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Aug. 27, 1946; ~ 7 M. PUMPSJI’ -NECKTIE HOLDER _ ' Filed Nov. 4, 1944 ' 2,406,400‘ ‘ 2,400,400 Patented Aug. 27,_ 1946 ' ; UNITED’ STATES "PATENT ‘OFFICE a‘ Y ‘ ‘ . " ' 2,406,400 ’ > NECKTIE HOLDER-3‘ Myer‘Pumps, Washington, 13.0. ‘A'pplication November 4, 1944, Serial‘N'o. 561,979' 1= Claim. (CI. 24-49) .1 ‘ . - . ' -This- invention- relatesvv to holders and more Fig.4 particularly to a holder especially adapted for use. as a necktie holder, it being understoodv that while it is especially useful as a holderfor a necktie it is not restricted to such use. a? View‘ looking? down upon the holder showriiniFi'gurelil- _ I ~ g i - 'Fig.- 5 is av-front view of another modi?ed form ofholder; ‘ ‘ I “ i Fig-.I ?isfa-top view of Figure-5,, ' At thepresent time“ it is customary to secure a necktie against the front of a shirt by a clip ' ' ‘ ' ~ ' ‘- - l i The improved holder-*1 illustrated in Figures‘d' and 2: is. formed‘ from a continuous strip of‘ re which straddles the necktie and the portion of the shirt having button holes formed therein but such fasteners have been found unsatisfactory .since they often slip out of proper position across the necktie and also are liable to become de tached and lost. Therefore one object of the invention is to pro silientmaterialiwhichmay beimetallo'r other suit able material. This‘ strip isbe'nt in spacedfrela tion- to its ends- to‘ form an- elongated loop", I1 in eluding? a, front member 2 merging intocurved end‘ portions 3' and‘ 41 from which extend rear arms 5 and 6'.' 'I'lliesegre'ar' arms are of such length that they overlap, as‘ shown inv Figure 2; vide a holder so formed that when it is applied 15 and the free: end' portion of arm 5 is bent back a vportion'may engage through a- buttonhole of upon itself to form cli‘pf ‘II which is curved longi the shirt and thus held‘ in a desired position tudinally so that itsintermed-iate portion will across a necktie and very effectively prevented ?rmly gripv the pleat or edge portion ‘8 ofla shirt from being accidentally disengaged from the shirt‘ and becoming lost. ' 9' through. which buttonholes I50‘ are formed’ to ' 20 accom‘m'odatethel buttons H ; the clip willl-"iave its Another object of the invention is to provide free end-‘spacedlfrom the arm 5 and mayvbeeasily _ a holder formedrfrom a single strip or strand of thrust into position for gripping the shirt. The material so bent that it has a portion for en curved portion? IFZ‘Vconn‘e‘ctin'g‘ the‘ clip with the gaging a tie and an auxiliary portion or clip for arm forms a spring for the clip' and in addition engaging through a buttonhole of a shirt and 25 provides a blunt and rounded end to form the gripping the shirt so that it will frictionally re sist detachment of the holder from the shirt. Another object of the invention is to provide a arm 5' and allows this to be readily passed through the buttonhole when applying the holder toa‘shirt. ' ' holder which may have gripping engagements When this holder is applied to a shirt for use‘ with a shirt but ?t loosely about a tie and thus 30 the free end of the arm 5 carrying clip 1 is ?rst not crease or otherwise mar the tie, and allowing passed through the buttonhole of the shirt, the total freedom of movement to the wearer. arm 6 beingv disposed under portion 8 of the shirt Another object of the invention is to provide during this operation. After the clip 1 has been the holder with a shirt-engaging portion so movedentirely through the buttonhole and to a formed that while it will securely hold the de 35 position beyond the free side edge of pleat 8 the vice in engagement With the shirt it may be easily holder is shifted longitudinally in an opposite . disconnected when it is desired to remove it. direction and the free side edge portion of the Another object of the invention is to provide pleat engaged under the clip so that this portion a tie holder which is simple in construction and of the shirt will be gripped between the clip '_1 capable of being manufactured at small cost and 40 and the portion of the arm 5 overlapped by the using materials that are inexpensive and not re clip. The shirt will thus be gripped and the stricted because of the war emergency. holder ?rmly held to the shirt. The tie l3 may Another object of the invention is that because . then be passed through the loop I ‘between the this invention does not require materials having front bar and the rear arms thereof and the tie strong gripping power or resilience, such mate will be held against the shirt as shown in Figure 1. rials as “Lucite” or the various plastics, may be If so desired, the holder may be turned to a posi; used. tion in which it extends diago'nallyand the fric The invention is illustrated in the accompany tional grip of the clip 1 will hold the device in the ing drawing wherein: s Fig. 1 is a view showing a holder of the im proved construction in use. adjusted position. Even if the holder should be 50 caught and drawn away from the outer side edge of the pleat 8 to such an extent that the clip 1 nolonger grips the shirt there will be no danger of the holder being lost since the arcuate end portion 3 of the holder will then be passing Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken along line 2-2 of Figure 1. Fig. 3 is a front view of a modi?ed form of holder. 