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Sept 20, 1938- G. LINDEMANN 2,130,502 HANDBAG Filed Sept. 30, 19,37 '. y “ _ ' ’ ' - 567/4? INVENTOR A/ndema/y?. ATTORNEY Patented Sept. 20, 1938 2,130,502 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,130,502 HANDBAG Gella Lindemann, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to Harry N. Wessel, New York, N. Y. Application September 30, 1937, Serial No. 166,459 2 Claims. (01. 150-37) The present invention relates to handbags, and box may be made of wood and is covered with is more particularly directed toward handbags suitable fabric covering, indicated at 21. The provided with externally accessible compart center compartment may, if desired, be provided ments, into which the user may easily obtain ac 5 cess without making it necessary to open the principal compartment of the handbag. It is a common occurrence for small articles to be, placed in handbags, and on account of other articles in the handbag be diflicult to ?nd 10 or locate in a hurry. The present invention con with a ?ller 28. The outer edges of the box walls 2|, 22, 23 and 24 and the outer edges of 5 the transverse walls or partitions, are substan tially ?ush with the wall or face I D of the bag. Three ?aps 29, 30 and 3| are secured adja cent the edge |6 of the side wall of the bag body, and these ?aps are provided with fasteners, in- 10 templates a handbag wherein it is not necessary I dicated at 32, to cooperate with fasteners 33 car to place the more commonly used articles in the ried by the bottom Wall of the bag. The ?aps may body of‘ the bag, hence these articles do not com be in closed position or in open position, as indi mingle with the contents of the bag and it is cated. The flaps 29, 3|] and 3|, when closed, are 15 possible to obtain quick access to them. substantially ?ush with the wall or face ll] of 15 According to the present invention one of the the bag, and give the appearance, when closed, of walls of the bag is provided with an opening be decorative panels formed on the wall I!) of the hind which is placed a box-like device to form one bag proper. or more compartments, and flaps are carried by The compartmentat the left under the flap 29 20 the body of the bag and arranged to cover the maybe used for carrying a powder box 34, and 20 compartments, so that when the flaps are in place this ?ap may, if desired, carry a mirror 35. The the complete bag presents a trim neat appearance, center compartment may conveniently carry a and yet the contents of the compartment or com partments employed are quickly available by revolvable coin holding device 36. While the com partment at the right may be designed to carry 25 opening the proper ?ap. a pack of cigarettes indicated at 31, and the 25 The accompanying drawing shows, for pur poses of illustrating the present invention, two ?ap 3| arranged to carry a pack of matches, in dicated at 38, and a key, indicated at 39. The of the many embodiments in which the inven tion may take form, it being understood that the bag is preferably provided with a lining 40. In :0 drawing is illustrative of the invention rather use the bag may be handled as indicated in Figure l, and the user may readily ?ip over one of the 30 than limiting the same. flaps to obtain access into the articles carried in In the drawing Figure 1 is a View illustrating the handbag in the corresponding compartment. In the arrangement shown in Figure 5, the end use; 3;, Figure 2 is a perspective view of the handbag wall 4| of the bag is provided with an opening showing two of the compartments open and one closed; Figures 3 and 4 are cross sectional views on the lines 3—3 and 4—4, respectively of Figure 40 2; and Figure 5 is a perspective view of a modi?ed form of construction. In the drawing a conventional style of hand bag is illustrated. It has a front side Wall H), a 45 rear side wall H and end walls l2 and | 3. These are secured in a suitable manner to a substan tially rigid bottom wall l4 covered, if desired, with some suitable covering material |5. The side wall It is provided with an elon 50 gated aperture adjacent the bottom edge of the bag, the edge of this aperture being indicated at I6. A box 20 is secured in place in the open ing in the side wall of the bag. This box has a bottom 2|, end walls 22, side walls 23 and 24, and 55 transverse walls, indicated at 25 and 26. This to accommodate a receptacle 42, Which may, if desired, carry a coin box 46. The ?ap 43 is provided to close the receptacle. It is obvious that the invention may be em bodied in many forms and constructions within 40 the scope of the claims and I Wish it to be un derstood that the particular forms shown are but two of the many forms. Various modi?cations and changes being possible, I do not otherwise limit myself in any Way with respect thereto. What is claimed is: 45 l. A lady’s handbag having a bag body, an outwardly opening compartment built therein with the outer edges of the compartmentsub stantially flush with an outer surface of the bag 50 and one side wall at the bottom of the bag, a car rier for holding segregated groups of like coins, mounted in said compartment, and a cover hinged to the bag body above the compartment and pro vided with a quick detachable fastener whereby 55 2 2,130,502 the cover can be opened and the desired coin thereafter extracted with one hand. 2. A lady’s handbag having a bag body, an outwardly opening compartment built therein with the outer edges of the compartment sub stantially flush with an outer surface of the bag and one side wall at the bottom of the bag, a carrier for holding segregated groups of like coins, mounted in said compartment, and a ‘ , cover hinged to the bag body above the com partment and provided with a quick detachable fastener whereby the cover can be opened and the desired coin thereafter extracted with one hand, said detachable fastener in fastened posi tion being located on the bottom wall of the bag body whereby the same is protected against acci dental unfastening in said position. GELLA LINDEMANN.