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Publication numberUS1638756 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 9, 1927
Filing dateJun 29, 1926
Priority dateJun 29, 1926
Publication numberUS 1638756 A, US 1638756A, US-A-1638756, US1638756 A, US1638756A
InventorsHulda Wallman
Original AssigneeHulda Wallman
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
US 1638756 A
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1,638,756 H. WALLMAN HEAD DRES 5 Aug. 9, 1927.

Filed June 29, 1926 la WITNESISES .15 4/1 16 J4 3 INVENTOR III- 1] 9 4 4 i6 4 Z ATTORNEYS Patented Aug. 9, 1927.



Application filed. June 29, 1926. Serial No. 119,503.

This invention relates tohead dress, and

has especial reference'to the type of head dress disclosed in a Patent No. 1,589,706, granted'to me. n 1 I g The principal object of the present invenbination with'the head dress.

The nature of the invention andits distinguishing features and advantageswill appear when the followmg specification is read in connection withthe accompanying drawing, in which- 4 V F1gure 1 1s a viewv of the head dress of the 0 presentmvention 1n use.

dress itself.

Fig. 3 is a detail sectional view, on an en la'rged scale, on the line 3 -3 of Fig. 2.

Fig. 4 is a perspectiveview of one'of the fastening elements. The head dress, generally stated, comprises two. parts and 11 and means 12 for ad justably holding theparts '10 and 11 to gether to vary the headsize thereof. Each of the parts 10 andll may be made of any suitable flexible material such as celluloid, and i may consist of one or more head encircling bands. In thepresent instance each part 11 f consists of a band 12 and a band13 which bear a diverging relationship and terminate in a single end portion 1 1. The end portions 14 of each of the parts 10 and 11 has a multiplex keyhole slot 15,- such slot'providing comparatively large circular portions 16 and restricted portions 17 joining the circular portion 16. Associated with each pair of the endportions 1 1 is asecuring element 18 having a head 19 at one -end,'-a comparatively large head 20 at the opposite end, a cross sectional rectangular portion 21 between the heads 19 and 20, anda manipulating portion 22 on the head, 20. The portioni21of-each' element 18 is disposed in. its related slots,

the head 19 being applied after theportion 21 is so disposed'to prevent the element 18 from being removed. The portion 21 of each of .head size, it is only necessary to. turn each Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the headcommodate a portion of the particular adornmentused'.

qtion. the elements 18 may be disposed in either of the registering circular portions 16 .of the slots to thus hold the parts '10 and 11 in the desired adjusted relationship to obtain the desired heads-ize. This arrangement allows a relative pivotal, movement of the parts 10 and 11. jWhen it is desired to vary the of the elements 18, by manipulating the portions 22 respectively, one-quarter of a turn, I which will permit the'elements 18 to be slid from registering circular portions 16 3 1; i

hold the hair with therd V siredeffecnthe band 12of .the part 10 h l ,inside thereof is provided with smafl combs pied to others. In order to 3 h h engage locks of the hair at opposit sidesof the head.- g

tional adornment such as feathers, flowers,

or any othergtheband 1210f the part :11 is V 8' I I provided with pairs of slits which ac From the foregoing it will be apparent that there has been described "ai-head dress which is particularly suitablekfor use by women and girls having bobbed hair for confeot, and in which provision is made for, ad- I. I justing the headencircling parts or bands of the head dress. i

1. A11 ornamental. head dress comprising j two head encircling bands,means adjustably and pivotally connecting said; bands to-- 2..An ornamental head dress comprising,

two head encircling bands, meansadjustably f if pivotally connecting said I: bands "together,

[said means consisting ofjheaded' elements each havinga crosssectionally rectangular port on whlch COELCtS"Wltl1' portions of over lappingends of said'bands, said portions be,- ing provided by virtueof multiplexkeyhole slots in each of the overlapping endsyeachi of said elementshavingamanipulating por In order tozpermit of the use, of an .addivfining folds of the hair with the-desired ef-.

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U.S. Classification132/273, 2/183, 2/209.3
International ClassificationA45D8/00, A45D8/36
Cooperative ClassificationA45D8/36
European ClassificationA45D8/36