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Jan. 7, 1936.
c. G. GREGORY
2,026,529
COMBINED INK WELL AND. BOTTLE
Filed May 28, 1954
5 Sheets-Sheet 1
Jan. 7, 1936.
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Carey G. Gregory, Los Angeles, Calif.
Application May 28, 1934, Serial No. 728,026
' 15 Claims-
My invention relates broadly to a construction
of combined ink well and bottle and more par
ticularly to a structure of ink well andbottle
which involves the principle of hydrostatic pres
sure in the feeding of the required ink supply for
writing purposes.
One of the objects of my invention is to pro
vide an improved arrangement of ink well and
bottle which may be readily vended at low cost
10 as a container and used as a desk stand for writ
ing purposes.
Another object of - my invention is to provide
a construction of combined ink well and bottle
which includes a tubular carrier into which a
15 tubular container may be readily inserted for
continuously supplying ink to a pen receiving
reservoir for writing‘ purposes.
Still another object of my invention is to pro
vide a construction of combined ink well and
20 bottle in which a pen receiving reservoir projects
through a tubular carrier which receives an ink
bottle supported in predetermined position by
the pen receiving reservoir for delivering ink in
accordance with hydrostatic pressure to the pen
receiving reservoir.
.
A further object of my invention is to provide
a construction of combined ink bottle and ink
well which includes .a tubular‘ carrier containing
a
pen
receiving reservoir
adjacent ' the . base
thereof disposed at an acute angle with respect
to the axis of the carrier and having means for
directly receiving ink from an ink bottle mounted
within the carrier, the feeding of ink being facill.
tated by means operating under hydrostatic
pressure.
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A still further object of my invention is to pro
vide a construction of pen receiving reservoir for
an ink stand having means for guiding the-nib
of a pen into ink receiving position and facilitat
ing the delivery of ink to the pen under hydro
static pressure.
Still another object of my inventionis to pro
vide a construction of ink receiving reservoir for
ink stands having means for continuously sup
plying ink to the ink receiving reservoir by capil—
lary attraction.
Other and further objects of my invention re
.side in the construction of an ink bottle and well
and the construction of a pen receiving reservoir
50 for ink stands, as set forth more fully in the
speci?cation hereinafter following by reference to
the accompanying drawings, in which:
Figure 1 is a central vertical longitudinal sec
(01.120-59)
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Fig. 2 is a transverse vertical section on line 2--2
of Fig. 1; Fig. 3 is a horizontal sectional view on
line 3-3 of Fig. 1'; Fig. 4 is ‘a horizontal section
on line l—4 of Fig. 1; Fig. 5 is a central vertical
longitudinal section showing a modi?ed form of
my invention; Fig. 6 shows another modi?cation
of my improved ink well and bottle; Figs. 7, 8
and 9 are horizontal sectional views taken on
correspondingly numbered lines of Fig. 6; Fig. 10
is a fragmentary vertical section disclosing a 10
modi?ed method of supporting the inkv bottle
with the ink well; Fig. 11 is a central vertical
longitudinal section showing an integral con
struction of my improved ink well and bottle;
Fig. 12 is a central vertical longitudinal section 15
showing still another‘ modi?ed form of my im
proved combination ink well and bottle and show
ing particularly the structure of the improved
pen receiving reservoir employed in the structure
of my invention; Fig. 13 is a central vertical longi
tudinal-sectional view showing how the taper off 20
set within the angularly, disposed feed tube acts
as a guide for the insertion of a pen; Fig. 14 is a
horizontal section taken on line l4—l4 of Fig. 12;
Fig. 15 is a transverse vertical section taken on
line lS-li of Fig. 12; Fig. 16 is a longitudinal
sectional view taken on line lG-IG of Fig. 17; '-._
Fig. 17 is a top plan view of the improved feed . '.
tube employed in the pen receiving reservoir in
the structurepf my invention; Fig. 18 is a side
elevation for a modi?ed form of the bottle and
ink well embodying my invention; Fig."19 is a'
vertical sectional view of the device shown in Fig.
30.
