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VeröffentlichungsnummerUS1413953 A
Veröffentlichungsdatum25. Apr. 1922
Eingetragen5. Aug. 1920
Prioritätsdatum5. Aug. 1920
VeröffentlichungsnummerUS 1413953 A, US 1413953A, US-A-1413953, US1413953 A, US1413953A
ErfinderNathan Appel
Ursprünglich BevollmächtigterNathan Appel
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Externe Links: USPTO, USPTO-Zuordnung, Espacenet
Shaving brush
US 1413953 A
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1,413,953. 'Pgte 1itedApr.25, 1922.

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nnrnm APPEL, or mrwwonx, .N. Y. v I

sEAvme mausm Application filed August 5, 920: Seria11to.401,3 63,

To all whom it may concern:

e it 'known that NATHAN. ArrEL, citizen of the United States, and resident of the city of New York, in the county of New certain new and useful Improvements in Shaving Brushes, of which the following is a specification. I

This invention relates to shaving -brushes.

device of this type which shall contain within itself the materials to 'besupplied to the brush including for example both.

. the shaving cream and the water. a


A further object is to provide a .device of features of construction, combinations ofelements; and arrangement of parts which will be exemplified in the" construction hereinafter described and of wh ch the scope of invention will-be indicated in the follow ing claims. I I t In the accompanying drawings, in which is shown one of various possible illustra--- tive. embodiments of this invention,

Fig. 1 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of a shaving brush embodying this invention; I I

Fig. 2 is an end elevation partly in section viewed along line '2-2 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 3 is a detailed sectionalviewtalten' along line 3-3 of F g. l and showing the;

bristle holding means; and

Fig. 4 is a detailed cross-sectional view out along line 4-4 of Fig. 1 showing the shaving tool and the means for-winding the same up as the material is dispensed.

Referring in detail to the drawing, the-- brush there shown isseen to comprise a hollow handle member 10 and the bristles llextendingtherefrom. The handle comprises'a suitably, shaped casing 12 preferably ,of metal, open at the top and threaded as at 13 fora screw ca I the casing 12 1s a block 15 which serves as One of the objects thereof is to provide a" 14. Held in the bottom of.

' the holding member for thebristles, the lat Specification o f Letters Patent. Pate t d A 25 ter being supported therein in perforations. f 16 in which tufts 17 are suitably secured- I as by means of a suitable cement. 'The hold York and State ofNew York, has invented ing'block 15 is further provided with pefl forations 19 which are left open .to serve as ducts through which water or any other liquid 20 held in the casing'12- is supplied to the brush. The tube of shaving cream 21v or other such material is held in inverted. pos tion within the casing .12 and is supported from the top of" the contaiiierby means of a windingkey 22 extending through atight fitting opening .22 in the 'wall. of the container 12, the end of which rests in an annular shoulder 23-formed in the wall of the container as shown in Fig. 1. This key is provided ;with-a longitudinal slot 24'adapted toreceive [the bottom-25rd the tube of shaving material 21,:the size of the slot being such thatfsuffi cient frictional hold is had. to permit of-the. key22winding the material on itself. as the shaving cream or other such material is dispensed. Extending through a central opening26 in the holding member 15 and into the tube of shaving materialiis a tubular member or duct 27 havin a mouth 28 extending slightly intothe brist es, whereby the shavingcream is supplied to the brush; I

'In the use of the device, the cover is on in place. This water will graduallyflow through the openings 19 to the bristles.

By wlnding key 22 shaving cream or other such material is supplied to the brush which is 'now ready for shaving purposes. The

screwed oif andthen the container 12 filled r with water and the cap then again screwed as the shaving cream is dispensed the tube 21 I is wound up exposing more and more of this 'tubularfmember 27. 'When all of tube 21 has been wound on the key 22 the latter may be pulled out by reason of the slot .24--

the. used up tube readil removed by unscrewin the cap 14 as ,willbe understood.

-It will t us be seen that there is prov'videda device'in which "the several objects of'this invention are achieved and" which is; well adapted to meet the conditionso'f practical use.

As various ppssiblefembodiments might be made of the a I oveinvention and as various changes might be made in the embodiment i above set forth, it is tobe understood'that all matter herein set forth or shown-in the accompanying drawings is to be interpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting sense;

Having thus described my invention, I

claim as new and desire to secure by Let- 'ters Patent 1. A shaving brush comprising a hollow handle, a bristle holder connected therewith and provided with ducts therethrough for ;supplyin liquid tothe bristles,and means within t e handle for supplying ,shaving soap 'or' the like to said bristles comprisin .a collapsible receptacle for said soap hel,

Within saidfhandle and communicating with the bristles, "and means for-collapsln'g the .same." I

2 A shaving brush coniprising ahollow ing liquid to the bristles, and means within the .handle' for supplying shaving soap or the like to-said bristles comprising acol lapsible receptacle for said soap held with 'insaid'handle and communicatm'g withthe' bristles, and means for collapsing the same,

'isaid ineans comprising a winding key inserted in-the opening of the said hollow handle and resting lar shoulder thereof.

80 on theinterior annu- 3. ,A shaving brush comprising a hollow handle having an'interior annular shoulder and an opening disposed opposite thereto, a

bristle holder connected therewith and pro yided with ducts therethrough for supplying liquid to the bristles, and means within the handle for supplying shaving soap; or the like to said bristles comprising a collapsible receptacle for said soap held within said I handle and communicating with the bristles, andmeans for collapsin the same, said;

means comprising a win ing-key inserted in the opening of the said hollow handle and resting on the interior annular shoulder thereof, sa d key havinga longitudinal slot formed therein adapted to embracethe'bottom of said collapsible receptacle. i

'" Signed at New York city, in'the county'of f utilitariani m.-

New York and. State of New Yorkflhis 28th day of July, A. D;

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US-Klassifikation401/45, 222/100, 222/129, 401/152
Internationale KlassifikationA46B11/00, A46B11/02
Europäische KlassifikationA46B11/00C6B