Design for a baby-carriage robe
US D25134 S
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H. P. BARLOW. BABYGARRIAGB ROBE.
w"I ESSES UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
DESiGN FOR A BABYHCARRIAGE ROBE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 25,134, dated February 4, 1896.
Application ld November 25, 1895. Serial No. 570,115. Term of patent 7 years.
To @ZZ whom may confer/ze:
Be it known that I, IlonEE I. LIAnLow, a citizen of the United Stai,es,residi1igat lVatertown, in the count-y of Litchfield and State of ionnectieut, have invented and produced a new and original Design for a Baby-Carriage Robe; and I do hereby declare the following t. be a full7 clear, and exact description of the invention, Snell as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the saine.
Referring to the accompanying drawings, Figure l is a plan view of my new design, and Fig. 2 a sectional elevation taken on the line a: tr of Fig. l.
The leading features of niy new and original design for baby-carriage robes are arobe which, when spread ou t, has the general shape of the skin oi' a four-legged animal and is bounded alon g the sides by generally concaveeonvex lines, While at the top of the robe the corners diverge and extend to present the appearance of a skin which has been removed from the hind legs of an animal, a false tail attached and projecting from the robe at a. point midway between said corners, the border and lining of the robe being of one piece of feltor other suitable material, and the semieircular slit in the body of the robe.
In the accompanying drawings, .l is the bod y of the robe, oi the general shape of the skin of a fonrdegged animal and bounded along the sides by concave-convex lines; l, the cor ners, which diverge and extend from the top of the robe to present the appearance of the skin removed from the hind legs of an animal; 2, the false tail, which projects from the robe midway between said corners; 3, the border and lining, and 4 the semieireular slit in the body of the robe.
When in use, the robe is placed in such manner in the carriage as to have the childs head and arms protrude through the slit 4, and in this position the flap, which is made by slitting the robe as above described, acts as a chest-protector for the child.
I claim- Tlie design for carriage-robes, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawings.
In testimony whereof I aiiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
IIOMER P. BARLOXV.
Witnesses EZEKIEL SARGENT SAMPSON, FREDERICK M. PEASLEY.