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OCÍ' 16, 1962
J. swEDLlN
Filed March 50, 1960
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Patented Oct. 16, 1962
Jacob Swedlin, 80 Salem Road, Rockville Center, N.Y.
Filed Mar. 30, 1950, Ser. No. 18,723
4 Claims. (Cl. 46-169)
This invention relates to dolls, such as Teddy Bears
and the like stuffed dolls.
An object of this invention is to provide a doll of the
forehead section 30 and'to side face sections '31 which are
also stitched to the forehead section las yat 32. Stitched to
the side face sections 31, as at 32, are rear sections 33
stitched together as at 34. Ears 35 are stitched between
Ul the side «face sections and the rear sections, at seams 32.
The side face sections 31 are each ‘fonmed with la large
character described having highly improved doll’s eye
round opening 40 cut therefrom and larger than the eye
of the doll, as will lbe seen hereinafter. The edge portion
of each opening 40 is folded back inwardly as at 41, and
stitched to each folded back section, by stitching 42, is an
construction, comprising a pair `of individual eye socket
eye holder or socket member 43.
holders or members made of soft resilient rubber-like
plastic, and individually attached to inner edges of a
Each eye socket member 43 is made of soft, resilient,
rubber-like, synthetic plastic material and comprises a
central substantially spherical portion 44 having an eye
opening 45 at the front, substantially elliptical in shape.
pair of enlarged openings in the outer cover of the doll’s
head, and each containing a doll’s eye assembly co-mpris
ing an eye cage and an eyeball member rotatable therein.
Another object of this invention is to provide an im
proved stuifed doll construction of the character described
At the eye opening 45 is a constricted neck 46 from
which extends outwardly, an annular flange 47 having a
circular outer edge portion 48. It is these outer edge
in which the individual eye holders or socket members
portions 48 of the eye holder 43 which overlap or overlie
each comprises a front annular ñange stitched at its outer 20 the -folded back edge portions 41, and are stitched by
the stitching 42 to said folded back edge portions. Said
edge to edges of openings in the doll head cover, and
a socket portion extending from the «flange and having
stitching 42 goes around the outer end edges of the flanges
47. The stitching 42 is thus concealed.
an eye opening through which the eye member is forced
into the socket, the front of the flange being exposed and
The front of the ñange 47 has inclined, wavy, radiat
carrying an embossed or molded design at its front side 25 ing integral ridges 50.
Forced into each socket portion 44 through its eye
which may be seen, thereby enhancing the appearance
opening 45 is an eye member 55. Each eye member 55
of the doll.
may comprise an eye cage 56 gripped by socket portion
Yet another object of this invention is to provide a
44 and having a front cage portion 57 Iformed With an
strong and durable stuffed doll which shall be relatively
inexpensive to manufacture, easy to assemble, attractive 30 elliptical eye opening 58 substantially registering with
eye opening 45 of the eye holder. Clamped to the front
in appearance and yet practical and efficient to a high
cage portion 57 is a rear cage portion 59 snapped thereon
degree in use.
by suitable means, well known in the art. The front cage
Other objects of this invention will in part be obvious
portion 57 has bearings to rotatably support an eyeball
and in part hereinafter pointed out.
The invention accordingly consists in the features of 35 member 60 formed with opposed pintles `61 received in
suitable bearing holes î62 in front cage portion 57 for this
construction, combinations of elements, and arrangement
purpose. The front of eye ball members 60 are suitably
of parts, which will be exemplified in the construction
decorated to simulate eyes which are seen through open
hereinafter described, and of which the scope of inven
ings 45, 58.
tion will be indicated in the following claims.
The construction of the eye member 55 is Well known
In the accompanying drawings in which is shown an 40
in the art.
illustrative embodiment of this invention,
The fibers of the pile may cover a little of the front
FIG. l is a front view of a doll embodying the inven
surfaces of lflanges 47, but the ridges 50 or wavy grooves
at the front surfaces may be seen, and impart an attrac
FIG. 2 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken on line
tive appearance to the doll. 'I‘he eye openings 45, 48
2--2 of FIG. 1;
are smaller than the openings 40.
