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US1756752A
US1756752A US317527A US31752728A US1756752A US 1756752 A US1756752 A US 1756752A US 317527 A US317527 A US 317527A US 31752728 A US31752728 A US 31752728A US 1756752 A US1756752 A US 1756752A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
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G. JAcoBY SQFT COLLAR April 29, 1930.
Filed Nov.
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Patented Apr. 29, 1930 Ynutren STATES- Pie'rlnrlf oFFlcE GUSTAVE JACOBY, OF LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, ASSIGNOR. TOy TI-IE ENRO SHIRT COI!- IPANY, F LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, A CORPORATION OF KENTUCKY sorr COLLARE Application filed November 6, 1928. Serial No. 317,527.
This invention is an improvement in soft collars, and more particularly in means I n connection with collars ofthis character for holding the outer fold at its free endsstraight and smooth.
In the'usual construction of collar of this character, the free ends of the outer fold tend to become crushed and wrinkled through contact, with the shirt bosom, there being no stiff- 10'enin'g`at the said points to support said ends against the crushing and Wrinkling Which results from ordinary vvear.
One of the primary objects of the present invention is the provision o f a simple and inexpensive construction of collar, wherein means is provided in connection with the free ends of the outer fold, for receiving stiffening strips of suitable material, for holdlng the said free ends straight.
' 20 j Another object isthe provision of a form of holding means, which enables removalof the strips Whenvthe collar is to be laundered, and so constructed that the strips are held against accidental displacement when the co1- larv is in use.
Another object is the provision of a holding means in the form of a pocket wholll .on the inner surface ofthe fold, and indistinguishable at' the outer surface, wherein the pocket is formed'by a strip arranged transversely of the fold and secured to the inner ply thereof at the edges of the strip.
Another object is the provision of an opening ,in the pocket for the insertion and removal of the strip, in the form of a buttonhole, reinforced fto prevent damage to the sarna u Another object is the provision of a remforced opening in the .form of a button-hole, 4 accessible 'when the folds ofthe collar are movedinto substantial alinement, but hidden when the collar is in posi-tion for use.
Another object is the provision of a holding pocket for a stiifening strip so constructed and arranged that it does not change the external appearance of the collar 1n any Way. `With these and other objects in viev;r the invention consists in the construction and novel combination of parts fully described 5G hereinafter, illustrated in the accompanying pended hereto, it being understood that var1- ous changes in the form, proportion, size and minor details of construction Wlthin the scope of the claims, mayl be resorted to'without departing from the spirit ofthe invention.
In the drawings forming a part hereofz Fig. 1 is a perspective'vievv looking at the front of the improved collar.
Figs. 2 and 3 are sections on the lines 2-2 and 3-3 respectively, of Fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is a view of the inner face of the inner ply of the outer fold before its incorporation in the collar,l and beforethe attachment of the pocket.
Fig. 5 is a similar view of the opposite face after the attachment of the pocket.
In the present embodiment of the invention the improved collar, which is of the soft or nonstarched type, is composed, as is usual, of an inner fold '1,.and an outer fold 2, the said folds being of multiply construction, and at- I tachcd together in the usual manner. The inner fold has the usual button tabs, one of which is shown at 3, and the outer fold at the ends thereof, is provided with meansV for preventing crushing or wrinkling of the Said Y. ends in the use of the collar. v
The inner ply of the outer fold, indicated at 4 in Fig. 4, is provided with a button-hole 5 near the top edge thereof, and near the free end of` the ply, that is, near that end which v I will be at thefree end of the outer fold when the ply is incorporated in the collar. A strip 6 of suitable fabric material is arranged at the button-hole, and the button-hole is cut through the ply and through the reinforcing strip as shown. The button-hole is stitched in the usual manner by button-hole stitching indicated at 7, the stitching engaging both the plyy and the reinforcing strip.
