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Publication numberUS1610309 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 14, 1926
Filing dateJan 4, 1926
Priority dateJan 4, 1926
Publication numberUS 1610309 A, US 1610309A, US-A-1610309, US1610309 A, US1610309A
InventorsOtto Niederer
Original AssigneeOtto Niederer
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Button
US 1610309 A
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Dec. 14, 1926i 1,610,309

o. NIEDERER BU'ITTON Filed Jan. 4. 1926 Patented Eco.

V 7 that the material of the button has inco'r- And it is proposed,ofcourse, I 7

this material be used throughout the gar- I :OTTO NIEDEREB, 0E TITUSVILLE, JERSEY.

BnT'ron.

Application filed January 4,-1926. Serial No. 79,111.

The present invention relates to improvements in buttons, of the type used on garments, and consists in the combinations and arrangements hereinafter described and particularly set forth in the accompanying claim.

duce a button of the kindespeciallyadapted v for use on nether garmentsthat are subjected ess of laundering; to the end that said buttons may safely pass through the rollers of the wringer without breaking the; buttons or injuring the material of the rollers.

Another characteristic of the invention is porated thereina heat resistant substance so that there will be dent to the usual-heat to which such buttons 'as herein disclosed is not. 7 i tails of construction shown and described as these may be varied'widely without, departno deterrent elfect inci by way of illusaccompanying drawing,

detail, and wherein like reference characters designate corresponding parts inthe diflerent views shown, & indicates the button of ordinary size-that is attached by sewing, or the garment otherwise, to the fabrio'5. of

that buttons of ments in lieu of theordinary buttons now f employed.

The annularj liiarginal portion ",6 of the button, is of graduallytapering; form, as

shown. and theentire top or exposed snrr and pass between to the action of wringer rollers in the proc-' Figure 1 is a top plan view of the button;

Referring to the construction in further face has a smooth and unbroken finish sothat the entire button body may easily enter the rollers "of the wringer'; without injury toceither the button or the wringer.

, V v v ,7 V A shank-like portion 7 I is formed integral v The purpose of the invention is to pro-V with the button body and is relatively short 7 for obvious reasons. Suitableapertures 8 are formed for the stitches 9 'as shown.

of rubber and asbestos are approximately seventy-five percent and twentyfive respectively. T

-percent i (25%) by volume I gIt is to be understood that the invention limited to the deing from the spirit of'the' invention as" de and heat resisting material having a C011".

ex top with a smooth unbroken finish,sa'idi top gradually tapering down to a relatively thin marginal edge, the bottom being flat and provided with a surface, substantially as set forth.

Suitable proportions wide, shallow, flat faced hub, through running aperturesbei'ng pro? vided near the center of-the button, said. aperturesbeing cross-connected to house suitj able. fastening means below the convex top In witness whereof, I have hereunto set i my hand at Washington, D. (1., this twentydred and twenty five. I i ,oTTo NIEDERER.

. third day ofDecember, A. D. nineteen hun- V

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Classifications
U.S. Classification24/114.1, 24/114.7, 63/26
International ClassificationA44B1/20, A44B1/00
Cooperative ClassificationA44B1/20
European ClassificationA44B1/20