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Aug. 7, 1962
P. J. HOWARD
3,047,971
HANDLE AND CARD CARRIER
Filed Jan. 17, 1961
NAME OF
GREETING
DER
NAME ETC OF _S_EN
INVENTOR.
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BY
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ME
HANDLE
3,047,971
Patented Aug. 7, 1962
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and the rounded undersurface of the base 3 distributes
the load over the surfaces of the ?ngers.
CARD CAR
By reason of the triangular shape of the housing ll,
Paul J. Howard, 458 N. Barrington Ave,
Los Angeles 49, Calif.
Filed Jan. 17, 1961, Ser. No. 83,301
4 Claims. (Cl. 4-0-10)
the two cards 12 are tilted from the vertical so as to be
more readily read from an elevation above the handle.
While particular embodiments of this invention have
been shown and described, it is not intended to limit the
same to the exact details of the constructions set forth,
This invention relates to handle and card carriers and
included in the objects of this invention are:
First, to provide a handle and card carrier which al
though adapted for use with various containers or car
tons is particularly adapted for use in conjunction with
the Multiple Plant Container which is the subject matter
lents of the parts and their formation and arrangement
as come within the purview of the appended claims.
What is claimed is:
l. A handle and card carrier, comprising: a handle
of a co-pending patent application Serial No. 80,071,
structure including means for attachment to a container
and it embraces such changes, modi?cations, and equiva
January 3, 1961; issued April 10, 1962, Patent No. 15 and an open-ended tubular grip member of essentially
triangular cross section having upwardly converging sides
3,028,705.
and windows in said sides; and a card holder of essen
Second, to provide a handle and card carrier which in
tially triangular cross section including upwardly con
corporates in a handle structure means for receiving an
verging sides and means for mounting cards on said sides,
address and greeting ‘card as well as means for receiving
a card identifying or describing the contents of the con 20 said card holder dimensioned for insertion in said tubu
lar grip member.
tainer or carton; thus providing a means which is par
ticularly suited in conjunction with the gift packaging
2. A handle and card carrier, comprising: a handle
plants or ?owers.
‘With the above and other objects in view, reference is
structure including means for attachment to a container
directed to the accompanying drawings in which:
and an open-ended tubular grip member of essentially
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triangular cross section having upwardly converging sides
and windows in said sides; a tubular card holder of es- '
FIGURE 1 is a side view of the handle with the card
sentially triangular cross section including upwardly con
verging sides and dimensioned for insertion in said tubu
shown fragmentarily.
lar grip member; and triangular caps closing the ends of
FIGURE 2 is an end view thereof.
FIGURE 3 is a partial top view, partial sectional view 30 said card holder, said caps having ?anges ?tting over
and retaining the end margins of ‘cards overlying the up
thereof taken through 3—-3 of FIGURE 1.
wardly converging sides of said card holder.
FIGURE 4 is an enlarged fragmentary transverse sec
3. A handle and card carrier, comprising: a handle
tional view thereof taken through 4—4 of FIGURE 3.
structure including a web having a hand opening therein,
The handle and card carrier includes a housing or grip
carrier partially inserted and the handle mounting tab
member 1 in the form of an open end tube which is es
35 means for attaching said web to a container, and a tubu
sentially triangular in cross section with rounded corners.
The sides 2 have greater areas than the base 3 and are
provided with windows 4.
Extending downwardly from the midportion of the
lar grip member at the upper end of said web, said grip
member being essentially triangular in cross section and
having a base side forming the upper margin of said hand
opening and upwardly converging side walls, said side
base 3 is a web 5 which may have reinforcing ribs at its 40 walls having windows therein; and a card holder of es
lateral extremities. A hand slot 7 is provided in the
web 5 adjacent the base 3 of the housing. The lower
end of the web 5 is provided with an inverted channel
sentially triangular cross section including upwardly con
verging sides and means for mounting cards on said sides,
said card holder dimensioned for insertion in said tubular
8 which ?ts over the rim of a container.
grip member.
In the construction illustrated the web‘ is particularly
arranged for connection to the aforementioned multiple
plant container forming the subject of a co~pending patent
application. The web continues below one side of the
4. A handle and card carrier, comprising: a handle
structure including a web having a hand opening therein,
container or carton to which it is attached and varies
hand opening and upwardly converging side walls, said
accordingly.
side walls having windows therein; a tubular card holder
The carrier 10 is made su?iciently smaller than the in
side dimensions of the housing in order that its opposite
upwardly converging sides of said ‘card holder.
means for attaching said web to a container, and a tubu
lar grip member at the upper end of said web, said grip
member being essentially triangular in cross section and
channel 8 to form an attachment tab 9. The means of
attachment of the web is, of course, dependent upon the 50 having a base side forming the upper margin of said
of essentially triangular cross section including upwardly
The housing 1 receives a card holder or carrier 10
converging sides and dimensioned for insertion in said
which is triangular in cross section corresponding to
the cross section of the housing. Similar to the housing, 55 tubular grip member; and triangular caps closing the
ends of said card holder, said caps having ?anges ?tting
the carrier 10‘ is in the form of an open end tube. The
over and retaining the end margins of cards overlying the
ends of the tube are adapted to be closed by caps 11.
sides ‘may receive cards 12. The caps 11 ?t over the 60
ends of the cards to retain them on the holder and di
mensioned so as to ?t within the ends of the housing 1.
The housing 1, reinforced by the carrier 10 and end
caps 11 provides a sturdy and comfortable handle or
grip even when used with containers having substantial 65
weight. The slot 7 receives the ?ngers of the user’s hand,
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
2,248,355‘
2,747,310
Jones ________________ .__ July 8, 1941
Tierney _____________ .. May 29, 1956
329,807
Great Britain ________ __ May 29', 1930
FOREIGN PATENTS
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