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Ndv. 9,1937.
s. <5. AWBREY
A Filed Sept. 23, 1935
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Patented Nov. 9, 1937
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Samuel C. Awbrey, Kansas City, Mo.
Application September 23, 1935, Serial No. 41,683
3 Claims.
(01. 211-420)
- _This invention relates to supporting devices
body portion of the rack and in order to '1 corn
for wearing apparel such as hats, ties, trousers plete the provision of a'guide'wall at each slot re
and similar garments, and has for its primary spectively, the‘ outermost length 14 of the 're
object, the provision of a toggery rack, wherein Ybent strip 6 is extended as at le'so that the guide
'5 is'combined unique, durable and effective means wall [8 is formed thereon. This outermost length’ UT
for holding such articles for convenient place14 has means formed thereby, whereby the rack
ment and removal. One of the important aims in its entirety may be secured to a supporting sur~
of the instant invention is to provide in a toggery face. In the illustrated embodiment of the in
rack, means for holding trousers, which com- vention seen in Figs 1, 2 and 3, the offset portions
10 prises a, strip of resilient material rebent upon 20 Of this outermost length 14 afford convenient 10
itself a recurring number of times to present structure for securing the rack in position. There
a series of open-end slots, which open ends are is an opening 22 formed in offset portions 20
formed in a novel manner to present at least one
and a Screw 24 is passed through this Opening
guide wall adjacent the entrance to the respec-
22 into the Support
15 tive slots so that a garment may be moved to the
gripped position without dif?culty.
An even further object of this invention is to
provide a toggery rack of the aforementioned
character, wherein is incorporated a hat holder
20 which overhangs the pants holder and a tie rack,
which is affixed to the outermost. length of the
rebent strip. of resilient material, all to the end
that interference between the toggery held by
the rack is obviated and any or all of the articles
25 which the rack is designed to Support may be
moved to and from. the supported position with
In addition to the foregoing broader objects
A hat holder comprising a pair of uprights 26 15
and an intermediate bow 21, is associated with the rebent strip in the manner shown. The up
rights 2'5 overlie Offset portions 20 and an Open
ing 23 formed therein On each Side respectively
of offset 20 receives a screw 30 to further fasten 20
of this invention, the following speci?cation will
the rack in place. Uprights 26 having laterally
projected portions, insures that how 27 and the
remaining portions of uprights 25 are in an Over
hanging relation with respect to strip 6, before
described. The hat holder in the form of up- 25
rights 26 and bow 21 is preferably formed of '
flat strip stock. which is rigid, yet light. The
manner of forming uprights 26 to embrace offsets
20 Should- he followed and the height of uprights
30 disclose minor objects that contribute in the
production of a most desirable article of manufacture.
Inthe drawing:
Figure 1 is a, perspective View of a, toggery rack
35 made in accordance with this invention
Fig, 2 is an end elevatign of the same_
Fig_ 3 is a, longitudinal, cross section through
the rack, taken along line III-II]; of Fig. 1, and,
Fig_ 4 is a, perspective View of a toggery rack
40 embodying a modi?ed form of the invention
25 may be Varied to suit Conditions so long as the 30
Width of the hat brim is taken intO- Considera
The tie rack 32 which. is secured along the
other 0111781111051‘, length 34 of strip 6 iS provided
with outwardly extended angular wings 36 that 35
serve as guide walls in that they have the ends
thereof terminating in substantially the same
transverse plane as the ends of outermost length
I4. With this construction, there is formed at
each end of the rack, a small bay-like indenta- 40
The toggery rack comprises a strip of resilient
materiai 6, rebent upon itself a, recurring number
of times to present a plurality of open-end slots
8, within which is positioned a, garment such as
45 a pair of trousers or the like. Strip 6 is flat and
bent so that when the weight of the garments is
thereupon, it will not sag. The inherent resiliency of strip 6 is such that the garments moved
into slots 8 are securely held and to facilitate in50 sertion, the bights I0 formed by rebending, are
disposed in o?set relation so that a guide wall I2
is presented adjacent the mouth of each slot respectively.
As illustrated in Fig. 3, bights ID are on a line
55 extending at an angle transversely across the
tion, bottomed by the entrance to the several slots
8. This feature of the rack is valuable in that
garments may be moved- iiltO the Slots 3 through
the guidance of the several walls mentioned and
because of the projecting Wings 36 just men- 45
Each of these Wings has a notch 33 formed
therein for the purpose of receiving any article
that may be hung thereon and ties are looped Over
the Several ?ngers 49 forming a part Of tie reek 50
32. The back strip 42 of tie rack 32 is secured di
rectly to the outermost length 44 of strip 6 and
when garments are moved to position in slots 8,
the expansion and contraction of the rebent strip
6 moves tie rack 32 toward and from the support 55
so that interference with the garments held with
in these said slots does not take place.
In the form of the invention illustrated in Fig.
4, strip 50 is bent in the same fashion as before
described and a tie rack 52 is secured to the outer
most length of said strip 50, as before mentioned.
The only variation between the toggery rack il
lustrated in Figs. 1 to 3 inclusive over that illus
trated in Fig. 4 is the speci?c manner of creating
offset 54, which has openings 56 therethrough to
receive suitable fastening elements'to hang the
rack upon a support.
cessive lengths of said strip being progressively
shorter as one outermost length thereof is ap
proached from the other outermost length; and
an outwardly and forwardly extending wing at
each end respectively of the shortest outermost
length of material whereby a guide wall is pre
sented at the entrance to each adjacent slot re
a part of the completed structure.
Having thus described the invention, what is
silient material rebent upon itself a recurring
number of times to present open-end slots, suc
cessive lengths of said strip being progressively
claimed as new and desired to be secured by Let
shorter as one outermost length thereof is ap
ters Patent is:
proached from the other outermost length; and
a ‘wing at each end respectively of the shortest
outermost length'of strip material and extending
therebeyond whereby a guide wall is presented at
the entrance to each slot respectively, each wing
being angled forwardly so that the free end there
of extends outwardly from said shortest. length of
1. A toggery rack comprising a strip ‘of're
silient material rebent upon itself a recurring
number of times to present open-end slots, the
bights and ends-ofzsaid' strip being in longitudinal
oifset relation; and a strip of material secured to
one of the outermost lengths of said strip mate
rial in overlapped relation whereby a guide wall
25 is presented at the entrance to each adjacent slot
3. A toggery rack comprising a strip of re
Also, in this form, the hat rack does not form
2. A toggery rack comprising a strip of re
silient material rebent upon itself a recurring
number of times to present open-end slots, suc
strip material.
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