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US1025743A
US1025743A US65068011A US1911650680A US1025743A US 1025743 A US1025743 A US 1025743A US 65068011 A US65068011 A US 65068011A US 1911650680 A US1911650680 A US 1911650680A US 1025743 A US1025743 A US 1025743A
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E. A. GUTHMAN. SHOE BUOKLB.

APPLICATION I ILED SEPT. 22,1911.

1,025,743, Patented May 7,191'2.

- WITNESSES I INVENTOR Brit"? I (I:

I momma ELI A. GUTHMAN, or New YORK. N. Y.

' SHOE-BUCKLE.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May 7, 1912.

Application filed September 22, 1911. Serial No. 650.680.

T 0 all whom it inay concern Be it known that I. ELI A. GI'THMAX, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the city of New York. Bensonhurst. borough of Brooklyn, in the county of Kings and State of New York, have invented a new and Improved Shoe-Buckle. of which the .following is a full. clear, and exact description. I

Among the principal objects which the present invention has in view are: to pro vide a buckle of the character named having a holding bar for a leather tab adapted to support the same and to secure the buckle to the shoe structure; and to provide in a buckle of the character named, a back bar and a leather tab adapted to engage the same. said leather tab being economical and durable.

Qne embodiment of the present invention is disclosed in the structure illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which like characters of reference denote corresponding parts in all the views, and in which Figure 1' is a perspective view ofa low shoe having a buckle constructed and arranged in accordance with the present invention; Fig. 2 is a cross section taken on the line 2-2 in Fig. 1; Fig. 3 is a detail view, on an enlarged scale, showing the back of a buckle and tab mounted thereon constructed and arranged in accordance with the present invention; Fig. 4 is a detail View in perspective, showing the metal pt) tion of a buckle constructed and arranged in accordance with the present invention and Fig. 5 is a detail view showing the leather portion of a buckle constructed 'and arranged in accordance with the present invention.

. The buckle shown in the accompanying drawings consists primarily of two portions, a metal port-ion as seen best in Fig. 4 and a leather port-ion as seen best in Fig. 5. The metal portion is constructed to conform to the lines and design of what is known as a colonial buckle. The face plate 10 is rectangular in form, and the center is cut away to form a square opening 11. Through the square opening 11 the face of the tongue 12 of the buckle is exposed. One of the essentials in the appearance of bu'cklesof this shape is that the tongue 12 should be main- 'tainedlevel and smooth. For this purpose I haveprovided a cross bar'13, which bar- 13 extends transverse the face plate 10 and eliminated to form the said recesses.

parallel with the longest diameter of the overturned and are rigidly secured upon the back of the face plate 10. the length of the overturn being approximately the thickuess of the leather portion of the buckle. The curvature imparted .to the face plate 10 is also imparted to the bar 13. In this manner the bulge of the tongue 12 is maintained even across theopening 11 and snug in its fit to the back of the face plate 10. The tongue 12 is shaped to form a rectangular body. as seen in Fig. 5 of the drawingsnpon the upper edge whereof is supported foliated tab 15, a shape usually provided for the end of the tongue in colonial shoes.

In the present invention the body of the tongue 12 is provided at the sides thereof with squaredrecesses 16, the leather being The recesses 16 are provided to receive the. turned ends 11 of the bar 13, the leather ateach side of the said recesses serving to hold the tongue 12 in position on the face plate 10. This construction minimizes the ditliculty of adjusting the tongue to the metal portion of the buckle, it being onl needed to bend the leather to a degree su cient to pass the squared ends of the leather adjacent the recesses 16.

To hold the buckle on the shoe I have provided the clips 17. 17. The clips 17 in the present instance are formed integrally with and struck up from the body of the bar 13, as seen best in Fig. 4 of the drawing At the moment of mounting the buckle on the shoe the clips 17 are placed in the/poshv tion shown in Fig. 4.. Holes are formed in the foxing 18 of-the shoe to receive the clips 17. The clips 17. after being inserted through the holes as above mentioned, are overturned as seen in Fig. 2 of the' drawings, serving to form a substantial fastening for the buckle upon the shoe. Further, it will be' observed that thebar 13 from which the clips 17 extend passes across the center of the opening 11 so that if necessary the clips 17 may be lightly tamped or set by resting a weight on the body of the tongue 12 Where the same is exposed through the saidopening.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is 1.. A shoe opening 11. The ends 1-1 of the bar 13 are i r I buckle, comprising a faceplate having a central opening; a cross bar extending lengthwise of said buckle andacros's said opening saidbar being spaced from.

said face plate-t0 form a channel therewith; and a leather tongue having a body port-ion provided with lateral recesses to receive the ends of said cross bar to hold the said tongue on said buckle.

2. A shoe buckle, comprising a face plate having a central opening; a cross bar extending lengthwise of said buckle and across saidopening said bar being spaced from said face plate to fornra channel therewith; a leather tongue havlng a body portion provided with lateralrecesses to re ceive the ends of said cross bar to hold the 15 said tongue on said buckle; and a plurality of fastening clips for said buckle formed by partly severing the central portion of said bar and raising the severed portions at an angle perpendicular to said bar.

In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

ELI A. GUTI-IMAX.

'itnesses E. M. Minornrox, F. E. Bakes.

flopi es of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, D. C.

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