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Aug. 20, 1946; ' o, CQOTTESON ’ RAZOR.B'LADE HOLDER 2,406,160 I ‘ Filed Oct. 26,-1944 Inventor OTTOGMPL 07 '75s 01v By I Atlanta]: 2,406,160 Patented Aug. 20, 1946 ‘UNITED STATES} PATENT OFFICE Otto Carl Otteson, Racine, Wis. Application October 26, 1944,_Serial No. 560,421 2 Claims. (01. 30—335) 1 , 2 ‘ j serves as a suitable accommodation seat for th . This invention relates to a holder which is especially designed to accommodate a reinforced reinforced back of the conventional single-edged safety razor blade I l. The notch is inward of the adjacent outer end of the shank and also spaced a distance from the juncture between the shank and handle. It is‘closed by a cover plate |0a which is of length slightly less than the shank and extends from the extreme outer end ofthe satisfactory cutting tool. shank to a point near where it adjoins the han In carrying out the principles of the invention I provide a simple and expedient holder which, in 10 dle. This blade is of a width corresponding to the shank and it is held in place by appropriate conjunction with the attachable blade provides fasteners I2 such as to permit its removal and a cutting tool which may be used to advantage in replacement if necessary. It wil1 be noticed also the home, laboratories and for general utility cut that the plate is provided with set-screws I3 ar ting wherever needed. More speci?cally, I provide a holder of a special 15 ranged at points along one edge in order to press ?rmly against the reinforced back of the razor ‘ type which may be satisfactorily utilized to ac commodate any brand of safety razor blade of the ' blade. This is brought out to advantage in Fig back single-edged safety razor blade and the ob vious purpose thereof is to provide a structure through the medium of which already used and discardable razor blades may be temporarily sal vaged and employed in the holder to provide a single-edged type, the construction being such ures 2 and 3'. It is thought that persons skilled in the art that the blade is held to utilize a large portion of the cutting edge in reference to both length and 20 to which the invention relates will be able to ob tain a clear understanding of the invention after width of the blade. The blade is held in such a manner that a maximum of support is afforded same, this to promote rigidity and reliable service. considering the description in connection with the drawing. Therefore, a more lengthy descrip tion is regarded as unnecessary. ' Due to the method of clamping and retention, the Minor changes in the shape, size and arrange holder, throughout its length may be relatively 25 ment of details coming within the ?eld of inven light in weight and small in proportion, making tion claimed may be resorted to in actual practice, its use practical for very thin cuts and suitable if desired. for utility in restricted and otherwise inacces I claim: sible places. 1. A holder for using otherwise discarded safety Other features and advantages will become 30 razor blades comprising a body including a han more readily apparent from the following descrip ' tion and the accompanying illustrative drawing. In the drawing, wherein like numerals are em ployed tov designate like parts throughout the dle and a shankprojecting from one end of said handle, said shank having an adapter notch formed in one edge and face thereof, this to ac 35 commodate a razor blade, and a notch and blade views: covering and retaining plate removably secured Figure 1 is a top plan view of a holder for a to one side of the shank and having a major por razor blade, this constructed in accordance with tion thereof covering said notch and a part of the the principles of the present invention. ‘ Figure 2 is an edge elevation of the same. blade therein, said major portion of the plate Figure 3 is an enlarged end view, quite exag 40 being provided with set-screws to press against gerated showing only the blade accommodation the blade, and to assist in lodging it ?rmly in the and the clamping means. ' notch.‘ ‘ Figure 4 is a top plan view with the blade and 2. A safety razor blade holder of the class de the clamping plate removed. scribed comprising a single piece of stock of ap Figure 5 is an enlarged section, to the ‘scale of 45 propriatematerial having one end portion fash Figure 3, this taken on the plane with the line ioned into a handle and the opposite end portion 5—5 of Figure 4. merging into a relatively narrow extension, said Figure 6 is a detailed View of the blade-clamp extension constituting a shank and said shank ing plate. being provided in one face with an elongated Figure 7 is an end elevation of Figure 1 ob 50 adapter notch, said notch opening through one serving it in a direction from left to right. edge and constituting ,a seat for snug removable Referring now to the drawing by distinguishing reception of a part of a standard razor blade, and a covering and clamping plate of proportions and shape corresponding approximately to that It can perhaps be made of Wood or equivalent 55 of the shank, said plate being removably fastened stock. In includes a suitably shaped and pro to said shank and overlying the notch, that por portioned handle 8 and an extending reduced tion overlying the notch being provided with set screws and said set-screws serving to engage the shank 9. The shank 9 is provided intermediate blade. its ends and in the top with a notch I0 which OTTO CARL OTTESON. opens through one longitudinal edge. This notch 60 > reference numerals, it will be seen that the holder is of suitable proportions, shape and material.