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‘Nov. 15, 1938.
S. A. BEEBE
2,137,107
COLLAR FOR O‘Q'ERCOATS AND TOPCOATS
Filed Sept. 24, 1957
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Patented Nov.
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UNITED STATES ‘PATENT OFFICE
2,137,107‘
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COLLAR FOR OVE-RC‘OATS AND‘ TOPCOATS
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, .SamuelvA.’ Beebe, New York,‘ N. Y. 5 '
Application September 24, 1937, Serial 310,165,452
2 Claims. (01. 2-98)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in collars for overcoats and topcoats;
dotted line, as shown at [4 in Figure 2. This
lower part of the collar canvas is cut lengthwise.
and it has for its object to provide the construc- ' .Thewupper part of the collar canvas, which ‘is cut
tion and design of a collar, adaptable principally - on the bias, and shown at [6 in Figure 3, is there
5 for those coats, which are made of soft materials upon, stitcheddown alongside the dottedv line M
that can not hold a crease around the neck at the in Figure ,2, and the canvas is stitched on the
proper place, and which generally lose neck size . three seams I] through the, cloth, as shown‘ in
by stretching.
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An advantage of the collar, thusdesigned and
10 constructed by me, is to the e?ect that said collar
"will keep a permanent crease‘aroundthe neck
without submitting it even to atight‘ pressing.
' Figure 4; this forms an open-crease undercollar,
already canvassed, asthus shown in said‘Figure {1.
As the next step, pad undercollar top and bot 10'
tom and mark around with shaper to neck sizej
then trim around edges at marks, and sew the top
Furthermore, said collar has a true neck sizerfor‘ ‘ collar, which is correctly out to size, around edges
of undercollar, and turn over, which thus com
15 made so that it cannot gain or lose in size..
pletes top and undercollar, as shown in Figure 5. 16
each individual size of garment, and'the collar is
In this connection, it may be noted that, on,
As hereinbefore stated, the lower part of the
other garments the collar usually has to be, canvas I5 is cut lengthwise in order to keep the '
stretched on the outside and shrunk around’ the neck portion from stretching, while the upper part
edge of the neck at pressing, whereas this-collar, It is cut on the bias in order to “give” according
20 as constructed and designed by me, does not need ' to the necessary size; these features are very im 20
tight pressing.
portant in the construction of this kind of collar.
With the above and other objects'inview,this‘
The completed- ‘collar “carries a permanent
, invention consists of the novel features ‘of con
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crease and cannot be creased in any other place. .
struction, combination and arrangement of parts,
hereinafter fully described, claimed and illus
Inasmuch as the size is out true at the crease, and
the place of the crease cannot be changed, the 25
trated‘ in the accompanying drawing, forming size‘will always remain true, and the collar will
partfof this application, ‘and in'which similar ‘always hug and fit the neck properly, as long as
characters of reference indicate corresponding the garment lasts.
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parts in all views, and in which:-- .
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It is obvious that slightchanges may be made in
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Figure 1 is a top plan view of an undercollar, . the construction, combination and arrangement
out in four pieces. of parts within the scope of the appended claims,
Figure 2 is a similar view, showing-the said‘four , without departing from the spirit of my invention,
pieces sewed‘ together, with the seams pressedj ‘and I do not,- thereforie, wish to limit myself to
open.
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Figure 3 is a top plan view,
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showing two pieces
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Figure 4 is a top plan view of an open-crease
under-collar, already canvassed; while
thevery exact construction. shown and described
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herein.
of collar canvas to be secured to the four pieces, .
shown in Figure 2.
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~WhatI claim as new and desire tosecure by
Letters Patent of the United States, is:
1. A collar comprising, as a basis, an under
collar cut in four pieces, said pieces being sewed
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Figure 5 is a top elevational, somewhat per-,. together and the seams pressed open, a piece of
spective view, showing my‘improved collar. com
collar canvas ofva predetermined size, lengthwise ’
‘pletedembodying top and undercollar.
cut, and disposed ‘on top of said undercollar
In referring more particularly tothe drawing,‘ evenly, on’ a pre?xed line, a second piece of collar
the successive steps in making my improved col
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lar are, as follows-
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canvas of a predetermined size, cut on the bias
. and secured to the undercollar along said pre
The undercollar, which is of the samermaterial, , ?xed line, said canvas being stitched on the seams
or cloth, as the undercollar garment, must be cut through thecloth, ‘whereby to form an open
in four pieces, as indicated by the numerals“), crease canvassed undercollar, a padding arranged
l l, [2 and E3 in Figure 1; these four'pieces are on said undercollar at thetop and bottom thereof,
50 next sewed together with the seams pressed open, . and a top, collar secured to the undercollar, by
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as illustrated in Figure 2, which shows the under
sewing the outside edges of the top collar and the
collar seamed before the two piece canvas is ' undercollar together.‘ stitched on each side of the dotted line I4 in Fig- _ ‘ 2.‘ A collar comprising, as a basis, a member
ure 2. The lower part of thecollar canvas I5,
55 shown in Figure 3, is then laid on even on the
out in a plurality of pieces, said pieces being
sewed together, a piece‘ of collar canvas cut
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lengthwise and disposed on top of said member at
the lower part of the latter, a second piece of
collar canvas, cut on the bias and stitched to said
member above the ?rst said piece of canvas, said
second piece of canvas being stitched through the
cloth forming an open crease: between the lower
portion of the canvas cut straight and the upper
portion of canvas cut on the bias, and a top collar
correctly cut to size and secured to the edges of
the undercollar.
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SAMUEL A. BEEBE.
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