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Benjamin J Cassidy: Tamper-proof sleeve. International Paper Company, W T Zielinski, June 9, 1987: US04671453 (46 worldwide citation)

A one piece blank which may be erected into a tamper evident sleeve for housing a container. The sleeve blank includes hingedly connected top, side, base and attachment panels. The tamper-proof feature of the invention is provided by a retention panel which is pivotally connected to the attachment p ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Fliptop carton. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, July 2, 1985: US04526317 (19 worldwide citation)

A container for cigarettes or other rod-like elements. The container is in the general form of a rectangular parallelepiped. It is formed by bending and folding a single blank of a suitably cut sheet of paperboard, cardboard or other stiff, resilient and foldable material. It carries a boxlike lid h ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Collapsible container. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, September 18, 1984: US04471904 (12 worldwide citation)

A knock-down paperboard container and blank for forming it. The container has a recessed bottom whose four corners are provided with webs glued to the container ends. The carton exhibits special utility in the packaging of grease laden foodstuffs such as fried chicken. Both the recessed bottom and i ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Tapered carton and blank for forming it. International Paper Company, Michael J Doyle, Walt Thomas Zielinski, May 14, 1991: US05014905 (12 worldwide citation)

A tube type carton formed from a unitary blank of paperboard and having at each end closure panels defined by a pair of opposed dust flaps and opposed major and minor closure flaps. The major flaps and two opposite side wall panels of the four side panels are trapezoidal. The remaining two opposite ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Protective shipping and display carton. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, May 1, 1984: US04445613 (11 worldwide citation)

A paperboard container and blank therefor. The container is in the form of a tube leaving a recessed bottom closure, the closure defined by bottom-forming panels, the bottom closure having an opening frictionally engaging the threaded end of a light bulb. The container top has a plurality of inwardl ...


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Thomas P Hambleton, Benjamin J Cassidy, James L Sosler: Openable and reclosable carton. International Paper Company, Walt Thomas Zielinski, March 22, 1988: US04732275 (10 worldwide citation)

An openable and reclosable pour spout forming carton formed from a one-piece blank of paperboard. The carton is generally brick shaped and has a sealing fin on its upper surface, the fin defined by two panels sealingly adhered together. This double thickness fin is adhered to the top of the carton b ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy, Gerald F Justice: Wrapper for a flanged tray. International Paper Company, Michael J Doyle, Walt Thomas Zielinski, March 30, 1993: US05197657 (8 worldwide citation)

A package including a flanged tray and a wrapper surrounding it. The tray typically contains a foodstuff such as a pie. The wrapper is formed of a rectangular, unitary blank of paperboard which is folded and wrapped aroung the tray, the wrapper being folded to the form of a tube with the tray therei ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Flip top carton. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, February 11, 1986: US04569475 (7 worldwide citation)

A container in the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped. The front and side walls are provided with severable perforated lines. Upon rupture of the severable lines, a hinged, box-like lid is formed which is reclosable. The container front wall is associated with upstanding L-shaped posts at its upp ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Anti-sift carton. International Paper Company, Richard J Ancel, February 26, 1985: US04501388 (7 worldwide citation)

A paperboard carton has an end structure arranged to prevent sifting out and escape of powdered contents. A first pair of opposed carton panels has opposite major flaps each filling substantially the entire carton end opening and a second pair of opposed panels has opposite minor flaps each of which ...


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Benjamin J Cassidy: Easily openable paperboard carton for foodstuffs. International Paper Company, Michael J Doyle, Walt Thomas Zielinski, July 9, 1991: US05029714 (5 worldwide citation)

A paperboard carton formed from a unitary blank of paperboard. A side flap of the carton bottom is overlapped with and sealed to a side flap of the top cover. At least one of these flaps is provided with spaced abseal (adhesion resistant) areas. The interabseal areas are provided with adhesive to se ...