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ä’ E946' ` R. E. FlNK ^ A` ` I 2,412,450 DISPLAY BOX Filed Reb. 25. 1944 1g /15 , `\\\\ i115; HHHWWWIHIlllrlllllllllmmugè 'L 11a 'L9 ~ INVENTOR @A VMONDE F//VK < ÍTTORN Ev * , Patented 10, ' 2,412,45ò - IUNITED STATES PATENT or-‘FlcE >2,412,450’ DISPLAY Box Raymond‘ E. Fink, East Haven, Conn., assigner to NationalFolding Box Company, New Haven, Conn., a corporation of New Jersey Application February 25, 1944, Serial No. 523,922 2 Claims. (Cl. 20G-44) wrist bands, bracelets, necklaces and like arti cles characterized generally as of loop formation, also for jewelry and like articles, etc. drawing, in which Fig. l is a perspective view of a preferred form of the invention, illustrating the container in display position.` In thisinstance a wrist watch _ and its wrist band are shown on display thereon. A feature of the invention resides in the pro vision of a panel or extension connected to, and 10 preferably integral with, a suitable closure panel of the container proper. Desirably, a container embodying the instant _ invention is designed to be positioned to rest upon its normal open- side, the closure panel in this instance sewing as the base of the display assembly, the display panel extending from the outer edge of the closure panel. To eñ'ect dis ’ play of the contained crude, the body of the . ing detailed description and the accompanying ’ This invention relates to display containers. More particularly, the invention relates to col-lapsible containers of_ paperboard or like yield able sheet material for housing articles of mer chandlse of the nature of wrist watches and/or , 2 1 Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the embodiment sihown in Fig. 1, illustrated in its closed posi t on. / Fig. 3 is a plan of a preferred form of blank, showing one manner of constructing fthe container of integral material such as Apaperboard or like yieldable sheet material. - . Fig. 4 is a detail transverse -sectional view on line 4-4 of Fig. 2. v . Fig. 5 is a detail longitudinal sectional view on - line 5_-5 of Fig. 2. Referring to the drawing: , The container proper indicated generally I0 be of any desired assembly of construction.> container is elevated by turning movement about 20 may Speciñcally as illustrated the container- I0 hasl its hinge with the closure panel, thevdispl‘ay panel ' being rotated outwardly to afford display of the article of merchandise, the body of the container being thus held in elevated position. To insure its end and front and rear panels and its remain- _ ing closed side formed of a single blank in whichl the concerned panels are hingedly related to one another and set-up into position by folding and ' V effectual retention of the body of the container 25 overlapping, Without requirement of gluing. If in suitable elevated position, it is desirable to di preferred the container may be secured in seteup mension the closure panel to extend laterally of status by gluing pursuant to any conventional the body of the container whereby the closure ’ panel is brought to rest when it is moved to its 30 procedure. As illustrated in the preferred embodmìent closing position relative to the body of the con shown in the drawings, the container i0 is pro tainer and to dimension the display panel at its vided with a closure panel il hingedly connected free edge but slightly less than the parallel di to the free edge of a side panel of the container mension of the interior of the container, where I0, proper, and preferably integral with the ma- ' by the display pmel makes a. friction ñt with ^ terial ofsuchpanel. the innerfaces of the end panels of the container Associated with such closure panel il and at the stages when the container is placed in dis f preferably integral with the material thereof, play posiiton, i. e. when resting upon its closure there is provided the display panel l2 serving to panel and when the container is in closed posi ' support, in suitable display position, an article tion, at which latter stage the friction between 40 ofmerchandise. the display panel and the inner faces of the end As specifically indicated in Vthe drawing, a panels of the container functions to suspend the watch I3 is attached to a wrist band I4 and held article of merchandise above the bottom panel of~ in display position by the provision of the oppo sitely disposed notches I5, I5 formed at the op the container. ' ` posite lateral edges of the display panel I2. For containers embodying the invention and< In lieu of such notches l5, I5, or equivalent. the designed for the display of looped articles, the material of the- display panel l2 may be blanked display panel may be provided at its lateral edges> to form one or more tongues i9, or other suit with notches to receive the loop material. For able means provided, for holding in display po containers for the display of jewelry, the dis- .F sition one or more articles of jewelry or the like. play panel may be provided with> a blanked-out The blank designated generally I6, shown in tongue or sets of tongues or the like, for receiv Fig. 3, illustrates one manner of manufacturing ~ ing thereon or therebetween the jewelry or like embodiments of the invention from a single sheet , Further features and objects of the invention ' of material, such as paper-board or like' yield will be more fully