel
portions spaced vfrom the other opposite side
worn down after repeated use.
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Particularly by reference to Fig. 13 it- will
be noted that the lug 6d at the inner end of the
inner shell 52 is located at one edge of the ñexible
element 6l so as to guide said element in its
movement through the passageway 66 connect
35 ing the guideways 5l and 6i at the inner side of ‘
the bottom wall 53 of the shell 52. As the slide
28 is moved outwardly from the position of Fig. 12
the springs 65 of the hinge connection between the
slide and cover will immediately move the cover to
40 closed position as in Fig. ll when the hinged con
nection between the cover and slide reaches the
outer end of the guideway E7.
It will now be understood that the panels i7
and iB pressed inwardly from the side walls of
the' casing i@ of Figs. l through 10 formthe
guideways in which the slide 28 and the ñexible
element 3Q operate, and it will further be clear
that said panels serve to guide the carrier 36
in its movement. The upper edges of the panels
50 form stops against which the cover 40 bears when
in closed position and the'corner portions 60 of
the panels serve to force the cover open as in
Fig. 5 when the hinged connection of the cover
with the slide 28 moves into the passageway 2i.
55 In Figs. 11 through 23 panels are not pressed
from the side walls of the casing el _but the inner
liner E2 replaces the panels.
Having thus set forth the nature of my in
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vention, what I claim is:
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1. In a cosmetic holder, a casing having an
open end and a longitudinal slot in a. side wall, a
carrier in the casing and movable toward and
from the open end thereof, a support in the cas
ing, a thumb piece exterior of the casing and
connected to the -support through the slot to
_ shift the support in a direction longitudinally of
ways,` a carrier in the casing between said panels,
a support in one of said guideways. a ilexible '
element connected at one end with said support
and extending downwardly therefrom and across
the casing and upwardly in the other guideway, 35
means connecting the other end portion of said
flexible element with the carrier, means to shift
said support in said guideway and operable
through said :flexible element to move said carrier
toward and from the open end of the casing, a
cover normally closing the open end of the cas 40
ing, and means hinging an edge of the cover to
the support whereby as the latter is shifted to
move the carrier toward the open end of the cas
ing the cover is' drawn into the guideway with 45
the support.
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4. In a cosmetic holder, an elongated trans
versely rectangular casing `open ,at one end and
having a pair of panel portions pressed inward
ly from opposite walls with the :edges of said
panel portions spaced from the other opposite 50
side walls of the casing and deíining therewith
guideways. a carrier in the casing between said
panels, a support in one of said guideways and
against _one of said other opposite side walls of 55
the casing, said casing wall having a slot therein,
a ñexible element connected at one end with said
support and extending downwardly therefrom
and across the casing and upwardly in the other
guideway, means connecting the other end pm'
tion of said ñexible element with the carrier,
and means extending through said slot and con
nected for operation to shift said support in said
guldeway and operable through said flexible ele
ment to move said-carrier toward and from the 65
open end of the casing.
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the casing, a ñexible resilient strip connecting
the support and carrier and normally closing the
5f In a cosmetic holder, a casing having an
open end and the opposite end closed by a ñat
slot, said strip being arranged so that on move
transverse wall, a carrier in the casing movable
longitudinally thereof, said casing having a longi 70
70 ment of the support in a direction away from the
open end of the casing the carrier is moved toward
said open end, a- cover normally closing the open
end of the casing, means hinging the cover to
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walls of thecasing and defining therewith guide 30
tudinal slot in a side wall, a support slidable
longitudinally of the casing, manual means oper
able from the exterior of the casing and con
the support for swinging movement outwardly- nected to said support through the slot to shift
away from the open end of the casing and for the support, a flexible resilient band connected 75
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support and carrier whereby as the support is
adjacent one end to the support and adjacent
the other end to the carrier for shiftingI the car
rier and normally closing the slot in the casing,
said band being curved upon itself at the closed
end of the casing, a curved guide means for the
band at the concavevside thereof, a rigid cover
normally closing the open end of the casing and
hinged to the support to swing outwardly away
moved in a direction away from the open end of
the casing the carrier is moved toward the open
end of the casing, a cover hinged at one edge
to the upper edge of the support to swing out
-wardly away from the open end of the casing
_and normally crossing the open end of the cas
from said open end, spring means tending to
10 move the cover to closing position, said cover
being drawn into the casing on movement of the
support away from the open end thereof, and
means for swinging the cover about its pivot out
wardly away from the end of the casing as it
is drawn into the casing.
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6. In a cosmetic holder, a casing having an
open end, a carrier in the casing and movable
toward and from the open end thereof, a sup
port slidable along one side wall of the casing,
20 a thumb piece exterior of the casing and con
nected to the support to move the support toward
and'from the open end of the casing, a flexible
resilient band forming a connection between the
support and carrier whereby as the support is
25 moved in a direction away from the open end of
the casing the carrier is moved toward the open
end of the casing, a cover hinged at one edge
ing, said cover movable by the support into a
position at one side 4ofthe casing as the support
is operated to move the carrier toward the open
end of the casing, means engaged by the cover
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on its initial movementwìth thc support to swing
the cover on its hinge to carry 'it away from its
position crossing the open end of the casing, and
spring means to swing the cover to closing posi
tion over said open end as the support/is returned .
to normal position.
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8. A cosmetic holder comprising a casing hav
ing an open end, a shell within the casing hav
ing an open end adjacent that of the casing, >a
carrier in the shell and movable toward and from
the open end thereof, a support slidable along
one side wall of the casing, a thumb piece ex
terior of the casing to move the support toward
and from the open end of the casing, a ñexible
resilient band forming a connection between the
support and carrier whereby as the support is
to the support to swing outwardly away from ` moved in a direction away from the open end of
the casing the carrier is moved toward said open
end, said shell having spacing lugs at one side ß
movable by the support to a position at a side between its inner end portion and the casing to
wall ofthe casing as the support is operated to space the shell from the casing to provide a guide
for the flexible band, a cover hinged to
move the carrier toward the open end of the space
casing, and spring means at the hinge to swingv the support to swing outwardly away from the
open end of the casing and normally closing said 35
35 the cover to closing yposition over said open open end, saidcover being movable by the sup
end as the support is returned to normal position. port to a position on a side wall of the caslng
'7. In a cosmetic holder, a casing having an
as the support is operated to move the carrier
open end, a carrier in the casing and movable
toward the open end of the casing, and means
toward and from the open end thereof, a sup
to swing the cover to closing position over said
40 port slidable along one side wall of the` casing, open end as the support is returned to normal
a thumb piece carried by. the support at the ex
terior of the casing to move the support toward position.
GILES C. FULLMER.
the open -end of the casing and normally cross
30 ing the open end of the casing, said cover being
and from the open end of the casing, a ñexible .
resilient band forming a connection between the
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