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US7992727B2
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Joseph Leo Giesey, III
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This application is a divisional of application Ser. No. 11/777,381 filed Jul. 13, 2007, now U.S. Pat. No. 7,798,337 issued Sep. 21, 2010, hereby incorporated by reference herein as if fully set forth in its entirety.

This invention relates generally to the funeral service industry, and more particularly to a display system facilitating the selection by a customer of funerary products in, for example, a funeral home selection room.

Funeral home casket selection rooms have evolved as those in the industry have attempted to better meet the funeral customers' needs. The “traditional” presentation of product in a funeral home selection room was to simply place each casket on a bier and open the head end cap or lid of the casket to permit viewing inside the casket. As many caskets as possible were displayed in a selection room in order to maximize the number of product choices for the customer. Unfortunately, such a “traditional” presentation results in what has been referred to as a “sea of caskets” visual effect, which can be both distressing or alarming and confusing to the customer.

Advances in the design of funeral home selection rooms have taken the form of providing a plurality of alcove structures, either of a “modular” construction or of a “stick built” construction, in the funeral home selection room. Each alcove structure includes a vertical back wall and a pair of vertical, spaced apart wing walls cooperating with the back wall to form an alcove. A soffit may span the upper front edges of the wing walls, and lighting, for example track lighting, may be incorporated into the soffit. A two-tier casket rack is located within the alcove, the lower tier of the casket rack being a roll out rack permitting the lower casket to be rolled out from under the upper casket and the casket lid opened for display of the lower casket. Tasteful signage and the like is mounted on the back wall above the caskets. Such a construction, which is the subject of the assignee's prior U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,405,017 and 5,524,394, both hereby incorporated by reference herein, increases the number of caskets which can be displayed in a funeral home selection room, as well as greatly improves the “look and feel” of the casket presentations, thereby reducing the clutter and confusion of the so-called “sea of caskets” effect and providing a feeling of comfort to the families.

New construction and renovation costs being what they are, there is an ever-increasing need to increase the product density displayable in the funeral home selection room, without sacrificing comfort, convenience and look and feel of the casket display systems of U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,405,017 and 5,524,394. To that end, the assignee's U.S. Pat. No. 6,681,510, hereby incorporated by reference herein, discloses and claims a Display For A Casket Selection And/Or Viewing Room. That patent discloses the display of a plurality of casket portions along with a plurality of casket information modules. Each information module corresponds to one of the casket portions displayed and houses an insert displaying samples of the various features of the particular casket, for example, a portion of the cap panel, a photo of the casket, a fabric swatch of the casket fabric, etc. To access and view the casket samples displayed on the insert, a door to the module is opened, and the insert is slid out of the module.

By way of further advances, the assignee's U.S. Patent Application Publication No. 2005/0000926 A1, hereby incorporated by reference herein, discloses and claims a Display For A Casket Selection Room. That application discloses a display for a casket selection room comprising a wall, a plurality of casket portions displayed on the wall, and a plurality of casket information modules displayed on the wall. Each information module corresponds to one of the casket portions and includes a photo of the casket, a portion of a cap panel of the casket and/or a fabric swatch of the casket. The photo, portion of the cap panel and/or fabric swatch are visible to the customer without opening the information module. The casket selection display of U.S. Patent Application Publication No. 2005/0000926 A1 thereby provides further advantages above and beyond the casket selection display disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 6,681,510, for example obviating the need to open a door of the casket information module and remove the casket information insert in order to be able to view the same.

A problem associated with displaying casket corner portions arises when attempting to mount the casket corner portion to a display. Since the casket corner portions being displayed are literally cut from full size caskets, it is desirable to conceal the cut edges from view when mounted. However, cutting the casket corner portions from full size caskets results in a high degree of flexibility of the cut casket corner portions. Therefore, simply abutting the cut edges of the casket portion against walls of the display does not always insure that the cut edges will remain biased against the display walls so as to conceal the cut edges of the casket portion, due to the flexibility of the cut corner portion. This is especially problematic when working with sheet metal caskets and corner portions thereof for display.

