Abstract: A calendar having repositionable, dual impression labels for each day of the month is provided. The calendar of the present disclosure includes a plurality of pages, each page includes indicia for one month of the calendar year. Each page includes a plurality of boxes indicating each day of the month. Disposed over each box is a label, note, tag or the like. Each label is constructed of dual impression paper wherein upon a user writing on the label, a first impression will result on a first surface of the label and a second impression will be transferred to a surface of the calendar page directly beneath the label. The label is also repositionable, i.e., the label can be removed and attached to a different surface or the original surface.
Abstract: Publications (e.g., calendars) and methods of manufacturing same are set forth herein. A publication according to an embodiment includes a plurality of flexible pages operatively coupled together along a spine. The pages are of generally equal size, and a substrate is operatively coupled to the pages. A stiff sheet is coupled to the substrate, and the stiff sheet and substrate are collectively of generally equal size as the pages. The substrate is configured for removal from the pages. According to another embodiment, a wall calendar to be shipped and retailed without individual packaging includes a plurality of sheets having indicia and being coupled together along a spine. A substrate is coupled to the sheets along the spine, and a stiff sheet is coupled to the substrate. The substrate is configured for complete removal from the pages after retail. The wall calendar is never individually wrapped before being sold at retail.
Abstract: A calendar/paperweight includes a cardboard support including two metal rules provided on the base of the support on either side of the central line along which the base is folded. The rules are positioned symmetrically along the lower edges of the side walls of the support, so as not to interfere with the sheets of the calendar. The tubular support takes the form of an isosceles triangle that can be folded. The upper edge of the support is provided with a spiral for connecting a plurality of sheets which include blank squares corresponding to different days for annotations which can be written on the calendar. The sheets can be positioned indiscriminately onto both the front and rear faces of the support. Metal rules are fixed to the support such as to considerably increase the weight of the calendar and, to improve the stability thereof.
Abstract: A calendar assembly comprises an intermediate page, a trailing page, and a support structure. The intermediate page comprises an intermediate backing sheet and an intermediate face sheet. The intermediate backing sheet defines an intermediate inner surface and an intermediate exposed surface. The intermediate face sheet is attached to the intermediate backing sheet to define an intermediate material chamber. The trailing page comprises a trailing backing sheet defining an inner surface and an exposed surface. The support structure supports the intermediate page relative to the trailing page such that the intermediate face sheet and the trailing exposed surface of the trailing backing sheet may be configured for viewing adjacent to each other.
Abstract: The present invention is for a calendar and calendaring system that comprises a calendar with stacked pages which are removably attached to a base portion. The pages are indexed with at least a portion of each stacked page being visible without manipulation. A memorandum/note section is provided for each page that corresponds to a future period of time and is revealed when the previous page is removed allowing the user to record future events to be transferred to a new calendar according to the present invention.
Abstract: A wall calendar system. The wall calendar system includes several separate sections, including a marker board, a cork board, a paper calendar that is pivotally mounted to the wall calendar system, and a file pouch located on the back of each month on the paper calendar so that the various important papers and business cards may be stored until needed.
Abstract: A three-view foldable calendar (10) consisting of a single integrated structure (12) that includes three sections: an upper section (14), a center section (16) and a lower section (18). When the calendar (10) is to be stored or mailed, the upper section (14) and the lower section (18) are folded over the center section (16) to allow a small compact structure to be formed. The upper section (14) has adjacent an upper edge (24) a centered hanging hole (36) into which is inserted a pin that secures the calendar (10) to a wall. When the calendar (10) is placed in a viewing configuration it is hung on the wall which allows three consecutive calendars months to be displayed for comparative viewing.
