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Nov- 22, 1933-
F; E. CUMMINGS
2,137,906
DISPLAY BOX
Filed Feb. 14, 1938
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DISPLAY BOX
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Patented Nov. 22, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. ’
2,137,906
DISPLAY BOX
Fred E. Cummings, Atlanta, Ga., assignor to At
lanta Paper Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Application February 14, 1938, Serial No. 190,517
(Cl. 206-44)
4 Claims.
The invention relates to displaylboxes and has
as an object an improvement in boxes to be used
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both for display and packaging.
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Further objects of the invention are to pro
5 vide a box which will have great rigidity both in
display and in closed position: to provide a box
which when folded to display position will present
no recesses at its exterior: to provide a box hav
ing, in display position, a surface lying at an .end
10 of the box providing a space for identifying or ad
vertising matter, which space will be positioned
at“ an end of the closed box so that said matter
will be disclosed when the box is stacked.
Further objects will appear from the following
15 description when read in connection with the ac
companying drawings wherein
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Figure 1 is a plan view of a. form of blank of
the invention which when folded forms the box.
Figure 2 is a perspective view of a box partially
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folded.
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Figure 4 is a perspective view of the box in
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Figure 5 is a detail sectional view on line 5-5
25 Figure 4.
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Figure 6 is a perspective view of an alternative
position of use, and
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n Figure '7 is a vertical section on line 1--‘I of
Figure 6.
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As shown in Figure 1, the blank comprises body
portions . ID to i8 inclusive and combined cover
and easel forming members i8 to 2'l‘incluslve.
The portion ill forms the bottom of the box,
the portions ii and i2 the respective ends, and
35 the portions i3 and i4 the respective sides. The
dot and dash lines on the blank represent lines
of scoring, and the solid lines the location of cuts
entirely through the material.
The' portion 21 is folded along the line 41
so that portion 21 is ‘in surface contact with por
tion 20, and the free edge of 21 is tucked under
tab 48.
A good sized tab 49 is struck out of the portion
26 and the fold of portions 2 i—-2‘| leaves this tab’
projecting.
To ?nally fold the parts to easel
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forming position the portions i9, 20 are folded on 10
line 50 and the portion i9 is' folded along line 60
into surface contact with the interlocked portions
H, M, the tab 28 being inserted into slit 5| and
with the portions 2|, 22 lapping the sides i3, i4
of the box body. In this position the'tabs 52, i5
53 are inserted respectively into the slits 54, 55
and thus act in conjunction with the tab 28 to
hold the display box in rigid position. The pro
jections 55, 51 of portions 2i, 22 project as shown
in Figure 4 to form supporting legs of the easel 20
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Figure 3 is a perspective view- of the box closed.
display condition.
tion of portions 26 and 21 into contact with the
junction line of portions 20 and 25 where folded.
portion.
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When folded to the position described the ex
posed surface, of portion 20 and the back edges
of leg portions 56, 51 are in substantially vertical
position and the upper exposed surface of portion 25
25 is substantially level when the box sits on a
level surfaoe._ As shown by Figure 5 the level por
tion referred to is made up largely of four thick- I
nesses-of material and is supported at all four
margins,'thus providing a strong rigid platform 30
upon which may be placed any suitable display
card holding standard, and any desired identify
ing labelmay be secured thereon.
The widths of portions i3, 20 and 25 preferably
are such as to,represent the members of’ a right 35
angled triangle, the portion [9 being the hypothe
nuse, the portion 20 the altitude and the combined
portions 25 and 26 the base of the triangle. Fur
thermore the combined widths of the portions i9
and 20 equal the lengths of the bottom portion 40
To fold the box the’ ends I I and i2 are erected
40 along lines 28, 29 and the sides l3 and I4 along
the lines 30, 3| after which the-portions i5, i6 ‘ ill of the box body in order to serve as a cover
of the box, and the widths of portions l2 and i9
,and l1, ID are folded along lines 34, 35 respective
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ly to outwardly overlap the respective ends as being equal.
,To fold the parts to position to close the box
indicated in Figure 2, with interlocking of tabs.
