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Dec. 3, 1946.
A. A. PIN-ro
MULTIPLE PURPOSE WINDOW: FIXTURE MEANS
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Patented Dec. 3, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT oFFics
MULTIPLE PURPoetsliZiÍ/ÍIÍNDOW FIXTURE
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Armìe A. Pinto, Highland Park, Mich.
Application September 2.0, 1945*,> Serial-No. 617,458
6 Claims. (Cl. 2'48-2Íi2)
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2.
The present invention relates to combination
accessories, brackets and fixtures, such as: are
used inv conjunction with Window frames as ways
and means of accommodating and supporting
window accessories such as Venetian blinds, roller
blinds vor shades, curtains and over-drapes for v
such curtains„the purpose of the invention being
to structurally, functionally and otherwise im~
prove upon known fixtures in the same general
category.
In carryingv out the principles ofthe instant
invention, I have evolved and produced 'a mul
tiple-ñxture assemblage, that is, a structuralar
rangement which is combinedly made up ofV prop
erly coordinated and mutually cooperatingV parts
,
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employed toI designate like parts throughout the?
views:
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Figure 1 is a View> showing thefwindow’frame»
in section and showing the combinedñxture andl
bracket assembly in elevation..
FigureZ is a fragmentary elevationalgview, with»v
portions broken away, this showingV the completev
assemblage but bringing' out to advantage the
construction and arrangement >of the curtain and
draperïy fixtures.
Figure 3 is' a horizontal" sectional7K view- taken.
approximately on` thej plane of the line,3-3- of
.Figure 1, this showing how' the parts’are' con“
structedl and combined intoV operative relation
to accommodate Venetian and roller blinds, asso
ciated curtains, and further, associated draperies
for use in conjunction with the curtains.
One phase of the invention considered to be
of outstanding importance is the special main or
foundation fixture, this being adapted to serve as
hanger means for Venetian and roller blinds„the
same being provided with grips or jaws, these
being adapted for frictional binding and clamping
association with standardy parts of the regular
guide ways or channels in a stock window frame,
ship.
Figures 4 and 5v are sections onr the planes of,l
thel lines 4~»-4 and 5.-'-5 of- Figure 1, lookin-gin
the directionv of- the arrows, thesebein'g vertical
sections.
Figures v6 and '7 are horizontal or longitudinalV
sections taken onY the planes of the lines 6*-)5
and 1_1 of Figure 1‘, also looking in the direction
of the arrows.
,
Figure 8y is a fragmentary perspective view
showing‘portions" of the L-rod, the curtain-fixture,
andthe associated and companionI draperyI fix-
ture.
the idea here being to> dispense with screws and
Figure 9 is a view somewhat similar toFigure l.
other driven fasteners and to thus simplify win
but showing the bracket secured to a metal frame
dow dressing problems in the home.
More particularly, one phase of the invention 30 window structure.
Referring now tothe drawings by distinguishing
has to do with the aforementioned blin'd hanging
reference
characters, I will first mention broadly
fixture, the same characterized by the afore
the main components of- the overall assemblage.
mentionedY screw-less grips, and further char
That -is- to say, the principal foundation bracket
acterized by horizontal receiver channels, these to
from
which the other parts are supported, and
accommodate end portions of the head-board on
which may 'be broadly referred to as the blind.
the conventional Venetian blind structure, said
bracket, is denoted by the vreference character
fixture being further provided with a socket to
A. Supported from-this and detachable there
accommodate an adapter L, the latter to accom
from is the aforementioned adapter, this being
modate complemental'brackets and fixtures, such,
for example, as those adapted for suspending 40 the L-rod and generallyA denoted by the reference
character B. Part B serves to accommodate and
curtains and draperies.
Visualized along other lines, the invention relies y
for novelty on the aforementioned L-rod, this
to support the curtain bracket and the curtain
bracket to support the drapery bracket, one end 45'
of the L being detaohably connected with the
main foundation bracket, that is, the part which
fastens by clamping on the window frame which
serves to accommodate both Venetian and roller
blinds.