Abstract: A calendar comprising a medium upon which a plurality of indicia are applied, wherein each of the indicia coacts with an adjacent indicia, and wherein each of the indicia is visually indicative of a complete lunar day and a complete solar day. Each indicia for the lunar day coacts with two indicia for the solar day and each indicia for the solar day coacts with two indicia for the lunar day. Additionally, the calendar comprises an interlocking notched indicia weekday banner, wherein the interlocking notched indicia weekday banner represents the relation between the seven days of a Jewish week and the seven days of a secular week. Furthermore, each indicia may form a plurality of indicia identifying a respective plurality of days, a respective one or more weeks, a respective one or more months, or a respective one or more years.
Abstract: The invention is a scented calendar. Preferably, the calendar is a monthly calendar, so that users will be reminded to replace or replenish the scent when the month is changed. More preferably, the calendar depicts a new image each month, and the scent is associated with what the image depicts.
Abstract: A calendar comprising front and rear covers with multiple pages disposed therebetween and being saddle stitched together. A portrait mounting area formed on the inside of the front cover with aligned perforated punch outs formed in each of the pages such that a photograph mounted in the portrait mounting area is viewable through the apertures formed by removal of the perforated punch outs.
Abstract: A personal medical calendar has a plurality of sheets where each sheet has calendar indicia on one side thereof and an informational form disposed on the other side for recording various medical related information, a front cover having an inside surface with a medical form disposed thereon for recording personal medical history information particular to a user, and a back cover where the plurality of sheets, the front cover and the back cover are connected to each other with a joining structure along one edge thereof. The personal medical calendar includes a medical event indicia key.
Abstract: A calendar having two or more months represented on the same graphic. In this representation, each month represented on a single graphic would begin on a same day, for instance January and October 2003 begin on Wednesday. The months may end on the same or different day. The calendar can be utilized to have months of the same year or different years, as well. The overlay calendar may also be combination overlay-memo calendar. In this embodiment, the overlay calendar has room for the user to write permanent or erasable memos on each of the areas that represent a day of the month. The calendar may be color coded or have other types of indicia and may be provided with indicia showing the end day for each month on the calendar.
Abstract: The invention relates to a desktop information carrier which comprises a support (1) of foldable material with a bottom part (3) and two walls adjoining thereto and converging towards the top, namely, a front wall (4) and a rear wall (5), and comprises a number of pages (2). One of the walls (4) has a lip (4A) at its upper extremity, and the pages (2) are exclusively attached to the upper extremity of the other wall (5), and in such a manner that, in between two locations, over a distance larger than the largest width of the lip (4A), they are loose from this wall (5). In usage condition, the aforementioned lip (4A) protrudes between said wall (5) and at least one page (2) which then is situated on the wall (4) with the lip (4A).
Abstract: The invention relates to a desktop information carrier which comprises a support (1) of foldable material with a bottom part (3) and two walls adjoining thereto and converging towards the top, namely, a front wall (4) and a rear wall (5), and comprises a number of pages (2).
Abstract: A refillable combination calendar and photo album device for selectively displaying particular calendrical time periods and personal memorabilia, concurrently. The combination calendar and photo album apparatus is defined by at least twelve transparent sleeves, each having an upper edge, a lower edge, and two side edges. Each of the transparent sleeves are rotatably bound together along the upper edge thereof enabling any one of the transparent sleeves to be displayed in front of the other sleeves. Included in the combination calendar and photo album apparatus are at least twelve calendar display inserts for selectively displaying at least twelve different calendrical time periods. A photo album page is placed behind the calendar insert for showing personal photographs, etc. Formed in each transparent sleeve near the lower edge is a hole, an adhesive tab or a magnetic tab for enabling the combination calendar and photo album apparatus to be suspended from a wall or similar structure.
Abstract: A hangable wall calendar has a stack of sheets that are bound at one edge with a spiral binding or other suitable flip binding. The calendar may have a stitch binding, or be cloth-bound or stapled. An elongated generally tubular hanger member for the calendar has a generally D-shaped profile, with a magnetic strip on the back and a slot running along a bottom wall. The slot is narrower than the diameter of the flip binding but large enough to accomodate the stack of sheets. The calendar can be slipped out of the holder and flipped to a different sheet, and then slid back into place. Alternatively, the hanger member can have a generally P-shaped profile.