The reinforcing strip 6 is on the inner face of the ply, so that when the ply is4 incorporated in the collar, the reinforcing strip will be hidden, and only the button-hole will be visible. The reinforcing strip 6 is a little longer than the button-hole as shown, and. of sufficient area to suitably reinforce the buttonhole, and after the formation of the buttonhole, as above specified, the pocket is attached. m0
The said pocket is secured to the innei` face of the ply, and is composed of a strip' 8 of suitable material, and width, Which extends from the upper edge of the ply 4 to the lower edge. The edges of the strlp 8 are substantially parallel with the edge of the end of the ply, and the strip is secured in place by lines of stitching 9 at the opposite side edges thereof, said lines passing throu h the ply. When the ply is incorporated in t ecollar, the connection between the inner fold land the outer fold 2, indicated at 10, closes the upper en'd of the pocket, and the lower end is closedb the connection of the plies of the outer fol said connection being indicated at 11.
As shown in Figs. 2 and 5, the button-hole 5 is spaced slightly below the bend indicated at 12, formed in theupper edge of'theouter fold 2 when it is connected to the innerl fold 1, and when the collar is properly folded as shown in Fi 1 and2, this bend 12 forms what is in e ect a closure for the button-hole or the opening of the pocket, to revent displacement of the member` 13, whic is received inthe pocket. This memberis a stifening strip of suitable material, as for instance, celluloid, or the like, and it is easily inserted in the pocket when the folds 1 and 2 are in substantially thesame place. When the parts are shaped as shown in Figs. 1 and 2 ythe bend 12 prevents any displacement of the'stiiening strip, but when the collar is to belaundered, for instance, the strip is easily removed.
It will be apparent from the description 'I Y and the showing, that none of the stitching which connects the strip 6 or the strip 8 to the collar is visible at theouter face thereof. The strip 8 itself is on the inner :face-of the inner. ply 4, and only the two lines 9 of stitching are visible on the inner -face of the collar. The stiening strips'hold the collar in its proper shape when in use, and after laundering, may
be quickly inserted in the pockets. When in ening strip within the ocket, the inner ply having an opening at t e end of the pocket near the junction of the fold to enable the insertion and removal of the stiil'ening strip,
said opening being reinforced on the face vof the innerply adjacent to the strip. y
3. 'Afsoft collar of the turned down type having a multipl outer fold, and having on the inner ply on t e face adjacent to the outer ply a transversely arranged strip connected to form a pocket b i stitching to the inner ply, whereby tlie stitc ing is not visible on the.
'outer face ofthe outer ply, and a stiffening strip within the pocket, the inner ply hav ing an ppenin at the end of the poc 'et near Signed at Louisville, in the county 'of Jefferson and State of Kentucky, this 29th day of October, A. D. 1928.'
GUSTAVE J ACOBY.
the pockets there is no possibility of accidental displacement.
What is claimed as new is 1. A soft collar of the tlirned down type having a multiplyl outer fold, and having on the inner ply on t e face adjacent to'the outer ply a transversely arran ed 4strip connected to form a pocket by stitchmg to the inner ply, whereby the stitc ing. is not visible on the outer face of the outerv ply, and a stifeningl strip within the pocket, the inner ply having an opening at the end of the ocketiiiearthe junction of the fold to enab e the insertion and removal of the stii'ening strip.
2. A soft collar of theturned down typel having a multiply `outeryfold, and having on the inner ply" on the face adjacent to the v outer plya transversely arran ed strip oon- 'nected to form a pocket by stitching to the inner ply, whereby the stitchin is not visible on the outer face of the outer p and a stifthe junction o the fold to enable 'the insertion
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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2903702A (en) * 1956-05-03 1959-09-15 Phillips Van Heusen Corp Collar construction
FR2945710A1 (en) * 2009-05-25 2010-11-26 Bachet Sarl Convertible tailored collar for e.g. shirt, has decorative object attached to strip towards upper end of strip such that object remains visible on collar when strip is inserted into sleeve through slot
WO2012059788A1 (en) * 2010-11-04 2012-05-10 Bachet Sarl Turn-down collar for a garment provided with a decorative accessory, garment comprising such a collar, and decorative accessory for said garment

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2903702A (en) * 1956-05-03 1959-09-15 Phillips Van Heusen Corp Collar construction
FR2945710A1 (en) * 2009-05-25 2010-11-26 Bachet Sarl Convertible tailored collar for e.g. shirt, has decorative object attached to strip towards upper end of strip such that object remains visible on collar when strip is inserted into sleeve through slot
WO2012059788A1 (en) * 2010-11-04 2012-05-10 Bachet Sarl Turn-down collar for a garment provided with a decorative accessory, garment comprising such a collar, and decorative accessory for said garment

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