Accordingly, It is desirable to provide further improvements in the area of partial casket display and selection.

A display for displaying casket portions comprises a back wall, at least one wing wall, a shelf, a casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom, a side panel attached to one of the cut sides of the casket corner section, a bottom panel attached to the bottom of the casket corner section, and at least one dowel pin on the back wall. The casket corner section is supported on the shelf, the side panel is positioned between the wing wall and the dowel pin, and the other cut side faces the back wall. The dowel pin is spaced from the wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of the side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of the wing wall.

The bottom of the casket corner section can be attached to the bottom panel with screws. The casket corner section can have blocks attached to an interior thereof and the side panel can be attached to the blocks with screws. The blocks can be glued to the interior of the casket corner section. The side panel and bottom panel can be attached to one another with screws. The shelf can include at least one dowel pin thereon, and the bottom panel can include a locating hole therein which accepts the dowel pin on the shelf. The back wall, wing wall, and shelf can be attached to one another. The casket corner section can be fabricated from wood or sheet metal. The display can include a pair of wing walls, the shelf spanning between the pair of wing walls. The back wall can include a pair of vertically spaced dowel pins thereon. The shelf can include a pair of spaced dowel pins thereon and the bottom panel can include a pair of locating holes therein which accept the dowel pins on the shelf.

In another aspect, a display for displaying casket portions comprises a back wall, at least one wing wall, a shelf, a casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom, a side panel attached to one of the cut sides of the casket corner section, a bottom panel attached to the bottom of the casket corner section, and at least one locator on the back wall. The casket corner section is supported on the shelf, the side panel is positioned between the wing wall and the locator, and the other of the cut sides faces the back wall. The locator is spaced from the wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of the side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of the wing wall.

The back wall can have a pair of vertically spaced locators thereon. The locators can be pins, for example dowel pins.

In yet another aspect, a display for displaying casket portions comprises a back wall, a pair of wing walls, a pair of vertically spaced shelves, two casket corner sections, each casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom, a side panel attached to one of the cut sides of each casket corner section, a bottom panel attached to the bottom of each casket corner section, and two pairs of vertically spaced pins on the back wall, one pair of pins being located above an upper one of the pair of shelves and the other pair of pins being located above a lower one of the pair of shelves and below the upper shelf. One casket corner section is supported on each shelf. Each side panel is positioned between one of the wing walls and a respective pair of pins, and each of the other of the cut sides faces the back wall. The pins are spaced from the wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of each side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of the wing wall.

These and other features and advantages of the present invention will become more readily apparent during the following detailed description taken in conjunction with the drawings herein, in which:

Referring first to , a display 10 for displaying casket portions 12 has a back wall 14, at least one wing wall 16, and preferably a pair of wing walls 16, 18, and at least one shelf 20, and preferably a pair of shelves 20, 22. Display 10 can used in stand-alone fashion, or incorporated into a larger display 24 of funerary products.

Referring to all the FIGS., each casket portion 12 is a corner section of a casket to be displayed having two cut sides 30, 32 at substantially a right angle to one another, and a bottom 34. A side panel 40, fabricated of, for example, wood, is attached to cut side 30. For example, the casket corner section 12 can have blocks 42, 44, for example wooden blocks 42, 44, attached to an interior thereof by, for example, glue. Fasteners 46, for example screws, can be used to attach side panel 40 to the blocks 42, 44. A bottom panel 50, fabricated of, for example, wood, is attached to the bottom 34 of casket corner section 12 with fasteners 52, for example screws. The lid portion 60 of the casket corner section 12 can be secured to the shell portion 62 of the casket corner section 12 with one or more fasteners, for example screws 64. For rigidity, the side panel 40 and bottom panel 50 can be attached to one another with screws 66 (). The side panel 40 and bottom panel 50, as well as back wall 14, wing walls 16, 18, and shelves 20, 22, can be painted, clad in decorative vinyl, etc. for appearance as desired.

