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Nov. 1, 1949
2,486,749
C». MARKS
GARMENT HANGER
Filed Dec. 3, 1946
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
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2,486,749
GARMENT HANGER
Filed Dec. 3, 1946
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INVENTOR.
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Patented Nov. 1, 1949
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,486,749
GARMENT HANGER
Charles Marks, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application December 3, 1946, Serial No. 713,803
1 Claim. (01. 223-91)
2
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This invention relates to a hanger whichis
adapted to properly hang trousers, slacks, neck
Figure 13 is a sectional view on the line l3'—l3
of Figure 10;
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’ Figure 14 is a detailed sectional view, show
wear, towels and other articles that are made of
soft materials such as wool, cotton, silk, rayon,
ing one arrangement of the ?xed rod and re
nylon or similar materials.
movable bar;
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In using the ordinary type of hanger where
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Figure 15 is the same of another arrangemen
of the ?xed rod and removable bar;
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the above mentioned articles are hung halfway
over hangers, it has been often found that the
articles will fall from the hanger to lie in a
Figure 16 is a detailed view of a modi?ed form
of the invention where both the rod and bar are
crumpled position on the floor, which will make
removable and
them un?t for wear or use after the articles slip
off, and are stepped on, when they are removed
Figure 1'7 is a sectional view on the line l1—l'|
of Figure 16.
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from the closet, resulting in dirtying the ar
ticles.
'
Referring more in detail to the drawing, the
reference numeral Ill generally denotes the
An object of this invention, therefore, is to 15 hanger having the yoke member ll comprising
downwardly extending inclined arms [2 and 13
forming a curved portion Id at their upper ends
the hanger until properly removed therefrom‘,
to form the unitary yoke, and a wire hook I5 is
thereby preventing the articles from being
positioned in the portion M for hanging the
damaged.
Another object of the invention is to provide 20 hanger on a suitable support.
The yoke arms, at their lower extremities, are
a hanger that automatically locks the articles
provided with depending portions 16, which are
the instant they are placed on the hanger and
provided;v with vertical slots 11 which extend
without damage to them, since the locking means,
downwardly from the meeting point of the arms
though positive, will not crease or harm the ar
provide a hanger that will retain the articles on
25 and portion 16 to a semi-circular seat l8 at the
ticles.
lower end of each portion 18. The portions l8
With the above and other objects and advan
can be made integral with the outer ends of the
tages in view, the invention consists of the novel
inclined arms 12 and I3, or the portions 16 can
details of construction, arrangement and com
be made separate and secured to the outer ends
bination of parts more fully hereinafter de
of the inclined arms l2 and I3 by some suitable
scribed, claimed and illustrated in the accom
fastening means.
panying drawing in which:
Positioned in the seat l8, and ?xed therein by
Figure 1 is an elevational view of an embodi
a fastener l9, or any other suitable fastening
ment of the invention;
means, is a ?rst supporting means or rod 20.
Figure 2 is a fragmentary perspective view of
This rod may be fixed as described, or it may be
an end of the hanger;
loosely mounted in the seat 18.
Figure 3 is a sectional view on the line 3-3
The outer face of each portion l6 forming the
of Figure 1;
slots I‘! is provided with a cutout 2! whereby a
Figure 4 is a fragmentary perspective view of
second supporting means or removable bar 22
the movable bar of the hanger;
Figure 5 is a sectional view on the line 5-5 of 40 can be inserted into the slots l1, and be retained
therein immediately above the rod 20 in parallel
Figure 1;
relation therewith.
_ Figure 6 is a detailed fragmentary sectional
The bar 22 is formed as shown in Figures 4
top end view of the movable bar for the hanger;
Figure '7 is a sectional view on the line ‘I-'|
~ and 8, being of the same circumference for its
view of a modi?ed form of the invention;
Figure 11 is a sectional view on the line ll—-ll
the slots and lowered until contact is made be
tween the article and rod 20, when it immediately
becomes locked in place,
This is caused by the fact that the articles
45 entire length, or it may have reduced ends 23
of Figure 1;
as shown in Figures 6 and 9, and these reduced
Figure 8 is a perspective view, partly broken
ends prevent rotation of the bar 22.
away, of the form of movable bar;
In operation, the bar 22 is removed from‘ the
Figure 9 is a perspective view, partly broken
hanger, and the article 24 is hung thereon in
away, of another form of movable bar;
the center thereof. The bar is then placed in
Figure 10 is an enlarged detailed fragmentary
of Figure 10;
Figure 12 is a sectional view on the line |2-l2
of Figure 10;
' hang on the loose bar, and the weight of the ar
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ticle causes the bar to move downward to clamp
the article between the bar and the rod.
In Figures 10 to 14, there is shown a modi?ed
form of the invention comprising the hanger 30
having the yoke member 3! comprising down
wardly extending inclined arms, only a portion
of one arm 32 being illustrated, but it is to be
understood that this hanger will have a curved
portion similar to the portion M of hanger l0,
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It is believed that from the above description,
the construction and operation of the invention
will be apparent to those skilled in the art, and
it is to be understood that changes on the minor
details of construction, arrangement and combi
nation of parts may be resorted to, provided they
fall within the spirit of the invention and the
scope of the appended claim.
Having thus described the invention, what is
and a wire hook similar to the hook l5 of hanger 10 claimed as new and desired to be secured by Let
II} in the portion I4.
ters Patent is:
The yoke arms, at their lower extremities, are
A device of the character described comprising
provided with similar depending portions 33,
a hanger having a yoke member provided at its
which are provided in their outer face with a ver
ends with depending portions, a vertical slot in
tical slot 34 and the face of each portion is pro 15 each depending portion, a rearwardly extending
vided with a cutout 35 whereby a second support
‘seat in each slot forming a substantially L-shaped
ing means or removable bar 36 can be inserted
slot, a ?rst supporting means having its opposite
into the slots 34 and be retained therein in par
ends removably positioned in the seat in the slot
allel contact with, but above and slightly to the
in each of said depending portions, a cutout in
side, of a ?rst supporting means or ?xed rod 31, 20 the outer face of said depending portions and a
which is ?xed in the seat 38 in each portion'33
second supporting means having its ends ?at
inwardly of the slot 34. Each end of the bar 36
tened and receivable in the slot to enter the slot
is :reduced at 39 to conform to the shape of ‘the
and engage said ?rst supporting means in hori
slot 34.
zontal parallel relation thereto, and the ?attened
In Figure 15, the distance between the bar 36
ends of said second supporting means preventing
and rod 37 is varied, so that they lie in parallel
rotation of said second supporting means in rela
contact with ‘each other in the same parallel
tion to said ?rst supporting means.
plane.
In Figures 1-6 and 17, the portions 33 have a
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seat 40 communicating with the slot 34 whereby, 30
REFERENCES CITED
the rod 37,, instead of being ?xed as in Figures 10
to 15, inclusive, is removable as is bar 36. Thus
The following references are of record in the
rod 3?! is slipped into the seat 40 through cutout
?le of this patent:
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3.5 and slot 34, :and then bar 36 is slipped into
UNITED STATES PATENTS
place.
35
The operation of the modi?ed forms is the
Number
Name
Date
same as previously described for hanger I6. The
1,262,085
Omohundro _______ __ Apr. 9, 1918
hanger and bars and rods can be made of wood,
plastic, metal or ‘a combination of these articles,
1,377,443
and the hanger will support the articles without 40
Number
damage ‘thereto, due to the soft gripping action of
the bars ‘and rods.
12,077
Shelly ____________ __ May 10, 1921
FOREIGN PATENTS
Country
Date
Switzerland ______ __ May 11, 1896
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