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Nov. 5, 1946.
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I. L. LESAVOY
BOOK COVER
Filed NOV. 10, 1945
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INVENTOR.
LLAWRENCE- LESAVOY
Patented Nov. 5, 1946
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‘UNITED ‘STATES PATENT 0 FFICE
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Isadore Lawrence Lesavoy, Allentown, Pa.
Application November 10, 1945, Serial No. 627,887
6 Claims.
(Cl. 224—47)
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This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in book covers and carriers.
The object of the invention is to provide a
to be gripped in the hand so that the device may
act as a book mark. Preferably the lines of cut
ting are parallel and arcuate in formation; and
in a modi?ed form of my invention the handle
portions and the area of the sheet immediately
adjacent the line of fold‘ are reinforced to pro
vide extra strength when the sheet is adapted to
transverse folds I2.
act as a book carrier as well as a book cover.
The medial ?aps It extending as shown may
simple and e?icient device which is madeof
be employed to retain the marking of one or two
one piece of material folded and cut in a novel
places in the book.
manner to act as a book cover and carrier.
This device is simple and inexpensive, since it
Briefly and generally speaking the invention,
can be made from one piece of material which
in its preferred form, includes a single sheet of
may be paper, leather, cloth or other similar
material of paper, cloth, or leather. This sheet
material. If it is desired to reinforce the device,
is folded along its top and bottom edge in the ll I cover the handle portions l3 and the area of
usual manner to provide means to enclose the
the sheet just inside the transverse folds l2 with
top and bottom portions of covers of a book.
an extra reinforcing layer I5 so that these por
The end portions of the sheet are folded over to
tions, which are subjected to most of the wear
ward each other in the usual manner to enclose
and tear and strain will be strengthened’
the front portions of covers of a book.
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Although the lines 1 and 8 along which the
Outwardly beyond the line of fold the end por
handle and ?aps are out are illustrated as being
tions are cut in two spaced lines, each line be
parallel and semicircular, they may be made non
ginning and ending at the line of fold, and this
parallel and of other shapes than circular or
cutting forms a handle portion and, in the pre
arcuate. However the cutting lines 1 and 8 pref
ferred form, a flap portion which is adapted to 20 erably, although not necessarily, intersect the
act as a book carrier.
The present preferred forms which the inven
tion may assume is illustrated in the drawing,
in which,
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of the device of my
invention partially folded into position.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the device folded
ready to receive a book cover;
' Fig. 3 shows a perspective view of the device 35
with a book enclosed therein and adapted to be
supported thereby; and
Fig. 4 shows a fragmentary perspective view
.
While the invention has been described in de
tail and with respect to a present preferred form
thereof, it is not to be limited to such details
and form since many changes and modi?cations
may be made in the invention without departing
from the spirit and scope of the invention in
its broadest aspects. Hence it is desired to cover
any and all forms and modifications of the in
vention which may come within the language
or scope Of any one or more of the appended
claims.
I claim:
1. A book cover and carrier comprising a sheet
of material folded inwardly adjacent its ends
along transverse lines to form cover ?aps, and a
handle cut from at least one of said flaps and
integral with the sheet, said handle extending
outwardly in the direction opposite the inward
As shown in the drawing, the present preferred 4.0 folding of the cut flap.
of a modi?cation of my invention.
form of the device includes a sheet of material
10 which along its top and bottom edges 9 is
folded inwardly to form lateral ?aps H. The
sheet at its ends is then folded transversely along
the lines 12 to form front ?aps l6, and these
portions in the usual manner are adapted to re
ceive and partly envelop the covers of a book.
Outwardly beyond each transverse fold I2 the
sheet is out along spaced lines 1 and 8 to form
an aperture 6, a handle portion l3 and a medial 50
?ap M which is preferably employed as a book
mark. As shown in Fig. 3 the flaps l6 are bent
to envelop the covers of a book which is placed
in the usual manner on the sheet. The handle
portions l3 are then extended upwardly as shown 5.5
2. A book cover and carrier comprising a sheet
of material folded inwardly adjacent its ends
along transverse lines to form cover flaps, a sub
stantially arcuate apertured portion in at least
one of said flaps, and a handle formed from said
apertured portion and integral with the sheet,
said handle extending outwardly in the direc
tion opposite the inward folding of the apertured
flap.
3. A book cover and carrier comprising a sheet
of material folded inwardly adjacent its ends
along transverse lines to form cover ?aps, a sub
stantially arcuate apertured portion in at least
one of said flaps, and a handle and a medial ?ap
_ formed from said apertured portion and integral
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with the sheet, said handle extending outwardly
in the direction opposite the inward folding of
the apertured ?ap and said medial ?ap being
foldable inwardly to serve as a book mark.
4. A book cover and carrier which comprises
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transverse lines of fold to enclose the covers of
a book, and cut outwardly beyond the lines of
fold along two spaced arcuate lines to form a
handle portion, said spaced lines intersecting the
line of fold.
6. A book cover and carrier which comprises a
a sheet of material folded inwardly adjacent its
sheet of material folded adjacent its ends along
ends along transverse lines of fold, and out out
transverse lines of fold to enclose the covers of
wardly beyond the lines of fold along two spaced
a book, and cut outwardly beyond the lines of
lines to form a handle portion, said handle por
tion extending outwardly in the direction oppo 10 fold along two spaced parallel arcuate lines to
form an arcuate handle portion and a medially
site the said inward folding of the sheet, and a
disposed ?ap portion adapted to act as a book
?ap portion adapted to be folded inwardly to act
mark.
as a book mark.
I. LAWRENCE LESAVOY.
5. A book cover and carrier which comprises
a sheet of material folded adjacent its ends along 15
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