TODAY’S PATENT- ENVELOPE
The Envelope was invented by Edward G. Hewitt, William D. Pasquale on the 26th of January 1985, bearing patent number US4555026A.
In the use of envelopes for mailing, there has always been a problem of damage to the contents. The object of this invention is to
- Provide an envelope having a protective structure at the ends to prevent damage to the contents.
- Provide an envelope having an end construction which spaces the contents inwardly of the ends and centers the contents.
- Provide an envelope having end protection means, which envelope can be assembled on a standard envelope-making machine.
- Provide an envelope which is simple in construction, which is inexpensive to manufacture, and which is capable of a long life of useful service.
This invention is formed with a front panel and a rear panel joined by end flaps, wherein the contents are protected by cells formed by gum attachment of the end edges only of the rear panel to the front panel and of the end edges only of the flaps to the rear panel.