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July>31,.1945.
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H. GOLD ETAL
PULL
TOY
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Filed March 21, .1945
2,380,748 .
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2 Sheets-Sheet l
July’31, 1945.
H. GOLD EI‘AL
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PULL
TOY
Filed March 21, 1945
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2 Sheets-Sheet 2
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Patented July 31, 1945
2,380,748
UNITED STATES PATENT ‘OFFICE
2,380,748
PULL TOY
Henry Gold and Raymond Paul, Chicago, Il
assignors to Ira Gold
Application March 21, 1945, Serial No. 583,876
3 Claims. (01. 46—204)
interior. Extending across this interior 26 is a
Our invention relates to a, pull toy providing
shaft 21, the inner end of which is rotatably
movement and sound.
mounted in an opening 58 in the cap 25. The
other end of shaft 21 extends through an opening
30 in'cap 25 and beyond said cap. Substantially
centrally mounted on said shaft 2'! within inte
rior 26 of cap 25 is pulley 28 h'aving groove 29.
-The outer end of shaft 21 receives the hole 3|
of central member 32 of wheel 33 and holds the
wheel thereto by friction grip. The outer edge 34
of central member 32 has a plurality of spaced
openings 35, to receive the inner ends of spaced
rods 36. The outer- ends of spaced rods 36, each
have attached thereto an end member 31, pref
erably in the form of a block. Slidably mounted
Among the objects of our invention is to pro
vide a pull toy adapted by the movement of the
toy to provide further movement associated with .
the toy and to also provide a series of sounds at
tractive to juvenile users.
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Our invention also contemplates such other ob
jects, advantages and capabilities as will later
more fully appear and which are inherently
possessed by our invention.
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While we have shown in. the accompanying
drawings a preferred form of our invention, yet
we wish it understood that the same is susceptible
of modi?cation and .change without departing
from the spirit of ‘our invention.
on each of said rods 36 between the central mem
ber 32 and the ends 3'! is a slidable member 38.
The slidable members 38 each have an opening-39
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Referringto the drawings,’ Fig. 1 is a front ele-'
vational view of our device‘; Fig. 2‘ is a side eleva
extending therethr‘pugh slightly larger than the
tional view; Fig. 3 is a top plan view, Fig. 4 is av
bottom plan view; Fig. 5 is a detailed sectional
View on line 5-5 of Fig. 2; Fig. 6 is abottom plan
diameter‘ of the rod.
An endless cord ‘40 extends around the front
portion of the front pulley ll within groove I9,
tive diagrammatic view showing the cord circuit;
then extends rearwardly to and around‘ the back
portion of the back pulley ll within groove I9.
Fig. 8 is a flat view of a blank from which the
25 The cord then extends forwardly to and around
housing is formed.
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the front portion of pulley [8 within one of its
The embodiment selected to illustrate our in
grooves 20, upwardly through opening lit in plat
vention comprises a platform I0, to the under
surface of which is attached a pair of spaced
form I0 and opening 42 in retaining member 23
view of the inside of the cap; Fig. 7' is a perspec
supports ll .
Each of said supports has an open
through the hollow interior of housing 2i and to l v
ing l2 adjacent the front. Through said open
ings l2 rotatably extends a shaft l3, to the op
posite ends of which are attached wh'eels l4.
Each of the supports II, has an opening l2 ad
jacent the rear. Through said openings l2, r0
and around the upper portion of pulley 23 within
groove 29. The cord 40 then extends
:iwardly
from cap 25 through the hollow interior housing‘
2| to and around the rear portion of pulley it
within the other groove 2%. The cord til then
extends forwardly to the front portion of the front
tatably extends another shaft 13, to the. opposite
ends of which are attached wh'eels l4.
‘ pulley ll to complete the circuit.
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Substantially in the center of the irmer side
In use, when the child moves the toy by pulling
on cord Bl attached to the‘ front of platform i0,
walls of supports II, are openings I5 to rotatably
receive the opposite ends of spindle I6.
