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.DCC- 10,11946- , ci. s. BJoRKLUNDl-:TAL GARMENT HANGER 2,412,245 ' Filed oét. 1, 1945 INVENTOFKS CARL. S.BJOF\KLUND EDGARCBJORKLUND EDSEL T.BJOP\KLUND `ATT RNEYS '2,412,245 Patented Dec. 10, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,412,245 GARMENT HANGER 'Carl s. Bjorklund, Édgar o. Bjorklund, and Easel ' .T. Bjorklund, Milwaukee, Wis. Application October 1, 1945, Serial No. 619,482 1 Claim. (Cl. 22d-¿91) 1 . Our invention refers to garment hangersand it has for its primary object to provide a coin bination hanger wherein, for example, coats, trousers and skirts may be conveniently suspended . 2 double spring wires are folded against the backing strip to form spring clamps 5_5. The clamps terminate at their ends with gripping loops 6-6, which gripping loops are spaced apart t0 kform a throat for the reception of a garment such »as trouser legs, or the like. from a single unit, will materially economize in The backing piece 4 and spring clamps 5 may closet space, bearing in mind that under usual be secured together by solder or welding patches conditions a coat and vest require a hanger and 4’-4", the latter serving to secure the ends of the trousers require a second hanger, Further more, a single unit is particularly useful for 10 the loops 6. As best indicated in Figures 3 and 4 of the cleaners or tailors in delivering garment articles. drawing, when it is desired to insert the legs The specific object of our invention is to provide of a pair of trousers into the hanger, one of the a garment hanger comprising‘essentially a'yoke therefrom. Thus the garments, being suspended spring clips is pulled outwardly to form a throat, having a backing piece extending thereacross with a pair of spring clips attached to the backing 15 whereby one edge of the trouser legs is inserted piece, whereby the legs of trousers may be quickly slipped into the clips for suspending the same under the coat in a compact unit. With the above and other objects in view, which will appear as the description proceeds, the in 20 vention resides in the novel construction, com bination and arrangement of parts, substantially between the clamp and backing piece 4. The opposite gripping clamp is then pulled out, under spring tension, whereby the other creased edge of the trouser legs, as indicated at A, is inserted into the throat. Thus said trousers are firmly held in position, as indicated in Figures 3 and i, it being understood that due to the spring clamps, the trousers are securely held in suspension irre spective of the fact that they may or may not stood that such changes in the precise embodi 25 have cuffs at their bottom edges. Under usual conditions the coat or coat and ment of the herein disclosed invention may be vest are then inserted over the yoke and, should made as come within the scope of the claim. , it be desired, another garment may be hung over In the accompanying drawing is illustrated one as hereinafter described, and more particularlyV deñned by the appended claim, it being under the strip 2. complete example of the physical embodiment of Obviously, in some instances, we may dispense the present invention constructed according to 30 with the connecting strip 2, and while we have the best mode so far devised for the practical shown the yoke and backing piece 5 fabricated application of the principles thereof. from wire, these parts may be formed from a In the drawing: single nat backing of wood, paper ñber, or other Figure 1 represents a perspective view of a garment hanger embodying the features of our 35 material, in which instance the spring clamps would be secured thereto. invention. It is also within the scope of our invention, in some instances, to provide a long single spring clamp as a substitute for the two clamps shown ure 1. Figure 3 is a similar sectional view showing 40 in this exempliflcation of our invention. We claim: the legs of trousers gripped therein, and In a garment hanger provided with downwardly Figure 4 is a fragmentary cross section of the inclined wires, connected by a cross strip, the hanger, the section being indicated byline 4-4 inclined wires being offset above the cross strip of Figure 1, the same being illustrated as having 45 to form vertically disposed seats, a trouser sup trousers legs gripped therein. ,. port for the hanger comprising a double wired Referring by characters to the drawing, IY indi backing piece looped about the yoke offsets and cates a yoke formed from a single piece "of vwire A-folded upon itself to form spring clamps asso having a bottom connecting strip Z'fandfa'isus Figure 2 is a plan sectional view of the same, the section being indicated by line 2-2 of Fig pension hook 3, all of the same beingstandard ' ciated with a back, the clamp ends terminating 50 with gripper loops spaced apart to form a :gar and form no part of the invention. ‘ ment receiving mouth. The downwardly inclined yoke wires I-l are _ provided with vertically positioned offsets I’ for the reception of a double wire backing piece 4, which backing piece is looped >about the yoke offsets I’ to eii'ect a joint. From this joint the 55 CARL S. BJORKLUND. EDGAR C. BJORKLUND. EDSEL T. BJORKLUND.