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March 22, 1938.
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l.. LoscHER
2,112,036
GARMENT
Filed Deo. 25, 1956'
2 Sheets-Shea?. l
INVENTOR
ATTORNEY
March 22, 1938.
L. LOSCH ER
GARMENT
2,112,036
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Filed Deo. 23, 1956
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
INVENTOR
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ATTORNEY
2,112,036
i Patented Mar. 22, 1.938A
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Fig. 4 is a cross-sectional _view taken on line
13 Claims.
'This ,invention relates to garments, such as
4_4 of Fig. 3;
Fig. 5 _is a perspective, detailed, partial View
‘ coats, jackets, or the like sleeved garments. ~
An object‘of' this invention isto provide a gar
ment of the> character described, having a quickly
of one corner of the coat and lining, with parts
broken away to disclose the slider actuated fas
tening means;
6 detachable lining provided with an integral collar.
A further object of `this invention is to provide
a sleeved garment of the character described,
having a lining' detachably attached theretoV by
Fig. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken throughV
the cuif of the coat shown in Fig. 2, with the
sleeve lining attached thereto;
slider actuated fasteners at the sleevefcuffs and at
10 the front and around the neck line of the gar
ment, the lining having integral‘portions adapted
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folded-over collar;
Fig. 8 is a perspective view of a' portion of the
neck of the coat with lining and collar attached
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thereto, and with parts in cross-section;
Another object ofthis invention is to provide a
sleeved garment provided with cuffs 'on' the
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Fig. 7 is a perspective view of the coat, pro l0
vided with a, heavy lining having an integral
`to, be exposed atthe cuffs and collar when .the
lining is worn and having the appearance of be--_
ing part of the coat.
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Fig. 9 is a perspective view of a jacket em
sleeves, detachable from the sleeves and adapted . bodying the invention, provided with fur cuffs on
the sleeves adapted to be detachably attached .
to be `attached `at the neck of the garment and
together forma collar for said garment.
by slider _actuated fasteners and attached to the
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neck portion to form. a. collar for the jacket;
Yet another object of this invention is to pro
view
taken Fig.
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is
a
cross-sectional
vide an ensembleconsisting of> a coat, a detach
able light lining attachable thereto to match the Athrough one of the sleeves of the jacket shown in“
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dress worn under the coat, and having integral Fig..9, and its cuif;
Fig. 11 is a plan view of one of the cuffs de
trimmings at the neck and cuffs, matching the
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dress and adapted 'to be exposed when the lining tached from the garment and _stretched out;
Fig. 12 is a front elevational view of the neck
425 is used, and av second lining adapted to replace `
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portion of the jacket of Fig. 9; and
‘ the first lining and made of a heavier or warmer
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Fig. 13 is a perspective view of a coat with col
material and provided with an integral collar
adapted to fold over the neck portion of the coat;
lar similar to jacket ofl Fig. 9.Y
whereby said coat may beworn without either
lining, or with the light lining, or with'the heavy
designates a basic garment or coat on a figure I l
lining, depending upon the weather or the oc
casion.
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A still further object of this invention is to
provide av neat and >attractive garment of the
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« character described, which shall be inexpensive
to manufacture, which may be executed in many
varied attractive designs, and which is yet practi
cal and efficient to a high degree.
Öther objects of this invention will in part bev
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obvious and in4 part hereinafter pointed out. `
. The ‘invention accordingly ’consists in the
features `of construction, combinations of ele
ments, and arrangement of parts which will be
45 exemplified in the construction hereinafter de
, scribed, and of which the scope of application will
be` indicated in the. following claims.
