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Oct. 2_9, 1946.
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F. D. REYNOLDS
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HAIR CURLER
Filed Jan. 26, 1945`
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Patented Óct. 29,v 1946
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.HAIR CURLER
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Frank D. Reynolds?Chicago,l Ill., nassignor vto
Gaylord' Products," Incorporated, Chicago, Ill.,
’ a'.v corporation 'of'Delaware
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Application Jannary 26, 1945,»serialrNo. 574,742
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(01.132434)
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portions for moving the member` I2 away from
the member II. The -member Il is preferably
formed‘tubularat its hairengaging end and pro
curler in which a pair of hair gripping and curl
vided vvith a plurality of apertures I1. The outer
ing members are pivotally connected intermedi
end of the member I2 is formed arcuate in cross
ate their ends and provided with a `U"-shaped bail
section to conform to the contour of the-member
for'locking the curledhair in position on the
iI and is also'provided Witlra plurality'of aper
curler.
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tures I8.
" The present invention contemplates the provi
A tubular collar 2l is mounted on members Il
sion 'oi' a‘ hair curler of this type' in which a lock
ing bail'collar is journaled on'the pivotally oon 10 and I2 for relative rotational movement there
with and is held against axial displacement there
nected hair gripping and’ curling members and
from'by means of an> inwardly disposed annular
provided with means at spaced intervals around
,bead portion 22 which >engages within recesses
its ‘inn'er‘períphery for yieldably 'resisting rota
This .invention relates to hair curlers and> is
moreparticularly concerned with the ,type of .hair
-23\formed‘in the members II and I2. The inner
tional movement of the collar around said mem
bers.
15 side of the annular bead 22 is vformed with a plu
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It isa further object of this inventionv to pro
rality ofnotches 24 disposed at equally spaced
«vide ahair curler which' may be locked to a curl
intervals to'receive-aïprctuberance 26 which eX
of hair and in-‘tight engagement againstthe 'scalp
tends outwardly from'the surface ofthe groove
‘of the user.
vIt is a further object of this invention to pro
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vide a hair curler having a locking bail‘pivotally
lconnected to a collar journaled ¿on >thea-curling
members, and in whichY said bailis yieldably re
sistant to pivotal movement from its hairlock
ing position.
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` 'eyes 28 -at‘ »theends' thereof- for engagement by
rivets 29 secured to the collar. vThe locking bail
v-25 -isl movable from its hair curling position, shown
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This invention embodies other novel features,
details of construction and arrangement of parts
which are hereinafter set forth in thespeciñca
tion and claims, and illustrated in the accom
panying drawing wherein:
Fig. 1 is a plan View showing a hair curler em
bodying features of this invention.
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>Fivotally connected to the ‘outer end ofthe co1
'lar 2| is provided a locking bail 21 which is pref
erably formed of resilient wire and provided with
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Fig. 2 is a side elevational view of same.
in Fig. 3, to its hair locking-position, shown in
Fig. l, and is yieldably resistant to movement
from its hair> locking position by means of the in
30 turned portions 3| which engage in locking re
cesse-s 32 formed on the collar 2|. A spring 33
is mounted between the finger gripping portions
I4 and I6 of the members II and I2 to yieldably
resist opening movement of said members.
Fig. 3 is a plan view of the curler, partly in
In the use of a curler of the type described
section, showing the locking bail in hair curling 35 the bail 21 is first moved to its hair curling posi
position.
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tion, as indicated in Fig. 3, and the jaw I2 is
Fig. 4 is an enlarged fragmentary longitudinal
moved away from the member II by applying
sectional view of the curler.
pressure to the finger gripping portions i4 and
Fig. 5 is an enlarged sectional view taken along»
I5. The end of a lock of hair to be curled then
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the line 5-5 of Fig. 3.l
is
inserted between the members II and I2 and
Fig. 6 is an enlarged sectional view taken along
the curler is rotated by means of the bail 21 to
the line 6--6 of Fig. 4.
form the curl. When the curler is rotated into
Fig. 7 is a fragmentary detail view showing the
close engagement against the scalp of the user,
hair clamping and curling members with the bail
45 the locking bail 2l may be rotatably adjusted with
collar removed.
respect to the members I I and I2 by means of the
Fig. 8 is a sectional view taken along the line
collar 2l in order to suitably position the bail
8-8 of Fig. 7.