18 with the parts shown partially in side eleva
tion; Fig. 20 is an enlarged cross sectional view
of the structure shown in Fig. 19 taken in line 35
20-20 of Fig. 19; and Fig. 21 is a fragmentary
side elevational view of the ink bottle prior to the
engagement thereof with the base support.
Referring to the- drawings in‘ detail, reference :‘o
character I vdesignates the base of the combined
ink bottle'and ink 'well of. my invention having a
pad 2 thereon by which the base I is mounted
on a supporting surface and having a recess 3
therein into which the combined ink well and
ink bottle of my invention extends. The com 45
bined ink well and ink bottle of my invention may - i
be embodied in many di?'erent forms and in de
scribing one or the other of several forms, here
in, it will be understood that I intend all such
forms of the invention to be interchangeable
with respect to any of the other elements of the
structure and that modifications in the structure '
tional view of the combination ink well and‘ bottle . may be made without departing from the scope
constructed ‘in accordance with my invention; of my invention. The structures illustrated here
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in therefore are intended to be considered in the
illustrative‘ sense and not in the limiting sense.
The ink container which is supported in recess
3 in base I is shown at’ 4. The main ink reservoir
closely conforms with the interior cross section
of the container 4 as is illustrated at 5 in which
the main reservoir or container is shown inverted
in position to gravitationally deliver the ink 6
therein to the base of the container 4 as repre
ll) sented at ‘I. The main reservoir 5 has a neck
portion 8 of reduced cross section as compared
with the cross section of the main reservoir 5
and into this reduced portion an annular insert
9 is disposed' having an axial port extending
15 vertically therethrough as indicated at 9a to re
tainer 4, I provide a tight ?tting connection ac
‘cording to the arrangement shown in Fig, 6 in
which main reservoir 5 telescopically engages
container 4 and in which an air outlet and inlet
port 22 is provided in the side wall of container 5
4 at a point below the lowest limit towhich main
reservoir 5 moves. The lower extremity 8a in the
main reservoir 5 is limited in its downward move- Y
ment by contact with the upper inclined wall at
pen receiving reservoir I4. The frusto-conical 10
portion I5 of the pen receiving reservoir I4 ‘may
be covered by hinge cover member ‘23 pivotally
mounted with respect to the frusto-conical por
tion I5, represented at 23a. A capillary rod or
tube member 24 is provided interconnecting the 15
ceive the ink feeding tube ID. The ink feeding base of. the container 4 vand the main body of the
tube I0 is provided with annular ?anges Illa and ink in the main reservoir 5. The capillary 24
“lb thereon on opposite sides of the insert 9 for may be in the form of a rod slotted longitudinally,
the purpose of ?rmly anchoring the ink feeding as represented at 24a, to allow the feeding of
tube ID in the insert 9. The ink feeding tube I0 ink from the main reservoir 5 into the pool of 20
is provided with an outlet port II in one side of ink ‘I in the base of the container 4. The capil
the ink feeding tube substantially above the lary 24 may be a tube apertured at intervals
base of the container 4. The extremity of the through which ink is fed from the main reservoir
ink feeding tube III is serrated as shown at I2 5 into the pool ‘I in the base of the container 4.
The depth of the ink in the pool ‘I is controlled 25
for providing a plurality of ports for the circula
tion of the ink. The pen receiving reservoir I4 or regulated by the contact of the extremity of
is disposed at an acute angle with respect to the the main reservoir at M with the angularly dis
base I and projects beyond the side wall of the posed pen receiving reservoir I4, as shown.
As illustrated in Fig. 10, I may support the
container 4 and terminates in a frusto-conical
end portion illustrated at I5. The ink receiving main reservoir 5 with respect to the interior 30
wall of container 4 by means of lugs 25 cast
reservoir I4 is provided with an air inlet and out
let aperture 16 positioned within the area of the. integral with the inner surfaces of the container
4” The air gap I8 between the main reservoir 5
container 4 as shown. The end of the pen re
ceiving reservoir I4 is apertured or cut away as and the container 4 allows atmospheric pressure
to be exerted against the surface of the ink in 35
35 shown at H. The main ink reservoir 5 is sep
the bottoom of container 4 and the level of the
~ arated from the container 4 by an appreciable
air gap indicated at I8 allowing ' atmospheric bottom of container 4 is ?xed by the position of
pressure to be exerted in the container 4 against the extremity of the main reservoir 5 with re
the surface of the pool of ink represented at ‘I in spect to the base of the container 4.
