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Oct. 15, 1946.
A. o. ZEDLER
2,409,41 1
FULL DISPLAY FLAG HOLDER
Filed Aug. 2; 1944
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Patented Oct. 15, 1946
2,409,411 1
UNITED STATES PATENT ‘OFFICE
2,409,411
FULL DISPLAY FLAG HOLDER
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Arthur 0. Zedler, Yonkers, N. Y.
Application August 2, 1944, Serial No. 547,716
1 Claim.‘ (Cl. 116-173)
This invention relates to an improved holder
for ?ags and banners, and one of its objects is
to provide a holder by means of which a flag may
be stiffened at one end so that it will drape neatly
from its support.
Another object of the invention is to provide
a flag holder which will fully display the entire
surface area of the ?ag.
With the above and other objects in view the
invention consists in certain new and useful com- ,
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clamped to the bar by means of the screws [3,
which are extended through end portions of the
bar and adjacent portions of the flag and U
shaped strip, and are secured in place by cap
nuts l4, threaded 0n the ends of the screws.
In Fig. 4 I show the manner in which this
clamping action is developed, so that the flag
will not slip out of its retaining channel, and
when draped will present the most attractive
display.
binations, constructions and arrangements of
In Fig. 3 I show the use of the improved ?ag
parts, clearly described in the following speci?
cation, and fully illustrated in the accompanying
drawing, in which
holder, in stiffening the inner edge of a, flag, when
the flag is unfurled from a vertical flag pole.
ing to stiffen the inner end of the ?ag.
Fig. 4 is a detail sectional View, taken on line
edge of the bar away from the ?ag pole. By
preventing the ?ag from sagging and holding it
4-4 of Fig. 1, looking in the direction of the
stretched on one end, the flag will have a longer
> In this case the holding bar 5 is clamped to
Fig. 1 is a view in elevation, showing the holder 15 the flag in the same manner as shown in Fig. 1,
in a horizontal position, supporting a flag in a
‘but the ends of the rope I4 of the flag pole I5,
draping position.
are connected to the ends of the bar 5, so that the
Fig. 2 is an edge view thereof.
bar can be raised or lowered with the flag. When
Fig. 3 is a view in elevation of the improved
the flag is unfurled to the wind, the pull of the
flag holder, supported upon a flag pole, and serv 20 wind upon the flag will move the inner vertical
arrows.‘
life and will unfurl more readily, when it becomes
Referring to the accompanying drawing which 25 wrapped around the ?ag pole, as the weight of
illustrates the practical construction of the in
the bar will have a tendency to force the flag into
vention 5 designates the improved ?ag supporter,
which is in the form of a straight bar of wood or
full displayed position.
The device may be constructed of rubber or
other similar light material.
plastic, for use on flag poles, and makes a useful
This bar is formed with a longitudinal channel 30 holder for ?ags for homes, windows, schools, fac
6 in one edge thereof, which thus provides a
tories, streets, buildings and public places.
holding pocket the full length of the bar, but not
The device may be used with any type of flag
as wide as the bar. In this channel or pocket
or banner, and when it is no longer desired to
the inner or upper edge of the flag 1 is forced
display a ?ag or banner, it may be rolled upon
by means of the U-shaped metal strip 8. This 35 the holder and stored away.
strip is placed astride the inner edge of the flag,
It is understood that the ?ag may be supported
and then the strip is forced into the channel or
to flow horizontally from a flag pole, or may be
pocket. The strip may be formed with hand hold
hung on the flag pole to hang vertically.
?anges 8a and 81), so thatthe strip may be easily
Having described my invention I claim as new:
Withdrawn, carrying with it the edge of the flag. 40 A ?ag holder comprising a, bar formed with a
The U-shaped clamping and inserting strip 9
longitudinal slot, a U-shaped metal strip ?tted
may be formed of aluminum, zinc, stainless steel,
in the slot and having outwardly directed ?anges
- or any material which will not corrode or rust
disposed against the edge of the bar, a flag hav
under outside weather conditions, or when ex
ing one edge thereof disposed in the U-shaped
posed to the air for a long period of time.
45 metal strip, and screws extending through the
The bar 5 is formed with projections I0 and I I,
bar and through the metal strip and flag to hold
located near the opposite corners thereof, and
the flag and metal strip in the slot, the ?anges
each one is provided with a hanging hole l2, by
of the metal strip extending outwardly of the
means of which a hanging cord may be looped
sides of the bar, and the bar having means on
on the bar, and the bar and the ?ag supported 50 the ends thereof to hang the same horizontally
thereby suspended or draped on the wall or a
or vertically.
post.
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The U-shaped clip and the flag are positively
ARTHUR O. ZEDLER.
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