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Jan. 14, 1947-
R. DE VIRGILIS
2,414,223
ILLUMINATED MIRROR
Filed April 13, 1945
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Patented Jan. 14, 1947
2,414,223
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,414,223
ILLUMINATED MIRROR
Richard De Virgilis, Detroit, Mich.
Application April 13, 1945, Serial No. 588,138
2 Claims.
(Cl. 240—4.2)
2
such a ring being a common method used for such
purposes. At what is the front part of the rim,
it holds a ?at plate 2|, silvered at the back at 22
to form a re?ecting surface, said plate being held
in place by means of another resilient ring 23,
similar to ring 20.
Another species of my illuminated mirror is
shown in Fig. 2. Here, the mirror plate 24 and
light placed back thereof.
Another purpose of my invention is to provide
speci?ed purpose of my
a mirror having a lumi~
10
the rim 25 are made of one piece of transparent
material,
nous rim, in which the area of the mirror and
the area of the rim are integral parts of the
Whol e.
15
I shall now describe my invention with refer
ence to the accompanying drawing, in which:
Fig. i is a sectional view of my improved mir~
A rectangular mirror shown in Fig. 4, includes
ror in a plane of its axis, with a sectional view
a ?at mirror surface 28 and a luminous ring 29,
20 analogous to that shown in Figs. 1 and 2. In
each case, irrespective to the form of the com
that, being made luminous by a light back of the
Fig. 4 is a plan view of a rectangular type of 25 re?ecting surface, is visible both from the front
my mirror.
of the automobile, the rear and the side on which
Similar numerals refer to similar parts
the mirror is mounted, this serving as a warning
throughout the several views.
light for motorists and pedestrians.
As shown in Fig. 1, the mirror includes a re 30
?ector I0 provided at the back, at the central
part thereof, with a bushing l'l threaded inter
nally for reception of an electric bulb, generally
indicated by numeral l1. The bushing extends
It is obvious that some changes may be made
What I, therefore, wish to claim is as follows:
1. An article of the kind described including
35 a ?at mirror, a re?ector back of the mirror, a
source of light within the re?ector, and a trans
lucent rim between the mirror and the re?ector,
angular position with
respect to its supporting member I5. A cord l4,
conveying current to lamp I 1, passes through an
axial aperture in the supporting member l5 and 40 the mirror and the re?ector,
base l6, which is adapted for mounting on the
'
by said source of light from
body of the automobile.
within, to be visible from the front, back and
the side of said article.
Proceeding to describe the mirror and the rim
2. An article of the class described including a
assembly, I shall start with the rim Ila, made
of transparent or translucent material such as 45 flat mirror having an integral translucent rim
glass or plastic. It is substantially semicircular
that is semi-circular in cross section, a re?ector
back of the mirror, a source of light within the
in cross-section and includes marginal portions
made in the form of troughs I8 and I9 respec
re?ector, said semi-circular translucent rim form
ing an outside frame fOr both the
tively. The re?ector I0 is of such a diameter
that it ?ts exactly into one of said troughs I8 50
and is retained therein by means of a split ring
and side of said article.
20 made of resilient material, the application of
RICHARD DE VIRGILIS.
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