In lieu of the independent arrangement of the 40
40 the base of the container 4. The ink feeding main reservoir and container, I may construct
tube In serves as a support for the main reservoir
the container and main reservoir integral with
5 above the base of the container 4 and posi
‘tively spaces the main reservoir 5 above the each other, as, shown more particularly in Fig.
bottom of the container 4 at such an elevation 11. In this arrangement, a tubular container 26
Iis provided with a laterally extending partition 15
15 that a quantity of ink may flow into the bottom
member 21 and an end sealing plate 28. The
of container 4 sumcient to ?ood the ink receiv
ing reservoir I4 at the level indicated below the .partition and end plate provide two chambers in
outlet port II to insure a continuous supply of the container, one of which I have designated
ink into which the pen point I9 may be dipped by 29 and the other by reference character 30.
50 from time to time. It will be observed that the Chamber 28 is the storage chamber from which 50
ink is delivered through tubular member 3| and
frusto-conical end portion I5 of the ink receiv
ing reservoir I4 serves as a limiting abutment for through port 3|a to the expansion chamber 30.
A removable plug 32 provides for the initial
‘ the lower end 20 of the handle of the pen repre
sented at 2I to prevent excessive accumulation ?lling of the main reservoir 29 and serves to seal
65 of ink on the point of the pen I9 by too great a the end of tubular member 3i when the main 55
reservoir 29 has been ?lled and when the device
depth of (HP. In lieu of the method of supporting the main is in use. The pen receiving reservoir I4 is
reservoir 5 by means of the ink feeding tube I0, disposed at an acute angle with respect to the
I may directly support the main reservoir 5 by removable base 28 and is provided with aper
~60 contact with the upper surface of the inclined ture I'I adjacent'the base thereof and air inlet 60 x
tubular wall of the pen receiving reservoir I4, as and outlet l6 above the surface of the ink '
. shown in Fig. 5. The extremity 8a of the neck formed in the pool ‘I in the expansion chamber
‘portion~8 of. the main reservoir 5 is reduced in‘ 30. A predetermined quantity of ink is con
cross-section, as presented by 8b, and allows the tinuously supplied from main reservoir 29 to
expansion chamber 30 to maintain pressure .05
delivery of the required quantity of ink to main
tain the level of the ink in the base of container equilibrium within the expansion chamber 30.
In order to insure the proper supply of ink
4 and pen receiving reservoir I4, as indicated at ‘I.
The relatively loose ?t between the exterior to the pen point at all times; I may construct
wall of the main reservoir 5 and the interior wall the pen receiving reservoir in the manner illus
of the container 4 permits atmospheric pressure trated in Figs. 12-17. In this arrangement, the 70
to be exerted against the upper surface of the pen receiving reservoir I4 is arranged as in the
ink in‘ the pool ‘I in the base of the container 4. prior ?gures, that is, at an acute angle with
Where it is impractical to provide a loose ?tting ' respect to the base of container 4. The bore of
connection between the exterior wall of the the pen receiving reservoir I4 I is reduced in
cross-section from a larger diameter at 23 to .16
mainreservoirS andthe interiorwallofthecon
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a smaller diameter at 34 through a tapered wall
portion 35. The tapered zone 35 is disposed sub
stantially at the junction of the upper portion
of the container 4 with the upper portion of the
wall of the, pen receiving reservoir H. A cap
illary slot 36 is out in the upper portion of the
pen receiving reservoir l4. The capillary slot
36 serves to continuously feed ink by capillary
attraction to a position above the level of the
1,0 ink in the pool 1., That is to say, the ink from
pool. ‘I continuously rises in the slot 36 and
occupies a position represented at 31 in slot 36
by reason of capillary attraction. The slot 36
extends to such a position along the tubular por
15 tion of pen receiving reservoir l4 that the upper
portion 33 of the pen point i9 contacts with
the upper portion of capillary slot 36 as a result
of which ink flows from the accumulation at 31
in slot 36 onto the back of the pen.
