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US2038875A
US2038875A US748322A US74832234A US2038875A US 2038875 A US2038875 A US 2038875A US 748322 A US748322 A US 748322A US 74832234 A US74832234 A US 74832234A US 2038875 A US2038875 A US 2038875A
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Aprfifi 28, 136. H. SIEGELBAUM HAT Filed Oct. 15, 1934 INVENTOR, r JfaZa Patented Apr. 28, 1936 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE HAT Harry Siegelbaum, Yonkers, N. Y., assignor 110 Dalton Hat Company, Yonkers, N. Y., a corporation of New York Applica.tion October 15, 1934, Serial N0. 748,322 2 Claims. (GI. 2178) This invention re1ates 110 hats and in particular pointed out I have illustrated one embodiment 110 the construction of brims of hats and. one of of my invention in the drawing, wherein:
its aspects relates 130 a construction for such brims Figure 1 is ap1an view of a hat showing my whereby ehe brims of hats made of a. comparainvenoion applied to the brim thereof;
tive1y W gra;de of fe1t may be given the char- Figure 2 isa sectional view on-the line 22 of ;5 actexisti'cs usua1ly only found. associated. wih hats Figure 1 looking in i:he direction of the arrows; of the finestigrades of felt. Fi ure 3 iS an enlarg.ed p1an view of a portion As is well known, 'f.e1t consists of a matted 0f the brim '0f the hat; in Figure 1 showing the conglomerationof animal1 hair, anal-in the manudetails of my invention; and 10 facture of fe1t hats, rabbit hair is customarily Figure 4is a section on the line 4-4 of Figure 3 1 0 employed. The finer grades of fe1t are made.out loeking in the direction of the arrows.
of 10ng hairs, Wherebya'better bonding or inter- In the drawing, l .-indicates*the body of a, fe1t locking efiect between the hairs is obtained, and hat anti 12 ius-brim. as a. result, a fe1t is obtained which is pliable, The construction of the brim is more particu- 15 while ab the same time it has a fu11 body so that 1ar1y indicated in hat portion of Figures 1 and 2 15 it is form-reoaining instead of limp, and whi that is in fu1l 1ines and ful1 details of the same does not break, am). when deforrned Will readi1y p ures 3 and 4. It Will be obs rv d assume any form given 1 11-, jthguf breaking that a b1ndlng or braid I6 is provided on the and. will 1etain such form. By the term break- Guter edge of brim of the a and ay be ing I mean the formation of a, crack in the loadfastened thereto in m S11 itab 1e preferred m 20 ing material, without disruption of the hair of P 'aSf0r example, by1thmg I8. 'I'his st1tchthe felt. A similar efiect may be observed in 1ng throu gh 11116 free edgeS 0f the b n g stiffly starched fabrics, sharp bending of which I5, Wh1ch1s a pplled 111 Such a mannt ar that. a, tuburesults in a cracking of the starch without dis- 1ar Channel 1S 1eft w n & b mdn 1g |s am].
rupting the fibers of the fabric. the uter edge Of W1thm uns Channel 25 f fe1t am made Of the Short and he1d closely ad acent 150 the outer edge of The poor grades 0 e f lt the bnm by ehe b1ndmg 16 1s a, rubber tube I4 ha1rs W1th the result that the halrs m es e S having a bore I5. The rubber tube is of small h a oh fe1t am Only loosely bonded toget er nd e d1ameter, as th1s W111 result m the necessary order to 15 11mp and form retammg In phab1hty, and 1ts bore I5 1s relat1vely sma11, so
30 correct this condition it is necessary to inthat the rubber taube 15 th1ck wa1led, whereby it corporate therew1th substances known as load1ng is not readfly deformed from its Oircular cross i g" W i f section. t Will be noted from Figure 4, th'at the tube is s own as of the same diameter as the also f the hlgher grades Of thickness of the fe1t, and therefore, in addition 35 fe1 t 15 sumcleiflt g to having the above mentionecl desired characteri g g g g istics, the tube mm tm binding and. the fe1t will a10SS 111 pllablhty and therefore 1f lt i?g i course, if desired, to attain particular effects, such i :o sha.rply b Such fe1ts the resu1t 15 relation of sizes may be departed. from.
1ng 0f 17116 I1; will further be observed that where the edge Su ch loadl fr purpose St1ffenmg, 15 of the felt is squarely cut, air spaces I1 are formed pa u necessary m 0f f} fe1t between the fe1t and. the rubber, and. these permit 4 where the edge of such br lm 1S raW F 1S of rr 1ore ready accpmmodation of c har 1ges of form forme y 17116 fe1t 113Se1f, W1th0ut n 0ute1 blndof tne rubber tub1ng, when the br1m 1s deformed, ing th b t f t to 0 wixoutnd|fastlilcl)lyingb its odyaiv1g properties.