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The parts i9 to 21 will then be joined to the the tabs 28, 52 and 53 are pulled out of their slits
and portions i9 and 20 are opened into a single
. folded box solely at the score line 40.
plane, after which the said parts i9 and 20 are
To fold the portions is to 21 into easel posi
tion the portions 2i, 22 are erected along linesv moved about line 40 as a hinge to bring the por
4|, 42 carrying with them the portions 23, 24 tions 2|, 22 including the legs to overlapping posi
50 which are then folded along lines 43, 44 to the tion relative to the sides as shown in Fig. 2, in
position shown in Figure 2. The portion 25 is which position the combined portions 23-26 will
then folded along line 45 to outwardly overlap the overlap the end ii, l5, is of the box. The tabs
portions 23, 24 after which the portion 26 is 52, 53 in this position may be inserted respectively into the slits 58, 59 to hold the box closed in
folded along line 46 over the top of thelfree longi
the form shown in Figure 3. In this position any
55 tudinal edges of portions 23, 24 tobring the junc
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label carried by the outer surface of portion 25
will be exposed at an end of the box and will
be visible when stacked with other boxes.
The members 60, 6| may be folded to frame the
opening of the box and may serve to retain a
fancy or transparent covering for the contents
of the box in open or displaying position.
Figure 6 shows a position of use of the box in
display which is at present preferred for some
10 purposes, for the reason that the weight of the
box at the rear is not borne by the legs 56, 51
in their position which is shown in Figure 4. In
the position of Figure 6 a considerable proportion
of the weight falls upon the triangle |9--26 which
is amply strong for the service. Furthermore,
the weight of the last few articles in a box in
the position of Figure 6 will better serve to pre
vent the box from pitching forward.
In this position, if the space 25 is utilized for
a label, it must, of course, be inverted from the
position shown in Figures 3 and 4.
It will be seen that when the box is closed the
sides and ends are formed substantially. through
out of at least two thicknesses of material, thus
offering considerable strength to resist vertical
crushing. When in position of display spreading
of the sides is resisted by the overlapping legs of
the easel and the bottom has support at the
middle of its edges by the tabs 52, 58.
Minor changes may be made in the physical
embodiment of the invention within the scope
of the appended claims without departing from
the spirit of the invention.
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I claim:
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1. A display box comprising in combination:
a box body including bottom, side, and end form
ing portions; an easel and cover forming member
hinged to the upper edge of one of the end form
ing portions and comprising a narrow portion
extending in a plane at an obtuse angle to said
upper edge, a portion extending at a right angle
from said narrow portion substantially to the
lower edge of the end of the box to which said
member is hinged and side members hinged to
said right angle extending portion lapping the
sides of the box and projecting from said narrow
portion to form legs of the easel.
2. The combination of claim 1 with tabs pro
Jecting at a free end edge of said side lapping
portions and insertable into slots at the bottom
side edges of the box portion to hold the easel
member in position.
3. A display box comprising in combination:
a box body including a bottom, sides, and ends ;
a cover portion hinged to the uper edge of one
of said ends and including a portion having said
hinge at one “edge thereof and a second portion
hinged to the remaining edge thereof, the com
bined widths of saidhinged portions being equal 10
to the length of said body; a ledge forming mem
ber hinged to the said second portion at its edge
opposite the ?rst named hinge thereof; the ?rst
named hinged portion equal in width to an end
of the box and to the hypotenuse of a right
angled triangle of which the said second portion
is the altitude and the ledge portion is the base;
a pair of easel members hinged at their edges
to the end edges of said second portion; a tab
at the edge of the ledge portion to enter a slit 20
in the first named hinge and the tabs carried
by the easel members to enter respective slits in
the box sides in display card box covering posi
tions of the cover members.
4. A display box comprising in combination: 25
a box body comprising bottom and side members;
means to support said body in display position
including a part hinged to the upper edge of one
of said side members, substantially equal in width
thereto and folded into surface contact there 30
with, a second part hinged to said ?rst part and
in width complemental therewith to equal the
area of the open side of said body, said second
part folded to an acute angle with the ?rst part,
leg forming members hinged to opposite edges of 35
said second part and folded at right angles
thereto to lap with sides of said body, ?aps of
less width than and hinged to the respective ends
of said leg members and folded to stand at right
angles thereto and to said second part, a ledge 40
member comprising portions of equal width hinged’ /
together and to the free edge of said second part,
said ledge members folded about and enclosing
said ?aps, means to secure the free edge of said
ledge member to the ?rst referred to hinge and .
means to secure said leg members to the respective
sides of the box body.
FRED E. CUMMINGS.
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