20 _ The point of the pen is guided into the pen
receiving reservoir l4, as'illustrated more par
ticularly in Fig. 13, where the point of the pen
i9 slides naturally along the frusto-conical ta
pered portion 35 to a position within the pool
of ink ‘I and is a position where the ink feeds
from the accumulation at 31 in capillary slot
36 onto the back of the pen. The dual supply
of ink both at the nib of the pen and on the back
of the pen by reason of the capillary feed fea
30 ture of the pen receiving reservoir of my inven
tion, insures a proper supply of ink to the_pen
point. The withdrawal of the pen point accom
panied by an abrasive action between the nib of
the pen and. the tapered wall 35 of the pen re
ceiving reservoir, tends to remove from the pen
‘nib any excess ink allowing such ink to be
quickly returned to pool ‘I. The capillary slot
36 continuously ?lls up with a new supply ‘of
ink in the zone 31 so that changes of ink may
40 be supplied to the pen as the pen is dipped
from time to time.
In some instances, I have found it more prac
tical to market the ink bottle 5 with screw
threads, as shown at 46 on the neck 6 of the bottle
in Figs. 19 and 21. A ?ange 4| integral with the
neck 6 provides a centering means for the bottle
in inverted position in the base 42. Internal
screw threads 43 are provided in the base 42 for
receiving the screw threads 46 on the neck 6 of
the bottle 5. A port 6b is provided in the end of
neck 6. There is a port 42b in base 42 in align
ment with‘ port 6b in the neck of the bottle
through which the capillary rod 44 extends.
There is a V-shaped groove 44a in rod 44 for
55 facilitating the feeding of ink from the main
body of ink i in bottle 5 to the pool, of ink‘!
in the base 42.
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' For the purpose of strengthening the hollow
base 42, I provide a plurality of radially disposed
webs 42a integrally connected with the base 42.
‘There is a laterally extending partition member
42c integrally connected with the base 42 pro
viding an over?ow chamber 45 throughout which
the ink flows through passages 42d. The base
42,is supported on plate member 46 having an
nular grooves 46a therein for receiving the base
42. The structure of the base and plate 46 is such
.that these elements may readily be molded in a
single integral member. Pads 46b are provided
on plate 46 for mounting the plate in position on
,a supporting surface 41.
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The pen receiving reservoir is shown at 48
projecting through one wall of the base 42 and
slotted at 46a .to allow entry of the ink from pool
‘I, and slotted at 46b to allow capillary feeding of >
ink to the point of pen i9. Particular care is
taken to provide a frusto conical plug portion, 50
on the'pen handle 2| coacting with a comple
mentary tapered portion 46 on the inkgrecelving
reservoir 48. The coaction of the frusto, conical 5
portion 56 and the complementary portion 46 is
such, that when the pen rests in the outlet tube,
the ink receiving reservoir is closed against dust
and evaporation. -
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The form of my invention illustrated in Figs. 10
18-21, lends itself to production and marketing,
very readily.
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A port 5| is ‘provided between the pool section
‘I of the base and the expansion chamber sec
tion 45 of the base as shown.
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The ink well and bottle of my invention operate
upon the principle of hydrostatics in which the
level of the ink in the pool ‘I is maintained under
action of atmospheric pressure and partial vacu
um formed in the main reservoir.
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I have found the combined ink well and bottle
of my invention highly, practical and successful
in its operation, and while I have described my‘
invention in certain of its preferred embodiments,
I desire that it be understood that modi?cations 25
may. be made and that no limitations upon my in~
vention are intended other than are imposed by
the scope of the appended claims.
What I claim as new and desire to secure by
Letters Patent of the United States is as fol- 30
lows:
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1. In a device of the class described, a con
tainer forming an ink receiver, a pen receiving
reservoir constituted by a tubular member ex
tending at an acute angle to the base of said re- 35
ceiver and projecting through one wall of said
receiver, and a main reservoir for ink mounted
in inverted position in said container and main
tained in a predetermined position above the bot
tom of said container by abutment with the in- 40
clined wall of said pen receiving reservoir.
