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Sept- 1-0, 1946-
J. s. GRAZIANO
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2,407,415
DI SPENS ING PACKAGE
Filed May 17, 1944
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
Sept. 10, 1946..
J. S. GRAZIANO
DISPNENSING PACKAGE
Filed May 17, 1944
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2 Sheets-Sheet 2
2,407,415
Patented Sept. 10, 1946
7, UNITED» STATES PATENT OFFICE
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DISPENSING PACKAGE
Joseph S.,Graziano,> Joliet, Ill.
Application May 17, 1944, Serial No.’ seems
3 Claims‘. (0112294) I
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light weight metal or other suitable material and
The present invention relates to new and useful
improvements in packages for containing’ loose
material, such as tobacco,v which, because of its
nature, the particles usually become adhered to-'
which includes an upper section 6 and a bottom
section 1 severable from each other along the
score line indicated at 8.
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_ As shown to- advantage in Figure 8 of the draw
gether when packed in the package and cause ' Cl ing's, the score line‘extends along a horizontal
di?iculty in removing the contents after the
medial line substantially midway between the top
package is partially empty.
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and bottom of the blank from which the package
It is accordingly an object of the present in
is formed, the front wall of thepackage 9 and
vention to provide a dispensing package of this
the rear wall in having the score line 8 offset
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character which includes an inner container or
downwardly to form flaps l l and 12 at the bottom
follower adapted to move the contents of the
edge of the upper section 6, when the bottom
package upwardly toward the top thereof as the
section-‘I is removed therefrom, along the score
same becomes consumed and providing a sep
arable bottom section for the outer package and
In addition to the front section 9 and back sec
by. means of which the depth of the package is 15 tion Hi, the blank from which the package is
decreased whereby the contents of the package
formed also includes the central panel [3 which
line 8.
originally contained in thebottom portion thereof
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forms one of the sides of the package whenfolded
along the fold lines l4 and the end panels 15 and
may be moved into a position, toward thetop of
the package for’ convenient, removal therefrom.
A further object of theinvention is to provide
a dispensing package of this character of simple
I6 adapted for folding along the lines I‘! and I8, '
respectively, in overlapping relation to form the
other of the side walls of the package.
andpractical construction, which may be eco
nomically manufactured, and at the same time
neat and attractive in appearance, and otherwise
A top section I!) is formed on the upper edge
of the rear wall l0 and is folded along the hori
zontal line 20, the upper edge of the top l9 hav
well adapted for the purposes, for which the same 25 ing- a flap 2| formed thereon foldable along the
horizontal line 22- into a position downwardly in
is intended.
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, 1 Other objects and advantages reside in the de
the package behind the front wall 9, as shown to
tails of constructionand operation as more fully
advantage in Figure lof- thedrawings. The up
hereinafter described and claimed, reference be 30 per edge of the front wall 9, is formed with a
ing had to the accompanying drawings forming
notch 23 to facilitate engagement of the flap 2|
part hereof, wherein like numerals refer to like
to open the same.
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partsthroughout, and in which: ,
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The upper ends oft-the panels l3 and 16 are also
_ ‘Figure 1 is a perspective view showing the front
of the package.
formed with flaps “and 25' adapted for folding
along the horizontal lines 26 and 21, respectively,
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Figure 2 isa similar view showing the rear 35 inwardly of the package under the top [9.
Thebottom edge of the lower section 1 at the
front panel 9 is formed with a pair of horizontally
Figure 3 is a bottom plan view.
thereof.
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‘ Figure 4 is a perspective view of the inner con
tainer or follower.
Figure 5 is a vertical sectional view of the com
plete package.
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Figure 6 is a perspective view of the upper por
tion of the package after the bottom section
thereof has been removed,
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Figure 7 is a vertical sectional view of said
spaced ?aps‘ .28 foldable, respectively, along the,
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lines 29 and 30 and the bottom edge of the rear
wall [0 is likewise formed with horizontally
spaced flaps 3| foldable, respectively, on the fold
lines 32 and 33. The lower edge of the panel 13
is also formed with a flap 34 foldable along the
45 line 35 and the lower edge of the panel [6 is like
wise formed with a flap 36 foldable along the
line 31.
Figure 8 is a plan view of the blank from which
The ?aps 28, 3|, 34 and 36 are ‘adapted to be
the outer package is formed.
folded inwardly at the bottom of the section 1 in
Figure 9 is a similar View of the blank from
overlapping relation and may be secured together
which the inner container or follower is formed. 50 by a suitable adhesive. The spacing of the pairs
Referring now to the drawings in detail, where
of flaps 28 and 3! provide an opening 38 in the
in, for the purpose of illustration, I have disclosed
bottom of the lower section 1 of the container.
a preferred embodiment of the invention, the
An inner container or follower designated gen
numeral 5 designates theouter package generally ’ erally at’ 39 and formed from a. blank sheet of
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which may be made of heavy paper, cardboard.
upper portion of the package.
