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Патент USA US3036710

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May 29, 1962
Filed Jan. 15, 1961
Uited States atet
Patented May 29, 1962
Murray Strongwater, 822 Moore St., Woodmere, N.Y.
all points along the length thereof are only slightly greater
than the transverse external dimensions of the tray at cor~
Filed Jan. 13, 1961, Ser. No. 82,519
1 Claim. ((31. 206-46)
the tray is fully inserted into the sleeve to constitute the
This invention concerns an improved container and dis
play box for ladies gloves.
responding points on the tray, as shown in FIG. 2, when
assembled box, the sleeve acts as a stop to prevent further
entry of the sleeve beyond the point where the narrow
end of the tray corresponds in position to the narrow end
of the sleeve. Stated in other words, any attempt to
slide or push the tray further into the sleeve than the po
An object of the invention is to provide a highly attrac
tive glove container and display box which is simple to 10 sition shown in FIG. 1, would merely wedge the tray
manufacture, easy to assemble (open and close) so that
against the sleeve. Hence, the sleeve serves three pur
gloves may be readily inserted therein and withdrawn
poses: (1) a cover for the tray to protect the merchan
therefrom, streamlined in appearance, and constructed to
dise from dust and dirt, (2) a display device because of its
receive and display in an ornamental manner any style
transparency, and (3) a stop or wedge to permit entry of
of glove, particularly the relative long tapered ladies 15 the tray for a predetermined distance only.
Another object is to provide a two-piece container and
display box composed of a tapered tray and a similarly
‘In the assembled position of the box, as shown in FIG.
1, pressure of a ?nger on the small side wall 4 of the tray
through the corresponding open small end of the sleeve
will push the tray out of the box from the large end of
to be inserted, and wherein the sleeve serves the dual 20 the sleeve, thereby permitting the hand to fully remove the
function of a protective cover permitting inspection of the
tray to assume the position shown in FIG. 3.
merchandise in the tray and by virtue of its tapering con
If desired, the small end of the sleeve 12 can be closed
struction and dimensions as a stop to prevent the tapered
except for a small hole to permit a ?nger to be inserted
tray from advancing beyond a ‘desired location in the
therein so as to push the tray out of the large end of the
25 sleeve.
Other objects will appear from a reading of the de
A modi?cation of the open-ended sleeve is shown in
tailed description which follows, in conjunction with a
FIG. 4 as comprising a cardboard bottom 11 and a trans
drawing, wherein:
parent top 12’ through which the merchandise can be
FIG. 1 is an elevation or plan view of the box of the
viewed when the tray is fully inserted into the sleeve.
invention. A pair of ladies gloves is shown in the box 30 The transparent top 12' can be a sheet of any suitable
as viewed through the completely transparent sleeve and
plastic material, such as acetate or cellophane ?rmly se
protective cover;
cured, as by cementing, to the two narrow tapering side
FIG. 2 is a section of the box of ‘FIG. 1 along the line
walls of the sleeve.
tapered transparent sleeve into which the tray is adapted
The box of FIG. 5 differs from that of FIGS. 1 and 3
FIG. 3 is an exploded view of the box of the invention 35 only in the length of the sleeve. The sleeve 12" of FIG.
and shows the tapered tray and the tapered sleeve into
5 is longer than the tray 10 and has an extension 13 at the
the large open end of which the tray enters:
large open end of the sleeve which is provided with a hole
‘FIG. 4 shows a modi?ed form of the sleeve, compris
14 for enabling support of the box, either for carrying
ing a cardboard bottom wall and a transparent top wall;
purposes or for mounting on a wall.
The tray is made of stiff carboard Kand covered by a
FIG. 5 shows another modi?cation of the sleeve in
thin paper sheet of an attractive color to provide a highly
which the longitudinal dimension of the latter is larger
ornamental ‘appearance. By way of example only, the
than that of the tray and the extended portion of the
box may be about 14% inches long, 4% inches at the
sleeve is provided with means, such as a hole, for sup
wide end and 3% inches at the small end. The side walls
porting or mounting the box in an upright position.
45 of the tray may be 1/2 inch deep in the interior thereof.
Throughout the ?gures of the drawing the same parts
This size box will accommodate a long glove. The thick
are designated with the same reference numerals, while
ness of the acetate sleeve may be about 1/100 inch, and
equivalent parts have the same reference numerals but
the thin paper sheet glued to and covering the tray may
with prime designations.
be gold in color. To accommodate a short ladies glove,
The box of the invention shown in FIGURES 1, 2 and 50 the overall length of the box may be about 8% inches,
3 is made in two pieces. One piece is a tapered card
the Wide end 31/2 inches, and the small end about 3 inches.
board shallow tray 10 having an open top, four closed
The foregoing dimensions are merely illustrative.
?at side walls 1, 2, 3 and 4, and a ?at bottom wall 5.
I claim:
The other piece of the box is a tapered open-ended sleeve
A lady’s glove package comprising a tray and a glove
12 for telescopically receiving the tray and which 55 therein, said glove presenting in its ?at condition through
is made from any suitable transparent plastic material
out its length tapering sides which diverge toward its open
such as acetate, cellophane, celluloid or the like _,folded
end, said tray having sides which taper in conformity
to provide ?at narrow side and top and bottom walls and
substantially to the sides of said ?at glove, an open-ended
assume the appearance shown. The edges of the trans
sleeve telescopically receiving said tray and conforming to
parent plastic material forming the sleeve 12 are ?rmly 60 the outline of said tray, said sleeve having top, bottom and
cemented together on ?at narrow side wall 15.
side ?at walls, at least said top wall being transparent.
vFor purposes of illustration only, the box of FIG. 1
shows through the transparent sleeve 12 a pair of tapered
ladies gloves contained in the tray 10.
The longitudinal dimensions of the tapered tray and 65
tapered sleeve of FIGS. 1 and 3 are the same, as well as
the angle of the taper of both pieces, the flat walls of the
sleeve are very slightly larger than the tray to permit the
tray to enter into the large open end of the sleeve and
rest snugly therein for the entire length of the tray. 70
Because the transverse internal dimensions of the sleeve at
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
Binder ______________ __ Apr. 13, 1926
Gilliland _____________ __ Aug. 6, 1946
Kendrick _____________ __ Mar. 2, 1954
Great Britain _________ .._ Feb. 27, 1957
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