Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Screen reader users: click this link for accessible mode. Accessible mode has the same essential features but works better with your reader.

Patents

  1. Advanced Patent Search
Publication numberUS1620643 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 15, 1927
Filing dateMay 3, 1926
Priority dateMay 3, 1926
Publication numberUS 1620643 A, US 1620643A, US-A-1620643, US1620643 A, US1620643A
InventorsHerman Gillian
Original AssigneeHerman Gillian
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Glove
US 1620643 A
Abstract  available in
Images(2)
Previous page
Next page
Claims  available in
Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

Mzirch 15 1927.

H. GILL-IAN GLOVE Filed May 1926 2 Sheets-Sheetl March 15 1927. ,6 0,643

H. GILLIAN GL VE Filed May 5, 1925 2 Sheets-SheetB 0 6 61%; Eff ILLVENIU ATTUKNEY Patented ar. 15, 192?. i

HERMAN'GILLIAN, or COLUMBUS, onto.

' GLOVE.

Application filed May 3,

gloves having F g. 1 is a front viewo an embodiment gauntlet type of work I of the invention in a glove;

Fig. 2 is a. side. elevation of the glove of I Fig. 1;

blank 2 is assembled wi a completely assembled unit.

F Fig- 3 is a back view of the glove, of i 1; Fig. 4 is a view of the blank front for the glove; said blank being provided in duplicate for "each glove, onebeing leather as the outer face, and the duplllifate thereof being cloth or fabric for the 'ng; I

Fig. 5 is a view of the blank for the fabric back. serving, as to the finger portions, for lining; 7

Fig. 6 1s a view of the blank for the thumb back as of leather; M

- Fig. 7 is a view of the first finger wear facing back, as of leather;

Fig. 8 is a view of the secondfinger wear facing back, as of leather;

Fig. 9 is'a view of the third finger wear facing back, as of leather; and

Fig. 10 is a view of the little finger wear facing back, as of leather. 1

Wear facing'finger backs '1, 2, are assem-.

bled at portions 3, 4,1? stitching 5. The

' t blank 6 as to portions 7, 8, by stitching 9. The blank 6 isassembled with blank 10 at rtions 11,- 12, by stitching 13. There is t unit of the finger back facings say of wear material or leather. This unit is then revided in the line of the finger bases 14, 15, 16, 17, with continuous overcast stitching 18. This wear facing back for the fin ers is now is unit is then connectediin the re 'on of the overcast 18, by stitching 19 with ger backblank 20. Glove'frontwear facing blank 21 is then placed in position over similar. form fabric linin sembied with the finger back facings glove back 20 by stitc the side of the index finger and continuous over and about 'the several fingers to the base of the little finger. In this assembly and ing 23 extendlng up of the glove which is done with the parts is assembly only 0 doubled us provided a- -W1Se require a retail 22. This front assembly is then as 1926. Serial N0. 106,263.

wrong side out, the stitching extending toward the wrist from the fin er back facing unit, assembled the front lining 22 of fabric as well as the front facin 21 with the glove back 20. However, in t e continuation of this stitching alon the finger'sides, there the front wear facing with the finger back wear facing. The tips of the fingers of the front lining 22 are assembled withthe tips of the fingers of the back 20 at finger tip portions 24. Ac? cordingly, the fabric lining of the front and back portions for the fingers is loose along the finger sides, by the seam 23 at the portions 24, in .whic

through four thicknesses of material.

In this glove, there is no occasion as here- 1n This is a material-factor of economy in gTove assembly. As a result of this mode of stitching, the output of the machine may be for a given time. The fabric structure of the glove back 20. The fabric ortion22 which is pre- 'tected by the wear acing 21, may be-of a much cheaper material and in fact without detractingfrom the l fe of the glove and its ultimate or total wearing qualities, there 5 may be a saving of 12 per dozen in the pee Y of say cantonflannel instead of canvas as the fabric 22.

While this disclosure of the glove is reiferredto in the matter of woven fabric, the analogous saving may be had in the knltted fabric or so-called jerse type of gloves. Accordingly, under the 'sclosure herein, the stitching assembly with the lining assembly in the c aracter of gloves which might otherprice of 75 per pair, with as adequate margin of profit under the disclosure herein, may he retailed for 50 per air. Besides the increased outputper mac ine in reducing the overhead, there is an economy in the sewing cost as to labor amounting to 25 per dozen herein over other gloveswhich might be constructed in glove herein disl as these are of separate elements, are of forms which-may be cut from culls from the glove fronts, and accordingly, this cost of roducin the finger backs is, as to materia insigni cant.

and is held only terminallg 70 disclosed, for any blind seam operation. 75

that-isfexposed is only the 80 What is claimed and it is desired to secure by United tates Letters Patent is A glove aving a one-piece wear facing front having integral palm and finger por- 5 tions a plurality of finger baclg wear facmgs termlnatin from the finger tips in the region of t e crutches for the fingers, a onepiece lining front having integral palm and finger portions, ahd a one-piece'lining back having integral hand back and finger porlo tions, a plurality of the finger back wear facings' being stitched together. to form a unit, said linings being stitched together at the tips of the fingers only.

In witness whereof I aflix-m signature. HERMAN ILLIAN.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2732559 *Apr 7, 1954Jan 31, 1956Sabin Company Glovessabin
US5504942 *Dec 30, 1993Apr 9, 1996Swany America CorporationGlove containing an improved finger portion
US5815839 *Nov 24, 1997Oct 6, 1998Safford; KennyFlexible wear-resistant glove
US7281275Oct 5, 2005Oct 16, 2007Robert BitzerGlove with improved comfort and method of making same
Classifications
U.S. Classification2/161.6, 2/169
International ClassificationA41D19/02
Cooperative ClassificationA41D19/02
European ClassificationA41D19/02