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Oct. 8, 1945'
2,408,751
v H. BREITER ET AL
CHANGE PURSE
Filed NOV. 30, 1944
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Patented Oct. 8, 1946
V UNITED STATES PATENT *oFFicE
12,408,751 .
‘CHANGE PURSE
York, and ‘Harold Brandorg: i,
‘Harold Breiter, New
Brooklyn, N. Y.
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- Application November 30, 1944, Serial No. 565,850
(Cl. 133——.6)
Q 2 Claims.
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This invention relates to change purses and
refers more particularly to a'purse having sep
arate channels for each demonination of coin,
the channels being de?ned by ribs formed in- .
tegral with a back portion, the ribs being resilient
and requiring compression in order to enter a
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shaped cross section is thus formed exteriorly of
each two adjacent ribs [3. The ribs .13 are in
tegral with the back I l as noted above, and dis
' tinct one from the other, this being true even
as to the rib-s of adjacent channels.
A groove l'l
extends between each two adjacent ribs l3 and
the back H. The ribs 12 in an uncompressed
state extend obliquely forward and outward from
An object of the present invention is to provide
the back II as shown in solid lines in Figure 4,
a change purse of the channel type which shall
and have hemispherical recesses l9 formed there
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be sturdier than those in use, yet simple and
cap portion serving as a closure.
in.
cheap to manufacture.
The cap 8 has a substantially oblong rec
Another object is to provide a purse in which
the coin channels are compressed and the coins
thus locked in, by placing the cover thereon.
tangular recess 2| formed therein, whereby the
cap is adapted to ?t over the body
.
Hemi
spherical projections or buttons 22 are formed
Other objects will become apparent from the 15 in the ends of the cap and correspond to the re
following speci?cation.
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cesses I9 formed in the ribs I2. Other hemi
In accomplishing the objects of the present in
spherical projections or knobs 23 are formed in
vention it was found desirable to- provide a
teriorly of the front side 24 of the cap 8, corre
moulded plastic-body comprising a back portion
sponding in location to the grooves H.
and ribs extending laterally therefrom and con
In operation, coins are placedv in their respec
stituting coin channels formed between the ribs.
tive channels l5 in the purse, and have their
The ribs are resilient and are compressed by
lower halves tipped forward slightly by the in
buttons or projections formed interiorly of the
clined lower portion 9 of back II, subsequentv
cover, thus compressing the channels and tightly
coins receiving the same tip or tilt from the ones
locking in place anycoins held therein and pre 25 on which they rest. When the cap or cover is
venting them rattling when the purse is handled
off, the coins rest loosely in the-channels l5. In
or moved about.
The invention Will appear more clearly from
order to place the cap 3 on the body ‘i the end
ribs ‘l2 must ‘be pressed inwardly at the‘ top, as
the following detailed description when taken in
a shown in broken lines in Figure 4, and the cap 8
connection with the accompanying drawing
showing, by way of example, .
In the drawing,
Figure 1 is a front elevation partly in section,
of the coin purse with cap‘ in place.
Figure 2 is a top‘ elevation of the cap.
Figure 3 is a bottom elevation of the same.
Figure 4 is a top elevation of the purse without
the cap, showing the compressed position in
broken lines.
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Figure 5 is a-section along the line 5-5 of Fig
ure 3.
.
Figure 6 is a section along the line 6--5 of Fig
ure 1.
The device of the invention comprises the body
‘I and cap 8. The body 1 comprises a back por
tion I [having a lower forwardly sloping portion
9, with which back II is molded or formed in
then ?ts over the body, the buttons 22 engaging
the recesses l9. Simultaneously the knobs 23
enter the grooves ll and compress the upper por
tion of the ribs l3, bending them inwardly as
shown in broken lines in Figure ll. The inward .
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bending of the ribs i2, i3, constricts the channels.
15,, and the coins are securely locked therein,
_ preventing rattling. The cap 8 is held securely
in place by the engagement of buttons 22 with
recesses 19 until released for removal by com
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pressing the end ribs [2 with the ?ngers.
It is apparent that the speci?c illustrations
shown above have been given by way of illustra
tion only and not by way of limitation, and that
the structures above described‘ are subject to
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wide variation and modi?cation without depart
ing from the scope or intent of the invention,
all of which variations and modi?cations are to
be included within the scope of the present in
tegral the plano-concave end ribs I2, concave in
termediate ribs [3, and bottom portion 14 merg
ing with and connecting all the ribs [2, l3. The 50
ribs de?ne coin channels l5, each channel being
of a size to accommodate a different denomina
tion of coin.
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The exterior surfaces is of the concave ribs l3
are convex and a groove ll of substantially V
vention.
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What is claimed is:
1. A change purse comprising a body portion
and a cap, said body portion comprising a back
portion and ribs extending laterally therefrom
and de?ning coin channels formed between said
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ribs, said ribs com-prising end ribs and interme
diate concave ribs, the end ribs having recesses
therein said concave ribs comprising convex ex
terior surfaces whereby grooves are formed in
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said body exteriorly of each two adjacent concave
ribs, said cap comprising knobs formed therein
corresponding in location to said grooves and
adapted to compress said concave ribs inwardly
said body exteriorly of each two adjacent con 6 when said cap is put in place on said body por
cave ribs, said cap comprising knobs formed
tion,v said cap further being formed With a sub
therein corresponding in location to said recesses
stantially oblong rectangular recess therein cor
and adapted to compress said concave ribs in
responding in length to said back portion, said
wardly when said cap is put in place on said body
end ribs extending obliquely forward and out
portion, and means on said cap for engaging the 10 ward from said back portion and being resilient,
end rib recesses for locking said cap to the body
said body portion being adapted upon inward
portion.
compression of said end ribs to enter said recess
2. A change purse comprising a body portion
in said cap, the compression of said end ribs and
and a cap, said body portion comprising a back
said intermediate ribs being adapted to constrict
portion and ribs extending laterally therefrom 15 said channels and lock coins therein against
and de?ning coin channels formed between said
rattling, and means on said cap for engaging the
ribs, said ribs comprising end ribs and interme- ‘
end rib recesses for locking said cap to the body
diate concave ribs, the end ribs having recesses
portion.
therein said concave ribs comprising convex ex
HAROLD BREITER.
terior surfaces whereby grooves are formed in 20'
HAROLD ‘BRANDON.
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