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July 30, 1946-
H. GREENBERG
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2,404,959
FOLDABLE GARMENT HANGER
Filed Dec. 24, 1945
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Patented July 30, 1946
2,404,959
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,404,959
FOLDABLE GARMENT HANGER
Herman Greenberg, New York, N. Y.
Application December 24, 1943, Serial No. 515,519
3 Claims.
1
(01. 223-89)
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This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in a foldable garment hanger,
Fig. 5 is a partial vertical sectional view taken
on the line 5-5 of Fig. 1.
More speci?cally, the invention proposes the
construction of a foldable garment hanger char
acterized by a tubular member of ?exible mate
rial having a rounded stick arranged therein to
Fig. 6 is an elevational view of a ioldable gar
ment hanger constructed in accordance with a
modi?cation of this invention.
Fig. 7 is a vertical sectional view taken on the
stiffen the same in a manner to form a support
line 1-4 of Fig. 6.
and extend across the interior width of a, gar
Fig. 8 is a view similar to Fig. 6 but illustrating
ment.
a still further modi?cation of the invention.
Still further it is proposed to provide ?exible 10
Fig. 9 is a partial longitudinal sectional view
strip portions which extend from the end of the
of the bottom portion of Fig. 8.
tubular member and which have their ends con
Fig. 10 is still another view similar to Fig. 6
nected together above the tubular member and
but illustrating a still further modi?cation of
the invention.
to which a hook is connected in a manner to
permit the hanger to be supported from a hori
zontal rod or other similar support member.
Still another object of the invention proposes
mounting an eyelet through the connected ends
of the strip portions and through which the end
of the hook is adapted to be extended and be
milled over in a manner to connect the hook por
tion with the connected ends of the strip por
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Fig. 11 is a vertical sectional view taken on the
line II—_II of Fig. 10.
Fig. 12 is a partial longitudinal sectional view
taken on the line I2-I2 of Fig. 11.
Figs. 13 and 14 are fragmentary perspective
20 views showing other modi?ed forms of the in
vention,
The foldable garment hanger, according to
tions.
this invention, comprises a tubular member !8
Still another object of the invention proposes
of ?exible fabric or knitted material which has
the provision of tie strings attached to the end 25 a rounded stick I! engaged therein. The tubu~
lar member It! is preferably constructed or" cloth
of one of the ?exible strip portions in a manner
material and has its edges ?nished by the appli
' to be tied to the shoulder portions or shoulder
cation of binding material [2a. The rounded
straps of a garment supported on the hanger to
stick I I may be of wood, plastic or other suitable
prevent the shoulder portions from slipping off
30 material and is designed for the purpose of stiff~
the hanger.
ening the tubular member In and to extend
Still another object of the invention proposes
across the interior width of a garment sup
constructing the rounded stick of telescopically
ported from the hanger.
engaged sections with a provision for holding the
Flexible strip portions I2 continue from the
sections in various extended positions to length
en the bottom portion of the hanger to corre
spond with the internal diameter of a garment
to be supported from the hanger.
For further comprehension of the invention,
and of the objects and advantages thereof, ref
erence will be had to the following description
and accompanying drawing, and to the append
ed claims in which the various novel features
ends of the tubular member I!) and are con
verged upwards and have their adjacent ends
overlapped and secured together by means of
stitches I 3. The overlapped ends of the strip
portions I2 are superimposed at a center point
4.0 above the tubular member Iii and the rounded
stick II which it encloses.
An eyelet i4 is engaged through the center of
the overlapped end portions of the ?exible strip
of the invention are more particularly set forth.
In the accompanying drawing forming a ma 45 portions I2 and one end of a hook I5 is passed
through the eyelet I4 and has a milled portion It
terial part of this disclosure:
formed on the bottom thereof preventing the
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a foldable gar
hook [5 from becoming disengaged from the
eyelet I4. The engagement of the hook I5 with
the eyelet I4 serves to connect the hook to the
Fig. 2 is a vertical sectional view taken on the 50 strip portions I2 and permits the hanger to be
line 2--2 of Fig. 1.
suspended from a horizontal rod or other similar
Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical sectional view
support member.
taken on the line 3-3 of Fig. 1.
Tie strings I‘! depend from one of the over—
Fig. 4 is a vertical sectional view taken on
lapped ends of the ?exible strip portions I2 and
the line 4-4 of Fig. 1.
55 are adapted to be tied to the shoulder portions or
ment hanger constructed in accordance with this
invention.
2,404,959
shoulder straps of a garment for retaining these
shoulder portions from sliding off the downwardly
inclined ?exible strip portions 12 when the gar
ment hanger is suspended from a horizontal rod.
