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Sept. 24, i946. «
T, R, BLACK
2,407,971
STORAGE RECEPTACLE FOR ToILET PAPER
Filed April 18, 1945
`
INVENTÓR.
BY THEo‘DoRE R BLACK
Patented Sept. 24,` 1946
2,407,971 `
p A¿umfria-o STAT-.Eis PATE NT omer:
‘ STORAGÉ~REQ`IÍ|2IÃIÈIÈCÀLE FOR TOILET `
Theodore 2R. Black, Tipp City, Ohio
Application Ápril 18, 1945, `Serial,l\lo.'58‘9,0’7`54
(Cl. S12-_113)
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lI’his 'invention relates to a storage receptacle
or magazine 'for toilet‘paper or ’the like.
havingits upper and lower edge portions 3 'and
S «bent forwardly and substantially parallel with
One object ofthe invention vis ‘to provide such
the forward edge lportionseof th'e curved 'ends "6
a‘r‘eceptacle which can be ‘built 'into the wall .of
and 'l of the 4rear wall. The crosssectional di
«a bathroom or toilet-,room and rigidly supported
therein 'in such a manner ‘that portions only 5 mensions of the device are such as to l,permit a
roll of toilet lpaper to be supported therein Tin
'thereof Aare `exposed and >do not `’detract from the
horizontal .position Aand to move vfreely inV the
appearance of the room.
receptacle and the overall `length „of the recep
A 'further object of 'the invention is .to .pro
tacle is `such nas to accommodate Vthe desired
-vide ‘such `a rec'eptacle'having means whereby a
number of rolls'to be stored. `
roll of paper may 'be supported exteriorly ofthe
That wall of the toilet or bathroom which Sis
lower‘end thereof 'andin which the rolls Stored
in
the rear `of 'th'e water closet usually comprises
lin’t'he -receptacle are supported out of contact
six inch studding `so that Íthe space -W‘ith‘in the
‘with the exterior'roll.
wall between thefstudding is ample to receive a
`A‘~"further object ofthe 'invention isto provide 15 receptacle
cfa fore and .aft widthsliglitlyggreat
such La‘receptacle having` hinged closures for both
er than the diameter of the roll of ’toilet paper.
The receptacle is mounted inthe wall before the
construction of .the Alatter .has been completed.
ofthe exterior roll to .extendintothe receptacle.
In the arrangement here sh'own the .covering for
'A further ’object of the -invention is to provide
usuch `a 'receptacle in which the lower closure is 20 the wall comprises an inner supporting structure
l0, such Yas wall board or lath, to which'isapplied
movable ‘forwardly through the flower end of the
an outer covering Il of plaster. AA convenient
'receptacle ‘and is provided with` a „resilient latch
way of installing the device is to omit a section
"to retain the lsame in its closedposition.
of the wall covering, of a size sufûoientto `permit
"Atfurther (object of the ‘invention is to rprovide
the receptacle to be inserted Abetween adjacent
Asuch Aa ’receptacle >having means for `releasably
studding. When so inserted the -front vlower por
supporting the "lowermost roll in the receptacle
tion of the rear wall rests upon the wallboard
"at'a‘point'spacedïvfrom the ,lower end of the re
and `plaster at the lower end of theopeningvand
ceptacle.
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the `upper and lower‘ends thereof and .in which
the lower closure’is arranged to permita portion
A lfurther Aobject of ‘the invention is »to pro
Vide -su‘cln a. `receptacle which is of a simple in
expensive construction, easy to install in the lwall
and >oif‘such a ‘character "that the rolls of paper
-may íbe easily‘inserted 5in and removed >from the
saine.
Other objects of the invention ,may appear as
the‘device-is 'describedîin detail.
ì .
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the vfront edge ofthe upper portion of therear
wall is in contact With’ or Close to the wall‘board
and plaster at the upper end of the opening,
With the receptacle in this position the wall
board and plaster are `»applied to .the studding
between the forwardly projecting portionsS fand
35 9 of the front wall of the receptacle, `»the Iplaster
extending slightly beyond >the 'front edges of
these portions, thus completingV the wall .and
providing a continuous wall surface, except only
`In the -accompanying drawing‘Fig. 1 isa front
elevation of a storage receptacle `embodying the
for the open ends of the receptacle. A'iianged
invention, showing 'the .same Íinstalled in >the 40 rim structure l2 is 'then Yinserted in ‘the Aopen
wall; Fig. `2 is a vertical section taken centrally
upper end of the receptacle between the ifor
Vthrough the 'structure of ÍFig. 1; ‘Fig~ >3 isalsec
wardly projecting edge portions 6 and ‘8 Àof -the
ltional detail, partly broken away, vof .the closure
rear and front walls, with its flange A1'3 fin Icon
`>for >the upper end of the receptacle; and Fig. `‘i
tact with the plaster surrounding the opening.