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l Other Objects, features and advantages will
become more readily apparent from the following
description and the accompanying illustrative
drawings.
support another complemental part which may
well be referred to as the curtain fixture C‘.
In
turn, the curtain fixture C Vserves to support the
drapery fixture D. The parts A', B, C, and'D will `
be described more or> less independently andthen
described in their relative companion and coin
plemental relationships.
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The blind bracketv A Vcomprises a substantially
rectangular plate (see Figures 1` to '7, inclusive),
said plate being denoted by the numeral l‘fU and
having marginal flanges H and I2, the latter
with-screw holes I`3 such as are used (see Figure'
9)' in a manner to be -hereinafter described. This
In the drawings, wherein like numerals are 55 plate. is'- provided onl onei side "with 'a Irigid »out
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standing grip I4, opposed to which is a similar
to accommodate the usual ornamental drapery
but relatively shiftable or movable grip I5.
These grips are adapted to bind against the parts
I6 and I1 of the window frame I8. The window
frame is the conventional wooden structure and
is made up to include the usual parting strip Il,
associated part I6 deñning the customary chan
nel or guideway for window sashes (not shown).
I take advantage of this arrangement and pro
vide the bracket A with the grips I4 and I5 to
frictionally bind against the parts I6 and Il to
avoid the necessity of using screws and other
driven fasteners for attaching said bracket. It
arm 49.
will be noted in Figure 1 that there is a fixed lug
I9 which accommodates an adjusting screw 29,
the latter threaded through a screw-threaded lug
2I on the shiftable grip I5. The plate is aper
tured as at 22 to accommodate the adjustable lug
or ear 2|. Hence, this screw and lug arrange
(See dotted lines in Figure 2.)
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Novelty is predicated upon the entire or overall
assemblage characterized by the companion and
complemental parts A, B, C and D. Novelty is
also predicated upon the construction of the in
dividual parts A, B, C, and D. The claims are
drawn accordingly.
Attention is directed to Figure 9 at this stage,
which shows a metal Window frame construction
V50 having a fiange 5I. In this connection, the
apertured flange, that is, the flange I 2 with aper
ture I3 (see Figure 4) is utilized for securing the
bracket A in place, as indicated.
It is thought that persons skilled in the art to
which the invention relates will be able to obtain
a clear understanding of the invention after con
sidering the description in connection with the
drawings. Therefore, a more lengthy description
ment makes it possible to adjust the grips I4 and 20 is regarded as unnecessary.
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I5 to meet the Width of the guideway shown in
Minor changes in the shape, size and arrange
Figures l and 3.V The plate I0 adjacent the up
ment of details coming Within the field of inven
per end is Vprovided with an insert which is bent
to form a ledge 23 and an intermediate portion
tion claimed may be resorted to in actual prac
tice, if desired.
24, the portion 24 coacting and providing a
I claim:
socket, and the ledge 23 coacting with the other l»
l. A multiple purpose assemblage for dressing
.
parts in forming a channel-like receiver 25, this
windows comprising a bracket adapted to be
for accommodation of the head-board 26 on the
mounted on a window frame, said bracket being
Venetian blind structure 2l (shown in dotted
constructed to accommodate roller and Venetian
lines in Figure 2). There is a stop 28 in the 30 blinds, said bracket being provided with a hori
head-board receiver channel and also a pivoted
zontal socket, an L-rod, one end of said rod being
latch 29. Thus after the head-board is slipped
removably fitted in said socket, the opposite end> «
into place, the latch is held against displacement,
of said rod being disposed to the exterior of the
as shown to 'better advantage in Figure 9 of the
adjacent part of the window frame, and a curtain
drawings. A suitably flanged closing cap 30 is
rod fixture having a sleeve, said sleeve being slid
provided for the bracket A and this is held in
ably mounted on the last-named end of said L
place by inclined slots or notches 3| removably
rod.
