US2166566A - Coat collar construction - Google Patents

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US2166566A
US2166566A US225373A US22537338A US2166566A US 2166566 A US2166566 A US 2166566A US 225373 A US225373 A US 225373A US 22537338 A US22537338 A US 22537338A US 2166566 A US2166566 A US 2166566A
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July 18, 1939;
J GIUSEFFI COAT COLLAR CONSTRUCTION Filed Aug. 17, 193a INVENTOR. e/rame Gz'zzagjz'.
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Patented July 18, 1939 JUNlTED STA-TE.
goA'r COLLAR CONSTRUCTION Jerome Giuseffi, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The Goodall Worsted Company, 7 Maine, a corporation of Maine Application August 17,
3' Claims.
This invention relates to garment construction, and particularly to collar construction in coats and the like. An object of the invention is'to provide means for clearly defining the fold or crease-line in such collars and for rendering this line firm manent.
' Another object is to provide in coat collars a permanent fold or hinge means for locating the proper crease-linein the collar subsequent to firishing, laundering or dry cleaning of the garment.
. Another object of 'the invention is to provide means of the kind described which are particularly adapted for use with garments of the lighter or washable variety.
Another object is to provide such means of simple and efllcient construction and which add nothing to the weight of the garment nor to the parts utilized in the collar construction.
These and other objects are attained by the means described herein and illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in which:
Fig. 1 is a fragmental front view of a coat in wearing position and provided with the means of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a plan view of a coat collar construct- .ed in accordance with the present 3iymantion,
parts of the collar being broken awa to show the construction details.
Fig. 3 is an enlarged cross-sectional view of the collar of this invention in folded position.
Fig. 4 is an enlarged cross-sectional view on.
line 4--4 of Fig. 2. a
the collarofthis terial removed.
One of the chief requisites in achieving the desirable well-fitted appearance in coats andsimiinvention with the 'facing ma lar garments is theproper set of the collar."
When garments are first turned out from the tailoring establishment, it is customary to provide the fold or crease ofthe collar along the proper line tofachi'eve this effect, but the maintaining of the crease li'ne without twisting or dislocation thereof, and particularly the locatingof the crease-line after'a garment has been laundered or dry cleaned, are problems which have not heretofore been} satisfactorily dealt with.
This is particularly true of garments of the lighter or washable kind which are frequently laundered or dry cleaned. It is diflicult. if not impossible, for the workman or 'operator to replace the crease-line in exactly the same location as Fig. 5 is an enlarged fragmental/plan view of' Sanford,
1938, semi No. 225.373
and perp) it wasv originally, with the result that the garment loses its trim and well-fitted appearance. The present invention overcomes these difiiculties by providing, in brief, a coat collar comprising the usual top collar and under collar, 5 enclosing between them a'pair of interlining pieces, one in the outer and one in the inner section of the collar. These interlining pieces have their inner edges so formed and disposed relative to one another that they permanently de- 10 fine the proper crease-line in the collar and provide for locating the crease-line subsequent to finishing, laundering or dry cleaning of the garment. In addition, these interlining pieces provide in the collar 2. firm, unwavering, and well- 16 defined crease-line so that a collar constructed in accordance with this invention maintains indefinitely its original well-fitted appearance.
In greater detail and with reference to the drawing: Fig. 1 shows the upper portions of a coat comprising.- a collar which,'so far as form and attachment to the body of the garment are concerned, may be of the usual type, that is, the collar is of the type adapted to be folded or creased 25 along an intermediate'longitudinal line to provide an inner collar section B and an outer -collar' section '9. This collar comprises a top cola lar i0 and an under 'collar ll, superimposed one upon the other. Between these parts, the inter- 30 lining means of the present invention are positioned. These means comprise a pair of interlining members l2 and I3 of material such'as buckram or the like. These members are preferably light in weight and, when placed side by 35 side and in flat position, are adapted to substantlally conform to the shape of the top collar l0 and under' collar H, between which they may be secured by suitable stitching H. The interlining pieces I3 is associated with the outer collar sec- 40 tion 9 (Fig.v 3) ofthe collar and the interlining piece I2 is associated with the inner section 8 thereof. The pieces'IZ and I3 havetheir inner edges in close adjacency to one another and extending along the fold or crease-line of the 001- 45 lar. Theseadjacent inner edges are, as seen at l5 and I6 '(Figs. 3 and 4), preferably doubled upon themselves and stitched in this position to the under collar, to provide firm and non-raveling edges. When the collar has been completed, 50 it will readily fold or crease along the hinge line provided by he inner edges l5 and it of themterlining members I! and B. It will be seen in Fig. 3 that when the collar'is so folded, the adjacent doubled edges of the interlining members 55 and the fold line I! of the undercollar ll project upwardly into a substantially common plane so that a firm and permanent fold or creaseline is provided upon which the adjacent fold line portions iii of the top collar ID are supported in a firm, untwisted and unwrinkled condi-' tion. The lowermost edge portions of the under collar ll of the collar, as indicated at I! (Figs. 2 and 3), may be folded over the adjacent edge portions of the interlining pieces I2 and I3. Thereafter, suitable stitching 20 is applied through these superimposed edge portions and likewise through the adjacent edge of the top collar l0. 1
The means of this invention necessitate no additional parts in collar construction as previously known since it has been usual to utilize interlining members in collars. The peculiar interlining means of this invention, however, provide a permanent guide whereby a proper creaseline may be indefinitely maintained in the collar.
Variations suggest themselves upon consideration of the means herein described, but these are believed to be comprised within its scope.
between the top collar. and under collar thereof,
area-see said interlining pieces in the flat or turned-up I position of the collar having their adjacent longitudinal edges substantially in contact with one another and said edges stitched to said under collar only. 6
2, A coat "or similar garment comprising a collar of the type adapted to be folded and creased along an intermediate longitudinal line to provide an inner -and an outer collar section, the collar being made up of a top collar and an under collar superimposed one on the other, and a pair of interlining pieces in the collar, one in said outer and the other in said inner section and between the top collarand under collar thereof, said interlining pieces in the flat or 15 turned-up position of the collar having their adjacent longitudinal edges substantially in contact with oneanother and secured to said under collar only.
3. A coat or similar garment comprising a collar of the type adapted to be'folded and creased along an intermediate longitudinal line to provide an inner and an outer collar section, the collarbeing made up of a top collar and an under collar superimposed one on the other, and a pair of interlining pieces in the collar, one in said outer and the other in said innersection and-between the top collar and under collar thereof, said interlining pieces in the flat or turned-up position of the collar having their 30;
adjacent longitudinal edges doubled and substantially in contact with one another and said edges stitched to said under 'collar only.
. JEROME GIUSEFFI.
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US3827084A (en) * 1973-07-09 1974-08-06 C Seta Undercollar construction and method for making same
US8726416B2 (en) * 2012-10-22 2014-05-20 Conrad Roblejo Lab coat article and method

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US3827084A (en) * 1973-07-09 1974-08-06 C Seta Undercollar construction and method for making same
US8726416B2 (en) * 2012-10-22 2014-05-20 Conrad Roblejo Lab coat article and method

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