United States Patent Number 5,050,910
September 24, 1991
A fragrance-releasing insert for a magazine, book or the like comprises a leaf having four at least partially overlapping sheets. At least an adjacent two of the sheets including the first and second sheets are substantially cut through to define a first portion of a removable unit, and at least an adjacent two of the sheets including the second and third sheets are at least partially cut through to define a second portion of the removable unit. The sheets of the second portion are of one-piece integral construction with corresponding ones of the sheets of the first portion so that the first and second portions are removable from the remainder of the leaf as the removable unit. Each of the sheets are secured together outside the periphery of the removable unit, the sheets of the first portion are secured together for movement as a unit, and two of the sheets of the second portion are separably secured together for movement as a unit and for releasing a scent when the two sheets of the second portion are separated from each other.
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