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Aug. 23, 1938.
2,127,620
B. SABANEEFF
MASK
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Filed Aug. 11, 1937
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
INVENTOR
Basil Salaameeff
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HIS
ATTORNEY
Aug. 23, 1938.
B._SABANEEFF
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2,127,620
MASK 1
Filed Aug. 11,1937
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
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INVENTOR‘
Basil Sabaneeff
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ATTORNEY
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2,127,620
Patented Aug. 23, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,127,620
MASK
Basil Sabaneeff, New York, N. Y.
Application August 11, 1937, Serial No. 158,534
4 Claims. (01. 2-206)
The invention relates to masks and has for its
object to provide a mask which is simple and in
expensive to manufacture, due to its being made
entirely in the ?at, and when worn it is shaped
5 so as to substantially cover the head.
‘It readily
lends itself to being suitably decorated to simu
late various distorted human features or animals
and a mask is thus provided which has an ex
ceptionally unique and grotesque appearance. In
10 addition to being used as a mask for amusement
purposes it is readily applicable for use in adver
tising or for window display purposes.
The invention will be fully described in the fol
lowing speci?cations and illustrated in the draw
15 ings forming a part thereof.
Referring to said
drawings:
Fig. l is a plan view of the blank for one side
of the mask;
Fig. 2 is a plan view of the blank for the other
20 side of the mask;
,
Fig. 3 is a perspective view of the mask as it
would appear when worn;
Fig. 4 is a plan view of the blank for one side
of the mask showing it decorated to simulate an
25 animal’s head and with other slight modi?ca
tions; and
Fig. 5 is a side View of the assembled mask, the
blank for one-half of which is shown in Fig. 4.
Referring again to the drawings and particu
30 larly to Figs. 1, 2 and 3, the mask may be made of
heavy paper, light cardboard or numerous fabrics
stiffened to give them a slight amount of rigidity.
It is suitably decorated and, as shown in Figs. 1
and 2, the blanks are stamped from a piece of
35 flat material.
The blank shown in Fig. 1 is provided with a
plurality of ?aps I0, II, I2, I3, I4, I5, I6, I'I, I8,
I9, 20 and 2|. The ?aps are bent on the crease
line parallel with their edges, suitable paste or
40 adhesive is applied and they are secured to the
blank illustrated in Fig. 2 which is similar in all
respects to that illustrated in Fig. 1, with the ex
ception of the flaps. Thus the mask, when com
pleted, is perfectly ?at so that it occupies a mini
45 mum amount of space when being stored or
shipped.
The ?aps I0, II, I2, I3 and I4 are on what
might be termed a hood portion 22 of the mask.
This hood portion is divided into a plurality of
50 wings 23 and a cord 24 passes freely through ap
ertures 25 in the wings and is secured at 26 in
the rear part of the mask. When the mask is
being worn the two cords 24 are pulled together
and the hood portion covers the head as shown
55 in Fig. 3.
When the mask is being prepared for use it is
opened and interlocking projectors 30 and 3| are
engaged with each other as shown in Fig. 3. The
locking tab 32 is entered into the slot 33, the hood
is bent over, the strings 24 are tightened and the 5
mask will appear as shown in Fig. 3.
The open
ings 34 between the two interlocking projections
30 and 3I extend inwardly into the face portion
of the mask so as to permit of overlapping when
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the mask is formed.
Crease lines 35 are provided to aid in forming
the nose and other crease lines 36 act as bending
lines to assist in forming the rounded contour of
the mask. Strips 31 may be die out in the face
of the mask during the stamping operation of the 15
blank and these strips may be bent outward when
the mask is being worn, thus giving a grotesque
simulation of hair.
In Figs. 4 and 5 the mask is decorated to simu
late an animal’s head and similar reference char- 20
acters denote similar parts. In this form the in
terlocking projections 3Il—-3I have been omitted.
A rearwardly extending portion 40 is adapted to
be bent forward when the mask is being used and
this portion is suitably colored so as to give a 25
very realistic- appearance of a tongue in the ani
mal’s head.
I claim:
1. A mask formed of two ?at blanks having
their forward and lower edges adhesively secured 30
together and each blank comprising a face and
hood portion, the hood portion being formed of a
plurality of wings and means for drawing the
wings together so that when the mask is formed
it will substantially cover the head of the wearer. 35
2. A mask formed of two ?at blanks having
their forward and lower edges adhesively secured
together and each blank comprising a face and
hood portion, the hood portion being formed of a
plurality of wings and a string freely passing 40
through said wings and having one end secured
to the rear part of the face portion, said string
being adapted to draw the wings together so that
when the mask is formed it will substantially
45
cover the head of the wearer.
‘3. A mask formed of two ?at blanks having
their forward and lower edges adhesively secured
together and each blank comprising a face and
hood portion, the hood portion being formed of a
plurality of wings and means for drawing the 50
wings together so that when the mask is formed
it will substantially cover the head of the wearer,
the face portion having a locking tab and aper
tures therefor to maintain the mask in its for
ward position.
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4. A mask formed of two flat blanks having
their forward and lower edges adhesive-1y secured
together and each blank comprising a face and
hood portion, the hood portion being formed of a
5 plurality of wings and means for drawing the
wings together so that when the mask is formed
it will substantially cover the head of the wearer,
the face portion having a locking tab and aper
tures therefor to maintain the mask in its for
ward position, and a pair of interlocking projec
tions formed in said face portion.
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BASIL SABANEEFF.
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