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Aug. 25, 1936.
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. s. MARCUS
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FLEXIBLE DOLL HEAD ANDIEYE SET THEREFOR
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Filed Nov. 4, 1932
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Patented Aug. 25, 1936
2,051,875.
UNITED STATES PATENT. OFFICE
2,051,875
FLEXIBLE DOLL HEAD AND EYE SET
THEREFOR
‘Samuel Marcus, Belle Harbor, N. Y., assignor to >
Margon Corporation, New York, N. Y., a corpo- _
ration of New York
Application November 4, 1932, Serial No. 641,205
18 Claims. (Cl. 467-169)
This invention relates to dolls, particularly dolls
having ?exible heads made, for example, of rub
ber, and especially to such dolls provided. with
V movable eyes, as well as eye set mechanism used
therein.
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Dolls having body or/and head parts made of
?exible material such as rubber, have proved pop
ular because of their closer resemblance to‘ a nat
Such ?exible heads have not com
10 ural child.
monly been provided with movable eyes because
of extreme and more or less self-evident di?icul
ties which arise because of the ?exible nature of
the head. The primary and general object of
the present invention resides in the provision of
appropriate eye set mechanism especially de
signed for use in ?exible heads.
If an ordinary type of_ extension bridge is used
in connection with a rubber head, distortion of
the head may cause dislodgment of the eye set.
Even if the tangs on the eye set are made of the
port ‘means and interlocking of the support
means-and spacer means to'hold the same in
desired assembled relation.’
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Furtherobjects of the present invention center
about its application to illustrative species, spe
ci?cally, a ?rst form utilizing separate side’ plates,
and asecond form utilizing an extension bridge.
Still further'objects are to protect the ‘eye shells
against pressure applied immediately adjacent
the same, and; in the case of the extension bridge, 10
to prevent displacement or retraction of the tang
plates. Still another object of the presentin
vention is to stiffen or support the rear or scalp
portion of the head so that compression of the
head is prevented not only at the temples im
mediately adjacent the eye set, but also ‘around .
the rear of the head.
To the accomplishment of theforegoing and
such other objects as will hereinafter appear, my
invention consists in the ?exible rubber dolls’
vhead and eye set supporting elements, and their
relation one to the other as hereinafter are more
barbed type described in my copending applica
tion Ser. No. 634,315, ?led Sept. 22, 1932, so that
the individual tangs are hooked in the material particularly described in the speci?cation and
25 of the head, di?culty may nevertheless arise be
sought to be de?ned in the claims.’ 'I'he'speci
cause compression of the side walls of the head ?cation is accompanied by a drawing,_in which:
tends to slide the tang plates toward one another,
Fig; 1 is a vertical section'taken throughja
thereby distorting the head or else dislodging the head embodying one form of my invention; v
eye set. Even if the eye set is provided with sep
' Fig. 2,is a vertical section taken in. the plane
30 arate side plates instead of a cross bridge, side
ward compression of the head causes dif?culty
because it may be transmitted to the eye mem
bers, with consequent displacement of the same.
One important object of the present invention is
to overcome the foregoing di?iculties and to pro
vide an eye set mechanism or ?tting which ex
tends across and acts as a positive spacer means
between'the side walls of the head, thereby pre
venting squeezing together of the side walls of
40 the head at the temples, and consequently pro
tecting the oscillatable eye set against injury, dis
placement, or dislodgment.
In the case of the rubber head, as in the case or
a rigid head, it is'desirable and convenient to be
45 able to insert and mount the eye set ?tting in the
dolls’ head through the neck opening of the head.
‘It is also advantageous to be able to locate the
point of attachment of_ the ?tting with reference
to the eye openings in the head by actually plac
of the line 2-2 in Fig‘. 1;,
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Fig. 3 is a'horizontal section taken in the plane '30
of the line 3-3v in Fig. 1, but showing the manner
in which the cross bar is added to the support
means of the eye set;
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Fig. 4 is a similar section showing the support
means and spacer bar in assembled relation;
Fig. 5 is a vertical section taken through a
second form of doll head embodying features of
my invention; and
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Fig. 6 is a horizontal section taken in the’plane
of the line 6—6 in Fig. 5.
