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Aug. 16, l938_.
A. L. DAvls Er AL
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2,127,350
LIPSTICK GONTAIINER
Filed May 5, 1937
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2,127,350
Patented Aug, i6, 1938
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Albert L. Davis, Watertown, Conn., and Simon T.
- Morrison, New York, N. Y.. assignors to The
' American Brass Companwwaterbury, Conn., a
corporation of Connecticut
Application May 3, 1937, serial No. 140.418
8 Claims. ‘ (Cl. 20G-_56)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in containers, land has particular re
lation to lipstick containers, although it is to be
understood that the device of the invention may
5 be used for the holding of cosmetics other than
lipsticks and that the latter word is not herein
Fig. 9 is a plan view of a ,short cap or cup like
cylindrical extension member employed;
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Fig. 10 is a side elevational view of the member
of Fig. 9; and
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, Fig. 11 is a longitudinal sectional view, on an 5
enlarged scale, through the lower portion of a
container and showing a modiñed construction.
Referring in detail to the drawing the container
improved construction for retaining the lparts in lincludes an outer shell I0, an intermediate shell
I I and an inner shell I2. Each of the shells is in 10
l0' assembled relation.
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Another object of the invention is to provide a the form of a drawn metal» cylinder, being prei'
"lipstick container including an operating member erably of brass“ or the like. -Ir'iner shell I2 includes
for causing the lipstick or other cosmetic to be a bottom wall I3 providing a shoulder Ißa, and
this'wallis- provided with slots or openingsv I4, and
projected from -the container for use and re
lß tracted into the container after use and which in its side wall such shell is provided with an 15
operating member may be _applied in any -desired inclined or spiral slot i5 extending for a good
used in avlimiting sense.
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An object of the invention is'to provide an
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color or’ design to otherwise substantially com-'f` portion of the length oi' the shell.The intermediate shell I I has the main or cen
pletely fabricated and assembled containers.`
tral portion ot its bottom wall cut away but at its
A further object is to provide a lipstick con
sembled containers.
lower end includes a shoulder or inturned por- 20
tion It. In its side wall shell II is provided with
an inclined or spiral slot Il, and it is .noted that
slot I1 inclines in the direction opposite to the
direction of incline of slot I5 o! shell I2. In the
parent from a consideration of 'the following de'
tailed description taken in connection with the
II, and while turnable therein about .a longitudi
nal axis is prevented from moving downwardly __
accompanying drawing wherein satisfactory em
therethrough due to an overlapping of the bottom
W tainer including an operating member in the form
oi a base for 'the container and which may be
applied in the desired color or design to other
Wise substantially completely fabricated and as
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Other- objects and advantages will become ap-_ complete container the shell I2 is within the shell 25_
hodiments _of the invention are shown. However,
30 it is to be understood that the invention is ‘not
limited to the details disclosed, but includes al1
such variations and modiñcations as fall within
the spirit of the invention andthe scope o! the
...appended claims.
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wall I3 by the inturned portion I6 of shell II. .
The lshell I I-may- be drawn from a.blank cut from 30
sheet metal and with its lower end closed, and '
then the lower closed end cut or punched out in a
suitabledie to produce the opening Ita and leave
the inturned iiange I8.
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Outer shell l0 is also drawn and has its upper '35
In the drawing:
end portion slightly inturned as at I8, and when
slipped over the shell/II overlies the upper end
according to the invention, the enclosing cover or > thereof whereby movement oi' the outer shell onto
Fig.- 1 is a longitudinal sectional view, on- an
enlarged scale, through a lcontainer constructed
casing being shown> in dotted lines;
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the intermediate shell is limited. » Shell I0 is the
' finishing shell and is not slotted 'or otherwise 40
Fig. 2 is a transverse sectional view taken'
along the line 2-2 of Fig. 1;v
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perforated, and if desired. may be exteriorly fin
Fig. 3 is a side elevational view of the outer shell'j ished in the desired manner as by coloring, etc.
of the container ; l
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' Within and shiftable longitudinally of shell I2
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Fig. 4 is an end viewot such shell, the viewbeing ' is a holder orA carrier I9 in the form of 'a rela»` .
‘“' taken as lookinglinto the lower end of Fig. 3;
Fig. 5 is a side elevational view of an intermedi-V
ate shell employed, a portion being broken away
. tively short shell or cylinder.
