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Filed Aug. 11, 1944
Patented Oct. 1, 1946
Leopold Schonthal, New York, N. Y., assignor of
one-third to Eugene Roth, Elmsford, and one—
third to Nathan Jarvis, New York, N. Y.
Application August 11, 1944, Serial No. 548,969
2 Claims.
This invention relates to the pockets of gar
ments or wearing apparel, more particularly to
trousers pockets, and aims to provide a safety
theft- or pickpocket-proof closure which is easily
sewed or otherwise attached to the trousers and
is at the same time simple and e?icient in opera
tion and inexpensive in cost of manufacture.
The above and other objects will become ap
parent in the following description, wherein
characters of reference refer» to like-numbered
parts in the accompanying drawing. It is to be
understood that the drawing is intended for the
purpose of illustration only, and that it is neither
(01. 2--2751)
ber 23 of the snap button is sewed against the
wall I4 of the side pocket I2 in a position well up
toward the top of the pocket and within the con
?nes of the pocket.
Fig. 2 shows the pocket in safely locked condi
tion, with the “zipper” closed, that is, the slide
drawn over to they right-hand end, and the chain
stretched or looped into the side pocket l2 with
the snap button members in mutually inter
locking engagement. It is apparent that the
“zipper” It cannot be opened without releasing
the snap button engagement, and it is further
apparent that if a pickpocket should endeavor to
desired nor intended to limit the invention nec
reach into the side pocket [2 to undo the snap '
essential to the invention.
end without disturbing the wearer.
essarily to the speci?c details of construction 15 button he will certainly arouse the prospective
victim owing to the impossibility of attaining that
shown excepting insofar as they may be deemed
Obviously, modi?cations in form and structure
may be made without departing from the spirit
garment having a pocket therein provided with 20 and scope of the invention.
Referring briefly to the drawing,
Fig. 1 is an enlarged fragmentary View of a
the safety pocket lock.
I claim:
1. In a pair of trousers or the like having a
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of a pair of trousers,
back pocket and a side pocket adjacent thereto,
illustrating the device applied to a back pocket.
a “zipper” closure including a slide provided on
Referring in detail to the drawing, the numeral
l0 indicates a pair of trousers having the back 25 said back pocket, a snap button, one-half of said
snap button being secured in said side pocket,
pocket H and the adjacent side pocket l2,the
a chain having one end secured to said slide andv
latter comprising an outer wall [3 and an inner
the other end to the other half of said snap
wall l4.
A “zipper I6” is sewed onto the upper edges of
vthe two walls l'|_ and I8 of the back pocket H, 30 2. The device set forth in‘c'laim 1, said ?rst
named one-half of said snap button being posi
and is provided with a pivoted extension ear I9
tioned against the inner wall of said side pocket
on the slide 20. A chain or the like 2| has one
near the top thereof.
end secured to the ear I9, and the‘ other end of
the chain is secured to one of the two members
of a snap button, shown at 22. The other mem 35
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