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Sept'. 6, 1938. R. F. ALDER MIRROR HOLDER Filed April 5, 1937 2,129,189 Patented Sept. 6, 1938 -24294353 45.. ‘ . $2,129,189’ ' > 1' MIRROR HOLDER ’ 1a.; Fielder, HdllahdQMidi. ~ ' applicatienfiipi-ii? 5. v1937, serial No: ' " ‘ lzQlaims; 135,042; (01. 88-96) right angi'esand an angui‘ariy disposed- lip 79' is bent at the outer‘ end of the1 se' ‘ion 8; thereby making _ ‘ ‘ I g'e-‘of the mirror 3. a This member one Being used rs'r each: of the openingsior slots5 is‘ins'ertedithi'ough ‘ therefor, utilizing a means which ‘looked tof the back and engages the edgesor 'theirrlirror to‘ho'l'tl it‘ ‘securely in position, togetherl-iwitli a-coiis‘triic the opening into the'hdusihg5lso as‘ to brin'g- the lip 9“ against the" bevel‘ ' "jge'cr trie'mirror‘ and the ‘section'- -8 ‘directly ainst thee'dge of the tion of said locking means whereby it may ‘be mirror. At’ theirm'ers ‘ever the-bar‘ 1 spin‘ quickly‘ ‘and readily unlocked so as to remove . ralitylfof consecutive"riotches=;'6rI recesses I11“v are made and, within the housing 5, a spring dog H the mirror holding means and release. the mir 10 ror from its backing support whenever desired. is spot welded at one end to the back I and curves, as shown in Fig. 1, toward the top of the housing The invention may be understood from the fol lowing description, taken in connection with the 5 so as to automatically engage in said notches 15 10 as the mirror engaging members are pushed accompanying drawing, in which, > Fig. 1 is a fragmentary vertical section through into place; 15 a side or edge of the supporting back and the The mirror engaging members being thus locked to the back I and engaging the edges of mirror attached thereto“ and illustrating the se curing means used, it being understood that a, the mirror securely hold the mirror in place 20 number of such securing devices will be used at against detachment or accidental disengagement. spaced apart points around the supporting back Such mirror engaging members, however, may be 20 unlocked and removed as shown in Fig. 4. A thin. and mirror. Fig. 2 is a fragmentary perspective view of the bar of metal is bent to provide two sections l2 and 13 at right angles to each other, the section 25 supporting back showing one place thereon of ap [2 being relatively long and sections 13 forming plication of the mirror securing means. a handle therefor. By inserting said part 12 Fig. 3 is a perspective view of one of the mir 25 through the opening 4 between the bar 1 and the ror engaging hook members. Fig. 4 is a section similar to Fig. 1 showing the spring dog II, the end of the dog is separated from the notches II] in which it is received, as in manner in which the hook members may be un locked for removal to release the mirror from its Fig. 4, whereupon both the bar 1, with the mir ror engaging hook at its outer end, and the un back, and I 30 supporting locking device may be removed by drawing the Fig. 5 is a sectional view similar to Fig. 1, show ing a modi?ed form and manner oi‘. using my in same outwardly. In Fig. 5, the backing plate la does not have 35 vention in conjunction with a mirror.‘ Like reference characters refer to like parts in the ?anges 2 turned therefrom at its edges and the mirror plate 3 at its rear side may be lo the different ?gures of the drawing. 35 With my invention, the back which will serve cated directly against the plate. In such case to support the mirror comprises a sheet metal the sheet metal housings 5 are permanently se plate I which at each edge has an outturned cured as by spot welding their ?anges B to- the ?ange 2, the mirror 3 bearing against the outer rear side of the backing plate la, and the springs H are secured to the housings 5 instead of to the edges of the ?anges as shown in Figs. 3 and 4. backing plate. The mirror engaging hook mem~ 40 At a plurality of selected places in the ?anges 2 around the back I, openings 4 are made which bers are inserted into the open ends of the housings, bars 1 riding against the rear side of ‘ may extend to the edges of the ?anges 2 as shown 45 or may consist of rectangular openings cut in the the plate la and with the notches 10 presented to dogs H. The edges of the ?anges, either form of opening being equivalent . the locking spring mirror and the edges of the backing plate are 45 one to the other. In alinement with each of the openings 4 a sheet metal housing 5 of the form embraced by the hooks of said hook members. shown is secured to the metal back I, ?anges 6 In fact, this construction in many respects is a 50 extending from the housing 5 being spot welded reversal of parts as compared with the struc or otherwise permanently connected to the back ture shown in Fig. 1. It operates in the same 50 as best shown in Fig. 2. The housing has an open manner, the locking and unlocking is accom plished in the same way and in all respects the end in conjunction with the opening or slot 4. The immediate mirror engaging and retaining invention is the same. The unlocking is by in 55 serting the bar 12 in the open end of a housing 5 hook members are made of sheet metal, compris ing a bar 1 from which a section 8 is turned at 55 2 2,129,189 betweenv thé'free end of the dog II and the notched portion ID of the bar 1. Cl 15 15 considered comprehensive of. all forms of struc ture coming within their scope. I claim: 20 25' _ said‘ ?anges, of said hook members having a bar extend ing through said opening and into the associated serted. > ’ ROY F. ALDER.