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June 2l, 1938.
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H, F_ SAENGER
TROUSERS
HANGER
» Filed July» 9, 1937
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June 2l, 1938.
H, F_ SAENGER
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2,121,715
TROUSERS HANGER
Filed July 9, 1937y
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Patented June 21, 193s
>UNITED STATES PATENT orifice
. 2,121,715
TROUSERS HANGER.
Hugo F. Saenger, Milwaukee, Wis.
Application July 9, 1937, Serial No. 152,832
2 Claims. (Cl. 223-96)
The present invention relates to trousers hang
I'n this connection 1t 1s to be noted- that the
ers and has for its prime object> to provide a ñanges 8 swing on the portion 25 of a hook 21,
simple, inexpensive, and eilicient hanger adapted said‘ hook being formed of a single strand' of wire
to engage and support the trousers by -their cuil's . bent upon itself intermediate its ends to provide
5 whereby the trousers will be held in a natural
position and will retain their crease.
Another important ‘object of the invention re#
sides in the provision of a hangerof this nature
which is extremely simple in construction,v adapt
l0 ed to take care of a plurality of trousers, easy to
manipulate, inexpensive to manufacture, strong
and durable and otherwise well adapted for the
purpose for which it is designed.
With the above and numerous „other objects
l5 in view as will appear as thev description proceeds,
the invention consists in certain novel features of
construction, and in the combination and ar
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a double strand 26, one end of the wire being‘- 5
formed with‘an eye 30 and the other end of the
wire being bent angularly to form the pin 25
which is inserted through openings I I in the inner
ends of the ñanges 8 and 9 and also through'the
eye 30.
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The present embodiment oi' the invention has 15
been described in considerable detail merely for
rangement of parts as will hereinafter be more
the purposes of exempliñcation since in actual
practice it attains the features of advantage enu
fully described and claimed.
In the drawingsz-
vention and the above description.
merated as desirable in the statement of the in
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embodying the features of my invention.
`Figure 3 is a top plan View thereof.
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Figure 4 is a perspective view oi’ oneof the'
arms.
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'Figure 5 is a perspective viewof the clamp
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Having described the invention what is claimed
as new is:-
Figure 2 is an end elevationjthereof.
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1. A device of the class described comprising a
pair oi' pivoted jaws on a garment hanger and
means detachable from the jaws for clamping 25
the jaws together, said means comprising spaced
abutments on the jaws, a U-shaped bail enclos
ing the jaws, a` cam lever pivoted to the free
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Figure 6 is a perspective view of the hook.
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out a more detailed description thereof.
Figure 1 is a side elevational view of a hanger
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It is thought that the construction, operation,
utility and advantages of this invention will now
be quite apparent to those skilled in this art with
'_ end of the bail and including spaced parallel cam -
Referring to the drawings in detail it' will be
seen that there are a pair of elongated- arcuated
clamp plates or bars 5 the centers of which are
riveted or otherwise secured as at 6 to arms l.
lobes straddling one oi the jaws and a pin ex- 30
.tending between said cam lobes and selectively
engageable with the abutments to retain 'the
clamp in adjusted position on the jaws, the jaws
'I'hese arms are provided lwith side flanges 8 and including trousers engaging means.
35 9 the latter of which overlap the former and_
2. A device of the class described comprising a 35
. the ilange portions at their ends which overlap pair of pivoted jaws having spaced pivoted ends
’ are rockable on a pin portion 25 of a hook mem
on a garment hanger and means detachable from
ber to be presently described.
the jaws for clamping the jaws together, the jaws
.A bail of U-shaped construction includes a including trousers engaging means, the trousers
40 straight bight I2, arms I4,.and pintles I5. The engaging means being oi.' an arcuate formation, an
bight I2 is adapted to engage with protrusions said hanger being in the form of a wire element
Il formed on one arm 'I and the pin I Il with pro-_
of one piece bent upon itself intermediate its ends
trusions Il’ on the other arm.
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to provide a hook, one end of the wire terminating
The- bail engages the arms and with the Alever in a straight bar on which the jaws are pivoted
45 element 20 engages the pin Ill and the bight por
and an eye formed on the other end of the wire 45 `
tion I2 with the protrusions I1 and I 'I' respec
engaging the bar between the pivoted ends of
tively and can be cammed to clamp the elements
5 with the trousers or other garment as may be
desired.
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the jaws.
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