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June 14, 1938. w. LINDEN ET AL. 2,120,919 HAIRPIN REMOVER Filed Jan. 27, 1937 Q 2 Sheets-Sheet l _ Inventor)‘ ?/a/fPr I752 dew Tia/$7? 1/22)? 3110? By 2mm ‘Aiiorrzeiys June 14, 1938. w. LINDEN ET AL 2,120,919 HAIRPIN REMOVER Filed Jan, 27, 1957 I ' 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Inventor; #4277?” [7219’? 27:1? 17in Fran By M 5m A iiomeys 2,120,919 Patented June 14, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,120,919 HAIRPIN REMOVER Walter Linden and Elsie Van Brun, Bronx, N. Y. Application January 27, 1937, Serial No. 122,676 1 Claim. (Cl. 175-367) This invention appertains to new and useful improvements in beauty shop appliances and more particularly to a convenient device for ex tracting hair pins from the hair of patrons. The principal object of the present invention is to provide a magnet device which can be ap plied to the hair of patrons in beauty shops and elsewhere for quickly and conveniently removing all hair pins. Another important object of the invention is ll) to provide a device of the character stated which will not be susceptible to the ready development of defects. These and various other important objects and advantages of the invention will become apparent to the reader of the following speci?cation. In the drawings:Figure 1 represents a perspective view of the apparatus. 20 Figure 2 is a vertical sectional view through the battery case. Figure 3 is a horizontal sectional view through the battery case. Figure 4 is a longitudinal sectional view ‘ through the magnetic unit. Figure 5 is a cross sectional view on the line 5—5 of Figure 4. Referring to the drawings wherein like numer als designate like parts, it can be seen in Figure 1, that numeral 5 generally refers to the battery case, while numeral 6 generally refers to the mag netic unit. The case 5 consists of the box-like receptacle 1 in which a plurality of dry cells 8 can be disposed and these are connected as at 9 in series, the terminal wires being connected to the switch I0 located in the top H of the case This top H is provided with a suitable handle [2 and is provided with an opening through which the conductor cord I3 is disposed. The cord I3, 40 when the appliance is not in use can be wrapped around the holding hook l4 and at the outer end of this cord I3 is the magnetic unit 6. When the magnetic unit is not in use, the same can be sup ported by the spring clip 15 located on the side of ' the receptacle 1. As is clearly shown in Figures 4 and 5, this magnetic unit 6 consists of the cylindrical case 16 of insulation having one end provided with an opening therein, the edge portion of which is 50 beveled as at H. Against this beveled edge por tion ?ts the beveled edge portion of the mag netizable plate l8, the core i9 projecting there from, extending through the magnetic coil 20. This coil 20 has a separator 2! interposed be tween one end thereof and the magnetizable plate I8, and has the insulating plate 22 at its opposite end. The conductors of the cord l3 extend through the cap 23 of the case it, this cap 23 being provided With the internally thread ed apron-like portion 24 for engagement over the externally threaded adjacent end portion of the case I6 and is disposed in clamping engagement with the dielectric plate 22 so that the magnetic coil assembly is ?rmly held in the case it. Suit able ventilating openings 25 are provided in the 15 case 16. Obviously, when the switch I0 is operated to connect the coil 20 with the batteries 8, the mag net becomes energized and any hair pins within the magnetic area of the magnetizable plate It! will be attracted to the plate. In this manner hair pins of paramagnetic material can be easily extracted from the hair without any inconven ience to the operator. While the foregoing speci?cation sets forth the invention in speci?c terms, it is to be understood that numerous changes in the shape, size and materials may be resorted to without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed hereinafter. What is claimed is:-— 30 An electro-magnetic unit comprising a case of insulation open at its opposite ends and provided with an inwardly disposed circumferential por tion at one end having an inwardly flaring bevel, a core structure provided with a pick-up plate at one end thereof, said pick-up plate being pro vided with a bevelled edge portion for seating engagement against the bevelled surface of the inwardly disposed end portion of the case, a coil on the core, said core extending longitudinally 40 in the case, a plate of insulation disposed against the other end of the core and being adapted to ?t snugly within the adjacent end portion of the case, the last mentioned end portion of the case being provided with external threads, a cap hav 45 ing a laterally disposed portion for engagement against the plate of insulation and an internally threaded skirt for engagement with the threads of the last mentioned end of the case. WALTER LDIDEN. ELSIE VAN BRUN.