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March 6, 1951
2,544,618
G. J. SMITH
HUNTING LICENSE HOLDER
Filed Jan. 2, 1948
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INVENTOR.
GLENN LA SMITH.
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F7 T TO RNEYS.
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Patented Mar. 6, 1951
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UNITED STATES PATENT O F F l C E
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HUNTING LICENSE HOLDER
Glenn J. Smith, 'Hazelhurst, Pa,
'_ihpplication January 2, 1948,» Serial No.47
1 Claim. (01. ism->10‘)
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identi?cation cards or the like and more par
license holder embqdvihethe ‘features of this
invention;
be attached to a hunting coat or similar gar
Figure 2 is a rear .elevational view thereof;
Figures 3 and 4 are seetional views taken along
This ‘invention relates to holders for licenses,
ticularly to hunting license holders adapted _to
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It isthepractice in many states to issue hunters
5 lines .373Qand 4~4 respectively of Figure l; and
colored cards bearing largeinumerals as ‘well as
hunting certificates.’ "The game laws of” these
states require the hunter to wear these numbered
cards prominently displayed on their outer cloth
. othe drawings in detail, the license
ises an elongated flat pocket I which
is preferably rectangular in shape. The pocket
ing Whereas the hunting certi?cate need only be
l is formed from a single piece of leather, imita
carried by the hunter. Both the cards and hunt
tion leather or waterproof fabric Which includes
ing certi?cates must be available for inspection
two rectangular members 2 and 3. An extension
by game wardens upon request. Numerous de
2a is provided on the lateral edge of the member
vices have been provided for holding and dis 15 2 and a small rectangular extension 5 is provided
playing the numbered cards described but these
on one of the transverse edges of the member 3.
have been objectionable for the most part in that
The members 2 and 3 are provided with rectangue
it has been necessary to modify or especially
lar openings 6 and ‘I respectively which are cov
adapt the hunting garment by sewing tabs or the
ered by transparent sheets 8 and 9 of cellulose
like thereto in order to provide means for attach
20 derivative or a synthetic resinous material.
The
ing the holder. Furthermore, the devices of this
transparent sheets 8 and 9 are attached to the
type heretofore available have been so con
members 2 and 3 by rows of stitching Ill-l0 ad
structed that it was possibly to display only a
jacent the edges of the openings 6 and ‘I.
single card or license. Thus, if it became neces
The pocket I is formed from the members 2
sary to display two documents or both faces of a 25 and 3 by ?rst folding the small rectangular ex
single document these had to be completely re
tension 5 upon itself along the dotted line I I and
moved from the holder.
then folding the rear wall member 3 over the for
It is the primary object of this invention to
ward wall member 2 along the dotted line l2.
provide a hunting license holder which may be
The free edge of the extension 5 is engaged be
attached to a hunting garment without modify
tween the wall members 2 and 3. The coinciding
ing the garment for this purpose.
transverse edges of the wall members 2 and 3 are
joined by rows of stitching l3—|3 thus providing
Another object of this invention is to provide
a hunting license holder in which two documents
a flat, rectangular pocket having an opening
or the opposite faces of a single document may
along the lateral edge thereof adjacent the exten
be displayed simultaneously.
sion 20,. The loop 5 along the transverse edge of
Still another object of this invention is to pro
. the pocket I serves as a holder for a pencil 5a or
vide a hunting license holder comprising a flat
other writing implements.
pocket having apertured Walls covered with
A tongue member 4 comprising an elliptically
transparent sheets and an extension for attach
shaped piece of the same material employed in
ing the holder to a garment, the holder being 40 wall members 2 and 3 is placed upon the exten
simply and economically formed from leather,
sion 2a. A pair of openings l5,—l5 provided in
fabric or the like.
the tongue member 4 are registered with a cor
responding pair of openings [6-46 formed in
the extension 2a. The tongue member 4 and the
pocket having apertured walls covered with 45 extension 2a are joined by rows of stitching
A further object of this invention is to pro
vide a hunting license holder comprising a ?at
transparent sheets and an extension with a ton
l4—l4 which may be -a continuation of the rows
gue secured thereto which is adapted to protect
of stitching I3--l3 if desired and the double
the transparency in the rear wall of the holder
lateral rows of stitching ll--l1. The openings
from wear caused by the abrasive action of the
provided in the extension l8 which is composed
hunting garment to which the holder is attached. 50 of the extending portion 2a of the pocket I and
These and other objects of the invention will
the corresponding juxtaposed portion of the ton
be apparent from the following description made
gue 4, are adapted to receive buttons l9-l9 or
in connection with the accompanying drawings
other suitable fasteners which may be employed
wherein:
to attach the license holder to a hunting coat or
Figure 1 is front elevational view of a hunting 55 similar garment. The corners of the pocket I
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tegrally formed portion coextensive with said
opening in said pocket and extending outwardly
adjacent the opening therein are reinforced by
rivets 2|.
The free end of the tongue member 4 extends
substantial portion of the transparent sheet 9
thus providing a protecting member 20. This
therefrom, and a tongue member secured to the
rear face of said extending portion adjacent said
opening in said pocket, said tongue member hav
ing a depending portion extending downwardly
depending portion 20 functions as a cover for
over said opening, said rear wall and a substantial
downwardly over the rear wall member 3 and a
the opening in the pocket I and protects the
portion of the transparent sheet covering the
transparent sheet 9 from coming into contact
opening in said rear wall whereby the depend
with the hunting garment to which the license 10 ing portion of said tongue member protects said
holder is attached. The transparent sheet 9 is
transparent sheet from wear resulting from abra
thus protected from wear and the transparency
sive action due to contact with said garment.
thereof is preserved thereby permitting visual
GLENN J. SMITH.
perception of documents placed in the pocket I.
I claim:
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REFERENCES CITED
A license holder adapted to be attached to a
The following references are of record in the
garment comprising a ?at rectangular pocket in
?le of this patent:
cluding front and rear walls secured together
along their lowermost edges and each of the side
UNITED STATES PATENTS
edges thereof, the adjacent uppermost edges of 20
said front and rear walls being free to provide
an opening in said pocket, said front and rear
walls each being provided with rectangular open
ings, transparent sheets secured respectively to
the inner faces of said front and rear walls ad
jacent the openings therein and extending across
each of said openings to form transparent clo
sures therefor, said front wall having an in
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