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Jan. 7, 1.947.
Filed Aug. 5, 1945
Patented Jan. 7, 1947
Marion Dwight Fortner, Chicago, Ill.
Application August 3, 1945, Serial No. 608,711
1 Claim. ' (Cl. 223-92)
The present invention relates to a coat hanger,
in order to prevent bubbling during process of
made of cast, or molded, plastic material.
molding the hanger.
An object of this invention is to provide a
The hook indicated by line 9 of Figures 1 and
2 is slightly ?anged at the end which sets in the
hanger thus preventing it from working loose
and dropping out.
hanger which may be made by various methods
of molding and of a material not easily splintered
or fractured.
A further object of the invention is to provide
When a coat has been worn for a number of
an improved rigid coat hanger composed entirely
of inexpensive non-metallic material which is
hours body moisture dampens the fabric and
wrinkles form just below the back of the collar.
attractive in appearance and can be made to 10 Place the coat on a hanger having a flat-surface
conform readily to the outline of garments of.
back, and the wrinkles deepen while the fabric
- various shapes.
is drying; and only a skilled workman can press
them out. Under the same conditions, if the coat
Another advantage of my improved hanger is
in a large garment supporting area, thereby keep
is placed on my hanger the convex bulge will au
ing the garment in better shape and freedom of 15 tomatically smooth away the wrinkles and when
the fabric from breaking.
the fabric dries no pressing is necessary. This
Further objects and advantages of this inven
tion will be apparent from the following descrip
tion, taken in conjunction with the accompanying
feature alone will save considerable trouble and
expense for pressing.
B of Figures 2, 3 and 4 indicates a hook, which
20 is inserted inside the collar to serve as a hanger
for a clamp holding trousers. Thus the entire
hanger showing the new and original features
suit is together. No searching about in a crowd
of my invention;
ed closet to ?nd trousers to match coat.
Fig. 2 is a front elevational view of the coat
At section line 5-! my coat hanger is 1%"
drawing, wherein:
Fig. 1 is a rear elevational view of the coat
hanger shown in'Fig. 1;
wide, which prevents wrinkling in the shoulder of
Fig. 3 is a top plan view thereof, and
a coat between collar and point of shoulder.
Fig. 4 is a bottom plan view thereof;
The perpendicular rib in center and at back
Fig. 5 represents a cross-section of the hori-,
of collar, indicated at 8 of Fig. 2 is thicker than
zontal lateral shown on line 5-5 of Fig. 4, be
the balance of the collar, in order to better sup- ‘
tween the collar and point of shoulder, showing 30 port the hooks indicated at 'l and 8 of Figures
the way the lateral is hollowed out. The thick
2 and 1.
ness of the walls of the hollow lateral, or arm,
The hook in the center of the curved recess,
varies from 1A" at the shoulder point to %" mid
which is indicated at 1 of Figures 3 and 4 is in
way toward the upward turn into the collar; Va"
'serted by hand after the complete coat hanger is
at lower part of collar and tapering down to 1A" 35 molded and ?nished.
at the top of collar.
With the exception of this hook the complete
Fig. 4 shows a bar 8 running through center
hanger is made at one operation, by the process
of horizontal lateral, which is for re-lnforcement
of injection molding.
purposes. This makes the invention lend itself
I claim:
to either of two methods of economical produc 40
A molded coat hanger comprising a central
tion: a, casting, of a material known as Catalin,
‘ body, a lateral hollow arm projecting from each
or b, injection molding, of a plastic composition
side of the body, an integral reinforcing rib on the
that is lighter by volume and stronger than wood;
' under face of each arm; a hollowconvex bulge on
will not chip ‘in falling, nor will it decay, and it
one face of. the said central body, adapted to
can be made in beautiful and lasting colors; no 45 stretch the collar of a garment placed upon the
revarnishing from time to time.
hanger, the opposite face of the central body
A of Figures 1 and 4 shows a convex bulge which
provided with a curved recess, an integral wedge
projects out % of an inch— from the ?at surface
shaped reinforcement on the curved surface of
' of the back and extends-the length of the point
the said curved recess; a clothes supporting, hook
- where the coat collar folds.
Figures _1 and 2 show how the horizontal lat
erals have a domed top surfac .
60 attached to this said wedge-shaped reinforce
ment, and a hanger supporting means projecting
. - ~‘
The bottom of the convex bulge is hollowed out
from the top of the said central body. _ '
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