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July'l6, 1946. '
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R. s’. REYNOLDS
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2,404,312,
REINFORCING LINER AND PACKAGE FOR CIGARETTES AND OTHER ARTICLES
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Filed July 28, 1943
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HEINEORCING' LINER>AND PACKAGE FOR QIGARETTES AND OTHER ARTICLES‘
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F'iled'July 2a, 1943
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Patented July 16, 19746
2,404,312
UNITED‘ STATES’ PATH NT 10mm‘
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REINFORCING
CIGARETTES
LINER
AND OTHER
‘AND PACKAGE>‘FOR
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Richard S. Reynolds, Richmond, Va; assignor‘ to '
Reynolds Metals Company, Richmond, Va., a_
corporation of Delaware ‘
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Application July 28, 1943, Serial No. 496,448
3 Claims. (01. 2064-7412)
The object of the present invention is to pro-"i
vide a package for cigarettes and articles gener
ally, including as a primary element an inner re
inforcing shell of ?exible material as, for exam
ple, light cardboard, and serving to afford better _.
protection for the contentsyalso‘ enabling better“
support for the wrapper such as the usual foil or
foil and paper wrapping, and, as a further im
intermediate panel 3 and panel I‘ forms the bot
tom wall, and the'member 6 connecting panel-3
with panel I forms the top wall. ,
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I preferably form wings 3:12 on the panels 3 so
that when panels 3 are folded over uponpanels
2 these wings may be folded over ‘upon the 'side
walls 4 to reinforce the same.
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, I also preferably form at the ends of ‘bottom
portant ' feature, providing closure tabs with
wall 5 tabs 5a: which may befolded upwardly to
tuck-in lips at the top of, the package so that, 10 reinforce and better close the bottom construc~
when a section of the wrapper is torn away at '
tion.
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either end‘ the tab may be lifted, the contents or
g In the drawings I have shown top wall v6 car
part thereof removed, and the closure restored
rying two tuck-in .closure tabs 63: and inwardly
with the tuck-in lip moved inwardly of the shell.
of each tuck-in closure tab panel 6 is cut or. per
The above and other features of the invention 15 forated at its longitudinal edges so that the area
will be described with reference to the accom
bounded by these cuts, or bounded by the perfo
panying drawings, in which-—
Figure 1 is a perspective view of awrapped en»
closed package in accordance with the inven
tion.
rated area when torn, may be lifted to expose
the interior of the shell. While I have shown
this arrangement at both ends of the top panel
v20 6, in some cases the arrangement at one end only
Figure 2 is a view similar to Figure 1, showing
will suffice.
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a section of the top wrapping torn away to ex—
When the shell is assembled it will be filled
pose one of the closure ?aps. In each of the ?g
with cigarettes or other articles in any suitable
ures the usual tax stamp is shown in position
manner. For example, the connecting member
25 4 may be brought to right-angular position with
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Figure 3 is a view similar to Figure 2, showing
respect to panel I, panels 2. folded down parallel
the closure ?ap raised and cigarettes within the
with panel I, one set of the members 32: may be
container exposed. The wrapper is generally in
folded on thefold lines and the contiguous panel
dicated at W.
3 and the connecting bottom wall 5 brought into
Figure 4 is a view in, elevation, showing both 30 position and the appropriate member 3 glued
closure ?aps raised.
. down upon the top of the panels 2. This will
Figure 5 is a plan view of the blank.
form a shell, open at one side, through which the
Figure 6 is a perspective view of the container
cigarettes or other materials may be inserted,
shell formed up ready for wrapping. '
whereupon the second set of members 3x may be
Figure 7 is a fragmentary view in sectional ele 35 folded at right-angles to the other panel 3 and
vation and partly broken away, showing the
the contiguous top wall 6 brought into position, ’
right-hand closure ?ap in position after ciga
followed by folding down of the panel 3 carried
rettes have been withdrawn from the package,
thereby and its adherence to the panels 2. The
the left-hand closure flap being in initial posi- "
tuck-in closure tabs preferably will lie over upon '
tion, the dotted lines showing partial upward 40 the members 4.
movement of the right-hand closure flap.
