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Dec. 24, 1946. s. R. EDINS 2,413,039 GLASS RACK CONSTRUCTION Filed Nov. 14, 1944 ' ATI'D RN EYS ?atentecl Wee. 24, 1946 2,413,039 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,413,039 GLASS RACK CONSTRUCTION Sam R. Edins, Abilene, Tex. Application November 14, 1944, Serial No. 563,374 4 Claims. (01. 211-90) My present invention, in its broad aspect, has to do with improvements in display and storage racks and bins wherein transparent means are provided for viewing the contents, and wherein partitioning devices are employed to form com 2 A strap '6 having a horizontal part ‘I and an upstanding attaching ?ange 8 and an inwardly and downwardly bent clamping ?nger 9 is pro vided. A strap may be used at the ends and at - partments of various sizes, and improved and 5 various intermediate points as desired and they are attached by screws ill or the like. unique means are provided for retaining the An elongated bottom clamping molding and transparent portion or wall of the device in po sition, and to hold the various parts in assembly. ?oor I l is provided which comprises a horizontal web or floor 12, a downwardly extending right My device may be employed as an easel or as a angular attaching ?ange I3, attached by screws vertical panel and the glass front wall is mount l4, and an upwardly and outwardly angled clamp ed without danger of breaking or chipping. In ing ?ange l5. The glass panel seats and is use, my device may be employed to hold and clamped between ?ngers 9 and ?ange l5. separately store and display nails, screws, nuts It will be seen that in assembling my device a and other kindred items, or in schools and stores partitioning member is placed between a strap 15 for holding pencils, paper clips, pens and the and the molding and the glass panel placed there like, or in hospitals, drugstores, kitchens or the against and the screws [0 and I4 screwed up to like for holding and displaying various items. hold the device in assembly and properly posi For display purposes in a store it may be set up tioned. Any number of straps 6 may be used as an easel and may be constructed in various between ends that may appear desirable. sizes and of a variety of materials. Emphasis It is believed that the operation and advantages throughout is laid upon simplicity, sturdiness of my invention will be apparent from the fore and adjustability and the ease with which it may going, but it is again emphasized that interpre be set up and kept in proper condition. tation should only be voiced in the light of the Other and equally important objects and ad claims: vantages of my invention will be apparent from 25 I claim: the following description and drawing, particular 1. A display and storage rack and bin con attention being called to the glass panel support struction’ comprising a transparent front wall, a ing straps and molding, but changes may be panel, adjustable partitions between the front made in form, size, shape, materials, construc tion and arrangement of parts without departing 30 wall and panel, upper clamping straps secured to the panel and including depending ?ngers en from my broad inventive concept or the scope of gaging the front wall and a base molding secured the appended claims. ‘ to the panel and having a ?oor part, and a clamp In the drawing wherein I have illustrated a ing ?ange engaging the lower edge of the front preferred form of my invention: Figure Figure Figure Figure l is a front elevation; 2 is a side view; 3 is a detached perspective view, and 4 is a perspective View of a compart ment dis-assembled to show the various parts. In the drawing wherein like characters of ref erence are used to designate like or similar-parts: The numeral l designates a supporting board or panel which may be of wood or other suitable materials, and which is designed to be attached to a wall or other suitable base. My invention comprises a series of horizontal 35 Wall. 2. A display and storage rack and bin con struction comprising a downwardly and inwardly inclined elongated front Wall, a panel, adjustable 40 partitions between the front wall and panel, upper clamping straps, each having a horizontal part, an upstanding attaching foot secured to the panel, and an inwardly and downwardly extend ing clamping ?nger engaging the upper edge of the front wall, and a bottom supporting molding 45 and ?oor comprising a horizontal ?oor part, a depending attaching ?ange secured to the panel, rows of bins one above the other on the base, and each row is formed with an inwardly and and an upwardly and outwardly angled clamping ?ange for the bottom edge ofthe front wall. downwardly inclined transparent front wall 2 of 3. The invention as de?ned in claim 2 in which 50 the adjustable partitioning members have hori glass or other suitable material formed as a sin zontal upper edges, squared bottom edges, and gle panel for each row and through which the contents of the bins may be viewed. The parti tioning members 3 may be of wood or any suitable inwardly and downwardly inclined front edges. 5. The partitions are adjustable to form various sizes of bins. SAM R. EDINS. 4. The invention as de?ned in claim 2 wherein there are plural attaching straps and a single material and have inwardly and downwardly sloping front edges 4 against which the glass 55 attaching molding, each strap having its hori zontal portion lying against the upper edge of front wall is placed and squared off bottom edges a partition. '