Abstract: A calendar which includes a stack of monthly calendars having month and each day of the week indicia, and which is provided with a top cover having a series of separate apertures therein registering respectfully with the top monthly calendar month and each day of the month indicia. The top monthly calendar can be removed from beneath the top cover so as to present the next succeeding monthly calendar in position beneath the top cover and in registering relationship with the series of separate apertures provided.
Abstract: A triptych construction made from a single cardboard blank is provided. The construction comprises a main display panel having a front face with an image depicted on it. Also provided is a pair of side door panels, each foldably connected to the main panel along opposite side edges. Each side panel is foldably displaceable between a first open outwardly extending position such that the image on the front face of the main panel is fully visible, and a second inwardly extending position for substantially covering up the image on the front face from view.
Abstract: A Chinese sexagenary cycle calendar including a calendar stand, a celestial stem ball marked with the 10 celestial stem signs and revolvably supported within a ball socket at a front side of the calendar stand, and 12 individual animal pictures and one 12-animal table arranged in a loose-leaf manner and fastened to the calendar stand by a coil, the 12 individual animal pictures showing respectively the 12 animals of the 12 Terrestrial Branches and respectively marked with the 12 terrestrial branch signs, the 12-animal table comprising 12 animal blocks showing the 12 animals of the 12 terrestrial branches and marked with the 12 terrestrial branch signs respectively.
Abstract: A calendric device, including a calendric system for displaying and indicating any day of any week of any month of any year and an interactive system associated with the calendric system and for allowing a user to randomly select and subsequently adopt one of a plurality of sensible indicia on one or more of a group including a day, a week, a month and a year.
Abstract: A biennial photo album calendar has at least twelve calendar pages that are bound and supported by a stand. Each calendar page has a photo holding member and a calendar section on the same page. The calendar section displays calendar information of two separate months, each of which represents the same designated month for two consecutive calendar years. Each calendar page displays a unique designated month selected from twelve months in a calendar year. In the preferred embodiment, the photo holding member is a plastic sleeve, and the stand is a hinged stand.
Abstract: A combination desktop calendar and picture frame which allows a user to insert his or her picture or photo of choice into the front cover of the calendar. A plurality of calendar pages are held inside the front cover. The calendar pages are somewhat wider than the front cover so that a portion of the calendar page is visible to one side of the front cover. The visible portion has a compact calendar printed on it which can be highlighted by marking important dates or by placing self stick clear or transparent, tinted shapes over important dates, each shape corresponding to a different type of event such as birthdays, anniversaries or the like. The internal construction of the calendar is such that the calendar pages may be flipped so that the current month or week is at the front most location after opening the front cover. An easel or magnetic backing is included for holding the unit in a substantially upright position on a desktop or countertop or attached to a refrigerator, file cabinet, wall, etc.
Abstract: A perpetual calendar 1 which is set by folding back portions at the right and left sides of a month panel 2. Day-of-the-week designators 7 appear on a separate heading panel 3 above the seven displayed columns of date boxes 9. The user makes event entries 8 in the date box 9 marked with the appropriate date number 10. The date for each, month has thirteen columns of date boxes 9 marked with a redundantly extended array of date numbers 10. Date numbers 10 on each month panel 2 begin at the top of the middle column. The month panel 2 is folded back on scored lines between the columns so that only the appropriate seven columns are displayed. Hidden behind the heading panel 3 are year number markings 21 indicating the creases for each year. The month panel 2 for each month is identified by a month label 18 placed at the bottom of the center column so as to always be displayed. Because of redundancy in the date number array, event entries 8 must be duplicated unless they fall in the center column.
Abstract: A personalized calendar is provided comprising a plurality of pages printed/imaged with a tabular array of calendar units and at least one event reminder printed in an appropriate one of the calendar units. Preferably, the pages are bound together with a cover releasably sealable for mailing. A system and method for producing personalized calendars is also provided.
