Design for headwear
US D20441 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
ABRAHAM BRAHADI, ()li MONTREAL, CANADA.
DESIGN FOR HEADWEAR.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 20,441, dated January 6, 1891.
Application filed July 31, 1890. Serial No. 860,593. Term of patent 3% years. Registered in Canada July 29, 1889,1111. 919- To on whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, ABRAHAM BRAHADI, a subject of the Queen of Great Britain, and a resident of Montreal,in the Province of Quebee and Dominion of Canada, have invented and produced a new and original Design for Headwear, (for which I have secured a Design Patent in Canada under Reg. No. 5, fol. 919, on the 29th day of July, 1889,) of which the following is a specification, reference being made to the accompanying drawing, which represents a side elevation.
A is the crown of a cap, which has a top a very slightly convex in form, a back portion rearwardly inclined and of acompound curve or being concave near the top, as at b, and convex near the bottom, as at c, and a slight inwardly-curved front (1.
A poke B, having a rolled edge B, extends across the base of the front of the crown A, its shape presenting a gradual increase in depth from the ends to the front or center. Separate flaps, such as C, are on each side of the cap and extend from the ends of the poke B to the extreme back, the outline being taken from the front point of junction with the cap up in a straight line e, inclining slightly rearward and running into a semicircular curt e f, (which takes the top of the flap well up toward the top of the crown A,) and thence by a downward concave curve 9 to the rear, terminating at about the junction of curves 1) and c of the back portion of the crown.
What I claim is as follows:
A design for headwear, consisting of acrown having a slightlyconvex top, an inclined and compound curved rear portion, and an inwardly curved front, a poke with rolled edge and extending across the base of the front of the crown, its shape presenting a gradual increase in depth from the ends to the center, and flaps extending from the ends of the poke to the extreme back, their outline being from the front point of junction with the cap up in a straight line slightly inclining rearward, running into a semicircular curve, and thence by a downward concave curve to the rear, as described and shown.
A. LA BADIE, 0. WM. N. WANE.