At least one 70, and preferably a vertically spaced pair 70, 72, of locators, for example, pins, for example dowel pins, are in and/or on the back wall 14. When the casket corner section 12 is placed onto shelf 20 and supported thereon, the rear edge 74 of side panel 40 is positioned between the wing wall 16 and the pins 70, 72. The other cut side 32 of the casket corner section 12 faces the back wall 14. The pins 70, 72 are spaced from the wing wall 16 by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface 80 of the side panel 40 is snugged against an inwardly facing surface 82 of the wing wall 16. In this way, the normally flexible casket corner section 12 is rigidified, and no unsightly gaps appear between the casket corner section 12 and the wing wall 16. The distance of the pins 70, 72 from the wing wall 16 is determined by the thickness of the side panel 40; the distance should be such as to allow the side panel 40 to easily slip between the wing wall 16 and the pins 70, 72, but not so great as to allow the side panel to lean or otherwise flex away from the side wall 16 so as to create an unsightly gap therebetween. In any event, the weight of the casket corner section 12 is carried by the shelf 20 and not by the wing wall 16. Stated differently, in the absence of the shelf 20, the combination of pins 70, 72 and wing wall 16 could not bear the weight of the casket corner section 12; the casket corner section 12 would simply drop downwardly and fall from the display 10. Thus, the casket corner section 12 is not, and cannot be said to be, secured by its side surface onto the wing wall 16 (or back wall 14, for that matter).

As best shown in , 2B, and 3, shelves 20, 22 can include one or more dowel pins 90 therein/thereon which are accepted by locating holes 92 in bottom panel 50 to further secure casket corner section 12 to shelf 20 (or 22).

Any or all of the back wall 14, wing walls 16, 18, and shelves 20, 22 can be attached to one another to rigidify the display 10.

The casket corner sections 12 can be fabricated of wood or sheet metal.

The embodiments shown and described are merely for illustrative purposes only. The drawings and the description are not intended to limit in any way the scope of the claims. Those skilled in the art will appreciate various changes, modifications, and alternative embodiments. For example, structure other than dowel pins, or pins, can be used to locate the side panel against the wing wall, such as angle brackets, studs, screws, bolts, nails, etc. All such changes, modifications and embodiments are deemed to be embraced by the claims. Accordingly, the scope of the right to exclude shall be limited only by the following claims and their equivalents.

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1. A display for displaying casket portions comprising:

a back wall,

at least one wing wall,

a shelf,

a casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom,

a side panel attached to one of said cut sides of said casket corner section,

a bottom panel attached to said bottom of said casket corner section, and

at least one dowel pin on said back wall,

said casket corner section supported on said shelf, said side panel positioned between said wing wall and said dowel pin, and the other of said cut sides facing said back wall, said dowel pin spaced from said wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of said side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of said wing wall.

2. The display of wherein said bottom of said casket corner section is attached to said bottom panel with screws.

3. The display of wherein said casket corner section has blocks attached to an interior thereof and said side panel is attached to said blocks with screws.

4. The display of wherein said blocks are glued to said interior of said casket corner section.

5. The display of wherein said side panel and bottom panel are attached to one another with screws.

6. The display of wherein said shelf includes at least one dowel pin thereon, and said bottom panel includes a locating hole therein which accepts said dowel pin on said shelf.

7. The display of wherein said shelf includes a pair of spaced dowel pins thereon and said bottom panel includes a pair of locating holes therein which accept said dowel pins on said shelf.

