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2,369,549 ‘Patented Feb. 13, 1945 UNITED STATES. PATENT‘ OFFICE 2,369,549_ PRINTED LABEL asslgnor to Daniel L. Francescon, Oak Park, 111., Columbian Bank Note Company, a corporation of Illinois Application May 20, 1942, Serial No. 443,682 3 Claims. (Cl. 40-2) the underlying strips and may be preserved by This invention relates to printed labels of the type which may be attached to the wind-shield of an automobile to indicate payment of certain license fees or taxes. the issuer of the form. In the modi?cation shown in Figure 3, the up per layers of the label are the same as described in Figure 2, but a sheet of backing paper I0 is _ The primary object of the invention is to pro vide an improved label which can be readily at ' cemented to the paper sheet 4 by means of a suit tached to the wind-shield of an automobile, for able cement II, which may be water soluble, if desired. The backing sheet is particularly de example, but cannot be removed without destroy sirable where the sheet 4 is made of thin cellulose ing the form. It is common knowledge that ?bers which are not strong enough to stand rough 10 many of the labels now in use can be scraped handling. from the glass panel by means of a safety razor It will be understood that the complete label blade and transferred to another piece of glass is very thin, and where a spirit gum adhesive without destruction of the label. By the present is used, may be applied by dipping it momentarily invention, this cannot be done and the label is in water and placing it in contact with glass. 'so constructed that an attempt to remove it by 15 After the label has dried, it will adhere to the means of a solvent or by mechanical means will glass with great tenacity and the printed matter destroy it so that it cannot be used again. on the face of the label will be clearly legible Another object of the invention is to provide through the glass. If an attempt is made to a label where most of the printed matter, com either scrape or soak the label loose, the printed mon to all similar labels, is protected by a coating 20 members 9 will not come loose with the backing of varnish, while the distinctive printed matter, portions of the label, and accordingly the cer such as a license number, is printed directly onto ' ti?cate is destroyed. the adhesive, so that when applied to a piece of The foregoing detailed description has been glass, the number is in direct contact with the given for clearness of understanding only, and glass and cannot be scraped off without destroy 25 no unnecessary limitations should be understood therefrom for some modi?cations will be obvious ing it. _ The invention is illustrated in a preferred em to those skilled in the art. bodiment in the accompanying drawing, in I claim: 1. A printed label comprising: a paper sheet which rigure l is a plan view of a motor vehicle 30 having one side coated with pigment, ink-print ' license stamp embodying the invention; Figure 2, ing over one area of said pigment, a transparent a diagrammatic view showing the \varrous lami varnish coating over said printing and exposed natlons wmcn make up the label or stamp; and pigment, a coating of soluble transparent adhe rigure 3, a diagrammatic view of a modmed form sive over said varnish,. and ink-printing on a orv label or stamp wherein an additional backing 35 second area of the label over part of said adhe paper sheet is provided. ' 1n the embodiment illustrated in Figures 1 and 2, a thin sheet or paper 4 is provided on one face sive, the adhesive face of said label being appli cable to a glass panel. 2. A printed label having an adhesive face for with a tmn coating of pigment 5. Upon the pig 40 attachment to a transparent panel, comprising: a thin sheet of cellulose tissue paper, pigment ment is printed, as maicated at 6, a suitable leg covering one face of said paper, ink-printing on end such as the is‘tate, year, kind of stamp, etc. one area of said pigment, a transparent varnish Over this printing is placed a coating or varnish coating over said printing and exposed pigment, ‘I which protects the underlying litnographmg or ordinary prmtlng. A coating of spirit gum ad 45 and printing of non-penetrating ink on a second area over part of said adhesive. heslve 8 is applied over the varnish and serves 3. A license form having an ‘adhesive face for to attach the label to the glass panel alter the attachment to a glass wind-shield, comprising: label has been moistened. .l'inally, non-repeat a sheet of backing paper, a cellulose tissue paper ing numbers or otner mclicia ll are printed on the aunesive coating with non-penetrating ink. 60 secured to said backing paper with water soluble cement, a coating of pigment on said tissue pa It will be understood that if desired the im per, ink-printing on one area over said pigment, proved labels may be made up in strip form a transparent varnish coating over said printing connected end-to-end, and duplicate strips with and exposed pigment, a coating of transparent interleaved carbon may be assembled with the. 65 spirit adhesive over said varnish, and ink-print strips of labels. Also, if preferred, the label may form the top of a set of. maniroldlng forms, so that if subsequent inscriptions are to be made on the label, such inscriptions will be duplicated on ing on a second area over part of the surface of said spirit adhesive coating. DANIEL L. FRANCESCON.