Abstract: A holder for keys and the like comprising a pair of plates which are disposed in laterally slidable abutting relation and which have ring portions which define normally aligned openings on the plates. Passages which extend through generally longitudinal sides of the ring portions are normally aligned with and blocked by the ring portions of the opposite plates. The plates are relatively slidable to move the passages outwardly relative to the opposite plates so that the terminal ends of the ring portions adjacent the passages are accessible to receive a key or the like whereupon the key may be secured on the holder by sliding it between the two overlapping ring portions to the opposite end of the ring portion on which the key is mounted, and then returning the plates to their normal aligned positions.
Abstract: A holder for keys and the like comprising a pair of plates which are disposed in abutting relation and which have aligned openings therethrough. The openings are defined by peripheral bars on the plates which have passages therethrough which are normally disposed in nonaligned relation. The plates are slidable relative to each other to move the passages into registry so that a key or the like may be positioned on the bars. The plates are thereafter returnable to their normal positions to secure the key on the holder.
Abstract: A closure device for the tubular stem of an inflated balloon, including a pair of legs which are hingedly interconnected for movement from an open to a closed position wherein they are in substantially parallel spaced relation. Closure members on the legs extend towards the opposite respective legs and include shoulder portions which interlock when the device is in said closed position to define a tortuous path through which a balloon stem extends and is clamped to effect the sealing thereof. Retaining members which are preferably similar in configuration to the closure members are provided to retain the device in its closed position.