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US2825162A
US2825162A US40464554A US2825162A US 2825162 A US2825162 A US 2825162A US 40464554 A US40464554 A US 40464554A US 2825162 A US2825162 A US 2825162A
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c. A. FLOOD STRING TAG ATTACHMENT DEVICE Filed Jan. '18, 1954 March 4, 1958 ji'weizi'ar Cari .fZ F7000 fami, (M/MW fife" .5:

2,825,162 STRING TAG ATTACHMENT DEVICE Carl A.-Flood, Framingham, Mass., assignor to Dennison Manufacturing'Company, Framingham, Mass, a corporation of Massachusetts Application January 18, 1954, Serial No. 404,645

4 Claims. (Cl. 40-20) This invention relates to fastening devices of the type comprising a string for attaching a tag to an article such as a garment or piece of fabric, the string having a bar on the end remote from the tag for interengagement with the fabric and the string joining the bar intermediate its ends to restrain the bar from pulling out of the article when the string is pulled back.

Objects of the invention are to provide fastening devices which are simple and economical to manufacture, which can be interconnected between tags and articles quickly and easily after the tags have been printed so as not to interfere with the printing operation, and which can be dispensed in convenient groups from which individual fasteners may be detached with facility.

According to the present invention a button is attached to the end of the string remote from the bar so that the tag may be secured to the article by inserting the bar through the article and tag opening. While the bar may be inserted through the article first and thence through the tag opening, leaving the button against the fabric, it is preferably inserted through the tag first and thence through the article, in which case the button should be larger than the tag opening. The string is preferably in the form of a loop with the free ends of the string anchored in the bar and the button disposed on the other end of the loop. While one end of a string may be anchored in the bar and the other end in the button, preferably the button comprises a piece of tough paper or other sheet material folded over the string, and in the preferred embodiment the button comprises an elongate piece of sheet material having both ends folded over the string and secured together and to the string, the overlapping ends having notches in their opposite sides to receive the two sides of the loop respectively.

For convenient dispensing the devices are grouped together in a row with the bars in parallel juxtaposition and a strip of material extending along the row, the strip being temporarily joined to each device of the group with adhesive which holds the group together but which permits the devices to be detached individually. While the strip may be secured to the bars it is preferably joined to the string of each device adjacent its bar.

For the purpose of illustration a typical embodiment of the invention is shown in the accompanying drawings in which Fig. l is a side elevation of a tag secured to a piece of fabric by the improved fastening device;

Fig. 2 is an isometric view showing the preferred manner of attaching the string ends to the bar;

Fig. 3 is a section of the end of a needle for use in inserting the bar through a piece of fabric;

Fig. 4 is a plan view of the preferred button construction;

Fig. 5 is a section on line 5-5 of Fig. 4;

Fig. 6 shows the preferred method of connecting a group of the devices together with a tape;

Fig. 7 is an end view of a group of devices thus secured tog ther; and

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Fig. 8 is an isometric view of a modified way of securing the devices together in a group.

The particular embodiment of the invention chosen for'the purpose of illustration comprises a string loop S havingits end anchored in a bar B formed of sheet metal, plastic or the like'tightly pinching the ends-of the string, the string ends entering the tubular bar near the 'niiddle'and'extending in opposite directions inside the bar. These bars maybe made small enough in diameter to pierce most fabrics but if desired they may be inserted by means of a pointed needle such as shown at N in Fig. 3, the'nee'dle having a longitudinal bore 1 to receive the bar and a slot 2 in one side of the'bore 'to accommodate the string. To insert the bar through a' piece offabric the bar is slippedin'to the needle from the forward end, the needle is then inserted through the fabric, the string is then grasped on the far side of the fabric and the needle is then pulled out, the bar sliding out of the needle.

As shown in Figs. 4 and S the button 0 preferably comprises an elongate piece of material, such as cardboard, fiberboard, plastic or the like, having its ends folded at 3 and 4 over the string loop, the ends preferably having notches 5 and 6 in their opposite sides to accommodate the opposite sides of the string loop respectively. The folded ends are secured together and to the central portion of the piece by cement or other suitable means.

For ready dispensing the devices may be secured together in groups by means of a mounting strip P of paper or the like which may be secured to the string loops adjacent the bars as shown in Figs. 6 and 7, or to the bars themselves as shown in Fig. 8, by means of adhesive of the type which permits the fasteners to be peeled away from the strip one by one for individual use. As indicated by the broken lines 7 in Fig. 6 the strip P may be marked at intervals to designate a predetermined number of devices between marks so that in selling the predetermined number it is merely necessary to sever the strip at a line 7 without counting the devices between adjacent lines. To facilitate the separation of the groups the strip may be perforated along the lines 7. Also the groups may be spaced apart to designate predetermined numbers and to facilitate separation of the groups.

In attaching a tag T to a piece of fabric F as shown in Fig. 1 the bar B is first inserted through the usual opening 8 in the tag and thence through the fabric. If the fabric is delicate or finely woven, a needle should be used as above described. After the bar is inserted through the fabric a pull on the tag causes the bar to seat flatwise against the fabric and the button to seat on the tag. When using a group of fasteners such as shown in Fig. 6 the bar of the end fastener to be used next may be inserted in the needle before the fastener is detached from the strip.

It should be understood that the present disclosure is for the purpose of illustration only and that this invention includes all modifications and equivalents which fall within the scope of the appended claims.

I claim:

1. For attaching a tag to an article, an elongate piece of sheet material having a back portion folded behind a front portion, a part of the back portion having a width less than that of the front portion, and a string loop extending between the front portion and said part, the two portions being cemented together to hold the string therebetween, whereby the front portion may be imperforate throughout its entire area.

2. For attaching a tag to an article, an elongate piece of sheet material having a back portion folded behind a front portion, the back portion having notches in its opposite edges and a string loop extending through said notches and between the two portions, the two portions being cemented together to hold the string therebetween',

gunmen whereby the front portion may be imperforate throughout 1 its entire area.

3. For attaching a tag to an article, an elongate piece of sheet material having one ,end portion folded over,

the backof its middle portion and the other end portion folded over the first end portion, parts of the overlapping portions having widths less than that of the middle portion, and a string loop extending between the middle portion and said parts, whereby said middle portion may be imperforate throughout its entire area.

4. For attaching a tag to an article, an elongate piece of sheet material having one end portion folded over the back of its middle portion and the other end portion folded over the first end portion, the overlapping parts of said end portions having two pairs of notches, the notches of each pair registering with each other, and a string loop extending through the notches and between the middle portion and the overlapping portions, whereby said middle portion may be imperforate throughout its entire area.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS Ralph Dec. 6, 1892 Rand May 30, 1916 Howell Mar, 6, 1917 Shands Nov, 5, 1918 Chandler Jan. 29, 1924 Behrrnan June 14, 1927 Gaus Aug. 15, 1933 Amsden Mar. 29, 1938 Flood Sept. 27, 1938 Lane Aug. 22, 1939 Brady Jan. .13, 1948 Spaulding Feb. 23, 1954

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