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Sept. 17, 1946., F. LE ROY ' 2,407,841 GARMENT ‘ HANGER Filed Dec. 29, 1944 3 sheetswsheet l Inventor Sept. 17, 1946. ' ‘F. LE ‘Row? 2,40%841 GARMENT HANGER Filed‘Dec. 29, .1944 51» s Sheets-Shaat 2 Sept. 17, 1946. F, LE ROY ‘ 2,407,841 GGGGGGGGGGGG R‘ ~ ‘J’ég/a . _ ‘ I. 3- ' lu ‘ ‘ 'l ~ lllllllllllllil I”! 9 3 "W . ‘ " wil ’, ' Hm”! ! % I i i Y ' It I w ‘ i "A _ ‘5 u § ' 1%?” I ‘ ‘ ’ , ' Inventor - 54721: [52%, >" By _ ' 1”" 0' S ‘ Patented Sept. 17, 1946 2,407,841 ‘UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,407,841 GARMENT HANGER Frank Le Roy, San Diego, Calif, assignor of one’ half’ to. J ames‘l). Robinson, San Diego, Calif, Application December 29, 1944,, Serial No. 570,386 ‘ 2 Claims. (01. 223-—96) 1 2 My invention relates to improvements in gar ment hangers, the primary object in view being merals, according to my invention, in the illus trated embodiment thereof, a garment hanger is provided comprising a pair of outer clamping bars I, 2, and a pair of inner clamping bars 3, 4 to provide a hanger of‘ simple form and inex ensive construction adapted to clamp several garments therein in suspended position to hang intermediate the outer bars, all of said bars be ing pivotally connected together at rear ends straight, each without interference with the thereof for lateral swinging movement relative other, and in unwrinkled condition, and which is ly about a hinge pintle ‘5 into and from side-by especially designed for hanging on the usual rod side clamping relation. A pair of substantially and to facilitate removal of any selected garment therefrom Without disturbing the other gar 10 circular, ?at hinge ears are provided on the rear end of each clamping bar I, 2, 3, ‘4 and through ments, or removing the hanger from the rod, Other and subordinate objects are also com which the pintle '5 extends axially, the ears of each bar extending crosswise of the bar and be prehended by my invention, all of which, to gather with the precise nature of my improve ing constructed and arranged for assembly in ments, and the advantages thereof, will be read 15 interlapping relation as follows: The pair of ears 1 on the outer bar I are spaced apart, in. the ily understood when the succeeding description plane of the bar, to ?t between the pair of cars and claims are read‘ ‘with reference to the draw S on the other outer bar 2. The pair of ears 9 ings accompanying and forming part of this specification. ‘ a on the inner bar 3, and the pair ID on the other 20 inner bar 4 are spaced apart ‘in each pair to In said drawings: I Figure l is a view in side elevation of my im inter?t in interlocked relation with the outere proved garment hanger in' a preferred embodi most ear of each pair ?tting between the pair of ears ‘I of the outer bar I. As shown, the pair ment thereof, _ . of ears ‘I, 8, 9, I9 are offset,‘in different degree, Figure 2 is a view in plan with the clamping 25 to one side of the bars for assembly concentri bars swung into clamping relation, cally and so that the bars I, 2, 3, 4 may be swung Figure 3 is a similar view with the clamping into side-by-side relation. The pintle 5 is pref bars swung out of clamping relation, erably formed with upset ends II countersunk Figure 4 is a fragmentary view in side eleva tion Showing the hanger hook swung out of the in the ears 8 of the outer bar I. The inner bars 3, 4, are provided with front housing slots therefor, ‘ Figure 5 on the line Figure 6 Figure '7 Figure 8 on the line Figure 9 is a View in transverse section taken 5-—5 of Figure 4, is a view in rear end elevation, is a view in front end elevation, is a view in transverse section taken 8—8 of Figure 2, is a view in perspective of one of the end, lateral bosses I2 on the outer sides of said bars rounded, as at I3, to reduce the number of sharp corners and formed in the inner sides vation of the same, Figure 16 is a fragmentary view in plan of the rear end of the other outer clamping bar, Figure 1'7 is a view in side elevation of the through one boss I2 for extension of the end I8 thereof through a longitudinal slot I9 in the other boss I2 and turning of said end I8 crosswise of the slot I9 to fasten the inner bars 3, 4, to gether in clamping relation. A lock washer 20 thereof with semi-circular ?nger grip-forming _ sockets I4 for use in separating said bars 3, 4, the bosses I2 forming oblique stop shoulders I5. The outer bars I, 2 are formed with front, ob lique end edges I6 ?tting against said shoulders fastener pins detached, I5 to space the outer bars I, 2 from the inner Figure 10 is a fragmentary view in plan of the rear end of one of the outer clamping bars, 40 bars 3, 4 parallel in the clamping position of said bars. The inner