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W. VOGEL.
Pocket.
Patented Dec. 28,1880.
L MM mihd wa N.FETER5, PHOTO-UTHUGRAPMER, WKSHINGTON, D. C.
UNITED STATES PAT NT OFFICEO WILLIAM VOGEL, on NEW YORK, N. Y.
POCKET.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 235,919, dated December 28, 1880.
Application filed April 7, 1880.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, WILLIAM VOGEL, of New York, in the county and State of New York, have invented a new and Improved Pocket for Pantaloons, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to improvements in double pockets for pantaloons, and the object thereof is to arrange two pockets side by side, so that one can be entered from the top and the other from the side; and the invention consists in providing the pantaloons with a pocket having two compartments, made from three pieces of material, each compartment having a sepa te entrance, arranged so that one is under e waistband of the pantaloons and the other in line with the side seam.
In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 represents an outer face view of a portion of a pair of pantaloons, showing the entrance to the pockets. Fig. 2 represents an inside view of the same parts. Fig.3 is a vertical cross-section of Fig. 1, taken on line w w, and showing the pocket with its two compartments and one of the entrances. Fig. atrepresents a horizontal section of Fig. 1, taken on line 1 y, showing the pocket and the other entrance.
Referring to the drawings, A represents one side of the pantaloons. B represents the waistband. a represents the side seam. O represents the entrance to one pocket, which entrance is parallel to the side seam, a. D represents pocket-flap and entrance to the other pocket, which entrance is under the waistband B, and nearly parallel to it.
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The pocket E is, by a partition, d, divided into two portions or compartments, 1) c, which partition has its edges sewed to the main or outer pocket, thus forming, in reality, two separate pockets, b and 0. These two pockets may be of different sizes and shapes. The compartment or pocket 0 has its entrance at 0, next to and parallel to the side seam, to, of the pantaloons, while the compartment or pocket b has its entrance at D under the waistband, so that in case it is desired to use the pocket 0 alone it is entered at G but it it is desired to use pocket I) it is entered at D, thus enabling the wearer to use either entrance that he. may wish, or both.
I am aware that double pantaloons-pockets having the one a vertical entrance, the other a horizontal entrance, is not new; but such double pockets were heretofore always separately made of four thicknesses of fabric,whereas I use but three thicknesses, and yet have two separate entrances.
I claim- In pantaloons, the combination of the main pocket E with the central partition, (1, and forming two compartments or pockets, 1) 0, each of which has a separate entrance, the upright entrance 0 leading to the pocket c, and the other entrance, D, to the pocket I), substantially as described.
WILLIAM VOGEL.
Witnesses: 7 MICHAEL MCGRATH, ALBERT Oannozo, Jr.
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