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June 11, 1963
v. A. AHLBOR
3,093,292
PACKAGES
Filed March 7, 1961
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3,093,292
Patented June 11, 1963
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portion 23 is folded back along the slit folding line 24
upon the trapezoidal portion 21 so that all the adhesive
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zones 25 and 26 will be located on the same side of
Valter A. Ahlbor, Bromma, Sweden, assignor to Arenco
Aktiebolag, Vallingby, Sweden, a joint-stock company
Filed Mar. 7, 1961, Ser. No. 94,044
Claims priority, application Sweden Mar. 12, 1960
4 Claims. (Cl. 229—51)
the strip 17 thus folded upon itself. The adhesive side
of the folded strip 17 is applied to the top end of the
package and its'rear end portion 19 is folded on the
line 18 and applied and adheres to the upper end of the
rear wall of the package, while its portion 20 adheres to
‘and to the appended claims in which the novel features
forms a pocket open at its top and bottom into which
of the invention are more particularly set forth.
the free end of the trapezoidal tongue ‘21 can be inserted,
of Sweden
the ?ap 11 and the side ?aps of rectangular end portion
This invention relates to packages preferably for ciga 10 23 adhere to the front wall '6 of the package. The end
rettes or the like and it is an object of the invention to
portion 23 forms a pocket between said flaps adapted
provide packages having thin and relatively delicate walls
to receive an end of the sealing strip 17. The portion
with an improved seal adapted to form a two-part seal
20 and the trapezoidal end portion 21 of the strip 17
ing means for the reclosure of the top end of the package
covers the fracturable top end panel 14 of the package.
after having been opened when breaking said seal.
When this package is to be opened for the removal
15
Another object of the invention consists in the provi
of a cigarette, the fracturing folding line or edge 24
sion of a package of the type referred to with a top
,is ruptured so that the tapered portion 21 of the strip
end reinforcing and sealing strip one end portion of
will form a freely projecting tongue by means of which
which can be utilized for providing a pocket into which
the ?ap 11 is pulled up, whereafter the panel 14 is torn
the strip can be inserted when reclosing the package after 20 off along the fracturing lines 15 and 16 so that an open
having ‘been opened by severing said end portion from _
ing A will be formed through which the cigarette Cv ‘are
an adjacent portion of said strip.
easily accessible. The rectangular portion 23, now‘hav
For further comprehension of the invention, and of
ing been severed from the tongue 21, remains adhering
the objects and advantages thereof, reference will be had
to the package wall 6 in the form of a strap which is
to the ‘following description and accompanying drawing, 25 adhesively secured by its ends to that wall so that it
In the drawing:
as shown in FIGURE 6, when the package is to be re
FIGURE 1 shows the upper end of a relatively thin
closed.
sheet of paper or the like for forming a rectangular ciga 30
The invention is not limited to the embodiment de
rette package;
scribed herewith. The strip 17 can have other shapes
FIGURE 2 is a perspective view of the top of the
than that shown and described.
package closed almost completely;
than the panel ‘14 at the top edge of the wall 6, Le. the
FIGURE 3 shows one embodiment of the sealing and
reinforcing strip according to the invention;
The narrow free end
of the trapezoidal tongue is preferably somewhat wider
35 line 5 (FIGURE 1) whereby the entrance of the sealing
FIGURE 4 shows the top of the ?nished package pro
vided with the sealing and reinforcing strip;
FIGURE 5 shows the opened top of the package;
FIGURE 6 shows the reclosed top of the package.
Referring to FIGURE 1 of the drawing, the package 40
tongue 21 through the opening A will ‘be obviated. Alter
natively, the removable flap panel 14 adheres to the flap
11 and tongue 21 so that it will be torn off automatically
when said ?ap and tongue are folded up. While this
package is particularly well adapted for cigarettes it can
contain many other articles and granular or pulverous
commodities, sweetmeats, etc.
a rectangular package which has a front wall 6, a rear
I claim:
1. A receptacle made from ?exible material and hav
wall 7 and two side walls 8 and 9 formed by the panels
having the same reference numerals in FIGURE 1. The 45 ing back and front and side walls, said back and front
walls having at one end thereof integral projecting ?aps
end panels 10, 11, 12 and 13 are then folded on the
which are folded inwardly, said side walls also having
line ‘5 in the conventional manner in pairs against and
integral projecting ?aps ‘folded inwardly, the projecting
down upon each other so that the package end will be
?ap on said rear wall being folded over the ‘front and
closed ‘by the end ?aps having the same reference nu
merals in FIGURES 2 and 4. In the panels 6 and "10 50 side wall flaps and having a substantially T-shaped ex
tension connected thereto and extending beyond said rear
of the blank shown in FIGURE 1 a trapezoidal frac
‘blank is adapted to be folded in conventional manner on
four longitudinal folding lines '1, 2, 3v and 4 to form
turable panel 114 is formed by perforated lines 15 and
16. In the ?nished package this trapezoidal panel 14
forms part of the flap 10 and extends slightly down
wardly on the front wall 6 of the package.
