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Publication numberUS1837654 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 22, 1931
Filing dateJan 27, 1931
Priority dateJan 27, 1931
Publication numberUS 1837654 A, US 1837654A, US-A-1837654, US1837654 A, US1837654A
InventorsRubin Cohen
Original AssigneeHaymon Krupp & Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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US 1837654 A
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Dec. 22, 1931.

R. COHEN GARMENT Filed Jan. 2'7, 1931 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 r .l n

ATTORNEYS Dec, 22, 1931.v R. COHEN l' 1,837,654

GARMENT Filed Jan. 27, 1931 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 9a, iNVENTOR Patented Dec. Y22, 1931 p UNrrEn srarss RUBIN COHEN, or nr.- rnso, TEXAS, assrerton To Samtron Kaur? a centran?,

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Gamm-infr y Application filed January 27, 1931. ,SIe-rial' No. 511,581

VThis invention relates to new and useful improvements in garments generally, although more particularly to a one-piece play suit or Coverall.

Among the several objects of the invention are to provide a one-piecev garment havingy for a single button and which eliminates the Well known drop seat heretofore employed having five or more buttons; and to provide such a garment having a back portion extending within and below the elastic back band and connected at its lower corners to the out-y side seams which unite the' front and backi portions of the garment, thereby holding the lower part of the back portion in snug position and yet permit of the same being properly expanded.

With these and other objects in view which will more fully appear, the nature of the invention will be more clearly understood by following the description, the appended claim, and the several views illustrated in the accompanying drawings.

ln the drawings Figure l is a front el-evation of a garment constructed in accordance with my invention,

Figure 2 is a rear elevation thereof,

Figure 3 is an enlarged rear elevation, parts being broken away to better disclose my invention,

Figure 4l is an enlarged sectional view taken on the line 4-4 of Figure 2, and

Figure 5 is a sectional view taken on the line 5 5 of Figure l.

Referring to the accompanying drawings,

my invention is directed to a coverall gar-p ment or the like, which includes a body portion A and a bifurcated portion B.

The body portion A comprises va front which includes front portions 5, 5, back `portionsgi6,i6 Whichpare connected ,center 'K 1 seam 7, and arms V8,; 8,1 the front andfbaclV being connected by outside'seams. 9,9.4 c y rllhe bifurcated portion B comprises ka front l which includes front portions lO,fl10,and baclnportions ll, ll'whichareconnectedby d a center seam 12,'the front" and Aback being connected by inside legr seams 13, 13, andgby outside leg seams 9a, 9a whichareconti'nu.- ations nof the outside seams 9, 9. r) The fronts of the body port-ion A and the.Y i bifurcated portion B are connected by an inelastic band lll, and the front portions 5, 5

and l0, l0 from the crotch `l5 to the neck Vsecured against movement relative tothe front of the garment by being stitched in the outside seams 9, 9. A single snap fastener C, or other sep- M arable means, constitutes the sole means for connecting the band 18 to the back of thel f i',

bodyportion, one part 20 of the fastener being attached to the band and the cooperating',l part 2l being secured to the back of the body portion on the center seam 7 thereof. Thus by means of the elastic back band and the single separable fastener, the lower portion of the back of the body portion is held in snug'position and permits of said portion being properly expanded.

rlhe lower part 22 of the back of the upperr portion A extends downwardly below the elastic band 18 so as to underlap the upper part of the back of the bifurcated portion B,

and the lower ends of said part 22 are free of the outside leg seams 9a, 9a. The lower corners of said part 22 are connected to the so f flo

Vscribed my name.

`front` of y the bifurcated portion by elastic webbings 23 23 which yfunction to normal- 1y retain said lower part 22 in pro er wear ing position and yet permit of sai part be-- coming bowed rearwardly when desired. Y

It is of course to be understood that the details ofV structure and arrangements of Y'Earts may be variously changed and modii ed without departing from theA spirit yandV In a one-'piece garment, the combination with a body portion and a bifurcated porer tion connected'together at the front, the back Y of the body'portion underlap'pingthe back of the bifurcated portion, elastic yconnections between the lower underlapping corners of the back of the body portion and the `front of the bifurcated portion, an elastic back i band extending` along` and secured to theupf per edge portion'of the back of the bifur-k cated portion and having its ends secured against movements relative tothe front of thek garment, and cooperatingseparable vfas-j Y tening means between the elastic band and the back of theV body portion. Y In testimony whereof, I have hereuntosub y Y RUBIN COHEN.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2849717 *May 10, 1956Sep 2, 1958Sol KlotzZipper drop seat garment
Classifications
U.S. Classification2/79, D02/743
International ClassificationA41D13/02
Cooperative ClassificationA41D13/02
European ClassificationA41D13/02