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8, 1949
M. MORDKIN
2,4379%
DISPLAY TRAY
Filed Jan. 24, 1949
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Nov. 8, 1949
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Filed Jan. 24, 1949
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INVENTOR.
MICHHEL MOEDk/N
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2,487,168
Patented Nov. 8, .1949
Parent
UNITED
‘72,487,168
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may be stacked. The tray is shown'ais "shallow,
although‘itsi'heigl'lt’rriayibe suited to the character
of the I merchandise ‘to-be displayed.
As shown, the’tray'iso'f elongated, rectangular
shape, its length from front to rear being greater
than its width. It has a'bottom l, a frontwall 2,
lsirrce the‘ tongue Hand pocket aardbotniinttne
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It is desirable that display trays of this sort
be provided with anti-friction strips on the bot
a rear wall 3, and two similar side walls 4 and 5.
tom to reduce the area of contact with the sur
The rear wall is substantially higher than the 40 face on which the trays rest, and it has been
front wall, being shown as approximately two
customary to provide such trays with narrow ?at
and one-half times as high. The side walls are
rails or with half round rails. However, with
shaped so that when they are put together edge
boxes made up of two identical trays, as pro
to edge in inverted relation, they mutually serve
posed by this invention, such rails would inter
as complements to form a rectangular side of 45 fere with the stacking of the boxes one on an
other, as isrequired for storage and as is illus
a closed ibox. As shown, the height of the tray
trated in Fig. 5. The rails cannot well rest one on
is maintained as the heighth of the front wall for
another, particularly the half round rails, and
the front third of the tray, and the rear third
consequently the successive boxes would have to
is maintained uniformly at the height of the
rear wall, and the middle third is evenly inclined 50 be offset the full width of a rail.
In accordance with this invention, the trays
with its edge joining the top edges of the front a
are provided on their under sides with rails l0
and rear thirds. Thus, as shown in Figs. 2, 3 and
running longitudinally and disposed equal dis
5, the edges of two traysin inverted relation will
tances from their respective edges. As illustrated,
come together all around and make a closed box
with its top and bottom parallel and with its ends 55 the rails are V-shape, which, as shown in Fig. 5,
permits the boxes to be stacked with the oil-set
and sides rectangular.
of the alternate trays but one-half the width of
In order thus to make a closed box of two trays,
the
base of the rails.
it is evident that the tray which is used as the
It is obvious that the number of interlocking
cover is inverted about a central transverse axis,
so that the front and rear walls engage at each 60 tongues and slots may be more than one for each
acsvnes
end of a box and that the top edges of the side
walls may be otherwise shaped and that various
other modi?cations may be made in the construc
tion shown in the drawings and above particu
larly described, within the principle and scope
of the following claims.
What is claimed is:
1. A display tray of elongated rectangular
shape having its rear end wall higher than its
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a ‘pair of V-shape runners formed on the under
face of the bottom of the tray extending longi
tudinally of the tray and symmetrically disposed
between the center line and the respective lon
gitudinal sides."
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4. A display tray of‘ elongated rectangular
shape having its rear end wall higher than its
front end wall and having similar side walls with
a front section of uniform height equal .to that of
front end wall and having similar side walls with 10 the front end wall and a rear section of the same
a front section of'uniform height equal to that
length as that of the front section and of uniform
of the front end wall and a rear section of the
height equal to that of the rear end wall and
same length as that of the front section and of
an intermediate section having an inclined top
uniform height equal to that of the rear end wall
edge joining those of the front and rear sections,
and an intermediate section having an inclined 15 the rear end wall having an upstanding tongue
top edge joining those of the front and rear sec
extension medially disposed on its top edge and
tions, one of the end walls having an upstanding
the front end wall having a medial cut-out of the
tongue extension in the plane of the wall and
width of the tongue together with interior and
the other end wall having a slot in the plane of
exterior members overlapping the cut-out and‘
the wall of the width of the tongue and in allne 20 forming a pocket in the plane Of the wall propor
menttherewith longitudinally of the tray.
tioned to the tongue, and a pair of V-shape run
2. A display tray of elongated rectangular
ners formed on the under face of the bottom of
shape having its rear end wall higher than its
the tray extending longitudinally of the tray and
front end wall and having similar side walls with
symmetrically disposed between the center line
a front section of uniform height equal to that 25 and the respective longitudinal sides.
of the front end wall and a rear section of the
5. A storage box consisting of two identical
same length as that of the front section and
parts, each part comprising a tray of elongated
of uniform height equal to that of the rear end
rectangular shape having its rear end wall higher
wall and an intermediate section having an in
than its front end wall and having similar side
clined top edge joining those of the front and
wall with their top edges coinciding at their front
rear sections, the rear end wall having an up
and rear ends, respectively, with the tops of the
standing tongue extension medially disposed on
front and rear end walls, the rear end wall having
its top edge and the front end wall having a me
an upstanding tongue extension medially dis
dial cut-out of the width of the tongue together
posed on its top edge and the front end wall hav
with interior and exterior members overlapping
ing a medial cut-out of the width of the tongue
the cut-out and forming a pocket in the plane of
together with interior and exterior members
the wall proportioned to the tongue.
overlapping the cut-out and forming a pocket in
3. A display tray of elongated rectangular
the plane of the wall proportioned to the tongue,
shape having its rear end wall higher than its
and a pair of V-shape runners formed on the
front end wall and having similar side walls with
outside face of the bottom of the tray extending
a front section of uniform height equal to that
longitudinally of the tray and symmetrically dis
of the front end wall and a rear section of the
posed between the center line and the respective
same length as that of the front section and of
uniform height equal to that of the rear end wall
longitudinal sides; the one part :being disposed
inversely upon the other part as a cover with the
and an intermediate section having an inclined
ends reversed and the edges tightly ?tting and
top edge joining those of the front and rear sec
the tongue upon each part entered into the pocket
tions, one of the end walls having an upstand
of the other part.
ing tongue extension in the plane of the wall and
MICHAEL MORDKIN.
the other end wall having a slot in the plane of
the wall of the width of the tongue and in aline 50
No references cited
ment therewith longitudinally of the tray, and
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