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May 1, 1962
3,032,256
B. OVERFORS
COIN AND BILL MAILING CARD
Filed Dec. 18, 1959
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ly formed to receive a ?ve cent piece. Slots 34, 36, 38
and 40 are similarly formed in the Wing 14 whereby ten
Bertel Overfors, 2801 W. Superior St, Duluth, Minn.
Filed Dec. 18, 1959, Ser. No. 868,472
1 Claim. (Cl. 229--92.9)
The width of the wing portions 14 and 28 is slightly
greater than the diameter of the coins mounted thereon.
With the wing portion 20, for example, folded upon the
COIN AND BELL MAILING €ARD
My invention relates to an improvement in a coin and
bill mailing card.
An object of my invention is to provide a coin and bill
mailing card having slots for the coins and retaining means
which prevent the coins from disengaging from the slots
particularly when the card is held ?at in an envelope.
It is also an object to provide a card of the type de
scribed in which the retaining means may be instantly
brought into coin-retaining position, or instantly removed
from such position.
It is a further object to provide a coin and bill mailer
in which the coin retaining position means forms part of
the card itself and is brought into coin retaining by a
simple folding action.
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3,832,258
Patented May 1, 1962
cent pieces, or the like, may be mounted thereon.
base portion 10 and the flap portion 24 folded upon the
wing portion 26 it will be seen that a stop shoulder is
formed at the fold line 22 and at the fold line 26 which
prohibit lateral displacement of the coin 42, for exam
ple, from the wing 20. The upper and lower edges of
the slot 28 prohibit movement longitudinally of the wing,
and as a result the coin is held in position on the wing
portion 20. The wing portion 20 and the ?ap 24 are
15 maintained in folded position upon the base 10 by the _
restraining effect of the walls 44 and 46 of the envelope
48, FIGURE 3, in which the mailer A is positioned for
mailing.
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I further provide the strap portion 50 which is formed
from the base portion 10 by making two parallel spaced
cuts which stop just short of the fold lines 12 and 22. A
I shall not here attempt to set forth and indicate all
folded bill, such as 52, is slipped under the strap portion
of the various objects and advantages incident to my in
50 and maintained in such position particularly when the
vention, but other objects and advantages will be referred
wing and ?ap portions overlie the base portion. The bill
to in or else will become apparent from that which fol
25 may be easily inserted under or withdrawn from under
lows:
the strap 56 with the wing portions 14 and 20 and the
The invention will appear more clearly from the follow
?aps 16 and 24 placed in opened condition somewhat as
ing detailed description when taken in connection with the
shown in FIGURE 2.
accompanying drawings, showing by way of example a
This invention is not to be understood as restricted to
preferred embodiment of the inventive idea wherein like
30 the details set forth since these may be modi?ed within
numerals refer to like parts throughout.
the scope of the appended claim without departing from
In the drawings forming part of this application:
the spirit and scope of the invention.
FIGURE 1 is a top plan view of a coin and bill mailer in
Having thus described the invention, what I claim as
folded coin-retaining position according to my invention.
new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is:
FIGURE 2 is a top plan view of my mailer in opened
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In a coin and bill mailing card, a base portion, a wing
extended position.
portion having a foldable connection with said base por
FIGURE 3 is a top edge view thereof, an enclosing
tion on each side thereof and overlying said base portion
envelope shown in broken lines.
when folded, said wing portions having at least one coin
FIGURE 4 is a sectional View on the line 4--4 of FIG
receiving slot formed therein, a ?ap member connected
URE 1.
Referring to the drawings in detail, my coin and bill 40 to each of said wing portions by means of a foldable
connection and overlying said folded wing portions and
mailing card A includes the ?at base portion 18 and
said base portion when folded, said foldable connections
hingedly connected to one edge of the base portion 10
forming coin retaining shoulder means when said card
by means of the fold line 12 is the wing portion 14. The
is in a retracted folded position, the slot of said wing
reference numeral 16 designates a ?ap member hingedly
connected to the edge of the wing portion 14 by means
of the fold line 18. I further provide the further wing
portion 20 which is hingedly connected to the edge of the
base portion opposite that to which the wing 14 is con
nected. The wing portion 20 is hingedly connected by 50
the fold line 22, and a further ?ap member 24 is pro
vided which is hingedly connected to the outer edge of
the wing portion 20 by means of the fold line 26.
The reference numeral 28 designates a slot formed in
the wing portion 20 of a length to tightly receive a twenty 55
?ve cent piece. The slot 28 is formed centrally of the
wing 20 and parallel to the fold lines 22 and 26. The
slot 30 is similarly formed, and the slot 32 is also similar
portions being formed parallel to the foldable connections
of said wing members with said base portion, said base
portion being formed with a strap member under which
a folded bill may be positioned and held in position by
said wing members folded upon said central base portion.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
1,587,987
2,107,450
2,459,292
Phelps _______________ __ June 8, 1926
Miller _______________ __ Feb. 8, 1938
Sherbondy ____________ __ Jan. 18, 1949
2,589,632
Scott ________________ __ Mar. 18, 1952
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