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Sept. 27, 1938.
M. s. ClRELLl
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2,131,311
NECKTIE PIN
Filed 'May 31, 1938
3mm
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Patented Sept. 27, 1938
2,131,311
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,131,311
' NEGKTIE PIN
Michael SiCirelli, Ellwood City, Pa.
Application May 31,», 1938, Serial No. 210,979
5 Claims. (Cl. 2-157)
My invention relates to certain new and useful thought that the construction, use and advan
improvements in articles for holding neckties to tages of my invention will be clear to those
shape and keeping them taut around the collar. skilled in the art to which it relates.
The invention has for its particular object to
What I claim is:
provide a simple, inexpensive article for such
1. An article of the class described, compris
purpose, which is easy to apply and is su?iciently ing a body having a tie-knot shape-holding loop
?exible as to give, when necessary, to prevent and three radial arms, said arms each including
tearing the tie.
a core wire and a coil-wire sheath, the core wire _
Other objects of the invention will in part be terminating in a pin end;
10 obvious and in part be pointed out thereinafter.
2. An article of the class described, compris 10
To the attainment of the above objects and ing a sheet metal body having Wings with bend
ends the’invention still further resides in those ' able portions forming clamps, a tie-knot shape
novel features of construction, combination and holding loop secured to said body by one of said
arrangement of parts all of which -will be ?rst
15 fully described in the detailed description and
then be particularly pointed out in the appended
claims, reference being had to the accompanying
drawing, in which:—
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a portion of a
20 tie using my invention.
Fig. 2 is a rear view of the same.
Fig. 3 is an enlarged perspective view of the
article constituting my invention.
Fig. 4 is a detail view of the blank from which
25 the body of the holder is made.
In the drawing, in which like numbers of ref
erence indicate like parts in all the ?gures, I is
the body, 2 the knot, 3 theneck or collar-en
circling portion, and 4 the tail of the tie. The
30 tie may be any iour-in-hand tie.
My invention comprises a body 5 preferably
of sheet metal having wings 6 and ‘l, the body
wings, and a pair of transverse springy arms se
cured by others of said wings to said body and
terminating in tie-engaging pins.
3. An article of the class described, compris
ing a sheet metal body having wings with bend
able portions forming clamps, a tie-knot shape
holding loop secured to said body by one of said 20
Wings, a pair of transverse springy arms secured W
by others of said wings to said body and termi
nating in tie-engaging pins, and a third springy
arm secured by another of said wings to said
body to lie normal to said pair of arms, said
third arm also terminating in a tie-engaging pin.
4. An article of the class described, compris
ing a sheet metal body having wings with bend
able portions forming clamps, a tie-knot shape
holding loop secured to said body by one of said 30'
wings, and a pair of transverse springy arms se
cured by others of said wings to said body and
terminating in tie-engaging pins, each of said
being slit at 8 so that the wings may be bent
around the knot loop 9 and around the radial arms comprising a core wire and a sheath wire
35 arms formed by core wires 10 wound tightly with ‘ coiled about said core wire, said core wire pro
spring wire II. The bent-over sides 15 of the jecting beyond the outer end of the coil and be
Wings 6 serve to clamp the arms ?rmly to the ing coiled and pointed to constitute the tie-en
body 5, as best shown in Fig. 3.
gaging pin.
The wires 10 at the outer ends of the coils II
5. An article of the class described, compris
40 are looped, at l2, and pointed at 13 to serve as ing a sheet metal body having wings with bend
pins to penetrate the fabric of the tie body I able portions forming clamps, a tie-knot shape 40
and tail 4, as indicated in Fig. 2.
holding loop secured to said body by one of said
In using the article, after tying the tie in the wings, a pair of transverse springy arms secured
usual way and adjusting it around the collar, the by others of said wings to said body and termi
45 loop 9 is slipped into the knot 2 on the back side nating in tie-engaging pins, and a third springy
of the tie and the pins l3 are stuck into the body arm secured by another of said wings to said' 45
I and tail 4 of the tie.
body to lie normal to said pair of arms, said
Any body movements or strains on the tie, third arm also terminating in a tie-engaging pin,
which might occur in use, will not bend or dis
each of said arms comprising a core wire and a
50 place the article because of the springy nature sheath Wire coiled about said core Wire, said core 50
of the arms having the pins 13. These arms will wire projecting beyond the outer end of the coil
‘?ex until such strains shall have been removed. and being coiled and- pointed to constitute the
From the foregoing description, taken in con
tie-engaging pin.
nection with the accompanying drawing, it is
MICHAEL S. CIRELLI.
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