`is a sectional detail showing the Vresilient latch 45 The edge portions of the receptacle andthe rim
‘for‘the 'lower closure.
are then rigidly secured to the wall board and
.In the drawing I have illustrated thepreferred
plaster, as by nails I4. A similar flanged rim `l5
embodiment of my invention and'have shown
is inserted in the lower opening of the receptacle
the same‘as .comprising Va tubular structure 5
between the opposed edge portions 9 and `'l of
`substantially rectangular in cross .section „and 50
the front and -`rear walls and `‘is similarlysecured
comprisingtfront, vrear and yside wallsrigidly con
in place.
l
v
nected one with the other. The upper and lower
`>ends of fthe „tubular structure extend vforwardly,
Means are provided ïfor Vsupporting a lroll‘of
paper exteriorly of the receptacle at the lower
>anizhthe upper and lower ends .6 and 'l .of rthe
end thereof and, inthe present arrangement.,
rear wall are curved forwardly, the front wall 55 this
means comprises brackets I6 secured to the
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vertical portions `of the ñange I5a`of the rim I5
_and provided with alined openings to removably
support a shaft I‘I on which an exterior roll of
paper I8 is supported. 'I'he brackets are, or”
course, spaced apart a distance greater than the
axial length of the roll s0 that when the shaft
I'I_ is removed a roll may move from the interior
of the receptacle through the open end thereof.
The shaftis spaced from the front end of the
receptacle av distance less than the radius of the
complete roll -of paper so that a substantial
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I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Pat
ent, is:
1. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
prising a rigid vertical tubular structure substan
tially rectangular in cross section and adapted
to be mounted in a wall between adjacent stud
ding, the upper and lower end portions of the
front and rear walls of said structure extending
forwardly to engage saidvwall an-dsupport said
tubular structure therein„means for removably
supporting a roll of paper in line with and ex
tending ' partially into the lower end of said
portion of the roll will extend into the receptacle.'
structure, a closure hinged to said structure
It is desirable that the lower opening of the re
,
`within
the lower end portion thereof for forward
be
provided
with
a
suitable
closure-_
ceptacle shall
movement to an open position, and yieldable
and in the arrangement here shown a door I9 is
_ means for retaining said closure in its closed po
hinged at its lower edge, at 20, to the rim I liV and
sitiOn.
is of such width that it may move forwardly
2; A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
about the hinge between the brackets I5 to a fully
prising a rigid vertical tubular structure substan
This
open door
position,
ispreferably
as shown in
curved
dotted
rearwardly
lines in Fig.
so as 20 tially rectangular in cross section and adapted to
be mounted in a wall between adjacent studding,
not to restrict the extent to which the exterior
the upper and lower end portions of the front
roll of paper may extend into the receptacle and
and rear walls of said structure extending for
itA is provided at its upper edge with latching
wardly to engage said Wall and support said tu
means for retaining it in its closed position. The
door is’preferably of resilient material and is 9.5 bular structure therein, means for removably
supporting a roll of paper in line lwith and ex
provided at its upper end with a recess ZI adapt
tending partially into the lower end of said struc
'ed to receive a lug 22 rigidly secured to the rim
ture, a door of resilient material in the forwardly
I5. A finger piece 23 extends downwardly from
extending lower end portion of said tubular
the groove portion of the door. _When a forward
and downward force is exerted on` the finger 30 structure, and hinged atV its lower edge to said
piece 23 the door will flex and the rear wall of
the groove will move beneath the lug V22, thus
releasing the door for forward movement. When
thedoor is movedrearwardly to its closed posi
tion the rounded rear wall of the groove will en
gage the lug and will spring downwardly to per
mit the lug to enter the groove and thus secure
the door against movement. `
structure for forward movement to an open po-sition, a lug secured to ,said structure adjacent
the upper edge of said door, said door being
curved rearwardly about a horizontal axis and
35 having in its upper edge a recess to receive said
lug, the rear wall of said recess being >shaped to
yield and ride over said lug when said door is
moved to or from its closed position.
