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‘June 28, 1938. J. M. SHAPIRO 2,122,048 FACIAL AND TOILET TISSUE HOLDER Filed Alig, 17, 1955 972 Jivw INVENTQR ATTORNEY Patented June 28, 1938 2,122,048 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE‘ 2,122,048 FACIAL AND TOILET TISSUE HOLDER Joseph M. Shapiro, New York, N. Y. Application August 17, 1935, Serial No. 36,686 1 Claim. (01. 206-57) The present invention relates- to paper con taining cartons, and more particularly to absorb ent paper cartons. An object of the invention is to have a carton 5 which is compact to ship; which will keep its con tents in good order; ‘which is adaptable to any type of wash room ?xture;- and which will effi ciently serve the purpose for which it has been intended. , ' For a further and more detailed description of the invention, reference should be had to the fol lowing detailed description taken in connection with the attached drawing, in which Fig. 1 is a perspective view of theback of the 16 carton in closed position ready for shipment. ‘ Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the back of the carton with the ‘top in raised position. Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the front of the carton hung by its top to a conventional paper 20 roll holder. Fig. 4 is a vertical section of the carton hung by a‘ nail upon a wall. In the drawing, the reference numeral III de notes a carton in general, this carton comprises 25 a conventional box II, with a tuck top II. The carton exempli?ed is of cardboard although any other suitable material may be substituted. The top II has a tuck portion I! which may when convenient to do so'be tucked within the box H. 30 The box II has a back It and a front II. The back It has in its upper portion a wing fastener hole It. A stick fastener It’ may be, if desired, passed through hole It and through a hole II in the tuck portion it of the top II. The feature just described is so arranged as to permit hanging the carton upon a towel rack or a paper roll hold er, by simply passing the top l2 over the bar in either case, pressing the wing fastener l6’ through the hole I1, and bending the two wings 5 ?at against the tuck l3. When it is desired to attach the carton to a nail upon the wall, the tuck I3 is passed within the box ll, thereby un covering a keyhole-shaped hole l8 in the back l4. By ?tting the hole i8 over the head of a nail, such 19 as that shown at I9 in Fig. 4, the box may be se curely attached to the wall. The paper contents 20 of the carton I0 is removed through a slot 2| in a wellknown manner ‘one sheet at a time. Having fully described the invention, what is desired to protect will be set forth in the follow ing claim:-- - A tissue holder having a flap connected with one of its sides, the free end of the ?ap being adapted to be tucked into the holder, said ?ap 20 being provided with fastening means, and the holder being also provided with fastening means adapted to engage the fastening means on the flap, the fastening means of the flap and the holder being out of alignment with each other when the flap is completely tucked into the hold er. a portion of said ?ap being arched away from the holder when the fastening means of the flap are in engagement with the fastening means on the holder whereby to permit the holder to be a suspended from a suitable bar or other support ing means. . JOSEPH M. SHAPIRO.