It is among eo 3ec s o my 1nven 1on pr Wi ur er e 0 serve at the seam l8 vide a construction whereby a t m 0f re1ais p1aced near the outer edge of the fe1t. 'I'his tively poor quality fe1t, such as used 1 n populaf results in a. stiffening of the fe1t around the seam, priced hats, will acquire characteristm s of p1 1- so thao the portion of the brim between the seam abi1ity and form retention only obtamable m am}, the outer edge Will be stiffer than the inner brims of high-grade fe1t. portions, whereby it forms a. firm support for the For the attainment of this object, and such rubber tube and. assists in giving body to the other objects as will hereinafter appear or be brim. 55
For example, when it 1's attempted to shape a.
hat brim made of limp felt, such as poor grade unloaded felt, *it is found to be impossible, because when released fromthe shaping influence, it; immediately collapses. When, 011 the other band, it is attempted to shape a. hat brim. made' according 150 my invention, even t hough made of limp felt, it Will bei found to retain its shape, and
shaping of small portions thereof may be effected, without affecting the shape of other portions exciapt 'those closely adjacent. Tha.t is, suppoSe it is desired 130 rai se a portion of the rim one inch long Without raising the portions to either side thereof, lt will be fou nd that this can be done, very easily, whereas, had the bfim been of 10W grade, highly loaded fe1t, all the surrounding portio1is would have been sprang out of shape, due to the stiflness of the felt, and it might even result in breaking.
While I have described my invention as pplied to felt hats, it Will be'understood tha.t it is not necessarily limited to hats made of felt throughout, b ut tha.t lt may be applied to the fe1t brims 2,038875 The result of th1's construction is to make the of hats hav1'ng other portions thereof of othel' material; er to brims made 0-1 the materials other than fe1t, but having properties requiring pratection of a. similar kind.
II; will be understoocl tha.t the disclosure herein is by way of illustration only, and that my invention may be embodied in many forms other than the one herein disclosed Without departing from the spirit thereof as defined in the appended claims.
- Having thus described my'invention and illustrated its use, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:
1. In a hat having a, brim of limp felt, a thickwalled India rubber tube having a relatively small "bore disposed around the unter edge of sa.id brim in close adjacenqy thereto, anti a, fabric binding having its edge portions secured to the brim, surrounding sai-d tube in close contact ther9with, so as to maintain said adjacency of the tube to the outer edge ofsaid brim. v
2. In a hat havi'ng a, limp deformable brim, a rubber tube surrdunding the0uter edge o f said brim in close adjacency thereto, a binding d0lI- bled over said tube longitudinally and having its side portions secured t0 the upper and. lower surfaces of said brim resp'ectively, thediameter of said tube being substantially of the same thicknass as the m&terial of the brim so that the walls of the taube form in efi'ect a, coritinuation of the brim surfaces.
HARRY SIEGELBAUM.
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Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2663024A (en) * 1951-09-06 1953-12-22 Cantor Alexander Collapsible hat
US2686917A (en) * 1951-03-27 1954-08-24 Auerbach Dora Rain hat
US6721961B2 (en) * 2001-10-23 2004-04-20 Dada Corp. Cap with a pliable visor
US20040194192A1 (en) * 2003-04-07 2004-10-07 Yupoong, Inc. Headgear with an adjustable visor
US20040210986A1 (en) * 2003-04-22 2004-10-28 Yan Suen Ching Cap with unique rubber piping
US6964064B1 (en) 2003-04-22 2005-11-15 Suen Ching Yan Rubber piping on cap bill edge

Cited By (7)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2686917A (en) * 1951-03-27 1954-08-24 Auerbach Dora Rain hat
US2663024A (en) * 1951-09-06 1953-12-22 Cantor Alexander Collapsible hat
US6721961B2 (en) * 2001-10-23 2004-04-20 Dada Corp. Cap with a pliable visor
US20040194192A1 (en) * 2003-04-07 2004-10-07 Yupoong, Inc. Headgear with an adjustable visor
US20040210986A1 (en) * 2003-04-22 2004-10-28 Yan Suen Ching Cap with unique rubber piping
US6964064B1 (en) 2003-04-22 2005-11-15 Suen Ching Yan Rubber piping on cap bill edge
US7073206B2 (en) 2003-04-22 2006-07-11 Suen Ching Yan Cap with unique rubber piping

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