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Sept. 24, 1946. v c. M. DERDERIAN CLOTHES HANGER ' ' ‘2,408,201 Filéd Feb. 6, 1945 gwm (M0165 n/lwa'zsmsk/m Patented Sept. 24, 1946 2,408,201“ UNITED ' STATES PATENT OFFICE ' ' ' . ' "2,408,201 - CLOTHES HANGER Charles Manuel Derderian, Richmond, Va. 1 Application February ,6, 1945, Serial No. 576,428 2 Claims. (01.223-88) This invention relates to clothes hangers, and more particularly to such hangers adapted to accommodate clothes on a hanger. ' One of the objects of this invention is the pro vision of a lapel holder in operative relation with a clothes hanger to properly position a coat dis posed on such hanger. Another object of this invention is the provi sion of a device adapted to be attached to a clothes 2 of cleaning and pressing are sometimes buttoned to provide further security upon the hanger, and under such conditions the coat is not properly positioned so as to maintain the normal shape that tends to preserve the creases and form best ‘ suitable for wearing. It is to be understood that the lapel holder may be secured to the clothes hanger or may be de tachable as illustrated and made of any suitable ‘ hanger and engage the lapels of a coat so as to 10 material. ' properly position said coat upon said hanger. Having described this invention, what is claimed Other objects and features will more fully ap pear from the following description and accom 1. The combination of a coat hanger consisting panying drawing, in which Fig. 1 is an illustra of a hook secured to oppositely arranged shoulder tive partial sectional view showing the invention 15 members, joined by a basal support, of a lapel as used with a coat and Fig. 2 a front vertical holder consisting of a loop passing around the view of the invention. rear of said hook and then extending oppositely Referring to the drawinga clothes hanger l and downwardly around front portions of said is provided with the usual hook 2 from which shoulder members and. then extending upwardly extend shoulders 3 and 4 that connect a sup 20 around re'ar portions of said shoulder members port 5. ' to form rounded braces, each of said braces hav A lapel holder and coat positioner 6 consists ing an arm depending therefrom and to which is of a pair of tubular vstruts l and 8 adapted to respectively secured struts adapted to engage the maintain rolled lapels as well as position said coat lapels of a coat for positioning the latter. and to- respectively engage arms 9 and I0 having 25 2. The combination of a coat hanger consisting braces Ii and I2 adjoining a loop- l3. of a hook secured to oppositely arranged shoulder Loop I 3' is positioned about the neck of hook members, joined by a basal support, of a lapel 2 and the braces II and I2 respectively in the holder consisting of a loop passing around the rear of shoulders 3 and 4. rear of said hook and then extending oppositely The hanger and lapel device are preferably 30 and downwardly around front portions of said made out of metal, preferably the type of wire shoulder members and then extending upwardly well known in the clothes hanger art. around rear portions of said shoulder members to The lapel device is resilient and the arms 9 form rounded braces, each of said braces having 1s: and I0 are positioned so as to cause the struts . an arm depending therefrom, each of said arms ‘ 1 and 8 to ?t under the lapel of a coat (see Fig. 1) 35 comprising an angularly extending upper lapel and cause the latter to assume a position so that engaging part, a downwardly extending part and the edge of the ?ap of the coathaving the rbuttons thereon will be substantially parallel with the edge of the flap’ of the coat having buttonholes' therein. Coats now sent out by people practicing the art a strut secured to said downwardly extending 40 part, said strut extending substantially parallel to said downwardly extending part. CHARLES MANUEL DERDERIAN.