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NOV- 6, 1962
F. R. wlEsENHoFER.
3,06L901
PIN PAN
Filed Sept. 2, 1958
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United States Patent 0
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3,061,901
Patented Nov. 6, 1962
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PIN PAN
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Fred R. Wiesenhofer, 630 E. 3rd St., Scottsdale, Ariz.
Filed Sept. 2, 1958, Ser. NO. 758,345
3 Claims. (Cl. 24-3)
The present invention relates to a receptacle; more par
ticularly, it pertains to a spiliproof receptacle adapted for
holding small metal objects adjacent to onels person.
A clamp arm 18 extends along the bottom of the base
plate 16 between the base plate and concave portion 15
of the base 14 to one side of the receptacle. The clamp
arm 18 is attached to the center of the plate 16 by means
of a rivet 20 which passes through an opening 22 in the
center of the base 16. The end of the clamp arm 18 is
provided with a clamp 24 comprising a movable clamp
jaw 26, a spring _28 and at the extreme end of the movable
clamp arm 18, a curved section 30 which cooperates with
In certain skilled trades the operator or workman must 10 the movable clamp jaw 26 forming the clamp 24.
arrange the work with his hands and ?ngers and then
apply metal fasteners to hold the work securely in place.
The pin' pan having the structure described above is
most conveniently utilized by resting the concave section
Such a situation is encountered in the women's hair
15 of the base 14 on a person”s shoulder. The custom in
beauty shops and hair dressing salons is to place a towel
dressing profession. It has been the practice for many
years for operators to apply small metal pins to women”s 15 over the customer's Shoulders. The pin pan is then placed
over the towel and the clamp 24 is fastened to the towel
hair while it is being arranged for waving. Previously
to prevent it from sliding off the person,s shoulder. Fer
the operator has arranged the clienfs hair with his ?ngers
rous metal pins for arranging the customers hair are
and then reached to a nearby stand or to his mouth where
placed in the pin pan and held adjacent the operator's
small metal hairpins were held ready to apply to the
clients hair. The disadvantage of having the pins at a 20 ?ngers by the magnetic base plate 16.
By means of the clamp 24, the base plate contour 15
distance from the work or carrying them in the operator9s
and the gripping projections 19 spaced thereon, the pin
month preparatory to their application is obvious.
pan is held in place on the customer's shoulder but may
One object of the present invention is to provide a spill
be readily shifted from one side to the other. In the
proof receptacle that is convenient to the operator's hands
25 event that the receptacle is tilted on the person*s shoulder
while they are arranging hair.
to an extent that the metal objects therein can spill out,
A second object of the present invention is to provide a
they are still held securely in the pan by the magnetic at
small receptacle suitable to attaching to onels person for
traction between the pins and the base plate 16.
holding small metal objects close at hand preparatory to
The above detailed speci?cations are intended as il
applying them to the work.
Still another object of the present invention is to pro 30 lustrative only of my invention. The scope thereof is
limited only by the following claims.
vide a small receptacle which will securely hold metal
I claim:
objects, pins, close to a beauty operatofs hands while
1. A spill proof device for holding small metallic ob
working at arranging a woman's hair.
jects adjacent a person's head comprising a shallow re
These and other objects and advantages will be appar
ent from the following speci?cation, drawings and claims. 35 ceptacle elongated in a horizontal direction having a ?at
rectangular base portion provided with an inclined semi
My invention comprises brie?y a receptacle provided
cylindrical concavity integrally formed in the under sur
with a magnetic plate in the base thereof and a concave
face thereof to maintain said receptacle in a 'horizontal
contour on the underside, the whole being adapted to
plane When positioned on a personls shoulder, a contoured
securely hold small metal objects Within the receptacle
40 ?ange integrally formed and extending upwardly about
while the receptacle is resting on a personls shoulder.
the periphery of said base portion, a lower portion of said
So that the present invention may be presented more
?ange extending upwardly at right angles to the base por
clearly and more easily understood, applicant now refers
tion and an upper portion of said ?ange extending up
to the drawings in which:
wardly and outwardly from said lower portion de?ning
PIG. l is an elevational view of my receptacle;
45 an angular seat at the juncture thereof, a magnetic plate
FIG. 2. is a plan view of my invention;
disposed on the angular seat and de?ning with the upper
FIG. 3 is a sectional view of the receptacle shown in
portion of the ?ange the receptacle for said objects, an
FIG. 2 taken along the line 3-3;
arm centrally secured to the lower surface of said plate
PIG. 4 is a second cross section view of my invention
as shown in PIG. 2 taken on the line 4-4.