bars 3, 4 when swung into Figure 11 is a fragmentary view in side eleva parallel clamping relation to each other are also tion of said bar, ' slightly spaced apart, as will be clear. The de Figure 12 is a fragmentary view in plan of the scribed spacing of the bars I, 2, 3, 4 into clamp rear end of one of the inner clamping bars, ing relation thereof provides for clamping gar Figure 13 is a fragmentary view in side ele ments therebetween with uniform pressure vation of the same, throughout the clamped area of the garments. Figure 14 is a fragmentary view in plan of the A round-headed fastener pin I‘! with a T-head rear end of the other inner clamping bar, free end I8 is rotatably extended, transversely, Figure 15 is a fragmentary view in side ele same. Reference being had to the drawings by nu 55 on thepin I8, and the head of said pin, coact 2,407,841 4 3 with opposite sides of the boss in which the pin is mounted to prevent endwise movement of said The foregoing will, it is believed, su?ice to im part a clear understanding of my invention with I’! are provided in the inner bars l3, I4 for co out further explanation. Manifestly, the invention, as described, is sus ceptible of modi?cation Without departing from action with slots 23, 24 in the outer bars I, 2 to fasten the bars I, 3 together in clamping relation, the inventive concept, and right is herein re served to such modi?cations as fall‘ Within the likewise the ‘bars 2, 4. A pair of oppositely turned hanger hooks 25, 26 scope of the appended claims. pin. ‘ A pair of fastener pins 2|, 22 similar to the pin ‘ What I claim is: 1. In a'garment hanger, a pair of inner and are pivoted in longitudinal, upper edge slots 21, 28* 10 a pair of outer clamping bars pivoted together in the inner bars 3, 4 each‘ one central trans . at corresponding ends thereof for swinging into verse pin 29, 30 in said bars and whereby said ,and out of parallel relation, the inner clamping hooks are swingable out of said slots over the bars complementing each other to clamp a gar usual rod 3| upon which such garment hangers are commonly hung. The slots 21, 28 are suffi 15 ment therebetween, and the outer clamping bars each complementing one of said inner bars to ciently deep to house the hooks 25, 26 when the clamp a garment therebetween, and means to fas-, latter are not in use, so that said hooks will not ten each outer clamping bar to its complemen project from the bars when the hanger is packed tary inner clamping bar in clamping relation or stored. The manner in which the described garment 20 thereto, said inner bars having free ends with lateral reinforcement forming bosses thereon hanger is operated and used will be readily under provided with ?nger grip forming sockets therein stood. A garment may be clamped between the for use in swinging said inner bars. ‘ inner clamping bars 3, 4 and one between each of 2. In a garment hanger, a pair of inner and a the outer clamping bars I, 2 and the adjacent in ner bar 3, 4 as the case may be. By unfastening 25 pair of outer. clamping bars pivoted together at corresponding ends thereof for swinging into and the fastener pin H, the inner clamping bars 3, 4 may be swung out of clamping relation for re? out of parallel relation, the inner clamping ‘bars complementing each other to clamp a garment moval of a garment from between the same and while garments are still clamped between the therebetween, and the outer clamping bars each outer clamping bars I, 2 and said inner bars 3, 4. 30. complementing one of said inner bars to clamp Likewise, either outer clamping bar I, 2 may be a garment therebetween, means to fasten each swung out of clamping relation to the inner outer clamping bar to its complementary inner clamping bar complementing the same for re clamping bar in clamping relation thereto, and moval of garments and while a garment is still means to fasten the inner clamping bars together clamped between the inner clamping bars 3, 4. The sockets l4 form convenient means for inser in clamping relation, said inner bars having free, ends with lateral reinforcement forming bosses tion of the ?nger therein to swing the inner clamping bars ,3, 4 out of clamping relation. therein for use in swinging said inner bars, said Obviously, by virtue of the pivotal mounting'of bosses having oblique stop shoulders thereon, said thereon provided with ?nger grip forming sockets the hanger hooks‘25, v26, the same may be slid 4.0 outer bars having oblique free end edges for fit along the rod 3| when the inner clamping bars ting against said shoulders to space said outer 3, 4 are moved out of clamping relation so that bars from the inner bars. said hanger hooks will not interfere with free use of the inner clamping bars 3, 4. 1 FRANK LEROY.