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Wheels I4 roll on the floor or other surface. This
On the'front and rear shafts l3 pulleys I‘! are
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rotates shafts l3 andturns pulleys I1, and moves
mounted at substantially the center thereof. on ' cord 40. Cord 40 in turn moves pulley 2B and its
spindle I6 is also centrally mounted a pulley l8.
shaft 21. The shaft 2'! then turns wheel 33. As
Each of pulleys H has a single groove l9 and pul- ’
the wheel 33 turns, slidable members 38 slide as
ley l8 has a pair of spaced grooves 20.
they reach the pointrof gravity. For example, a
A housing 2|, preferably simulating awindinill 45 slidable member lying against the central mem
is mounted on the top surface of platform I0. The
ber as it passes the IineLof gravity, falls down
housing 2| is preferably constructed of card
wardly on the rod and hits with a sharp clacking
board and has bottom flaps 22 adapted to be
sound against the end member.- As thatsame
folded to lie flat on platform l0. , A retaining
slidable member moves upwardly and passes be
member 23 is then placed over these ?aps and at
yond the line of gravity, it again falls, this time
tached to platform ID by suitablev attaching
from the end member down against-the central
means such as nails 24. '
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. member with a crisp sound, attractive to juvenile
The open top of housing 2| is closed by a cap
25. The cap 25 has a hollow interior 26 and a, slit
- 5D. in the top portion communicating with‘ said 551
ears.
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Having thus described our invention, we claim:
1. A toy comprising a platform, a pair of sup
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ports attached to and under said platform, a pair
of spaced shafts rotatably carried by said sup
ports, wheels attached to said shafts, a spindle
rotatably carried by said supports between said
shafts, a housing mounted on said platform, a pin
rotatably mounted in the upper portion of said
house, one end of said pin extending through and
beyond said housing, a hub mounted on said end
of said pin, a plurality of spaced spokes having
their inner ends attached to said hub, a block
attached to the outer ends of each of said spokes,
a slidable member mounted on each of said spokes,
shaft, forwardly to and around the front portion
of the pulley of said spindle in one of its grooves,
upwardly through an opening in said platform and
said housing to and around the upper portion of
the pulley of said pin, downwardly through said
housing and the opening in said platform to and
around the rear portion of the pulley of said
spindle in the other of its grooves, and forwardly
to the front portion of the pulley on said front
shaft to complete the circuit, said shafts adapted
to be moved upon the movement of said wheels
to move the cord, said cord adapted to move said
pin and said- pin adapted to move said hub and
an endless cord extending between said shafts
said spokes, the slidable members on said spokes
said spindle and said pin, said shafts adapted to
falling by gravity against the hub and blocks as
be moved upon the movement of said wheels to
the center of gravity is passed.
move said cord, said cord adapted to move said
3. A toy comprising a support, a shaft rotatably
pin and said pin adapted to move said hub and
mounted on said support, wheels attachedrto said
said spokes, the slidable members on said spokes
shaft, said wheels adapted to turn when moved
falling by gravity against the hub and blocks as
the center of gravity is passed.
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20 on a surface and to turn said shaft, a pin rotat
ably mounted on said support and spaced from
2. A toy comprising a platform, a-pair of sup
said shaft, a hub mounted on said pin, a plurality
ports attached to and under said platform, a front
of spaced rods having their inner ends attached
and a rear shaft each rotatably carried by said
to said hub, a stopmember attached to the outer
supports, wheels attached to said shafts,_a pulley
mounted on each of said shafts, a spindle slidably 25 ends of each of said rods, a plurality of gravity
carried by said supports between said shafts, a
pulley having spaced grooves mounted on said‘
members, each of said gravity members having an ,
opening therethrough, said opening being larger
than said rod but smaller than said stop member,
at least one of said gravity members slidably
rotatably mounted in the upper portion of said
housing, a pulley mounted onsaid pin, one end - mounted on each of said rods between said hub
and said stop member, said cord adapted to be
of said pin extending through and beyond said
moved upon movement of said shaft, said cord
housing, a hub mounted on said end of said pin,
adapted to move said pin and said pin adapted
a plurality of spaced spokes having their inner
to move the hub and rods, said gravity members
ends attached to said hub, a block attached to the
on said-rods falling by gravity against the hub
outer ends of each of said spokes, a slidable
and stops as the center of gravity is passed thereby
member mounted .on each of said spokes, an end
imparting an attractive noise.
less cord extending from the front portion of the
HENRY GOLD.
pulley on said front shaft rearwardly to and
RAYMOND PAUL.
around theback portion of the pulley of said rear
spindle, a housing mounted on said platform, a pin
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