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Aug. 30, 1938. '
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E_ G, REDlN
CLOTHES
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2,128,596
HANGER
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Filed Oct. 17, 1936
INvEMToIa
Ea. m G. Beam
2,128,596
Patented Aug. 30, 1938
ATENT OFFICE
UNITED STATES
2,128,596
CLOTHE S HANGER
Eric G. Rodin, St. Louis, Mo.
Application October 17, 1936, Serial No. 106,075
4 Claims.
(Cl. 248-205)
This invention relates to clothes hangers de
signed for supporting a number of conventional
wire clothes frames or spreaders, upon which
coats or other garments are then hung for the
25 purpose of preserving their form and shape.
The main object of the present invention is to
provide a temporary and aldjustable ‘form of
hanger which is adapted for removable attach
ment upon a door hinge, or any similar support,
'1-‘() the same including an arm arranged to project
out horizontally from the hinge and upon which
the said clothes frames or Spreaders may be hung
in a spaced relation.
Another object of the invention is to provide a
hanger bar, with means arranged at one end of
the bar for adjustably and removably mounting
the bar upon a door hinge for the horizontal ex
tension of the bar.
And still another object of the invention is to
20 provide in combination with a door frame and a
door supported therein upon hinges, a hanger
bar designed for horizontal alignment with one of
the door hinges, means at the inner end of the
bar for engaging the hinge at its lower portion,
and auxiliary means extended from the bar ad
jacent said inner end thereof and engaging the
hinge at its upper portion, for supporting the bar
in its horizontal alignment with the hinge.
With the foregoing and such other objects and
advantages in view as will appear from the fol
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lowing speci?cation, attention is now directed to
the accompanying drawing constituting part of
the speci?cation, and wherein:
Figure 1 is a perspective view of a common door
hung upon hinges within its frame, there being a
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clothes hanger made in accordance with my in
vention extended from and supported upon the
upper hinge of the door.
Figure 2 is an enlarged side elevation of the
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hanger shown as mounted upon a door hinge.
Figure 3 is an enlarged detail view of the
hanger bar proper, showing the locking stud
mounted upon one side, the outer end of the bar
being broken off.
As represented in Figures 1, 2 and 3 the inven
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tion comprises a main hanger bar I having a clip
2 rigidly mounted upon its inner end, the ex
tremity of this clip being formed into a cone-like
cup 3 adapted to freely engage or seat over the
0 lower end of the knuckle of the upper door hinge
4 which hingedly supports the door 5 within or
upon its frame 6. This bar is also provided with
a stud ‘I protruding from one side and spaced
back from the cup 3, the said stud having an en
larged head ‘Ia. The bar I is further formed along
its predetermined upper edge with a series of
spaced notches 8, adapted for engaging the hooks
9 of the conventional spreaders III, for the pur
pose of preventing these spreaders from sliding
together upon the‘ bar. The bar I is designed
to be supported horizontally upon the door hinge
4, and for this purpose an auxiliary, angular
hanger link I2 is provided, the same being formed
with the relatively long arm I3 designed for verti
cal disposition in the assembly in use, and having
it
a series of spaced and inclined key holes I4
pierced therethrough with the constricted por
tions turned downward and thus adapted to pass
the head ‘Ia of the stud ‘I through their enlarged
upper ends while the narrowed lower portions of
the key-holes operate to hold the stud against
lateral removal or displacement after the stud is
inserted and adjusted in place.
