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Патент USA US2113113

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Aprii 5, 1938.
_ 2,113,113
Filed March 23, 1937
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Patented Apr. 5, 1938
' 3 Claims.
( 01.
This invention relates to cravats or necktiesin'
. whicha long and narrow strip of fabric is entered
between the folds of a collar and held by a knot
at the front, the invention being a an improve
5 ment on my co-pending application, ?led Novem
ber 18, 1936, Serial Number- 113,389.
An object of this invention is to provide a
four-in-hand tie with a longitudinally creased re
enforcement whereby the central longitudinal
10 outer portion of the tie is shaped to produce a
ridged appearance on its outer side as demanded
by fashion.
15 secured and prevented from lateral movement.
Another aim is to produce" means by which
pattems' of the fabric may be held in matched
These objects are attained by the novel and
construction and combination of parts
hereinafter described and shown in the accom
panying drawing forming an essential part of this
disclosure, and in which: _
Figurev 1 is a plan view of a conventional tie
2 Cl extended at full length.
Figure 2 is a perspective view of the tie
the ?rst operation of adjusting.
Figure 3 is a. similar view of the tie after the
knot has been formed.
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Figure 4 is a plan view of the lower part of the
tie, parts being broken away to show the arrange
ments of parts.
Figure 5_is a side view of the parts seen in
Fig. 4.
Figure 6 is a transverse sectional view-taken
on line 6-6 of Fig. _5, the folded crease being
Figure '7 is a fragmentary front elevational
view of a tie knotted ready for use.
Figure 8 is a cross sectional view taken on line'
8-8 of Fig. '7.
Referring in greater detail to the drawing, the
usual long‘ strip tie, designated generally by the
numeral I5 is formed with a main outer portion
45 or wing ‘l6 and a‘ minor end portion H, the
central’ part being parallel in width.
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of the folded lining to ' maintain it in the
preferred position, see Figs. 5, 6 and 8, the effect
being to cause the wing I6 to crease along the
center of its width, giving a desirable appearance
to the tie after the knot has been made.
The smaller end I1 of the tie is passed through
a loop 22 on the underside of the wing l6, cen
trally thereof, thereby retaining the parts in
proper adjustment and aiding in tying the
knot 23.
A further feature is in the provision of means
by which the lining re-enforcement of the tie is
2-146) ;
along its longitudinal center, as in Figure 6, and is
secured by an adhesive 2| to each side portion
As shown in Figs. 1, 2 and 3, the tie material
is of a single color having a single transverse bar
or band 25 and an L shaped device 26,’ of different 15
color which upon forming the knot exactly joins
the bar 25, increasing the comely appearance of
the completed knot and giving positive assurance
that it has been properly tied.
Due to the simplicity of adjusting the tie it 20
can be applied in the dark, or by blind persons
‘ "No one 'should be‘ able to improve the lining
for the purpose of the crease.
Having thus described the invention and set
forth the manner-of its construction and use,
what is claimed as new and sought to secure by
Letters Patent, is:
I. A necktie having a lining folded lengthwise
at the center below the knot, and a stiff fabric
reinforcement shaped to present angularly dis
posed side portions and'secured in the lining‘,
said reinforcement and lining operating to pro
duce a. longitudinal crease in the tie front.
2. A necktie having a lining within its main ,3;
portion, said liningv being slit longitudinally at its
center below the knot, a ?rm fabric reinforce
ment bent‘ lengthwise centrally of its width to
produceangularly disposed ‘side portions and held
by'an adhesive to said lining over the slit, and
means for guiding the minor portion of the tie
‘when making the knot.
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3. A necktie having a lining within its main
portion, said lining being slit longitudinally at its
center below the knot, and a ?rmly adherent .45
fabric reinforcement covering the lining adjacent '
the slit, said re-enforcement folded longitudinally
A lining I8 is arranged within the wing l6 and,
in the present disclosure, is split longitudinally. " centrally of its width to produce equal side por
at the center, as at l9, orif the lining material tions disposed at an-angle to each other. '
is quite ?exible, it may be folded only.
A sheetof strong, fairly stiff fabric. 20 is folded _
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