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’ H. IHQKNOEBEL, JR ` ¿mm2 NECKTIE 'HOLDER Filed March 22, _1957 WITNESS ATTORN EYS - Patented'JuneZl, 1938 ` 2,121,402 _ UNITED ,STATES ATENT orner , f " ' ` ' i . 2,121,402 NEcKrm noi-.pien , Hartman n. Knochen, rr., Elysium, ra. \ Application March 22, 1937, Serial No, 132,893 lClaim. (ci. eti-asti This invention relates to a necktie holder and- has for the primary object the provision oi.' an eflicientyand inexpensive device of this charac ter which may be comfortably Worn by a person ¿5 and which will maintain a, necktie in proper position relative, to a collarand will prevent the necktie from slipping or loosening and thereby becoming disarranged. With these and other objects in view, this in-. 10 ventlon consists ` in certain vnovel features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts to be hereinafter more fully described and claimed. ` . ì ’ For a complete understanding of my inven 15 tion, reference is to be had to the following de scription and accompanying drawing, in which Figure 1 is a front elevation illustrating a holder constructed in accordance with the pres~ ent invention and showing the same’applied to 2o a collar button of a collar of a shirt. ‘ Figure 2 is a fragmentary'sectional view show ing the holder in applied position and support ing a necktie in proper relation to the collar» _Figure 3 is a perspectivesview illustrating the Referring in detail ‘to the> drawing, the nu meral I indicates a plate in which is formed a - alot 2 opening outwardly through one end of the plate and forming a portion ofthe -plate with ' 30 spacedtabs 3 adapted to- 'straddle “a shank I ora collar button 5, The collar button ii> is shown applied to a collar 8 c! a shirt 1. Integral with the plate l is a hook-shaped The plate i when adapted to the collar button, as shown, positions the pin il outwardly and downwardly with-respect to the collar button. the pin projecting outwardly between the iiaps _of the _collar so that it may be inserted in the 5 lmot portion oi a necktie i2 to prevent the necktie from moving accidentally out of proper k position with respect to the collar, also prevents the necktie from, loosening or slipping conse# quently maintaining the necktie in its proper m position. ` ' » ` Prior to tying the tie, the plate i is placed on' the button with the pin III projecting out wardly between the ñaps of the collar. The tie is then tied in the usual manner and adjusted 15 properly on the wearer. The knot of the tie is then passed onto the pin il, thereby retaining the tie in proper position and the pin also act ing to prevent the tie from slipping or loosening. ' y What is claimed is: 20 A necirtie holder, comprising. a pair of spaced legs fashioned together at the upper ends there ci" to constitute a bridge having a folded sec-_ tion extending in parallelism with said legs, said folded section formed at the lower end thereof with a substantially right "angular,` extending shelf, and a pin' having the head section thereof secured in said shelf and the point section exe tending axially therefrom. said legs adapted to be inserted downwardly about the' shank ot a collar button vbetween the head of said button. and the outer face of a collar band wbereby‘to - ` position said folded section over the headoi ñangc 8 located at one end of the plate and ` said button to maintain ., saivzl> shelf 'and pin in , a position substantially coextensive with said 35 in Figure 2. Integral with the flange l and ex- 4. shank for supporting a necktie in adjusted posi , tending at substantially right angles thereto is tionen said pin when penetrated thereby. 35 overlies the head of the collar button, as shown an attaching ear 8 to which is’secured a pin Ii. ’ , ÁHARTMAN H. KNOEBEL, Ja.