wall flap, said extension having an end portion having
?aps projecting in opposite directions laterally beyond
the adjacent part of said extension, said end portion being
55 folded back along a transverse line against the inner face
of said adjacent part of said extension and secured by
said laterally extending ?aps only to the front wall of
the receptacle to form a pocket which, after severance
from said extension receives said adjacent portion of
17 of a somewhat thicker and more rigid material, e.g.
thin cardboard, is applied to the top. The strip ‘17 has 60 said extension‘.
2. A receptacle made from ?exible material and hav
two panels 19 and 20 separated by a folding line 18,
ing back, and front and side walls, said back and front
and a tongue comprising a trapezoidal portion 21 and
walls having at one end thereof integral projecting ?aps
a rectangular transverse end portion 23 separated from
which are folded inwardly, said side walls also having
the portion 211 by a partly slit fracturing line 24. The
trapezoidal portion 21 is adapted to form a sealing tongue 65 integral projecting flaps folded inwardly, the projecting
When the top of the package has been closed by
folding the flap l11 (FIGURE 2) down upon the flaps
10, ‘1'2 and 13 a T-shaped sealing and reinforcing strip
and the rectangular portion 23 has laterally extending
?ap on said rear wall being folded over the front and
?aps 27 and is adapted to form a pocket for the tongue 21.
On one of its faces the strip 17 has three adhesive
side wall ?aps and having a sealing tongue secured there
to, said sealing tongue having a substantially T-shaped
zones 25 extending across the line 18 and on its opposite
face the side flaps 27 of the rectangular end portion 23
each has a small adhesive zone 26. The rectangular end
end portion provided with ?aps projecting in opposite
directions laterally beyond the adjacent part of said seal
ing tongue, said end portion being folded back along a
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transverse line against the inner face of the said adjacent
part of said tongue and secured by said laterally extend
integral projecting ?aps ‘folded inwardly, the closure ?ap
ing ?aps only to the front wall of the receptacle which,
wall ?aps, a substantially T-shaped extension connected
after severance along said transverse line, forms a pocket
with said rear wall closure flap and which has an end
on said rear wall being folded over the front and side
receiving said adjacent portion of said strip.
portion having ?aps projecting in opposite directions
3. A receptacle made from ?exible material and hav
ing back and front and side walls, said back and front
laterally beyond the adjacent part of said extension, said
end portion being folded back along a transverse line
against the inner face of said adjacent part of said ex
walls ‘having at one end thereof integral projecting clo
sure flaps which ‘are folded inwardly, said side walls also
tension and secured by said laterally extending ?aps only
having integral projecting ?aps folded inwardly, the clo 10 to the front wall of the receptacle to form a pocket
sure ?ap on said rear wall being folded over the front
which, after severance of said end portion from said
and side wall ?aps and having a substantially T-shaped
extension along said line, receives said adjacent portion
extension connected with said rear wall closure ?ap and
of said extension, said extension having a trapezoidal
which has an end portion having ?aps projecting in op‘
portion tapering towards said end portion, the dimension
posite directions latenally beyond ‘the adjacent part of 15 of which trapezoidal portion between opposite edges of
said extension, said end portion being folded back along
its tongues is substantially equal to the width of the base
a transverse line against the inner face of said adjacent
end of said trapezoidal portion.
part of said extension and secured by said lateral pro
jections only to the front wall of the receptacle to form
References Qited in the ?le of this patent
a pocket which, after severance of said end portion from 20
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said extension along said line, receives said adjacent por
tion of said extension, said end portion being positioned
between said front wall of the receptacle and said adja
cent part of said extension.
4. A receptacle made from ?exible material and hav 25
ing back and front and side walls, said back and front
walls having at one end thereof integral projecting ?aps
which are folded inwardly, said side walls also having
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Brophy ______________ __ Feb. 22, 1938
Burke _______________ _- Sept. 3, 1940
Pence _______________ __ July 13, 1948
708,750
808,056
Great Britain _________ __ May 12, 1954
Great Britain _________ __ Jan. 28, 1959
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