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Referring‘to the drawing, my invention is there
illustrated in two forms: the ?rst form being
drawn in ‘Figs. 1 to _4 of the drawing; and the
second form being shown in Figs. 5 and 6 of the
drawing; The second form as illustrated itself 45
comprehends a number of features of invention
Which may be employed inthe alternative as well
50 ing the eye shells in the eye openings when at—
as conjointly, so that several species of the in
vention are illustrated in Figs. 5 and 6 of the
in disclosed. For this purpose I ?nd it‘ both
feasible and desirable to divide the ?tting so that
a spacer means is provided separate from and
eye set E which is oscillatably supported by eye
drawing.
taching the ?tting. Further objects of the pres
ent invention are to ful?l the foregoing desiderata I ' Referring to'all of the ?gures 01' the drawing,
while utilizing the improved types of ?tting here
the invention is generically characterized by the
_ additional'to the tanged support means which
support‘the eye set in place.
The spacer means
is preferably suitably related to the support
60 means to permit subsequent insertion of the sup
fact that a doll head H is provided with a movable
set mounting and head sti?ening means including
tang plates T bearing tangswhich are embedded
in the material of the dolls’ head, and positive
spacer‘ means 5 or P for stiffening the head against
compression. ' In the arrangement shown in Figs.
5 and 6 the stiffening plate P may be used in lieu 60
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of the spacer means S as well as in addition there
to as now illustrated. In other words, as applied
to Figs. 5 and 6 the spacer means may be the cross
bar S and the plate P, or the latter alone. ' In all
cases the parts mate or interlock.
Considered in another generic aspect, the pres
operation. In fact, the holes in the side plates
may be elongated or slot-like.
It will further
be understood that the protective mask described
in my aforesaid copending application is pref
erably used during the mounting operation, such
a mask being indicated at M in Figs. 3 and 4 and
ent invention comprises a head H, an eye set E,
and eye set mounting and head‘ stiffening means
arranged in two separate parts intended for suc
comprising a rigid outer shell or casing 30 the
inner wall of which is open and which is ?lled
with a set molded material such as plaster of
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In the arrangement Paris, this ?lling being indicated at 32. The
mask
is
molded
against
and
conforms
accurately
of Figs. 1 to 4 the ?rst part consists of the tang
plates T which oscillatably support the eye set E to the particular type of head being operated
and which are su?icient in themselves for that upon, and imparts to the front and side walls
purpose, while the second part consists of the thereof in the region of the eye set a rigidity fully
equal to that of a rigid head. The mask is pref
15 spacer bar S which is inserted in the head after
the tang plates have been mounted in place, the erably provided with windows 34 exposing'the eye
spacer bar and tang plates being interlocked to openings l2 and eye shells i 4 during the mounting
hold them in the assembled relation. In the operation.
Each of the side plates T is provided with an
arrangement of Figs. 5 and 6 the ?rst part of the
interlock aperture 36, (see Fig. 1) and the edge of
20 ?tting includes the support bridges with the slid
able tang plates T, and this sui?ces in itself to said aperture is preferably dished outwardly to
oscillatably support the eye set E. The second slightly space the side plate from the abutting
part consists of the stiffening plate P which is side wall of the head. This dishing is evident
arranged to be inserted in the head after the from an inspection of Fig. 1, and the resulting
25 eye set and bridge have been mounted in place, spacing of the side plate is clearly shown in Figs.
and here again the ?rst and second parts of the 2, -3, and 4. These features have to do with
?tting are arranged with appropriate mating or interlocking the spacer bar S to the side plate T,
10 cessive insertion in the head.
interlocking means for holding the same in as
sembled relation.