.
3. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
Means are also provided for supporting the
lowermost roll within the receptacle at a point 40 prising a rigid vertical tubular structure sub
stantially rectangular in cross section and adapted
above the lower end thereof so that the lower
to be mounted in a wall between adjacent vstud
roll will not engage the door and tend to force
ding, the upper and lowerA end por-tions of the
the same open. For ythis purpose I haveV mount
front and rear walls of said structure extending
ed on the outer surface of one side wall of the
forwardly to engage said wall and support said
receptacle a resilient latch 24 having a roll en
tubular structure therein, means for removably
gaging portion 25 which extends inwardly
supporting a roll of paper in line with and ex
through a slot 26 Vin the side wall and is provid“
tending partially into .the lower end of said struc
ed in its inner end with a linger piece 2l. The
ture, a closure hinged to said structure within
resiliency rof the latch retains the roll supporting
the lower end portion thereof for forward move
portion 25 normally in the path of the lower
- ment toV an open position, yieldable means for
most roll and thus supports> all the rolls against
retaining> said closure in its closed position, and a
downward movement. When it is desired to re
yieldable roll supporting device mounted on said
move the lower roll the shaft I'I is removed, the
Itubular structure above the lower end thereof and
door I9 opened and the latch 24 moved outwardly
to release the lower roll, the latch being permit 55 held normally in the path of Ithe lowermost roll
in said tubular structure.
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ted to swing out into the path of the next‘fol
‘_1. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
lowing roll as the lower roll moves past the same.
prising a rigid vertical Ytubular structure Sub
The upper end of the receptacle is also provid
stantially rectangular in cross section and adapted
ed' with a closure 28 which is here shown as a
to be mounted in a wall between adjacent stud
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iianged door, the upper flange of which is hinged
ding, the upper and lower end portions of y'the
at 29, to the flange I3 of the rim I2. The door is
front and rear walls of said structure extending
provided with a handle 3E! by means of which it
forwardly to engage said wall and support said
may be readily opened to permit the insertion of
tubular structure therein, rims extending respec
the rolls of paper and, if desired, a latch may 65 tively into the forwardly extending upper and
be provided for retaining the same in its> closed
lower ends of said ltubular structure and having
position but ordinarily the weight of the door
flanges to engage the outer surface of said wall,
will be sufficient to maintain it in its closed po
means for securing said rims to the respective
ends of said structure and to said wall, Aand clo
While I have shown and described one embodi 70 sures for the upper and lower ends of said struc
ture hinged to the respective rims.
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Vment of my invention I wish it to be understood
5. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
that I do not desire to be limited to the details
>prising a tubular structure substantially rectan
thereof as various modifications may occur to a
gular in cross section and having a vertical por
person skilled in the art.
‘ Having now fully described my invention, what 75 tion and a lower forwardly extending portion, la
sition.
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door in said forwardly extending portion hinged
at its lower edge to said structure for forward
movement to an open posi-tion and curved rear
wardly about a horizontal axis, and a lug secured
to the upper wall of said forwardly extending
portion, said door having at its upper edge up
wardly extending front and rear projections
adapted to receive said lug between them and
said door being resilient to enable the rear pro
jection to ride over said lug.
6. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
prising a tubular structure substantially rectan
gular in cross section and having a vertical por
tion and a lower forwardly extending portion, a
door in said forwardly extending portion hinged
at its lower edge to said structure for forward
movement t0 an open posi-tion and curved rear
wardly about a horizontal axis, a lug secured to
the upper wall of said forwardly extending por
tion, said door having at its upper edge upwardly
ex-tending front and rear projections adapted to
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receive said lug between them and said door be
ing resilient to enable the rear projection .to ride
over said lug, and a roll supporting device
mounted on the vertical portion of said struc
ture for movement into and out of supporting
engagement with «the lowermost roll in said struc
ture and to thereby support said lowermost roll
in spaced relation .to said door.
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7. A storage receptacle for rolls of paper com
10 prising a tubular structure substantially rectan
gular in cross section and having a vertical por
tion and a lower forwardly extending portion,
means for supporting a roll of paper exteriorly of
said structure with its rear portion extending into
the forwardly extending portion of said structure,
a yieldable device mounted on the ex-terior sur
face of said vertical portion and having a part
extending into said structure in the path of the
lowermost rollin said structure.
THEODORE R. BLACK.
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