The shell is now ready for wrapping and may
Figure 8 is a lower corner sectional view of the
be wrapped with the usual foil, paper, or foil and
structure.
paper wrapping, as indicated in the drawings,
Referring to the drawings, it will be seen that
and this wrapping may bear a printedlabel or a
the liner shell is made from a single sheet of 45 separate label may be applied, this label indicat
paperboard or other suitable ?exible material
v.ing the top ofthe package.
having a central panel I constituting one of the
When a section 'of the wrappingat ajtop end
major walls of the shell, the opposed and second
is torn away, it will expose one of the closure
major wall construction consisting of the spaced
members which may beraised to expose the in-‘
panels 2 and the spaced panels 3 which are
adapted to lie over the spaced panels 2 trans
terior of the shell as, for example, for removal
of one or more cigarettes, after which the clo- .
versely thereof.
sure member is moved down so that the tuck-in
The connecting members 4 intermediate the f closure tab will be inserted within the shell. As
spaced panels 2 and panel I form the inner side
stated, ‘one closure member may be used or two,
walls of the structure; the connecting member 5
as illustrated in the drawings.
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fold 'I have notched the shell material. This will
face; top and bottom walls connecting the run
broken major face with the second set; side
wings carried by the said second set and overly- " ‘
overcome the objection of sharp corners which, in
ing the side walls at the central area of said side
result in cutting and fracture of the wrapping at 5 walls only; and retractible closure means con
sisting of two sections oft-he top Wall projecting
. ' corners of ‘the. shell” and the cgnstructionvenables
the wrapping of the shell and its contents, might.
‘ . the package.- to be‘slightly l'OllZld'E?-allllihé corners by the‘ wrapping varid‘ sealing operations; , V
glinlopposit‘e 'dire'ctionsffrom a central :area of said
*“top‘wall ‘and hinged thereto.
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v 2. A reinforcing shell and. package for ciga
The shell a?ords adequate protection for the.
enclosed cigarettes or other articles or materialgl'ry-rettes and ‘other articles, constructed in accord
. the arrangement of the twofi'setsfo?panels land. .vancei-with claim _1. in which the bottom wall at
, .3 in transversely extending relation.;will Jp'ro’vide' .. _ , itsendi iseprovided with foldable tabs adapted to
an excellent sealing andadequate support. at any . I lie in contact with sidewall of the shell. .
3;"A1reinfoi‘ci‘ng' shell and package for ciga
area where the'panels are sblitithe,fshell‘proa.. >
vides a suitable resistance to" the applicationbf?gwiirettesjandptlrefarticles, comprising: a unitary
sheet ‘of'fleiiible material cut, scored and folded '
sealing plates; particularly when the sealing of
' the wrapper is‘ effected by a heat ’seali-ng/m'édiuini l‘ .i.to.'form~.:an;unbrbken major face; a second ma
1 carried on the innerface of the wrappinglniateriav 3 jor .face- construction consisting of two sets of
‘broken walls, one set extending transversely of
. conventional. packages; ‘ .The..closure means with‘ 20 the other and the sets lying in contact; side walls
" the tuck-in 'closure.tabsfis 'pro'videdwithout any jconnecting“thev ?rst set‘t’o the‘ unbroken'rnajcr
1 Waste“ of material, and‘thegpackagei'as. aiwhole is "jfacei tropea'ndi-bottom-walls connecting the'un“
_ . ' al; and the package has a, neater appearance than '
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inexpensivenand Teffe‘ctive.
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1 broken 'major'face with the second-set; side wings
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* ment of -"the side walls; side wings carried bysaid
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" .1.. Afreinforcing" shell and;package fonci'ga
gr'ettes and . other ‘articles T comprising :' a. unitary
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“top and bottom walls constituting reinforcements
"of the side walls in abutting relationship to the
'ish'eet of ' ?exible" material; cut,"."scored" and‘ folded? ..
{said centralreinforcemenul at least-one of_-s‘aid
’ broken. walls; one: 'set' extending transversely of
' top wall and "hinged thereto.
'to" form anunbroken' majonface; a second 'ma-'f"'3o‘ top ‘wall "wings constituting; retractible closure
1 ‘means projecting from the central area of ‘the,
jor-~.face constructed - consisting of two sets of
""theoth'er andv thesets‘ lying in contact; sidejwalls
connecting". the ‘first ‘set 130' the unbroken‘ major;
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