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Referring now to Figs. 1 to 4, the head H is
a ?exible head made, for example, of rubber, and
is provided with eye openings l2. The eye set E
includes eye shells I4 mounted on a cross rod l6
which in turn carries a depending gravity weight
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H3. The eye shells l4 and their mode of attach
ment to cross rod 16 may be of ‘conventional type,
the eye shells preferably being permitted a degree
The spacer bar S is rigid and dimensioned to
extend between the side walls and to prevent com
pression of the same toward one another. In
the present case it is made of a piece of sheet
metal 40 the upper and lower edges of which are
bent over to form ?anges 42, thereby stiffening
the member because of the resulting channel
formation. The ends of the spacer bar are bent
cated at 22, in order to hold the cross rod and
forwardly to form end ?anges 44, best shown
in Fig. 3. When the bar is mounted in place,
these ?anges are inserted between the side plates
and the head, as will be clearly‘evident from» a 40
comparison of Fig. 3 with Fig. 4. It is to facilitate
this insertion that the side plates are preferably
tang plates in assembled relation during ship
initially spaced slightly from the side walls of
ment, mounting, and use of the ?tting.
the head, as was previously pointed out. _
of self-adjustment on the cross rod. - The ends
of cross rod l6 are supported in arms 20 which
extend forwardly from tang plates T. The ends
.40 of the cross rod are preferably upset, as is indi
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as will next be described.
The tang
plates are further provided with upwardly and
downwardly extending arms 24 the ends of which
are provided with prongs or tangs 26. These
tangs are preferably directed toward one another
when embedded in the material of the head, so
that
they come into mutually locking formation.
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‘This is best brought out in Fig. 2 in which it will
be understood that the initial position of the arms
is illustrated in broken lines at 24,’, whereas when
the arms are forced outwardly against the ‘side
walls of the head, they assume the full line posi
tion 24, the tangs 26 meanwhile converging to
ward one another in the material of the head.
No tool has been illustrated for applying the
tang plates to the head, but it may be brie?y
pointed out that a tool may be used generally
so resembling that described in my copending appli
cation Ser. No. 641,206 ?led November 4, 1932,
consisting of a standard expansion plier mech
anism such as is used for extension bridges of
65 the kind shown in Fig. 6, together with an attach
ment supported on the end of the extension plier
vmechanism and provided with appropriate hear
ing or abutment surfaces for pressing against the
side plates, but in the present case the abutment
70 surfaces bear against the four arms 24 at each
side of the head. A degree of looseness or reces
sion of the eye shells [4 in the eye openings [2
may be obtained by using a special support on
the mounting tool which blocks up the cross rod
relative to the side plates during the mounting
The spacer bar is further provided with hooks 45
46 located within the end ?anges 44 and initially
bent inwardly or toward one another, as is clearly
shown in Fig. 3. These hooks are most simply
formed by striking up a part of the material of
the spacer member, leaving open slots 48 best 50
shown in Fig. 2. When the spacer bar is inserted
in place, the hooks 46 are bent outwardly and
penetrate the apetures 36 in the side plates, there
by interlocking the spacer bar and side plates.
To add the spacer bar to the already attached
side plates, an appropriate tool may be used
which preferably is a simple hand tool in the form
of expansion pliers. This tool is indicated in Fig.
3; and comprises oppositely movable plier arms
50 fulcrumed at 52 and each bearing a preferably
biased pin 54. Pins 54 are adapted to extend
through the slots 48 in the spacer bar and hold
the same on the plier, the latter being passed
through the neck opening of the doll and used to
place the spacer bar in desired position. By
then expanding the pliers the pins 54 are forced
against hooks 45 and interlock the same with the
side plates. The ?anges 46 meanwhile ‘tend to
prevent spreading apart of the side plates, which 70
is desirable if the head is removed from the pro
tective mask M before adding the spacer bar.
However, the mask and head may be left in as- '
sembled relation, as shown in Figs. 3 and 4, after
the side ‘plates have been attached, so that the 75
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head will be protected by the mask during the
addition of the spacer bar.
From an inspection of the assembly shown in
Fig. 4, it will be evident that by the addition of
the spacer bar to the simple side plates, the sides
of the head are directly supported against com
pression toward one another by the end ?anges
M; the side plates are directly supported against
compression toward one another by the hooks 48
as well as the ends of the top and bottom ?anges
52; and the side plates and sides of the head are
prevented from expanding. outwardly because
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the end ?anges 44': hold the side plates in tension.
While the side plate shown in the present form
of the invention differs somewhat from that il
lustrated in my copending applications hereto
fore referred to, it will be understood thatthe
spacer means of the present inventionmay, with
very slight modi?cation, be applied to- the form
of side plate shown in the aforesaid copending
applications, it being simply necessary to ‘pro
vide the side plate and spacer bar with any de
sired form of interlocking means permitting ade
dition of the spacer bar subsequent to mounting
of the side plate in the head. It will also be
understood that while the tangs here illustrated
are not barbed, it is possible to use barbed tangs
such as are illustrated in my prior applications,
if desired.
