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March 15, 17938.
0. CARLSON
T IE HOLDER
Filed Aug.'51, 1955
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Patented Mar. 15, 1938
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TIE HOLDER
Oscar Carison, East Providence, R. 1., assignor
to lilolan <2; Bullock, Frovidence, R. 1., a part
nership consisting of Arthur S. Dolan, Fred
erick A. Bullock, and William G. Bennett
Application August 31, 1935, Serial No. 38,758
4 Claims. (Cl. 24-49)
My present invention relates to jewelry articles,
and has particular reference to a novel construc
tion for tie holders.
It is the principal object of my invention to
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devise a tie holder construction which does not
' grip the tie ?rmly and instead holds the tie
against lateral movement while permitting verti
cal movement to accommodate the movements of
It is a further object of my invention to pro
vide a tie holder construction which may be
readily adjusted for ties of different width so as
to snugly hold the tie while presenting an orna
mental appearance at all times.
An additional object of my invention is to pro
vide a tie holder construction that has a small
number of parts, easily manufactured and as
sembled, and strong and rigid in use.
With the above and other objects and advan
tageous features in view, my invention consists of
a novel arrangement .of parts more fully dis
closed in the detailed description following, in
conjunction with the accompanying drawing, and
more speci?cally de?ned in the claims appended
thereto.
7 In the drawing,
Fig. 1 is a plan view of the novel tie holder
arrangement, the tie holder parts being in con
tracted position;
Fig. 2 is a view similar to Fig. 1, showing the
tie holder parts in extended position;
Fig. 3 is a side view of the shirt engaging por
tion of the tie holder;
Fig. 4 is a rear View of the front shirt engag
' ing element;
Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the extendible
adjusting element shown in Figs. 1 and 2; and
Fig. 6 is an enlarged section of the line 5-6 of
Fig. 1.
Referring to the drawing, the novel tie holder
arrangement includes a shirt engaging portion
it comprising a front element It and a rear ele
ment 12, the parts being arranged in the usual
manner to resiliently urge the two elements to
45 gether for releasably engaging a shirt hem there
between. The elements are preferably formed of
wire, the front element having a rearwardly ex
tending hook portion 93 as indicated in Fig. 3, and
being secured to the contiguous parts of the rear
50 element by means of a connector l4.
slidable member it, see Fig. 5, is seated, this
member 18 being preferably composed of wire,
As shown in
Figs. 1, 2 and 4, the front element is formed of
two spaced bars [5, and has guide means l6 se
cured thereto, which preferably consist of two
links, bent as indicated in Figs. 4 and 6, and
55 ?rmly gripping the sections 15, the ends of the
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shaped as shown, one end being formed as an
eye It and the other end being bent over as at
29 to form a stop portion as ' hereinafter ex
plained.
the wearer.
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links extending inwardly as shown in Fig. 6 to
form a runway ll in conjunction with the front
portions of the links and the bars 15 in which a
.
.
When the member i8 is mounted in the runway 10
as indicated in Figs. 1, 2 and 6, it may be moved
longitudinally with respect to the front portion
I 5 until. the end 2t contacts the contiguous. guide
link; a flexible ornamental member 21 is attached
by any suitable means to the bent portion l3 and
to the eye 99, as by connecting rings, spring hooks,
or the like. The ?exible member may be of any
?exible material, and preferably is made of metal
chain; it may be ornamented in any desired man
ner, as by plating, by using connected links of
different type, and by mounting suitable orna
ments at one or more points along the length
thereof.
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With the above described construction, the
shirt engaging portion it may be detachably se 25
cured to a shirt hem, which is gripped between
the front portion H and the rear portion l2.
The ornamental member depends downwardly so
as to permit insertion of the tie holder, whereby
the tie is held against lateral movement, but may
move vertically to accommodate the movements
of the wearer.
Different sizes of ties are accom
modated by moving the element 28 outwardly,
thus widening or contracting the space between
the ends of the ?exible member.
While I have described a speci?c constructional
embodiment of my invention, it is obvious that
changes in the shape of the parts, in the mate
rial used for the parts, and in their relative
mounting, may be made to suit the requirements 40
for different tie holder constructions without de
parting from the scope of the invention as de
fined in the appended claims.
I claim:
.
,
1. In a tie holder, a shirt engaging portion com
prising a front and a rear member, an adjust
ment member slidably mounted in the front mem
ber and formed of wire bent to provide a stop at
one end and an eye at the other end, means en
gageable by said stop for limiting outward move 50
ment of the adjustment member, and a flexible
member secured at its ends to the front member
and the eye of the adjustment member.
2. In a tie holder, a shirt engaging portion
comprising a front and a rear member, an ad
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justment member slidably mounted in the front
member and formed of wire bent to provide a
stop at one end and an eye at the other end,
secured at its ends to the front member and the
eye of the adjustment member.
4. In a tie holder, a shirt engaging portion
means engageable by said stop for limiting out
ward movement of the adjustment member, and.
said front member having spaced parts and guide
comprising a rear member and a front member,
member and the eye of the adjustment member.
3. In a tie holder, a shirt engaging portion
means secured to said spaced parts forming a
runway, an adjustment member slidably mounted
in said runway and formed of wire bent to pro
comprising a rear member and a front member,
vide a stop at one end and an eye at the other
a ?exible member secured to one end of the front
said front member having spaced parts and guide
end, said adjustment member stop being engage
means secured to said spaced parts 'fOrming a
runway, an adjustment member slidably mounted
in said runway and formed of wire bent to pro
able with said guide means, and a flexible mem
ber secured at its ends to the front member and
the eye of the adjustment member.
vide an eye at one end, and a ?exible member
OSCAR CARLSON.
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