Abstract: Calendar Photo Album having a pad of assembled sheets suitably mounted to turn as leaves and presenting pairs of opposed pages, one of the pages of each pair bearing a calendar page of a different month of the year, and the other page of each pair bearing a picture holding member for displaying photos and the like. This arrangement provides the opportunity to include and interchange multiple snapshots, photographs, or other graphic work at one time. Pictures and the like can be inserted in all of the calendar pages and may easily be interchanged with other photos at any time without disassembly of the Calendar Photo Album. Each picture holding member holds pictures and the like by one of the following attachment methods: 1) Adhesive material for attachment and interchanging of varying-sizes of photos, 2) Diagonal slits for inserting and interchanging varying sizes of photos, 3) A window frame cut-out with plastic sleeves for receiving and interchanging photos.
Abstract: A calendar and mail sorting structure which includes a series of monthly calendar sheets joined to a bottom sheet member by a binding along top edges of the sheets and with the sheets being rotatable on the binding enabling each sheet to be successively rotated into a front viewing position. Each of the sheets have a series of rows of slots. Indicia is mounted on front sides of the calendar sheets in adjacency to the slots for viewing when each sheet is successively rotated into the front viewing position at a front side of the calendar. Mail supports are mounted on the calendar and mail supporting structure between the bottom sheet member and the current monthly calendar sheet for supporting mail from behind the current monthly sheet when mail is inserted through the slots from a front viewing position of the current monthly calendar sheet while leaving a part of the mail protruding from the slot at a front side of the current monthly calendar sheet.
Abstract: An album having pages folded together, one half of each page having photographs attached thereto and the other half of each page having a calendar representing the particular month the photographs were taken. The day of each month in the calendar having light, dotted horizontal lines for writing notes which refer to the photograph.
Abstract: An accordion-folded calendar sheet printed on a continuous web of paper has sufficient blank spaces adjacent each date thereof to allow the user to record notations and has transverse perforations which separate the calendar paper into consecutive two-week increments. The calendar sheet is foldable at each fourth perforation and disposed in a holder to display an eight-week portion of the calendar web. With the passage of time successive increments can be arrayed in coplanar orientation for simultaneous viewing of eight-week portions of the calendar web which displays the current date as well as previous and subsequent weeks without having to flip between pages of the calendar.
Abstract: A calender (10) has a plurality of leaves (12) each representing a month of a year. Each leaf (12) has an outer transparent cover forming a pocket for inner and outer sheets (24,26). Inner sheet (26) has numerals therein in a precise pattern which are registered with apertures (30) in the outer sheet (24) to represent the days of the month. Inner sheet (26) has seven columns of numerals and is slidable a maximum distance no greater than the width of one column in order to adapt calendar (10) for all years.
Abstract: A calendar comprises a plurality of sheets superimposed on each other and a binder for hinging each of the sheets along one edge such that each may be rotated at least through half a circle to thereby expose the next succeeding sheet. Each of the sheets includes a demarcation line disposed across thereof for dividing each of the sheets into a first portion adjacent the binder and a second portion away from the binder for permitting the second portion to be completely separated from the first portion through the demarcation line such that when the second portion is detached from the first portion, the first portion remains attached to the binder and a second portion of a succeeding sheet is exposed. The first portion includes a front surface having normally right-side-up calendar indicia for a complete unit of time and a rear surface having non-calendar indicia. The second portion includes a front surface having printed graphic art indicia and a rear surface having postcard indicia.
Abstract: A regimen calendar is provided which permits the correlating of time periods of a predetermined regimen with the calendar time periods in which such regimen is being performed. The calendar has a plurality of first pages or other media on which information concerning the regimen for a given time period may be recorded and a plurality of second sequentially arranged pages or other media containing indicia of selected calendar time periods. The first and second pages are mounted such that one of the first pages and one of the second pages are being displayed, and that the first and second pages may be independently changed so that any first page may be displayed with any second page. More of the second pages are provided than the first pages, permitting the regimen to commence at a calendar time period later than the earliest calendar time period for which there is a second page, with correlation between the first and second pages still being possible for the regimen time periods represented by the first pages.