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material shown in Figure 9 of the drawings is 5
adapted for slidably mounting in the assembled
outer container 5, the inner container including
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1. A dispensing package comprising an integral
wall 43, the side edges of the front wall 40 having
major container including upper and lower sep
arable sections, said sections being severable along
a horizontal score line intermediate the top and
bottom of the container, said container including
the end wall 44 formed thereon and foldable along
and having an opening therein, a follower com
a front wall 49, rear wall 4| foldable along the
straight vertical fold lines 42 to form one end
the vertical line 45 while the back wall 4! also
has the end wall 46 formed thereon and foldable
along the vertical line 41, the end walls 44 and
45 being foldable in overlapping relation and
may be secured in folded position by a suitable
adhesive.
The bottom of the inner container as is closed '
by the flaps 48 and 49 formed on the lower edges
of the front and rear walls 40 and 4l_; respec
tively, and foldable along the horizontalline 5B.
The lower edges of the end
52 likewise
43 andfoldable
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also formed with ?aps 5| andwalls
along the line 50 in overlapping relation with
respect to the ?aps 48 and 49 and secured in posi:
tion by a suitable adhesive. The top of the inner
container 39 is open and the front'wall 4!! is
formed with a notch 53 in its upperedge adapted
to register with the notch 23 in the outer con
tainer when the inner container 39 is moved into
its uppermost position therein.
In the operationof the device, the tobacco is
usually placed in a paper wrapper of a shape
corresponding to the outer container 5 and the
lower end of the tobacco container is placed in
the inner container 39 and'the inner container,
with the tobacco package is then placed into the
outer container 5 through the open top thereof.
As the tobacco from the container is removed,
a bottom on the lower end of the lower section
prising
an
open-top
supplemental
container
slidably positioned in the major container and
‘ operable through the medium of an'object in
serted through the bottom opening of the major
container to move the contents of the major
container from the lower section into the upper
section thereof, said score line having offsets
therein, and ?aps on the lower edge of the upper
sectionrlrof the major container formed by said
offsets and adapted upon removal of the lower
section of the major container for folding into
overlapping relation to close the bottom of said
upper section of the major container.
2. A dispensing package comprising an integral
major container including upper and lower sep-.
arable sections, said sections being severable along
a horizontal score line intermediate the top and
bottom of the container, said container in
cluding a bottom on the lower end of the lower
section thereof and having an, opening therein,
a follower comprising an open top supplemental
container slidably positioned in the major con
tainer and operable through the medium of an
object inserted through the bottom opening of
said major container to move the contents of the
major container from the lower section into the
upper section thereof, said score line having off
the ?nger of the user may be inserted through _ 35 sets therein, and ?aps on the loweredge of the
the opening 38 to push the inner container 39
upwardly toward the top of the outer container 5,
the inner container 39 thus functioning as a
follower.
When su?icient tobacco has been removed from T
the container to position the inner container 39
entirely within the upper section 6, the lower
section ‘I may then be removed by tearing the
same along the score line 8.
To facilitate this separation of the lower sec
tion 1, the front and rear walls thereof may be
formed with vertical score lines 54.
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After the lower section 1 has been removed, the
upper section formed by said offsets and adapted
upon removal of the lower section for folding into
overlapping relation to close the bottom of said
upper section, one of said flaps having a‘ slit
adapted for receivingrthe other‘ flap to provide
an interlocking engagement between the flaps.
3. A dispensing package comprising an outer
major container including upper and lower
separable sections separable along ‘a horizontal
score line immediate the top and bottom of the
container, said container including a bottom hav
ing an opening therein, and an inner supple
mental container having an open top and slid
?aps H and 12 of the upper section 6 may then
ably mounted in said'outer major container and
section 6 and the free edge of the ?ap l2 inserted
in a slit 56 formed in the ?ap II to close the
section of said major ‘container, said upper major
container section having, in its provision forthe
separation of the lower section therefrom,.re
be folded along a line indicated at 55 into over .30 constituting a follower adapted for movement
from a position in the lower, section to the upper
lapping relation to close the bottom of the upper
bottom of the upper section 6.
It is believed that the-details of construction,
operation ‘and advantages of- the article will be
readily understood from the foregoing without
further detailed explanation.
Having thus described the invention, what I
claim is:
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tained foldable means, as a part thereof, for clos
ing the lower end of the upper section so asto
enclose and support said supplemental container
after the latter is moved ‘into said upper section.
JOSEPH S. GRAZIANO'.
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