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21 to prevent uncurling movement of the mem
Referring now to the drawing for a better un
bers II and I2. By means of the protuberance
derstanding of this invention, the hair curler is
shown as comprising a curling member II and a 50 26 and the recesses 24, the bail 21 may be rota
hair clamping member I2 which are pivotally
connected intermediate their ends by means of a
rivet I3. The members II and I2 extend rear-l
tively positioned with respect to the hair curl
ing members to dispose same .in its most desir
able hair locking position. After the bail 21 is
moved to its hair locking position, it is held
Wardly from their point of pivotal connection at
I4 and I6, respectively, to provide'ñnger gripping 55 against accidental pivotal rmovement therefrom
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by' means of its inturned portions 3| which engage
in the recesses 32 formed on the collar 2l.
While this invention has been shown in but one
form, it is obvious to those skilled in the art that
it is not so limited but is susceptible of various
changes and modifications without departing
from the spirit and scope of the claimed inven
tion.
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said curling member, said members having finger
gripping portions extending rearwardly from their
point of pivotal connection, a collar journaled on
said members adjacent their connected portions,
said collar having locking notches formed therein,
a U-shaped Wire bail having its ends pivotally
connected to said collar and movable from the
hair curling position to a hair locking position
I claim as my invention:
for yieldable interlocking engagement in said col
1. A hair curler comprising a curling member, 10 lar notches, said members being formed with
a clamping jaw member pivotally connected to
grooves extending around the finger gripping
said curling member, said members having ñnger
gripping portions extending rearwardly from
portions thereof, said collar being formed with
an annular bead for engagement in said grooves
their point of pivotal connection, avcollar jour
formed in said members for preventing axial dis
naled on said members adjacent their connected 15 placement of said collar, the bead portion of said
portions, said collar having a plurality of lock
collar 'being formed with a plurality of annularly
ing recesses formed therein, a protuberance '
spaced recesses, and a protuberance disposed
formed on one of said members for engagement
Within the groove of one of said members for
in said recesses to provide yieldable step-by-step
engagement in said recesses to provide yieldable
rotation of said collar, said collar having lock
step-by-step rotation of said collar.
ing notches formed therein, a U-shaped Wire bail
4. A hair curler comprising a, pair of hair grip
having its ends pivotally connected to said collar
ping and curling members pivotally connected
and movable from the hair curling position to
intermediate their ends, a collar journaled on
a hair locking position for yieldable interlocking
the pivotally connected portions of said members,
engagement in said collar notches.
a ,protuberance formed on one of said members,
2. A hair curler comprising a curling member,
said collar having spaced recesses to receive said
a clamping jaw member pivotally connected to
protuberance to yieldably resist step-by-step ro
said curling member, said members having Enger
tational movement of said collar on said members,
gripping portions extending rearwardly from
and a Wire locking bail having its ends pivotally
their point of pivotal connection, a collar jour
connected to diametrically opposed sides of said
naled on said members adjacent their connected
collar.
portions, said collar having locking notches
5. A hair curler comprising a pair of hair grip
formed therein, a U-shaped Wire bail having its
ping and curling members pivotally connected
ends pivotally connected to said collar and mov
able from the hair curling position to a hair .55 intermediate their ends, a collar journaled on
the pivotally connected portions of said members,
locking position for yieldable interlocking en
a protuberance formed on one of said members,
gagement in said collar notches, said members
said collar having spaced recesses to receive said
being formed with grooves extending around the
protuberance to yieldably resist step-by-step ro
ringer gripping portions thereof, said collar be
ing formed with an annular bead for engagement 40 tational movement of said collar on said mem
bers, a Wire locking bail having its ends piv
in said grooves formed in said members for pre
otally connected to diametrically opposed sides
venting axial displacement of said collar, and
of said collar, and means provided on said collar
means for yieldably resisting step-by-step rota
for yieldably resisting pivotal movement of said
tion of said collar.
locking bail from its hair locking position.
3. A hair curler comprising a curling member, , ~
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FRANK D. REYNOLDS.
a clamping jaw member pivotally connected to
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