The holder _ has a 45
pin 2li attached to or formed with it, and such pin
projects through the slot I5 of shell I2 and into _
the slot I1 of shelliII., Therefore on a-relative
to more clearly show the construction;
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' turning of the shells YII and I2A the holder I9 is,
Fig. 6 is an end view taken as 'looking toward ,y caused to move longitudinally in shell I2. If
the lower end ot Fig. 5;
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the turning movement is vin one direction the
Fig. '7 is a side elevational'view of the inner holder is moved toward the outer orupper end o1'
shell of the container;
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the shell to expose the lipstick 2l 'for use, and
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- Fig. 8 is a bottom plan view .of the shell oi' _ on `the turning movement being in the opposite
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direction thelipstick is retracted into the shell. 55
aisasso
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projects beyond or below the lower end of the
i 2. _ Except for this change in the lower. end con
struction this holder is the same as that of Fig. 1.
Having thus set forth the nature of our inven
shells, providing an extension by means of which
tion, what we claim is:
the inner shell may be turned in the shell II.
Member 22 includes a bottom wall 23 from which
shell open at its upper end, a holder in said shell,
A short cup-like cylindrical extension 22 is at
tached to the bottom wall of the inner shell I2 and
lugs 2l are lanced and pressed outwardly. 'I‘hese
lugs are passed through the slots Il in the end
wall il ot shell I2 and then bent over or clinched
wherebythe member 22 is rigidly attached to the
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l. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical.
a cylindrical shell aboutjsaid inner shell and"
within which the latter is turnable. said shells
having engaging shoulder portions whereby they
are held against relative longitudinal movement
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in one direction comprising -an inturned shoulder
Thereafter an operating member or hand‘piece. on the inner shell adjacent its lower end and an
25 is attached to the extension member 22. The inturned flange at the lower end of the' second
operating member may have a forced fit on the shell engaging said shoulder, an extension on the
extension or may be soldered or otherwise secured inner shell and projecting beyond one end cf the
thereto. Such member may be of metal or any other shell, an operating member on said exten
sion"`and preventing relative longitudinal move
suitable material and may be colored or pro
vided with a design to suit the customer. The ment of the shells in the other direction, said
outer shell IB may telescope with a tubular slip member being operable through said extension to
cover 26 also in the form of a drawn shell and turn the inner shell in the other shell, and means 20
whereby such turning movement‘results in move
having an outer end wall 21 so that when in po
sition it closes the open end of the container. ment of said holder longitudinally of the inner
Member 25 comprises a hand piece for turning shell.
2. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical
extension!! and thereby the shell I2 in the shell
il whereby to feed the holder` Il to expose and shell including a bottom wall having slots there 25
in, a holder in said shell, a cylindrical shell about
retract the lipstick as above explained.
shell i2.
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As the operating member 2l is attached to the
extension it willbe understood that the contain
said inner shell and at its lower end 'having an
inturned portion -slightly overlying the bottom
ers may be made complete with the exception of wall oi' the inner shell whereby the shells are heldv
the operating member and kept in stock ready for against relative longitudinal movement in one di 30
the attaching of the operating- member. There c rection, a short e tension member including an
end wall,- lugs on said end wall and passing
after on receipt of orders for containers operat
through 'the slots in said bottom `wall`.'and
ing members of the desired color and configura
tion or design desired by the customer mayìbe
.35 attached to the extension of the containers and
the latter are therefore quicklyavallable in the
desired style and color combination.'
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-clinched over on the inner side thereof whereby '
the member is secured to the inner shell andl
projects beyond the lower end- of the other shell,
an operating member on 'said extension mem
ber and projecting radially beyond the inner
It is noted that the operating member Il pro
jects radially beyond the edge of opening lla in shell and preventing relative, longitudinal move- `
the inwardly extending flange i0 of shell ii and ment of the shells in the otherl direction and
therefore when the member is in place it serves -operable through the extension to turn the inner
shell inthe other shell, and` means whereby said
to prevent movement of the inner shell outward
’ ly through the >upper end of the intermediate turning movement results in movement of said
shell, and thus since the inturned »portion or holder longitudinally of the inner shell.
3. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical 45
45 shoulder Il of the latter- shell prevents down
ward movement of the inner shell relative to the shell having an outer'annular shoulder'adjacent.
intermediate l~shell, the'shells are held against one end, a holder in said shell, a cylindrical shell
relative longitudinal movement.' Preferablythe about said inner shell and within whichthelat'
_ operating member projects radially to _the extent y ter is turnable, said‘second shell `having an in
,5b shown whereby to provide an abutment ’for ‘the . wardly extending flangeoverlappins for a short '50
` innerer lower end ofthe cover”.
rig. 11 shows' a sughi; modlneauonwnerein the
distance the said-shoulder, an extension on the ~
innery shell and projecting beyond said end of
the other shell, an operating membersecured on
ç bottom wall is carried inward a slight distancev or ' and enclosing said extension, said member being 1
operable through said extension to turn'the inner
55 reduced in diameter as at Il to form a shoulder shell in the other shell, and means whereby such
and then continues downward providing a tubu
inner shell Ila instead of being provided with a
lar extension Il. In the assembly the shoulder
2l engages or is'engaged by theinturned portion
' Il of shell Il to prevent movement of [shell il
downward through shell Il sswill be clear from~
turning movement results inv movement of said
holder- longitudinally'with respect to.t,he inner y
shell.