In the accompanying drawings, in which are
shown one of the various possible illustrative
50 embodiments of this invention,
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a garment em
` bodying the invention, -illustrating the coat with
a light lining matchingthe dress worn beneath
'the coat;
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Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the coat and lin
ing shown in Fig. 1 opened up, with part of the
lining partly -detached; -
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` Fig. -3 is an enlarged, 4detailed view showing a
portion> of the'lining >and collar trim and part
.ofthe coat;
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Referring now in detail to the drawing, I0 30
and provided with sleeves I2 and being split down
the front. Detachably attached to the linside
of the coat is a supplementary garment or lining
I5. The lining I5 likewise has sleeve portions I6 35
disposed within the sleeves I2 of the coat.` The
vsleeve portion I6 is /provided with an integral
collar trim I'I adapted to be exposed at the neck
of the wearer when the lining is worn with the
coat. Cuff trims I8 may also be stitched to the 40
ends of the sleeve linings I6, said trims I8 like
wise being exposed> when the coat and lining are
worn. The lining I5 with its sleeves I6 are de
tachably attached to the coat by slider 'actuated
fastener means I9 extending around the front 45
split edgesof >the garment as at 20, around the
neck of the garment as at 2|, below the trim I1,
and at the cuffs or ends of the sleeves >I2 as at
22 short of the trims I8.
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The lining I5 may be made of a light material, 50
such as silk, similar to or matching the material
of the dress 25 worn beneath the coat. The bot-`
tom edge of the dress may be provided with a '
trim 26 matching the collar trim I1 and cuff
trims I8. When the coat I0 is open somewhat at 55
the front to expose the lining I5, a harmonious
effect will be produced because the lining'mate
rial is the same as or matches the dress material
25 which may be seen at' the front where the
coat is opened up. The trimming Il may be in 60
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the form of a collar and may be made of any
suitable material, such as silk, lace, linen, or the
like material. The trim I1 may also fold over
the neck portion 28 of the coat. When the lin
ing I5 is used, the trim I1, IB have the appear
‘ ance of being part -of the coat I0.
To attach the lining I0 to the coat, the slider 30
which remains on one of the slider actuated fas
tener portions, engages the other complementary
10 fastener portion, and then is moved upwardly on
one side of the coat, around the neck line, and
then down the other.
It will now be understood that the coat I0 may
be worn alone without the lining and may also be
15 worn with the lining I5, depending upon the
weather and the suitability for the occasion.
It will now be understood that I have provided
worn, the cuffs 54 are attached to the collar
and together form a furred collar for the coat 60.
In each instance where slider actuated fas
teners are mentioned, it will be understood that
the same may be replaced by snap fasteners, but
tons, or other quickly detachable fasteners.
Although the collar 4I is illustrated in the draw
ings as being stitched to the lining 40, it will be
understood that the collar may be detachably at
atached to the lining by snap fasteners, slider 10
actuated. fastener means, or any other suitable
quickly detachable fastener.
The lining for the jacket of Fig. 9 may also be
removably attached to the jacket with the cuffs
54 detachably attached to the lining, either on 15
the sleeves or at the collar.
It will thus be seen that there is provided a de
a basic garment and a supplementary garment `
vice in which the several objects of this invention
within said basic garment and serving as a lin
are achieved, and which is well adapted to meet
20 ing therefor. The basic garment and the supple
the conditions of practical use.
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mentary garment are of substantially the same
As various possible embodiments might be made
width and have approximately the same neck of the above invention, and as various changes
configuration and both are open at the front. might be made in the embodiments above set
It will now also be understood that the marginal forth, it is to be understood that all matter here
25 edges of the «supplementary garment extend to
set forth or shown in the accompanying draw 25
the complementary marginal edges of the basic in
ings is to be interpreted as illustrative and not
garment, being detachably connected thereto
along their front marginal edges and neck por
tions by complementary fasteners.
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For colder weather the lining I5 may be re
moved and replaced with a lining 40 of a heavier
or warmer material, such as wool, or any other
suitable lining material. The lining 40 is similar
to the lining I5 except that it is provided with
35 a heavy fur collar 4I which folds over the neck
portion 28 of the coat I Il. The lining 40 is also
provided with sleeve portions received within the
sleeves I2 ofr the coat and is attached tothe coat
by slider actuated fastener means I9 around the
40 edges of the lining below the collar 4I and at
the ends of the sleeve portions of the lining.
