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Oct. 25, 1938. ‘ ‘ c‘ E. BLUHM LETTERING 2,134,296 PEN ' Filed July 19, 1937 1 I’? 3 2 ?zarZed’ ZNEZZJZMTOR \ 9 BY I W ATTORNEY Patented Oct. 25, 1938 I 2,134,296 ‘7 PATENT "lorries UNITED STATES 2,134,296 LETTERING PEN Charles E. Bluhm, Rochester, N. Y. Application July 19, 1937, Serial No. 154,390 2 Claims. (Cl. 120—111) The object of this invention is to provide a pen of special form that is adapted for the purpose. of making letters that would be used principally for advertising purposes, but for other purposes i) as well. Another object of the invention is to provide a pen by which shaded letters can be made either in script or in printed letters. Another object of the invention is to provide a 10 pen that will ,normally carry a considerable quantity of ink, so that a considerable number of the pen is indicated in Figure l by reference numeral 1. > The parts 3 and 4 constitute the points of the pen and because they are brought close together they will hold ink by capillary attraction when 6 dipped into a bottle of ink, and the ?ared portion ‘ or open space indicated between 5 and 6 will form a reservoir that will hold one or more drops of ink from which the ink will feed forward to the points. 10 . As shown in Figure 2, the top of the pen point letters can be printed or written therewith with a single ?lling or dipping of the pen. is beveled as indicated at 8 and the end of it is made blunt as indicated at 9, and the bottom of Another object of the invention is to make a pen that can be made in one piece bent out of one blank. the pen point has a square corner as indicated These and other objects of the invention will be‘ illustrated in the drawing, described in the speci?cation, and pointed out in the claims at the end thereof. In the drawing: Figure 1 is a view of the pen looking at it from the bottom side thereof. Figure 2 is a side elevation of the pen. Figure 3 is a plan view of the blank from which the pen is made. In the drawing like reference numerals indi cate like parts. at l0; By bearing on the paper with the square 15 corner the pen will make a narrow or ?ne line. By bearing on the paper with the blunt portion . 9 the pen will make a broad line, or will make the horizontal bars of a letter with a heavy shad ing, or will make the corresponding portions of 20 script letters thin or heavy as may be desired. ' ‘ By bearing on the paper with the beveled por tion 8 of the pen, the pen will make a ?ne line on the downstroke and will make a coarse line on the side stroke. In each case the pen and 25 penholder will be held with reference to the paper in the position most suitable to secure the desired result. . I claim: Pens embodying my invention may be made of 1. A pen formed from a single blank, said pen 30 thin sheet metal such as copper, brass, or of having at its forward end two layers of metal other materials such as Celluloid. The pen shown in Figures 1 and 2 is formed placed close together at the point by folding on from the blank shown in Figure 3. This pen is - a central axial line, said layers being separated made by bending the right hand side of the blank back of the point su?iciently to form a pocket for a small quantity of ink that will feed between 35 35 I shown in Figure 3 along the dotted line 2 shown in Figure 3, the metal being bent with a the two layers. 2. A pen formed from a single blank, said pen sharp bend so that the two sides are brought having at is forward end. two layers of metal closely together as indicated at 3 and 4 in Fig placed close together, said layers being separated ure 1. The left hand side of the blank shown in back of the point sufficiently to form a pocket for 40 4 O Figure 3 is bent to a curve having a radius of a small quantity of ink that will feed between the about a half inch or more, forming the segment two layers, the layers being beveled off at one of a cylinder, the curvature of which segment side of the point and rounded off on the other corresponds to the curvature of the socket that side, the intermediate part of the point being is provided in the pen holder for receiving the left square. I ' base of the pen. This curved cylindrical part of CHARLES E. BLUHM.