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Two-piece dispenser for double-edge razor blades

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4972968.

A dispenser for double-edge razor blades includes a tray and a cover overlying the tray. The cover has side flanges for overlying the sides of the tray and inwardly extending projections for cooperating with inwardly directed locking surfaces on the tray to maintain the cover and tray in assembly. Openings are provided through the cover in registration with the inwardly extending projections such that the plastic molding of the cover can be accomplished without side action of mold parts. The tray includes a body portion and a pair of inwardly extending ledges spaced from the body portion defining a used blade compartment. The body portion has a pair of openings in registration with the ledges and having at least like lateral and longitudinal extent as the ledges whereby the tray may be molded without side action mold parts.

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