understood from- the follow 55: able sheet material. The blank includes the clo article to be displayed. ‘ ` _ ' 2,412,450' 4 said container being formed wholly of integral, sure‘panel .II hinged by the score line I7 to the side panel Illa of the container I0, also the dis play panel I2 hingedly connected with the closure panel II. The display panel I2 is illustrated as yieldable sheet material and comprising a con tainer proper having an open side; a closure panel provided with a set of tongues I9, say', blanked of a certain panel of the container proper, said from the material thereof, for positioning there between suitable articles of merchandise, such closure panel having a dimension parallel to the as jewelry. for _such open side hingedly connected to an edge direction of its stated hinge greater than the parallel dimension of the interior of the container proper whereby said closure panel extends later ally at its opposite lateral end portions beyond the end panels of the container; and a display panel hingedly connected to the outer edge of said closure panel parallel to the line of the stated . As above indicated, and as illustrated in the drawing, the display panel is dimensioned in the the direction parallel to its- line of hinge with the closure panel but slightly less than the par allel dimension of the interior of the container, whereby the display panel makes a friction ilt with the inner faces of the end panels of the container at the stages of display of the article of merchandise, as is illustrated in Fig, 1, and when the closure panel is moved to its closing position, as is illustrated in Figs. 4 and 5, at which hinge of said closure panel with the said certain panel of the container proper, said display panel being dimensioned in direction parallel to the di rection of its line of hinging with said closure panel slightly less than the parallel dimension of the interior of the container proper to eiîect fric latter stage the friction between the display panel 20 tional engagement with the inner_faces of the stated end panels of the container proper, where and the inner faces of the end panels of the con «by said display panel is frictionally held in dis play position at the stage when the container tainer tends to suspend the display panel and therewith the article of merchandise supported thereby out of contact with the bottom panel of the container, in protection of the article of mer chandise against possible shocks. as an entirety rests upon its said closure panel 25 and whereby said display panel is held in sus pended position interiorly of the container proper , when said closure panel is moved to its closed positioned in engagement with the free- edges of the panels of the container proper. nection with the display panel I2 exceeding the 2. A blank of integral yieldable sheet material parallel dimension of the interior of the con 30 Preferably, the closure panel II has a dimen sion in the direction parallel to its hinged ccn for forming a container for the display of an ar ticle of merchandise, comprising a central rectan tainer, thereby providing one or more extensions or flanges IIa, see Figs. 2_and 5 at one lateral edge or'both lateral edges of the closure panel, ' gular panel; four rectangular panels respectively hingedly connected at the margins of said cen whereby the free edges of the lateral sides of the container serve to limit the movement of the clo 35 tral rectangular panel, two of said four' rectan gular panels hinged laterally to said central rec sure panel thereat, thus precluding the entry of tangular panel, serving as end panels of the the closure panel within the interior of the con container when set up, the remaining two of said tainer proper. four rectangular panels serving as side panels of The remainder of the blank forms no essential ' part of the invention. in that the body of the 40 the container when set'l up; a panel hingedly connected to an edge of one of said side panels container proper may be constituted as preferred which edge is parallel to its line of hinging with pursuant to conventional procedure, including the glued types as well as frictìonally set-up types. n The container is closed by rotating the display panel I2, with its thereon positioned article of and a panel serving as a display panel hingedly connected to said closure panel at its margin par allel~ to its line of hinging with said side panel, said display panel being dimensioned in the di rection -parallel to its line of hinging with said Whereas I have described my invention Iby ref erence to speciñc forms thereof, it will be under stood that many changes and modiñcations may be made within the purview of the appended Y I claim: 1. A container for the display of merchandise, for the container when set up, said closure panel being dimensioned to extend at its opposite lat eral edges beyond the line of its said hinging; merchandise to pass the free edges of the con tainer, and assume a position, as desired, such as at an angle to the horizontal, as indicated in Fig. 4, or substantially horizontal. as indicated in Fig. 5. Ã~ claims. saidcentral panel and serving as a closure panel > Cn closure panel less than but within range of fric tional fit with the inner faces of said end panels of the container when the container is in display position and in closed position. RAYMOND E. FINK.