US 701639 A
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HAT GUARD. (Application filed 1m. 12, 1902.
No.70|,639. Patented Tune 3, I902.
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UNITED STATES" PATENT OFFICE.
AUGUST STAMM, on NEW YORK, N. Y.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 701,639, dated June 3, 1902.
Application filed March 12, 1902. Serial No. 97,920. (No model.)
To all whom it 1nctyooncerra:
Be it known that 1', AUGUST STAMM, a citizen of the United States, residingin NewYork,
borough of'Manhattan and State of New York,
vided with two openings and a V-shaped" clamping-hook.
In the accompanying-drawings, Figure 1 is a perspective View of a straw hat-with'my improved hat-guard applied thereto, showing the same in position whennot in use. Fig. 2 is a perspective View showing the hatguard in position ready for use. Fig. 3 is a side elevation of the hat-guard, showing the same applied to a hat and drawn on a larger scale. Fig. 4 is a horizontal section on line Y 4 4, Fig. 3, and Figs. 5 and 6 are respecthis purpose with two openings or eyes f, the cord being passed from the rear of the.
clamping device fthrough one of the openings f to the front, then through the other opening f to the rear, where the cord is tied into a knot d, so as to prevent its detaching from the clampingdevice f. The front end of the clamping device f is provided with a V-shaped hookf that serves for clamping shown inFigs.v 1, 3, and 4, the cord being for this purpose passed into the tapering recess of the V-shaped hook,which bites sufficiently into the cord to firmly retain the same in the clamping device.
For attaching the cord to the body of the hat the flat tapering pin e is placed on the other end of the cord from the clamping device f,the cord being pulled through the hole e in the body of the pin and tied into a knot 1 The pin is then pierced through the body of the hat near the brimuntil it has passed through the same, leaving the knot d to remain outside of the hat A; Then by pulling upon-the cord from without the hat the pin assumes a position in contact with the inside of the hat-body, as shown in Fig. 4. The .body of the, cord is then placed around the body of the hat, they-shaped ho'okf of the clamping device engaging the sheet metal and stamped into the form of a snake, as shown in Fig.1 5, which adds attractiveness to the hat-guard and forms a neat, convenient, and readily-applied device for preventing the hat from being carried away by the wind.
Having thus described my invention, I
claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patenty l. A hat-guard, consisting of a cord, a flat pointed pin attached to one end of said cord, and a clamping device attached to the opposite end of the cord and provided with a V- shaped hook for engaging with the cord, substantially as set forth.
2.'A hat-guard, consisting of cord of proper length, a flat pointed pin provided with an opening and attached to one end of my invention Ihave signed my name in presthe cord, and a clamping device provided ence of two subscribing witnesses. With two openings or eyes for attachment with the opposite end of the cord, said clamp- AUGUST STAMM' 5 ing device being provided with a V-shaped WVitnesses:
hook at one end, substantially as set forth. PAUL GOEPEL, In testimony that I claim the foregoing as O. BRADWAY.