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Aug. 6,1946.
5, SMITH
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DISPENSING CONTAINER FORVROLL PAPER
2,405,459
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Filed May 8', 1944
INVEN TOR.
BY
arroe/virsr.
Patented Aug. 6, 1946
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2,405,459
UNITED STATES PATENT QFFICE
’ 2,405,459
DISPENSING CONTAINER FOR ROLL
PAPER
Ernest Smith, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as
signor to Appleford Paper Products, Ltd.,
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Application May 8, 1944, Serial No. 534,576
In Canada November 5, 1943
3 Claims.
(01. 206—58)
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This invention relates to an improved dis
pensing container for roll paper.
The object is to provide an inexpensive, prac
tical container which maybe formed of card
board or the like and which is adapted to con
Fig. 1 is a perspective of container exhibiting
my invention.
Fig. 2 is a cross sectional view taken on the
line 2-2 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a cross sectional view taken on the
line 3-3 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is a fragmentary sectional View through
severed against an improved cutting edge pro
the front wall of the container and the cover.
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary view of one end of
vided on the container. Containers of this
character are commonly used for waxed paper, 10 the cover blank unfolded.
shelf paper, and the like. Such paper is sold
The container is preferably formed from a
in rolls and from these rolls portions are with
single blank of material which is so folded upon
tain a roll of paper from which successive por
tions may be withdrawn from time to time and
drawn and severed for use as desired.
itself so as to form a bottom portion having
An object of this invention is the provision
of such ‘a container provided with an improved
cutting edge formed on the front wall of the cover.
front wall I 0, bottom wall l2‘, and back wall It.
The end walls of this bottom portion are formed
by flaps or extensions of the front, bottom and
back walls. The bottom wall l2 has end ?aps
iii and the front and back walls In and I4 re
spectively are provided with end ?aps l8 and 2!]
The cover is so constructed as to exhibit a cut
ting edge which is stiffened and reinforced
against bending and which is effective in the
severing operation and yet which does not make 20 which are notched so as to interlock as shown in
1 to maintain this bottom portion in box
use of a metal knife to form such cutting edge. '
like form. This lower portion constitutes a boxv
Another object is the provision of a container
bottom within which‘ is received a roll of paper
of the character hereinabove set forth which is
22 as shown in Fig. 2.
formed of asingle blank of material folded upon
itself and interlocked together to form the con 25 From this same blank of which the bottom
portion is formed a cover portion is also formed.
tainer and folded upon itself to provide a multi
This cover portion is hinged to the back wall at
ply front wall for the cover which front wall is
24 and comprises a top wall portion 26, a front
reinforced and stiffened and exhibits a suitable
wall portion indicated generally as 28 and two
edge against which paper withdrawn from the
contained roll may be severed.
so. end wall portions indicated generally as 3D. The
end of the web of paper which makes up the roll
A meritorious feature is the provision of a
22 is extended downwardly between the front
cover wherein the end walls form extension times
wall H! of the lower portion of the box and the
of the front wall and are interlocked with the
front wall 28 of the cover and is adapted to be
top wall of the cover in a convenient manner
which maintains each end wall in its proper 35 severed against the edge of such front wall in
position.
a manner which is well understood.
That portion of the blank from which the cover
To provide a suitable cutting edge on the front
is formed is folded upon itself a plurality of times
wall of the cover I prefer to apply an indurating
to form the front wall 28. As here shown such
agent to the cutting edge portion of the front
wall and such cutting edge portion may. if de 40 front wall is made up of three plies of material.
The innermost ply 32 is preferably extended below
sired. be serrated to facilitate severance of paper
the two outer plies and may be treated with a
thereagainst.
suitable indurating agent to stiffen it and increase
A novel feature is that the multi-ply front
wall of the cover is so formed that one ply. pref 45 its effectiveness as a cuting edge. If desired it
may be serrated as shown at 34 in Fig. 4 and this
erably the innermost ply. extends below the o+her
serrated edge may be treated with an indurating
plies and de?nes the cutting edge proper. This
agent. This cutting edge portion, formed as here
ply may have its edge portion serrated and in
shown
on the innermost ply 32, is stiffened and
durated. Such ply is stiffened and reinforced , reinforced
by the overlying two-ply thickness of
by the two-ply fold which overlies it in the pre
the front wall of the cover and these several
ferred form as illustrated.
