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April 16, 1963
A. H. VARDAN
3,085,610
TOY CARRIER
Filed May 15, 1962
INVENTOR.
A/v/v H. mam/v
ATTORNEYS
United States Patent O?iice
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3,085,610
Patented Apr. 16, 1963
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article. Panel 12 is provided on its inner side at a point
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spaced from the extremities of the cutaway portions 15
TOY CARRIER
Ann H. Vardan, 2554 Clay St, Sacramento, Calif.
Filed May 15, 1962, Ser. No. 194,894
2 Claims. (Cl. 150-35)
with a pair of fasteners 18, which in the illustrative em
This invention relates to a toy carrier, and has as its
bodiment shown comprise male elements of separable
snap ‘fasteners, which extend inwardly, towards opposed
female elements 19 in alignment therewith carried on
the inner face of panel 13.
A plastic bar 20 extends transversely across the interior
adapted to contain toys for the amusement of an infant
of the receptacle and is secured as by fastening members
or very small child, together with means for securing 10 21 at each side thereof, at a point adjacent the juncture
the toys permanently to the receptacle, so that, although
of the cutaway corners 15 with the body of panel 12.
they may be removed from the receptacle for play, they
A plurality of leashes 22, 23, 24, and 25 are provided at
are precluded ‘from falling on the ?oor, and the resultant
their ends with identical loops 26 which are secured in
contamination thereof.
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primary object the provision of a sanitary receptacle
position by bands 27, the loops extending about bar 20
An additional object of the invention is the provision 15 and being slidable therealong as desired. The several
of such a toy carrier or container which is provided with
adjustable straps whereby the same may be readily at
tached to the mother’s purse, to a high chair, to a car
riage, or the side of a crib or any other locality where it
leashes may be of either different or identical lengths,
and are each provided at their free or outer end with
a loop 30 held in position by a strap 31, the leash 22
having its associated loop 30 surrounding a ring 32, the
is desirable to have such toys available to the baby.
20 leash 23 carrying a bell 33 and the leash 24- carrying a
A further object of the invention is the provision of
rattle 34. Obviously, the toys and their arrangement are
such a device wherein the toys are secured by relatively merely for illustrative purposes, and any other desired
short leashes to the bag, or container therefor, whereby
toys may be substituted therefor, or rearranged as de
the child may enjoy the same, but is precluded ‘from
sired.
Leash 25 is shown in this illustrative embodiment
dropping or throwing the toys, and the consequent neces 25 of the invention
as being secured to a longitudinally ex
sity of retrieving the same.
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tending strap 35 which comprises a portion of a bottle
Still another object of the invention is the provision
holding harness which includes a bottle encircling band
of a device of this character which will prevent the loss
36, crossed end straps 37 and a top resilient bottleneck
or misplacement of a child’s favorite toys, which will pre
encircling band 38, the strap 35 being connected to both
vent other children from taking the baby’s toys, and 30 bands 36 and 38 for the support of a nursing bottle 39
which will provide a means whereby the toys may be
provided with a nipple 40.
kept readily accessible and available whenever their use
It will be understood that the receptacle 111 is shown
is necessary or desirable.
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in an upside down position merely ‘for clarity of illus~
A more speci?c object of the invention is the pI‘OVlSlOH
tration but that in the actual use thereof, this receptacle
of such a toy carrier provided with adjustable strap means, 35 or carrier ‘11 is used only when right side up. The toys
whereby the receptacle for containing the toys may be
and the bottle are shown depending from their respec
retained in closed position, or open as desired, and hav
tive
leashes, which of course, they would do also when
ing additional means whereby the position of the_straps
the carrier 11 is in its correct usual position of actual
may be moved, when the bag is opened, so that it may
use. Obviously, any or all of the toys or the bottle may
still be readily attached to a support, as previously men 40
tioned.
Still other objects reside in the combinations of ele
ments, arrangements of parts, and ‘features of construc
tion, all as will be more fully pointed out hereinafter
and shown in the accompanying drawings wherein:
FIGURE 1 is a side elevational view of the toy carrier
of the instant invention disclosed in inverted position,
for clarity of illustration, with the toys depending there
from on their associated leashes.
readily be removed from within the carrier 11 and left
suspended on its leash or removed from the leash. Simi
larly, any selected toy may be removed and the recep
tacle reclosed ‘by means of the opposed snap fastener ele
45 ments 18 and 19 so that only one toy will be available at
a time.
Equally obviously, all of the toys may be contained
in the bag for transport or storage.