8. The display of wherein said back wall, wing wall, and shelf are attached to one another.

9. The display of wherein said casket corner section is fabricated from wood.

10. The display of wherein said casket corner section is fabricated from sheet metal.

11. The display of including a pair of said wing walls, said shelf spanning between said pair of wing walls.

12. The display of wherein said back wall has a pair of vertically spaced dowel pins thereon.

13. A display for displaying casket portions comprising:

a back wall,

at least one wing wall,

a shelf,

a casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom,

a side panel attached to one of said cut sides of said casket corner section,

a bottom panel attached to said bottom of said casket corner section, and

at least one locator on said back wall,

said casket corner section supported on said shelf, said side panel positioned between said wing wall and said locator, and the other of said cut sides facing said back wall, said locator spaced from said wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of said side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of said wing wall.

14. The display of wherein said back wall has a pair of vertically spaced locators thereon.

15. The display of wherein said locators are pins.

16. The display of wherein said pins are dowel pins.

17. A display for displaying casket portions comprising:

a back wall,

a pair of wing walls,

a pair of vertically spaced shelves,

two casket corner sections, each said casket corner section having two cut sides at substantially a right angle to one another and having a bottom,

a side panel attached to one of said cut sides of each said casket corner section,

a bottom panel attached to said bottom of each said casket corner section, and

two pairs of vertically spaced pins on said back wall, one of said pair of pins being located above an upper one of said pair of shelves and the other of said pair of pins being located above a lower one of said pair of shelves and below said upper one of said shelves,

one of said two casket corner sections supported on each said shelf, each said side panel positioned between one said wing wall and a respective pair of said pins, and each of the other of said cut sides facing said back wall, said pins spaced from said one wing wall by an amount such that an outwardly facing surface of each said side panel is snugged against an inwardly facing surface of said one wing wall.

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This invention relates to a modular display system for a casket selection or display room.

Among the funeral homes in the United States, the displaying of caskets is usually not thoroughly thought out. Typically, fifteen to twenty caskets are in a room and the environment surrounding the caskets is not completely and aesthetically designed to bring out all of the important features of the caskets.

The objective of the present invention has been to provide an improved display structure for supporting the caskets to be viewed, the display structure admitting of several configurations which, when properly disposed in a room, increase the number of caskets that can be displayed.

Another objective of the invention has been to improve the aesthetic environment in which the caskets are displayed.

Another objective of the invention has been to improve the profitability to the funeral director of his casket sales.

These objectives of the present invention are attained by providing a modular casket display structure which admits of multiple configurations and which can be installed very rapidly. More specifically, the invention includes back wall and side or wing walls removably-joined together so as to permit alcoves to be created and spaced around a display room. The invention contemplates a double-tiered display rack containing two vertically-spaced caskets disposed in each alcove. Each alcove is provided with tasteful signage which is easily mounted on the back wall to designate the category of casket and the casket per se as tastefully as possible. A modular soffit is mountable with four screws to the upper front corners of the wing walls. Each soffit contains a track light for creatively illuminating the caskets being displayed.

A variegated finish on all the surfaces of the alcove within which the caskets are displayed is of special, relatively neutral color, yet with pigmentation designed to bring up the colors of any casket displayed within the alcove.

The modular construction is not only suitable for forming alcoves lining the perimeter of walls of the display room, but it is also suitable for creating center-of-the-room displays of various configurations, thereby adding to the utilization of space within the display room.

Using the invention, a room that even seemed crowded when displaying fifteen to twenty caskets can be converted to a room displaying a minimum of twenty-seven to thirty caskets. The invention admits of the double stacking of the caskets while at the same time having them easily accessible, properly illuminated, and backed with a finish that is tastefully and aesthetically suitable for the conditions of selecting a casket. By providing a wider selection of caskets through proper utilization of the space provided by the present invention, the display room will be more profitable for the funeral director, for the parties selecting their caskets are more likely to find the caskets that suit them.

The invention permits the improved selection room to be installed in three to five days as contrasted to the several weeks that would be required if the room were built from scratch or "stick built." This fact, too, enhances the profitability to the funeral director for the funeral home will not be undesirable and adversely affected for an extended period of time by clutter and the noise of construction if the present invention is employed. Strikingly, the new improved display room can be installed almost over the weekend.

