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Dec. 17, 1946.
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GARMENT .HANGER
Filed Aug. 9, 1944
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2,412,606
P. E. DUBBE
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Patented Dec. 17, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,412,606
GARR/IEN T HANGER
Paul Emil Dubbe, Los Angeles, Calif.
Application August 9, 1944, Serial No. 548,709
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7 Claims.
(Cl. 223-~-93)
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This invention relates to garment hangers, and
more particularly to a garment supporting at
tachment which can be readily placed upon a
a hook or holding finger, as II, opening toward
the higher side when in place on the bar. This
supporting member, having the usual hook.
is convenient for holding the strap or cord II’
The top of said head or body is provided with
` Among the salient objects of the invention are: Ul of a garment, as indicated at the left on Fig. 1.
To provide an attachment which can be held
The lower end of said device or attachment 'I,
adjustably and yieldingly upon 9, supporting bar
to provide means. _for supporting variousI gar
is provided therein with a spring loop, as I2,
ments thereon; to provide in such an attachment
an opening through which the supporting bar can
be inserted which is larger in cross section than
and on the adjacent faces of the parts are pro
andis split or bifurcated„as shown in Fig.A 2,
vided with little knobs, as I3, or ridges, whereby
to frictionally hold a garment I4, as trouser ends,
said bar, with yielding, friction forming elements
therein to bear upon the bar, and thus yieldingly
and frictionally hold said attachment in adjusted
position thereon; to p-rovide an attachment hav
inserted therebetween, to be suspended therefrom,
as seen in Figs. 1 and 2. The lower end of said
device extends downwardly and outwardly to form
a shoulder-like support 8' for garments, and is
notched, as at I5, to prevent slipping of garment
I6.
In Fig. 1, in light broken lines, I have shown
ing a split or bifurcated end, with spring means
therefor, whereby the bifurcated ends can be
sprung apart and placed over a garment to be
held therebetween; to p-rovide an attachment of
the character referred to with shoulder-like for
mation for holding a garment placed thereupon;
to provide a hook-like portion as a part of said
device, or attachment, to conveniently hold the
straps or cords of garments, even though said
garments are not placed over the body of the
attachment in the usual manner; and, in general,
to provide a simple, practical and economical at~
tachment, or device, which can be applied to most
how the attachment can be reversed on the sup
porting bar 5, to project upwardly like a horn,
over which garments can be hung, if desired.
Thus I have provided a very simple, durable
and economical supporting element or attachment
which can be applied to diiîerent kinds and sizes
_ of supporting or hanger bars, for holding a plu
rality of different garments on one hanger. I
am aware that changes in details can be made
in the showing here made for illustrative pur
any garment supporting hanger bar.
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poses without departing from the real heart of
I have illustrated my invention in one practical 30 the invention, and I do not, therefore, limit the
form on the accompanying drawing, in which
invention to these details, except as I may be
Figure 1 is a View showing my invention in its
limited by the hereto appended claims.
several uses;
I claim:
Figure 2 is a sectional View taken on the line
1. A garment hanger attachment consisting of
2-2 of Fig. 1;
Ur a body having an opening through its upper end
Figure 3 is an end view of the hanger and at
to receive said hanger, said opening being larger
tachment thereon; and
than said hanger and having yieldable friction
Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional view,
through the attaching end of the attachment.
Referring in detail to the drawing, the well
known hanger bar is designated 5, with the usual
hook 5. This may be of dilTerent forms and sizes.
The invention is illustrated in the attachment
prongs in said opening bearing at their ends on
said hanger, whereby said attachment can be
or device designated as a whole 'I, and having a
garment hanger, each consisting of a body with
an opening therein through which the end of said
hanger can be inserted, with yieldable friction
somewhat rectangular head or body portion 8,
having therethrough an opening 9, provided
therein with a plurality of yieldingly projecting
fingers or prongs, I0, Il), adapted to yield and to
be bent over, as indicated, to permit the insertion
of the supporting bar 5, thus frictionally and
yet yieldingly holding the device on the bar in
any adjusted position. It will be noted that the
direction of the ilexed prongs or iingers I il, is>
such as to make more diiiicult the slipping of
the device on said bar toward the end thereof.
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adjusted thereon, the lower end of said attach
ment being bifurcated and spring pressed for
holding a garment therein.
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2. Attachment elements to be mounted on a
prongs in said opening to bear at their ends on
said hanger, for holding said attachment in ad
justed position thereon, said attachments being
formed with shoulder-like outer sides to hold a
garment placed thereon.
3. Attachment elements to be mounted on a
garment hanger, each consisting of a body with
an opening therein through which the end of said
hanger can be inserted, with yieldable friction
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prongs in said opening to bear on said hanger,
for holding said attachment in adjusted position
thereon, said attachments being formed with
shoulder-like outer sides to hold a garment placed
thereon, the lower ends of said bodies being bi
furcated and normally spring closed for holding
garments pinched therebetween.
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formed hooks on their tops for holding straps
in the manner indicated, the lower end_s of said
bodies being bifurcated and normally spring
closed for holding garments pinched therebe
tween.
6. The combination with a garment hanger bar,
of a pair of holding elements adjustable thereon
4. Attachment members to be mounted on a
and each comprising a body with an opening
garment hanger bar, each consisting of a body of
therethrough to receive said hanger bar, said
openings having therein, to bear on said hanger
rubber-like material with an opening there
through larger than the hanger bar to receive an
end of said hanger bar, with integral, yielding
friction parts in said opening bearing on said
bar, a yielding, friction-furnishing element, and
the body having a depending, bifurcated portion,
provided therein with a spring loop, the ends of
said spring loop being within the ends of said
hanger for holding said attachment in adjusted
position thereon, said bodies having their outer 15 bifurcated portions, whereby said bifurcated ends
yieldingly hold garments therebetween.
opposite sides of shoulder form to hold a garment
V7. A garment holder to be placed on the end
thereon, and having integrally formed hooks on
of a hanger bar, said holder being made of rub
their tops for holding straps in the manner indi
ber-like material with an opening therein to re
cated.
5. Attachment members to be mounted on a 20 ceive the hanger bar, and having integral prongs
in said opening to engage and frictionally hold
garment hanger, each consisting of a body of
said holder in adjusted positions, said holder hav
rubber-like material with an opening there
ing a depending portion, bifurcated and having
through to receive an end of said hanger, with
a spring loop imbedded therein with its ends in
integral, yieldingfriction parts in said opening
bearing on said hanger for holding said attach 25 the ends of said bifurcated portions, to give
yielding and frictional holding quality thereto,
ment in adjusted position thereon, said bodies
for holding a garment therebetween.
having their outer opposite sides of shoulder form
PAUL EMIL DUBBE.
to hold a garment thereon, and having integrally
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