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Publication numberUS1626433 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 26, 1927
Filing dateJun 8, 1925
Priority dateJun 8, 1925
Publication numberUS 1626433 A, US 1626433A, US-A-1626433, US1626433 A, US1626433A
InventorsSiner Raymond K
Original AssigneeNorth American Lace Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
US 1626433 A
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u 1 56265433 April 26' 1927' I R. K. slNER HEADB'AND Filed June8. 1925 Patented Apr. 192'7.



My invention relates to certain improvenients in head bands, or bandeaux, for keeping the hair in place.

The objectof the invention is to siinplify the construction of a head ba11d or bandeaux, which is made from a strip of eiastic ribbon.

In the accompanying dra-wings:

i Fig. 1 is a face View of the iinproved head band; w Fig. 2 is a rear view;

Fig. 3 is a view of the biank froin which the head'band is made; and

Figs. 4, 5, 6 and 7 are views showing the different Steps in the inanufactureof the head band. f J

Referring' to the drawings, 1 is a. strip of ehxstio fabric, which is cut to the proper iength. The strip is then Vfoid'ed 1ongitudi nally. as shown in F .hand is out on the 29 .diagonal line 2 so that.v when the strip is opened, as in 5, it has a V-shaped incision at each end.

Then the fabric is folded, as in Fig. 4, the diagonaledges are secnred together by over seam stitches 3, asin Fig. 6, and, When 3 K Lu EENNSYLVANIA, A CORI'OB'A- HEAIJBAND. i

Application filed .Tune 8, 1925.

Serial NO. 35,627.

the fabric is opened, as in Fig. 7,,the ends of the head band are Curved and terininate in a point 5.V i i Snap fastenings 6 and 7 are attached to the head band. The fastening 6 is secnred 30 on the outer face of the band, as in Fig. 1,

and the snap 7 is secured to the opposte face of the band, as ilhistrated in Fig'. 2, so that- When the band is Worn-the ends are seeured together by the two snaps. 'I

By constructing a head band in the man? ner hereinbefore described, there is a single ply of fabric throughout the entire'length of the band, which gives it a neat appearance.

I claim: i

As a new article of manufacture, a head band made of elast-ie fabric, having a V- shapedrincision at each end, the two edges opening` at the incision being stitched together so as to form a single ply; a fasteningr device at each end of the band for lsecnring` the ends together when said band RAYMOND K. SINER.

'is used.

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U.S. Classification132/273, D02/894, 2/174
International ClassificationA45D8/00, A45D8/36
Cooperative ClassificationA45D8/36
European ClassificationA45D8/36