55 through the buttonhole and the holder will be, d 2,400,400 4 passed between the front bar and the chain. If the clip should slip out of engagement with ‘ ‘ 3 l 1 ; “suspended at the front of the shirt instead of dropping upon the ground. When it is desired to remove the holder from the shirt it is merely necessary to draw upon the holder until the clip is detachedfrom the pleat and reverse longitudi nal movement of the holder to move the clip 1 and free end portion of arm 5 through the button 41 hole and the pleat, the holder will then be dis the shirt the weight of the bar I4 will cause the holder to swing downwardly and be suspended by the curved portion [6 engaging through the buttonh'ole. Another holder of modi?ed construction is shown in Figures 5 and 6. In this embodiment of the invention the bar 2], arm 22, curved por ,posed between the overlapped portions of the arms 5 and 6V arid- the holder may béEslid out of 10 tion 23 and crimped clip 24 are formed from a j engagement with" the pleat. If so ‘desired the ‘ single strip of resilient material, this ‘construc ; holder may be removed by ?rst disengaging the 7 "tion being the same as shown in Figure 4. In ‘clip 1 from the pleat 8 andmoving the holder to ' 1 " stead of providing a chain for extending across I a position in which the end portion 3' passes I ' ‘a necktie there has been provided an elongated "loop 25v which is of approximately the same length through the buttonhole, the holder being then ‘ turned longitudinally so that the front'baf 12, ‘the ‘ 'as'the front bar 2| but greater width, a slot ‘ end portion 4 and the arm -6 ;pmay~be;slipped ' 26 being formed-longitudinally of the front wall 1 through ‘the buttonhole and the device easily de j tached from the shirt. _ 1 ~ Y " » 1 of‘the loop so that when a necktie is passed through the loop a portion will show through t ’ In Figures 3 and 4 there has beenillustrated 20 the slot. j a holder of modi?ed construction Whereinjafront bar M, a rear arm l5, and a curVedsndDQrtion ‘ IBVa're' formed from a single strip ofresilient ma 3 terial. The free end portion of the rear,,,arrn I5 isvbent back uponvv itself to f01‘m'_a,f clip I1 25 I connected with the» arm byv a curved portion 18 constituting a spring for-the clip and also 3 forming the arm with’ a blunt'free‘vend so. that it ‘may be readily passed through ajbuttonhole ‘ This slot may-be omitted if so desired and also the loop may be ornamented in, any desired manner. 7 ' = v . ' I .. Having thus described the invention, what is claimed is: ‘ ' ' 1 In anecktie holder or the like, a front mem ber merging into a curved end portion to form a loop, an arm formed integrally with said end portion and extending rearwardly of said front member, spaced entirely therefrom and substan tiallypparallel therewith, to approximately the of ‘a shirt. ‘ Since the clipis crimped, ,as shown 30 central part of said member, a clip element ex ‘ in Figure 4, it may havegood gripping engage tending from the end of said arm, formed inte ment'with the-pleat of the shirt. ‘A chain l9 grally with said arm and extending toward the extends longitudinally of the bar _l4 in front said curved end portion substantially parallel thereof . and has its end links ‘engaged ‘through eyes‘ 20 to suspend the chain inifront of bar, 14 35 with said‘ arm withinsaid loop whereby to pro vide'a means forholding an end of a necktie in in such‘ position that the necktie may be passed place on a wearer, said arm being adapted for between the bar and the chain. When this form insertion through a buttonhole of the shirt of a of holder is in use the arm l5 and the» clip H are; passed through‘ the buttonhole of the, shirt wearertof, saidholder and said clip being adapted and movement of the holder then reversed'so that 40 to retain said holder in said buttonhole against ‘ ‘the shirt will be gripped'between the clip ‘and t the; arm and the holder ?rmly mounted across i the shirt pleat in position for the ‘necktie to be accidental displacement. ~ - . _' ' MYER PUMPS.