Abstract: A process of making a casebound hinged display mount having three rectangular panels and a pen holding slot formed in one edge of one of the rectangular panels for supporting the pen once the display mount has been set up. The process includes having a thin aluminum strip hinge with a visible groove in the case binding and aluminum strip hinge to make it easier to set up the display mount. The visible hinge line also allows the display mount to be shipped with a pen positioned in the visible groove and placed in the pen holding slot when the display mount is set up.
Abstract: A calendar for orienting selected sheets upon the happening of an event of program, is made from three portions: (a) a lower portion which contains a plurality of sheets where each sheet represents a selected period of time such as a mouth (b) an upper portion which contains a plurality of sheets containing printed and/or pictured information on both sides of the sheet and (c) a center portion which interconnects the upper portion and the lower portion using a ring or spiral binding system. Upon the happening of a selected event, such as conception, the particular mouth when conception occurs can be selected and the preceding sheets can be folded against the center portion, then the particular upper sheet containing the information relating to conception can be selected and along with the following remaining sheets of the upper section can be folded against the preselected unneeded sheets from the lower portion of the calendar.
Abstract: An organizer and reminder device generally presented in a calendar format for the reminder of the user to take certain pills, medicines, etc. on indicated days of the month by providing a plurality of containers secured on a mounting panel through windows representative of days of the month and formed in a plurality of stacked sheets wherein each sheet is representative of a different month of the calendar year and an exposed one of the stacked sheets is representative of a current month. One or more pills, medicines, etc. to be taken on a given day of the month are located in an appropriately positioned container.
Abstract: A means and market calendar comprising a plurality of transparent monthly calendar pages having indicia thereon defining squares for each day of the month, and a plurality of labels releaseably attachable to the square, the label having a meal menu printed on one side thereof, and the necessary main ingredients for the meal on the opposite side thereof.
Abstract: A calender period is set out on one sheet which faces a second sheet. The same calender period is set out on the second sheet but in mirror image to the first sheet. A transparent sheet is disposed between the sheets and is adapted to overlay one sheet or the second sheet. The transparent sheet includes storage pockets corresponding with the calender period set out on the sheets. Data or information placed on both sides of a data or information carrying sheet may then be associated with the same calender date by flipping the transparent sheet from one calender page to the other calender page.
Abstract: A calendar having double length leaves is disclosed. Each double length leaf displays the second of two consecutive months (or other units of calendar time). The month takes up only half of the double length leaf or, in other words, the month occupies a space approximately defined by a single length of any given double length leaf. Each of the double length leaves functions, as a result, to refold and/or reposition in order to display its second of two consecutive months as the first of the next pair of consecutive months with any and all original scheduling notations preserved. Chronologic order of the two consecutive months visible is displayed from top to bottom. The double length leaf may, at the outset, be displayed full length and then be folded in half and up into its second position, or the double length leaf may begin in a folded-double position and be pulled up to its full length thereafter.
Abstract: A calendar comprising a plurality of sheets hinged along one edge. Each sheet comprises spaced removable postcards along the free edge thereof with one part of a month printed on one side of the sheet and another part of a month printed along the other side of the sheet. The portions of each sheet between the postcards are aligned when the sheets are folded against one another and aligned openings are provided in the portions such that the calendar can be opened and suspended with one side of one sheet being visible with a part of a month visible and the side of a succeeding sheet being visible with the remainder of the month showing and such that the postcards can be removed along weakened lines leaving the remainder of the calendar intact.
Abstract: A desk top swing calendar is provided and consists of a support frame with clock and a calendar tablet so as to display the time and the month of the year simultaneously. In a modification a calendar month page turner and means for viewing current month with last month at the same time is also provided.