Referring now to Figs. 5 and 6 of the drawing,
the eye set E may be of conventional type includ
ing eye shells and a depending gravity weight
mounted on a cross rod 60; but the cross rod 69
is preferably elongated so that the ends 62 there
of project a substantial distance beyond the out
or walls of the eye shells. This is of advantage
because any compression of the head localized
to the region just outside of the eye shells will be
received by the end of the cross rod and thus
40 prevents the eye shell from being displaced along
the cross rod.
Of course, if the eye shell is of
the self-adjustable type, a limited movement will
not injure the eye set, but considerable movement
will displace the mean position of the eye shell
45 on the cross rod, and such displacement must,
of course, be avoided. -
The eye set is supported on an extension bridge
which, for the most part,~is similar to that de
scribed in my copending applications heretofore
'50 referred to, said bridge comprising a channel
member 64 having forwardly extending bifur
cated arms 66 which support cross rod 60, and
carrying a pair of tang plates T frictionally slid
able therein. The tang plates are provided at
55 their outer extremities with preferably barbed
tangs '63 and stop lugs 10. The tang plates are
also apertured at 12, ?rst, to receive the pins of
expansion plier mechanism when extending the
bridge to mount the same in the head; and sec
60 ondly to receive mating tongues on plate P if it
is desired to use the said plate. Conventional
resilient means 'M'may be interposed between
the bridge and the eye set so as to yie'idably urge
the eye members into engagement with the eye
openings of the head.
The channel member 64 is elongated and di
mensioned to just ?t between the side walls of
the head so that the ends of the channel member
bear against the side walls of the head and act
as a positive stop for limiting compression of the
head. 'Of course, with an elongated channel
member such as is here described, it is essential
that the tang plates be retracted entirely within
the channel member when mounting the same
75 in the head, and it is therefore necessary, ?rst,
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that the tangs 68 fit within the channel member;
and secondly, that the stops 10 be sufficiently
small in dimension to slide along the channel
member.
It will be evident,. without further descrip
tion, that the bridge may be placed upon the
usual expansion plier?xture, the head placed
over the eyes in the usual manner, a protective
mask preferably being employed as described in
my prior‘applications, and the tool then operat
ed to extend the bridge and embed the tangs in
the material of the head. The tangs if spurred,
as is preferably the case, will hold tenaciously in
the material of the head. Compression of the
side walls of the head, instead of simplyforcing 15
the tang plates toward one another and thereby
tending to release the bridge, is effectively pre
vented by the rigid channel member 64, which
then acts as an effective spacer bar, just as in
the case of the spacer ‘bar S described in con 20
nection with Figs. 1 to 4 of the drawing.
The head is preferably further provided with
spacer means in the form of a stiffening plate P.
This plate extends generally horizontally and
rearwardly from the bridge to the rear wall of‘ 25
the head. The plate is formed from sheet metal,
and its outer edge 80 is curved to conform to the
shape of the inner wall of the head, while its for
ward edge is dimensioned and shaped to bear
against the extension bridge. The outer wall 86 30
is preferably ?anged, as shown at 82, to provide
a broad bearing surface, and the rear wall of the
head isrpreferably thickened and recessed, as is
indicated at 84, to receive and hold the rear edge
of the plate in desired position.
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The plate P and the extension bridge are pref
erably provided with mating means for holding
the same in proper assembled relation.
In the
present case the plate is provided with forwardly
extending lugs or tongues 86 so located as to
mate with the holes 12 in the tang plates. Inas
much as the forwardly extending arms 66 are
struck from the front wall of channel member
64, ample space is provided permitting penetra
tion of tongues 86 through the entire bridge. The
center of the plate B may be cut away, as shown 45
at 88, in order’ to save metal, and the front wall
may be cut away or recessed, as shown at 90, so
as to accommodate the preferably notched end
of an arm or tool 92 which may be used when
mounting the plate in the head. Thus, refer 50
ring to Fig. 5, the plate is forced through the
neck opening with its rounded edge foremost, the
opening being elastic and stretching to receive
The rear edge of the plate is then
pushed into recess 84 at the back of the head, 5.5
after which the notched end of arm 92 is applied
to recess 90 and forced rearwardly from the
broken line position 92’, P' shown in Fig. 5, until
aligned with the bridge, when it will. snap into
place. under the elastic force of the rubber head. 60
The dimensions of the plate, of course, are made
such as to keep the head under tension and there
by insure secure mounting of the plate within
' the plate.
the head.
