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} Oct. 29, 1946.‘
1. GARDNER
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2,410,158
PAPER HAT
Original Filed No§r. 17, 1944
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INVENTOR.'
IRvms GARDNER
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Patented Get. 29, 1946
2,410,158
I' UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
Irving Gardner, Brooklyn, N. Y. ‘
Substitute for abandoned application Serial No.
563,835, November 17, 1944. This application
August 8, 1945, Serial No. 609.542
8 Claims.
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(Cl. 2-195)
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This invention relates to new and useful im
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I2 and attached to the support I5 by passing
through the slots IT as is clearly shown in Fig. 3.
In order to construct the hat, a sheet of heavy
provements in a paper hat.
This is a substitute for my abandoned applica
tion, ?led on November 17, 1944, Serial Number
paper or cardboard is cut, by one operation by a
563,835.
suitable die, into the blank shown in Fig. 2.
More speci?cally, the present invention pro
poses the construction of a paper hat character
ized by having a visor, a rim and a top, all formed
A great many blanks may be cut by one opera
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tion, thus enabling mass production of the paper
The wings are-then formed by bending
hats.
of‘a single sheet of heavy paper or cardboard and
held together without the employment of any
means not forming an integral part of the sheet.
.Still further it'is proposed to provide a hat
as aforesaid in which the top is roughly elliptical
in shape and the hat is open throughout the
the support I6 by passing them through both
major portion between the rim and top.
slots
on the lines a, the bars I 5 are bent at the bottom
lines D and the top lines 0, thus elevating the
top I 4 above the visor, and the support I 6 is
bent along the line d. The ends of the two
members forming the rim I8 are then secured to
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Another object is to provide a hat of the afore
said type having a single connecting member be
tween the rim and top in the back of the hat and
The hat thus constructed has many advan
tages over other previously known paper hats.
Itis open between the rim and top for’ the pas
anothersingle connecting member between the
sage of air therethrough for cooling the wearer
visor and top in the front of the hat.
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'20 of the hat. It is made entirely of one piece of
A further object is to provide a hat of the afore
cardboard. so that the blank can be formed by
said type having a single connecting’ member
one operation, and there are no separate pieces
between the rim and top in the back of the hat
of ‘the hat to become lost. Thus it may be
and two spaced connecting members between the
handled easily, especially by vendors selling the
visor and top in the front of the hat.
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hats at beaches, ball games and similar places
For further ‘comprehension of the invention,
and of the objects and advantages thereof, ref
Where ‘paper hats are needed to shade the head
from the sun.
erence will be had to the following description and
The slot-s I1 are made just long enough to re—
accompanying drawings, and to the appended
ceive the members of the rim I8 so that once
claims in which the various novel features of the 30 they are passed through the slots, .they are
invention are more particularly set forth.
gripped, preventing them from being pulled out.
In the accompanying drawings forming a ma
The size of the rim can be quickly and accurately
terial part of this disclosure:
adjusted to ?t the wearer’s head by moving the
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a hat constructed
members of the rim in the slots I‘I against the
in accordance with this invention.
friction of the grip thereof. If desired, the hat
may come equipped with a ?ap of glued paper
Fig. 2 is a plan view of the blank of paper from
which the hat of Fig. 1 was made.
I 9, shown in Fig. 3, which may be moistened and
folded down to adhere to and secure both mem
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary rear view of the hat.
bers of rim I8 in the slots IT.
Fig. 4 is a view similar to Fig. 1 of a hat con
A feature of the hat I0 is that it has two bars
structed in accordance with a modi?cation of this 40
I5, one on either side of the top I4. thus insuring
invention.
a strong support of this top on the visor l I.
Fig. 5 is a plan view of the blank of paper
from which the hat of Fig. 4 was made.
The hat It!’ shown in Figs. 4 and 5, constructed
in accordance with a modification of this in
The hat I0, shown in Figs. 1-3, according to
this invention, comprises a visorII rounded at 45 vention, is of the same type as the hat II! but
distinguishes therefrom by having a single cen
its front and having two depending wings I2 at
tral bar I5’ connecting the top I4’ to the visor II’.
its sides. The rear edge I3 of the visor is curved.
