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Sept.- 3, 1945- 4 I' ` w. I_.MILLs ’ I y 2,407,030 RAZOR Filed OCT.. 6, 1944 www 2,407,030 Patented Sept. 3, 1946 UNITED STATES y PA'I'EN'I"- OFFICE 4 2,407,03o ` Ü v ` 1` t RAZORV William L. Mills, Waco, Tex. Application October 6, 1944, Serial No. 557,440 4 Claims. This invention appertains to new and useful improvements in razors and more particularly to an improved safety razor. An important object of `the present invention is to provideya razor which includes a cap plate, a guard plate and a razor blade which may be inserted and removed with respect to the two plates without complete detachment of said` plates. (Cl. 30-62) 2 1 , plate bar 5 and the adjacent edge of the guard _plate and this is so that any accumulation from sh'aving can easily be displaced. Further, it will be noted that the guard bar I5 is curved and this is so that in riding over the skin, this bar will tension the skin in such a manner as te cause the beard shafts to stand out. The fact that the ends of the guard bar » I5 are spaced from the ñngers I4 allows for a Another important object of the invention is 10 ready egress of shaving residue. The blade is of novel construction, the same to provide a razor including a guard plate having consisting of a body portion I‘I having a notch I8 a guard bar curved to more deiinitely ñt the at the mid-point of one longitudinal edge while contour of the face and to permit tensioning of the other longitudinal edge is sharpened to pro the skin of the face as the razor is drawn there over so that the beard shafts are disposed in a 15 vide a cutting edge I9. The opposite ends of the blade are provided with outstanding finger en position more readily engageable by the blade. gageable lugs 20, to the end that these lugs 20 Other important objects and advantages of the protrude outwardly beyond the end portions of invention shall become apparent to the reader of the cap plate 8 and the guard plate I I. the following description. It can now be seen, that by'unscrewing the In the drawing: handle several turns, the blade I'I is freed so that Figure l is a perspective view of the complete it can be `gripped by th‘e lugs 20 and removed razor. ` from between the cap plate 8 and the guard Figure 2 is a fragmentary Vertical sectional plate Il, without displacing these plates with view through the razor. Figure 3 is a fragmentary sectional view taken 25 respect to each other. A new blade can be in serted in the same way without disconnecting the online 3-3 of Figure 2. plates 8, I I. ' Figure 4 is a perspective view of the improved guard plate. Figure 5 is a perspective view of the cap plate as shown inverted. Figure 6 is a perspective view of the improved blade. . While the foregoing description sets forth the invention in speciñc terms, it is to be understood 30 that numerous changes in the shape, size and materials may be resorted to without departing ’ from the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed hereinafter. Referring to the drawing wherein the same Having described the invention what is claimed numerals designate th'e same parts, it can be seen that numeral 5 denotes an elongated knurled 35 asnew is: 1. A razor comprising a handle, a guard plate, handle having a threaded recess 6 at one end a cap plate having a threaded member, said guard thereof for receiving the threaded stud -I pro plate having an opening for receiving the thread Y ed member, said handle having a threaded re The cap plate 8, in addition to the stud 'I has a pair of aligned ribs 9, 9 which fit in the depres 40 cess for receiving the threaded member and a blade having a cutting edge, said blade being sion I0 of a guard plate II, the guard plate II insertible into position between the plates and having an Opening I2 to accommodate the arranged to be freed of said threaded member so threaded cap plate stud ‘l and also openings I3 that it can be retracted from between the plates for accommodating certain types of cap plates which have smooth interlocking studs (not 45 by a slight spacing thereof, and a curved guard bar, said bar being connected at its intermediate shown). portion to said guard plate. The guard plate II is further formed at one 2. A razor comprising a handle, a guard plate, side and at the ends of this side with outwardly a cap plate having a threaded member, said guard and down turned fingers I4, I4 terminating in close spaced relation with respect te the ends 50 plate having an opening for receiving the thread ed member, said handle having‘a threaded re of a curved guard bar I5 which is connected at cess for receiving the threaded member and a its mid-point by narrow neck I6 to the interme blade having a cutting edge, said blade being diate portion of the adjacent longitudinal edge insertible. into position between the plates and of the guard plate II. As can be seen in Figure 4, there is a substantial space between the guard 55 arranged to be freed of said threaded member jecting from a cap plate 8. 2,407,030 so that it can be retracted from between the plates by a slight spacing thereof, and a curved guard bar, said bar being connected at its inter mediate portion to said guard plate, and guard fingers projecting from the guard plate and ter minating in spaced juxtaposition with' respect to the ends of the guard bar. 3. A razor comprising a cap plate, a guard plate having an opening, a handle, said cap plate 4 to the intermediate portion of the bar to the guard plate. 4. A razor comprising a cap plate, a guard plate having an opening, a h'andle, said cap plate being provided with a threaded member disposed through the guard plate into the handle, said guard plate being provided with an inwardly curved guard bar and a neck member connected to the intermediate portion of the bar .to the being provided with a threaded member: disposed 10 guard', plate, and guard fingers at the ends of the through the guard plate into the handle, said guard bar. guard plate being provided with an inwardly curved guard bar and a neck member connected- WILLIAM L. MILLS.