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The forward side edges of the ‘plate are ‘pref 65
erably dimensioned to ?t just inside of stop lugs
‘ii! on tang'plates T, as is indicated at 94 in Fig. 6
of the drawing. With such a construction the
plate P serves not only to prevent compression of
the side walls of the head at the rear part of the
head, but also effectively prevents any movement
of the tang plates toward one another, and thus
accomplishes in another‘way the function. here
tofore attributed to the elongated channel mem 75
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supporting means, and head stiffening means, the
ber or spacer bar S. It will thus be readily ap
eye set including a pair of eye shells mounted on
a cross rod carrying a depending gravity weight,
the supporting means including means to oscil
parent that if the plate P is added to the bridge,
it is not essential for the channel member 64 to
be elongated in the manner heretofore described.
If, on the other hand, the'channel member is
latably support the eye set and oppositely movable
tangs adapted to be embedded in the material of
elongated, it is not essential to add 'the'plate P;
and if the plate P is added, in order to stiffen the
the dolls’ head when mounting the eye set and
supporting means in the head, and said stiffening
rear portion of the head, it is not essential that
the forward edges 94‘ of the plate be dimensioned
means being arranged to be added to the support
means subsequent to mounting of the eye set and
support means in the head, said stiffening means
10 to ?ll the space between the stop lugs 10.
Both
precautions have been illustrated in the arrange
ment shown in Figs.v 5 and 6 and may, of course,
be employed, the arrangement then having the
advantage of making the same bridge utilizable
regardless of whether or not the sti?ening plate
is subsequently added.
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being rigid and properly dimensioned to stiffen
the head and being provided with means engag
ing and mating with the support means in order
to lock the stiffening, means and support means
together within the head.
6. The combination with a ?exible dolls’ head
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It is believed that the mode of constructing
and using the improved forms of ?exible dolls’
head ?tted with eye set supporting and head
having eye openings, of a movable eye set, means
for supporting said eye set in the dolls’ head, and
spacer 'means for protectively rigidifying the
head, said supporting'means including means to
' sti?ening means, as well as the many advantages
thereof, will, for the most part, be apparent from
the foregoing detailed description. It will further
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be apparent that while I have shown and de
scribed my invention in preferred forms, many
N) CI changes and modi?cations may be made in the
structures disclosed. without departing from the
spirit of the invention, de?ned in the following
claims.
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I claim:
1. A ?tting for use with a flexible rubber dolls’
head, said ?tting comprising a movable eye set,
complete support means for supporting the same
wi.-1in the dolls’ head, said support means in
cluding tang plates having tangs adapted to be
‘ embedded in the side walls of the dolls’ head, and
spacer means additional to the support means
and designed to prevent compression of the sides
of the head near the‘ aforesaid eye set.
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2. The combination with a ?exible, dolls’ head
provided with eye openingrgof a movable eye'set,
complete support means for supporting the same
within the dolls’ head, said support means-in
cluding tang plates having tangs embedded in the
side walls of the dolls’ head, and spacer means
additional to the support means and preventing
compression of the sides of the head near the
aforesaid eye set.
3. The combination with‘ a ?exible rubber dolls’
head provided with eye openings, of a movable
eye set, complete support means for supporting
the same within the dolls’ head, said support
means including tangs embedded in the side walls
of the dolls’ head, positive spacer means addi
tional to the support means and extending be
tween said tang plates and bearing against the
same, and means holding the support means and
spacer means in assembled relation. _
4. A ?tting designed for use in a ?exible dolls’
head, said ?tting comprising an eye set, eye set
supporting means, and head sti?ening means, the
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supporting means including means to oscillatably
support the eye set and tangs adapted to be em
bedded in the material of the dolls’ head when
mounting the eye set and supporting means in
oscillatably support the eye set, and relatively
movable tangs embedded in the material of the
dolls’ head, and said spacer means being rigid
and properly dimensioned to stiffen the head in
the region of the eye set and adapted for inser
tion in the head subsequent to insertion of the
support means.