Another advantage of the modular construction is that it can be leased to the funeral director by the casket supplier with conventional leasing terms that permit the funeral director to own the structure at the end of the lease period while safeguarding the lessor permitting it to repossess the display elements if necessary. The improved profitability to the funeral director is such that lease payments are very likely to be able to be made out of the increased profitability that arises out of the display of the greater assortment of caskets along with the display in the most aesthetically pleasing environment.

The several features and objectives of the present invention will become more readily apparent from the following detailed description taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings in which:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a casket display room utilizing the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a disassembled, perspective view of one embodiment of the invention;

FIG. 3 is an elevational view partly in section of the embodiment of FIG. 2;

FIG. 4 is a fragmentary, perspective view of the wall fasteners for the display structure;

FIG. 5 is a fragmentary, perspective view of the brackets for the wall opposite to the wall depicted in FIG. 4;

FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken along lines 6--6 of FIG. 1;

FIG. 7 is a perspective view of the double-tiered rollout casket rack;

FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view taken along lines 8--8 of FIG. 7;

FIG. 9 is a perspective view of an alternative embodiment showing a display alcove mounted on a permanent wall;

FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of the mounting fasteners for the wall of FIG. 9;

FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view taken along lines 11--11 of FIG. 9 illustrating a typical leveler and bottom molding;

FIG. 12A is a diagrammatic plan view of an alternative freestanding four-way display;

FIG. 12B is a diagrammatic plan view of an alternative four-way display;

FIG. 12C is a diagrammatic plan view of an alternative two-way display; and

FIG. 12D is a plan view of an alternative four-way display.

FIG. 1 shows three walls of a representative casket display room of a funeral home, the display room having display alcoves formed in accordance with the present invention. It is contemplated that 26 caskets can be displayed in an area of 900 square feet. The illustration in FIG. 1 is a room that is slightly greater than one-half of an exemplary room. It is to be understood that the modular construction is well suited for a wide variety of room dimensions and configurations. The partial room illustrated in FIG. 1 is exemplary.

The perimeter vertical walls are lined with alcoves 10, each alcove containing two caskets 11 on a double-tiered rack. Along the walls, the alcoves 10 are formed by wing wall structures which will be described in detail below. In the center of the room is a freestanding two-way display structure 12 creating two alcoves 13, each of which has two caskets 11 mounted on a double-tiered rack. Other freestanding configurations will be described below.

Fundamental to all of the configurations is the modular wall structure wherein the modular walls are prefabricated and are removably attached to one another to create the desired alcove configurations. Approximately 18 minutes are required to set up two alcove units. A complete casket display room can be set up in three to five days.

A representative wing wall alcove is described with reference to FIGS. 1 and the perspective view FIG. 2.

Two vertical wing walls 20A and 20B are removably secured to a back wall 21. The back wall is covered by a removable, decorative panel 22 having a sign band 23 mounted above it. A soffit or valance 24 interconnects the wing walls 20A, 20B at their upper front edges and conceals a track light 18 by which the caskets are illuminated (FIG. 3). A double-tiered, self-supporting casket display rack 25 is mounted between the two wing walls, as best shown in FIG. 2.

Each wing wall 20A, 20B is preferably provided with leveling screws 28 such as are conventionally used on refrigerators and the like so as to accommodate uneven floor situations that are encountered in the wide variety of funeral homes in which the present invention is to be utilized. Prefabricated moldings 27 are slid into place to conceal the leveling screws 28 and to provide an aesthetically-appealing joint between the lower edges of the wing walls 20A, 20B and the floor which they engage.