In the modi?cation of the invention shown in
Figs. 6 and 'l the construction of the foldable gar
ment hanger is similar to that previously de
scribed except that the edge portions of the ?ex
ible material from which the tubular member iii’
and the strip portions l2’ are formed are not
?nished with the binding material used in the
previous form of the invention. In this form of
the invention one of the layers of one of the strip
portions 12’ is formed with a button-hole is
through which the rounded stick I i may be dis
engaged from the interior of the tubular member
lii. The button-hole l8’ permits the stick 1! to
be removed to be replaced by a‘longer stick, or a
spring 20 for holding the resilient band 25 against
accidentally shifting relative to the end of the
spring 20. In other respects this form of the
invention is similar to that proviously shown and
like reference numerals identify like parts in each
of the several views.
In Fig. 13 the tubular member lG’” is shown
to be stitched at the bottom 12"’ thereof.
In Fig. 14 the tubular member I8“ is shown to
be made of a knitted tubular material which is
adapted to surround the stick member ! l.
The size of the hanger and shape of the hook
i 5 may be varied as desired.
While I have illustrated and described the
preferred embodiments of my invention, it is to
be understood that I do not limit myself to the
precise constructions herein disclosed and the
right is reserved to all changes and modi?cations
coming within the scope of the invention as de
new stick in the event the one being used should
20 ?ned in the appended claims.
be broken.
In the modi?cation of the invention shown in
Figs. 8 and 9 the construction of the foldable coat
hanger is characterized by a tubular member it”
at its bottom only and which has the flexible
strip portion l2” continuing from the bottom
layer of the tubular member 18". The end por
tions oi’ the top layer of the tubular member H!"
are secured to the bottom layer of the tubular
member Iii” adjacent the ends of the stick 5 l by
means of stitches ii). The stitches I9 act to com
Having thus described my invention, what I
claim as new, and desire to secure by United
States Letters Patent is:
l. A foldable garment hanger, comprising a
tubular member of ?exible material, a rounded
stick within said tubular member to sti?en same,
?exible strip portions continuing from said tubu
lar member and having their ends connected to
gether above said tubular member, and a hook
connected with said strip portions, said stick be
ing formed of telescopically engaged sections,
pletely close the interior of the tubular member
ID” and ?xedly retain the stick II in position
latch means for holding said sections in various
therein.
In the modi?cation of the invention shown in
with said latch means for holding the latch means
extended positions and a control ring engaged
Figs. 10-12 the construction the garment hanger 35
is similar to that shown in Figs. 1-5, except for
in an operative position.
the construction of the stick 5 l’. In'this form of
the invention the stick I I’ is constructed of tele
scopically engaged sections Iia and lib with a
tubular member of ?exible material, a telescoped
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2. A ioldable garment hanger comprising a
sectional sti?fening stick within said tubular mem
ber to stiffen same, ?exible strip portions con
means for holding these sections in various ex 40 tinuing from said tubular member and having
their ends connected together above said tubular
tended positions. This means comprises a leaf
member, a hook connected with said strip 'poré
spring 26 secured at one end by means of a pin
tions, and means for holding the sections of said
21 to the outside of the outer section He. The
stick in adjusted positions including a flexible
opposite end of the leaf spring 28 is formed with
a projection 22 which extends through an open- i member on one of said sections engaging one of
the series of slots on the other of said sections,
ing ZB'formed in the outer section I la. The pro
and a locking ring slidably mounted on said tubu
jection 22 is adapted to engage one of a plurality
lar member for holding said ?exible member
of complementary recesses 24 formed in the ad
down.
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jacent-face of the inner section Hb. A resilient
3. A foldable garment hanger comprising a
band 25 is slidably engaged about the outer face 50
tubular member of ?exible material, a telescoped
of the tubular member NJ and is adapted to be
sectional stiffening stick within said tubular mem
engaged over the free end of the spring 20 to urge
ber to stiffen same including a tubular section and
the end of the spring 29 towards the outer sec
a'rod section in said tubular section, said stick
tion i In. This engagement of the band 25 with the
spring as will cause the projection 22 to be pressed
being adjustable to vary its overall length, one ‘of
through the opening 23 and engage the recess 26
of the inner section 1 lb which is aligned with the
said sections having a row of slots and the other
of said sections having a flexible member'adapted
to coact with said rows of slots to hold said sec;
tions in an adjusted position, a locking ring sur
opening 23‘. This engagement with the projec
tion 23 with one of the recesses 24 will lock the
sections lla and Hb against relative movement 60 rounding said sections and ?exible member for
locking said ?exible member in its holding posi
tion, ?exible strip portions continuing from said
the spring 2%}, permitting the resiliency thereof to
tubular member and having their'ends connected
Withdraw the projection 22 from the recess 2-3.
together above said tubular member, and a hook
The band 25 is formed with an inwardly directed
until such time as the band 25 is disengaged from
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projection 26 Which is adapted to engage a com 65 connected with said strip portions.
HERMAN GREENBERG.
plementary recess formed in the top face of the
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