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7. The combination with a ?exible rubber dolls’
head having eye openings, of a movable eye set,
means for supporting said eye set in the dolls’
head, and spacer means'for protectively rigidify
ing the head, said eye set comprising eye shells
mounted on a cross rod having a depending grav
ity weight, said supporting means including means 3
to oscillatably support the eye set, and relatively
movable tangs embedded in the material of the
dolls’ head, and said spacer means being rigid
and properly dimensioned to sti?en the head and
being provided with means engaging and mating ' 40
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with the support means in order to lock the sup
port means and spacer means together within the
head.
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8. A ?tting for'use with a ?exible dolls’ head,
said ?tting comprising an _ eye set, complete
mounting means for said eye set including a pair
of side plates each bearing an end of the eye set,
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said plates having a plurality of tangs adapted
to be embedded in the side walls of the dolls’ head,
and also having interlock means, and stiffen
ing means additional to the mounting means and
including a cross bar and interlock means for
mating with the aforesaid interlock means on the
side plates.
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9. An eye set mounting and head stiffening ?t
ting for use with a ?exible rubber dolls’ head. said
?tting comprising an eye setincluding a cross rod
carrying eye shells and a depending gravity
weight, mounting means for said eye set includ
ing a pair of side plates each having a forwardly 60
extending arm bearing an end of the cross rod,
said plates having a plurality of tangs adapted to
be embedded in the side walls of the dolls’ head,
and also having an interlock aperture, and stif
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theyhead, and said sti?ening means being rigid
and properly dimensioned to stiffen the head and
fening means including a channel cross bar hav
adapted for insertion in the head subsequent to
insertion of the support means, and being pro
vided with means engaging and mating with the
support means in order to lock the stiffening
means and support means together within the
head.
5. An eye set mounting and head stiffening ?t
between the side plat-es and the material of the
dolls’ head after said side plates have been
mounted in the head, and a pair of outwardly
bendable hooks so located within the end ?anges 70
that upon being bent outwardly they enter the
aforesaid interlock apertures in the side plates
_ ting designed for use in a ?exible rubber dolls‘
side plates and the subsequently added cross bar.
10. The combination with a ?exible dolls’ head 75
head, said ?tting comprising an eye set, eye set
ing forwardly bent end flanges adapted to slide
and thus lock together the previously inserted
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of an eye set, complete mounting means for said
eye set including a pair of side plates each bear
ing an end of the eye set, each of said plates hav
ing a plurality of tangs embedded in the side
walls of the dolls’ head, and also having interlock
means, and stiffening means additional to the
mounting means and including a cross bar and in
terlock means mating with the aforesaid inter
lock means on the side plates.
11. The combination with a ?exible rubber
dolls’ head of an eye set including a cross rod
mounting of the supporting bridge in the head,
the outer edge of said plate being dimensioned to
conform to the inner wall of the head, and the
forward edge of said plate being dimensioned'to
bear against the bridge, said plate and bridge fur
ther including mating lugs and recesses for'lock
ing the plate and bridge together.
15. An eye set mounting and head stiffening
?tting for use with a ?exible dolls’ head, com‘
prising an eye set, a supporting bridge, and a 1O
means additional to the mounting means and in
spacer plate, said supporting bridge including a
channel cross member having forwardly extend
ing arms for oscillatably supporting the eye set,
and outwardly movable tang plates adapted to
be spread apart and embedded in the side walls 15
of the dolls’ head, and said spacer plate being
adapted for insertion in the dolls’ head subse
quent to mounting of the supporting bridge in
the head, the outer edge of said plate being
end ?anges positioned between the side plates and
head, and the forward edge of said plate being
carrying eye shells and 2. depending gravity
weight, complete mounting means for said eye
set including a pair of side plates each having a
15 forwardly extending arm bearing an end of the
cross rod, said plates having a plurality of tangs
embedded in the side walls of the dolls’ head, and
also having an interlock aperture, and stiffening
20 cluding a channel cross bar having forwardly bent
the material of the dolls’ head, and a pair of
hooks located within the end ?anges and bent
outwardly into the aforesaid interlock apertures
25 in the side plates.
