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Sept. 24, 1946. . ' ' > - 1g, “LQBQH PACKING _ WRAPPER 2,408,159 ' " Filed March a, 1944 ‘ - 2v She'ets-Sheet 1 - "n",.rununuuununn,"a..."u..-” ~ 6730546 7?, . 50/7, ' Patented Sept. 24, 1946 * * 2,408,159 _’ UNITED 1 STATE 5 PATENT OFFICE} 2,408,159 . PACKING WRAPPER George W. VBoh, Chattanooga, Tenn, assignor to 0. B. Andrews Company, Chattanooga, Tenn., a corporation of Tennessee Application March 6, 1944, Serial No. 525,238 1 Claim. (Cl. 206-46) 1 2 This invention relates to packing wrappers for use in shipping and storing merchandise, such as yarn packages, which are designed to hold and rial from which the wrapperis formed made in protect the yarn packages from damage while in tainer, carton or the like showing several of the yarn package wrappers packed therein, Figure 3‘is an enlarged vertical sectional‘ view taken approximately midway through one of the storage or in transit. , > y accordance with the invention. 7 . ’ . Figure 2 is a vertical sectional view of'a con . It is an object of the invention to provide a wrapper formed from?breboard or similar ?exi wrappers with the yarn carrying cones ?tted blematerial adapted to be folded to form a rec tangular structure for holding a group of yarn package's, so that each package will be held in 10 ' Figure 4 is a top plan view of one of the wrap , pers showing the locking tongue for holding the spacedrelation to the others of the group. wrapper in folded relation, A further object. of the invention resides in Figure 5 is a sectional view taken‘ on line 5—5 providing a wrapper for packing the yarn pack of Figure 4 looking in the direction of the arrows, ages in a cartonor other suitable packing case, therein, the wrappers being stacked in vertical tiers with 15 interlocking engagement with each other when I‘ handling ‘ ' . in a partly'folded condition. ' Similar reference characters indicate corre in stacked relation whereby the wrappers are held displacement . during V Figure 6 is av perspective view of the wrapper .in the packing case, with each wrapper having against and ‘ sponding parts throughout the several views in the or shipping. 20 drawings. . A, still further object of the invention resides Referring to the drawings in detail A desig in providing a wrapper formed of ?breboard adapted to be folded about one or any selected number of yarn packages, the wrapper being pro .vided with means to receive andhold the ends of ‘the ' yarn carrying cones to prevent sidewise nates generally each of the wrappers constitut ing the present invention, patterned and cut in any selected manner, as hereinafter set forth. Each wrapper A comprises a normally flat sheet-like or board-like body I 0, preferably made movement of each package of yarn to prevent from ?breboard or any other'?brous material having the required sti?ness and strength, yet contact of the yarn package with ‘any part of the , "carton or the adjacent yarn packages. “ being light in weight to give a certain inherent ' A still further object of the, invention resides .30 amount of ?exibility, without tearing or break yarn packages which may be easily stacked in ing. This body [0 is anelongated or rectangular sheet having spaced parallel transversely disposed a carton or shipping case and which will secure crease lines H created therein at vproper dis ly hold the yarn packages against contact with tances apart to‘ permit the body to be folded to in providing a wrapper for holding a group of one another, each wrapper constituting a separate 35 build a wrapper having a bottom wall l2, end walls l3, and overlapped interlocking dual top ?aps l4 and I5, respectively, the latter being the unit permitting easy removal of the merchan dise from the carton. Another object of the invention resides in pro viding a structure of the above mentioned char extremities of the sheet forming the body. The ?aps l4 and I5 are approximately of the same size with respect to each other for full over ‘ acter which is simple to assemble, e?icient in use 40 lapping relationship to one another when in this and inexpensive to manufacture. position. The ?ap M underlies the ?ap I5, and With these and other objects in view, the in each flap 1 4 has die cut therein at selected spaced vention consists in the features of construction, intervals holes or openings l6, while the bottom combination and arrangement of parts as will be 45 wall l2 has die cut therein in centered vertical hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in the alignment with the holes l6, larger holes or open accompanying drawings, and pointed out in the ings H, the latter, together with the holes l6 are gauged in sizes with respect. to companion ends claim hereunto appended. It is of course under of cones l8 carrying yarn to be stored or shipped stood that changes, variations and modi?cations in the invention can be resorted to, as fall prop erly within the scope of the claim hereto an 50 in a container, carton or the like generally de nexed, without departing from the spirit of the invention. In the accompanying drawings: Figure 1 is a plan view of the sheet of mate 55 noted at B, of a determined given size for accom modating one or more of the wrappers herein be fore set forth. These wrappers each in its hori zontal all-over dimensions is such as to snugly fit within the container, carton or the like B to 2,408,159 D have the inside surfaces of its wall make close contact with such wrapper for the removable ?t ting therein. 