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Jan. 11, 193s.
M. P. EXLINE Er AL
_ 2,104,977
CRAVAT OR NECKTIE
Filed Feb. 10, 1936
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Patented Jan. 11, 1938
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UNITED ST'E'E
2,104,977
CRAVAT OR NECKTIE
Marcus Page Exline and Katharine Howard
Exline, Dallas, Tex.
Application February 10, 1936, Serial No. 63,180
3 Claims. (Cl. 2-146)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in cravats or neck ties.
One object of the invention is to provide an
improved neck tie, or cravat, which is so con
5 structed that it will not twist, or get out of shape.
An important object of the invention is to pro
vide an improved neck tie which has its longi
tudinal edges reinforced, whereby the strain
caused by an ‘excessive pull on the tie is taken
the material is folded upon itself at each edge of
the face Il to form the back sections l2. The
back sections are sewed together along a central
seam I3 extending longitudinally of the back of
the tie, and suitable lining Iii is inserted between Ul
the front and back sections so formed. This is
the usual method of forming ties and is there
fore, subject to variation.
In carrying out the invention, a cord or braid
l5 is inserted within the tie along the edges there
of. This cord has a thickness slightly greater
tearing or splitting of said tie.
Another object of the invention is to provide than the material of which the tie is made and
an improved neck tie, or cravat, having means is located at the fold of the material as is clearly
for holding the tie in position around the neck . shown in Figure 3. To hold said cord in the
15 band of a collar which prevents the tie slipping edge, the front and back sections Il and I2 of
from beneath the collar; said means also serving the tie may be stitched together adjacent the
to prevent the knot of the tie from slipping and cord, whereby displacement thereof is obviated.
The cord extends completely around all edges
becoming loosened.
of
the tie and therefore reinforces and strengthens
Another object of the invention is to provide an
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20 improved neck tie which is reinforced and the tie. When an excessive pull is exerted on
strengthened along its edges, whereby the tie said tie, it will be obvious that the strain is taken
by such cord rather than by the material of which
may be made of a single thickness of cloth, there
by reducing the amount of material necessary, as the tie is made. This eliminates all danger of
well as eliminating the use of a lining, which tearing or splitting of the material and also pre 25
vents twisting, or otherwise pulling out of shape.
greatly reduces the cost.
Since the cord, braid or other reinforcing
A construction designed to carry out the in
means
at the edges of the tie, has a greater thick
vention will be hereinafter described, together
ness than the material, the edges of the tie are
with other features of the invention.
The invention will be more readily understood thicker or heavier than the central portion 30
from a reading of the following specification and thereof. Thus, when the tie encircles a collar
30 by reference to the accompanying drawing, in band beneath the collar of a shirt, these thicker
which examples of the invention are shown, and edges are engaged between said collar and band,
and due to their increased thickness provide
wherein:
Figure 1 is a perspective view of a neck tie, or sufficient frictional engagement to prevent the 35
tie from slipping from beneath the collar. Also
35 cravat, constructed in accordance with the in
after the tie is knotted in the usual manner, the
Vention,
Figure 2 is an enlarged view of one end of the reinforced edges form ridges whereby these ridges
tie, having a portion broken away to show the not-only take all the wear, but also tend to fric
tionally hold the tie in place, thereby preventing
reinforcing means,
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from slipping.
Figure 3 is an enlarged, transverse, sectional theIt knot
is noted that various ways of reinforcing the
by such reinforced edges, thereby eliminating
view of the same,
Figure 4 is a perspective View of another form
of the invention,
Figure 5 is a transverse, sectional View of the
same,
Figure 6 is an enlarged, transverse sectional
view of a modified form of the invention, and
Figure 7 is an elevation of another form of the
invention.
In the drawing, the numeral I0 designates a
tie which may be of any desired construction.
As is shown, the tie is of the usual construction,
being made of a single piece of material. The
material is of such width that the front section
or face Il of the tie is ñrst formed, after which
tie may be employed. It would be possible to sew
a flat braid on the underside of all the edges there
of. Also, it would be possible to make a tie of a
single thickness of material instead of forming the 45
front and back sections with the lining therebe
tween. This form of tie is shown in Figures 4 and
5. In such case, a section of material I8 is pro
vided and this material has its longitudinal edge
portions l'i folded back upon itself to form a hem. 50
A suitable cord ‘or other reinforcing means I8 is
inserted in the hem and it will be seen that a
tie, having all the advantages of that shown in
Figures 1 to 3 is had. In this latter form, only
a single thickness of material is used, which not 55
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only results in a saving of material, but also elimi
In Figure '7, still another form of the invention
nates the use of lining. The provision of the re
inforced edges gives the tie suilîcient body to re Y is shown. In'this form, the cravat l0’ is con
tain its proper shape. It is noted that in this structed similar to that shown in Figure 1_ In
form, only the longitudinal edges are shown as termedìate its ends, the edges of the tie are cut
reinforced, but if desired, the transverse edges
may >also be similarly reinforced. However, it has
been found that the strains caused by excessive
pull are usually longitudinal, and therefore, re
10 inforcing only longitudinally of the tie has proven
effective.
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It is not necessary to utilize a separate reinforc
ing cord, or braid, for it has been found that the
advantages can be obtained by merely turning
sufficient of the material back at the edge por
tions to give the en’ect of the cord.
This con
struction is clearly shown in Figure 6, wherein the
material l5 at the edge portions is »turned back,
then folded upon itself and then stitched in place,
to form the reinforced edge. This construction
at 20 so as to form an uneven edge. This uneven
edge is approximately at the point that the tie is
knotted and therefore, said uneven edges prevent
a slippage of the tie. This form may, or may not
have its longitudinal edges reinforced by the
cord or braid, as in the other forms'.
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What we claim and desire to secure by Letters
Patent, is:
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1. A cravat having its opposite longitudinal
Vedges folded from end to end thereof, a reinforc
ing means located VWithin the folds from end to 15
end thereof, and stitching closely adjacent to said
reinforcing means for retaining said reinforcing
means `within the folds.
2. A cravat having its opposite longitudinal
edges folded from end to end thereof, a reinforcing 20
noted that various ways may be Worked out, and means comprising ra cord located Within the folds
the invention is not to beV limited to the detailed from end to'end thereof, and stitching closely ad
methods shown, for so long as the edges of the tie jacent to said reinforcing means for retaining
said reinforcing means Within the folds.
i are reinforced so as to prevent the tie from twist
3. A cravat folded throughout its opposite lon 25
ing or pulling out of shape, and also to prevent Y
gitudinal edge portions from end to end thereof,
slippage of the tie, the advantages of the im
proved tie will be had. Although We have shown and a reinforcement located within the folds andY
has all the advantages of the other forms. , Itis
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the reinforcing along the transverse edges as Well
as along the longitudinal edges in Figures 1 to 3,
it is pointed out that our improved results may be
obtained by merely reinforcing the longitudinal
edges' alone.
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extending from end to end thereof, said folded
portions being stitched throughout Vthe length
thereof to bind the folds >and retain therein 30
forcing element in place.
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MARCUS PAGE EXLINE.
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KATHARINE HOWARD EXLINE. i
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