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Filed June l0, 1959
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United States Patent O
Charles J. Rickli, 32 Grand Rue, Montreux,
Vaud, Switzerland
Filed June 10, 1959, Ser. No. 819,474
Claims priority, application Switzerland June 12, 1958
2 Claims. (Cl. 40-1.5)
Patented Mar. 6, 1962
Such card-holders are of particular interest for meet
ings or the like, in order to facilitate personal contacts.
What I claim is:
1. A card-holder to be secured to a garment provided
with a button hole, comprising a flat transparent sheath
slidingly engageable by a card to be seen through the
front surface of said sheath, a normally ñat strap
adapted to engage a button hole in the garment, pivot
My invention has for its object a card-holder to be se
means secured to a point of the rear surface of the shea-th
cured to a garment. According to my invention, said 10 one end of said strap being pivotally secured on said
card-holder is provided on its rear surface with a tongue
pivot means, and a snap fastener including a primary
adapted to engage a button-hole in said garment.
component rigid with the other end of said strap and a
The accompanying drawings illustrate by way of ex
plurality of secondary components adapted to be selec
ample two embodiments of the card-holder according to
tively engaged by and separated from said primary com~
the invention.
15 ponent and rigid with dilîerent points of the rear sur
FIGS. 1 and 2 are plan views of the rear surface of
face of the sheath and lying at equal distances from said
the ñrst embodiment and of the second embodiment re
point of the rear surface of the sheath.
The card-holders illustrated in FIGS. 1 and 2 are con
2. A card holder to be secured to a garment provided
with a button hole, comprising a flat sheath slidingly
stituted by transparent sheaths obtained through the fold 20 engageable by a card to be seen through the front sur
ing of a sheet of transparent plastic material, the ñange
face of said sheath, a ñrst primary push button com
forming edges 1 and 3 of which are superposed at their
ponent rigid with the sheath, a series of further primary
rear surface. ‘A tongue or strap 2 is fitted pivotally to
push button components rigid with points of said sheath
ilange 3 through one of its ends by means of a rivet 8;
at the same predetermined distance from the location on
said tongue carries at its other end one of the com 25 the latter of the ñrst push button component, an inde
ponents 9 of a separable snap fastener of which the
pendent normally ñat tongue including, with a spacing
other component 10 is secured to the same outer surface
equal to said predetermined distance, two secondary
of the sheath. It is apparent that in the embodiments of
FIGS. 1 and 2, the rear surface of the sheath is pro
push button components adapted to engage respectively
the first mentioned primary push button component and
vided with three such snap fastener components 10, 30 selectively one of the further primary push button com
whereby it is possible to secure the card-holder in a sub
stantially horizontal manner, whatever may be the slope
of the button hole of the garment which is to be engaged
References Cited in the file of this patent
by the tongue 2. This is obtained readily by associat
ing the component 9 snap fastener with any one of the 35
three cooperating components 10.
Holland et al ........... __ May 9, I1944
In order to facilitate the introduction of a card into
these card-holders, their ñange 3 is provided with lateral
recesses 12.
Komorous ___________ _- Nov. 18, 1952
Rosen ______________ -_ Mar. 29, 1960
England ______________ _.- Jan. 9, 1918
Great Britain _________ .._ Apr. 12, 1944
The card-holders illustrated in FIGS. 1 and 2 are pro 40
vided furthermore with a safety pin 6 for the case Where
the wearer might prefer securing the card-holder to the
garment through the agency of such a safety pin.
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