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M. BAYARD
CURTAIN ROD
‘Filed Jan. 8, 1936
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AUL A . TALBOT.
ATTORNEY
Patented Oct. 18, 1938
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UNITED STATES
PATENT. OFFICE
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CURTAIN ROD
Margret Bayard, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application January 8, 1936, Serial No. 58,087
4 Claims.
My invention relates to a curtain rod suitable
to be manufactured of paper or similar material
and particularly to curtains for home and
domestic purposes and has among its objects to
ture l8 as well as an aperture l9 are so centered
Figure 1 is a view of my curtain and rod as
sembled.
Figure 2 is a fragmentary view of the curtain
rod.
ciently wide to require the entire length of the
strip l the aperture 16 is used and thus no part
Figure 3 is a section at 3 Figure 4 of the retain
of the end 6 is removed.
The paper curtain 22 is constructed by over
A curtain rod or support for paper and similar
curtains.
A quickly and cheaply renewable curtain sup
port.
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I accomplish these and other objects by the
construction herein described and illustrated in
the accompanying drawing forming a part hereof
in which:
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ing piece.
20
permitting said retaining member to slide over
said strip l to the desired position and an aper
as to coincide with either of said apertures l3,
M or 15. The aperture I9 is preferably made
after the ends 20 and 2| are overlapped and se
cured in this position by adhesive.
The special screw l8 or other means is passed
through the aperture l8, l3, [4 or I5 and I9 and
into the window casing thus holding all of the 10
three parts of the strip l ?rmly in place at or
near the end 6. The projecting unused end be
yond the retained piece may bevcut o? asin
dicated by the broken lines of Figure 1 or if the
frame to which my device is secured is suffi
provide:
10
(Cl. 156—19)
Figure 4 is an elevation of the retaining piece.
Figure 5 is a fragmentary edge view of the
curtain.
Figure 6 is a fragmentary elevation of the
curtain.
Figure '7 is a detail of the special screw.
Referring to the drawing, I have provided a
curtain support replacing the ordinary curtain
pole comprising a substantially stiff paper or
cardboard strip I having a perforation 2 near
the end 3 for receiving a nail, screw, tack or
special screw 4 having the threads 5 Suitable to
engage the material of the window casing. Near
the end 3 and running throughout the rest of
the length of the strip l to the end 6, I have
provided a central tongue ‘I cut preferably by
two parallel slits 8 and 9 from the rest of the
strip forming the top and bottom members I0
and II.
The special screw 4 may be provided with an
40 ornamental head I2 which may be a medallion
star or ?ower of su?icient size to make the at
tachment of the strip to the window casing an
easy matter without the use of tools and at the
same time add to the appearance of my curtain.
Depending on the width of the window casing
or frame or. any other opening to which my cur
tain is attached, I have provided a plurality of
apertures I3‘, l4 and I5 which serve to secure the
end 6 of the strip at the opposite end from the
50 end 3 in place. The tongue ‘I and the top and
bottom members l0 and Il however, are securely
lapping the upper end 23 to form a looped edge
24 similar to a hem in a cloth curtain and of
suf?cient size of opening 25 to freely slip over
the tongue 1 before securing the strip I to the
frame or casing. While the looped upper edge
may be stitched it is preferably united by the
use of a gummed strip 26 which is suitable to
permit my curtain to be gathered or otherwise
reduced in width as compared to the width of
material from which it is made.
The edge 21 may be extended downwardly be- ,
yond the adhesive or gummed strip 26 where the
parts forming the looped upper edge are united
to give a ru?ied effect when desired.
I have herein described in detail the construc
tion of my paper rod but obviously it may be
modi?ed to meet the numerous conditions of its
application and uses and I do not wish‘ to be
limited to the details of construction as abovev
shown and speci?ed as I may wish to depart
therefrom within the scope of the appended
claims which succinctly set forth my invention.
1. In a support for a curtain having a looped
upper end, a ?at strip slitted to form a top and
bottom member and a ?at tongue therebetween
to engage the Opening in a looped upper end of
a curtain.
2. In a curtain support, a ?at strip apertured
at one end for securing the curtain to the window
casing and a tongue formed by slitting said strip
a substantial part of its length to receive and
held together by the retaining piece It which is
hang a curtain, the slitting of said strip forming
so constructed of strip of paper, pasteboard or
similar material as to provide an interior opening
tongue and ‘a retaining piece securing said tongue
55 ll of slightly larger dimensions than the strip l
a top and bottom member above and below said
and said top and bottom members at the op- .
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posite end from said apertured end of said strip.
3. In a curtain support, a ?at strip apertured
at one end for securing the curtain to the window
casing and a tongue formed by slitting said strip
a substantial part of its length to receive and
hang a curtain, the slitting of said strip forming
{a top and bottom member above and below said
‘tongue, a retaining piece securing said tongue
and said top and bottom members at the op
posite end fromsaid apertured end of said strip
and means provided in said tongue and said re
taining piece whereby they may be secured to the
window casing.
4. In a curtain support, a strip apertured at
one end for securing the support to the Window
casing and a tongue formed by slitting said strip
a substantial part of its length to receive and
hang a curtain and to form a top and bottom
member and an apertured retaining piece secur
ing said tongue and said top and bottom member
at the opposite end of said strip, said tongue
having a plurality of apertures any one of which
is cooperable with the aperture in said retaining
piece to facilitate support of said opposite end
of said strip.
MARGRET BAYARD.
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