The shorter arm I5 of the link is provided with
a clip I6 similar to the clip 2 of the bar I, and has 20
an inverted cone-cup I'I formed and arranged
for freely engaging the upper end of the knuckle
of the hinge 4 in the same manner as the cone
cup 3 engages the lower end of the hinge. With
the elements I and I2 formed and assembled upon 25
the hinge 4 in the manner pointed out, and then
passing the stud ‘I through the appropriate one
of the key-holes I4, and locking the stud in the
constricted portion of that key-hole, the bar I
will stand supported horizontally from the hinge 30
4, and a number of clothes frames or Spreaders
I0 may be readily hung upon this bar and within
the notches 8, as may be desired for use. In such
use the pincer like action under gravity of the
elements I and I2 upon the opposite ends of the 35
hinge, where these elements are freely pivoted by
means of the cone-cups 3 and I1, will effectually
support the assembly upon the hinge with the bar
I horizontally extended for use. This pincer like
action of the device upon the hinge is or course 40
intensi?ed by the weight of garments supported
from the ‘arm I. It is apparent that the device
may be readily adapted to hinges of varying
lengths, through the use of the appropriate one
of the key-holes I4 for engaging the stud ‘I. It 45
is further obvious that When the device is not in
use, it may be readily removed from the hinge and
stored away.
In the ?rst described form of Figures 1 to 3,
it will be noted that the device may be readily 50
adjusted upon hinges with knuckles of varying
lengths, by merely locating the stud ‘I in the ap
propriate key-hole III which allows the bar I to
stand out substantially horizontally.
While the device is here referred to and de 55
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2,128,596
scribed as mountable upon a conventional form of
door hinge, it is obvious that it might be mounted
upon or supported by anything in the nature of
a substitute or equivalent of such hinge.
It is thought that the use and operation of the
several forms of the invention will be fully un_
derstood from the foregoing explanations, and
while I have herein shown and described certain
speci?c forms and features of the invention, it
10 is understood that I may vary these forms and
features in minor details as may be found ex
pedient in practice, and within the scope of the
appended claims.
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I claim:
1. In a device of the kind described forjremov
ably mounting upon door hinges having knuckles
of varying lengths and extended ends, a main
hanger bar for horizontal extension endwise from
a selected hinge, means at the predetermined in
20 ner end of the bar for releasably engaging the
lower end of-a hinge knuckle, an auxiliary hanger
3. In a device of the kind described for remov
ably mounting upon a hinge of a door, a main
hanger bar for horizontal extension endwise from
the lower end of the hinge, a hanger link for ver
tical extension across the inner end of the bar 10
in spaced relation to the extremity thereof,
means on the free adjacent extremities of bar
and link for releasably engaging the ends of the
‘hinge in a pincer-like manner, a series of notches
or the like being formed along one of the ele 15
ments and a stud or the like provided on the
other element and arranged for selective and re
leasable engagement with either of the notches,
as means for releasably connecting the two ele
ments and adjusting the assembly to door hinges 20
of varying lengths where same will be supported
link for positioning vertically adjacent the hinge
by gravity.
and across the inner end of the main hanger
4. In a device of the kind described for mount
ing upon the hinge of a door, a hanger bar for
horizontal extension endwise from the lower por 26
tion of the hinge, a hanger link for positioning
bar, and means for adjustably connecting the two
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hanger link for releasably engaging the ends of
the hinge, and means provided at the crossing of
the bar and link for adjustably and pivotally con
necting the bar and link for adapting the device
to hinges of varying lengths.
‘elements in a pincer-like relation and so as to
compensate for hinge knuckles of varying lengths
and maintain the main hanger bar in a substan
tially - horizontal position, in mounting the bar
upon the selected hinge.
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2. In a device of the kind described for mount
ing upon the hinge of a door, a main hanger bar
for horizontal extension endwise from the hinge,
an auxiliary hanger link for positioning vertically
across the main hanger bar at a point spaced
35 from the inner end thereof, means on the inner
end of the main bar and the upper end of the
vertically adjacent the hinge, theends of the bar
and link being formed and arranged to‘ engage
the ends of the hinge, and means for adjustably
connecting the hanger link with the hanger bar, 30
whereby the device may be adapted to engage
hinges of varying lengths in a pincer-like man
ner for sustaining it in operative position through
gravity.
ERIC G. REDIN.
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