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‘Dec. 24, 1946. I
E, R ELSTON
2,413,221
GARMENT HANGER
Filed April 6, I945
may.
Patented Dec. 24, 1946
2,413,221
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,413,221
GARMENT HANGER
Edward Percy Elston, Bradmore, Wolverhampton,
England
Application April 6, 1945, Serial No. 586,958
In Great Britain October 21, 1944
3 Claims.
( Cl. 223-89)
1
2
This invention comprises improvements con
nected with garment and like hangers of the
folding type comprising two pivoted arms which
two parts ll, l8 of the pivoted strut together,
are connected together with a pivoted strut
member.
The object of the present invention is to pro
will be led into the inverted channel part 12 of
the supporting member and thus prevent the strut
parts l7, I8 being forced out sideways and strain
ing the pivots
time the risk of distorting the hanger when
opening same is obviated, owing to the means
Recesses 19, 2B are provided in the pivoted
arms 5, 6 which may be used for the positioning
of shoulder straps or the like of ladies’ garment
on the hanger, whilst projections 2!, 22 are
formed in the strut members I1, I 8 which are
for locating the strut connection in the con
necting member for the pivoted arms, when the
hanger is closed.
adapted for use, for instance, for the suspension
of ladies’ skirts by the loops of same.
I claim:
vide a hanger which is adapted to be folded
in a very compact manner, whilst at the same
Referring to the drawing“
_
Figure 1 is an elevation of a hanger according
to this invention, in its extended position.
Figure 2 is an elevation of the hanger shown
in Figure 1, in its folded position.
1. A garment or like hanger, comprising in com
bination a supporting member which is (formed
with a tubular part therein, a member rotatably
mounted in the tubular part of the supporting
member which is frictionally gripped by the sup
Figure 3 is a sectional end view, taken on the
porting member, a suspension hook mounted in
line 3—3, in Figure 1, and
_
20 the rotatable member mounted in the supporting
Figure 4 is a sectional view taken on the llne
member and a pair of arms rotatably mounted
4—4 in Figure 1.
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on pivots carried by the supporting member.
In carrying the present invention into practice
as shown upon the accompanying drawing, the
garment hanger comprises two pivoted arms 5, 6
which at their upper ends are pivotally mounted
2. A garment or like hanger, comprising in com
bination a supporting member which is formed
with a tubular part therein, a member rotatably
mounted in the tubular part of the supporting
in a sheet metal supporting member which. is
folded so as to form at its upper part a tubular
formation 8 in which is rotatably mounted a
bular part, a suspension hook mounted in the ro
tatable member mounted in the supporting mem
member which is frictionally gripped by the tu
tubular part 9, carrying the suspension hook 18,
ber, a ?anged extension to the supporting member,
this hook being rotatably mounted in the tubular 30 a pair of arms rotatably mounted on pivots car
art 9.
ried by the supporting member and two members
p The tubular part 9 is frictionally held in the
pivoted together at their adjacent ends and at
tubular formation 8, so that the hook Ii! W111
their opposite ends to the arms pivoted in the
be normally retained in the positions as shown
35 suspension member to form a strut between the
in the drawing.
two pivotally mounted arms, the centre pivoted
The sheet metal supporting member under the
part of the strut being adapted to enter the ?ared
part of tubular formation 8 is closed to form
extension of the supporting member when the
the part I! and is then opened out to form an
hanger is folded for the purpose of giving rigid
inverted channel part i2 in which is pivotally 40 ity to the strut parts.
mounted the two upper ends of the pivoted
3. A garment or like hanger, comprising in
arms 5, 6 of the hanger.
combination a supporting member folded from
In the part 8 of the sheet metal supporting
sheet metal with a channeled part therein, a pair
member is formed a radial slot l3 along which
of arms rotatably mounted on pivots carried in
can pass the straight part M of the suspension 45 the channeled part of the supporting member, a
hook it, when it is folded down for packing as
tubular part formed in said supporting member,
shown in Figures 2 and 3 of the drawing.
a member rotatably mounted in said tubular part
The two ends of the inverted channel part H
of the supporting member and frictionally held
of the sheet metal supporting member are ?ared
therein, a suspension hook rotatably mounted in
at 15, so as to form a lead, for the member it 50 the rotatable member, a ?ared entrance to the
which comprises a sheet metal tubular part of
channeled part of the supporting member, and
rectangular formation, in which are pivotally
a strut member pivoted at its centre and at its
mounted the one end of the parts ll, 18 form
ends pivotally connected to the rotatably mounted
ing the strut, which connects the lower ends of
arms, so that on the arms being folded, the
the pivoted arms 5, 6 together.
55 centre pivoted part of the strut member will enter
The beforementioned lead E5, in the sheet metal
the ?ared part of the channel of the supporting
supporting member is adapted for use when the
member for the purpose of giving rigidity to the
garment hanger is folded as shown in Figures 2
strut parts when the hanger is folded.
and 3', as when the hanger is being folded, the
rectangular tubular part "5 which connects the
EDWARD PERCY ELSTON.
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