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Improvements in garment hangers. Edward Charles Rowland Jones, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, January 2, 1957: GB764722-A (2 worldwide citation)

764,722. Garment hangers. JONES, E. C. R., and STILLITZ, C. J. Feb. 21, 1955 [May 13, 1954], No. 14021/54. Addition to 663,007. Class 52 (5). The invention of the parent Specification is modified in that the downturned ends of the spring pressed rods 11 are replaced by separately formed depending el ...


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Improvements in or relating to garment hangers. Edward Charles Rowland Jones, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, November 22, 1961: GB882919-A (2 worldwide citation)

882,919. Garment hangers. JONES, E. C. R., and STILLITZ, C. J. March 8, 1960 [April 3, 1959], No. 11434/59. Class 52(5) A garment hanger comprises a frame 1 whose upper portion is constructed to enable a coat to be hung over it, movable members 8 depending from the frame and urged apart by spring pr ...


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An improved display stand. Edward Charles Rowland Jones, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, November 11, 1953: GB699593-A (1 worldwide citation)

699,593. Lay figures. JONES, E. C. R., and STILLITZ, C. J. Nov. 10, 1952 [Jan. 2, 1952], No. 124/52. Class 52(v) A stand for trousers comprises an upper waist part formed of a spring steel band 10 with its ends turned in to form curls 11, the excess of the waistband of the trousers passing between t ...


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Telescopic skirt hanger. Edward Charles Rowland Jones, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, December 12, 1951: GB663007-A (1 worldwide citation)

663,007. Garment hangers. JONES, E.C.R., and STILLITZ, C. J. July 21, 1949. No. 17543/49. Class 52 (v). A skirt hanger comprises a tube 10 provided with two plungers 11 which are a sliding fit in the tube. Rods 13 which are attached to the plungers and which pass through plugs 14 at the ends of the ...


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Improvements in and relating to display devices. Chaim Joseph Stillitz, Abraham Louis Stillitz, May 11, 1944: GB561260-A (1 worldwide citation)

561,260. Displaying. STILLITZ, C, J., and STILLITZ, A. L. March 5, 1943, No. 3653. [Class 52 (v)] A skirt &c. is suspended for display from a tongue 11 slit out of a stiff cardboard &c. base 10. The tongue is preferably about equal in width to the half of the waist measurement of the skirt, and the ...


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A garment hanger. Edward Charles Rowland Jones, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, October 15, 1952: GB680827-A

680,827. Garment hangers. JONES, E. C. R., and STILLITZ C. J. Dec. 28, 1950 [Dec. 30, 1949], No. 33335/49. Addition to 663,007. Class 52(v) The hanger of the parent Specification has bifurcated downturned ends 17 so that the device may be used for suspending trousers.


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Improvements in pleating machines. Abraham Louis Stillitz, Chaim Joseph Stillitz, July 1, 1940: GB522923-A

522,923. Pleating fabrics. STILLITZ, A. L., and STILLITZ, C. J. Dec. 21, 1938, No. 37154. [Class 141] The intermittently driven cylindrical rollers of a pleating machine are re-placed by conical or tapering rollers 1, 2, so that one side edge of the material is fed faster than the other to form plea ...