2. In a device of the class described, an ink
receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir projecting
through one wall of said receptacle and disposed
at an acute angle with respect to the base thereof, 45
a bottle containing a supply of ink mounted in in
verted position in said receptacle, said bottle hav
ing a contracted neck portion abutting with a
portion of the inclined wall of said pen receiving
reservoir, ink and air feeding apertures between 50
said pen receiving reservoir and said receptacle,
and means for feeding ink by capillary attraction
from said ink bottle into said receptacle.
3. -A device of the class described comprising an
ink receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reser- 55
voir constituted by a tubular member projecting
through one wall of said receptacle and inclined
at an acute angle with respect to the base thereof,
ink and air feeding apertures interconnecting
said tubular member with the interior of said 60
receptacle, an ink bottle arranged to‘ be mounted
in inverted position in said receptacle, said ink
bottle having a contracted neck portion adapted
to abut against the upper wall of said inclined tu
bular member forming said pen receiving reser- c5
voir, and means for admitting atmospheric pres
sure, into said ink receiving receptacle.
4. A device of the class described comprising an
ink receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir
constituted by a tubular member projecting 70
through one wall of said receptacle and inclined
at an acute angle with respect to the base thereof,‘
ink and air feeding apertures interconnecting
said tubular member with the interior of said re
ceptacle, an ink bottle arranged to be mounted 75
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in inverted position in said receptacle, said ink ' traction upwardly along said pen receiving reser
bottle having a contracted neck portion adapted voir for discharge upon a pen point insertable
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to abut against the upper wall of said inclined into said pen receiving reservoir.
10. In a device of the class described, an ink
tubular member forming said pen receiving reser
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voir, and a port in one side of said receptacle receiving receptacle, a tubular member constitut- _ 6
for admitting atmospheric pressure to the body ing a pen receiving reservoir projecting through
of ink therein and directly over the surface of the one wall of said ink receiving receptacle and dis
ink determined by the elevation of the extremity posed at an acute angle with respect to the base
of the neck of said bottle above the base of said thereof, an ink bottle mounted in inverted posi
tion for supplying ink to said ink receiving re- 10
receptacle.
ceptacle under hydrostatic pressure, the tubular -
5. In a device of the class described, an ink re
ceiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir com
prising a tubular member extending through one
wall of said ink receiving receptacle and disposed
at an acute angle with respect to the base there
of, ink and air ports interconnecting said pen re
ceiving reservoir with said ink receiving recep
member constituting said pen receiving reservoir
having a longitudinally extending slot in the up
per wall thereof and having an annular guide
for ‘a pen point inlet thereof immediately above
the termination of the slotted portion thereof, 4
said annular guide operating to direct a pen point
tacle, an ink bottle, and a tubular extension on ' insertable into said pen receiving reservoir to a
said ink bottle projecting through said pen re
20 ceiving reservoir and apertured adjacent the base
for delivering ink to said ink receiving receptacle,
said extension predetermining the elevation of
position in contact with the slotted portion of
said pen receiving reservoir for receiving a 20
charge of ink elevated by capillary attraction
from said ink receivng reservoir.
> said bottle above the base of said receptacle.
6. In a device of the class described, an ink
11. A combined ink well and ink bottle com
prising a base, a bottle-like reservoir having a
receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir
comprising a'tubular member extending at an
acute angle with respect to the base of said recep
tacle and projecting through one wall thereof, an
ink bottle mounted in inverted position in said
30 receptacle and maintained at a predetermined
elevation above the base of said receptacle for
continuously supplying ink thereto under hydro
screw-threaded neck of said bottle in inverted
position, a horizontally disposed partition mem
ber in said base dividing said base into upper
and lower covmpartments, a pen receiving reser
voir projecting through said compartments, and
means for feeding ink by capillary attraction into
static pressure, and means for feeding ink up
said pen receiving reservoir from said upper com
wardly through a portion of said pen receiving
reservoir from said ink receiving receptacle by
partment.
capilliary attraction.
7. In a device of the class described, an ink
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screw-threaded neck thereon, a screw-threaded 25
central portion in said base for receiving the
receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir
comprising a tubular member extending at an
acute angle with respect to the base of said re
ceptacle and projecting through one wall there
of, an ink bottle mounted in inverted position in
said receptacle and maintained at a predeter
mined elevation above the base of said receptacle
for continuously supplying ink thereto under hy
drostatic pressure, the tubular member constitut
ing said pen receiving reservoir being slotted at
one side thereof for feeding ink upwardly in a
portion of said pen receiving reservoir from said
ink receiving receptacle.