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4. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical 60
shell, a holder in said shell, a 'cylindrical -shell ,
the description of the first iigures of _the drawing. about said inner, shell and at its lower- end'hav
-On the extension Il is an operating member ving an inturned portion slightly overlying the
Ila similar tothe operating member“ already lower. end of thev inner shell whereby'the shells
described. Member Ilamay have a` forced fit on
held against relative longitudinal movement
cs the extension “for may be soldered thereto. and l _are
in one direction, an extension member-,interlock
preferably has an undercut lll _into which the ing lug and slot means rigidly connecting said
lower- end Il of the extension is forced as the
. parts are forced together. In this way member
llaisseeurelyattachedto'extension _!I. Itisap
plied after the shells Il and lia are assembled.
lemberìleprovidesahandpieceorgrlponthe
extenslonbymeansofwhlchtheshelliîmaybe
'turnedin theeliell il tocause movement-of the
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member and ‘inner shell with the member pro
jecting through the lower end of the other. shell,
an operatingmember secured on' and enclosing
said extension beyond the other shell and pro
je'cting
beyond the inner shell and pre- i
venting relative longitudinal movement 'of thev
shells inthe other directionandoperabletoturn'
Il longitudinally with respecttothe shell vtheinnershellintheothershell, and means75
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whereby such turning results in movement of said
holder longitudinally of the inner shell.
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5. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical
shell, a holder in said shell, a cylindrical shell
about said inner shell and at its lower end having
an inturned portion slightly overlying the lower
end o! the the inner shell whereby the shells are
held against relative longitudinal movement in
“ one direction, an operating member attached to
10 the inner shell through the lower end of the other
shell and projecting radially beyond thev inner
shell so'as to cooperate with the second shell to
prevent relative longitudinal movement of the
shells in the other direction and operable to turn
the inner shell in the other shell, and means
whereby such turning results in ímovement oi'
sa`id holder longitudinally with respect to the
inner shell.
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- - 6. Ina lipstick container, an inner cylindrical
20 shell, a holder in said shell, an outer cylindrical
l shell about
said inner shell, an intermediate cy
lindricai shell between said inner and outer shells.
saidintermediate shell at its lower end including
an inturned portion slightly overlying the lower
25 end of the inner shell lwhereby saidshells are
held against relative longitudinal movement in
one direction, said outer shell having a portion
slightly overlying the outer end oi' the intermedi
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tudinal movement o_i' the inner and intermediate
shells in the direction opposite the ñrst men
tioned direction and serving as an abutment for
the inner end of said slip cover.
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7. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical
shell, a holder in said shell, av cylindrical shell
about said inner shell and `within which the lat
ter is turnable, said second shell having an open
ing in its lower end oi.' less diameter than» the
shell forming an inturned shoulder, an integral
tubular extension on said innerlsh’ell >of less di
ameter than `thensheli providing a shoulder and
said extension projecting through the opening'in
the lower end oi the othershell so that the shoul
ders engage to hold the shells against relative
longitudinal movement in one direction, an oper
ating member on said extension and preventing
relative longitudinal movement of the shells in
the other direction, said member being operable
through said extension to turn the inner shell in 20'
results in movement oi' said holder longitudinally
the other shell, and means whereby `such turning «
of the inner shell.
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8. In a lipstick container, an inner cylindrical
shell,` a holder in said shell, a cylindrical shell
about said inner shell and within which the lat
ter is turnable, said second shell having an in
wardly extending ilange at its inner. end, vsaid f ' '
ate shell and cooperating therewith to limit move
ment of the `outer shell longitudinally over the
intermediate shell, an operating'member attached
to the inner shell through the lowier end of the
intermediate shell and operable to turn the inner
in one direction, said extension projecting- beyond .I
shell in the intermediate shell, means-whereby
on said extension and operating through said ex-'
35 such turning'results in movement of said holder
inner shell having a reduced extension at its in
ner end providing a shoulder engaging s_aidi'lange 30
to hold the shells against longitudinal movement
the end of the outer shell, an operatingj member
to .turn the inner she1l,-and cooperating g5
longitudinally of the inner shell, a tubular slip- tension
means on the holder and said . shells whereby . -cover over the outer shell and normally closing
such turning movement will shift the'holder
the outer end of the inner shell, and said operat
ing member projecting radially beyond the inner
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ALBERT L. DAVIS.' 40 ends of said shells and preventing relative longi
longitudinally.
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SIMON T. MORRISON,
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