engaging headed keeper pins 32 mounted on said
2. A multiple purpose assemblage for dress
plate I0. When the cap is put in position on the
ing windows comprising a bracket adapted to be
plate, the parts coact in forming a sort of “box 40 mounted on a window frame, said bracket being
like” bracket. It might be mentioned that this
constructed to accommodate roller and Venetian
bracket, as before indicated, is provided with
blinds, said bracket being provided with a hori
means at 33 to accommodate journal pins on the
zontal socket, an ‘L-rod, one end of said rod being
ends of ‘ a regular roller rblind (not shown).
removably ñtted in said socket, the opposite end
Thus, and as before stated, the bracket A serves
of said rod being disposed to the exterior of the
adjacent part of the window frame, a curtain
rod 4fixture having a sleeve, said sleeve being
slidably mounted on the last-named end of said
L-rod, and the second fixture made up of hinged
leaves, one leaf` being adjustably mounted on
said curtain rod fixture, the remaining leaf being
provided with an eye, and said eye being adapted
primarily as a mount or support for both Vene
tian blinds or roller blinds or shades as they are
sometimes called in the trade.
It also has the
additional function of accommodating the adapt
er rod B.
As before stated, the adapter B is nothing more
than an L-rod, one limb 34 fitting slidably and
removably in the aforementioned socket 24 of the
bracket A. The remaining limb 35 serves to
removably and adjustably accommodate the cur
tain bracket C. The curtain bracket C is char
acterized primarily by a suitably shaped and pro
portioned plate 36 provided with hooks 3l to ac
to accommodate a shank on a standard drapery
arm.
3. In a structure of the class described, a com
bination hanger bracket for Venetian blinds and
roller blinds comprising a plate having a fixed
grip and a relatively shiftable grip, said grips
being arranged in parallelism and being adapted
commodate the regulation curtain suspending
rod 38, as shown in dotted lines in Figure 8. This (il) to bind and clamp against edge portions of a
regular channelvvay in a standard window frame
plate 36 is also provided with bent ears 39 having
construction.
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adjusting screws 4D to engage associated tilting
4.
In
a
structure
of
the
class
described,
a
com
ears 4I on the attaching loop 42. The loop Slips
bination hanger bracket for Venetian blinds and
over the limb 35 and is frictionally held in place.
roller blinds comprising a plate having a fixed
Adjustment as to the rod B is made by way of the
grip and a relatively shiftable grip, said grips
coacting elements 39, 40 and 4 I.
being arranged in parallelism and being adapted
The remaining drapery fixture D is a double
to
bind and clamp against edge portions of a
leaf unit. The plate 36 (see Figs. 2 and 8) has
regular channelway in a standard window frame
an arcuate slot 44 to accommodate a similar screw
45, thus providing an arrangement whereby Íthe
fixture D may be adjusted in relation to the yfix
ture C. The hinge is denoted at 46 and provides
a connection between the leaf 43 and the remain
inglleaf 41, the'latter terminating in an eye 48
construction, one grip being provided with a `
screw-threaded ear, said plate having a fixed ear,
and a screw-threaded bolt threaded through and
co-acting with said ears for moving the shiftable
grip toward and from the fixed grip.
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5. In a structural assemblage of the class de
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scribed, an L-rod adapted to be removably mount~
ed on a relatively fixed hanger bracket, a cur
tain rod fixture, said fixture comprising a plate
having outstanding hooks to accommodate cur
tain rods of a conventional type, said plate being
provided with a sleeve and said sleeve being slid
ably mounted on one end portion of said rod.
6. In a structural assemblage of the class de
scribed, an L-rod adapted to be removably mount
ed .on a relatively fixed hanger bracket, a cur 10
tain rod ñxture, said fixture comprising a plate
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having outstanding hooks to accommodate cur
tain rods of a conventional type, said plate being
provided with a sleeve and said sleeve being slid
ably mounted on one end portion of said rod,
and a drapery arm fixture made up of hingedly
connected leaves, one leaf being adjustably con
nected to said plate and the other leaf terminat
ing in a vertical eye, said eye to accommodate a
shank on the drapery hanger arm.
ARMIE A. PINTO.
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