12. A ?tting for use with a ?exible dolls’ head,
comprising an eye set, support means, and a
spacer plate of substantial area, said support
means including means for oscillatably support
30 ing the eye set, and tangs adapted to be embed
ded in the side walls of the dolls’ head, and said
spacer plate being adapted for insertion in the
dolls’ head subsequent to mounting of the sup
port means in the head, the out-er edge of said
plate being dimensioned to conform to the out
line of the inner wall of the head in the plane of
the plate, and the forward edge of said plate be
ing dimensioned to bear against and mate with
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the support means.
13. An eye set mounting and head stiffening
?tting for use with a ?exible rubber dolls’ head,
comprising an eye set, a supporting bridge, and
a spacer plate of substantial area extending rear
wardly from said bridge, said eye set including a
45 cross rod carrying eye shells and a depending
gravity weight, said supporting bridge including
a channel cross member having forwardly ex
tending bifurcated arms for oscillatably support
ing the eye set, and outwardly movable tang
plates adapted to be spread apart and embedded
in the side walls of the dolls’ head, and said
spacer plate being adapted for insertion in the
dolls’ head subsequent to mounting of the sup
porting bridge in the head, the outer edge of
55 said plate being dimensioned to conform to the
outline of the inner wall of the head in the plane
of the plate, and the forward edge of said plate
being dimensioned to bear against the bridge.
14. An eye set mounting and head stiffening
?tting for use with a ?exible rubber dolls’ head,
comprising an eye set, a supporting bridge, and
a spacer plate extending rearwardly from said
bridge, said eye set including a cross rod carrying
eye shells and a depending gravity weight, said
65 supporting bridge including a channel cross
60
member having forwardly extending bifurcated
arms for oscillatably supporting the eye set, and
outwardly movable tang plates adapted to be
spread apart and embedded in the side walls of
70 the dolls’ head, and said spacer plate being adapt
ed for insertion in the dolls’ head subsequent to
dimensioned to conform to the inner wall of the 20
dimensioned to bear against the bridge, the
channel member of the bridgebeing dimensioned
to bear against the side walls of the dolls’ head
in order to prevent displacement of the tang
plates.
16. The combination with a ?exible rubber
dolls’ head of an eye set, a supporting bridge,
and a spacer plate, said supporting bridge in
cluding a channel cross member having forward
ly extending arms for oscillatably supporting the
eye set, and outwardly movable tang plates em
bedded in the side walls of the dolls’ head, the
outer edge of said spacer plate being dimensioned
to conform to the inner wall of the head, and the 35
forward edge of said plate being dimensioned
to bear against the bridge, and means to pre
vent displacement of the tang plates, said means
including rearwardly extending stop lugs on the
tang plates and means on said spacer plate com
40
ing between said stop lugs and preventing move
ment of the same toward one another.
17. The combination with a ?exible rubber
dolls’ head of an eye set, a supporting bridge, and
a spacer plate extending rearwardly from said 45
bridge, said eye set including a cross rod carry~
ing eye shells and a depending gravity Weight,
said supporting bridge including a channel cross
member having forwardly extending bifurcated
arms for oscillatably supporting the eye set, and 50
movable tang plates embedded in the side walls
of the dolls’ head, and said spacer plate being
dimensioned to conform to the inner wall of the
head, the forward edge of said plate bearing
against the bridge, said plate and bridge includ
ing mating lugs and recesses locking the same
together, and said head including a locating re
cess for receiving the rear edge of the plate.
18. A ?tting for use with a ?exible rubber
dolls’ head, said ?tting comprising a movable 60
eye set, complete support means itself adequate
for supporting the same within the dolls’ head,
said support means including tang plates adapt
ed to be embedded in the side walls of the dolls’
head, positive spacer means additional to the 65
support means and adapted to extend between
said tang plates to de?nitely ?x the spacing
therebetween, and means for holding the sup
port means and spacer means in assembled re
lation.
SAMUEL MARCUS‘.
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