The hat also has a top I4, substantially elliptical
While I have illustrated and described the
in shape and connected to the visor by two
preferred embodiments of my invention, it is to
spaced bars I5, the top I4 having a curved ex 50 be understood that I do not limit myself to the
tension I 4*1 between the bars I5 which shades
precise constructions herein disclosed and, the
right is reserved to all changes and modi?cations
the forehead of a person wearing the hat. At
the rear of the top I4 depends a support I6 having
coming within the scope of the invention as de
?ned in the appended claims.
two cuts I ‘I. The hat has a rim I8 formed by
two bars extending rearwardly from the wings 65
Having thus described my invention, what I
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claim as new, and desire to secure by United
States Letters Patent is:
1. A paper hat formed entirely from a single
blank of paper comprising a visor, a rim formed
of two members, each integral at one end with
said Visor at one side thereof and free at the
other end, a top, a bar connecting said top with
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blank of paper comprising a visor, a rim formed
of two members, each integral at one end with
said visor at one side thereof and free at the
other end, a top, a bar connecting said top with
said visor at each side of said top and integral
with both said visor and top, and a support in
tegral at one end with the rear of said top and
said visor and integral with both said visor and
having two spaced slots adjacent its other end,
bers both passing through both of said slots.
blank of paper comprising a visor, a wing inte
2. A paper hat formed entirely ‘from a single
blank of paper comprising a visor, a rim. formed
of two members, each integral at one end with
said visor at one side thereof and free at the
eral at one end with one of said wings and free
at the other end, a top, a bar connecting said top
said free ends of said members both passing
top, and a support integral at one end with the
rear of said top and having two spaced slots ad 10 through both of said slots.
6. A paper hat formed entirely from a single
jacent its other end, said free ends of said mem
other end, a top, a bar connecting said top with I
said visor and integral with both said visor and
top, and a support integral at one end with the
rear of said top and having two spaced slots ad
jacent its other end, said free ends of said mem
bers both passing through both of said slots, said
bar being at the center of said visor and top.
3. A paper hat formed entirely'from a single
blank or paper comprising a visor, a rim formed
of two members, each integral at one end with
said visor at one side thereof and free at the
other end, a top, a bar connecting said top with
said visor andv integral with both said visor and
top, and a support integral at one end with the
rear of said top and having two spaced slots ad~
J‘acent its other end, said free ends of said mem
gral with and depending from each side of said
visor, a rim formed of two members, each inte
with said visor and integral with both said visor
and top, and a support integral at one end with
the rear of said top and having two spaced slots
adjacent its other end, said free ends of said
members both passing through both of said slots.
7. A paper hat formed entirely from a single
blank of paper comprising a visor, a Wing inte
gral with and depending from each side of said
visor, a rim formed of two members, each inte
gral at one end with one of said wings and free
at the other end, a top, a bar connecting said top
with said visor and integral with both said visor
and top, and a support integral at one end with
the rear of said top and having two spaced slots
adjacent its other end, said free ends of said
members both passing through both of said slots,
said visor having an inner curved edge adapted to
fit a person’s forehead.
bers both passing through both of said slots, said
slots being: onlyslightly' longer than the width of
said members thereby gripping said members and 35 8. A paper hat comprising a visor, a rim formed
of two members each integral at one end with
resisting movement of said members from said
said- visor at one side thereof and free at the
slots.
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other end,'a top, a bar connecting said top with
4. A paper hat formed entirely from a single
said-visor and integral with both said visor and
blank of paper‘ comprising a visor, a rim formed
of two members, each integral at one end with 4.0 top, a support integral at one end with the rear
ofv said top and having two spaced slots adjacent
said visor at one side thereof and free at the
its other end, said ‘free ends of said members
other end, a top, a bar connecting said top with
said- visor and integral with both said visor and
top, and a support integral at one end with the
rear of said top and having two spaced slots ad
jacen-t its other end, said free ends of said mem
bers both passing through both of said slots, said
top having a» curved extension at its front end.
5. A paper hat formed entirely from a single
both passing through both of said slots, and a
glued paper flap partially glued to said support
and having a portion overlapping said members
adjacent said slots for securing same to said sup
port.
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IRVING GARDNER.
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