and extending outwardly parallel to the plane of the plate
16 is prepared from soft magnetic iron, magnetic alloy
extending upwardly about the periphery of said base por
The receptacle 10 comprises a concave bowl portion 12 50 through said lower portion of the ?ange, and a clamping
element secured to the outwardly extending end of the
de?ning sides thereof and a base 14 attached to the bowl
arm to fasten onto the person's clothing.
portion 12 around its periphery at line 14a. The base
2. A spill proof device for holding small metallic ob
14 has a semi-cylindrical concavity 15 adapted to ?t the
jects adjacent a person”s head comprising a shallow re
contour of a personls shoulder, the radius of such Semi-cy
lindrical cavity being between four inches to eight inches. 55 ceptacle elongated in a horizontal direction having a ?at
rectangular -base portion provided with an inclined semi
Small prongs 19 project from the concave surface 15 of
cylindrical concavity integrally formed in the bottom
the base 14. The bowl portion 12 and base 14 may be
thereof to maintain said receptacle in a horizontal plane
one integral structure formed from a light metal such as
when positioned on a person”s shoulder, a plurality of
alurninurn or magnesium, or a polymer material such as
polystyrene; or it may be formed in two separate pieces 60 depending spaced apart prongs on the under surface of
said concavity, a contoured ?ange integrally formed and
and fastened together along the seam 14a. A base plate
tion, the lower portion of said ?ange extending upwardly
or other ferromagnetic material ?tted to the bottom edges
at right angles to the base portion and an upper portion
of the bowl portion 12 and supported between the base 14
and the bowl portion. Slots cut symmetrically into the 65 of said ?ange extending upwardly and outwardly from
said ?rst portion, de?ning an angular groove at the junc
base plate 16, as at 17, will increase the magnetic ?ux
ture thereof, a magnetic plate having a plurality of slots
external to the base plate, thus making a Stronger and
formed therethrough disposed on the angular groove and
more permanent ?eld for gripping hairpins or other small
de?ning with the upper portion of the ?ange the receptacle
ferrous metal objects. An alternative to a base plate
which itself is magnetized would be a base plate of non 70 for said objects, an arm centrally secured to the lower
surface of said plate and extending outwardly parallel to
magnetic material having one or more magnet elements
the plane of the plate through said lower portion of the
attached to the bottom surface thereof.
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?ange, and a clamp member secured to the extendíng end
of said arni to fasten to the persön's clothing.
3. A spill proof device for holding small metallic ob
jects adjacent a person's head comprising:
a shallow receptacle elongated in a hori?ontal djrection
having a flat rectangular base portion provided With
an inclined semi-cylindrical concavity integrally
formed in the under surface thereof,
the axis of said inclined serni-cylindrical concavity be
ing parallel to the sides of the base portion having 10
the smallest dimension,
a plurality of depending spacted apart prongs on the
under surface of said concavity,
a ?ange extending upwardly about the periphery of said
base portion,
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said ?ange having a lower portion extending upwardly
from the base portion and an upper portion extend
a releaseable clamp having an arm secured to said
plate and extending outwardly through the lower por
tion of the ?ange to fasten on to the persons clothing.
References Cited in the ?le of thls patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
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2,l52,897
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Draper et al ___________ __ May 19, 1942
2,436,607
2,580,099
2,600,092
Rosenthal ____________ __ Feb. 24, 1948
Jaeger _______________ __ Dec. 25, 1951
Buelow ______________ __ June 10, 1952
2,754,040
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Zachary ______________ __ July 10, 1956
Carew _______________ __ July 17, 1956
2,784,470
Watson ______________ __ Mar. 12, 1957
ing upwardly and outwardly from said lower portion
de?ning an angular seat at the juncture thereof,
a magnetic plate disposed on the said seat and de?ning 20
With the upper portion of the ?ange a 'space for hold
íng said objects, and
Sommers ____________ __ June 16, 1942
Sievers ______________ __ Aug. 9, 1938
Madore ______________ __ Apr. 4, 1939
FOREIGN PATENTS
l,159,315
30,395
France ______________ __ Feb. 10, 1958
Great Britain ______________ __ of 1910
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