Dress Clips and Clip-pins
Construction and Patents



Some patents for Dress Clip Mechanisms and Clip-pin Backs:
1798867 -- March 31, 1931 by Gaston Candas of Paris France  -- Courtesy Robin Deutsch.
1801128 -- April 14, 1931 by A.E. Waller
1852188 -- April 5, 1932 by E.A. Phinney for Geo. H. Fuller & Son, Pawtucket, RI
2119178 -- June 16, 1936 by R. Polcini
2050804 -- August 11, 1936 by A. Philippe for Trifari
2119178 -- May 31, 1938 by Oreste Pennino --   Courtesy Robin Deutsch.
2143538 -- Jan 10, 1939 Marcel Boucher (he worked for Mazer until 1937, so Mazer owned the patent which was applied for in 1935)  -- Courtesy Robin Deutsch.
2145716 -- Jan. 1939 by John Fielding
2161668 -- June 1939 by John Fielding

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Dress Clips Construction & Patents


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US Pat. 1798867
March 31, 1931
by Gaston Candas, Paris France
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Candas Pat. 1798867
Pg. 2
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

1801128
April 14, 1931
by A.E. Waller
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

1892918
Jan. 3, 1933
by A.E. Waller
revision of his 1931 patent
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Pat.1878028
Gustavo Trifari
Courtesy Robin Deutsch
Sept. 1932

1852188
April 5, 1932
by E.A. Phinney for Geo. H. Fuller & Son, Pawtucket, RI
Courtesy Robin Deutsch



1894686 Jan 1933
by Oscar Heyman, a famous fine jewelry designer
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

1917325 July 1933
Oscar Placco for Coro
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

1937347 Nov.1933
Katz for Coro
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

1945268 Jan 1934
purse clip by John Fielding
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Double clip brooch based on
Fielding Pat. 1945268
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2032907 March 1936
Boucher for Mazer
Courtesy Robin Deutsch



2032908 March 1936
Boucher for Mazer
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2034128 March 1936
Boucher
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2034129 March 1936
Boucher
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2044225 June 1936
by R. Polcini
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2045385 June 1936
Double Clip
by Wilhelm Goetz
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2050804 August 1936
by A. Philippe for Trifari
Courtesy Robin Deutsch



Placco 2,059,276
for Coro 1936
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till

Clip-mate bracelet
2061479 Nov. 1936
by A. Philippe for Trifari
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2066969 Jan 1937
Safety catch by
F.E. Farnham
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Double Clip Brooch
based on Goetz Pat.2045385,
with safety catch based on
Pat. 2066969 by Farnham
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2072080 March 1937
M. Boucher
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Sheer 2,085,548
1937
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till



Adelsberger 2,085,723
Bracelet/clips 1937
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till

Placco 2,096,133
for Coro 1937

2119178 May 1938
by Oreste Pennino
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Pulver 2,128,319
Separable Brooch 1938
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till

2140262 Dec. 1938
Jules Hirsch for Du Jay
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2143538 Jan 1939
by Marcel Boucher (he worked for Mazer until 1937, so Mazer owned the patent which was applied for in 1935)
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2145716 Jan. 1939
by John Fielding
Courtesy Robin Deutsch



2153022 April 1939
Louis Mazer
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

2161668 June 1939
by John Fielding
Courtesy Robin Deutsch

Handmam 2,198,558
Clip/Brooch 1940
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till

Migliori 2,214,839 - 1940
Double/Single Clip/Pin
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till

Goetz 2,227,184
Clip/Brooch 1940 Weiner
Courtesy Mary Walden-Till


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