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Oct. 4, 1938.
B‘ A_ SERDYNSK]
2,132,050
GAME DICE
Filed Sept. 24, 19:57
INVENTOR
BOLESLAUS
'
A. SERDYN SKI
ATTORNEYS
Patented Oct. 4, 1938
2,132,050
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,132,050
GABIE DICE
Boleslaus A. Serdynski, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor,
by mesne assignments, of one-half to Leo S.
Ryczek, Milwaukee, Wis.
Application September 24, 1937, Serial No. 165,512
1 Claim.
(Cl. 273--146)
My invention refers to game dice, and it has for
its object to provide a game dice, which, when
thrown or dropped upon a highly polished sur
edged corner thereof, and it is understood that in
some instances the rubber corners may be pol
ished to a knife edge.
face, will not mar the same, due to the fact '
It is also within the scope of my invention to
a that the corners of the hard surfaces of the cube mould a rubber cage constituting the corners of 5
are cushioned. Furthermore, this cushioning ele
‘the dice in a single piece or network, and there
ment will prevent noise.
after this cage or network can be stretched or
The speci?c object of my invention is to pro
vide a rectangular hard-surfaced dice, having
10 grooved corners for the reception of a rubber
edge, which completes the knife edges of all sur
faces of the dice.
With the above and other objects in view, the
invention consists in certain peculiarities of con
struction and combination of parts, as will be
hereinafter more speci?cally set forth and subse
quently claimed.
snapped into position.
The advantages of my invention are obvious,
to-wit, that the dice, when thrown from the box 10
upon a highly surfaced, polished bar, will cushion
the blow and prevent marring or otherwise dam
aging the bar surface. Practice has demonstrated
that the use of ordinary dice upon highly polished
bar surfaces shortly invariably deface the same. 15
Furthermore, my cushioned dice will prevent '
noise.
In the drawing:
Figure 1 represents a perspective View of a
20 game dice embodying the features of my inven
‘
It will also be observed in the magni?ed sec
tional view that the channeled surface is more or
less rough, and in practice soft rubber is moulded 20
tion; and
.directly into these ‘channels to form the sharp
Figure 2 is a magni?ed, fragmentary section of edges of the cube. In so moulding these surfaces,
the same, illustrating the method of inserting they will be adhesively secured, due to the toothed
rubber edges to the corners of the dice, taken on engagement of the rubber and surface of the
5 line 2-2 of Figure 1.
Referring by characters to the drawing, A rep
resents the dice, and the corners of the cube faces
are channeled, as at I. Moulded in these grooves
or channels, as shown, is a rubber strip, which
30 strip forms a continuous network about the cube,
it being understood that the dice cubes are'usu
ally composed of hard material, such as bone,
ivory, or the like.
I
After the rubber vis moulded into the surface
35 of the dice, it will complete the rectangular knife
channel.
I claim:
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25
'
A cubular dice for games composed of hard
material having thereon standard indicia, the
corners of the cube being channeled out to form
roughened surfaces, a ?ller of soft rubber adhe
sively secured to the roughened surfaces of said
channels to form a rectangular knife-edge for
completing the cube.
BOLESLAUS A. SERDYNSKI.
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