4 with each other, one of the closed ends l3 of one wrapper is located at the fully open side of the other wrapper next thereto, so that the closed The underlying top flap M of the wrapper is end wall I3 acts as a closure for the open side, formed with an elongated slot 59, which opens when the wrappers are placed within a container, through the outer free edge 2t of the ?ap, while the top flap 15 at the approximate center thereof has cuttherein a latching tongue 2|, which reg carton or the like B. The tongue 2| is of a width to frictionally bind against the opposite edges of the slot IQ for re ceiving the same for holding it fast, and thus isters with the slot I8 to be received therein and ‘prevents Weaving and causes the larger holes or interlocks with the closed innermost end 22 of openings to fall into proper position directly over the latter when the flaps l4 and l5 are in over the smaller holes or openings with relation to the lapped superposed relation to each other with ‘ top ?aps of each wrapper. the cones I3 nested therein with the ends of the It will be seen that the yarn on the cones l8 cones inter?tting the holes or openings I6 and when nested in the wrapper A will not touch any I1, as has been before described. part thereof, and the same practically ?oat with The flap l5 has holes or openings 23 formed in the wrapper, any side sway or shifting of the therein, which are of the same size as' the holes cones being impossible due to the ends of the or openings H and vertically register ‘or align cones being engaged with the openings l6 and I1. with the latter and the holes or openings It, so Each body I0 of the wrapper A is of a one piece that when a plurality of Wrappers are stacked 20 sheet of material and such‘wrapper is'of a knock in the container, carton or the like B the cones l8 at their larger ends in the superposed wrapper will engage these holes or openings 23 of the un down or collapsible form, it being normally ?at and when set-up for holding merchandise will be derneath wrapper for the intercoupling of the wrappers in their stacked relationship within the stacked on one another in the shipping-container, container, carton or the like. In this manner the stacked wrappers will be held against dis the bottom or lowermost end of ‘each cone in the wrapper will ?t over the smaller end of the cone in the wrapper beneath and engage in the open— placement with relation to each other and thus eliminate distortion of the Walls of the container, carton or the like when the wrappers are stacked therein. ' carton Or the like, two, three or four high and ing 23, thus interlocking the wrappers in stacked relation. Having thus described my invention, I claim: A package of yarn cones comprising a sheet of ?brous material folded to form a rectangular The opposite end Walls ‘13 of each wrapper ad jacent the uppermost crease lines ll next to the frame having top and bottom walls inclosing the top ?aps l4 and I5 are provided with ?nger en gaging apertures 24, so that the wrapper when 35 cones, the‘ ends of said sheet being secured in overlapping relation to form a double layer top set-up for holding the cones I'B therein can be wall, said top and bottom walls having aligned carried, inserted in and removed from the con openings therein, the openings in the inner layer tainer B in a ready and easy manner, these aper tures being normally closed by displaceable hinge acting tabs 25 cut from the body 50 in the forma tion of the said apertures zdtherein. The .number of holes or openings I8, I1’ and ‘23 will be varied according to the quantity of mer chandise to be nested in each wrapper and are of the top wall being relatively small and the openings in the outer layer of the top ‘wall and bottom wall being relatively large and substan tially the same ‘size, the lower end of each cone being snugly received in one of the bottom open ings and projecting therethrough, the'upper end spaced to hold the merchandise in spaced rela 45 of each cone being snugly received in the small tion to each other to prevent contact therebe opening of the top wall and the large opening in tween'and with the walls of the ‘carton in which the outer layer'of the top Wall being adapted to they are packed. snugly receive the projecting lower end of the The sides of the wrappers ‘A'when setup, which cone of an adjacent package When the packages are’ at substantially right angles to‘ the end walls 50 are disposed in stacked relation and operating to l3 are entirely open, excepting when in the place interlock said packages together. ment of two or more Wrappers in the same plane GEORGE ‘W. BOH.