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Publication numberUS1782000 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 18, 1930
Filing dateApr 2, 1929
Priority dateApr 2, 1929
Publication numberUS 1782000 A, US 1782000A, US-A-1782000, US1782000 A, US1782000A
InventorsCollins John N
Original AssigneeCollins John N
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Collar
US 1782000 A
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Nov. 18, 1930. J co Ns 1,782,000

COLLAR Filed April 2, 1929 INVENTOR 50M 11/; Comm/J- ATTORNEYE Patented Nov. 18, 1930 UNITED stares JOHN n'comi ns; or nosnnnnn; m

I 1 Gonna iii V Application filed April 2, 9a; s'eri'i'iio. 351,900.

My invention relates to acollar, and particularly to a collar with stiffening means at the front edges.

It is the principal object of the invention to provide a collar having improved stiffening'means along the front edges, arranged and embodied so as to be readily and cheaply manufactured, neat in appearanceand serviceable in use. a I V Other minor objects and features of the invention will appear as the specification pro ceeds. p r

' In the drawings, which show for illustrative purposes only, preferred forms of the in- Fig. 1 is a front view of a collar,-one-corner being turned up to illustrate features atthe rear of such corner; 7

Fig. 2 is a somewhat diagrammatic view of parts of a collar before being stitched;

Fig. 3 is a view of the parts shown in Fig. 2 and partially stitched together; 7

Fig. 1 is a sectionalview taken substantially in the plane of the line 44 of Fig. 3;

Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 4: but illustrating a slight modification.

The construction and features of invention may perhaps best be described in connection with a description of the preferred method of manufacture. I

In the drawings, 6 indicates 3.11'1111181 ply,

7 while 7 indicates an outer ply of a collar. These plies as is usual in collar manufacture are arranged with the wrong side of the goods outwardly. If desired, a ply of interlining 8 may be interposed between the plies 6'-7. Another ply which for convenience I term a pocket ply 9 is interposed between the plies 6-7. In the form shown the pocket ply is formedof one thickness of goods folded upon itself (with the right side of the goods outwardly) and with the edges lyingsubstantially along the edges of the front of the plies '67. The top edges of the pocket'ply may line 11 so as to leave a finished edge 10 at the top.

All of the plies'shown in Fig. 2 may then be folded inwardly as indicated by the dotted V art-112;] The .1 am also stit hed along the b'ottom' edge; The stitchedtogether collar construction is.v tlienfolded back so that'thef'. seam 12 will comeat the extreme, front edge ofthe co-llar and the fold of theply 9 will.

extend outwardlyas partially indicated at 13 in Fig. 3. The ply 9 is then folded back along- =thefrear s'ide fo'f the rear ply 6 and is then stitched to "the remaining plies as indicated at l lso as to leave a pocket l5'extending'well up toward the mp of the collar: asindicated more particularly at 16inFig. 1. The open" pocket 15 may thenr'e'ceive a sti ffening member such a celluloid strip 17: so that the front 7 corners oftliecolla r will be held straight and .65 willfn otcu'rl'up, The pocket ply is preferably madeofthe same goods as that oft-lie collar especially when colored or figured fabrics'ale empioyed; By'means 'of'my improved con struction: no additional seams are required To and'thelabor' andinaterial costs in the manufactu re of collar are only trivially in-' creasedfover the'cost of corresponding collars y' p' ov d pocket construction. i I

fIn that form of the inventionshown inFig. 5 substantially the same construction is em-.' ployed and-the method of manufacture is substantially the same as that heretofore described, except that instead of employing-a separate stiffener 17 which may be removed I employ one or more plies such as stifi interlining material as indicated at 18 and preferably enclosed within a double thickness ply 9, which by analogy may be termed a pocket ply. Theconstruction shown in Fig.

5 with a proper grade of stifi material will be substantially non-curling-and. a collar so made will be found to be satisfactory in use. While the invention has been described'in considerable detail anda preferred-form illustrated I do not wish to be strictly limited to theivarious details specifically disclosed, 7

since obviously some changes may be made within the scope of the invention as defined in the appendedclaims. Iclaimz; j V 1. A collar including an outer ply,ran inner ply, and'an inter-lining ply together i with a pocket ply'interposed between said'inner and outer plies and adjacent said inter- I pocket ply lining ply, all of said plies being stitched together by a common seam at the extreme edge of the collar, said pocket ply extending around the extreme outer edge of said inner ply and extending rearwardly thereof, and 7 all of said plies being stitched together by a common seam substantiallyparallel to said first mentioned seam and lying at the rear edge of said pocket ply.

12, A collar including outer and inner plies,

a pocket ply, one edge of said-pocket plybei ing interposed and held. between the inner and outer plies, a seam at the extreme edge 5 of said collar securing said plies together,

the exposed part of the pocket'ply' being turned back along the rear of the inner ply,

and aroW of stitches penetrating all of said I plies to hold the pocket ply in position at,

the rear of said inner ply. I

3. A collarincluding outer and inner plies,

a pocket ply, one edge of said pocket being interposed between the inner and outer ply adjacent their edges, the exposed part of the pocket ply being turned back along the un-;v derside of the inner ply,and a'row of stitches penetrating all of said plies in folded position to hold the pocket ply'closely adjacent the. underside of said inner ply.

4:. A collar including outer and inner being interposedbetween said innerandouter plies adjacent their edges, all of said plies being stitched together by a common seam at, the extreme edge of the collar, the exposed part ofsaid poc ket ply beingiturned back along the underside-of said inner ply, said PQcket ply and said inner ply being stitched together by a seam substantially parallel to said first mentioned seam so asto hold said closely adjacent the under side of said innerply. I

J OHN N. COLLINS.

. l l and a pocket ply, one edge of said'pocket ply

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US7111328Feb 13, 2003Sep 26, 2006Robison's Inc.Hybrid ventilated garment
US7284282Jun 29, 2005Oct 23, 2007Robison's Inc.Hybrid ventilated garment
US7966668Aug 15, 2006Jun 28, 2011Sullivans, Inc.Ventilated garment
US8001618Sep 21, 2007Aug 23, 2011Sullivans, Inc.Ventilated double-closure garment
US8336116Apr 28, 2008Dec 25, 2012Angela Jodie Gomes SeguinGarment closure system
Classifications
U.S. Classification2/132
International ClassificationA41B3/06, A41B3/00
Cooperative ClassificationA41B3/06
European ClassificationA41B3/06