Supporting means for the bag are provided and take
FIGURE 2 is an enlarged sectional view taken sub 50 the form of straps 45, which are provided at one end
with loops 46 held in position by bands 47. The loops
stantially along the line 2—-2 of IFIGURE v1 as viewed
are slidably mounted on transverse strip members 48
in the direction indicated by the arrows; and
which
are ?xedly secured as ‘by means of threads, staples,
FIGURE 3 is an enlarged sectional view taken sub
or similar attachments 49 ‘at one of their ends closely ad
stantially along the line 3—3 of FIGURE 1 as viewed
65 jacent the end of the receptacle, and at their other ends,
in the direction indicated by the arrows.
toward the center, so that the end loops ‘46 of the straps
Similar reference characters refer to similar parts
may slide freely along the members 48. At their other
throughout the several views of the drawing.
end the straps 45 carry male snap ‘fastener elements 50‘,
Having reference now to the drawings in detail, the
toy carrier of the instant invention is generally indicated
which are normally engageable with corresponding female
edge, the sealing of the panels terminating at the begin
ning of the cutaway portion. Marginal reinforcing strips
locality, and while in this position the fastening elements
at 10 and comprises a bag or receptacle 11, which is 60 fastener elements 51 which are carried by panel 13, and
which are located on the exposed portion of panel 13 left
preferably comprised of a pair of opposed sheets 12 and
by the cutaway end portions 15 of panel 12. The straps
13 of transparent plastic or similar material, which are
may
be readily released so that they may encircle any de
sealed along their marginal edges in any desired man
sired object such as the top rail of a crib, the arm of the
ner, as ‘by heat sealing, as indicated at 14. Panel 12 is
provided with cutaway corner portions 15, at its free 65 high chair, the strap of an adult’s purse, or other desired
18 and 19 may be engaged to secure the receptacle in
closed position. However, when the snaps ‘18 and 19
16 and 17 are provided along the upper edges of each of
are disengaged to allow the receptacle to be opened, the
panels 12 and 13, and may be of rubberized fabric, plastic, 70 straps may be moved slidably along the members 48 to
or other suitable material, and, if desired, may be made
an intermediate position, so that the male elements 50
of colored material to enhance the attractiveness of the
may engage the female elements 19, and an effective
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support provided for the bag even while in open condi
tion.
From the foregoing it will now be seen that there is
herein provided an improved toy carrier, which accom
plishes all the objects of this invention, and others, in
cluding many advantages of great practical utility and
commercial importance.
As many embodiments may be made of this inventive
concept, and as many modi?cations may be made in the
embodiment hereinbefore shown and described, it is to
be understood that all matter herein is to be interpreted
merely as illustrative, and not in a limiting sense.
I claim:
1. A toy carrier comprised of a transparent plastic
receptacle including front and back panels secured to—
gether at one end and throughout a portion of their
sides, the other end of said receptacle being normally
open, the corners of said front panel being cut away from
the terminus of the securing of the sides to the top there
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corners of said ‘front panel being cut away from the
terminus of the securing of the sides to the top thereof,
a transversely extending bar interiorly of the bag at a
point adjacent the start of cutaway corner portions, a
‘plurality of leashes slidably secured to said bar, said
leashes being of ‘a length to extend fully out of said re
ceptacle, toys secured to the free ends of said leashes,
complementing fastening means on the inner sides of the
unsecured ends of each panel, straps secured to the re
ceptacle adjacent its open end, said straps having half
fastening elements at one end thereof, complementary
half fastening elements on said rear panel on the inner
sides thereof in a position exposed by the cutaway portions
of said front panel, the other ends of said straps having
loops thereon, longitudinal extending members secured to
the outside of said rear panel and extending through said
loops to provide for sliding movement of said other ends
of said straps, the fastening elements on said back panel
engageable by the fastening elements on said front panel
of, a transversely extending bar interiorly of the bag at 20 being complementary to the fastening elements on the
free ends of said straps, whereby said free ends may be
a point adjacent the start of cutaway corner portions, a
secured to said last-mentioned fastening elements on said
plurality of leashes slidably secured to said bar, said
back panel when the receptacle is in open position.
leashes being of a length to extend fully out of said re
ceptacle, toys secured to the free ends of said leashes,
complementary fastening means on the inner sides of the 25
unsecured ends of each panel, and straps secured to the
receptacle adjacent its open end.
2. A toy carrier comprised of a transparent plastic re~
ceptacle including front and back panels secured together
at one end and throughout a portion of their sides, the 30
other end of said receptacle being normally open, the
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