Referring to FIG. 2, one embodiment of a freestanding alcove is illustrated. The back wall 21 is formed of an upper section 30 and a lower section 31. As illustrated in FIG. 6, each wall section 30, 31 is hollow and is formed of 1/4 inch plywood panels 32 secured around the perimeter to a wooden frame 33. The wing walls 20A, 20B are similarly formed. At the vertical edges, the wooden frame is recessed about 3/4 inch deep to form a channel 34 to receive bedfitting fasteners 35 by which the wing walls 20A, 20B are joined to the back wall 21. Each joint between wing wall 20A, 20B and back wall 21 has about four vertically-spaced bedfittings 35. As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, there is a slight difference in the orientation of the bedfittings as between the right wing wall 20B of FIG. 4 and the left wing wall 20A as depicted in FIG. 5. The right wing wall 20B has a female fitting 36 consisting of a plate 37 and integral channel-shaped vertical edges 38. An abutment 39 projects from the top of the female fitting 36. A male fitting 40 is secured by screws to the frame 33 of the back wall 21 and has a plate 41. The vertical edges of the plate 41 have laterally-projecting flanges or wings 42 which are received by the channel-shaped edges 38 of the female fitting. The channel-shaped edges 38 are, at their lower edges, slightly flared as at 43 to facilitate the entry of the male fitting 40 into the female fitting 36. As shown in FIG. 5, the bedfitting parts 36 and 40 are identical to those of FIG. 4. The female fittings 36 on the left wall 20A, however, are inverted so that the flaring 43 at the vertical, edges is at the upper end of the fitting and the abutment 39 is at the lower end of the fitting.

The procedure for assembling the wing walls 20A, 20B to the back wall 21 is to first slide the vertical edge of the lower section 31 of the back wall downwardly along the rear marginal surface of the left wing wall 20A until the male fittings 40 slide into the female fittings, thus securing the vertical edge in snug abutting relation to the marginal surface of the wing wall 20A. The upper section 30 of the rear wall 21 is assembled in a similar manner (FIG. 5). Thereafter, the right wing wall 20B is assembled by sliding its marginal surface against the vertical edge of the rear wall with the female fittings 36 sliding over the male fittings 40. This assembly method creates the joints depicted in FIG. 6.

Referring again to FIG. 2, the upper section 30 of the rear wall 21 has two pairs of laterally-spaced blocks 45. The sign band 23, preferably depicting a casket category, has blocks 47 on its rear surface. The upper edges of the blocks 45 and the lower edges of the blocks 47 are beveled, thus forming mating grooves to create a French cleat (FIG. 3) by which the sign band 23 is suspended on the rear wall 21. The decorative panel 22 has a strip 51 along its upper edge, the strip 51 being beveled as at 52 on its lower edge so as to mate with the lower pair of blocks 45 to form a French cleat suspension of the panel 22 (FIG. 3). The decorative panel 22 has a block 53 mounted on it. A casket sign 54 has a hollow rectangle projecting from its rear surface. The rectangle slides over the block 53 and is screwed thereto to fasten the casket sign 54 to the panel 22.

A prefabricated soffit or valance 24 has end flanges 57. Mating screw holes 58 and 59 on the flanges 57 and wing walls 20, respectively, are used to mount the soffit 56 between the wing walls. As shown in FIG. 3, the soffit has a five-bulb track light 18. The conductive track of the track light has a flexible cable 61 which projects through a preformed hole 62 in one wing wall 20B to connect the track light to an outlet in the display room of the female home. Each assembled alcove 10 can be connected to its own outlet or, alternatively, adjoining alcoves can be serially interconnected by running cables 61 from one light bar to the light bar of the adjoining alcove soffit.

Overlying the alcove is a ceiling formed by a paracube lens 65. An angle bracket 66 is screwed to the upper marginal surface of the back wall and wing walls, leaving a projecting lower leg of the angle bracket. The paracube lens 65 is simply set into the alcove and rests upon the angle bracket.

