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Henry D Ostroll: Size marker assembly. J C Penney Company, Pennie & Edmonds, April 13, 1976: US03949914 (78 worldwide citation)

In combination, a clothing hanger having a hook portion; and a marker device which includes a marking surface adapted to carry identifiable indicia, and clasp means protruding from one side of the marking surface for detachable connection to the hook portion. The hook portion includes retaining mean ...


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Arlillian Irving: Clothes drying apparatus. Richards Harris Medlock & Andrews, July 28, 1987: US04682424 (74 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an apparatus for drying hanger mounted clothes, comprising a hanger rod mounted above a drip pan element, where said rod and drip pan assembly may be slidably removed from a drying cabinet so that wet clothing articles may be easily mounted on the hanger rod. In anot ...


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Ralph Stutzman: Clothing wear monitoring device. Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 12, 1989: US04886010 (34 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a garment wear monitor for recording the number of times an article of clothing is worn. The monitor is removably or permanently affixed to a clothing hanger, or is removably affixed to the garment directly. Each time the garment is worn the garment wear monitor is advanced by one ...


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Genaro E Quesada: Bag and clothing hanger with fence clasp. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, December 10, 1996: US05582377 (33 worldwide citation)

A device for hanging articles, such as clothing, athletic equipment, and equipment bags, from a chain link fence or the like, comprises an elongate body having a front side and a rear side. On the rear side is a spring-loaded fence-gripping clasp, dimensioned for releasably grasping the wires of the ...


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Robert A Klawieter, Robert A Bredeweg: Clothing hanger. Batts, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, April 26, 1988: US04739912 (19 worldwide citation)

A hanger is made with a molded plastic body and a metal hook. The body has a vertical hole to receive the shank of the hook. The lower end of the hole communicates with an opening or pocket in the hanger body. The shank of the hook is provided with a diametrically enlarged head, the end of which is ...


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Christine A Gallo, Bianca M Giglio: Clothing hanger clip. Plante Strauss & Vanderburgh, May 19, 1992: US05113554 (19 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a clip which is molded of plastic and which has a design particularly adapted to retain fabrics on the crossbar of a conventional clothes hanger. The clip has a C-shaped body having opposite, coincident legs dependent from a central bight section, an integrally formed prong depend ...


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Hayward Autry, Carole Autry: Adjustable clothes hanger. John D Gugliotta, Olen L York III, April 20, 2004: US06722538 (17 worldwide citation)

An adjustable clothing hanger is a clothes hanger that is adjustable in size. Each side of the hanger has an adjustment mechanism, thus allowing for a variable width. The adjustment mechanism consists of a series of spring loaded pushbuttons (or snap fasteners) on a smaller diameter tube that engage ...


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Carlette A Satterwhite: Clothing usage indicator. Wigman Cohen Leitner & Myers P C, October 15, 1996: US05564361 (13 worldwide citation)

A clothing usage indicator including indicia representative of the days of the month, the days of the week, and the months of the year, with associated indicators that are movable along the edges and along interior slots in the device for indicating a particular day of the month, a particular day of ...


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Max J Lugash: Steerable wheeled garment bag. Frederick E Mueller, June 21, 1977: US04030768 (13 worldwide citation)

A soft-walled garment bag has rigid means, e.g., a central, internal post or column, interconnecting its upper and lower ends. The lower end comprises a rigid platform borne on a tandem pair of wheels that are steerable by manipulation of the upper end of the structure, e.g., via a handle fixed to t ...


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Daryl A Nelson: Lock for coats and other sleeved garments. The Raymond Lee Organization, June 29, 1976: US03966100 (13 worldwide citation)

A clothing hanger member of conventional shape has symmetrical right and left sides, each with its own end. Reel means is attached to the left end of the member and reels flexible cable into the reel means when the cable is not under tension. The free end of the cable is fitted with lock means that ...



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