8. In a device of the class described, an ink
receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir
comprising a tubular member extending 'at an
acuate angle with respect to the base of said
receptacle and projecting through one wall there
of, an ink bottle mounted in inverted position
in said receptacle and maintained at a predeter
mined elevation above the base of said receptacle
for continuously supplying ink thereto under hy
drostatic pressure, the tubular member compris
60 ing said pen receiving reservoir being slotted
along the upper portion thereof for feeding ink
upwardly along said pen receiving reservoir by
capillary attraction.
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9. In a device of the class described, an ink
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12. A combined ink well and ink bottle com
prising a base, a bottle-like reservoir having a
screw-threaded neck thereon, a screw-threaded
central portion in said base for receiving the
screw-threaded neck of said bottle in inverted
position, a horizontally disposed partition mem 40
ber in said base dividing said base into upper and
lower compartments, a pen receiving reservoir
projecting through said compartments, means
for feeding ink by capillary attraction into said *
pen receiving reservoir from said upper com- 45
partmen't, and a port interconnecting said com
partments.
13. A combined ink well and ink bottle com‘
prising a base, a bottle-like reservoir having a
screw-threaded neck thereon, a screw-threaded 50
central portion in said base for receiving the
screw-threaded neck of said bottle in inverted
position, a horizontally disposed partition mem
ber in said base dividing said base into upper and
lower compartments, a pen receiving reservoir 55
projecting through said compartments, means for
feeding ink by capillary attraction into said pen
receiving reservoir from said upper compartment,
and radially extending webs integrally connected
with the central socket portion of said base and w
the exterior walls thereof.
14. In a device of the class described, an (ink
receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir
. comprisinga tubular member extending through
one wall of said ink receiving receptacle and dis
posed at. an acute angle with respect to the base '
receiving receptacle, a tubular member constitut
ing a pen receiving reservoir projecting through thereof, an ink port interconnecting said p‘en re
one wall of said ink receiving receptacle and dis ceiving reservoir with said ink receiving recep
posed at an acuate angle with respect to the tacle, and a port in one side of said ink receiv
base thereof, an ink bottle mounted in inverted ing receptacle for admitting atmospheric pres
70 position
for supplying ink to said ink receiving re -sure to the body of ink therein and directly over
ceptacle under hydrostatic pressure, the tubular ‘the surface of the ink, determined by the eleva
member constituting said pen receiving reservoir tion of the extremity of the neck of the bottle
above the base of said receptacle,yan ink bottle,
having a longitudinally extending slot in the up
means for mounting said ink bottle in inverted 76
per wall thereof for feeding ink by capillary at
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position in said receptacle, said bottle having a
contracted neck portion, a restricted opening in
said contracted neck portion, and a loose ?tting
capillary element extending through said re
restricted opening in said contracted neck por
tion and abutting the bottom of said ink receiv
ing receptacle for inducing ink by capillary at
tration from said bottle into said ink receiving
receptacle.
15. In a device of the class described, an ink
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ink bottle, means for mounting said ink bottle in
inverted position in said receptacle, said bottle
having a contracted neck portion, a restricted
opening in said contracted neck portion, and a
loose ?tting capillary eleinent extending through
said restricted opening and abutting the bottom
of said ink receiving receptacle for inducing ink
by capillary attraction as well as hydrostatic
pressure to move from said ink bottle into said
ink receiving receptacle, the tubular member con 10
receiving receptacle, a pen receiving reservoir stituting said pen receiving reservoir being slotted
comprising a tubular member extending through along the upper portion thereof for feeding ink
one wall of said ink receiving receptacle and dis-' upwardly along said tubular member above the
posed at an acute angle with respect to the base level of ink in said pen receiving reservoir by cap
- thereof, an ink port interconnecting said pen re
ceiving reservoir with said ink receiving recepta
cle, an air port in one side 01' said receptacle, an
illary attraction.
CAREY G. GREGORY.
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