As best shown in FIG. 7, the two-tiered casket display rack 25 has a base formed of two laterally-spaced steel rails 70 each of which is welded to a respective vertical post 71. A steel X truss 72 interconnects the steel posts 71. Upper rails 73 are cantilevered from the upper ends of the posts 71. The front edges of the upper rails 73 are joined by a steel bar 74. The upper rails 73 and bar 74 provide a very rugged support for any casket, the caskets weighing up to about 300 pounds.

A rollout rack 75 is connected by a scissors unit 76 to a rod 77 fixed to the rear ends of lower rails 70. One leg 78 of the scissors unit is slidable on the rod 77 and the other leg 79 is fixed to the rod. The rollout rack has six rollers 80 mounted on axles 81 which are mounted between transverse bars 82 forming part of the rack 75 as best shown in FIG. 8. The transverse bars 82 have lower surfaces 83 and upper surfaces 84. The rollers 80 project slightly below the lower surface 83 and lie below the upper surface 84 so that the roller can roll along the floor of the display room and the roller is not interfered with by a casket lying on top of the rollout rack 75. The rack 25 and roller combination is designed to position the lower casket 11 a minimum distance above the floor so that upper rails 73 can be as low as possible to support the casket 11 at the lowest height possible, thereby promoting the most comfortable and least intimidating position for viewing by the persons selecting a casket.

Preferably, the front surfaces of the post 71 are lined with a rubber strip 85 to prevent the marring of the casket as it is rolled from a viewing position in front of the alcove back into the rack within the alcove to its storage position. Further, the rod 77 is preferably provided with a stop 77A that blocks the casket from being rolled out too far and yet assures that the casket will be pulled out far enough to permit lifting the casket lid without banging against the structure above.

As shown in FIG. 11, each wing wall 20A, 20B (and lower back wall section if necessary) is fitted with the leveling screw 28 so that the walls can be leveled on floors that are angled to horizontal. A lower molding section 27 surrounds the lower edge of the wing wall to conceal the leveler. The molding section may be U-shaped as shown in FIG. 2 to provide molding legs 27A and 27B for the outside and inside of the alcove, respectively. It is seen that the molding 27 is simply slid around the lower edge of the wing wall. Where wing walls are mounted side-by-side as shown at 90 in FIG. 1, a J-shaped molding which eliminates one leg 27A or 27B is employed.

All exposed surfaces of the alcove are preferably coating with a variegated coating that is sprayed on the surface. A preferred coating is VARIKRON DS 31 60 848 by Roni Coating Systems, Inc. A beige liquid carries, principally, black, blue and orange beads that splatter when sprayed onto the surface to impart to the surface a neutral hue that brings out a color of the casket placed next to the finished surface.

On the category sign band 23, the category of casket is preferably designated with hot wire cut Styrofoam letters (not shown).

The value of the modular construction of a display alcove can readily be appreciated from the foregoing description of the modular elements. The representative alcove can be assembled in about 18 minutes. The rear wall 21 is assembled to the left wing wall 20A, the right wing wall 20B is then slid into place. Two screws on each side mount the soffit 24 to the upper front edges of the wing walls 20A, 20B. The sign band 23 is hung in place as is the decorative panel 50 using the French cleat mountings. The paracube ceiling .65 is dropped into place. The lower mountings are slid into place. The double-tiered rack 25 is slid into place. A complete room can be assembled in three to five days with a labor saving of around 20,000 as contrasted to a "stick built" room.

The variegated finish provides a very pleasing setting for the caskets. The design of the double-tiered casket rack is such as to present the upper casket at a level of about 27 inches above the floor as contrasted to the prior constructions which position the casket at about 31 or 32 inches above the floor so that the casket is much less intimidating to the viewer.

The alcove structure just described is adapted for mounting against the wall of the display room but is nevertheless completely freestanding. In FIG. 9 there is illustrated an alcove structure designed to utilize the existing wall of the display room.