'I‘he collar 4I has the appearance of being part
of the coat.
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It will now be understood that the coat I0 may
4,5 be worn either alone or with a light lining I5,
or with a heavy lining 40. 'I‘he ensemble is thus
suitable for travel or cruise, and eliminates ne
cessity for a number of separate coats or outfits.
In Fig. 9 there is shown a jacket 5I) provided
with sleeves 5I having linings 52. At the ends
of the sleeve linings I2 are slider actuated fas
tener portions 53. Attached to the sleeve lin
ings 52 are furred cuffs 54 having slider actuated
i fastener portions 55 united to the fastener portion
55 53 by usual slider. The jacket 50 may be pro
vided with a collar 56 having a lining 51. At
tached to the'lining 51 around the edge of the
in a limiting sense.
Having thus described my invention, I claim
as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent:
1. A coat and lining having cooperating fas 30
tener means substantially at their neck lines,
and a collar carried on the neck of the lining and
protruding beyond the neck of the` coat and be
yond said fastener and being exposed to View.
2. A garment having a pair of .collar members
forming a complete collar, each member being in
dependently detachably carried by the neck por
tion of the garment, each of said members when
detached forming a cuff member detachably at
tachable to a sleeve of a garment.
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3. A garment having a neck portie-n, a set of
fastener members on each side of the neck por
tion, and a two part collar, said parts having fas-y
tener members, one being complementary to one
set of fastener members, and the other being 45
lcìgmplementary
to the other set of fastener mem
rs.
4. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
plementary garment within said basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments
being detachably attached together by comple 50
mentary fastener portions at the front and
around the necklines of said garments whereby
said garments may be worn together as a single
garment, said basic garment being wearable alone
independently of said supplementary garment, 55
said supplementary garment having portions ex
collar is a slider actuated fastener portion 58. tending beyond the fastener portions thereof and
The slider actuated portion 58 is made in two protruding from said basic garment and being
do symmetrical sections each beginning at the front visible when said garments are worn together,
and terminating in a stop 59 at the back of the
said supplementary garment being a complete 60
neck. The cuffs 54 may be detached from the garment in itself and Wearable as such separately,
sleeves and attached to the collar 55 one on each apart from the basic garment.
side, the cuiî portions 54 together forming a col
5. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
65 lar for the jacket 50. When the furred cuffs are
worn, a coat cannot be worn over the jacket, but plementary garment within said basic garment 65
when the cuffs are attached to the collar, a coat and serving as a. lining therefor, said garments
may be worn over the jacket and the collar being detachably attached together by comple
(composed of the two cuffs) has the appearance mentary fastener portions at the front and
around the necklines of said garments whereby
70 of being a collar for the coat.
said
garments may be worn together as a single 70
'I'he cuffs 54 may also be attached in similar
manner to a separate coat 60, as shown in Fig. garment, said basic garment being wearable alone
13. The wearer may thus have a jacket 50 and a independently of said supplementary garment,
said supplementary garment having portions ex
coat 60. When the jacket 50 is worn, the cuffs
75 54 are worn on the sleeves. When the coat 60 is tending beyond the fastener portions thereof and
protruding froml said basic garment and being 75
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said basic garment being wearable alone inde
pendently of` said supplementary garment, said
visible when said garments are worn together,
said supplementary garment being a complete
garment in itself and Wearable as such separately
supplementary garment having portions extend
ing beyond the fastener portions thereof and pro
truding from said basic garment and being visible
when said garments are worn together, said sup
plementary garment being a complete garment in
itself and wearable as such separately apart from
the basic garment, said complementary fasteners
being located at the edges of said garments except
where the supplementary garment has a portion
extending beyond the fasteners thereof.
