Design for a necktie
US D15913 S
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. Patented Mar. 3, 1885.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE,
JAMES R. KEISER, OF BROOKLYN, NEW YOIR IL DESIGN FOR A NEGKTIE,
SPECIFICATION fonming part of Design No. 15,913,,dated March: 3, 1885.
AlpplinatinnlfilndiIDecemher12,1884. Term of patent 35 years,
To all witmw 236 may concern:
of New Yorlt, have invented and plOdllUGOd a,
new and: original Design for Neckties, of whiehi the following its a speeifieation.
In theaeeom mniying drawings, Figure I is a front View of a necktie embodying niy clesign. 2 is aside or edge view thereofi.
Similar letters of reference designateeorrespending partsin both figures;
A A designate two: wing-like portions or aprons, SllOWlll as extending obliquely, and one, A, crossing the other, A. Above these wing-like portions or aprons A A" isan n pwardly-extending portion, B.
G designates the hand of the necktie,
As shown, the upwardlw extending portion B extends ahovethe aprons A A, and curves upwardly fllllld rearwardly, or, inioit-herwords, is approximately in H110 form of a cylinder; It! has a: smooth: surface. The band 0 extends outwardly from tlllGClltlS of the portioni B.
In the wing-like portions or aprons A A are two curved plaits, a a, shown as enrvilng downwardly and then inwardly toward each other below the portion B.
What I claim as my design, and desire to: lsecure hy Letterszlatent, is
Thedesign for alnieoktie, consisting of the wing-like portions oraprons A A, hlavingthe enrved fUIdSlOT plaits a, (0, and thecylindrieal portioni B, extending upwardly ahove the aprons, substantially as described: and shown,
JAMES R KEISER. \Vitn esses:
T. J. KEANE, WM. G. Lirsnr.