Abstract: In a calendar book each page corresponds to a part of a month and is subdivided into a plurality of fragments corresponding to the different parts of the month. The fragments of a page are releasably secured to each other for ready separation. The separated fragments of the pages may be successively removed from the stack as time ensues for continuously revealing the current date and the successive dates next-following beyond the dates of the next-to-be-overturned fragment.
April 16, 1984
Date of Patent:
July 30, 1985
United Innovations div. of United Engineers, Inc.
Christopher A. Parent, William R. Ferry
Abstract: A display mount apparatus has a mounting board of predetermined width and a pad of sheet material having a predetermined width less than the predetermined width of the mounting board. A polymer binding extends around the mounting board and around all or a portion of the pad of sheet material to support the pad or sheet material to the mounting board. The polymer binding has a slight resiliency and may have imprinting thereon to indicate a day on a calendar, or the like. The method of making a display mount includes the steps of selecting a mounting board of predetermined width and a pad of sheet material of a predetermined width less than the width of the mounting board, binding the pad to the mounting board with a polymer strip extending around the mounting board and around at least a part of the sheets of the pad of sheet material.
Abstract: A calender structure includes linking apparatus for displaying, in a linked and continuing fashion, time sequences shown on separate pages thereof. The individual pages are provided with specific hinging structures to permit simultaneous viewing of the last portion of one month and the first portion of a next month, for example, so that a continuing display is provided for linked time sequences notwithstanding the fact that such sequences are provided on separate pages. A single hinging operation results in the continuing display, thus avoiding the necessity for repeatedly turning between two calander pages at periods approaching an end of the month.
Abstract: A programmable agenda which is adapted by the user for use during any month of any year. The agenda comprises a series of sequentially numbered pages, each number corresponding to a date of the month. Each page is inscribed with a row of seven boxes, the boxes on all pages being in registration when the pages are aligned one on top of another. The boxes further define seven columns extending through the pages in a direction perpendicular to the planes of the aligned pages. Each box in a given row bears the name of a different day of the week and the boxes in each column bear the names of the days of the week in sequence. When the pages are aligned one on top of another, a single hole punched through the pages in the correct box will appear on each page in the box bearing the name of the day on which the date of the month inscribed on that page falls.
Abstract: A hinged display mount hinged with a thin aluminum strip is formed in a manner to prevent damage to the display mount upon bending of the hinge. The aluminum hinge is secured to a pair of panels and preformed or shaped with a die in a manner to produce a clean bend after the panels and hinge have been casebound.
Abstract: A calendar has transparent overlay pages which carry opaque calendar data areas and opaque picture portions which are superimposed on an underlying picture, with the opaque picture portions depicting the underlying obscured portions at a different season of the year.
Abstract: The useful life of a calendar is extended by reusing all portions which repeat from year to year. The calendar assembly consists of two separately bound groups of pages: one bearing the names of the months and the other bearing the various combinations of days of the month, arranged in such a manner that the calendar is easy to use and has the minimum number of sheets of paper used in its construction.
Abstract: A digital display clock including a one-minute indicating wheel, a ten-minute indicating wheel and an hour indicating wheel which are driven by intermittent and segmental rotations through separately provided Geneva-gear mechanisms for each individual indicating section, a driving system arranged in the back of digital clock, so that the clock is able to provide a wide and effective display area in front of the clock and an excellent design for a 24 hour display digital clock with diversity.
Abstract: An appointment calendar comprises a ring-type binder, at least one page having a pocket and a flap which partially slips into the pocket, and an insertion having two leaves, one of the leaves being received in the pocket to hold the insertion in place in the calendar and the other leaf, which contains printed promotional, decorative or informative matter, overlying the pocket so that the printed matter is visible. The pocket is closed along all margins except along an opening adjacent the edge of the page that is engaged in the binder. The binder rings engage the flap and a part of the page which is non-pocketed but do not engage the pocket or the insertion.
March 30, 1976
Date of Patent:
August 23, 1977
Center for Design Research and Development N.V.