'10. Inl combination, a coat having back. and.
front portions, a lining therefor» detachably at
tached thereto along the edge portions of the
coat, and a collar on said lining protruding from
the neck of the coat and being exposed to view
when the coat and, lining are worn together, said
collar being folded back over the neck of the coat,
said lining being wearable independently of the 20
coat, and being a garment complete in itself when
apart from the basic garment, said basic gar
ment being collarless and said protruding por
tion of said supplementary garment being at the
neckline thereof and constituting a collar, being
folded back over the neckline of said basic gar
ment, and having the appearance of being a
collar on said basic garment.
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6. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
plementary garment Within said basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments
being detachably attached together by comple
‘mentary fastener 'portions at the fro-nt and
around the necklines of said garments whereby
y said garments may be Worn together as a single
garment, said basic garment being wearable alone
independently of said supplementary garment,
said supplementary garment having portions ex
tending beyond the fastener portions thereof and
protruding from said basic garment and being
visible when said garments are Worn together,
said supplementary garment being a complete
so worn.
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11. In combination, a basic garment and a sup- .
y plementary garment within said #basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments 25
garment in itself and wearable as such separately.
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having front and 'back portions and being de
apart from the .basic garment, both of said gar
tachably attached together by complementary
ments having integral sleeves and means for def ì fastener
portions arranged along the edge por
tachably attaching the ends of said sleeves to
tions of the basic garment and on the inner op
gether.
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posed faces of the basic and supplementary gar
30
'1. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
plementary garment Within said basic garment
and'serving as a lining therefor, said garments
being detachably attached together by comple-‘
mentary fastener portions at the front and around
the necklines of said garments whereby said gar
ments may be worn together as a single garment,
said basic garment v being Wearable alone inde
pendently of said supplementary garment, said
supplementary garment having portions extend
ing beyond the fastener portions thereof and pro
truding from said basic garment and being visible
‘when said garments are worn together, said sup
plementary garment being a complete garment in
itself and wearable as such separately apart from
the basic garment, both of said garments having
integral sleeves, and means for detachably at
taching the ends of said sleeves together, the
sleeves of said supplementary garment being pro
vided with portions extending beyond the means
which attach the ends of the sleeves together,
50 and protruding from the sleeves of the basic gar
ment and being exposed to view.
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8. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
ments >and being concealed from view by said
garments, whereby said garments may be Worn
together as-a single garment, said basic garment
being wearable alone independently of said sup
plementary garment, said supplementary garment
being a complete garment in itself and wearable
as such separately apart from the basic garment.
12. In combination, a basic garment and ’a sup
plementary garment within said basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments
having front and back'portions and being detach
ably attachedtogether by complementary fas
tener portions -arranged along the edge portions
of the basic garment and on the inner opposed
faces ofthe basic and supplementary garments
and _being concealed from view by said garments,
whereby said garments may be worn together as
a. single garment, said basic garment being wear
able alone independently of said supplementary
garment, said supplementary garment being a 50
complete garment in itself and 'wearable as such
separately apart from the basic garment, super
imposed portions of said basic and supplementary
garments adjacent ‘attached together edges
plementary garment within said basic garment f thereof being foldable back together over the basic 55
and serving as a lining therefor, a line of fasteners
55 on said basic garment substantially at the edge garment to expose a portion of the supplementary
when said garments are worn
thereof, said supplementary garment having a
complementary line of fasteners at its edge except
at certain regions where said complementary
fasteners are set back a substantial distance from
60 the edge of said supplementary garment, the
fasteners on said garments, when engaged causing
said supplementary lining to form aprotruding
and visible portion.
9. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
65
plementary garment within said basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments
being detachably attached together by" comple
mentary fastener portions at the front and around
the necklines of said garments whereby said gar
70 ments may be worn together as a single garment,
. garment to view
together, without exposing the inner surface of
the basic garment.
.
13. In combination, a basic garment and a sup
plementary garment within said basic garment
and serving as a lining therefor, said garments
being of substantially the same width and having
approximately the same neckV configuration and
being open at the front, the marginal edges of the
supplementary garment extending to the com
plementary marginal edges of the basic garment
and being detachably connected thereto along
their front marginal edges and neck portions by
complementary fasteners.
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LILY MSCI-IER.
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