The existing wall is indicated at 92. Vertical wood strips 93 are screwed to the vertical wall, as are the blocks 45 which receive the sign band 23 and decorative panel 22. The wing walls 20A, 20B are specially formed with vertical rear edges 95 having recesses 96. Each recess contains three male bedfittings 40 of which only one is shown in FIG. 10 and the vertical strips have three aligned female fittings 36. The recess 96 in the rear edge of the wing walls is deep enough to accommodate the thickness of the strip 93 and female fittings as well as the thickness of the male fitting 40 so that the wing walls 20A, 20B can be assembled by sliding it down over the strip 93 so that it snugly abuts the existing wall 92. The soffit 24, paracube ceiling 65 and double-tiered rack 25 are mounted in the alcove as previously described.

Four freestanding display units suitable for the center of he display room are illustrated in FIGS. 12A to 12D.

Referring to FIG. 12A, four alcoves are formed by four L-shaped wall structures 101. Each L-shaped wall structure consists of a wing wall 20A and a back wall 21 formed as described in connection with FIG. 2. The right wing wall is omitted, however. Each back wall 21 has a rear surface 104 equipped with female bedfittings that are alignable with and receive male bedfittings on the abutting edges 105 of the rear wall 21. A visible portion 106 of the rear surface of rear wall 21 forms a wing wall of each alcove 100. It is contemplated that double-tiered racks will be positionable in each of the alcoves 100.

In the alternative construction of FIG. 12B, only rear walls 21 are employed, the rear walls being interconnected by bedfittings as described in connection with FIG. 12A. The difference between the structure of FIG. 12A and FIG. 12B is that the wing wall 20 as a separate unit is eliminated, thus exposing the ends of the caskets mounted in the partial alcove for viewing.

In FIG. 12C, a rear wall 21 is butted against double-sized wing walls 107, the connection of the wing walls 107 to the rear wall 21 being made by the bedfittings as described previously.

The display alcove of FIG. 12D is similar to that of FIG. 12C. Two back walls 21 are provided and are butted into wing walls 108 that are even larger than the wing walls 107. The wing walls 108 are large enough from back walls for lateral caskets 11 at the sides of the display. In this form, two interior alcoves 100 are provided, each receiving two caskets on a double-tiered rack. At the sides, two caskets on a double-tiered rack can be displayed and backed by the oversized wing walls 108.

From the above disclosure of the general principles of the present invention and the preceding detailed description of a preferred embodiment, those skilled in the art will readily comprehend the various modifications to which the present invention is susceptible. Therefore, we desire to be limited only by the scope of the following claims and equivalents thereof:

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Save space - store 2 or 3 caskets in same area as one. Safe with no wiggle or wobble. All steel construction will support 2 tons. Forest green enamel finish. 20 individual metal rollers on each tier allows casket to roll into place easily and safely.

QUILTED CASKET COVER

Attractive cover of heavy duty quilted fabric to protect caskets from inclement weather. Outer shell is filled with cotton batting. Cover is lined with white cotton.

84"L x 24"W

DISPLAY ROOM CASKET COVERS

These casket covers are 2 mil clear polyethylene with all edges bound. 90" x 33 1/2". Individually packed.

  • C222/16 FULL COUCH OPEN STYLE
  • C222/17 CLOSED STYLE
  • C222/18 HALF COUCH OPEN STYLE

C222/17

C222/16

C222/18

PROTECTIVE CASKET COVERS

  • C222/10 DOUBLE POLISHED 4 MIL.
  • C222/19 SEMI-CLEAR 5 MIL

Made of high quality vinyl. Packaged individually. Tailored to fit caskets from 6'   -3" to 7". 22" overlays

CASKET VEILS

  • C245/70142 FULL COUCH
  • C245/70141 3/4 COUCH
  • C245/70140 1/2 COUCH

Casket veils have been used as religious symbols and to cover precious items. Veiling adds dignity and commands respect for the deceased. Veils are full cut and well tailored. 4" fringe. Available in Black, Ecru, Eggshell, Gray, Rust, Blue, Navy, Orchid, Pink, Poppy or Wine.

 

 

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