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thicknesses may be secured together by adhesive
Other objects, advantages and meritorious
features of the invention will more fully appear
from the following description, appended claims
and accompanying drawing, wherein:
or in any other suitable manner. It is, of course,
understood that the innermost ply might ter
minate ?ush with the two other plies and form a
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cutting edge of three-ply thickness.
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paper withdrawn from the roll may be severed,
one ply of said front wall having end extensions
of the cover which constitutes the front wall is
forming end walls of the cover and provided with
provided with an extension ?ap at each end that
tabs folded underneath the top of the cover and
is adapted to be folded and interlocked with the
secured thereto tending to hold the front wall of
top wall of the cover to form an end wall for the
the cover toward the front wall of thebox.
cover. One portion 30 of this extension ?ap con
2. A container for a roll of paper formed of a
stitutes the end wall proper. A portion 36 of this
single blank folded upon itself to form a lower
extension ?ap underlies the top wall 26 of the
portion having front, rear, bottom and end walls,
cover and is interlocked therewith. This por
tion 36 is provided with a V-shaped notch 33 10 said end walls being formed from flaps on the
front, rear and bottom walls, the flaps on the front
shown particularly in Figs. 1 and 5. One portion
and rear walls being interlocked together, said
of this notch is adapted to be received through
container including a cover portion formed from
an angular slit 40 of the top wall of the cover,
said blank having a front wall folded upon itself
over a corner portion 42 formed by such slit, as
shown particularly in Figs. 1, 2 and 3. This 15 a plurality of times forming three plies the inner
most ply of which projects below the other two and
method of interlocking the end flaps with the
de?nes a cutting edge against which paper with
top wall of the cover holds the end walls of the
drawn from the roll may be severed, one ply of
cover securely in position and thereby holds the
said front wall having end extensions forming end
front wall of the cover rigidly normal to the
cover and forms simple connecting means.
20 walls of the cover and provided with tabs folded
underneath the top. of the cover and secured
The use. of an induratingv agent to stiffen the
thereto tending to hold the front wall of thecover
front wall of the cover and provide an effective
toward the front wall of the box, said tabs extend
cuttingedge. against which paper maybe severed
ing at the marginsadjacentto the front wall .of
constitutes an improvement 0Ver~ employing a
metal knife which may be the cause of accidental T25 the cover over the folded edge of the two. inner
plies of the front wall of the cover between said
injury to a user of the container and which adds "
edge and the top of the cover and being held
to the-cost. This is shown in Fig. 4 by the shading
against the top of the coverthereby.
lines of the serrated edge portion. Serrating the
3. A container for a roll of paper comprising
edge also constitutes an improvement and by pro
viding a multi-ply front .wall such wall is so 30 a box portion having front, back, bottom and end
wallsand having a cover portion provided with
stiffened as to effectively serve its purpose.
a front wall adapted to overlap the front wall of
‘What I claim is:
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the box portion and de?ning therewith a passage
1. A containerfora roll of paper formed of a
Way through which paperunwound from theroll
single blank folded upon itself to form a lower
may be withdrawn, said front wall of the cover
portionhavingfront, rear, bottom and end walls,
being folded a plurality of times upon itself form
said end wallsbeing formed. from ?aps on the
ing at least three plies of material, the innermost
front, rear and bottom walls, the flaps on the
ply of which extends below the two other plies and
front and rear walls beinginterlocked together.
de?nes a cutting edge for paper withdrawn from
container including .a cover portion formed
from said blank having a front, wall folded upon 40 the roll through said passageway between the
front wall of the cover and the front wallof the
itself a plurality of times forming three plies the
box.
innermost ply of which projects below the other
ERNEST SMITH.
two and defines a cutting. edge against which
As shown particularly in Fig. 5 that portion
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