FIG. 3 is a front view of a doll’s eye assembly;
It will t-hus be seen that there is provided an apparatus
FIG. 4 is a side elevational view of the structure of
in which the several objects of this invention are achieved
FIG. 3;
and which is well adapted to meet the conditions of prac
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken on line 5-5 of
50 tical use.
FIG. 3; and
As possible embodiments might be made of the above
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken on line 6-‘6
invention, and as various changes might be made in the
of FIG. 2, but without the stu?’ing.
embodiment above set forth, it is to be understood that
Referring now in detail to the drawing, 10 designates
all matter herein set forth or shown in the accompany
a doll embodying the invention here shown in the form
55 ing drawings is to be interpreted as illustrative and not
of a stuffed Teddy Bear.
in a limiting sense.
The doll 10 comprises a body 11, provided with a head
I claim:
12, arms 13 and legs 14. The head, arms and legs as
1. A stuffed doll comprising a head having an outer
well as the body each comprise an outer cover with stuif
cover formed with a pair of head openings, doll’s eye
ing inside.
The invention herein relates to the head 12 only, which 60 holders covering said openings, each eye holder compris
ing a socket portion formed with a constricted neck form
comprises generally an outer cover 16 filled with stuflìng
ing an eye opening, and an integral annular flange extend
17. The cover may comprise various sections of pile
outwardly from the neck, means to attach said flanges
fabric stitched together by seams. Thus the cover 16
to the outer cover at said head openings with outer sides
may comprise a nose section 18 stitched as at 19 to a 65
of said annular ñanges exposed to view from the front
fabric or belt section 20 at its underside to simulate the
top of the mouth of the doll. Also there may be pro
vided a chin section 21, stitched as at 22, to a fabric or
of the doll, stuffing within the outer cover, and doll’s eye
members within said socket portions, said eye holders
being made of soft, resilient, rubber-like material, and
felt section 23 simulating the bottom of the doll’s mouth.
said eye members each comprising an eye cage disposed
A tongue simulating member 24, of cloth or felt, is 70 within and gripped by the socket portion of an eye holder
stitched as at 25 to the rear of sections 20 and 2‘3. The
and having an eye opening registering with the eye open
nose section 18 is stitched as at 28 to the front end of a
ing in the eye holder, and an eyeball member rotatably
mounted in the cage, said ñanges having wavy inclined
radiating integral ridges at their outer sides.
2. In combination, a doll’s head having a pair of head
openings, a pair _of doll’s eye members comprising doll’s
eye holders having socket portions formed with con
stricted eye openings and `annular ñanges extending out
wardly therefrom and attached to the head at said head
openings, eye members in said socket portions, said eye
openings exposing said eye members, and front surface
portions of said flanges being exposed to view from the 10
front of the head, the outer edge portions of said flanges
overlapping inner edge portions of said openings in said
head, said inner edge portions of said openings in the
head being folded back inwardly and attached to the
tions, and formed with eye openings registering with the
eye openings in the eye holders, and eyeball members
oscillatably mounted in said cages and having portions
exposed through the registering openings in the cages and
eye holders.
4. The combination of claim 3, the openings in the
head being circular, the outer edges of the flanges being
circular, and the eye openings in t-he eye holders and
cages being elliptical and smaller than the openings in
the head.
References Cited in the file of this patent
overlapping portions of said flanges by stitching, the
Morgenstern ___________ _ Aug. 7, 1923
front surfaces of said flanges being provided with in
clined, wavy, radiating ridges.
3. The combination of claim 2, said eye holders being
made of resilient, soft, rubber-like material, and said eye
members comprising cages gripped Within the socket por 20
Grubman ____________ __ Dec.
Marcus ______________ __ Nov.
Sheldrick et al _________ __ Apr.
Prupis _______________ __ Jan.
Brudney ____________ __ Dec.
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